Monthly Archives: December 2021

Iconic actress, comedian Betty White Dead at 99 – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Iconic actress and comedian Betty Blanche passed away on Friday. She was 99 years old. “The Golden Girls” The actress has had the longest career in television history as a woman, having appeared on shows since 1939. READ MORE: ‘The World Looks Different Now’: Ryan Reynolds, …

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Fears for utilities as Omicron causes spike in Covid cases in North Lincolnshire

A huge increase in Covid cases could put hospitals, police and garbage collections in North Lincolnshire at risk. The public health director warned that the Omicron variant – which is now the dominant strain in the region – risks forcing large numbers of essential workers to stay at home. Coronavirus …

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Latest water resources from the 4 states, heating bill resources

December 30, 2021 3:45 PM Posted: December 30, 2021 3:45 PM Update: December 30, 2021 3:47 PM KOAM Image Several programs have opened their application process or will soon be accepting requests for assistance with utility bills. Families or individuals can find help paying their water and energy bills. Below …

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What is a quick personal loan and how do I get one?

Our goal here at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS number 1681276, referred to as “Credible” below, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us for our services, all opinions are ours. Looking for …

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A little party… at Disney World!

These are celebrations. We all have dates and events in our lives that inspire celebration. Birthdays, anniversaries, job promotions… and in our case, imminent adoption. Little B came into our lives when he was only 3 years old. My younger and equally favorite daughter and her husband listened to that …

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CABVI Offers Range of Vision Services Following Final Closure of NNY Agency | Health issues

WATERTOWN – After providing professional services to the area for decades, the Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted of Upstate New York has cracked under years of pressure over being unable to find qualified staff , other obstacles and the COVID-19 pandemic. The Central Association for the Blind and …

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Ida Rupp Library has full schedule for 2022 kickoff

Grab & Go Craft, Shipping Genealogy, Family Game Night are among the many highlights of the Ida Rupp Library in January as officials kick off the New Year. The January schedule for all Ida Rupp Public Library locations includes the following: Saturday January 1 All pitches closed Monday January 3 …

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What prompts millennials to turn to payday loans and pawn shops?

What prompts millennials to turn to payday loans and pawn shops? Even more millennials were considering cash advances, and you’ll be pledging sites to own the dollars you need – actions that will instantly save money, however, tend to end in better personal debt. Which is based on new research …

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WCCA Housing Director Sheryl Fortune retires – The Tryon Daily Bulletin

WCCA Housing Programs Director Sheryl Fortune is retiring after a 33-year career with the non-profit agency. During this time, Fortune managed the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, implemented the agency’s highly successful Family Self-Sufficiency and HCV Home Ownership programs, helped 59 families become home buyers. first home and enabled more …

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Deadline Detroit | Educators concerned that uncertified district workers can now be substitute teachers

Teachers and their union are concerned about a new law allowing Michigan districts to reassign school support workers as substitute teachers. The state attorney general too. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who signed the temporary legislation on Monday, said the policy change would keep schools open and allow students to learn from …

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