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Stephen Yohay recognized by ACI Healthca...

ACI will unveil a plaque honoring Mr. Yohay’s years of service and contribution to the organization, including working to secure its new Brooklyn facility. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, USA, May 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Stephen Yohay, former CEO of ACI Healthcare Group, has been recognized by the organization for more than five decades of service to […]

Volunteers spend a day beautifying Birds...

Local groups and community volunteers dedicated a day to Beautify Birdsboro on April 30. “By creating a more beautiful neighborhood, we are creating a community that wants to continue to sustain our community,” said Bruce Godfrey, chairman of the Birdsboro Parks & Recreation Board. The Birdsboro Parks & Recreation Board has hosted the annual Beautify […]

Opening of the Aviation Museum Walt Disn...

The Museum of Flight is opening a new traveling exhibit, The Walt Disney Studios and World War II in Seattle, Washington, according to the Aviation museum website. What is happening: If you’re going to be in Seattle, Washington, you’ll want to check out the Museum of Flight. They will open a brand new traveling exhibit […]

Michael Novinson joins Ismg’s global edi

Princeton, NJ, May 04, 2022 — (PR.com) — Information Security Media Group Corp. (ISMG) is pleased to welcome Michael Novinson as the new Cybersecurity Industry Editor. An industry veteran, Novinson was security editor at The Channel Company for eight years – specializing in cybersecurity for six years. With recent hiring activity and acquisitions, ISMG continues […]

Richard V. Keegan, Jr. – Star News Group

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March of the Yellow Vests after the re-e...

Ramin Mazaheri TV press, Paris For the first time since the presidential election, Yellow Vests marched across the country, expressing their disbelief that Emmanuel Macron had been re-elected despite his unprecedented crackdown on the group. They were greeted by a huge police presence, armed to the teeth. The government continues to intimidate not only yellow […]

Best Video Game Bodyguards, Ranked

There are many video game characters that sit near the top of their world’s hierarchy. For the most part, these characters are a kind of royalty, but there have also been some surprising deviations from that norm. Into the fantasy worlds filled with such people, must also come those charged with protecting these elites from […]

The political balance of Twitter after t...

There was a major upheaval on Twitter after news broke yesterday that Elon Musk has reached a definitive agreement to buy the platform. The ‘byebyetwitter’ hashtag started trending as users apparently upset about the change in ownership began deleting their accounts, and news broke today that some left-wing leaders had lost thousands of followers. On […]

World Premiere of Dazu Cave Carving Micr...

CHONGQING, China, April 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to the Dazu Rock Academy, after nearly two years of planning and production, the Dazu Rock Carvings micro-videos will soon be released worldwide. Baoding mountain of Dazu rock carvings. (Photo/ Luo Guojia) (PRNewsfoto/iChongqing) To make Dazu a world-famous cultural center and enhance the international influence of Dazu […]

Viñedos Familia Chadwick forms partnersh

Advertisement April 19, 2022 – Viñedos Familia Chadwick Group has announced its partnership with international wine and spirits importer, Shaw-Ross International Importers. The launch will affect the entire Viñedos Familia Chadwick portfolio, which includes Errázuriz, Arboleda, Seña and Viñedo Chadwick. Shaw-Ross will be the sole agent for the entire wine and vintage portfolio of Errázuriz […]

San Francisco Bay Area guitarist/songwri...

“Refuge”, the new CD of the George Cotsirilos Quartet. [During the pandemic] it was getting harder and harder to try on the parts, so it took a while to get them to a point where we were all happy with them. But I was sure it would all come together. RICHMOND, CA (PRWEB) April […]

shock, sadness but feeling ‘stale’ club

After a resounding 3-2 win over Everton, Sean Dyche left the pitch in a fierce roar of celebration. Around him, his players hugged and clapped their hands. “We ain’t fucking dead yet,” cried Nick Pope. Survival was watching, belief abounded. Ten days later, Burnley head into Sunday’s game against West Ham four points from safety […]

Report: Summer will see ‘painful and unn

In an attempt to build a roster devoid of holes in some areas, an Edmonton Oilers reporter suggests he’s hearing whispers from members of the media more closely connected to the franchise that there might be changes this offseason for the team. Unfortunately, this reporter suggests that the changes could be painful and unnecessary. Most […]

Jazz Suites by Jarek Śmietana (Jazz Cafe

Violinist/composer/arranger Alicja Śmietana has prepared a very special concert program to celebrate the life and music of her late father, one of the legends of Polish jazz, guitarist Jarek Śmietana (1951-2013). With her on stage at the Jazz Cafe POSK on Saturday April 23, a leading British trio: James Pearson on piano, Jeremy Brown on […]

USWNT vs Uzbekistan: US Football Live St...

