Monthly Archives: March 2022

Californians honor Cesar Chavez Day with community service

San Jose Mayor Volunteers at Martha’s Kitchen in Honor of Cesar Chavez Day In honor of Cesar Chavez Day, communities across California are participating in a day of community service on Thursday. That includes Martha’s Kitchen in San Jose, where Mayor Sam Liccardo volunteered Thursday morning, making sandwiches alongside other …

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Meta and Sama face legal action in Kenya over alleged poor working conditions – TechCrunch

Meta and Samaits main subcontractor for content moderation in Africa, face a lawsuit in Kenya for allegedly unsafe and unfair working conditions, if they do not respond to 12 demands on working conditions submitted to them. Nzili and Sumbi Advocates, the law firm representing Daniel Motaung, a former Sama employee …

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The smooth-talking scammer promised big wins as he cheated friends, family and his own wife out of £179,000

A smooth-talking scammer persuaded friends and family to invest £179,000 in bogus deals and bogus insurance plans. Robert Watkinson, 61, claimed to be a successful businessman who promised high returns on the investments he sought. With a flat in Southport and a cottage in the Ribble Valley, he flexed his …

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New study finds UV-LED lights can destroy coronavirus and HIV with the flick of a switch

The same light bulbs used in workplaces and commercial premises, according to a recent study from the U of T Scarborough, can destroy coronaviruses and HIV. UV-LED lamps, which can alternate between white light and disinfecting ultraviolet (UV) light, have been used to eliminate both viruses. According to Christina Guzzo, …

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Launch of a community-based tourism entrepreneurship initiative in Udupi district

The initiative plans to connect tourists with local micro-tourism entrepreneurs and women members of self-help groups The initiative plans to connect tourists with local micro-tourism entrepreneurs and women members of self-help groups The Udupi Zilla Panchayat has taken an initiative to promote tourism with local participation to encourage local entrepreneurship …

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Build a community

My first job as a journalist was in a small weekly (circulation: 1,500) that covered the rural town we lived in when my children were growing up. I was hired as a freelance journalist and photographer, paid (if I vaguely remember) about $1 an inch for articles and $3 for …

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Kenya to receive Ksh 450 million seized in Jersey

The governments of Kenya and Jersey have signed an asset and recovery agreement which will see the return of Ksh 450 million in seized proceeds of corruption. The agreement was signed between Jersey Attorney General Mark Temple QC and Kenya’s High Commissioner to the UK Ambassador Manoah Esipisu. The funds …

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Access to earned wages is gaining ground in Asia

The past year has been awash with news of funding rounds and product launches related to Earned Wage Access (EWA), which seems to have become one of the hottest topics in the fintech world right now. EWA, also known as early payday, is a financial service offered to workers, mostly …

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HIV-positive patients on antiretroviral therapy with protease inhibitors may have lower risk of COVID-19

A preliminary study to be presented at this year’s European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Lisbon, Portugal (April 23-26), suggests that people living with HIV who are on antiretroviral therapy (ART) with protease inhibitors (PIs), may have a lower risk of COVID-19 infection. The study is …

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How the former Liverpool keeper’s sense of timing helped shape his career

LEIPZIG, Germany — A trivial question for you: which current international has played under Rafa Benitez, Kenny Dalglish, Roy Hodgson, Roger Schmidt, Adi Hütter, Ralf Rangnick, Jesse Marsch, Julian Nagelsmann and Ralph Hasenhüttl? Another clue? He played in a semi-final of the Champions League and the European Championships. He is …

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Community Foundation welcomes new directors – The Morning Sun

The Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation announced the election of five new directors to its board: Bart Blystone, Karmen Fox, Sherry Knight, Ryan Longoria and Terrie Zitzelsberger. Blystone, Fox, Knight, Longoria and Zitzelsberger join nineteen other trustees at the head of the Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation, a tax-exempt public …

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Kenyans in distress as the cost of living spirals

By JAMES ANYANZWA Kenyan households are facing financial difficulties after soaring commodity prices amid soaring inflationary pressure, a weaker shilling and rising temperatures ahead of the August 8 general election . AZA Finance analysts said high inflation due to rising global commodity prices weighed heavily on the local currency, which …

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Niagara County Health Department Announces Reopening of Sexual Health Clinic

Fri, March 25, 2022 10:30 a.m. The Niagara County Health Department announced that the sexual health clinic will reopen on April 5. The clinic has been closed since March 2020 due to Niagara County’s COVID-19 response. “Our Sexual Health Clinic provides comprehensive, inexpensive sexual health services, and we are pleased …

