Today many parents are seeking ways to keep their kids engaged and learning beyond the schoolwork remotely assigned by teachers.
Natural disasters are increasing in severity and frequency. However, studies show that advance planning can keep individuals healthier and safer and support faster recovery for communities.
The Clifton Economic Development Corporation is still considering it’s options for COVID-19 Emergency Low-interest loans for local business after their regular meeting this week.
New members of the City Council were sworn in last week by Mayor Richard Spitzer at Clifton’s City Hall. And special honors were paid to outgoing longtime Council member, J.W. (Jay) Thiele.
With extra time at home, it may be time to shorten the To Be Read (TBR) list. Meridian Public Library will partially reopen with curbside service starting May 5. Curbside service will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.