Monthly Archives: January 2022

PayDay Say Company Acquired Personal Money Services Company – Company

PayDay Say Company has just acquired Personal Money Service, an online platform designed to connect borrowers with direct creditors across the United States. The acquisition will better meet the needs of PayDay Say customers across the country, as this company aims to help every borrower meet their urgent financial needs …

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License fee freeze for BBC could ‘threaten public service broadcasting’

The license fee freeze risks undermining the work of the BBC and could also “threaten public service broadcasting”, insisted the Scottish Culture Secretary. Angus Robertson raised concerns about Nadine Dorries’ decision in a letter to his UK government counterpart, in which he warned that “ideological threats” to stable funding deals …

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Tired of loan sharks? Check out some CBN-approved payday loan offers

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Letter to the editor: Mayor’s statement on budget changes not supported by facts

Mayor Nelson, I have to respond to your comment: myedmondsnews.com/2022/01/commentary-council-budget-cuts-will-make-edmonds-unsafe-polluted-and-uninformed. Your inflammatory statement “These council cuts will make Edmonds unsafe, polluted and make our residents misinformed” is not supported by the facts or the proposed changes. I will demonstrate this with amendments that I support. Your statement:“Additionally, they want to …

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Attempt to reduce advances on NM loan interest rate ceiling

A truck heads east along historic Route 66 in Albuquerque in this 2017 photo, past a sign advertising a securities lending business. New Mexico lawmakers are considering lowering the current 175% state cap on small loan interest rates during this year’s 30-day legislative session. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan) Copyright © …

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8 to 12 inches of snow measured in the New Haven area

HAMDEN — New Haven and surrounding communities had received about 8 inches or more of snow late Saturday afternoon, with the storm expected to subside in the evening. Most municipalities reported no major problems with power outages or motor vehicle collisions, although authorities warned residents to stay off the roads …

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Crisis Response Program Adds Peer Supporter | News, Sports, Jobs

SALEM — Salem police officers added a new crisis response tool last year by introducing a peer helper, someone who can relate to drug users and offer help. “We are very excited about the program” Salem Police Chief JT Panezott said. Salem served as a pilot site for …

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Sex trafficking shelter adds reception services in GR

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – The first survivor-led program in the state for those who have been sexually exploited or trafficked recently opened another door for those looking to open a new chapter in their lives. “They trust me because I’ve been there, done that,” Leslie King, founder of Sacred …

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Payday loan reform is working in Ohio: Michal Marcus

BEACHWOOD, Ohio — For years, the agency I lead — the Hebrew Free Loan Association (HFLA) of northeast Ohio, whose mission is to promote economic self-sufficiency and growth for the people of Northeast Ohio who cannot access safe and fair loan resources – worked with hundreds of consumers stuck in …

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Lords will examine the future of the public sector workforce

The House of Lords Public Services Committee has launched an inquiry into the evolution of the civil service workforce, taking into account its relationship to technology. Titled Designing a Public Service Workforce Fit for the Future, it will focus on issues such as the tools needed to make workers more …

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Energy funding assistance must continue, New Haven nonprofit leaders tell Murphy

NEW HAVEN — Addie Kimbrough, a community garden organizer in Newhallville, said an elderly neighbor received a call from United Illuminating about an aid program to cover utility costs, she was convinced it it was a scam. However, that was not the case. Thanks to an overall increase in federal …

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Lawyers call for deportation moratorium for Afghan refugees in Baltimore as they wait for documents and benefits – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Afghan refugees who fled the Taliban are being resettled in Maryland. Many of these families stay in hotels near the Baltimore-Washington International Airport. While waiting for permanent accommodation, some refugees have been living in hotel rooms since October. According to the executive director of the International Rescue …

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The Recorder – Lawmakers back bill on funding alternatives to police

NORTHAMPTON — State lawmakers in favor of law enforcement alternatives are pushing for passage of the ACES Act, a bill before the State’s Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security. Legislature that would provide funding for new community unarmed intervention programs. Senator Jo Comerford and Representative Lindsay Sabadosa, both …

