Along with new start time, there are some other changes happening inside the classroom.
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From January to August, the U.S. Secret Service collected around $144,000 worth of counterfeit bills.
Now that school is back in session, law enforcement wants to remind drivers and pedestrians that it’s back to sharing the road.
Optometrists want people to understand the risks associated with viewing the eclipse.
Everyone plays a crucial role in getting kids to and from school safely.
More than 400 new teachers and staff will be at Northwest High today for New Staff Orientation.
Contract negotiations are open to the public. It begins at 8:30 a.m. today, at the new AMAC building.
It’s an annual event that aims to promote public safety and build community.
It is not required for parents who already paid their fees and enrolled online.
According to district leaders, there’s been an increase in disciplinary problems — specifically in the elementary schools.
For $3.50, deputies can get an entree, a salad, a drink and a dessert.
The public input meeting will be tonight from 5:30-7:30 p.m., and Friday from 7:30-9:30 am.
Participants will get hands-on exposure to driving a bus at “Try-It-Out” Days.
The closings are part of the Red Project that aims to improve the interchange between the two highways.
For one local business, there have been non-stop service calls to fix broken air conditioning systems.