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Jeff Dingman, deputy city administrator for Fort Smith, takes ques- tions from the Board of Directors during Tuesday’s study session. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Saccente) - Photo by Thomas Saccente FORT SMITH -- The Fort Smith Board of Directors is considering a temporary drive-thru facility that would give residents...

I’ve always thought being a mail carrier would be a cool job - except when it comes to dealing with dogs.You definitely want your dog to provide security for your home, whether it’s merely to alert you to the presence of a stranger or to...

The Recreation Centers of Sun City West continues its series of online summer concerts with Ron Skelton presenting a Gordon Lightfoot tribute Tuesday, June 23. “For the safety of our community we will not be having our summer indoor concerts, however, we are going to be...

I didn’t want to leave the city.If the thought had entered my head in early March, I wasn’t aware of it. But CNN, The Times and NPR were in agreement: New York would be the next epicenter of the pandemic. Neighbors suddenly crowded the hallway...

“When most of the dogs see the groomers, they get as excited as can be,” said owner Netta Putzier. “Since [Gov....

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By Tyler Callister/Special to The Almanac As part of the city's efforts to revive the downtown area, the Menlo Park City Council unanimously approved a three-story building project on Santa Cruz Avenue at its Jan. 29 meeting. The 49,908-square-foot structure will be a mixed-use building split...

Federal authorities are investigating a cyberattack on the city of Pensacola, Florida, home to the naval air station where a Saudi flight student killed three sailors and wounded eight others on Friday. Mayor Grover Robinson on Monday said...

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[ad_1] Officials say municipal workers are soldiering on in the wake of the ransomware attack on Baltimore government computers, but the furrowed brows and workarounds were apparent everywhere at City Hall this week. As spokesman Lester Davis stood outside the office of Mayor Bernard C. “Jack”...