The United States women’s national team is scheduled to play two friendlies against Uzbekistan starting on Saturday. This will be the first time the two sides will face off in their respective histories. Uzbekistan is ranked 48th overall and ended up being the USWNT’s opponent in this international window due to availability and thanks to […]

Potential juror in penalty phase asks to...

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Judges have likely heard jurors give reasons not to sit on a panel, especially in a high-profile case. But a South Florida judge was probably shaking his head after hearing this one. >> Read more trending news On Monday, a prospective juror told Broward County Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer that his […]

GOP moderates send a message to the Supr...

By breaking with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) over Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, three moderate Republicans have sent a clear message that they are not happy with the way the confirmation procedures of the Supreme Court have become partisan. The senses. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Susan Collins (Maine) and Mitt Romney (Utah) have strongly rejected […]

Pocatello educators win teaching ‘Oscars

Little did teachers Tiffany Lemos and Dane Beorchia know they would each leave their schools on March 18 with $25,000 to spend on whatever they want. Or that Oprah Winfrey would congratulate them and 60 other national recipients of this year’s Milken Educator Awards, also known as the “Oscars” for teachers. Winners can spend their […]

How Men Die From Lack of Attention – Del

Brett Kavanaugh was Donald Trump’s nominee for the United States Supreme Court. Recently, a friend showed me a sobering graph about the gender disparity in suicide rates between men and women. While women tend to attempt suicide more often than men (and have suicidal thoughts more frequently), men are more “successful” in performing the act. […]

We are all called to be an authentic wit...

Joseph F. Naumann is Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas. by Bishop Joseph F. Naumann On March 25-26, Benedictine College hosted its 11th Annual Culture Transformation Symposium. The theme of this year’s symposium was: “See how they love each other: community and the new evangelization”. The closing keynote speaker was Sherry Weddell, […]

Tour Dates, Line-Ups & More

There are few better musical pairings than rock and country. Well, Lakefront Music Fest is that mixture in festival form. With one day devoted to classic rock and the other devoted to country music, this festival is an absolute match made in heaven. But before you head to Prior Lake, Minnesota, this summer, there are […]

Glenn McNaughton Obituary (2022) – Stoug

Glenn Dean McNaughton STOUGHTON – Glenn Dean McNaughton, 78, of Stoughton, beloved husband, father, friend, teacher and coach, crossed the finish line after an impressive time, Thursday, March 17, 2022. He was at home and surrounded by his family. Glenn spent 35 years as a math teacher at Monona Grove and Stoughton High Schools, after […]

Superior Beverage Group Acquires Royal D...

CANTON, Ohio, March 23, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Royal Docks Brewing Co. announced last week that Superior Beverage Group had acquired the franchise rights to distribute its portfolio of brands in 58 Ohio counties. “We look forward to making our full line of brands available to more retailers and consumers across the state. We would like […]

Enrique Tarrio’s indictment has already

“1776 Returns,” a nine-page document federal prosecutors obtained as part of its case against former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio, could give us a window into the group’s plans to storm the streets. government buildings on Jan. 6, 2021. Not specifically mentioning the Capitol building, the document would offer a five-point plan by Jan. 6 […]

LabOps Unite, Members-Only Lab Operation...

Seven distinguished appointments follow the steady growth of the only professional organization dedicated to the field of LabOps. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — LabOps unitea members-only professional organization dedicated to uplifting and inspiring LabOps professionals through community, research and development, today announced its first community-based leadership team. The roles will advance the cause […]

How Shanghai White Rabbit Candy Became a...

