Saturday, September 13, 2014

Plane Crashes Near Newark, Illinois

Plane Crashes Near Newark, Illinois

(CBS) – Two people were aboard a small private plane that crashed about 60 miles southwest of Chicago. The accident happened near Cushing Field Limited Airport, on Illinois Route 71 and County Line Road, near the border of LaSalle and Kendall counties.

Parents and Students Continue to Protest Newark Enrollment Plan, Superintendent

Students have been skipping classes and parents and community advocates are protesting in the streets to show their dissatisfaction with Newark Public Schools' new reorganization plan. The Newark Ledger-Star reports that about 150 protestors blocked a ...

'PAX' Game Teaches Newark Students About Behavior, Self-Management Skills

It is a classroom game that helps to manage student behavior. It's called the "Pax Good Behavior Game" and is said to increase learning and help students learn self-management skills. After being used inside Newark City Schools for nearly three years ...

Small plane crashes in Newark, Illinois

A small plane has crashed in Newark, Illinois, about 60 miles southwest of Chicago. The Kendall County Sheriff reports a plane has crashed near Cushing Field — that’s at Illinois 71 and County Line Road on the border with LaSalle County. The Newark ...

2 Aboard Small Plane That Crashed Near Newark

A small plane carrying two people crashed in LaSalle County near far southwest suburban Newark Friday afternoon. The two-seater plane crashed about 3:30 p.m. near Cushing Field Limited Airport, near the intersection of Route 71 and County Line roads ...

Newark teen says arm broken by police during school protest

The Mayor of Newark has ordered an investigation into how a teenager's arm was broken as police cleared the street of school protestors. The students had blocked the street near the headquarters of the Newark Public School District to protest against the ...

Newark: Tweeting teacher takes paid leave from school

NEWARK -- The teacher whose Twitter messages expressed violent thoughts about students, drawing national media attention, has taken a paid leave from work. Whether the Newark Memorial High School instructor can avoid criminal charges has yet to be determined.

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