Santa Monica Arts & Literacy Festival returns to Virginia Avenue Park on April 30

April 19, 2022 2:56 p.m. After two years of virtual events, the City of Santa Monica is once again welcoming families to Virginia Avenue Park on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the annual Arts and Literacy Festival. This year’s theme is “Bugs, Bugs, Bugs,” and …

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Nearly $115,000 in federal funding awarded locally | News, Sports, Jobs

ELKINS — More than $114,909 in federal funding to local organizations was announced Monday by Tygart Valley United Way. The announcement listed $87,531 in ARPA-R funding and $27,378 in Phase 39 Emergency Food and Shelter Program funding to a total of 16 nonprofits in the Tygart Valley area. …

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Long Beach prosecutor gets $900,000 to expand diversion program – Press Telegram

Long Beach was part of the first pilot program to divert drug addicts and homeless people straight from the streets to social services instead of going to jail – and now the city attorney’s office has $900,000 to help. expand the program over the next three years. The money, from …

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New Milford Boy Scout builds ‘blessing boxes’ to help those with food insecurity in the community

NEW MILFORD – Since the start of the pandemic, 17-year-old Boy Scout Alex Rigdon and his family have volunteered at Camilla’s Cupboard – a local food pantry, on several occasions. For Alex’s Project Eagle, he will now help those who are hungry in another way: he is creating four community …

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the public sector is behind on ESG reporting

Green shoots: Governments must take action to improve their sustainability reporting Photo: Pixabay Government organizations need to step up their reporting on their sustainability. Nina Johansson explains what the challenges can be – and how they can be overcome As with so many chapters in human history, it takes war …

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Maryland Social Worker Writes Children’s Book About Body Safety

Placeholder while loading article actions Three dozen children in slashed mango-colored shirts filled a classroom in Africa and focused on the woman in front of them. As Maryland social worker Terri Johnson read them a book, they listened and asked questions. Then they joined her in a chant. “My body,” …

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Salvation Army calls on CIO partners to find Chief Information Officer

April 15, 2022 – Qualified IT managers are among the hardest to find. CIO Partners was recently selected by the US Eastern Territory Salvation Army to lead the organization’s search for a new Chief Information Officer (CIO), located in West Nyack, NY. The CIO is responsible for defining and implementing …

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Innovative and creative ideas, synergies with downtown community sought for Towne Square

Brian Mastel, general manager of utilities, is also excited about the opportunities ahead. He says they can try to schedule activities for the space, but will look more for community-led ideas. He suggests a movie at the Riverside Veterans’ Memorial Park across the street and an upcoming street hockey event …

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NIU today | NIU Center for Governmental Studies better able to preserve and share knowledge, thanks to Huskie Commons

A logistical problem for the Center for Government Studies (CGS) at NIU has turned into a valuable partnership with university libraries that will preserve CGS materials and make them more easily accessible to readers around the world. NIU Libraries’ Huskie Commons—a digital repository for collecting, preserving, and providing access to …

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KCMO mayor reacts to spate of homicides

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Following the latest wave of deadly violence in Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas said accepting the status quo is unacceptable. “I think it’s clear what we’re doing right now isn’t working,” Lucas said. It comes like families of four, including a teenager, are in mourning …

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Maryland Proton Treatment Center Named Center of Excellence in Proton Therapy

BALTIMORE, April 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Maryland Proton Treatment Center (MPTC), a state-of-the-art radiation oncology center based in Baltimore, Marylandannounced that it is now designated a Center of Excellence in Proton Therapy. Center of Excellence Designation “This designation is based on qualifications that make MPTC an exceptional place and …

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Louisiana moves to give local government permanent control of industry tax breaks

In one of his first acts in office, Governor John Bel Edwards issued a pair of executive orders reforming the Industrial Tax Exemption Program (ITEP), a lucrative incentive for big business. The governor reduced the tax relief from 100% to 80% of property taxes owed and, more importantly, gave the …

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How to Help and Get Help in Kings County | Makenzie Rankin | Lifestyles

Nanette Villarreal, who is celebrating eighteen years with Kings United Way, and I recently chatted about the organization and what it does for our community. First known as Hanford Aid Society and then King’s Aid Society, Kings United Way has been an integral part of our community since 1966. Offices …

