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A lot happens in Boston every day. To help you keep up, WBUR, Boston's NPR News station, pulled these stories together just for you. Science, technology, arts, politics, health, business, investigations, and so much more — it's all the local news you need, delivered by the best reporters in Massachusetts.
 
Having a few laughs - just so you will too. We dive into Craigslist, Nextdoor, Youtube, Reddit, and the internet to bring you the strange and current news. Featuring segments such as : Miss(ed) Connections, Rants & Faves, The Land Of Make Believe, Netflix & Kill, Noway Neighbor, and so much more.
 
Local Anaesthetic (LA) Podcast The Most Trusted Name In Local News is a podcast exploring strange and funny local stories from across the UK (and occasionally the world...) including listener submitted contributions. Listeners can submit stories via Facebook (Facebook.com/lapodcast), Twitter (@lapocast) or e-mail: (lapodcast.net@gmail.com).
 
Local NEWS Montezuma serves Dolores, Cortez, and Mancos, Colorado and is part of Local NEWS Network (LNN), a proprietary platform to produce and distribute local NEWS programming in small towns across the USA. Check us out online at www.montezumalocal.news or on one of our four digital displays around town and at the airport.
 
Durango, Colorado Local NEWS is part of Local NEWS Network (LNN), a unique platform to produce and distribute local NEWS programming in communities across the USA. Check us out on TV @ Durango Cable Channel 15 & Purgatory Cable Channel 3, online at www.durangolocal.news or on one of our 10 digital displays around town and at the airport. Anchor - Wendy Graham Settle, News Producer - Deborah Uroda, Editor - Alex Wilson, Executive Producer - Laurie Sigillito
 
Morning Edition & The Local News Hour with Leslie Thatcher NPR's national show Morning Edition is interspersed with Park City's only daily local news source, live every weekday morning from 6 to 8 AM. Whether recapping the previous night's School Board meeting, informing listeners on a recent development on a government project or a featured story on a piece of local color, veteran news anchor Leslie Thatcher delivers the news that makes Park City a community. The Local News Hour follows Mor ...
 
This is NEWS WEEKLY where we go over the weekly news every friday night, I hope you enjoy, some times we will have guests, but for now we have me, and thats what everyone needs, right? just me, me, me! also its not just local news or top head lines, it is also, gaming news, about new updates, and stuf like that!
 
National Local News in association with West New Jersey Turnpike public radio bring you "New News". Currently the number 1 rated podcast in the major suburban Trenton, NJ area, this monthly news update comes to you UNCENSORED in the most unbiased of formats, Podcast!Tune in for 100% unbiased, and raw Public Radio.
 
cleveland.com is your one stop shop for news, sports, entertainment, classifieds, and more in Northeast Ohio. cleveland.com, is the premier news and information website in the state of Ohio attracting more than 3 million unique users every month. It provides 24/7 news and information from many sources to inform, engage and entertain readers. cleveland.com features content like real-time news, sports, entertainment, lifestyles, politics and business news from Ohio’s largest newspaper, The Pla ...
 
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Katrina Blair, founder of Turtle Lake Refuge and organics parks advocate, tells us about the importance of using organic fertilizers in our public parks. She tells us about the Dandelion Festival, celebrating May 1st at Rotary Park. Filmed and Edited by Tucker Cocchiarella. Sponsored by FASTSIGNS and The Timbers at Edgemont Highlands.…
 
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa President John Johnson addresses stereotypes, racism and common misconceptions in this year’s State of the Tribes address Wisconsin receives $700 million less than initially expected in federal COVID relief funding Ironwood secures Michigan DNR grant to improve Norrie Park and the Montreal River Walk T…
 
Federal officials, this week, released the first guidance on how states can use billions of dollars from the latest round of coronavirus relief funds. The money is meant to keep state and local governments solvent as they deal with lagging tax revenues and greater demands on services. But Nevada's economy is recovering faster than previously expect…
 