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The non-profit Bloomington-Normal Ecology Action Center will continue to provide stormwater information and information to the community

McLEAN COUNTY, Ill. (WMBD/WYZZ) – At Monday’s Bloomington City Council meeting, the council approved an agreement with the City of Normal, McLean County and the Bloomington Water Reclamation District- Normal, for the Bloomington-Normal-based nonprofit Ecology Action Center, to continue to provide stormwater education and awareness programs to McLean County residents. …

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Man goes on anti-mask rant at La Crescenta – NBC Los Angeles

Sheriff’s Department investigators are investigating what happened in the moments leading up to a confrontation involving a man wearing a ‘Your mask is making you stupid’ shirt who shouted profanities during an anti-mask blast in a Southern California parking lot. “Stay scared! Keep your masks on, it doesn’t even work!” …

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AccentCare improves access to care for the underserved

Dallas, Jan. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AccentCare, a leading provider of home health, hospice and personal care services, has been awarded a District of Columbia (DC) Certificate of Need (CON ) to provide in-home services – hospice palliative care services to residents of the DC metro area intended to …

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Tijuana uses drones to monitor neighborhoods – Voice of San Diego

A view of the Tijuana skyline / Image via Shutterstock Inspired by Chula Vista’s use of technology, Tijuana deploys police drones. Officials in both cities believe drones are an effective tool for law enforcement that can save time and resources by assisting with emergency calls. But one of the main …

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The California Wildfire Warning and the Actions We Need to Take

In summary With a huge investment to deal with wildfires and create healthy forests in California, we must prioritize these four actions: By Ashley Conrad-Saydah Ashley Conrad-Saydah is Head of Partnerships at vibrating planet, a public benefit corporation. She was assistant secretary for climate and energy policy at CalEPA. She …

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Stoke-on-Trent ‘turning its back on young people’ with £60,000 mental health cuts

Council leaders have defended a £60,000 cut in funding for children’s mental health services, fearing the authority is ‘turning its back’ on troubled youngsters. Stoke-on-Trent City Council currently provides 2.5 full-time equivalent social workers to Child and Young People’s Mental Health Services (CAMHS) where they work alongside NHS staff from …

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With Read to Connect, Thunder taps into the direction of TEEM

By Nick Gallo | Broadcast Reporter and Digital Editor | okcthunder.com The partnership has started with a question. “Is there anything we can do to really impact the criminal justice system in Oklahoma City? Ayana Lawson, Thunder’s vice president of community and lifestyle services, recalled that this issue surfaced within …

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Surkhet DAO to offer services on alternate days – The Himalayan Times – Nepal’s No.1 English Daily Newspaper

KARNALI, JANUARY 22 In view of the increase in the number of service recipients, Surkhet district administration office has announced the provision of public services every day alternative starting tomorrow. The administration office said the new system was introduced to manage the delivery of public services by reducing crowds amid …

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After record year, Market Bucks program for low-income Minnesotans expands this spring

Linda Rawson looks forward to picking fresh scallions, raspberries and tomatoes at Minneapolis farmers’ markets each summer — foods she probably couldn’t afford without the help of an increasingly popular program at statewide. Market Bucks, which provides incentives for low-income Minnesotans to buy food at farmers’ markets, is expanding this …

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Quilt Guild donates to hospice residents and homeless veteran’s baby

Charles M. Schulz, creator of the beloved ‘Peanuts’ comic, was onto something when he inspired the animated show, ‘Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown’, to illustrate for the world what something as a quilt can mean to someone and why. Quilts passed on to family members Charity Naim, social …

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Allegations Raised About the Working Environment at CAPSTJOE | Social services

Multiple allegations of a difficult work environment have been made by former employees and others against Community Action Partnership of Greater St. Joseph and its CEO. CAPSTJOE is a social welfare organization with an annual budget of several million dollars, responsible for helping many people living in poverty. Some of …