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Hartford Schools Cover Up Gender Dysphoria Issue | Chris Powell

Does the Hartford School System notify a student’s parents when it learns that the student may be experiencing gender dysphoria? That’s the important question raised by the system’s suspension of a school nurse who recently wrote on social media that school staff are keeping these issues a secret from parents. …

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Somerville police staffing study sparks controversy over speed of reform

Local activists and some elected officials criticized a recent study by Somerville Police Department personnel. the Town of Somerville announced on 8 March what it is Department of Racial and Social Justice hired a consulting firm to conduct a study on Somerville Police Department Staffing Proceduressparking frustration with the speed …

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Global Government Fintech to Hold Inaugural “Lab” in Estonia in June

By Richard Johnstone on 04/10/2022 | Updated on 04/10/2022 Picture | Twin title of the Global Government Forum Global Government Fintech announced the launch of the Global Government FinTech Lab – an in-person event to bring together senior government officials exploring the opportunities created by fintech. As government interest and …

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They held the hands of dying COVID-19 patients when their families couldn’t. Meet the NCID Medical Social Workers

SINGAPORE: When the first deaths from COVID-19 hit Singapore, Dr Ho Lai Peng was there to help families through the grief and isolation caused by the pandemic. Two years later, the National Center of Infectious Diseases (NCID) chief medical and social worker still remembers every detail. The hardest part was …

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Santa Barbara County Housing Trust Fund Promoting Local Homeownership | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on April 9, 2022 | 10:11 a.m. First-time home buyers Alec Missel and Stacey Walker in their new home, purchased with the help of a down payment loan from the Santa Barbara County Housing Trust Fund. (Santa Barbara County Housing Trust Fund) Finding affordable housing is a recurring problem …

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Afghan refugees fled the Taliban to build a new life in Greenwich had to leave behind: ‘I had to escape’

GREENWICH — Fearing torture and death at the hands of the Taliban, two Afghan men had to make a heartbreaking plea: to leave the country, even if it meant leaving their wives and children behind. The chaos and tragedy of the fall of the Afghan government last summer, when the …

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How to choose your brand? Categories and Protection

While trademark protection can extend to sounds and smells (e.g., US Reg. No. 5,467,089 for the scent of Play-Doh), a trademark is usually a word or design, or a combination of those it, used to identify products and services and used subsequently to distinguish these goods and services from those …

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UC helps Ukrainians, low-income homeowners and the hearing/sighted

Arlington Community FCU Arlington Community Federal Credit Union staff present a $10,000 grant to representatives of the local nonprofit Rebuilding Together-Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church (AFF), which serves low-income homeowners. The grant was part of a nationwide award program from CUSO PSCU payments to be given to a local $412 million …

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Step 3. New regulations move away from payday loans and other major borrowing items

Step 3. New regulations move away from payday loans and other major borrowing items Essentially, we might be able to accept this survey with each of your own primary variables in our research. This is possible with regard to the exploration parameters of traditional loan …

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A UPMC social worker honored for her “Commitment to benevolence” | News, Sports, Jobs

SUPPLIED PHOTO Margie Cholin, right, is the latest recipient of the Dr Alexander Nesbitt Commitment to Caring Award. Cholin, a social worker at UPMC Williamsport, stands with Dr. Nesbitt, left, and Julieanne Steinbacher, who was instrumental in establishing the award. Margie Cholin, a social worker at …

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Statement by civil society organizations on opening roads to Taiz and activating mechanisms for the success of the truce in Yemen [EN/AR] – Yemen

We, the civil society organizations signed below, welcome the truce agreement announced, under the auspices of the United Nations, between the parties to the conflict in Yemen. We commend the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen, Mr. Hans Grundberg, for taking practical steps to open roads in Taiz and …

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Osseo is considering a hybrid video option for board meetings | Government

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Housing and homelessness strategic actions 2021-2022 of the city council

Housing and homelessness strategic actions 2021-2022 of the city council Spokane City Council President Breean Beggs, 509.625.6255 Wednesday April 6, 2022 at 3:40 p.m. In June 2021, City Council passed a resolution recognizing that the city needed to create a comprehensive strategy to address housing and homelessness in Spokane and …

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MoneyMutual Review: The Leading Payday Loan Company to Use?

