Lexington will charge Buena Vista for the emergency calls it covers there if staffing shortages are not resolved by January. Lexington squads have responded to up to 25 calls in a month.
The division received $4 million in state funding and has until 2024 to spend it on pandemic recovery efforts, like extra tutoring programs and school counselors.
President Joe Biden urged Congress to step in and impose a previously discussed settlement between unions and rail companies involved in the dispute. Both houses of Congress have passed the bill and Biden will likely sign it soon.
Despite Lexington’s small community of Russian and Ukrainian speakers, a local organization is planning to host another Ukrainian refugee family after sponsoring two this summer.
Police in Madrid detonated a suspicious package sent to the U.S. Embassy after another package ignited Wednesday and injured a Ukrainian Embassy employee. Other packages were mailed to Spanish military installations and political figures.
Chinese citizens are uploading protest videos, which can be seen for sometimes just minutes before censors crack down. Internet users spread protest information using metaphors and puns to stay ahead of censors’ knowledge.
Each year, Lexington retailers often reach profitability for the year in between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The health of the downtown depends on retailer success during the holiday season.
The CFP reached the agreement after 18 months of debate. The Rose Bowl will likely remain on Jan. 1, but circumstances could change.
With other teams out of the running, Arabs stand behind Morocco as the team moves on to the knockout stage for the first time in decades.
Protestors fired up against Xi Jinping and China’s Zero-COVID policy are being detained and protest information is being scrubbed from Chinese social media. Parallel protests have taken place in Hong Kong and internationally.