(CNN) — When ice cream maker Adrienne Borlongan first experimented with a white rabbit flavor, she thought it tasted like “cheap vanilla.” Within weeks of adding it to the rotating lineup at her Los Angeles boutique, Wanderlust Creamery, visitors were about as enthusiastic as she was. But when Borlongan posted a photo of an ice […]

“One village is enough.” A glimpse of i

ORISKANY – Past the farm silos along Cider Street, a former airport hangar that has been transformed into an imaginary city has been transformed into a “cityscape”. In this staged setting, law enforcement officers practice dangerous situations within the confines of the facades of the fictional Rosterfield High School, the Red Stripe Bar & Grill, […]

Jazz returns to the Make Out room

Music has come back strong in the Mission in recent months, with at least half a dozen restaurants and venues performing acts several times a week, including Zeitgeist, Arkana, the Royal Cuckoo, Gestalt Bar, The Rite Spot and The Chapel. But no surviving venue in the neighborhood has supported adventurous improvisation more than the Make […]

CHOP-led study finds bortezomib improves...

Philadelphia, March 10, 2022—Adding the proteasome inhibitor bortezomib to chemotherapy significantly improved the overall survival of children and young adults with newly diagnosed T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma (T-LL), according to a Children’s Oncology study Group (COG) conducted by researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (HACHER). This international phase 3 clinical trial also found that radiation could […]

Meet American Idol 2022 Champion Contest...

From top 10 finalists to slew of musical hopefuls, New Jersey singers are no strangers to “American Idol” — and another recently joined the ranks of Garden State’s celebrity seekers. Camryn Champion, 16, from Lumberton, started living up to her family name when she won a Golden Ticket to Hollywood at the show’s 20th season […]

Pixar’s Latest Movie Cleverly Explores F

Say what you will about the studio’s random sequels, whether it’s with Woody and Buzz or Lightning McQueen, but nothing beats a good, highly creative Pixar original. Case in point: the new “Turning Red,” which manages to be a bit of kaiju monster jam, a loving homage to nerdy boy bands, and the rare Disney […]

Elsa Klensch, pioneer of television fash...

Elsa Klensch, who was among the first to bring fashion to television screens with CNN’s “Style with Elsa Klensch” in the 1980s, has died aged 92 in New York City, CNN has confirmed. For two decades, she gave CNN viewers a front row seat on runways around the world, including New York, Milan and Paris. […]

EU member states to spend 18 billion eur...

The 22 countries whose ‘recovery and resilience’ spending plans have been approved by the European Commission are set to spend billions on clean energy installations, with the money to be disbursed in three instalments until the end of next year. March 3, 2022 max room The European Commission has revealed that some €17.8 billion of […]

Cegedim and Groupe Malakoff Humanis, Gro...

Cegedim and gMalakoff Group HumanisGroupe VYV and PRO BTP are in exclusive talks As it concerns the participation in Cegedim Health Boulogne-Billancourt, France, March 1st2022 after market The Cegedim Group and the Malakoff Humanis, Groupe VYV and PRO BTP mutuals are in talks with a view to acquiring a stake in Cegedim Santé, the Group’s […]

Bruce Arians should reevaluate his futur...

Bruce Arians signed to stay with a Buccaneers team that was in contention for another Super Bowl in 2022. It’s not that team. Today just showed everyone how tough things are for the Buccaneers in 2022. If you still think this team is a Super Bowl contender, hats off to you. Your loyalty is impressive, […]

Boris Johnson at business roundtable to ...

Boris Johnson at a business roundtable to discuss limiting Russia’s access to UK financial services Thursday, February 24, 2022 – 09:40 UTC Prime Minister Johnson thanked the financial services industry for efforts to enforce sanctions and work together to deter […]

Mark Lanegan, Screaming Trees singer and...

Mark Lanegan, the singer whose raspy baritone and dark, poetic songwriting made Screaming Trees a staple of Seattle’s grunge scene and won him an acclaimed solo career, died Tuesday at age 57. “Our beloved friend Mark Lanegan passed away this morning at his home in Killarney, Ireland,” a message on Lanegan’s Twitter account, who called […]

Smallville Star Tom Welling Addresses Al...

Smallville’s Tom Welling speaks to co-star Allison Mack – who has been sentenced to prison – while discussing the series’ animated sequel. Smallville Star Tom Welling has broken his silence on co-star Allison Mack after he was sentenced to prison for his role in the NXIVM sex trafficking and forced labor cult. At Fan Expo […]

Statue of General Douglas MacArthur in K...