And if you had an emergency today – your car broke down, you ended up in the hospital, an unexpected house repair, anything could happen. Do you have an emergency fund to help cover unexpected expenses, or will you have to rely on family, friends or, even worse, a credit …

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Five people working with children in Chatham explain why community matters

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM), a time to remember that preventing child abuse is about creating strong supports where all families have access to needed services for their children. North Carolina’s theme for CAPM is “Growing Up Better Together”, a reminder that an entire community can play …

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Services for seniors provided by non-profit organizations Unity Campaign | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – Helping older people is a primary goal of many organizations, whether it’s their only goal or just part of their overall goal. Many non-profit organizations provide assistance to seniors in one way or another. Panhandle Home Health, Inc. (PHHI), for example, is a nonprofit home care agency that …

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BPJS Healthcare as a condition of access to public services

Overview The Indonesian government has established the Social Security Administration Board (Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial or “BPJS”) which consists of BPJS Healthcare and BPJS Employment, to form social protection ensuring that all people meet their basic needs (“Social Security”). This is mandated by Section 3 of the Social Security Administration …

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U. Greek Life ‘builds that trust’ with campus community after sexual assaults

Two months after the University of Utah temporarily suspended all fraternity and sorority activities following reports of sexual assaults, Greek life leaders have implemented a training and education program “robust”. (Don Grayston, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Two months after the University of Utah …

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Izzy Tichenor faced ‘personal trauma’, school’s failure to follow up on complaints

In the months leading up to her death by suicide, 10-year-old Isabella “Izzy” Tichenor and her family were displaced and living in the family van, according to a recently released investigative report. Tichenor, a fifth-grade student at Foxboro Elementary School in the Davis School District, was described by witnesses as …

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Books about LGBTQ and black people were among the most contested books in 2021

As efforts to ban books in schools intensified across the United States last year, the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom has been tracking targeted books in libraries, schools and universities. On Monday, the ALA released its list of the most contested titles. The majority of the books were called inappropriate …

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Quebec public sector unions form a common front for contract negotiations

Breadcrumb Links News Local News The latest set of public contracts, some of which have just been adopted, expire in March 2023. Author of the article: The Canadian Press Clara Descurninges Quebec civil servants demonstrate in downtown Montreal during a one-day strike on Wednesday, March 30, 2022. Photo by Paul …

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Shit doesn’t work in Oregon. How much is Tina Kotek to blame?

Today on the Dive podcast, we speak with Pulitzer-winning journalist Nigel Jaquiss about Oregon House speaker-turned-gubernatorial candidate Tina Kotek. Even after 10 years as president, she doesn’t seem to have the kind of party support we’ve grown accustomed to in a state ruled by Democrats for nearly four decades. Tina …

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NOTICE: Suquamish Tribe Opposes Congressional Recognition of Duwamish Tribal Organization

by the Suquamish Tribal Council Citizens of the Suquamish Tribe, located across Puget Sound from Seattle, have always fished, hunted, and lived in the central Salish Sea, including the lands that make up the city of Seattle today. More than half of our tribe is made up of Duwamish. Many …

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Arlington Public Library takes a stand against school book bans

Arlington Library Fights Book Ban Trend This Sunday, Arlington Public Library will kick off a week-long event called “Wake Up & Read.” ARLINGTON, Va. – Arlington Public Library is taking a stand against the book ban. This Sunday, library officials will kick off a week-long event called “Wake Up & …

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UNITE event will showcase UK research to advance racial equity

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (April 1, 2022) — The University of Kentucky United In True Racial Equity (UNITE) Research Priority Area will host its first annual Research Showcase on May 4 at the Gatton Student Center. the UNITE 2022 research showcase is centered on elevating and promoting the importance of racial equity …

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How a MATC program helps students graduate

For many Milwaukee Area Technical College students, the difference between staying enrolled and dropping out can be as simple as losing your job, an unexpected medical bill, or needing a new fuel pump for your car. This is where the Local 212/MATC Believe in Students FAST Fund steps. Organized in …

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Quarter of train journeys on publicly run services

