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New program will help manufacturers with supply chain issues

Maryland is looking to shore up supply chain issues with a new initiative aimed at supporting resilience building activities for manufacturers in the state. Gov. Larry Hogan announced in a news release the Maryland... Read more »

The advantages of Online dating sites Outweigh the Cons

The biggest good thing about online dating is the fact it can be done via you can find out more all over the world. This means that you can meet people from... Read more »

Texas has the highest share of uninsured residents in the nation. Another COVID-19 wave puts them at risk.

So much of the last two years has felt surreal for the staff at Centro De Salud Familiar La Fe, a federally qualified health center in El Paso. Seemingly overnight, the women’s... Read more »

Our lakes are losing their ice cover faster than ever — here’s what that means for us

Every winter when Lake Suwa in Japan freezes, locals believe that the Shinto male god Takeminakata crosses the frozen lake with his dragon to visit the female god Yasakatome. He leaves only... Read more »

Governor releases regulations of emergency school masking mandate

Gov. John Carney officially extended the Delaware’s school mask mandate last month, and the state has released regulations pertaining to masking. In a news release, the governor announced that working in partnership with... Read more »

Colorado extends vaccine requirement for health care workers as industry employment wanes

Colorado public health officials extended the state’s vaccine requirements for health care workers on Wednesday as the number of employees in the sector wanes.  The State Board of Health first passed the emergency rule... Read more »

In smaller classes, my fourth graders are thriving. Will it last?

When I returned to my fourth grade classroom in Hell’s Kitchen after half a year of remote teaching, I expected every aspect of teaching to be harder. I thought that meeting the... Read more »

Prices in Denver up 6.4% through November

Prices in Colorado’s largest metro area are up 6.4% so far this year, according to an analysis of Consumer Price Index data. That’s slightly lower than the 6.8% average price increase on all... Read more »

How Denver schools prioritize social-emotional learning

The preschoolers in Natalie Soto-Mehle’s class have been talking about feelings lately. “I’ve got some little cards with pictures, and we’re going to do a game with these,” Soto-Mehle, a teacher at... Read more »

Another judge rules Tennessee public schools can continue mask mandates

Tennessee public schools may continue requiring masks for now, according to a Friday ruling by a federal judge in Nashville. The ruling effectively blocks the state’s recently-passed law that is meant to... Read more »