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Report: Industry Blocks Payday Loan Caps | Legislature | New Mexico Legislative Session

It’s become a cycle of desperation for low-income residents with bad credit scores: They take out a high-interest installment loan to get by in tough times and soon rack up an unmanageable burden. They pay off old debts with new loans at rates up to 175%. For years, state legislators …

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Some Santa Clara council members want to renegotiate city manager’s $468,675 salary – The Mercury News

SANTA CLARA — Her salary was already one of the highest among city managers in California when she arrived four years ago, and now Deanna Santana’s latest raise of $20,000 has sparked another heated debate how much is too much. Some Santa Clara City Council members who weren’t there when …

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What should you consider when considering getting a payday loan?

Once the loan is accepted by the credit company, the amount is immediately credited to your account. Online payday loans are received simply and in a timely manner. Online payday loans are a fantastic choice for people who have little money to meet their needs. Regardless of the name, these …

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Homeless population count scheduled for next week | News

HANNIBAL, Mo. – An official homeless count is scheduled for Jan. 26 when the statewide one-time count is taken. Point-in-time counting is an annual requirement of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development conducted by the Missouri Balance of State Continuums of Care. The group partners with local agencies …

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This urban agriculture professor from New York is helping students connect to the land

A new horticulture program is springing up at a Bronx high school, and environmental science teacher Vanessa Spiegel is helping her run it. Bronx International High School – a progressive, project-based school that serves recent immigrants – launched its urban agriculture program this year at the five-year-old school Morris Campus …

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Palo Alto Networks on the State of Cloud Native Security – The New Stack

As software security comes under strain almost every day, it’s more important than ever that we take securing our programs and our clouds more seriously. But before we can do that, we need to know what isn’t safe today. This is where the security company Palo Alto Networks (PANW) arrives …

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Beaconsfield, Quebec Strengthens Lawsuit Against Montreal Agglomeration Council – Montreal

Georges Bourelle continues the offensive against the Montreal Agglomeration Council, the island body of elected officials. Beaconsfield is now suing the council for $6 million, an increase of $2 million from last year. Bourelle says the increase is due to the Agglomeration Council continuing to increase its bill in Beaconsfield …

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Capitol Drive Loans offers payday loans in Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee, Wisconsin- The pandemic has created an environment of uncertainty and financial need, especially for people in Wisconsin who have lost their jobs and suffered pay cuts/reductions. As things slowly return to normal, individuals/families still need basic necessities, medical bills, and other urgent needs that cost money, a problem Capitol …

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Hundreds of Santa Cruz County workers to strike next week – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ — Residents of Santa Cruz County who rely on government services will face delays in care starting Jan. 25, when about 1,600 workers are expected to go on strike. “We expect our members to all be on the picket lines and not cross paths. We expect members to …

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Homeless and rehousing centers in Bloomington concerned about rising COVID-19 numbers

Local nonprofits dedicated to helping the homeless community and those in extreme poverty hope to share their resources and willingness to serve the community despite the rise in COVID-19 cases in Bloomington. Beacon Inc. is one such non-profit organization capable of providing housing and other essential services such as meal …

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Journalists: Henn. Co-Commissioner Kevin Anderson talks about his first year in office

10:00 AM | Monday, January 17, 2022 Hennepin Co. Commissioner Kevin Anderson, who represents the Maple Grove area in District 7, spoke about his first year in office. One of the most impactful issues is an amendment change the public works assessment process for future projects. “A lot of District …

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Program Officer – Central New York Community Foundation

job description TITLE: Program officer REPORTS TO: Vice President, Community Investment STATUS: Regular, Full-time, Exempt JOB DESCRIPTION: Program Officer engages directly with community residents, nonprofit staff members, other funders, and board members to assist in design and implementation strategic initiatives and Community Foundation grantmaking. This position helps advance racial, social, …

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Sunday Snow Updates: City of Asheville snow removal is focusing on major roads and urging people to limit their travel.

