Monthly Archives: November 2021

Utah senator fights to protect payday loans

Students are not only stressed about the finals, but also about how they will pay for the coming semester. Tuition for the winter semester is due on December 24, and students are rushing for money just to pay it. Many parents advise against using payday loans, but a senator from …

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Community Action provides help to the homeless – Harlan Enterprise

Colder weather is fast approaching, with mornings already seeing temperatures below zero. The Harlan Community Action Agency (CAA) offers help to homeless people. Sherri Jennings, Homeless Program Case Manager for Harlan Community Action Agency, spoke about the current homelessness situation in Harlan. According to Jennings, approximately 67 people participate in …

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Online gambling is the therapist’s new office

In the beginning weeks of the pandemic, Monet Goldman tried different strategies to deal with stress. “I was exercising, I was meditating, I was doing yoga,” says Goldman, a licensed marriage and family therapist in Santa Clara, California. But he only started to feel better after turning to a familiar …

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 29, 2021

Travelers leave the international arrivals area of ​​Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Va., On Monday. The Biden administration is banning travel to non-U.S. Citizens of several African countries over concerns about the omicron variant. (Jim Watson / AFP via Getty Images) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. Send …

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What happened to corporate supercomputers?

It once seemed inevitable – a sure-fire thing – that supercomputers would help businesses cope with the demands imposed by massive databases, complex engineering tools, and other CPU-draining challenges. Then all of a sudden technology and business took a different path. Chris Monroe, co-founder and chief scientist at quantum computing …

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Letter from the Editor: When it comes to privilege, it’s more than the thought that matters

One of the burning issues in this era of social justice is the notion of “privilege”. But what does it really mean when someone says, “Check your lien”? Many of us spent time in the past week celebrating Thanksgiving. It’s a natural time to jot down and even list the …

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Biz Roundup: Households can apply for energy aid from Wednesday – Salisbury Post

SALISBURY – Low-income households in Rowan County can apply for help with the cost of heating homes starting Wednesday, December 1. Individuals 60 years of age or older and those receiving disability benefits and services through the NC Division of Seniors and Adult Services may also apply. All other households …

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Payday Loans Using The Internet At Ca. Providers That Provide Payday Advances Française |

Payday Loans Using The Internet At Ca. Providers That Provide Payday Advances Française | We have removed some companies from your own databases in the past few months. It offers tough lending rates and many payday finance institutions and liberal loan providers do not support the condition much more. Use …

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A workers’ paradise? Portuguese new telework law criticized

LISBON – Portugal’s new homeworking law makes the country of the European Union a worker’s paradise. Companies cannot attempt to contact their staff outside of working hours. They have to help staff pay their gas, electricity and internet bills. Bosses are prohibited from using digital software to track what their …

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Best Online Payday Loans in Canada. Most of us borrow money for several reasons.

Best Online Payday Loans in Canada. Most of us borrow money for several reasons. If you are faced with an unexpected bill but don’t have funds available, borrowing money is the easiest method to resolve the issue. You can take out a payday loan online to cover automatic maintenance, change …

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Joe Wiah prepares Brattleboro for Afghan arrivals, drawing on his own experience | Local News

BRATTLEBORO – When the Afghans who fled their country amid the chaotic US withdrawal arrive in Southeast Vermont to resettle here, they will need housing, language support and other services . Joe Wiah is the man who coordinates it all. Wiah, 48, of Brattleboro, is intimately familiar with the area’s …

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Phyllis Mirsky named Del Mar Community Connections Volunteer of the Month for November

Long-time Del Mar Community Connections volunteer Phyllis Mirsky has been named Volunteer of the Month for November by the non-profit organization Del Mar. Mirsky has been volunteering for DMCC for a number of years. time now; in the summer of 2020, she retired from the DMCC board of directors after …

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McLean student and group win volunteer awards in Virginia | news / fairfax

[Sun Gazette Newspapers provides content to, but otherwise is unaffiliated with, InsideNoVa or Rappahannock Media LLC.] On November 23, Governor Northam announced the recipients of the 2021 Governor’s Awards for Volunteerism and Community Service, two of which are from McLean. The annual awards program recognizes outstanding contributions from volunteers and organizations …

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Go pushes the bill for the digitization of government services

Senator Christopher “Bong” Go (File photo) MANILA – Senator Christopher “Bong” Go pushed for the passage of the e-governance bill, saying the digitization of government services has become essential. This, as the study by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) showed that the losses in wages and productivity of …

