• LOCAL FOCUS – Out in Booktown

    Known for attracting readers from near and far, Featherston Booktown and its annual programme is coming out this year to embrace diversity in all its forms with its first pop-up art and book installation. With its pink and queer theme, the back of the town’s Anzac Hall has been renamed Gloria – the vision of […]

  • The importance of preserving local trails

    JOPLIN, Mo. — Ahead of "National Trails Day" on Saturday -- folks with the "Joplin Trails Coalition" are sharing the importance of preserving local paths. "I think it brings some health to your mind and brings a little peace, and some joy, and I think those are all really good reasons to come out and []

  • Partnership empowers local businesses of color

    A new partnership is creating additional support for businesses in communities of color in western Massachusetts.

  • Locals hopeful for quiet storm season

    On the eve of the start of storm season -- the National Hurricane Center is closely watching a cluster of disorganized storms in the Gulf of Mexico. There’s a 20% chance of development over the next seven days.

  • Local man accused of dealing meth

    A local man was arrested on felony drug charges Thursday as a result of a long-term investigation by the Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team. Continue reading at The Republic News.

  • Local Living: Incubus at the Township Auditorium

    There’s still time to get tickets for Incubus at the Township Auditorium on Wednesday.

    • WNYC

    June 2023 Schedule Changes for WNYC and NJPR

    Starting Monday, June 5, 2023, you’ll hear changes to WNYC’s broadcast schedules with some programs now airing on both WNYC-FM and WNYC-AM, and others moving to new time slots. We’re also pleased to announce the addition of a new program, NPR’s Throughline, to our Sunday evening line-up. Here’s what you can expect: Weekdays 9 a.m. – BBC’s Newshour will now be heard on WNYC-FM and WNYC-AM. Complimenting and expanding on the news programming of Morning Edition, BBC’s Newshour provides on the...

  • Local Vietnam veteran added to memorial wall

    Twelve Vietnam veterans from Indiana out of more than 500 veterans from across the country will be inducted into the Vietnam Memorial Fund’s In Memory program in 2023, including a Columbus native. Continue reading at The Republic News.

  • ‘Local control’ is a fancy term for big government

    “Local control” is not their principle, but NIMBYism is.

  • Local View: There has to be a better way to hold elections

    From the column: "Our current system is controlled by vast sums of money invested in the obnoxious marketing and defaming of candidates and beholding them to 'party lines' or high-contributing interest groups."

  • Local, fresh grocery store in Youngstown reopens

    A grocery store in Youngstown has officially reopened, a dream for the local owner.

    • WLNS

    Want a fire this summer? Check with your local governments

    LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - With the beautiful weather here in mid-Michigan, it's a perfect time to have a bonfire. But before you grab the lighter, you need to see if your city requires a burn permit or is under a burn ban. If you plan on heading up to the cabin this weekend, any city []