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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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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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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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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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US consumers can save billions with bank overdraft reform

In one of the first attempts to capture the impact of recent overdraft fee reforms, a new analysis finds changes underway at just five banks could save consumers more than $2 billion annually. The Pew Charitable Trusts reviewed announcements from Bank of America, Wells Fargo, US Bancorp, Truist Financial and …

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Kenyatta Signals Jubilee-ODM Alliance, dismisses UDA defections as inconsequential

Nairobi – President Uhuru Kenyatta has given the clearest indication that the Jubilee Party will pull together all its arsenals to ensure its allies clinch power in the 2022 elections. Kenyatta aired his feelings days ahead of the planned political pact between Jubilee and the Orange Democratic Movement party at …

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‘Iron Grain District’ in works for community of Republic, Mo., plans include commercial and residential development

REPUBLIC, Mo. (KY3) – A $65 million project known as the “Iron Grain District” is the work for the Republic community, an opportunity that would include major commercial and residential development. Mager Management, a Springfield-based company that has owned and managed nearly 200 properties over more than 40 years, is …

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Mendaki Tuition Program Fee Reduced from $210 to $10

SINGAPORE – Malay/Muslim students applying for the Mendaki Tuition Scheme (MTS) must pay an annual registration fee of just $10 starting this year – a steep drop from the previous $210. The Yayasan Mendaki self-help group hopes this will make affordable, quality tuition more accessible to low-income families. Mendaki Vice …

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Why didn’t Eastman issue an alert?

KINGSPORT, Tenn. (WJHL) — At approximately 7:27 a.m. Monday morning, a steam line at the Eastman Chemical Company’s Kingsport site failed, injuring five workers and sending unknown materials into a nearby neighborhood as the line continued to vent nearby high pressure steam. . Eastman: 5 injured after steam line failure, …

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Kenya flag bearer Kwanza will soon be known, says Mudavadi

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi addressing worshipers at St Faith ACK Church, Ongata Rongai. January 30, 2022. [Courtesy] Kenyans will have to wait a bit longer to find out who will be Kenya’s Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate for the August 9 general election. Speaking to the media after a church service …

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Cowboys award $250,000 to install new football field at Cedar Crest Community Center – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The Dallas Cowboys, through the National Football League Foundation’s Grassroots program, awarded $250,000 to Behind Every Door to install an artificial turf soccer field at Cedar Crest Community Center in the South Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas. Cedar Crest Community Center, formerly owned by the Salvation Army, has been a …

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On-demand payment puts financial freedom at your fingertips.

On-demand wages, also known as in-work wage access, are no longer just a want but a need for workers across the country. Gone are the days when employees had to wait two weeks for the money they had already earned. On-demand pay gives employees instant access to their earned but …

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Another violence switch killed in Baltimore as community reeling from gun violence

A man who worked on the front lines to prevent gun violence in Baltimore, Maryland, was fatally shot Wednesday night in a quadruple shooting on E. Monument Street in the McElderry Park neighborhood. DaShawn McGrier, 29, from Baltimore, worked as a violence interrupter for Safe Streets and is the third …

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IN YOUR CORNER: Community seeks to commemorate teenager as legal battle looms

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Members of the metropolitan community are hoping a local baseball field can commemorate a local teenager who was killed in a car crash. But the estate’s future remains uncertain as a legal battle continues. The battle for Davis Ballpark rages on. IN YOUR CORNER: Neighbors fight …

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Healthcare providers can expect to receive a reimbursement of $ 725 from CMS when using the Sentosa (R) SQ HIV-1 genotyping test based on NGS

FAIRFIELD, NJ, January 7, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Vela Diagnostics has announced that its Sentosa® The SQ HIV-1 genotyping test is covered for reimbursement by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) from January 2022. Based on the CMS 2022 Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory Fee Schedule, healthcare providers using the …

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Minnesota group strives to get more women of color on public company boards

Women have made incremental strides over the past 10 years in gaining more seats on the board of directors of public companies in Minnesota, but women of color, initially under-represented, have made little or no success. earnings. Among Minnesota public companies, the number of female directors increased from 129 to …

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Ruto unveils 50 lawyers to defend his program

Vice President William Ruto, who is linked to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), unveiled 50 young lawyers to defend him and the party’s agenda. Dubbed the “UDA Lawyers Brigade,” the team led by UDA Legal Secretary Edward Muriu spoke to the media on Monday, December 20. Lawyers have been tasked …

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Kenya: Ruto says critics oppose empowerment of ordinary Kenyans

Nairobi – Vice President William Ruto has said that his competitors have ganged up on him because they are against the empowerment of ordinary Kenyans. He said that only the bottom-up economic model led by the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) can transform the lives of ordinary citizens through the creation …

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Kenya: be careful, they could betray you – Ruto Alliés à Raila

