Enlarge this image Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, far right, Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski and Maryland House Speaker Adrienne Jones stand next to a new historic marker on Saturday in Towson, Md., that memorializes Howard Cooper, a 15-year-old who was dragged from a jailhouse and hanged by a mob in 1885. Brian Witte/AP hide caption toggle caption Brian … [Read more...] about Maryland Governor Grants Posthumous Pardons To 34 Black Lynching Victims
Springdale • The small crowd cheered as local leaders smashed gold-tipped sledgehammers into the old wood door of a home on Zion Park Boulevard on Thursday.A former motel built with wood from Zion National Park will be rebuilt as the Springdale History Center, a museum dedicated to the legacy of the national park’s gateway town, the Spectrum newspaper reported.“What we’ve been … [Read more...] about Renovation begins on new history center near Zion
Enlarge this image Then-President Barack Obama pets the family dog Bo outside the Oval Office of the White House. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption toggle caption Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP In a string of heartfelt tweets on Saturday, former President Barack Obama announced the death of his family's beloved "first dog" Bo. "Today our family lost a true … [Read more...] about Obamas Mourn Death Of ‘True Friend,’ Beloved ‘First Dog’ Bo
St. George • The Washington County School District is no longer requiring students and staff to wear face coverings inside school campuses.The district’s board of education sent out an e-mail to faculty and staff Friday morning that stated: “It is our recommendation that masks should continue to be worn throughout WCSD schools, and we encourage all students to wear them.”When … [Read more...] about Washington County schools no longer require masks on campus
If there ever was a time to be a Utah Jazz fan, this may be it.No NBA team has turned more heads this season. The Jazz have boasted the best record in the league most of the way and are considered legitimate contenders to win the franchise’s first NBA title. Three players were named All-Stars. Two more are leading the race for the league’s Sixth Man of the Year award.The Jazz … [Read more...] about Tell The Tribune: Are the Jazz still Utah’s team?