Jury acquits former Olympian equestrian rider in shooting
Apr. 14, 2022 05:38 PM EDT
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (AP) — A jury in New Jersey found a former Olympian equestrian competitor not guilty Thursday in the shooting of a woman at his training center...
Mental health support for kids preparing for summer camp
Jun. 22, 2021 02:26 PM EDT
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — As children get ready for summer camp, federal COVID-19 response funds are being used to offer mental health training for camp counselors....
Indiana rushes to spend virus relief aid on new jobs program
By Casey Smith And Tom Davies Jun. 14, 2021 12:14 PM EDT
Stores enlist shoppers to stop bad behavior against workers
By Anne D'innocenzio Jun. 07, 2021 09:00 AM EDT
Editorial Roundup: New York
By The Associated Press Jun. 02, 2021 02:54 PM EDT
Albany Times Union. June 2, 2021. Editorial: Stop the gunfire The gun violence Albany is experience this year is part...
Plan released for $440M in Idaho education rescue money
By Keith Ridler May. 24, 2021 06:18 PM EDT
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho education officials said Monday the state’s primary challenge in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic is helping students make up...
New Mexico summer programs for youth include new internships
By Cedar Attanasio May. 19, 2021 08:08 PM EDT
Teens with substance abuse disorder get $1M boost from state
May. 13, 2021 12:19 PM EDT
BOSTON (AP) — Three organizations across the state are sharing nearly $1 million in grants to help teenagers either struggling with or at risk of developing...
Mass. health boards overwhelmed, unready to protect workers
By Shannon Iriarte, Shwetha Surendran And Maggie Mulvihill/The Howard Center For Investigative Journalism May. 12, 2021 12:25 PM EDT
BOSTON (AP) — With federal regulators missing from the field and state leaders scrambling to manage the COVID-19 crisis, Massachusetts’ 351 overtaxed local...
New Mexico schools begin to spend $1.5 billion pandemic aid
By Cedar Attanasio Apr. 29, 2021 12:25 PM EDT
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico education officials have started to spend about $1.5 in pandemic relief aid set aside for them by the federal government. ...
Court order boosts funding plea as lawmakers build budget
By John O'connor Apr. 25, 2021 10:25 AM EDT
Accreditor to investigate Cobb schools over board complaints
By Jeff Amy Apr. 23, 2021 09:47 AM EDT
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's second-largest school district is being investigated by an accrediting body after the school board's minority members, all Democrats,...
Pandemic may lead to long-term changes in school calendar
By Pat Eaton-Robb And Susan Haigh Apr. 15, 2021 06:52 PM EDT
Connecticut officials say the impact of the pandemic on students and their families could lead to long-term changes in how the school day and school year look...
More Vermont courthouses ready to reopen for live trials
By The Associated Press Apr. 11, 2021 12:35 PM EDT
Eight Vermont courthouses are once again ready for jury trials. The Vermont Judiciary announced recently that the move comes after a year...
Olympic Gold: Men's gymnastics struggling to survive
By Will Graves Apr. 09, 2021 12:04 PM EDT
With new aid, schools seek solutions to problems new and old
By Collin Binkley Apr. 04, 2021 09:03 AM EDT
Editorial Roundup: Indiana
By The Associated Press Mar. 30, 2021 02:00 PM EDT
South Bend Tribune. March 28, 2021. Editorial: Indiana’s governor has advice, not an order, on masks. Will anyone listen? ...
Houghton Mifflin shedding consumer books for $349 million
Mar. 29, 2021 08:51 AM EDT
Editorial Roundup: Tennessee
By The Associated Press Mar. 24, 2021 02:35 PM EDT
Recent editorials from Tennessee newspapers: ___ March 20 Cookeville Herald-Citizen on the sale of...
School survey shows 'critical gaps' for in-person learning
By Collin Binkley Mar. 24, 2021 12:03 AM EDT