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  • Agencies to explain Farm Bill

    Federal and state agencies will provide an information session from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Dec. 8 to explain the federal 2014 Farm Bill that passed Feb. 7. The session will be held at the Yorktown Library at 8500 George Washington Memorial Highway and...
  • Isle of Wight School Board sets priorities for next year's spending

    After two hours of departments pitching their projects and making their cases, the county's school board drew a road map for the school system's next budget at a work session Monday night. The board instructed staff to prioritize hiring in the...
  • Reader feedback Nov. 25: The Virginia Way, Medicaid and CNU sports

    The Virginia Way •Mary, Urbanna: I have been interested in the Daily Press series last week on ethics in Virginia politics and especially seeing how many politicians end up with plum jobs and even judgeships after serving time in the General...
  • Patriots' Revis Won't Look Back, His Focus Is Solely On Colts

    Patriots' Revis Won't Look Back, His Focus Is Solely On Colts
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady got poked in the eye last weekend against the Ravens and Thursday the Patriots' quarterback was able to joke about it. Darrelle Revis got poked in the ego last weekend against the Ravens and Thursday, well, let's...
  • Enfield Senior Center Will Reboot Technology With Hands-On Approach

    The Enfield Senior Center has plans to transform its computer learning center into a hands-on technology center this year. Using a $5,970 grant from the Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving, senior center Director Susan Lather said the funding will...
  • Eisenhower Library receives prestigious nomination

    Eisenhower Library receives prestigious nomination
    A prestigious nomination bestowed on the Eisenhower Public Library puts the library in the running for the nation’s highest honor in library service. Now in its sixth year since opening as a joint library shared by Harwood Heights and Norridge, the...
  • Briggs & Riley BRX Explore International Wide-Body a great carry-on

     Briggs & Riley BRX Explore International Wide-Body a great carry-on
    Name: Briggs & Riley BRX Explore International Wide-Body Upright (BU221XW) What it is: A 20-inch-long suitcase with a 15 1/2-inch-wide body designed to meet the stricter carry-on requirements of most international airlines. It has two zippered pockets...
  • $100 off Apple iPad Air 2

    $100 off Apple iPad Air 2
    Save $100 on an Apple iPad 2 16 GB for $399 from DigJungle.com on ebay. Surf, shop and read on the 9.7-inch brand new, silver tablet. It comes with a 90 day warranty so you can be confident in your purchase. iPad 2 has In-plane Switching (IPS)...
  • Haitian family finds hope here, five years after quake

    Haitian family finds hope here, five years after quake
    A second-grade girl ran out of Madison Elementary School in Skokie on Monday afternoon and into the freezing mess known as January. "Daddy!" she called. "Daddy!" Snow stretched along the sidewalks. Slush covered the streets. Her pink-and-purple down...
  • Orland School District 135 board election taking shape

    Orland School District 135 board election taking shape
    After the 2013 school board elections brought a major leadership shake-up to Orland School District 135, the April election will bring just four candidates vying for three open school board seats. Current school board President Joe La Margo and...
  • L.A. Unified's iPad program plagued by problems early, review says

    L.A. Unified's iPad program plagued by problems early, review says
    A $1.3-billion iPads-for-all program in Los Angeles schools was plagued by lack of resources and inadequate planning for how the devices would be used in classrooms and, later, how they would be evaluated, according to a federal review. The U.S....