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Smithfield Foods Announces First Participants in Support Program for Minority Farmers | Local

Smithfield Foods announced that the Martin family is the first family farmer to participate in its new contract growers program to support minority farmers on Thursday, November 18. The new Unity and Action program has been developed to help overcome historic obstacles disproportionately faced by minority farmers and to diversify …

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Amid immigration uncertainty and COVID-19, SF family receives help from Season of Sharing

Around the same time last year, Maryuri Aceituno wasn’t sure her family of four would be able to keep their eight-year San Francisco home. The pandemic – and the havoc it has wreaked on her schedule of cleaning buildings around the Bay Area – has come at a pivotal time …

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The Payday Lender Battle: A State Bank’s Game

It’s a problem that many people face: the need for short-term cash before their next paycheck. Payday lenders often charge high interest rates and fees, which can put borrowers in a worse financial position than when they started out. But what if there was another option? Imagine having access to …

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Ocean City community serves cuteness and Thanksgiving meals

From left to right, Ocean City High School juniors Alec Wisnefski, Tommy Lex and Aidan Fasy volunteer to help with Thanksgiving dinner deliveries. By MADDY VITALE Each year, a group of Ocean City residents, business owners and city officials come together to provide festive meals for residents of the city’s …

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YKC Clean Energy Technologies Receives Investment From OPPO As Part Of Series B3 Funding

Electric vehicle charging company completes three financing rounds in nine months NANJING, China, November 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – YKC Clean Energy Technologies (YKC Charging), a leading Chinese provider of electric vehicle charging and energy management services, recently announced the completion of its Series B3 financing with the investment …

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Richard “Dick” Thomas Brady, of Bristol, dies at 83

Tuesday 23 November 2021 Smith Funeral and Memorial Services Enlarge + Richard “Dick” Thomas Brady, 83, of Bristol passed away peacefully at Hope Health Hospice in Providence surrounded by his loving family. Born in Providence. He was the son of the late Thomas and Ann (Waring) Brady. Beloved husband of …

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Local News: Incentives offered to R-1 staff for early notification of their retirement plans (23/11/21)

NEW MADRID, Mo. – In an effort to start planning for the 2022-2023 school year, the New Madrid County R-1 School Board is offering incentives to retired staff who let them know about their plans early. . At its November meeting, the board agreed to a one-time retirement incentive for …

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True Credits Raises $ 30 Million In Debt Financing To Offer Payday Loans

The True Balance app was initially launched to help users manage phone calls and data usage and eventually began offering bill payment and payday loans through True Credit. The company claims to have offered over 700 Cr INR in loans to 7 million Indians with loan notes ranging from 1000 …

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Quad-Cities prepares to welcome more refugees than ever | Local News

Some cultivated vegetables, herbs and fruits are common in American supermarkets: potatoes, onions, corn, cabbage, eggplant, spinach. Others are less well known. A vegetable is called intoryi, a vegetable the size of a Roma tomato, the consistency of an eggplant and white in color. Another is a leafy green called …

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Tufanna Bradley Continues to Improve Her Leadership Expertise by Completing the Fellowship Program – Communications and Outreach – Communications and Outreach

Tufanna Bradley Continues To Improve Her Leadership Expertise By Completing The Fellowship Program NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC – As one of New Hanover County’s impressive and motivated leaders, Deputy County Director Tufanna Bradley added extra credit to her toolkit, recently completing the Leading for Results program course through the UNC …

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Hotel costs contribute to tree growth in San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo creates an easy way for tourists and residents to reduce their carbon footprint. The new “Keys for Trees” program allows people to book at “green hotels” – and a portion of the fee will go towards planting thousands of trees over the next decade. The program is …

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Global Payday Loans Market Report (By Type, Marital Status

Dublin, November 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Analysis of Payday Loans Market Opportunities and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030″ has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Growing youth awareness of payday loans and rapid approval of unrestricted loans is driving the growth of the global payday loan market. In addition, the …

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Boise Police Department talks about crime and community policing

BOISE, Idaho – Recent events, including the Boise Mall shooting, have left some in the community wondering if Boise is becoming more and more dangerous. The Idaho Black History Museum held a discussion with Boise police officers, a local rabbi and former state senator and social worker Cheri Buckner-Webb on …

