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Alona Matchenko is a law student, daughter and sister. Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 20, it has taken on a new title. “I felt like my DNA changed that day. I am not a militant by nature,” Matchenko said of February 20, the day Ukraine was attacked by Russia. Matchenko led a March 3 …

CINCINNATI — With many job openings right now, you’d think people would jump at these opportunities. But it has been a challenge for those who don’t have the resources or means to get the job they want. What do you want to know According to the City of Cincinnati’s 2021 Climate Equity Indicators Report, $15,000 …

About 3,500 people from across New England celebrated Tết in Boston on Sunday, marking the Vietnamese Lunar New Year and marking the start of the Year of the Tiger. Guests were entertained by local performing groups and served Vietnamese cuisine prepared by small businesses and restaurants while celebrating Vietnamese heritage, culture and unity. The Vietnamese …

LOUISVILLE, Colorado (CBS4)– Downtown Louisville was bustling on a Friday night. People flocked to the Creative Framing Art Gallery where owner Janet Russell had an idea. (credit: CBS) “We had to do something and just help our community. Really, my goal was just to get them out. But also to raise funds for the victims. …

Project initiator and artist Will Durkee shares the importance of a community-building art project after weathering a pandemic By CLARA FISCHER — [email protected] Davis might not be the first town that comes to mind when you think of art, but the humble town is full of local artists working on their own projects every day. …

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation has completed its investigation of the Greater Glenwood neighborhood. The survey was conducted between August and November 2021. YNDC Neighborhood Steward Patricia Stokes went door-to-door to over 780 households to speak to residents about their concerns, tastes and preferences. dislikes and their top priorities for improving …

Most have heard the common saying “whatever happens in the dark comes to light”. Insinuate an air of inevitability when it comes to truth. Well in the world of hip hop, often the truth lies in the shadows. And for a genre that was built on inner-city struggles, the light shines on the streets. The …

A declining population that predates the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a limited workforce that continues to impact hiring challenges for Guernsey County businesses as the new year begins. According to the 2020 US Census report, there are 38,438 people in Guernsey County, down slightly from a previous projection of 38,750 and down 4.1% from …

TL Photo/ROBERT A. DEFRANK Former St Clairville Councilor Frank Sabatino, centre, is honored for 24 years on the Cumberland Trail Fire District Board of Directors. The council also provided an update on the many challenges facing the fire district in the future. Pictured are Cumberland Trail Deputy Fire Chief Dan Grady, left to right, Chief …

Last week, the US Census Bureau released its “Population estimates for the new 2021 vintagefor the United States and surrounding territories. I’m always particularly interested in the net inland immigration numbers, which reveal whether people are coming to or leaving a state. These numbers are interesting because, taken together, net migration patterns likely reveal changing …

AUSTIN, Texas (KXAN) – After a 2021 ban on homeless camping went into effect, many people in Austin, TX drove off freeways and overpasses, but recent video shows some people are getting crafty. Video on social media showed a structure under a North Austin overpass near Braker Lane and the MoPac Freeway. It has wooden …

As the Omicron variant of the coronavirus grows exponentially and uncontrollably, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced a drastic change in their isolation and quarantine guidelines Monday afternoon, not in defense of the American people of this imminent catastrophe but to capitulate in a preventive manner. to that. Elementary school students on …

For years, the small suburb of Linndale, southwest of Cleveland, was known to most people for one thing: speeding tickets. The village’s 400 yards of Interstate 71 was a notorious speed trap – and remained so for decades, despite many efforts of the state legislature to prevent Linndale from taking advantage of freeway speeders. (These …

Jim Leedy was a painter, printmaker, sculptor, performance and mixed media artist, but he considered clay to be his preferred medium. “Clay has always been part of my life,” he said told writer Kara Rooney. “I grew up playing with it.” He added: “But from the start of my life I knew I was an …

VIENNA, West Virginia (WTAP) – Like almost every other city, Vienna has had to continue to grapple with the effects of the pandemic. But there were also good things in 2021. Among them, the addition of new businesses and the replacement of businesses that closed in 2020. This includes the opening of new stores in …

DYKER HEIGHTS, Brooklyn – It’s hard to believe there was a time when Brooklyn’s Dyker Heights neighborhood wasn’t crowded with dozens of homes adorned with elaborate Christmas decorations and dazzling light shows. Lucy Spata remembers those dark ages all too well. She and her husband, Angelo, moved here in 1986 and were disappointed with the …

1/3 Almost two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, after waves of cases and deaths, lockdowns, masks and the hope offered by vaccines, experts say the potential emergence of the Omicron variant is a mental health blow that many in the United States do not need. File photo by Terry Schmitt / UPI …

Bruce Miller scrolled through the messages on his cell phone, stopping on a short video sent to him by a relative. Video showed an incident in the first few days of the school year, with a boy curled up on the ground, trying to shield himself from another boy who repeatedly kicked him. “It is …

City Councilor Donna Amandus said Schulz’s comments were “racist” BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – A Fort Madison city councilor wants the city to support additional community policing as the city has recently seen more violent crime. At Tuesday night’s regular city council meeting, City Councilor Tom Schulz said he would like to work …