JCPS committee proposes tax levy increase to address growth JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Jefferson City Public Schools long range planning committee met to discuss ways to address growth within the district Tuesday. In the fall of 2014, the committee gave five recommendations to the board of education. Those included ... 09/27/2016 - 6:37 pm | View Link
JCPS: Metal detectors not the answer to solve school security LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Local attorneys are calling on JCPS to install metal detectors at the entrance of all JCPS middle and high schools. School board members claim metal detectors are not the answer. The recommendation comes on the heels of several ... 09/27/2016 - 5:37 pm | View Link
Committee: JCPS should retain student 'exit' policy for its magnet schools LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- JCPS should retain the process it has used to "exit" students from its magnet schools but do more to emphasize student support, increase consistency and establish greater capacity, according to recommendations made to the school ... 09/27/2016 - 12:37 pm | View Link
Four attorneys ask JCPS to use metal detectors A group of four Louisville-area attorneys - including the attorney who has represented the teen who shot another student at Fern Creek High School - has written a letter asking Jefferson County Public Schools to add metal detectors at the entrances of its ... 09/27/2016 - 9:14 am | View Link
Lawyers Seek Increased Security At JCPS Schools LOUISVILLE, Ky. --Four Louisville attorneys send a letter to JCPS Superintendent Dr. Donna Hargens, on the danger of gun violence in schools. The letter says recent incidents of guns on school property, and the shooting of a Fern Creek High School student ... 09/27/2016 - 3:51 am | View Link
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Walk-ins continue at 60 JCPS schools on Wednesday Teachers, employees, students, parents and community members planned walk-ins at 60 JCPS schools on Wednesday - the largest group of schools to participate in the ... 05/4/2016 - 12:18 am | View Website
JCPS, Catholic schools to operate on 'Heightened Security ... All Jefferson County Public Schools will operate on "Heightened Security Alert" tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 8, because of a threat according to a message sent by JCPS ... 09/24/2016 - 3:33 am | View Website
This 20-year-old’s got a world-famous name — and no R-E-S-P-E-C-T. A Manhattan man named Denzel Washington took a plea deal Wednesday for strangling his mom — whose name is, wait for it, Aretha Franklin. The altercation happened inside the mom’s apartment in a doorman building on West 93rd Street, according to the Manhattan criminal complaint.
In a panel discussion on CNN’s AC360, surrogates for Republican candidate Donald Trump maintained that their candidate was not a fat-shamer and actually had a “pretty good record” when it comes to women. Trump surrogate Kayleigh McEnany tried to claim that because only two women ac
Mourners will gather Tuesday at a funeral Mass to honor David Kerry, a longtime co-owner of Traditions Italian Restaurant and the Kerrymen Pub in Saco.
Mr. Kerry died on Sept. 22 after a 20-year battle with cancer. He was 77.
He was remembered Thursday as a respected businessman and dedicated community leader who sought to make a difference in the world.
It was a busy day in city government Thursday, with the deadly Hoboken train crash affecting commuters, a City Hall hearing on a controversial nursing-home sale and questions swirling about the beating death of a 6-year-old boy in Harlem. And where was Mayor de Blasio? He was rushing to make a flight to Oklahoma for
The New Jersey commuter train that smashed into the Hoboken station Thursday wasn’t equipped with a GPS-based safety technology that could have prevented the disaster. The locomotive lacked positive train control, an automatic braking technology that can override train operators to stop or slow down trains that are traveling too fast.
PATH service will resume at the Hoboken station Thursday afternoon will full service up and running by the evening, said NJ Transit commissioner Richard Hammer. “The PATH portion of the terminal is fine, so passengers will be able to use that,” said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Additionally, transportation agencies and companies are adding extra