The proportion of train journeys in Britain on publicly run services will hit 25% on Friday. Analysis by the PA news agency revealed that the milestone will be achieved once the Scottish Government takes over ScotRail. This is the highest percentage since the privatization of Britain’s railways in the mid-1990s. …

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Governor Newsom announces $136.6 million in rewards for 10 new Homekey projects

Once completed, projects approved to provide 488 units for people exiting homelessness California Blueprint offers an additional $2 billion, for a total of $14 billion for homelessness, which will create 55,000 new housing and treatment windows in the coming years SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced $136.6 million in …

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KVC West Virginia expands services to children and families in the Eastern Panhandle | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – KVC West Virginia, a nonprofit child welfare and behavioral health organization that provides foster care, adoption, in-home family preservation and behavioral health care services, will is expanding into the Eastern Panhandle by expanding its Safe at Home, Children with Serious Emotional Disorder (CSEDW) and Foster Care Programs. KVC’s …

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Laura Rummel wins special runoff for Frisco City Council’s 5 spot

Laura Rummel won Saturday’s special election runoff for the Frisco City Council Square 5 seat, beating fellow candidate Tracie Reveal Shipman. The newly elected council racked up 2,509 votes, or about 51.3% of the total 4,893 votes. Just under 4% of the city’s registered voters participated in the elections. Rummel …

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City Matters: crossing the color barrier with BIPOC | The city matters

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Donna SYRON Obituary (1950 – 2022) – Deer Park, WA

Donna Jean Syron died Monday, March 7, 2022 in Spokane, Washington at the age of 72. Donna was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on January 7, 1950, to Donald and Bernice Hedin, the eldest of six children. Donna grew up on the east side of St. Paul and graduated from …

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NYC executes plan to clean up homeless encampments and place individuals in shelters

By Mark Morales and Emma Tucker, CNN New York City is executing a plan to clean up encampments across the city where homeless people are known to live and connect those people to social services over the next two weeks, according to an official in Mayor Eric Adams’ office. City …

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UNHCR Ecuador: Cash-Based Interventions (CBI) 2021 – Ecuador

Key figures 53.694beneficiaries in 2021 in 17,772 households $460average amount of multi-purpose cash grants given to each family 43.777total transactions made in 2021 Highlights of the situation Refugees and asylum seekers in Ecuador face significant challenges in meeting their basic needs, which increases protection risks. High levels of poverty and …

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Food banks expect need for food aid to rise as gas prices soar | Local News

With the price of gasoline and other everyday items rising, some food banks in the area have already seen an increase in requests for help, while others are bracing for the inevitable. Corner Cupboard executive director Candice Tustin Webster didn’t see a jump in numbers, but she’s anticipating it. “It’s …

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Irish League football legend David Jeffrey ‘quitting his day job’

David Jeffrey spent the better part of 30 years at Linfield, both as a player and then a manager, before taking up his current role as manager of Ballymena United. However, one of his greatest accomplishments was successfully pursuing a career helping those in need, while guiding both teams in …

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Local District School President Aims to Help Ukrainian Refugees – Serving the Fullerton Community Since 1922

After successfully enrolling 60 Afghan refugees earlier this year, Acess California and Valentina Purtell, president of North Orange Continuing Education, hope to provide similar support to Ukrainian refugees. NOCE is a community college in the North Orange County Community College District, which is the district of Fullerton College. Purtell, who …

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UK Treasury boss defends plan to ease cost of living crisis

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Treasury chief is defending his spending priorities after critics attacked him for not doing enough to help families struggling with the biggest drop in living standards on record. Chancellor Rishi Sunak said on Thursday he understands families are struggling with rising prices, but his options are …

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Santa Barbara County homeless population increased 3.4% since 2020 survey | Local News

The homeless population in Santa Barbara County has grown 3.4% since 2020, with increases seen in Santa Maria, Lompoc and unincorporated areas by volunteers who conducted the spot count of homeless people. -shelter on February 23. In the 2020 count, homeless residents numbered 1,897, but that number rose to 1,962 …

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March is social work month

The District 7 Regional Agency on Aging (AAA7) joins the National Association of Social Workers in celebrating this year’s Social Work Month in March with the theme, “Now is the time for social work.” This celebration highlights how social workers have enriched our society for more than a century and …