On today's Local News Hour : (08:37) - Summit County Health Dept. Monthly Update with Health Dept. Director Rich Bullough. (28:56) - Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of this week's city council meeting. (42:31) - Chair of the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission, Thomas Cooke, recaps the Commission's recent meeting.…
 
As a few gas stations in our area see long lines of drivers and run out of fuel, Governor Northam declares a state of emergency after a pipeline shutdown restricts some of the supply… State health officials are waiting for a green light from the CDC before approving COVID vaccines for young teens… Virginia Republicans have selected their nominee fo…
 
In this episode of the Roundup: A new round of regional and rural infrastructure funding opening soon; Hepburn Shire appoints a Chief Executive Officer. An extraordinary vacancy filled on Wellington Shire; Seven Queensland mayors come together to advocate for government support;Plus the wash up from the English council elections and more from aroun…
 
A team of high school students volunteered to paint a mural to raise awareness about child abuse in Montezuma County and to encourage residents to report their suspicions if they believe a child is suffering from maltreatment. Sponsored by Farmers Insurance Michalak Agency and Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado…
 
The fair is back...the real South Florida Fair, as you typically know it in January. After the "mini" fair earlier this year, organizers are putting on the massive fair you're used to. Vicki tells us what to expect at the fair, which runs through May 23.1290 WJNO (WJNO-AM)
 
Is buying a gigantic squid statue a good use of covid relief money? Is your local brothel open for business? And is it really stealing if a bank just gives you the money? Find out TONIGHT on The Local News! If you want to be a friend of the show, you can contact us via email LocalNewsPodcast@gmail.com or Twitter @LocalNewsPod!…
 
This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I’m here with your update for Thursday, May 13th. Thursday will be cloudy, but the rain appears to be waiting at least a day to arrive. According to the National Weather Service it will grow increasingly cloudy Thursday in the Cedar Rapids area with a high near 66 degrees. The sky will …
 
What images come to mind when you hear about May Day celebrations? May Day baskets with flowers or treats left on someone’s doorstep? May Pole dancing, an ancient fertility ritual? Or Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” connecting May Day with Midsummer rituals? Perhaps a Stephen Foster song, “The Merry, Merry Month of May.” Then there’s, “M…
 
Under a new law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy, public water systems will have ten days to tell customers of any elevated lead levels in their tap water. That's a significantly shorter timeframe than current federal standards, which give water systems sixty days to notify consumers. The state law also directs landlords to pass the information on to the…
 
An annual DeKalb event that showcases local organizations will now mix business with pleasure. Virginia Filicetti is the marketing and events manager at the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce . She said past expos organized by the Chamber have allowed the community to connect with local businesses, but this year something else is tacked on. “So, if you are…
 
Low-income students who take free college courses in high school are more likely to go directly to college and stay enrolled than their peers, but few students in the state are taking that first step.WBUR
 
Transcript: KB: Welcome to the Failure Bites podcast, where we take the bite out of failure, one story at a time. I'm your host, Dr. Kristin Brynteson. It is an understatement to say that this past year has been difficult. It's been difficult for all of us, but it's been extremely difficult for our caregivers. The first responders, medical and ment…
 
Kelly Olson knows college campuses can be an overly-complex web of offices and services. She’s the assistant dean of students at Northern Illinois University, and says for students struggling with housing or food insecurity, it can be hard to know where to find help. A new bill advancing in the Illinois House would require higher-ed institutions li…
 
Notes: Monica Becker: www.linkedin.com/in/monicatbecker Transcript: KB: Welcome to the Failure Bites podcast, where we are taking the bite out of failure, one story at a time. I'm your host, Dr. Kristin Brynteson. Are you a risk-taker or do you like the comfort of your comfort zone? We've all heard that those who take the big risks receive the bigg…
 
Today is Wednesday, May 12, 2021. Here’s a look at the top headlines from around the Northland. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com.…
 
In order to boost low vaccination rates that persist in some communities around Boston, a group of volunteer doctors, nurses and medical students is borrowing "get out the vote" techniques from politics to bring the vaccine where the demand is.WBUR
 
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