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In a statement to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Ben Sheppard, Henrico’s director of public relations, said the locality will be establishing a verification process moving forward.  Since no official vaccine registration system exists as Virginia heads into phase two, which more than triples the number of people eligible for the vaccine, localities like Henrico have had …

SALISBURY – A Heritage Trailer Park resident was ordered held on $15,000 cash bail Wednesday following his arraignment in Newburyport District Court after police say he broke into a coin shop last month and stole thousands of dollars of merchandize. Larry R. Frost II, 40, of 194 Lafayette Road, Salisbury, was awaiting trial for an …

A new New York state law prohibits the use of biometric technology in New York state schools until the later of (i) July 1, 2022 or (ii) the Commissioner of Education completes a study and issues a report to facilitate the creation of a comprehensive statewide regulatory system governing the use of such technology. The …

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, Jan. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BOTS, Inc. (OTC: BTZI), an emerging innovator of products, technologies, and services for the rapidly growing digital robotic automation, blockchain technologies and manufacturing industry announced today that it has retained the services of the prestigious New York, USA and Swiss-based law firm of Henry Park …

ELKO – A Carlin man was sentenced up to two years in prison for burglarizing two homes six months ago. Jeffrey E. Morreira Jr., 26, pleaded guilty in Elko District Court to two counts of burglary, a category “B” felony, and one count of grand larceny, a category “C” felony, before Judge Al Kacin.   On …

“This second stimulus package comes as welcomed relief to many struggling Alabamans. Over 2.5 million of our citizens will soon be receiving direct assistance payments of $600 per person and also for every child. Disbursement of these funds are expected to begin as early as next week. In addition, individuals receiving unemployment benefits can expect …

Several law students are advocating for greater measures to ensure their mental health and well-being during the pandemic, including changing grading curves in recognition of the challenges of online learning. The University announced in early December it would only allow undergraduate students on the Twin Cities campus to switch to or from the pass/fail grading …

In the 1950s, Ohio began a process required by state law to close many of its psychiatric hospitals. For most people with a mental illness, deinstitutionalization has been successful. New medicines and extensive community outreach allow even the seriously mentally ill to live rich and fulfilling lives. However, one feature of untreated mental illness is …

The 12 establishments cited for violating the required 11 p.m. closing hour and allowing indoor drinking. They were Windjammer at 2393 Stern Drive, Cadillac Jack’s at 1507 S. Main St., Killarney’s at 523 N. Main St., Fat Jack’s at 511 N. Main St., Daddio’s at 527 N. Main St., Drifter’s at 612 N. Main St., …

Gregory Stearns, 20,is accused of first-degree motor vehicle theft among other charges. The Grand Junction Police Department was dispatched to High Desert Auto Sales on Thursday after the business had reportedly been broken into and four vehicles stolen out of the lot, according to the arrest affidavit. When officers arrived at the scene they saw …