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Local group expands to support working mothers nationwide

TULSA, Okla. – A local group helps raise working mothers. For many moms, motherhood can sometimes feel lonely. Motherboard Society hopes to remedy this feeling. It was formerly known as the “Boss Mom Crew”. It started as a small online community of moms rising up at the start of the …

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River Ridge, Univ. of Lynchburg team up for Community Health Fair

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — Through a partnership between River Ridge and Lynchburg University, the mall will host the largest regional health trade show the community has seen in the past two years on Friday. Presented by Lynchburg University, organizers say this free health fair – “Passport to Healthy Aging” – …

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Kenyan Billionaires You Didn’t Know Are Linked

The number of Kenyan businessmen joining the enviable list of billionaires continues to grow, with the majority making their fortunes in various sectors of the economy. The list involves a who-is-who across the gap with similar names appearing multiple times. Others, however, may not be easy to spot. However, unbeknownst …

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‘We can stop sinking’: Lawmakers celebrate anniversary of Illinois breakup with payday loans

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (NEXSTAR) – Legislatures on Wednesday celebrated the one-year anniversary of the passage of the Predatory Loan Prevention Act (PLPA). The PLPA sets a legal maximum interest rate for consumer loans of 36%. The bill, which was part of the Legislative Black Caucus’ economic justice agenda, passed both houses …

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Gay man rejects mediation after filing complaint with support group

After weeks of back-and-forth between a San Francisco gay man and the organizers of a support group for people living with HIV over 50, he decided not to join the group after being victimized of what he described as humiliating and shameful comments from fellow band members, as well as …

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SaySo partners with Blue Cross NC to launch housing fund for youth in foster care

“Every year, hundreds of young people grow old North Carolina foster care system, and too often fall through the cracks of the system,” said jesse thomas, Vice President of Medicaid and General Manager of Healthy Blue for Blue Cross NC. “Funding for this program is critical to supporting the health …

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Community foundation, student philanthropy groups award 25 grants | News, Sports, Jobs

TR PHOTOS BY SUSANNA MEYER – Julie Hitchins, executive director of the Community Foundation of Marshall County, provided an update on the organization at the annual grant awards ceremony held Tuesday evening. The Community Foundation of Marshall County (CFMC) held its annual grant awards ceremony Tuesday evening on the campus …

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Kenya Cup champion Janet Okello lands Japanese transfer : The Standard Sports

Kenya Lionesses Janet Okello in action against Madagascar at the Sevens Solidarity Camp in Tunisia.[Courtesy] Kenya Lionesses star Janet ‘Shebesh’ Okello has joined Japanese women’s rugby club MIE Pearls. The experienced winger scored two tries as his Mwamba side edged out Impala Roans 15-11 to be crowned the inaugural Kenya …

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Brown study shows suspending needle service programs would lead to increased HIV infections

Last month, a study published by university researchers used a simulation model to show that suspending needle service programs would lead to an increase in HIV infections. According to the CDC’s website, PHCs “provide a range of services, including a link to treatment for substance use disorders; access to and …

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Volunteers Wanted for Cleanups, Community Giveaway | News

the Jenkins-Donelson Foundationa nonprofit that provides food and necessities to those in need, will be hosting a community giveaway on Sunday, March 27 from 1-4 p.m. at the Juke Box Diner, 8637 Sudley Road in Manassas. Volunteers are needed from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to help set up, unload …

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NOC-K partners with IHF and Kenya Handball Federation to launch training project

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not to be placed behind …

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Why protecting immunocompromised people is key to ending the pandemic – The Wire Science

An illustrated model of the novel coronavirus. Image: CDC/Unsplash Many calls to protect immunocompromised patients have missed a crucial public health point: by protecting people with weakened immune systems, we all protect ourselves. The creation of variants is driven by the amount of replicating virus in existence. Whether evolutionary branching …

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Bringing personal finance into the Generation Z classroom

“If it’s mandated, everyone gets access,” said Rebecca Maxcy, director of the Financial Education Initiative at the University of Chicago. updated Mar 18, 2022 9:32pm ET While progress among states is encouraging, there is still more work to be done, said Nan J. Morrison, president and executive director of the …

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Push to expand New York Community School Program

SARANAC LAKE, NY (WCAX) – A program in New York’s North Country that helps students and families in need thrive. They expect a lot of money in the state budget this year. The pantry is just one part of the Saranac Lake Central School District Community School curriculum. “We bring …

