With coronavirus cases spiking in dozens of states, the prospect of anything resembling a normal school year is fading fast. Schools can’t safely reopen if infections are exploding in the communities they serve. But in regions where the pandemic appears to be under control, it is most important to get […]

The road to unfunded mandates is paved with good intentions in the form of legislation. At least that’s my main take-away with one group of bills that the Legislature is now considering. In a nutshell, Assembly Bill 4843 and its Senate companion, S-3549, would require municipalities and nonprofit organizations that […]

After telling social media followers on Sunday that she had “said my piece” about claims she’s pretended to be Spanish despite hailing from Boston, HIliara Baldwin is giving her first interview about the controversy to the New York Times. Hilaria Baldwin (pictured with now-husband Alec Baldwin in 2012) is defending […]

Editor’s note: The Jersey Journal editorial board stands by its previous editorial and rebuts this letter in a new post. By George Solter A recent editorial in The Jersey Journal makes several blatantly false claims regarding our district’s pre-K program that I feel need to be addressed publicly. It would […]

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – Technology has helped election officials register voters and tabulate their ballots during election cycles. But in one case, technology has been a roadblock for people trying to vote in person. During Election Day, voters in the Arden-Arcade area were directed to the wrong polling place. Potentially […]

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel and an alpaca sharing the spotlight. Winners accepting at home in designer pajamas or maybe yoga pants. More than 100 chances for a balky internet connection to bring Sunday’s ceremony to a crashing halt. Come for the awards, stay for the suspense […]