“MacArthur is the enemy of our people,” Ahn said in an interview at his home near Incheon, a South Korean port city located an hour’s drive west of Seoul. Ahn has lived there since the late 1990s, when he was released from a South Korean prison on humanitarian grounds after spending 40 years behind bars. […]

DelVal policy harms student-athletes wit...

By Peter and Jo Ann Eckley | Bucks County Mail Schedules We wanted to bring to your attention an urgent issue with Delaware Valley University’s new travel policy, which was revised on January 11, 2022. Our son Daniel is a sophomore wrestler in college. He is unvaccinated, has completed an exemption form, and has fully […]

F1 race director Ross Brawn defends McLa...

Formula 1 is introducing its biggest change to regulations in over 3 decades during the 2022 season. The new regulations hope to bring competitors closer together and promote better racing. But F1 chief executive Ross Brawn doesn’t think it will drastically change the grid’s pecking order. ADVERTISING The article continues below this ad Braun mentioned […]

Canada truck convoy donors names leaked ...

LONDON/TORONTO, Feb 14 (Reuters) – A website dedicated to disseminating leaked data says it received a slew of donor information from a Canadian movement opposed to pandemic health measures after a platform fundraiser popular with the group’s supporters was allegedly hacked. Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoS) said on its website Sunday night that it had […]

Darth Vader puts the Acolytes of the Aft...

In Darth Vader #20, the most powerful Sith Lord in the Star Wars universe sent a terrifying message to his rivals with his deadly lightsaber. Warning: The following contains spoilers for Darth Vader #20, on sale now from Marvel Comics. There weren’t many people in the star wars galaxy that survived by standing up to […]

Marilyn Stewart obituary (2022) – The Th

April 18, 1944 – February 9, 2022It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Marilyn Doreen Stewart on February 9, 2022 in Thunder Bay, Ontario, surrounded by her loving family. Marilyn was a kind, generous and loving soul who will be deeply missed by so many. Marilyn was born on April 18, […]

The lab gives nursing students practical...

UIC courses simulate clinical environments to reveal practices and career challenges CHICAGO, February 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Illinois Medical District (IMD), two miles west of the Chicago Loop, is one of the world’s premier health technology centers. The 560-acre campus is home to four main hospitals and more than 40 innovative healthcare-related institutions. The […]

Vera Bradley’s Tom Giacalone nominated f

FORT WAYNE, Indiana, Feb. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Vera Bradley, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRA; “Vera Bradley” or the “Company”), a leading American lifestyle company, today announced that Tom Giacalone, The Vice President, Digital for its Brand Vera Bradley, has been named to Signifyd’s list of 2022 Most Influential in Ecommerce, a group of commerce leaders […]

Carolyn Ruth Tidlund | Obituary

PRESCOTT, AZ—Carolyn Ruth Tidlund, 83, was welcomed home by the Lord on Wednesday, January 26, 2022. Carolyn was born on April 22, 1938 to John and Dorothy Varga. She grew up in Chippewa Falls, WI, and graduated from Chippewa Falls High School in 1956. She went on to earn a degree in education from Taylor […]

Bath leaders differ over mission of new ...

Bath councilors have formed a new rabies committee to contact surrounding towns to discuss a regional approach to tackling rabies, but some councilors disagree on what that regional approach should look like . Bath and some surrounding communities have been trying to tackle rabies after a series of attacks on people and domestic animals by […]

Trump’s GOP: the party is further streng

SALT LAKE CITY — In 2016, Donald Trump overtook the Republican National Committee with a shock and awe campaign that stunned party leaders. In 2020, the party was forced to support him as Republican incumbent president. As 2024 approaches, however, the Republican Party has a choice. The RNC, which controls party rules and infrastructure, has […]

Beneficial Remote Blood Pressure Monitor...

Embargoed until 4:00 a.m. CT / 5:00 a.m. ET Thursday, February 3, 2022 NEW ORLEANS, February 3, 2022 — A new strategy using telehealth to monitor blood pressure at home for several months immediately following a stroke has had a positive impact on patient engagement and blood pressure control in people who live in historically […]

Why the US Supreme Court needs a black j...

