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  • Community meeting on drugs, alcohol, Internet and social media safety

    The Carrolltowne Elementary School PTA will host a community meeting on drugs, alcohol, and Internet and social media safety for parents at 7 p.m. May 18 at the school, 6542 Ridge Road, Eldersburg. Parents will have the opportunity to learn about these...
  • Community News for Manchester edition

    Students honored at the 2015 CAS/CIAC Scholar Athlete Awards MANCHESTER - Abigail Costa and Patrick Mockler, Manchester High School were recognized as the state's top scholar-athletes at the 2015 Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS)/ Connecticut...
  • Around South County: Butterflies come to life at Central Elementary

    Around South County: Butterflies come to life at Central Elementary
    Butterflies have long been symbols of life renewing itself, of the halcyon days of full spring and summer. At Central Elementary School in Edgewater, the kindergarten class of 90 students studies the life cycle of the butterfly as part of their...
  • Crescenta Valley PTA: Monte Vista to hold open house Thursday

    An open house and “Recorder” program will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, and a volunteer breakfast will be held at 7:30 a.m. on May 21. Contact the school’s office for more information about either of these events. Mountain Avenue...
  • Valley View board chooses its officers

    Valley View school board members re-elected Steve Quigley to serve as their president. He's been a board member since 2007, having been re-elected in April, and president since 2009. Quigley, former executive director of the Will County Governmental...
  • Glen Burnie West: Annual parade goes on rain or shine for 28th year

    The American Legion Post 40 color guard will lead the Glen Burnie Improvement Association's 28th Memorial Day Parade at 2 p.m. Sunday. The color guard will stop at the association's reviewing stand for the opening ceremony, which includes the post...
  • Mailbag: Too many letters in the Daily Pilot lean to the left

    I have given the Daily Pilot the benefit of the doubt when it comes to the selection of opinion pieces. But shame on me for thinking this newspaper, as an affilitate of the Los Angeles Times, might be neutral. The recent letters implying that Democrats...
  • Hampton Roads readers share Mom's best advice

    Happy Mother's Day to all of the moms, grandmothers, aunts and other mothers. We asked readers to tell us the best advice they've received from their moms or mother figures. You filled our email box with their sage advice on everything from dating and...
  • Irvine parents share concerns about pesticide use in schools

    Dozens of parents gathered for the Irvine Unified School District's board meeting Tuesday to express concern over the use of toxic pesticides on the district's campuses. Kathleen Hallal of the Irvine PTA discussed the harmful effects of pesticides and...
  • Rebecca Sue Palasits, volunteer

    Rebecca Sue Palasits, volunteer
    Rebecca Sue Palasits, an active community volunteer who served with the Peace Corps and taught school, died May 2 of breast cancer at her Columbia home. She was 59. The daughter of Willis Shaner, a retired Colorado State University professor, and...
  • Parents, board members speak out on teacher evaluations

    Parent groups and school board members urged New York's education policy makers Thursday to stop tying state aid to teacher evaluations. Forcing districts to adopt a new evaluation system under the threat of losing funding "causes unnecessary pressure to...