Month: November 2018

AAP Encourages Safe Holiday Decorations

(U.S.) The American Academy of Pediatrics is asking parents and caregivers to consider a few tips when decorating for the holidays in areas there will be kids!

Meet Sydney, Newsymom Intern

Hi, my name is Sydney Young and I am a Kent State University student with a major in Business Management and a double Minor in International Business and Marketing.

Organization Offers Toy Safety Tips as Holiday Shopping Gets Underway

(U.S.) – Safe Kids Worldwide is asking holiday shoppers to be mindful of a few tips while buying toys for little ones.

Sex Offender Under Fake Identity Found Working at Library

(North Canton, Ohio) – The Stark County Sheriff’s Office is announcing the arrest of a registered sex offender after he was found to be employed at a local library.

Research Brings Attention to Teens’ Social Media Habits and Experiences

(U.S.) – A new study by Pew Research Center confirms many assumptions about social media use by teenagers.

Library Announces Temporary Closing Hours

(Dover, Ohio) – The Dover Public Library has announced temporary closing hours due to its building renovation.

Former School Guidance Counselor Charged with Theft

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – A former guidance counselor for Garaway Local Schools is facing a charge of theft in office.

Approximately $1.8 Million in School Safety Training Grant Funding Still Unclaimed

(Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is reminding school administrators that only a few days remain to claim Ohio school safety training grant funding.

Healthy Tip Tuesday – Kids and Colds

(Dennison, Ohio) – Doctors say many cold remedies can actually do more harm than good.

A little encouragement goes a long way

Please excuse how tired I look! I’m sleepy lol…

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