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(The Center Square) – A bill that would expand access to and increase state funding for private school scholarship programs was approved Tuesday by the North Carolina Senate.
UW holds a 2-1 record all-time against Utah.
BOONE — An estimated 70,000 gallons of untreated wastewater were discharged to Laurel Fork Stream within the Watauga River Basin when the Cottages of Boone experienced a discharge of untreated domestic wastewater, according to a press release from a Charlotte-based law firm on May 3.
The departments of Agriculture and Human Services (DHS) discussed the Wolf Administration's efforts to support Pennsylvania's charitable food network and food assistance programs so that no Pennsylvanians are going hungry throughout the COVID-19 public health crisis, thanks to the disaster declarations issued by Governor Tom Wolf.
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos had escape routes in his AD suites at previous stops, just in case fans became heated.
(The Center Square) – A group of North Carolina parents took to the state Capitol on Wednesday to urge lawmakers to expand the state's private school scholarship program.
(The Center Square) – Republican lawmakers pushed back Wednesday after the White House unveiled a new $1.8 trillion spending plan that includes free college tuition provisions and up to 12 weeks of paid family leave.
The project, which carried an initial price tag of $155 million, was delayed by almost exactly a calendar year due to the coronavirus pandemic.