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. With the resignation of US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, President Biden is seeking to fulfill his campaign promise to appoint the first-ever black woman to the court. This […]

Hybrid palliation saves critically ill b...

Undergo a hybrid procedure A hybrid procedure combines minimally invasive catheter techniques performed by Zampi with surgical techniques performed by Romano. “When we talk about a hybrid procedure, it means any procedure where you combine surgical and catheter-based techniques at the same time,” Zampi said. “Dr. Romano and I work closely together – shared decision-making […]

Willem Dafoe hosts Cujo Arena’s “Badmini

People will go out of their way to take care of their dogs. This Saturday Night Live The sketch highlights the weirdest dogs and the things owners do to appease them. A tour of the Westminster Dog Show, Willem Dafoe and Aidey Bryant host the Badminster Dog Show, sponsored by Thunder Shirt (like in the […]

In North Carolina, a pitched battle agai...

But the high stakes reflect what may be happening elsewhere – and in some cases it already is. In Ohio, state Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine last fall rejected calls to recuse himself from redistricting lawsuits in which his father — Gov. Mike DeWine, a Republican — was a defendant. Days later, the state’s Republican […]

In the ‘chemo brain’, researchers see cl

Back in the first wave of the pandemic, Michelle Monje worried about the power of Covid-19 to confuse the brain. Seeing the massive inflammatory response to the virus and the first signs of what has become known as Covid’s long brain fog, she was reminded of the ‘chemo brain’ that cancer patients have mind-numbing side […]

The Federal Reserve examines the pros an...

As you can tell by our time on the program today, Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell has a lot on his plate right now. Degressive. Rise in interest rates. Probably impressing other Fed governors with his Wordle scores. Another issue high on the president’s to-do list? If the Fed should create its own digital currency, […]

News – In Memoriam: Martha Sharp Joukows

January 25, 2022 Martha Sharp Joukowsky at the opening of Brown University, 2015. Courtesy Joukowsky Institute for Archeology and the Ancient World, Brown University. It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Martha Sharp Joukowsky and offer our deepest condolences to her family, friends and colleagues. Martha died on […]

How Startup Insurers Captured Medicare A...

Alignment, Bright Health Group and other insurers with a strong presence in California all suffered from competitor SCAN Health Plan’s aggressive benefit design during the annual enrollment period, said Ari Gottlieb, principal at A2 Strategy Group. The for-profit player grew its Medicare Advantage enrollment 16.8% month-over-month to 258,028 enrollees and expanded outside of California to […]

Community leaders demand reward for murd...

A group of community activists gathered on Saturday to call on state officials to introduce a reward for information leading to the murder of a 16-year-old girl whose body was found dumped along the highway in the harbor (110). LOS ANGELES – A 16-year-old woman, Tioni Theus, was found the victim of a homicide on […]

Aegis Capital Corp. Announces Hiring of...

NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/January 21, 2022/Aegis Capital Corp. (“Aegis”), a full-service wealth management, financial services and investment banking firm, is pleased to announce that Andrew L. Johnson has joined the firm as Executive Vice President of investment bank. Andrew L. Johnson has extensive experience in several facets of the small and mid cap investment banking process. […]

Obituary: Colleen Eubanks (01/18/22) | ...

Colleen Eubanks LINCOLN, Neb. ?? Colleen Eubanks died on January 11, 2022, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Colleen was born in Oxford, Neb., in August 1939, the daughter of Otto and Edythe Christianson. She grew up in Holbrook, Neb., and attended Holbrook High School, where she met her future husband, Gene. Both Colleen […]

2022 Chip Ganassi Race Team Owner Honore...

The 27th Annual Northeast Florida’s Longest-Lasting Classic Car Event, and One of the Nation’s Top Concours d’Elegance, Has a Modern Racing Legend Coming in March as the 2022 Winner . The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance also gains a new name for the new year. Renamed The Amelia, the annual event from March 3-6 will honor […]

‘He was magic’: Lancaster teacher who di

A Lancaster School District teacher who died last week after an accident in Manheim Township, the cause of which is unclear, is remembered as a selfless and devoted friend by those who knew him. Lancaster School District Cyber ​​Pathways teacher Christopher Perry “was a fighter for people less fortunate,” said Nate Bomberger, one of his […]