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Kenya receives $750 million boost to support post-pandemic economic transformation

In an effort to help accelerate Kenya’s ongoing inclusive and resilient recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, the World Bank has approved a $750 million Development Policy Operation (DPO) that will help strengthen fiscal sustainability through reforms that contribute to greater transparency and the fight against corruption. The DPO is the …

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How to get a loan when you are unemployed

Our goal here at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS number 1681276, hereinafter referred to as “Credible”, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote products from our partner lenders that reward us for our services, all opinions are our own. If you …

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ACTG and Shionogi Announce Progress of Global Phase 3 Trial of Novel COVID-19 Oral Antiviral Agent S-217622

LOS ANGELES and OSAKA, Japan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG), the world’s largest HIV research network that has expanded its focus to include evaluating outpatient COVID-19 treatments, and Shionogi & Co., Ltd., a global pharmaceutical company headquartered in Osaka, Japan with a long-standing commitment to the research and development …

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The paradox of how antidepressants are tested

Hugh Davies explains that the key rules for experiments on people are set out in the Declaration of Helsinki. “Although the primary goal of medical research is to generate new knowledge, this goal can never override the rights and interests of individual research subjects,” he says. Based on this, the …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Girl Scout cookies bring joy to staff at Monadnock Community Hospital

Monadnock Community Hospital received $2,700 worth of Girl Scout cookies on March 7, donated by the Greater Monadnock Rotary Club through the Hometown Heroes program run by Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains. “This giveaway was a win-win for everyone involved,” said Kelli Brown, director of fund development …

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Multiple failures contributed to Kenya’s deadly 2020 Manda Bay attack

A Dash 8 Bomber during the al Shabaab attack on Manda Bay. Inadequate force protection, inadequate understanding of the threat, inadequate security force preparation and problems with mission command were some of the contributing factors that led to the deadly Al Shabaab attack in January 2020 against Manda Bay in …

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Bronco Partners Debt Consolidation Scam 2022

Advertisement Disclosure: We earn referral fees from advertisers. Learn more is BroncoPartners a scam? We let you be the judge. Bronco Partners lures you in by sending you direct mail with a “personalized invite code” and a low interest rate of 3% to 4% to consolidate your high-interest credit card …

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Trust: Fundamentals of Construction and Fire Services

The classic movie, “Backdraft,” offers our profession countless one-liners. Perhaps the most memorable of these is captured in a very tense moment when Kurt Russell’s character, Stephen McCaffrey, refuses to let go of John “Axe” Adcox, who is played by Scott Glenn, saying, “You go. , we are going there.” …

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Community replaces wheelchair-style stroller stolen from 5-year-old who can’t walk – Boston 25 News

WORCESTER, Mass. – Last Tuesday, as 5-year-old Ariel Nguyen was getting ready for school, his father placed his wheelchair stroller outside the front door. He says he came back a few minutes later and was gone. “When the bus came I just went over there and where is he? Where’s …

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Arrested General Overseer Plans To Use 54 Marijuana Wraps During Kenya Crusade

The National Drug Enforcement Agency arrested the General Overseer of Christ Living Hope Church, Reverend Ugochukwu Emmanuel Ekwem, at Murtala Muhammed International Airport with hard drugs. The preacher was arrested on his way to Nairobi, the Kenyan capital, for a three-week crusade. NDLEA spokesman Mr. Femi Babafemi, who made the …

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Google Profits From “Predatory” Loan Ads Promising Instant Money | Google

Google is benefiting from ads promoting “instant” cash and loans delivered “faster than pizza,” despite promises to protect users from “deceptive and harmful” financial products. The ads were served to people in the UK searching for terms like ‘quick money now’ and ‘need money help’, directing users to companies offering …

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Kinsley urges end to FDA policy on gay men donating blood

North Carolina’s top health official, joined by public health officials from eight other states and the District of Columbia, calls on the Food and Drug Administration to lift a three-month waiting period for gay men sexually active to donate blood. On Thursday, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kody …

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Vatican says it is available for ‘any kind of mediation’ to help stop war in Ukraine

Andrey Melnichenko’s mega yacht is seized by Italian finance police in Trieste, Italy on March 12. (Giorgio Boemo/Reuters) Italian finance police seized Russian oligarch Andrey Melnichenko’s mega yacht in Trieste, Italy on Friday evening. The Guardia di Finanza made the announcement in a statement released Friday evening. Called “SY A”, …

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From then to now for the LGBT community

