More and more preteens are joining their older siblings on the social media photo sharing site Instagram. Are parents in your community worried?
Hurricane season begins June 1 in the Atlantic and lasts through November. Here are some points to remember.
The start of summer, honoring fallen heroes and food are all ideas to cover for Memorial Day.
Andy Harris of The Suburbanite in Akron, Ohio, accomplishes what every sportswriter struggles to do on a daily basis, and that is to cover the “non-revenue” sports with as much energy and excitement as football and basketball.
ESPN and Twitter Inc. have announced that the social network will show ESPN highlight clips of major sporting events in the Twitter feed, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Gone are the days of famous last spoken words. Now it's famous last Tweets.
There's certain things you can do to get engagement on Facebook, and a call to action is one of the best.
The Repository shows how our lives are often touched on a daily basis by the first 10 amendments to the Constitution.
Two Web applications help make the reporting process easier when it comes to gathering and deciphering documents.
This week I’ll take a look at some seasonal words and how they should be treated.
The federal government has released a massive database of costs for inpatient services from hospitals around the country.
June Family has summer fashion trends, baby shower gift ideas, basil recipes and five reasons to go fly a kite.
Taking a small story and making it so much more with Storify.
Some ideas for covering a great "moment of life," high school and college graduation:
A 7-year-old boy was suspended for two days after playing a game of make-believe with his friend. The two pointed pencils at each other and made gun noises. Is the suspension going too far?
LinkedIn announced today it has revamped its LinkedIn Today page, introducing channels you can follow for professional news and industry-related topics. But here's the thing. I go to LinkedIn once every maybe two months. I'm not looking for a job and just about all of my time is consumed with Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Am I dumb to not check LinkedIn more often?
The State Journal-Register in Springfield, Ill., turns it readers into concert reviewers.
The Pew Research Center survey shows a 49-percent decrease in the country’s gun murder rate since 1993. Conversely, the report also reveals that 56 percent of Americans surveyed thought the rate had increased.
Tanning beds would be forced to warn young people of the dangers of skin cancer and face tighter oversight under a proposal from U.S. regulators. Do people in your area agree, and how popular are tanning beds where you are?
The most-viewed NDN videos on GateHouse sites in April: