VIDEO: More than 100 ‘walk in’ for fair school funding at Pottstown High School
POTTSTOWN >> More than 100 students, teachers, parents and administrators gathered in front of Pottstown High School Wednesday morning to show support for fair school funding.
What It's Really Like to Cook on a Food Stamp Budget
In 2013, 49.1 million Americans lived in households struggling with hunger, a stark number which includes 15.8 million children and 4.8 million seniors
How to Put your Bike on the Bus
Thurston County Intercity Transit asked the SPSCC editing class to put together a step by step video on how to ride the bus with your Bike.
2019 Spring Honor Roll
The McNeese State University Honor Roll for the 2019 spring semester has been announced. The honor roll lists undergraduate students earning at least a 3.0 or B average while carrying 12 or more…
Rotten Tomatoes bans user reviews and comments before a film's theatrical release
Internet trolls will no longer be able to spam Rotten Tomatoes before a movie's release
How the ‘Stupid Party’ Created Donald Trump
Anti-intellectualism started as a Republican posture. It has ended with a dangerous ignoramus leading the party.
10 Things to Know About Raising Goats as Pets
Whether you want a standard-sized Nubian or miniature Nigerian dwarf goat, these animals are fun, but require lots of thought and care to be kept properly.
River Stewardship: Smith Helps Produce New Guide for Tackling Invasive Plants «
Meg Kirsch '17 (right) and Rebecca Tishler of Mount Holyoke College, help pull invasive plants last summer from the banks of the Mill River on Smith's campus Published April 21, 2016 Every summer for the past several years, Smith students interning with the Botanic Garden have spent countless hours pulling invasive plants from the banks of the mile-long stretch of the Mill River that meanders through campus Their efforts are part of the college’s long-term commitment to help keep the river free of invasive plant species. A new guide published by the Mill River Greenway Initiative aims to share invasive-plant management practices with interested river stewards. Making Room for Native Plants and Wildlife is a collaborative…
Six Utica schools students earn top scholastic arts honors
Six Utica Community Schools students were honored nationally for excellence in the visual arts, including one earning the competitions top award.
How To Tell Your Metals Apart
You know what metals are accepted for curbside recycling, but do you know how to tell aluminum apart from steel and tin? Here’s how to tell the difference.