Twenty years ago, Jenny Bell was living “in the closet” as a married man with three children. Bell felt quite lost in a community that lacked accessible resources, education, and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. In 2002, Perceptions was launched. providing education, resources, networking and advocacy …

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State-owned company Nock will import a third of Kenya’s petroleum products

National oil service station [Courtesy] The National Oil Corporation of Kenya (Nock) could be given a lifeline after the Ministry of Petroleum offered the company to import almost a third of all petroleum products consumed in the country. In a draft regulation, the loss-making state-owned marketing company will be allowed …

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The expiration of the child tax credit is likely to push 97,000 New Jersey children back into poverty

The expiration of the child tax credit is likely to push 97,000 New Jersey children back into poverty For Immediate Release Contact: Louis Di Paolo (NJPP): 201-417-5049 (mobile) or [email protected] Marking the one-year anniversary of America’s bailout plan, new state-level data released by the Economic Security Project shows how nearly …

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AIDS-defining illnesses: pneumonia, meningitis, etc.

AIDS-defining illnesses are illnesses that occur in people living with HIV. They are one of the indications that HIV has progressed to AIDS, the most severe form of the disease. AIDS-defining illnesses can vary in severity, and some occur more frequently than others. According to Centers for Disease Control and …

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Nelson W. Aldrich Jr., Old Money Dissector, Dies at 86

Nelson W. Aldrich Jr., an author and magazine editor who relentlessly scrutinized his fellow heirs to the American aristocracy, primarily in “Old Money: The Mythology of Wealth in America,” which one reviewer called “a book of ‘Self-Help for Those Who Have Too Much,’ died Tuesday at his home in North …

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Parks, trails and sports infrastructure among favorite community assets, but funding remains unstable

This broadcast season, KSMU’s “Making a Difference” program is shifting gears. Through a series of panel discussions aired once a month, we examine each chapter of the 2021 Community Direction Report for Springfield and Greene County. The CFR is a biennial report that assesses the community’s strengths, gaps, opportunities and …

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Kenya among 13 countries set to dominate world trade

Kenya has been named among the 13 countries that will dominate world trade by 2030. In the Future of Trade 2030 A report released by Standard Chartered, a UK-based financial institution, indicated that Kenya is one of the countries that will be the main drivers of global export activity in …

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Using technology to improve financial inclusion in the United States

Through Ismail Amla, Executive Vice President, Professional Services, NCR Corporation The benefits of financial inclusion are well known and numerous. Households that don’t have access to bank accounts or relatively affordable mechanisms to receive, pay, and spend money end up using a significantly higher percentage of their income on expensive, …

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The Most Innovative Companies in Healthcare, Biotech and More, According to Fast Company

fast company on Tuesday released its 2022 edition of the “World’s Most Innovative Companies” list, which recognizes hundreds of organizations across 52 industries, including healthcare, biotech, medicine/therapeutics, medical devices and consumer goods. -to be. For each sector, the publication included a list of the 10 most innovative companies. Besides, fast …

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Philly anti-violence grant funds are too hard to come by, nonprofits say

Support for small non-profits The city provided two liaisons to help recipients with repayments and purchases, which some nonprofit groups said they found helpful when filing their expenses. But how well an organization can navigate the process depends a lot on the size of the organization, how much money it …

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Community organization calls on Mayor Adams to rework his plan to end gun violence

March 09, 2022, 01:17Updated 1 hour ago By: News 12 Staff A community organization has submitted a signing letter demanding that Mayor Eric Adams rework his plan to end gun violence. The letter from “Communities United for Police Reform” includes signatures from other community organizations in each borough. He says …

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Kenya Moore Recommends This $17 Tool For “Pain-Free” Hair Removal

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships, so we may receive compensation for certain links to products and services. The stars of the real housewives franchises are known for many things, but their glam teams top the list. They are always fabulous and ready to shoot! It’s extravagant, and we love seeing …

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Household debt up $1 trillion | on your debt

It was recently reported that Americans owe over $1 trillion in 2021. To put that in perspective, that’s just over $2,750 for each person in the country. This is the largest amount in 14 years. Higher borrowing will be fueled in part by rising prices as consumers deal with the …

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Varying ranges of hospital services widen gaps in care, study finds

For-profit hospitals are more likely to discontinue less profitable services than public and nonprofit hospitals, new research shows. According to an analysis of data on 2,500 city hospitals from 2004 to 2019 published in Health Affairs on Monday. This variation resulted in a shortage of less profitable services such as …