Q&A with Bethel Student Body President a

As Student Body President and Vice President, Blake Birno ’23 and Marissa Cutlan ’23 lead Bethel Student Government (BSG), a student-run organization comprised of seven departments that all exist to enhance the student experience. from Bethel. Here they reflect on their decision to run for office, their work at G.S.O., and their advice to new […]

Julia M. Holdorf – The Daily Reporter

FORTVILLE Julia M. Holdorf, 87, died Sunday, Jan. 8, 2022, at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She was born on August 17, 1934 in Crawfordsville, IN to Foster A. and Mary A. (Smith) McMasters. Julia was a devoted housewife to her husband and children. She worked as a cashier at the Kroger grocery store […]

Steve A Riffero – The Independent of San

Steve A Riffero went peacefully to his spiritual home on the afternoon of September 9, 2021. He was born in Santa Barbara, California, at St Francis Hospital on December 21, 1931 to Mauricio and Zefferina (Favro) Riffero. He attended Franklin Elementary School, SBJH and SBHS. Throughout his life, Steve volunteered with many organizations in Santa […]

Happy B’day Katharine Burr Blodgett: inv

The 19th century was considered the century of men; the women were seen as simple housewives and had not received an adequate education. The famous 19th century entrepreneurs, industrialists, scientists and research practitioners were mostly men. There were women entrepreneurs, inventors who defied this convention include Margaret Knight well known for founding Eastern Paper Bag […]

Frank R. Dawe Obituary | Star Tribune

Dawe, Frank R. Age 84, of Plymouth, passed away peacefully in his sleep on November 22, 2021. Preceded by Joan, his beloved wife of 56 years, his brother James (Bonnie) and his parents (Laura, Rand, and Wally), and is survived by daughter Heather (Bruce), son Fred (Kathya), brothers Larry and John (Shirley and Jonathon), other […]

A deep dive into the vast world of sport...

Where everyone has something to say Maybe Andy Warhol had the right idea, but the wrong medium: in the future, it’s not that everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. It’s that everyone will produce a sports podcast. Start with ESPN: The Disney-owned sports media giant offers dozens of digital audio shows to play anytime […]

Helene Meyerhoffer

Helen Meyerhoffer from Newton, NJ passed away peacefully on Tuesday morning December 21, 2021 at her home in Bristol Glen Assisted Living with her beloved daughter by her side. She was 93 years old. She was born May 14, 1928 and raised in Paterson, NJ, where she has lived most of her life. In 1994, […]

Guest comment: The proposed reform of co...

This commentary was originally written as a letter to San Diego City Councilor Joe LaCava. At its December 2 meeting, the La Jolla Community Planning Association discussed the planning group “reform” project. The LJCPA understands the need for planning groups to align with the city charter; therefore, we support legal consistency. We also agree that […]

Abigail Sarom Fitzgerald | News, Sports...

Abigail Sarom Fitzgerald, 20, of Brookline, NH, died on Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston from complications from acute myocarditis. Abbie passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family and dedicated medical team. Abigail was born on June 29, 2001 in Battambang, Cambodia and was cared for by her loving nanny […]

Brookings register | VerDonna ‘Donna’ E

VerDonna “Donna” Mae Emery Van Liere, 88, died on December 27, 2021 of Alzheimer’s disease in the memory care unit at the Peaceful Pines Senior Living Center in Rapid City, SD. Donna was born on December 2, 1933 in Colton, SD, to Wayne and Kathryn (Skrovig) Emery. In 1951, she graduated from Colton High School. […]

Asian activist group calls for boycott o...

In a recent statement, the Media Action Network for Asian Americans denounces the racist jokes found in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizza. Paul Thomas Anderson’s awards darling Licorice Pizza has become a subject of controversy as a group of Asian activists calls on organizations to boycott him for his racist jokes. Thanks to films hailed […]

Boys and Girls Clubs Honor Board Members...

