SAN DIEGO, CA — San Diego Unified School District campuses will remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic when the district resumes classes for the new school year, the district announced Monday. San Diego Unified and Los Angeles Unified school districts announced March 13 — four months ago — that […]

Kenneth Mayner  |  The Fayetteville Observer City of Fayetteville government offices will be closed New Year’s Day. Friday’s garbage and yard waste will be collected Wednesday. Friday’s recycling will be collected Jan. 2. The Fayetteville Police Department’s lobby, located at 467 Hay St., will be closed. Police reports can be […]

ST. PETERSBURG, FL — Martin Luther King Jr. Day falls on Mon., Jan. 18 this year, and a variety of services will be closed in St. Petersburg on the day. In addition to closures, the 35th annual MLK Jr. Dream Big Parade will be held virtually with guest speakers due […]

Southern California has never seen a Christmas like this. With COVID-19 infections rampant here and elsewhere in the state, far fewer families traveling and no room at any inn for nonessential vacationers (by governor’s order), millions of us will look to our own households, backyards, neighborhoods and parks to connect, […]

BETTENDORF, Iowa (KWQC) – City Hall in Bettendorf will be closed to the public starting on Thursday, Dec. 10. This is due to the increasing cases of COVID-19. City officials announced on Wednesday this will be closed until further notice. Public meetings, including City Council meetings and public hearings, will […]

MUNICH — Perhaps it’s the onset of winter, the shorter days and the longer evenings, but right now, watching theater at home, online, doesn’t seem quite as dreary or tiresome as it did during the spring lockdown. Back in March, theaters scrambled to put up as much of their recorded […]

In the midst of the pandemic, diamonds (at least newly mined ones) may have lost their luster. But in the studio of his New York apartment, John Hatleberg is betting it will soon be back. For months, he has been at work hunched over a gem-faceting machine, where he is […]

From Staff Reports, Las Cruces Sun-News Published 11:59 a.m. MT Nov. 15, 2020 CLOSE The city of Las Cruces announced that beginning Monday, Nov. 16, 2020, all city parks will be closed, including the skate park, shooting range, tennis and pickleball courts, and dog park (Photo: Courtesy: Las Cruces Police Department) […]

Here is a listing of what’s open and what’s closed on Veterans Day in the D.C. area. Veterans Day is a federal holiday meant to honor those who have served in the military. Since it’s a federal holiday, post offices are closed, and most banks will also be closed. You […]

Columbus Day, known in some communities as Indigenous Peoples Day, is a legal holiday in Massachusetts. That means offices and some government services are closed and other businesses have special hours. Canceled events Traditional Columbus Day weekend events are canceled for 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic: The Ashfield Fall […]

 Added on September 30, 2020  Richard Foss  newsletter A La Carte dining news column for 01 October 2020 Uncorked co-owner Jeff Bonafede with some of the Bordeaux wines for this week’s tasting. Photo by Richard Foss Life After Melange: The old Chez Melange was two restaurants under one roof, […]

Principal Ryan Stanley, left, welcomes second-grader Maeva Chappaz, with her mother, Amelie Chappaz, upon arrival for her first day of in-class instruction at Ocean Air School in the Del Mar Union School District. ( Bill Wechter / San Diego Union-Tribune) The Capistrano Unified School District is ready to go, preparing […]