Monthly Archives: May 2022

Guns traumatize black America. Advocates demand investment, support

Black Americans face a crisis of gun-related homicides, from personal disputes to mass shootings, according to figures released last week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Gun deaths have reached their highest level in 25 years and a disproportionate proportion of victims are black, according to the report. …

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Thousands of New Businesses Open in California

With a proclamation designating May as Small Business Month, the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) has a variety of free resources available to help small businesses make successful sales in California. Small businesses are vital to the California economy. They create good jobs, energize main streets and …

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Lower Cape Fear LifeCare Center hosts ribbon cutting at new location

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – In an effort to provide better services to its patients, Lower Cape Fear LifeCare had a grand opening Tuesday for its new location. The event was hosted by the Conway Chamber of Commerce, and Hospice Care then held an open house from 1-3 p.m. The organization …

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TOY ASSOCIATION & CLAMOR REVEAL INFLUENCERS’ TOP TOY PICKS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER 22

NEW YORK, May 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As kids and families prepare for a fun-filled summer of play, the “Spring & Summer 2022 Top Influencers Pick List,” brought to you by The toy association and powered by Clamor, today unveiled the hottest toys and games as voted on by top …

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Profit Strategy: Psychiatric Facilities Prioritize Out-of-State Children

South Carolina children who need immediate, 24-hour psychiatric care risk being stranded for days or even weeks waiting for help, before being sent hundreds of miles from home. them for treatment. When no psychiatric residential treatment beds are open in South Carolina, some children must travel across the Southeast to …

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Balkissa Daouda Diallo, Civic Action Program Fellow and PhD candidate, on balancing community engagement and thesis research

The McCormack Graduate School was founded on the principle that its faculty and students would practice what Ernest L. Boyer called “engaged scholarship,” that is, teaching and research that connects “the rich resources of the university to our most pressing social and civic needs. , and ethical issues. MGS actively …

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The death of a social worker is inspirational

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Siwian Nickepwi, 17, closed her eyes and walked into a dark place on Wednesday during a calming activity for Adult Friends for Youth, an organization that redirects high-risk young people. “It’s midnight. It’s cold,” Nickepwi told Titi Takai, who leads the …

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Thais play throughout Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

The local Thai community is the focus of the next iteration of the popular “Cultures of Las Vegas” TV series and podcast. “Cultures of Las Vegas: The Thais” airs on Clark County Television (CCTV) throughout May, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Hosted by Patranya Bhoolsuwan, a former KLAS …

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Iraq I UNHCR/WFP Joint Note on Food Assistance 2022 – Iraq

Attachments CONTEXT The Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KR-I) currently hosts 96% of Syrian refugees in Iraq. In response to the large influx of refugees following the crisis in Syria, the Kurdistan Regional Government has established nine refugee camps to support the most vulnerable who are unable to cover rent and …

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Represented RI at Foster Grandparents Luncheon at White House, Regina B. (Avery) Richard Dies

Saturday, May 14, 2022 Quinn Funeral Home View larger + Regina B. (Avery) Richard, resident of Warwick since 1946, died May 12, 2022. She was the beloved wife of the late Edward F. Richard of 62 years and the mother of the late Edward F. Richard Jr. and his mother …

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Parental rights bill will not serve our children well

Rep. Pat Long is the ranking Democrat on the House Children’s and Family Law Committee. This year 2022 has been difficult for the children of New Hampshire. We have seen increased levels of mental illness, neglect and abuse in children as young as two years old, isolation, domestic violence, bullying …

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Olympia will receive approximately $400,000 from the housing fund

By Lorilyn C. Lirio The city of Olympia expects to receive approximately $400,000 from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, which will fund projects focused on rehabilitating and maintaining low-income housing and supporting public services. During a presentation at the Community Habitability and Public Health (CLPH) Committee meeting on …

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Five Texas refineries exceeded EPA limit on benzene emissions, report says

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. Five Texas refineries exceeded federal pollution limits for the carcinogenic chemical benzene in 2021, according to an Environmental Integrity Project analysis of refinery self-reported data to the Environmental Protection …

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Jeanne Schaberg – Harbor Light News

Jeanne Schaberg Jeanne Schaberg passed away on Friday April 22, 2022 in the arms of her beloved husband and best friend. She was born in Dearborn, Michigan on May 24, 1953, to parents Fred and Helen Copple. She earned a BA from James Madison College at Michigan State University and …

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Religious leaders are discussing when Govt. Subsidies help, and when they don’t

Attendees at the event in Memphis, Tennessee, moderated the conversation at National Urban Ministry Conferenceis the first in-person meeting since 2020. COVID-19, new ministry initiatives and resources – including the use of government grants – have dominated recent discussion. Jim Harbin Jr., Minister of Community Church of Christ of Raleighwho …

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After a bunch of cuts, what would Colorado’s public sector collective bargaining bill really change?

