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  • Four candidates vie for three open District 68 seats

    It's not often when Skokie School District 68 voters have to wait until election day to find out who will serve on the next School Board. But next month's spring election is a rarity in the district, a contested race with four candidates including...
  • Longtime York supervisor won't seek re-election

    York County Board of Supervisor Donald Wiggins announced this week that he won't seek another term in office. "I have served for a long time and now I got most of the things that I ran for finished," Wiggins said. "And I guess it is time for somebody...
  • Verdugo Views: Helping a Sister City relationship flower

    Verdugo Views: Helping a Sister City relationship flower
    Back in the days when Carroll W. Parcher was editor and publisher of the Glendale News-Press, he wrote a column, “In My Opinion,” supporting local causes and expressing his thoughts on life in this city. In the mid-1960s, he devoted several...
  • Letter: Mark Albers for trustee

    The Action Party needs some new DNA in the mix of Morton Grove politics. Mark Albers, a village leader, who has served on the Golf School PTA, as president of St. Martha Parish Council, as past president of the Morton Grove Public Library, and currently...
  • State may pay school districts to require uniforms

    Skinny jeans and graphic T-shirts. Or collared shirts and khaki pants. For students in elementary or middle schools, fashion statements could be a thing of the past. The standard preppy look — polos and khakis — could become the new normal...
  • James S. Royer Jr., educator

    James S. Royer Jr., educator
    James S. Royer Jr., a retired Baltimore public school educator and passionate Orioles fan, died Monday at Lorien Mays Chapel of pneumonia. He was 90. The son of the Rev. James S. Royer Sr., a United Methodist minister, and Helen Royer, a church...
  • Students at one of Boynton's first schools to reunite

    Students at one of Boynton's first schools to reunite
    Boynton Beach will have a class reunion to remember at the city's Schoolhouse Children's Museum this weekend. The building that Schoolhouse Children's Museum sits in used to be one of Boynton Beach's first schools called The Boynton School, which opened...
  • Dolores Margaret BoysenJune 16, 1920 - February 23, 2015

    Dolores Margaret Boysen<br/>June 16, 1920 - February 23, 2015
    Dolores Parry Boysen, 94, a 60 years long resident of Burbank, CA passed away on February 23, 2015 in Burbank, California. The Rosary and Visitation were held Thursday, February 26th at 7 PM at St. Finbar Catholic Church in Burbank. The Funeral was...
  • 'Great Matriarch' advocated for education

    'Great Matriarch' advocated for education
    When Elizabeth Snelling Williams came to Fort Lauderdale in 1922, she and her husband Paul vowed to make education a priority with their 10 children. They both worked multiple jobs to enable all of them to graduate college. Long a community activist,...
  • School board candidate forum doesn't shy from heated topics

    School board candidate forum doesn't shy from heated topics
    During an election forum this week hosted by the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce, school board candidates were quizzed about their top priorities for Glendale Unified and were asked to answer questions specific to them. The event on Monday...
  • Challengers lead incumbents in campaign fundraising for school races

    Challengers in the Glendale Unified and Glendale Community College races have outpaced incumbents in the money race so far, according to an analysis of campaign financial data. In the race for two open seats on the Glendale Unified board, Kevin Cordova-...