City of Asheville staff are actively working in snow response mode. All 24-hour services including police, fire and water services are fully staffed and ready to respond as needed. Public Works is currently focused on snow clearing our Priority 1 streets. Major roads must be the priority for snow clearing …

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Bulletin Board | Lifestyles | siouxcityjournal.com

Regional programs *Please call ahead to ensure programs are available.* Volunteer Tutors, part-time instructors, and substitute instructors to help people learn to read, write, or spell, learn math, earn a high school diploma through the GED program, or learn to read and to write English. 494-1964. Connections Area Agency on …

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The new law on adoption hailed: “For families created by destiny”

ANGELS WAITING A caregiver watches over babies at the Hospicio de San Jose, a Spanish colonial-era church-run orphanage in Manila, in this February 2012 photo. Couples or families looking to adopt children may now find the process much easier, thanks to a new law signed by President Duterte earlier this …

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After son’s overdose death, New Milford parents officially form nonprofit to fight drug addiction

NEW MILFORD – A “game changer” is how city resident Tony Morrissey describes the impact his foundation can now have in overcoming substance use disorders and opioid addiction. The Brian Cody’s Brothers & Sisters Foundation, LLC, which was established in 2019 by Tony and his wife Tracey Morrissey after their …

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Four million payday and home loan customers from Provident, Greenwood and Satsuma must request repayments NOW

MORE than four million payday and home loan customers are being asked to request any repayments that may be owed to them. If you were mis-sold a loan by Provident, Greenwood, or Satsuma, you might be in line for compensation, even if you’ve already paid it back. 1 Provident, Greenwood …

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Senior Financial Aid Advisor – Axios Charlotte

Located in the heart of the nation’s second fastest growing metropolitan area, Queens University of Charlotte takes advantage of the city’s diverse and thriving environment as an expansive classroom. Nationally recognized for its undergraduate programs in international and interdisciplinary education, Queens combines the best of liberal arts learning with career …

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SHINee’s Taemin To End Military Service As Civil Servant Due To Depression And Anxiety Soompi

After initially enlisting as a member of the military band, SHINeeit is Taemin will complete the remainder of his military service as a civil servant. On January 14, SM Entertainment announced that Taemin had been transferred from the military band to the civil service due to worsening symptoms of depression …

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New Hope Clinic provides health care to the uninsured

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – The New Hope Clinic in Brunswick County has served the community for more than 20 years. Their mission: to ensure that all members of their community have access to health care. “Just because you don’t have insurance and you don’t have an income doesn’t mean you …

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Governor Newsom announces appointments 1.12.22

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Eric L. Rood, 50, of Yuba City, was renamed chief of the Learning Standards Division at the California Department of Industrial Relations, where he has served since 2017. Rood has held several positions in the Standards Division of Labor and …

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Five tips for getting an incredibly low rate on a personal loan

Personal loans are popular options for Australians looking to finance home renovations and other major expenses. With personal loan rates at historic lows, they are also useful tools for consolidating and paying down debt. The cheap interest rates and lightning-fast online application and approval times are big pluses, but there …

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Air Force Unveils Action Plan to “Develop the Enlisted Airmen of Tomorrow” > Air Force > Article display

WASHINGTON (AFNS) — As the service continues to refine what is needed to develop the Airmen needed to fight and win our future wars, Air Force officials announced the implementation of the Air Force Development Action Plan. enlisted force, located here. With the goal of fulfilling 28 force development goals …

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West Virginia scrambles to get by after Manchin cuts child tax credits | West Virginia

LLast fall, Krista Greene missed a week of work after her sons were exposed to Covid and were unable to return to school. Greene, who operates a tutoring center and yoga studio in Charleston, West Virginia, is not granted any paid time off. Normally, she would have worried about this …