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The convergence of AI and the cloud is accelerating future transformational growth

DUBLIN, March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Public Cloud Services Growth Opportunities” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This research examines the strategic positioning of public cloud service providers to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and monetize their service offerings. The report highlights the growing importance of …

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Let’s fly a kite for child abuse awareness on April 2

Spring brings perfect kite-flying weather, and the Kites for Kids festival brings free kites and lots of other fun – aerial and ground-based – to North Liberty as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month. of Children in April, in conjunction with Johnson County Social Services, Community Partnership for Child Protection …

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Yuriko, famous dancer and choreographer of Martha Graham, dies at 102

The daughter of Japanese immigrants, Ms. Kikuchi was known professionally by the single name of Yuriko. She had been dancing since she was a child, touring Asia for seven years from the age of 10, and later became one of the first Asian American members of a major New York …

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Congress must pass additional funding to fight COVID-19, CPA says

Congress must pass legislation with additional funds to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, or compromise necessary measures in the public health emergency, according to the American College of Physicians (ACP). College President George M. Abraham, MD, MACP has written to congressional leaders asking for more funding in the COVID Supplementary Appropriations …

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Report outlines options for regulating payday lenders

By Adele Loiselle March 21, 2022 9:00 a.m. Should the City of Windsor regulate payday loan companies? They fill a gap in the financial sector by offering short-term loans but at a high interest rate. Most of the clientele are low income, unable to get a bank loan or get …

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The Conservatives’ belligerent stance towards Ukraine is dangerous – and unfair to us | John Harris

Jthere is a fascinating tension in the British attitude towards war and military matters. When writing about England in 1941, George Orwell said his home country was defined by the “softness” of its civilization, and such a “hatred of war and militarism” that the restlessness of the flag and patriotic …

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Woodland City Council updates allocation of U.S. bailout law funds – Daily Democrat

The Woodland City Council received an update on the city’s American Rescue Plan Act spending plan and provided feedback to staff on the city’s proposed ARP funding allocations. The law was signed into law last year in March and included $350 million for state and local governments to respond to …

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Maryland Senate unanimously passes $58.2 billion budget

The Maryland Senate voted unanimously on Friday to pass the state’s $58.2 billion operational budget. During the voting session, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle commented on the success of the round of budget negotiations. Get the latest information on state-specific policies for the healthcare sector delivered …

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Martin Lewis’ advice for struggling families turning to payday loans

Martin Lewis has given advice to families turning to payday loans as the cost of living crisis rages. Soaring energy, fuel and food costs, coupled with worries about paying household bills, are driving growing demand for payday loan interest to make ends meet, a new survey has found. Experts warn …

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Ukrainians fleeing war get free access to NHS healthcare

The changes that come into effect today (Thursday, March 17) will also cover any processing that has taken place since the start of the Russian invasion. The UK remains the second largest humanitarian donor to Ukraine and has provided more than 1.8 million medical supplies to the country. From today, …

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Federal government awards $5.2 million for Santa Cruz County homeless projects – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ — Homeless services projects in Santa Cruz County have received the largest annual federal grant funding yet, officials say. The winners of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Continuum of Care competition awards were announced this week, totaling more than $5.2 million. The annual federal award …

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10-year-old writer turns peer pressure into girl power in her book ‘The Football Girl’

Malajsha Mollett was 8 years old when she decided to switch from cheerleading to Kings and Queens of Pittsburgha free sports mentorship program to try out for the organization’s football team. This decision drew laughter from some of the cheerleaders and derision from the football players. “In the middle of …

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Names in the News: The People Shaping the Future of Lake Region Businesses – American Press

French LNG center director McNeese State University announced that Jason Frencha well-known leader and consultant in the liquid natural gas industry, has been named Executive Director of the McNeese LNG Center of Excellence. French is the director and founder of French Strategic Partners, a government affairs and business consulting firm …

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DLUHC Secretary of State Update on Ukraine Sponsorship Program

Mr President, with your permission, I would like to make a statement on our government’s response to help those fleeing the conflict in Ukraine. This government, this House, indeed everyone in the UK, continues to be in awe of the bravery of the Ukrainian people. They are victims of savage, …

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Emergency food, housing programs in Montgomery County to qualify for increased federal aid – The Daily Gazette

