How Neighborhood Groups Are Trying to Provide a Pandemic Safety Net

Mutual aid groups are evolving into a long-term effort to help with food, clothing and counseling. “It’s about building the world we want to see,” one volunteer said. Press Release Distribution Service

Cuomo Faces More Calls for His Resignation as Crisis Deepens

Gov. Andrew Cuomo faced more calls for his resignation, and a Republican congressman and Trump backer, Lee Zeldin, said he was exploring a challenge to him next year. Press Release Distribution Service

Capitol Police warns of ‘possible plot to breach the Capitol’ March 4

The U.S. Capitol Police Department says it has learned of a “possible plot to breach the Capitol” by a militia group on March 4. In a statement issued March 3, the department said it has obtained intelligence about the potential plot which it said was apparently being planed by an “identified militia group.” The statement…

General details hourslong delay in getting Guard to Capitol

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Defense Department took more than three hours to dispatch the National Guard to the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol after a request for reinforcement from police, according to testimony Wednesday that added to the finger-pointing about the government response. Maj. Gen. William Walker, commanding general of the District of Columbia…

Northern Va. teacher resigns after video discussing Capitol riot

A Northern Virginia middle school teacher, who reportedly told students he was at the Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot, has resigned. Benjamin Plummer, a teacher and soccer coach at Fred Lynn Middle School, in Woodbridge, was placed on leave in mid-January. A video circulating on social media appeared to show Plummer discussing the Capitol…

Police: ‘Significant’ injuries to 2 workers after stairwell collapse in Cambridge garage

The two injured workers were conducting restoration work at the site. Top Featured Tags: – Massachusetts NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Boston’s Black soldiers monument returning after $3M restoration

The bronze relief at the center the Massachusetts 54th Regiment Memorial is expected to be hoisted back into place Wednesday on the Boston Common. Top Featured Tags: – Massachusetts NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Cornel West is in a fight with Harvard, again

The popular professor, who left Harvard in 2002 after a dispute with its president, says he may leave again if the university does not grant him tenure. Top Featured Tags: – Massachusetts NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Grace Hopper’s accomplishments forever changed the world of computer science

She was the first woman to receive the highly esteemed National Medal of Technology and Innovation Top Featured Tags: – Mississippi NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Attorneys say Joe Exotic of ‘Tiger King’ wants new trial

Joe Exotic of “Tiger King” fame has found new attorneys who say they plan to file a motion for a new trial in a matter of months. Top Featured Tags: – Mississippi NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Coworkers joked that they looked like sisters. A DNA test confirmed they really are

Cassandra and Julia used a DNA kit to confirm their relationship and to meet their biological family. Top Featured Tags: – Mississippi NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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Mega Millions winning numbers for Tuesday, March 2

The jackpot was an estimated $43 million with a cash option of $29.7 million.        Top Featured Tags: – New Jersey NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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Lawyers argue Grewal overstepped when trying to release names of disciplined police

Attorneys argued before the state Supreme Court that Attorney General Gurbir Grewal did not have power to make such a sweeping change.        Top Featured Tags: – New Jersey NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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Saturday Night Live cold open jabs New Jersey COVID vaccine for smokers

SNL ripped the vaccine rollout this weekend with an opening skit that poked fun at the array of confusing guidelines and took a jab at New Jersey.        Top Featured Tags: – New Jersey NewsPress Release Distribution Service

COVID UPDATE: Tuesday, March 2, Active Washakie County Cases: 3, State Cases: 336

As of Tuesday, March 2, the number of laboratory-confirmed coronavirus cases seen since the disease was first diagnosed in the state in mid-March stood at 46,190, an increase of 43 cases over yesterday’s 46,147. There was also an additional 8,337 probable cases. The number of active coronavirus cases in the state was 336 down 47…

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PUBLIC NOTICE: City Council Feb. 16 minutes

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Lawmakers are considering two health care reforms. Here are the proposals.

Connecticut lawmakers and the governor’s office have each proposed health care plans aimed at driving down costs and improving access. Top Featured Tags: – Connecticut NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Manchester PD: ‘Armed and dangerous’ gunman at large after weekend shooting

Police said Corey Jenkins was the gunman in a shooting on Maple Street early Sunday morning. Top Featured Tags: – Connecticut NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Feds: Hartford fentanyl dealer gets more than 5 years in jail

A Hartford man was sentenced to five and a half years in prison after he sold drugs while on federal supervised release, officials said. Top Featured Tags: – Connecticut NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Food plant workers eligible for shots

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday extended eligibility for the coronavirus vaccines to workers at poultry plants and other food manufacturing sites — expanding the population of those now allowed to receive the shots by about 49,000 people. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

School again held virtually after shooting

Watson Chapel Junior High School in Pine Bluff will conduct classes virtually for the second day in a row today in the aftermath of the campus shooting Monday that left a ninth-grade student seriously wounded. Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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