The Auburn Public Schools (APS) Board of Education is contemplating Friday, Aug. 7, as the return to school for kindergarten through 12th grade students.
June averaged 4.4 degrees above average, was the warmest since 1988 and the seventh warmest on record. The maximum was 96 degrees on June 6th, while the minimum was 52 degrees on the 11th. There were 21 days with 90 degree weather, 14 more than normal and just two days
Auburn resident Marvin Behrends will be 100 years old on July 17, 2020. But before you assume that you will find him at an assisted living center or retirement home, don’t think so too long because he still resides in the same house which he has called home for nearly the past 60 years.
In a state that is just “opening up” again with a wary eye on a second wave of pandemic and a new awareness of inequities in the justice system as pointed out by the Black Lives Matter movement, is it possible that some lawmakers are hearing the cry for property tax relief?
COVID-19 has upended just about every aspect of American life, and small businesses and their employees have been hit hard. Compared to before shutdowns to contain this pandemic began, unemployment rates are up and revenues are down.