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RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — A growing number of colleges and universities are adjusting their spring break plans in response to COVID-19. Several universities are still planning to give their students time off from classes but it won’t look like your typical spring break. How to stay safe: CDC guidelines for traveling during pandemic At VCU, …

COLONIE, N.Y. — The Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at Albany International Airport is now using new technology that confirms the validity of a traveler’s identification and confirms their flight information in near real time. “The technology enhances detection capabilities for identifying fraudulent documents such as driver’s licenses and passports at checkpoints and increases efficiency by …

A majority of Orcutt Union School District board members favor waiting until after winter break for students to return to campuses, acknowledging that the topic sparks strong emotions among teachers, students and parents. During a special study session Tuesday night, board members debated the various challenges and benefits of returning students to campus for some in-person learning amid the …

WINTERSVILLE — The Indian Creek Local School District has some new technical support to help keep operations running smoothly. George Vein has joined the district as informational technology director with Greg Hoit serving as tech support liaison. Both are new positions and the officials began their duties in August. They are doing their …

Courtesy-CEHS COLUMBUS, Ind. – The Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (BCSC) is feeding free breakfast and lunch to children 18 years of age and under during its fall break this week, Monday through Friday, October 5 -9. BCSC is an equal opportunity institution. Adult meals are also available for purchase at a price of $3.60 for …

KITCHENER — Pia Braza is using technology to draw up fan favourites from the big screen as well as locations in Waterloo Region. “I only got started three years ago,” she said. “I was an artist as a child but I took a 20-year break to raise my family.” She adds that she found her …

Ballots are now trickling into mailboxes statewide for the roughly 170,000 people who requested to vote absentee. While there’s been debate over Measure 3, which was taken off the ballot, and Measure 2, which is on the ballot, there hasn’t been much talk over Measure 1. Measure 1 was put on the ballot by the …

News Photo by Crystal Nelson John Lawrence, owner of Take 5 Deli, on Thursday puts a couple of sandwiches in a basket at the deli in downtown Alpena. Restaurant inspections are one of the services canceled during the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. ALPENA — District Health Department No. 4 staff …

The issue was reported by Batesville Police around 8:05 a.m. (Batesville, Ind.) – A water main break has been reported in Batesville.  Batesville Police reported the issue around 8:05 a.m. Motorists are asked to avoid Central Avenue between Mulberry and Park Avenue while crews work on water main break repairs.  …

Memorial Health Foundation has donated $100,000 to Washington State Community College to enhance the Education and Advancement to Registered Nurse program at the school. From left are Jennifer Carpenter, Hannah Blevins, Josiah Goldsberry, instructor Kathleen Kammerer and Whitney Dye. (Photo Provided) MARIETTA — Washington State Community College has received a grant …