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Talking Horses: Justice For Punters reboots timely ahead of Cheltenham | Horses race

Jhe biggest week of the year for racing betting turnover is almost upon us and here are the adverts full of pumped up punters, projecting the image of the game the bookmakers want you to see: bonuses, free bets, four dizzying days of fun and frolicking in the west country …

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COMMUNITY EVENTS | Perry County News

The Perry County News is pleased to announce events of local interest as a service to our readers and the community. Information should be sent to The News at PO Box 309, Tell City, IN 47586. Information can also be faxed to 812-547-2847 or emailed to [email protected] Please include a …

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Wu Ashun scores four-stroke win at Kenya Open

Wu Ashun clinched victory at the Magical Kenya Open as a closing 65 gave him an emphatic four-stroke win in Nairobi. Ranking -16 Wu -12 Long, Cockerill, Laurent -11 Horsepower -10 Pavon, Gavins Report Wu Ashun clinched victory at the Magical Kenya Open as a closing 65 gave him an …

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For best results, home dialysis is superior

March 04, 2022 2 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Disclosures: Weinhandl reports having previously consulted with Fresenius Medical Care, Outset Medical and Quanta DT on epidemiological research and having held volunteer positions on the board of Home Dialyzors United and Medical Education Institute. ADD A SUBJECT …

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The Philadelphia City Council is moving toward the nascent nation’s first municipal bank

The City Council voted 15-1 to pass legislation Thursday that will usher in the creation of the Philadelphia Public Financial Authority. The company aims to provide credit and improve access to credit and other financial services for disadvantaged communities. It is also seen as the first step towards establishing its …

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Greg Abbott doesn’t care about trans kids

Texas politicians continue to weigh in on health issues that literally have nothing to do with them. Recently, following an advisory written by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Governor Greg Abbott sent a letter to the Department of Family and Protective Services calling on them to investigate any reports of …

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Parent Reaches Settlement With Rochester Community Schools Over Firing Scandal: What You Need To Know

ROCHESTER, Mich. – A settlement has been reached between Rochester Community Schools and a parent who accused the school board of having him fired from his job for social media posts that were critical of the district’s response to the pandemic. As many districts did when the pandemic hit, Rochester …

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Kenya Pipeline Company contains Kisumu oil spill » Capital News

KISUMU, Kenya, March 4 – The Kenya Pipeline Company has finally contained the oil spill that was detected along the Sinendet-Kisumu oil pipeline in the Kanyamedha region on Thursday. Pipeline Company chief executive Macharia Irungu said in a statement on Friday that the emergency response team was dispatched to the …

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WHO responds to growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine

March 3, 2022 – The World Health Organization has called on senior officials involved in the Russian invasion of Ukraine to ensure access for the delivery of essential medical, surgical and trauma supplies to help the Ukrainian people and refugees in neighboring countries. A shortage of oxygen, insulin, cancer therapies …

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Community-loved Globe waitress dies after liver transplant

GLOBE, Arizona (3TV/CBS 5) — We have an update on a story Arizona’s Family first told you about in September when the Globe-Miami community raised over $100,000 for a local waitress who was in desperate need of a heart transplant. liver. Sadly, the owners of the El Ranchito Cafe restaurant …

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Kenya Railways makes adjustments to SGR service

The Kenya Railways Corporation on Wednesday (March 2) announced adjustments to its Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) service following the closure of schools. In a statement seen by Kenyans.co.keKenya Railways has announced that it will add coaches to the Madaraka Express train to accommodate student traffic which is expected to increase. …

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Chinese companies implicated in financial violations in India: report

ANI | Updated: March 02, 2022 10:06 IS New Delhi [India], March 2 (ANI): Since the Covid-19 pandemic, China has been trying to present itself as a reliable partner for economic recovery. But just like China’s vaccines, which have raised questions about effectiveness, the country’s partnership in economic recovery is …

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Can anyone report on the real Ginni Thomas? The truth is out there — GetReligion

If it’s the end of winter, it must be time to report on the Supreme Court of the United States, its upcoming decisions and in particular its most senior judge, Clarence Thomas. Thomas is also the only black judge, although that may change as President Joe Biden is set to …

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR | News | logandaily.com

TOPS – 6 p.m. – Every Monday – Take Off Pounds Sensably – First Baptist Church, 399 Norwood Ave. Let’s talk about health – 2-3 p.m., every Tuesday, Hocking County Public Library, Logan Branch. Retired doctor Harry Guda will discuss all things health and illness. Euchre – 7 p.m. – …

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