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VENTNOR, New Jersey (WPVI) — A water main break is causing some problems on Sunday evening down the shore. The Action Cam was on Wellington Avenue where a water main break has the road shut down in the area of Dorset Avenue. Crews are on the scene working to make repairs. The city issued this …

The possibility of COVID-19 forcing another widespread school shutdown worries Theresa Morris, as her seven-year-old returned to her Surrey, B.C., school only about a month ago. Last spring, Morris struggled to juggle her daughter Azel’s schooling, her newborn, George, and her own work from home. At the start of this school year, rising coronavirus cases in the Lower …

Bridgeport, Conn., officials say this is the intersection where a large water main break was reported Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. By Friday morning, road closures were still in effect in the area. Bridgeport, Conn., officials say this is the intersection where a large water main break was reported Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. By Friday morning, …

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned Tuesday that the world faces a “generational catastrophe” because so many schools have been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the largest disruption of education ever,” the U.N. chief said. One billion students were left without classrooms when schools were closed in …

If the number of border pass downloads is anything to go by, it would appear Queensland’s tourism businesses are in for a big boost when the border reopens at noon on Friday. Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski said almost 200,000 passes had already been downloaded, despite teething issues when the new border control measures came into …

CLOSE Friends and family gathered to wish Stanley Sepulbeda a happy 100th birthday from outside his window on Saturday, May 9 in Fort Collins. Fort Collins Coloradoan Masks are a hot topic these days, but not the type that are currently sitting behind the Museum of Art Fort Collins’ locked doors. For 16 years, the …

First came the coronavirus. Then came the school closures. Between those two milestone moments, educators scrambled to assess a critical piece of the distance-learning ecosystem — portable technology. The Clark County School District surveyed schools to determine how many deployable devices, such as Chromebooks or iPads, each school had as of March 6, which was one …

Universities scrambled over the past month to move classes online as the coronavirus pandemic forced campus closures. With social distancing likely to extend through the spring semester, chief information officers are taking stock of their actions, identifying quick solutions that could one day become permanent fixtures on a postcrisis campus. University of Washington “When we …

Jane Moorman, New Mexico State University Published 12:30 p.m. MT March 28, 2020 | Updated 4:01 p.m. MT March 28, 2020 CLOSE 4-H member John Turner participates in a “Technology and Design” project session during the COVID-19 closure of his school. Thirty youth participated in the initial video-conferencing sessions about the basics of creating digital …

By: Sophia Hernandez | WCTV Eyewitness NewsMarch 18, 2020 THOMASVILLE, Ga. (WCTV) — Thomas County Schools aren’t letting school closures hinder students learning. The district is providing Chromebooks to students who may not have the technology they need for online learning. There’s a buzz in Thomasville; on Monday, alone, more than 1,300 laptops were given …