Lodwar – Leaders allied with Vice President William Ruto have warned opposition leader Raila Odinga of a possible betrayal ploy following the launch of his presidential bid through the Azimio La initiative Umoja. Odinga launched his candidacy on Friday at a big show attended by thousands of people and a …

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“Industries will only progress when farmers are successful”

Business office: The Agricultural and Rural Development Forum of the Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) recently held a workshop on “Industry Contribution to Agricultural Economy Reforms” in Mahalgaon, Nagpur. The session was organized with the intention of informing farmers about government plans; marketing of agricultural products; progressive marketing; “Goushala – A …

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Ophelia Garmon-Brown, Charlotte physician and community leader, has passed away | DFA 90.7

Charlotte physician, minister and author Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown has died, according to a notice posted on the Novant Health site on November 17. She had battled cancer of the brain and kidneys. Garmon-Brown touched countless people with her work and was a celebrated community leader, having served on the Opportunities …

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Community Council 2 elects a new president

Morry Galonoy (Photo: Screenshot of Queens CB 2 – May 2021 board meeting held on Zoom) November 9, 2021 By Christian Murray Community Council 2 elected a new president Thursday evening along with a list of other leaders from its executive council. Morry Galonoy, who was appointed to Community Council …

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Governor Hochul announces start of construction of $ 22 million supportive housing development in central Harlem

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the start of construction of a $ 22 million LGBTQ supportive housing project for formerly homeless young adults. Known as Homeward Central Harlem, the development will include 50 apartments with on-site support services provided by Homeward NYC. “Every New Yorker deserves to have a safe …

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Claussen, Finch, Malone and Pilcher-Hayek win Iowa City Community School Board election

JP Claussen and Ruthina Malone were re-elected to the Iowa City Community School District Board of Directors. Jayne Finch and Maka Pilcher-Hayek were both elected for their first terms on the board. The other candidates for the three four-year terms on the board were Krista Burrus and Sheila Pinter. With …

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Voices from the community: We must end the abuse of women | Community voice

Women are mistreated, always mistreated. We have drawn attention to this locally; and Anita Hill, who testified at the Clarence Thomas hearing that he sexually harassed her, recently published a book, “Believing,” which details the ongoing abuse of women in our country. As she supports him so strongly, it must …

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Twitter bought messaging app to help improve DMs and communities

In an effort to strengthen its communities, Twitter acquired Sphere, a group chat app founded in 2016 that aims to make conversations more interactive and organized. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Sphere’s website describes the app as a place that “turns groups into vibrant communities.” Sphere was …

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Community Responds to Growing Endowments

After the endowment posted returns of 46.5%, some students requested additional spending on salaries and services. by Farah Lindsey-Almadani | 21/10/21 5h00 Last week the College announcement that its endowment increased 46.5% in 2021 to reach $ 8.5 billion. Dartmouth has allocated $ 335 million in this year’s operating budget, …

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State Food Vendors Donate to Fair Park Community – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Over 2.2 million people attended this year’s Texas State Fair and as construction crews dismantled displays at the fairgrounds, fair trade food vendors lined up to donate their surplus products. “It’s my happiest day at the State Fair of Texas,” said Christi Erpillo of Fernie’s Funnel Cakes. Erpillo said Fernie’s …

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Kiunjuri reveals secrets of how to win Mount Kenya votes

Service Party leader Mwangi Kiunjuri has revealed what it takes to ensure Vice President William Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga are assured of the votes from Mount Kenya. Speaking at Sisimunda Muthoni’s funeral in Mberee, Embu County on Saturday, October 16, Kiunjuri asserted that presidential …

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Nigeria Engaged in Global Campaign to End Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV, Says FG | The Guardian Nigeria News

• 63% of HIV positive women unable to access HIV care services• Nation records 22,000 new infections among children in 2020• The former boss of an oil company denounces the decline and the brain drain in the health sector The federal government has expressed its commitment to a global campaign …

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Biden Appoints Global HIV / AIDS Coordinator, Adds Members To Team

WASHINGTON – With the goal of defeating HIV by 2025 nationally and pledging to redouble efforts to fight the disease globally, President Joe Biden has put in place officials to make that happen. The White House kicked off the week with the announcement that John Nkengasong, who was a senior …

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CHAPMAN: Biden adopts new strategy to curb overdose deaths

Steve Chapman writes for the Chicago Tribune in addition to being a union columnist. A deadly plague continues to rage across America, and neither vaccines, face masks nor herd immunity can stop it. The drug overdose death epidemic has claimed more lives than COVID-19 and is more intractable. But the …

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The United States has enough COVID-19 vaccines for child booster and injections

The robust supply in the United States allowed President Joe Biden this week to pledge an additional 500 million doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 to be shared with the world, doubling the United States’ global contribution. Aid groups and health organizations have pushed the United States and other countries to improve …