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ONEUNITED BANK LAUNCHES THE CASHPLEASE LOAN PROGRAM

America’s Largest Black-Owned Bank Offers Short-Term Small Dollar Loans Without Credit Checks BOSTON, January 11, 2022 / PRNewswire / – OneUnited Bank, America’s Largest Black-Owned Bank, Introduces CashPlease, a Small, Short-Term Dollar Lending Program to Help Customers Better Manage Their Money. Easy to access, without a credit check, CashPlease allows …

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Blackfeet Reservation Returns to Restricted Opening Phase 2 with Increase in Cases | News

A recent increase in COVID-19 cases is of concern to the Blackfeet Tribal Council and they have taken action to address this increase. “There were over a hundred new cases last Friday,” Public Information Officer James McNeely said on Monday, January 10. The numbers prompted the tribe to take action …

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CapMetro should have stopped bus service earlier during winter storm, unpublished after action report says

During the deadly winter storm last February, Capital Metro workers sheltered trembling Austinites and drove dialysis patients along dangerous routes to life-saving treatment. But the agency had unrealistic expectations of how long it could operate in worsening conditions, frustrating passengers and leaving buses abandoned on frozen streets. These are some …

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Social Worker Job in Poplar Bluff, Missouri – Department of Veterans Affairs

The United States government is a massive employer and is always on the lookout for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of vacancies in locations across the country. Below is a summary of qualifications for an active and open Department of Veterans Affairs job listing. The opening is for …

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Organizations Address Health Equity Issues, To Receive $ 1.2 Million In Grants From Connecticut Health Foundation – Connecticut by the Numbers

Discretionary grants, selected by Foundation President Tiffany Donelson, are awarded to organizations and institutions that meet the foundation’s overall mission or priority areas. CT Health AccessHartford: $ 25,000 – This funding will support the first phase of the establishment of a Broker Academy designed to increase the number of trusted, …

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ARPA grant funds have been extended to Holds Lockers, technology and language learning, and the DCI consultant.

With a grant, the Round Rock Public Library will expand popular outdoor lockers, add two new subscription services and hire a diversity, equity and inclusion consultant. These projects will provide increased access to library resources and services, especially to community members who suffered greater disruption during the pandemic. One of …

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JCC Program Helps Add Child Care Providers To Area Workforce | Education

WATERTOWN – After realizing that Jefferson and Lewis counties were in what was considered a ‘child care desert’, Jefferson Community College and partners came together to help resolve the issue in the area. . JCC worked with the Watertown Small Business Development Center and the Community Action Planning Council to …

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Crossroads Quilt Guild Donates Quilts to Hospice, Child of Homeless Veteran |

PERRY – Charles M. Schulz, creator of the beloved “Peanuts” comic book, was on to something when he inspired the animated show “Happiness is a warm blanket, Charlie Brown” to illustrate to the world what something something like a quilt can mean to someone and why. Charity Naim, licensed clinical …

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Honoring the Memory of Martin Luther King Jr. | News, Sports, Jobs

FOCUS ON YOUTH – Bobbyjon Bauman, Director of Sycamore Youth Center at 301 N. Fourth St., Steubenville, and MLK Association Representative Cynthia Lytle hold a flyer detailing program details of the Youth Day program and MLK Kids from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 17 at the center. – Contributed …

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Warning because millions of payday loan customers only have weeks to request repayments

Four million people may be entitled to a refund – but you have until the end of February to claim it. Following an August 2021 court ruling, borrowers who have been badly sold home loans by Provident Financial can get some of their money back. Under a new indemnity deal, …

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Ting Internet to become the first anchor tenant of the city-wide fiber optic network of Colorado Springs Utilities

The national fiber internet leader is expanding its Colorado presence and announces its largest market to date COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., January 7, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Today Internet, a division of Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX) (TSX: TC), announced its expansion into the Colorado springs market as the initial primary tenant …

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Don’t assume your loved ones are okay, say cat breeder / cat grabber’s family | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Julie Riddle David Massey displays paintings recovered from the home of recently deceased sister Candice Massey in which police found dozens of cats. The painting on the right shows a ship used by the Masseys’ father in his Alpena-based marine rescue business. ALPENA – Appearances can be …