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Business people, Sunday, November 21 – Twin cities

FINANCIAL SERVICES Proterra Investment Partners, a Minneapolis-based private equity firm, announced that David Dines will join as a strategic advisor. Dines recently retired as Cargillchief financial officer of. … Securian Financial, St. Paul, announced that they have hired Renee Montz as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. She …

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Chileans vote in highly polarized presidential election | World news

By EVA VERGARA and JOSHUA GOODMAN, Associated Press SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) – Chileans will vote for a new president on Sunday following a polarizing campaign in which leading candidates pledged to chart radically different paths for the region’s most economically advanced country, devastated by a recent wave of social unrest. …

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Payday advances consolidate debt against debt negotiation. There have been two main methods to help you use this type of financial obligation effectively;

Payday advances consolidate debt against debt negotiation. There have been two main methods to help you use this type of financial obligation effectively; you are consolidating your debts, and the other is settling your debts. Let’s see the difference between the 2, so you can better understand which choice is …

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Community foundation awards $ 75,000 to seven nonprofits – Muncie Journal

By Kallie Sulanke— MUNCIE, Ind. — The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. awarded $ 75,118 to seven nonprofits during the last round of quarterly competitive grants of 2021. The goal of the Community Foundation is to improve the quality of life in Muncie and Delaware County for …

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Baltimore School teachers help kids unravel pandemic trauma :: WRAL.com

By LIZ BOWIE, The Baltimore Sun BALTIMORE, MD. – The students had just split into small groups in Jaylin Ramsey’s fourth grade class, giving a boy the chance to tell him why he wasn’t mind reading. His mother had COVID, which scared him because another family member died from the …

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Paris Uniform to Match Salvation Army Donations Up to $ 25,000 | Connect FM | Local news radio

DuBois, PA (November 19, 2021) – The Salvation Army’s DuBois Worship and Service Center is delighted to announce that Paris Uniform Services will match all donations during this year’s Red Kettle campaign up to $ 25,000. Each donation made between November 26 and December 24 will be matched by this …

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In uncertain times, Chileans vote with ballots and wallets

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) – Miguel Torres is the archetype of what you might call the Chilean dream. A dropout from school, he nevertheless moved beyond his working class roots through decades of economic stability and Asian tiger-like growth to build a successful career as the owner of a small outdoor …

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Frigid cold snap last winter explains why Mainers electricity bills will be so high next year

A cold snap that froze much of North America in February is partly to blame for the surge in natural gas prices that are pushing up the cost of electricity for Mainers next year. The Maine Public Utilities Commission announced this week that most residential customers of the state’s two …

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St. Joseph’s highlighting men’s mental health

BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) – Saint Joseph’s Collegiate Institute has taken a unique approach to help educate their boys, as part of Men’s Health Awareness Month. School leaders hope this event will help address the various challenges facing young men. “I have been in teaching for almost 25 years. I have …

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Designing Better Systems: Dell Med Students Team Up in the Real World …

A designer, a medical student, and a business executive all walk into a room. Their objective? Use a person-centered design – combined with their own unique skills – to solve critical health issues locally and nationally. This interdisciplinary mix represents the diverse cohort of Master of Arts in Health-Focused Design …

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Illinois Secretary of State’s Office: Republican Representative Dan Brady launches campaign

State Representative Dan Brady officially launched his campaign on Wednesday to succeed outgoing Secretary of State Jesse White, vowing to make things “easier and more efficient” for Illinois and the businesses that use his services. “Cutting red tape from government, in the name of making things easier and more efficient …

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Supplies For Life receives $ 2,000 grant

JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) – Supplies For Life is this week’s recipient of a $ 2,000 grant from Upstate Shredding to Southern Tier Tuesdays. Supplies For Life is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing food, supplies and education to others with substance use disorders. Supplies For Life creator Jen Cutting said …

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Brahmavar: social worker who easily meets the needs of cancer patients

Silvestre D’Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Brahmavar (SP) Brahmavar, November 17: Aniket Shenoy, son of Kota Srikant Shenoy, a social activist, has established himself as a role model for young people by showing his social commitment in helping people with cancer. Shenoy has grown his hair out for the past …

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What is a payday loan?

