John Ross Ewing III John Ross Ewing III (often referred as J. R. Ewing III in some countries) is a fictional character from American prime time soap opera, Dallas and the 2012 ... 04/30/2016 - 9:30 pm | View Website
In the choice between paying private school tuitions or sending their kids to Polk County's public schools, many skilled employees in Lakeland are choosing instead to live in Hillsborough County, Lakeland Economic Development Council President Steve Scruggs said Tuesday. "High skill, high wage employees won't put their kids in our schools," he told commissioners, college presidents and city staff members during the first day of the city's annual strategic planning retreat.
Yale University has elected to get rid of the term "master" but the Ivy League school chose to keep in place the "master" who wielded the whip that built his fortune and led him straight into the White House. The school whose motto is "Light and Truth" apparently believes racism needs a symbol to be understood and sought a compromise to please its black students.
NEW HAVEN >> The listing on the city's website where Evelyn Rodriguez's name, photo, email, address and phone number should be listed is empty. Instead of the information like that provided for 29 of 30 city alders, there's a placeholder under the spot for Ward 4 alder that says "Vacant.
NEW HAVEN >> University of Yale's chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be disassociating from the national chapter, the organization formally announced Tuesday, according to a report by Yale Daily News.
NEW HAVEN >> The Greater New Haven Branch of the NAACP will hold the 99th annual Freedom Fund Dinner May 12 at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. According to a release, Susan L. Taylor, founder and CEO of the National CARES Mentoring Movement and editor-in-chief emeritus of