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Defending the public good through two major pandemics

Colombia News sat down with Dean Dr. Linda P. Fried as Columbia Mailman’s centennial celebrations began. A pioneer in the science of aging, Fried teaches a course called “(Your) Longer Life” which is part of a public health concentration she designed for undergraduates at Barnard and Columbia. Fried is DeLamar …

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Newberg Community Testifies to School District Ban on Pride and BLM Symbols

On Wednesday evening, members of the Newberg school board heard testimony from nearly 50 residents and students, all weighing on the board’s ban on political symbols, which Vice President Brian Shannon introduced over the summer for the purpose of preventing teachers from displaying Pride and Black Lives Matter flags and …

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Opinion: Lady Luck finally smiles at Raila Odinga to become President of Kenya Kenya News

The swearing-in this week of veteran Zambian opposition Hakainde Hichilema as president of the southern African country has undoubtedly opened a new chapter in African politics. ODM leader Raila Odinga has said he is ready to face Vice President William Ruto in the 2022 duel. Photo: Raila Odinga.Source: Facebook His …

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LAUSD community members show support for state vax-or-test health ordinance – Daily News

From elected officials to labor groups, many members of the Unified Los Angeles community have expressed support for Governor Gavin Newsom’s latest health ordinance requiring school workers in California to get vaccinated for COVID-19 or undergo blood tests. coronavirus at least once a week. Since LAUSD officials previously announced that …

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College of Medicine Appoints Diversity Officer | News from the FIU

Cheryl Holder, MD, has been appointed Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Community Initiatives (ODEICI) at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (HWCOM). “In his new role, Dr Holder will lead HWCOM in creating new pipeline programs and advocating for inclusion and social justice in all aspects of HWCOM …

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Chembio Diagnostics Receives $ 28.3 Million Purchase Order

HAUPPAUGE, NY, July 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Chembio Diagnostics, Inc. (Nasdaq: CEMI), a leading point-of-care diagnostics company focused on infectious disease, today announced that it has received a purchase order of 28.3 million dollars from Bio-Manguinhos for the purchase of the DPP SARS-CoV-2 antigen tests from Chembio for delivery …

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Symetra Appoints Daniel Palermino SVP, Benefit Distribution and Service | National company

BELLEVUE, Washington – (BUSINESS WIRE) – July 14, 2021– Symetra Life Insurance Company today announced the appointment of Daniel Palermine as Senior Vice President, Benefit Distribution and Field Service. In this new role, Mr. Palermino will be responsible for all aspects of sales and field service activities across all of …

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Beyond drugs – Center for American Progress

Join the conversation on Twitter using #HumanizingHIVRresponse. On July 13, 2010, the Obama administration released the National HIV / AIDS Strategy (NHAS), the country’s first comprehensive roadmap to tackle the HIV epidemic. The strategy provided concrete targets on reducing new transmissions and increasing access to prevention, treatment and care. A …

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NIH Avant Garde Award for an innovative, ready-to-use concept to cure HIV and treat addiction

PICTURE: Linda Chang view After Credit: UMSOM University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) Professor of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Linda Chang, MD, MS, received the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Avant-Garde Prize 2021 (DP1) for research on HIV / AIDS and substance use disorders – a pioneering …

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Kenya: Public Universities Best at Evaluating Government Ministries and Departments

Public universities have emerged as the best performers in an assessment of the performance of government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) despite the financial difficulties that most of them go through. Universities dominated “functional categories for Crown corporations” in the 2018/2019 fiscal year, according to a recently released report by …

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Legislature seeks to stop collection of child support debts – only for some | New

California lawmakers proposed a budget to stop collecting child support from some parents receiving cash assistance, but the proposed solution was to remove those debtors in January. It is far from what you stand for. The state council budget is a debt to the government (to the family) for parents …

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Kenya Barris partners with Interscope to launch label and secures ViacomCBS deal

Kenya Barris left an indelible mark in the television world as the creator of the hit series “Black-ish” which spawned two other shows, “Grown-ish “and” Mixed-ish “. Today, the showrunner has decided to try his hand at the world of music by signing a joint venture with a major record …

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Coronavirus outbreaks in Kisumu, Kenya

KISUMU, Kenya – Before the President of Kenya and other leaders arrived at the end of May to mark a major holiday, health officials in Kisumu on Lake Victoria saw disaster brew. Coronavirus infections were skyrocketing, hospital isolation units were filling up and the highly contagious Delta variant had been …

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Payday loans trap consumers in “debt cobwebs”

Payday loans trap consumers in “debt cobwebs”

A payday loan can be a very attractive option when you need money quickly, regardless of your credit rating. To fill cash flow gaps, approximately 12 million Americans turn to a payday loan. These “cash advances”, or “check loan” are generally less than $ 500 and due back within two weeks. …

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