Left: Ryan Smiley, President and CEO of Boys and Girls Clubs, right, presents Jeff Strack of Strack & Van Til with a National Service to Youth award. Strack, whose term is ending, served on the Youth Development Board for 20 years. Right: Michael Simpson of ME Simpson Co., Inc., left, and Ryan Smiley, President and […]

Obituary of Johanna Crawford (1955 – 202

Johanna “Johey” Ruth Crawford Johanna “Johey” Ruth Crawford was born to Carol (Blanchard, Yeager) and Richard (Dick) Crawford at Parkview Hospital in Toledo, Ohio, aptly on the summer solstice of June 21, 1955; a universal cosmic date which personifies the triumph of hope in the midst of darkness. A victim of gun violence, Johey was […]

Julie and the Netflix Ghosts canceled af...

Julie and the ghosts, a supernatural musical that airs on Netflix, is canceled after just one season. The announcement was confirmed by the show’s executive producer Kenny Ortega. The caption for Ortega’s social media post read: “Our [Julie and the Phantoms] The family wants to send our infinite love and thanks to our Fantoms around […]

Trial: Duke attempts to destroy private ...

A lawsuit filed by a Duke doctor claims the university and its healthcare system are undermining the Private Diagnostic Clinic, a private company with 1,850 doctors who work at Duke. 2013 News & Observer file photo Months of tension between Duke University, Duke University Health System and a private group of doctors who work in […]

People, places and moments that stood ou...

Back to 2021 and the moments, memories and stories that stood out. I certainly remember the PGA Championship in Kiawah, SC in late May. It was the first real industry event I attended after closing and it was awesome. It started with a private sports business networking event Thursday night, followed by a round of […]

Utah skier buried in Big Cottonwood aval...

The video captures the slide he thought he could “off-ski”. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) A sign lets cross-country skiers and snowboarders know their avalanche beacons are on and working before heading to the North Fork Trailhead in Big Cottonwood Canyon on Tuesday, February 9 2021. A skier was rescued from a slide […]

Soldier ran makeshift orphanage in Afgha...

Sgt. Breanna Jessop ran a makeshift orphanage in Afghanistan Courtesy of USO Sgt. Breanna Jessop Sgt. Breanna Jessop joined the Army out of high school in Utah because she wanted to help people. In August, amid the evacuation of US forces and vulnerable citizens in Afghanistan, humanitarian assistance was needed. Jessop, a member of the […]

Obituary: Carl Alton Pettengill III

Carl Alton Pettengill III FARMINGDALE – Carl, known to his family as Trippy, passed away peacefully after a fierce battle with several medical issues on November 27, 2021, with the love of his life, Kim, by his side. Born October 24, 1948 to the late Carl Alton and the late Norma (Booth) Pettengill, Jr. He […]

Every time BTS broke a Guinness World Re...

With the help of their ARMY, BTS are known for their record breaking achievements, including on Billboardits own graphics. The guys are regulars at the Guinness Book of World Records, including Member V’s recent double success as the fastest to reach both 1 million and 10 million followers on Instagram when he launched his account. […]

Officers return final salute to dedicate...

The Bristol County Sheriff’s Office bade farewell last week to a beloved colleague: Officer K9 Axel, 13. The German Shepherd, who served in the department for about eight years, received a hero farewell. A vigil was held Monday at Chase Farm Veterinary Hospital in Dartmouth, followed by a “final outing” Tuesday at Angel View Pet […]

Obituary of Genevieve Boman (2021) – Rac

Geneviève Vittori Boman – Wuthenow October 6, 1987 – December 1, 2021 ROOT – David, Linda, Madeleine and Dominic Boman are devastated to announce the passing of our beloved daughter, sister, aunt, niece, devoted mother of Corinne, and wife. Genevieve was born at Sinai Hospital in Detroit on October 6, 1987. As a premature baby, […]

Two BKW graduates who make a difference ...

For the publisher: It is with great pride that I share excerpts from the lives of two exceptional Bern-Knox-Westerlo graduates. The first is Debbie Mcmanama Herodes. She delivers an insightful account of the influence of “family” and education on her life. Debbie shares that when she thinks of her family, hard work and music are […]

Chinese pet food industry meets at CAFIC...