In the past five months, a proposal to grant new organizing rights to local Colorado public employees has been cut and cut again. In the final days of the session it was cut once more, and even in its very narrow form the final passage is uncertain. In a late-night …

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Buffalo Mayor’s Speech for More Police Spending: Faster Shooting Response and Resolution | Local News

A year ago, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown proposed spending less on police. But this year, Brown is proposing to increase funding for the police by more than $5 million. Two years after the call to ‘defund the police’ became a rallying cry at protests across the country during the …

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Dozens gather to honor the lives of two slain Lexington children

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – It was a gloomy Monday night for part of the Lexington community. Dozens of people gathered to honor two children, Skyler and Deon Williams, killed a week ago at Parkway Manor Apartments on Rogers Road. Local church pastors, teachers and dozens of community members came to …

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CID organizations fear light rail station options are more harmful than Sound Transit analysis suggests

The CID door at 5th Avenue. S. and S. King. In its comments for Sound Transit, Historic South Downtown wrotethat building the station on 5th Avenue would ‘violate the promises and stated goals’ of racial equityToolkit, on which Sound Transit and the City of Seattle partnered to plan the project. …

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Philippines votes for new president, prospect of Marcos revival looms

Voting underway, polling official says early turnout is encouraging “Everything is fine”, no untoward incidents so far – poll The election is a rematch between favorite Marcos and Vice President Robredo Unofficial tally could show winner’s hours after polls close MANILA, May 9 (Reuters) – Polls opened on Monday in …

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MVMC focuses on inclusion | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – The Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition is set to launch a series of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives for its members and community partners as part of a targeted, multi-pronged approach. “Our goal is to increase the focus on diversity with outreach activities in the community; …

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Burnt Hills native documentary sparks powerful dialogue among Shen students – The Daily Gazette

CLIFTON PARK – Before agreeing to show more than 550 high school students a documentary about the struggles of four young New Yorkers with mental illness, counselors and health teachers at Shenendehowa High School sat down to think about how screening could be received. “We talked about the good and …

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Expand access to mental health supports for health and social service workers

Community health and social service workers across British Columbia will be able to access more mental health supports as the province expands programs tailored to the sector. The Government of British Columbia has invested $735,000 to expand Care to Speak and Care for Caregivers, two unique programs that provide online …

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Scarborough receives grant for climate-ready infrastructure

The City of Scarborough is one of 75 communities to receive a Community Action Grant to fight and adapt to climate change. Last December, the Governor announced the Community Resilience Partnership, “a Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation and Futures program to help Maine communities with local climate action plans become …

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Graduate Spotlight: Amy Mader’s Path to Mental Wealth

May 5, 2022 Amy Mader and her story all the way to mental wealthOne step at a time… AMY MADER IS THE TYPE OF PERSON YOU’VE FELT KNOWN FOR YEARS – She’s sweet and easy-going, with a laid-back yet humorous demeanor that she’s not afraid to share when the time …

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Commissioner Naft lights a new signal in Buffalo, Patrick

County Commissioner Michael Naft lit a new traffic light at Buffalo Drive and Patrick Lane this morning. “Already more than 18,000 vehicles pass through this intersection every day, and it will only increase as development continues in this area,” Commissioner Naft said. “This new signal will improve traffic flow in …

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San Antonio Public Library Celebrates Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month – The City of San Antonio

CONTACT: Victoria Villarreal, 210-207-2614 [email protected] SAN ANTONIO (May 4, 2022) – May is Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month. In honor of this celebration, the San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) is celebrating with programs, activities, and online content throughout the month of May. Visit the Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month SAPL guide for …

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Governor Wolf announces Lewis Lumber will create 100 jobs in Clarion County with first manufacturing operation in Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that Lewis Lumber and Milling, Inc.a producer of unfinished hardwood wide plank flooring, cabinet moldings and components, opens its first manufacturing plant in Pennsylvania and will create 100 new jobs in Clarion County. “I am very pleased that Lewis Lumber has chosen …

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Help Rays of Hope bring more social workers to Alex

The Alexandra-based NPC and PBO, Rays of Hope, has set a brave and audacious goal for 2022 to raise R1 million in funding to develop its cohort of social workers who help people in the township move from vulnerable to independence. “When you are sick, a doctor can assess the …

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May to October is wildfire awareness season

The Clark County Commission has recognized May through October as wildfire awareness season calling on all residents to work together to prevent wildfires and protect property from the threat of wildfire. “The threat of wildfires and the damage and poor air quality they cause have become a year-round concern in …

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HPSC Cancels Preliminary Haryana HCS and Dental Surgeon Examinations 2021

The Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) has canceled the Haryana Public Service (HCS) Preliminary Examination and Dental Surgeon Examinations 2021. Candidates can view the notice on the hpsc official website .gov.in. HPSC held the HCS Preliminary Exam on September 12, 2021. The result was declared on September 25, 2021, through …

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Rent has risen nearly $300 in a month for some Cincinnatians

Some families have seen their rent go up by more than $300 this month, according to the Cincinnati Community Action Agency. The reaction of some landlords to people struggling to pay has surprised some advocates who see a new trend. “One of the things we’ve seen lately is landlords evicting …

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Autopsy of teenager Victorria Moran-Hidalgo found dead in San Francisco homeless neighborhood

A missing teenager who was found dead on a San Francisco rue months ago could have been sexually assaulted when she died of a drug overdose, the city coroner recently revealed. Victorria Moran-Hidalgo, a 16-year-old who grew up in and out of the foster care system, was found unresponsive in …

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California’s youngest children need more mental health support, funding request advocates say – Long Beach Post News

Cal Matters is a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom committed to explaining California politics and politics. While California has committed billions of dollars to support the mental health of K-12 students, little has been specifically dedicated to children 5 and under. Advocates say it’s a need that must be met, and they’re …

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Lebanese students in limbo after fleeing war in Ukraine

Published on: 05/01/2022 – 05:04Amended: 05/01/2022 – 05:02 Beirut (AFP) – Lebanese university students who fled Ukraine are now struggling to complete their studies in their home country, facing a precarious future as an unprecedented economic crisis crushes their country and their career prospects. “Even war is better than being …

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