Families are gearing up for a summer filled with more activities than last while restrictions at summer camps, pools and museums continue. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Families are gearing up for a summer filled with more activities than last while restrictions at summer camps, pools and museums continue. Mother Nikki Stultz […]

CLOSE Construction is expected to start this summer and developers hope to open at Gilbert’s Crossroads Park around the end of the year. (Photo: zefart, Getty Images/iStockphoto) Outdoor go-karts and miniature golf are coming to Gilbert’s Crossroads Park, much to the displeasure of some nearby residents. Santan Adventure Park is moving […]

The Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department plans to reopen pools this summer in a phased approach. Mercer Pool currently is open to the public for reserved lap swim, water walking, and open swim. Both residents of Iowa City and non-residents can make reservations, which cost $4 per person, per […]

Q&A from P&R When the National Recreation and Parks Association awarded Asheville Parks & Recreation an $80,000 grant in May 2020, the original vision was to develop a community nutrition hub at the Stephens-Lee Recreation Center with the intent of improving community access to healthy foods, support services, educational programming, […]

Homer-Center school district leaders will take up an array of technology improvements needed because of the increased use of online services for virtual learning. “This would help us get our computer systems up to speed,” District Superintendent Curt Whitesel said. “Now that we’re doing a lot of synchronous and asynchronous […]

PORTLAND, Ore. (PORTLAND TRIBUNE) — As indoor spaces open gradually after Washington County was recently placed in the “moderate” category of risk regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries throughout Washington County are discussing plans of expanding services before an eventual full reopening at some point. While the latter isn’t expected to […]

Some libraries have started to offer limited indoor services, but planning varies between library operators. As indoor spaces open gradually after Washington County was recently placed in the “moderate” category of risk regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries throughout Washington County are discussing plans of expanding services before an eventual full […]

Share Tweet Share Share Share Email The last year in the European rental housing market has been something of a wild ride. Brexit has sent workers either scurrying into the U.K. for work, or out of the U.K. for work. Overall, the pandemic has frozen the typical relocation, vacation and […]

Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius revealed plans Wednesday to spend $1.3 billion on city schools next year, $36 million more than this year. Per pupil spending would rise to $23,500 from $22,000. Nearly half of the additional funds will pay for approximately 175 new social workers and family liaisons […]

rez-art / Getty Images/iStockphoto There’s no doubt that salary is an important part of anyone’s job. But these days, company benefits also play a big role in attracting — and retaining — job candidates. Most companies offer employee benefits such as health insurance and paid vacation. Many also offer 401(k) […]

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Life isn’t just about you anymore — with a little one in tow and another on the way, keeping yourself safe means ensuring the safety and well being of your entire family. But […]

It’s no secret that 2020 was one of the worst years to work in travel, with an estimated 100 million direct tourism jobs at risk worldwide, according to an August 2020 policy brief from the United Nations. But there’s one tourism job that has become more relevant than ever: the […]

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)—Friday marks the start of the New Year, and what better way to get 2021 going than by getting out and breathing in some fresh air. Many ski resorts are open with social distance plans in place, and let’s not forget the many walks and hikes across the […]