A coalition of 22 donors has announced Press Forward, a national initiative to “strengthen communities and democracy” by supporting local news with $500 million over the next five years.
Janet Lynn for Zoning Board of Appeals
How does one find a new member for the Salisbury Zoning Board of Appeals? Who will be the correct fit? It is a challenging job. Members on this committee must be “up to date” on the various restrictions in a given area in town.
Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that spam email takes a huge toll on the environment?
—P.L., Bern, N.C.
100 years ago —
Messrs. Chaffee and Hickey report from the West that their horse is winning some great races.
The S.N.E. Telephone Co. has been installing new and additional cables in its underground conduits in this village to provide increased wire capacity.
A new Republican plan for making the executive branch of the federal government much more powerful has recently surfaced in a book length document, Project 25 by the ultraconservative Federalist Society.
The state’s proposed final decision issued last week denied Sharon Hospital’s request to close labor and delivery services at the hospital.
Henry Ford must be rolling over in his grave. His vision of making an automobile that would be accessible to all Americans was embraced by the car industry for decades. That era has come to an end.