MONTGOMERY COUNTY — Federal funding for agencies that provide emergency food and housing assistance will be tripled this year through coronavirus relief assistance. “The more money there is, the more services we can provide,” said Mary Carpenter, executive director of Catholic Charities of Fulton and Montgomery Counties. In addition to …

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Traci Braxton, TV personality and singer, dies at 50

Traci Braxton, television personality and singer, died on Saturday. She was 50 years old. One of Ms Braxton’s sisters, singer Toni Braxton, confirmed her death in a statement from the Braxton family on Instagram. The cause was esophageal cancer, a publicist said. “Needless to say, she was a shining light, …

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Long-term effort to address Lehigh Valley inequality takes shape as major groups step up

Any journey, whether long or short, must begin with a first step. Community Action Lehigh Valley (CALV) and a number of partners are embarking on a journey that will take more than five years, but they still had to start somewhere. Announcing the launch of a new initiative to the …

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Google Takes Advantage Of ‘Predatory’ Lending Ads Promising Instant Money | google

Google profits from ads promoting ‘instant’ money and loans delivered ‘faster than pizza’ despite pledging to protect users from ‘deceptive and harmful’ financial products. The adverts were shown to people in the UK who searched for terms such as “quick money now” and “need financial help” and directed users to …

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Kingsport Housing and Redevelopment Authority seeks to start The Grove and Big Elm | Business

By RICK WAGNER KINGSPORT – The wheels could be set in motion later this year to replace Lee Apartments, a public housing complex demolished in 2018. But the local housing authority serving the model town is working on projects ranging from serving the homeless to bringing WiFi to residents of …

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Wayne County invests $90 million to improve roads and bridges – CBS Detroit

(CBS Detroit) — Wayne County is investing nearly $90 million in road and bridge infrastructure ahead of construction in 2022, according to the county’s Department of Utilities. The county hopes to improve more than 25 roads and more than 10 bridges by fall. READ MORE: Michigan average gas price hits …

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CCSD Trustees Approve Grant Application to Enable School Police House Visits

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – On Thursday night, a grant application was approved to pay Clark County School District police officers to partner with social workers and Metropolitan Police officers from Las Vegas to visit the homes of children in the district considered at risk. She spoke at a meeting …

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MoneyMutual Review – Reliable Loan Company Worth Using Or Not?

Sometimes you may need a decent amount of money, and you may not have it on you, so what do you do if you are stuck in a situation like this? MoneyMutual is an online lending company that offers payday loans. MoneyMutual lets you borrow loans from $200 to $5,000; …

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What’s in it for Hawaiʻi in the $1.5 trillion spending bill passed by US House?

The $1.5 trillion funding bill passed by the U.S. House for fiscal year 2022 includes $6 million for Haleakalā National Park to expand public access to recreational activities and to the Kaupō Gap trail. Courtesy of the National Park Service The United States House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a …

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Punjab: Punjab Election Results: AAP’s ‘Delhi Model’ Proves Biggest Attraction For Punjab Voters, Party Leaders Say | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: The promise of better public services, good quality schools and hospitals, which won the AAP two consecutive terms in Delhi, has remained the constant campaign theme of the Arvind Kejriwal-led party in polls in Punjab where the party swept assembly polls on Thursday. Caught in a multi-faceted contest …

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Worst Roommate Ever Review – Exponent

Netflix has released a new five-part documentary focusing on the true stories of victims living with others with malicious intent. This true crime documentary delves into four different stories (one story is in two parts) where victims or families are interviewed and tell their experiences about the unfortunate incidents. While …

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Added new pedestrian activated flashing lights

County Commissioner Tick Segerblom this morning marked the activation of new pedestrian-activated flashing lights above a crosswalk near Mall Boulevard. The flashing lights are on Katie Avenue, east of Maryland Parkway, and between the Boulevard Mall and the Best on the Boulevard mall. The location is also just down the …

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25% of U.S. lenders prepare online for less risky payday loans post-pandemic

Payday lenders who have suffered the severe consequences of the pandemic are anxiously awaiting the end of most government programs in the United States. Those who follow the industry say high cost loans can never be fully paid off. Since 2020, the federal government has increased unemployment benefits, federal stimulus …

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