Payday loans provide a quick influx of money, but should be viewed as options of last resort. You could pay interest rates equivalent to 400% APR or more with payday loans. Alternatives include local nonprofits, churches, family members, and personal loans. Learn more about Personal Finance Insider loan coverage here. …

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YouthWell’s Success Creates New Collaborative Opportunities in Mental Health | Good for Santa Barbara

[Noozhawk’s note: Third in a series sponsored by the Hutton Parker Foundation. Click here for the first article, and click here for the second.] Youth Good has come a long way since launching the nonprofit in 2016 to raise awareness of the need for mental health resources and services more …

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The United States was not prepared for a pandemic: Free market capitalism, deregulation could be to blame

By Elanah Uretsky, Brandeis University It is not known when the pandemic will end. What may be an even bigger question is whether the United States will be ready for the next one. The past year and a half suggests the answer might be no. As a medical anthropologist who …

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Grant offers employment, vocational training | Local

The Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board received a $ 2.2 million Worker Advancement Initiative grant from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. The Worker Advancement Initiative will serve people whose previous jobs did not return after the pandemic, as well as those who were not attached or had not succeeded …

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Illinois AG and IDFPR reach agreement with three payday lenders

On November 5, the Illinois Attorney General and the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) announced a settlement resolving allegations that three companies violated Illinois loan laws in generating unlicensed payday loan leads; and arranging high cost payday loans for unlicensed payday lenders in the state. The AG …

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School-aged children affected by poverty create sense of urgency as Salvation Army launches 131st annual Christmas kettle campaign

The Salvation Army’s largest public fundraiser of the year supports 2.1 million vulnerable people in 400 communities across Canada. TORONTO, November 12, 2021 / CNW / – The continuing pressures of the pandemic and the impact of inflation are having a significant effect on the lives of Canadian families and …

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Frontline Communities on Climate Action Step One is Stop the Harm / Public Information Service

SEATTLE, Washington – Communities facing the impacts of climate change in Washington State are closely monitoring legislation in Washington, DC. People on the front lines of climate change are largely made up of communities of color, low-income communities and indigenous peoples. Deric Gruen, co-executive director of Front and Centered, a …

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The problem with Mary’s cooking

Everything seemed to be going so well in the summer of 2019. Mary’s Kitchen, Orange’s daily hot meal supplier to the homeless, had just renewed its fourth 5-year license agreement with its owners, the City of Orange, including a rave review of the facility by city staff recommending the renewal …

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Illinois settles deal with Money Mutual and other payday lenders

A settlement has been reached with online payday lenders Money Mutual, Partner Weekly and Selling Source, according to a press release from the Illinois attorney general’s office. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation was also involved in the case. The lawsuit claimed that Money Mutual lured borrowers to …

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CGTN: Global Action Initiative 2021

(“Global Action Initiative 2021 – Project Earth” broadcast from November 2 to 6) BEIJING, November 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – China Media Group’s week-long event “Global Action Initiative 2021 – Project Earth” highlighted the seriousness of the climate crisis, heard from world leaders, scientists, young activists, and explored ideas …

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Ill. Reaches Settlement With Payday Loan Companies

CHICAGO, Ill. (KFVS) – Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul announced that the state has reached an agreement with three online payday loan companies. The settlement with MoneyMutual LLC, PartnerWeekly LLC and Selling Source LLC resolves allegations by the Attorney General’s Office and the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation …

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Jamestown Public Schools Appoints Tamu Graham-Reinhardt as Student Support Services Coordinator

Tamu Graham-Reinhardt Jamestown Public Schools announced the appointment of Tamu Graham-Reinhardt as coordinator of student support services. The Student Support Services Coordinator is responsible for providing expert leadership that includes monitoring and supporting a vision that encompasses a comprehensive student services plan in accordance with laws and regulations in all …

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U.S. banks relax standards for online payday loans

The pandemic and the lockdowns that followed slowed economic developments in many countries around the world. The United States has not become an exception. The national government is currently facing a surplus. Meanwhile, average people and small businesses are facing their financial challenges. As a result, urgent measures had to …

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GoLocalProv | Tuesday obituaries and tributes

Tuesday 02 November 2021 GoLocalProv News Team Enlarge + Swan point PHOTO: GoLocal Please check out today’s obituaries and tributes on GoLocalProv. These are updated throughout the day. Tuesday – Read them all here. Jovan multiplex owner Ertis Crouch of Providence dies at 84 Laurenio DaRosa, deceased at 70 Bradford …

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