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Loveland, CO Payday Loans Online. Loveland (CO) Online Payday Loans Zero Credit Check, Zero Fax

Loveland, CO Payday Loans Online. Loveland (CO) Online Payday Loans Zero Credit Check, Zero Fax Loveland CO Payday advances on the web Everyone knows you definitely owe no matter how much people make sure to manage our own tips to ensure that every question asked on time continues to be …

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UK healthcare under ‘extreme’ pressure amid omicron wave

LONDON (AP) – Health authorities on Wednesday relaxed COVID-19 testing requirements across the UK, a move that could alleviate staff shortages plaguing public services from hospitals and ambulances to trains and collection garbage amid a wave of omicron-fueled infection. The change came a day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said …

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Delta Sigma Theta Sussex alumni serve as Santa’s helpers

Over Christmas, members of the Sussex County Alumni section of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. were busy helping Santa, giving to fostered youth and other charities serving the Sussex County Youth. Chapter members and community elves have organized and implemented many projects. Their Christmas sleigh was delivered to African American …

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‘Big COVID peak in county’, long queues seen at test sites

CHESTER, SC (WBTV) – The only Chester County mass testing site where appointments are not required has been slammed all day as the number of COVIDs has skyrocketed here. The Department of Health and Environmental Control said Chester County had fewer than 5 cases on November 30, the last day …

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Next PR strengthens the credibility and awareness of the Mother Superior, a partner of conscious capitalism

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Next rp, a national public relations firm, highlights the results of its pro bono services for Mother Superior, a corporate foundry with a social vocation. The agency has partnered with Mother Superior because of its mission to provide access to …

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Hartford Brings Back Indoor Mask Mandate As COVID-19 Cases Rise – NBC Connecticut

Hartford has reinstated a city-wide indoor mask warrant as COVID-19 cases rise, according to Mayor Luke Bronin. The mayor made the announcement on Monday. The mandate requires masks to be worn in all indoor environments at least until the end of January. There are exceptions for people with certain medical …

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Why Do You Need Legal Advice To Stay A Payday Loan?

Why Do You Need Legal Advice To Stay A Payday Loan? Are you currently overloaded with using the vast majority of their payday loan credit? In this case, you might think that you would like someone to help you out of this economic problem. Keep in mind that non-payment of …

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Whistleblower Warns Baffling Illness Affects Growing Number of Young Adults in Canadian Province | Canada

A whistleblower from the Canadian province of New Brunswick has warned that a progressive neurological disease that has baffled experts for more than two years appears to be affecting increasing numbers of young people and causing rapid cognitive decline in some of those afflicted. Speaking to the Guardian, an employee …

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Lack of beds and resources hamper efforts to help homeless people in Escondido

Escondido is making progress in its efforts to reduce homelessness, but more resources are needed to have a greater impact on the problem. These were the observations made at a recent Escondido City Council workshop meeting, which focused on the medical services now available to help the homeless and the …

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What Are the Benefits and Laws & Regulations of Lexington Roadside Improvements in Kentucky?

What Are the Benefits and Laws & Regulations of Lexington Roadside Improvements in Kentucky? Lexington Installment Loan Connecticut, Kentucky, was renowned for its warm, bright and sunny climate, highest heritage, and stunning scenery. It’s fantastic not only for a vacation, but also for living there. For energy it’s exactly the …

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COVID-19: Contingency plans drawn up over fears a quarter of public sector workers may be absent due to Omicron | Politics News

Contingency plans are being drawn up over fears that a quarter of public sector workers may be absent due to Omicron’s spate of COVID infections. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked ministers to test preparations for a possible worst-case scenario, as the daily coronavirus count continues to rise to record …

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Almost half of CT residents live in a ‘child care desert’

Babysitter Tara Kennedy receives more potential families than she has space to register. “I get several requests each week from families looking for child care, either moving to the area, returning to work, or wishing their children to return to the world of socializing after not seeing anyone for a …

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