The Second China International Conference on Pet Food Ingredients (CAFIC) was organized by LAMB Consultancy Limited (www.lambconsultancy.co.nz) at Shanghai to November 14-16, 2021, with some 200 Chinese pet food industry professionals attending amid COVID-19, on trips to the north and southwest China was strictly restricted. Due to the cancellation of Pet Fair Asia 2021 and […]

Louise Elaine May | News, Sports, Jobs

Louise Elaine May, 94, of Pleasant Gap, passed away peacefully on Friday, December 3, 2021 at The Oaks Manor, Pleasant Gap. Louise was born at home in Reedsville on October 29, 1927, to Clarence R. (Red) Nale and Anna E. Bodtorf. She was the oldest of five children. Louise graduated from Reedsville High School. After […]

Virginia Tech, Maryland to play in 2021 ...

Virginia University of Technology and the University of Maryland today accepted the invitations to play in the 2021 New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday, December 29, kicking off at 2:15 p.m. ET. For both teams, this will be their first time attending the current or original Yankee Stadium. Virginie Tech, directed by […]

Jennifer Conroy Obituary (1983 – 2021) –

Conroy, Jennifer Nicole BALLSTON SPA Jennifer Nicole Conroy (Green), the devoted wife of Mark Christopher Conroy and loving mother of Donovan Thomas James Conroy, came into eternal life on Monday, November 29, 2021, with her husband by her side. She led a life dedicated to the things she was most passionate about: family, children and […]

The office of the future

December 4, 2021 TIT OFFICE was a place people went to because they had to. Meetings were held in conference rooms and in person. Offices took up most of the space. The kingdom of Dilbert and David Brent is now threatened. The pandemic has exposed the office to remote work competition and raised a host […]

CURE Media Group Introduces Amy Robach a...

CRANBURY, New Jersey, December 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CURE Media Group, the industry-leading multimedia platform for cancer research and updates reaching more than one million patients, survivors and caregivers, is honored to announce ABC News 20/20 co-host and author of “Better” Amy robach as the keynote speaker for the 2021 Metastatic Breast Cancer […]

The 21-year-old devoted to trash talk

Impressive. That’s one of the favorite words of Nigerian-Israeli environmental activist Sharona Shnayder, and when I told her we could meet for lunch at one of her favorite cafes in Tel Aviv, a block from her office, that’s what she said. Coffee is Instagram ready. And Shnayder, in her black sweater and incredibly long, colorful […]

Will Ferelden’s hero be in Dragon Age 4?

Mike Laidlaw, the lead designer and director of the first three “Dragon Age” games, has repeatedly stated that Ferelden’s hero will not appear in “Dragon Age 4”. “The HoF will not appear in future ‘DA’ products,” Laidlaw wrote on Twitter in 2017. He expanded on this the next day in a Reddit thread, detailing the […]

Halfway home: housing and former prisone...

By Terry Farish, InDepthNH.org Marcos Nieves lived at Hampshire House in Manchester, a federal transitional housing for people returning to New Hampshire communities from federal prisons. He needed an apartment or, for starters, a room in a rooming house. He worked at Popeyes and made $ 13 an hour. He has skills in driving heavy […]

James A. Nardella Jr. 1948-2021 | News,...

FREEDOM – James “Jim” Anthony Nardella Jr., 73, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at Hospice House with his daughter by his side after a very courageous battle with cancer. Jim was born August 5, 1948 in Youngstown, son of James and Rose Cataldo Nardella Sr. Jim was a 1966 graduate of Liberty […]

Reverend William Sterling Cary, First Bl...

CHICAGO – Reverend William Sterling Cary, a pioneering minister and civil rights activist who was the first black person to hold important church leadership positions, including president of the National Council of Churches, has died, according to reports members of his family. He was 94 years old. Reverend Cary died Sunday, November 14, 2021 at […]

From the DA Office – University of Richm

History links Greetings spiders! As Thanksgiving approaches, a vacation time for family, food, and reflection, I find so much to be grateful for. I am grateful to our Spider student-athletes, who tirelessly push each other to perform in the classroom and on the playing field. I am thankful to our coaches, who are dedicated to […]

Harold Stanford (Stan) Yost

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) – Harold Stanford (Stan) Yost, a child of God, left this life at Ruby Memorial Hospital on November 18, 2021. He was born in New Martinsville, WV on July 24, 1939, a son of the late Harold Fielding Yost and Nellie Virginia Cline Yost. Stan attended schools in Paden City. After graduating […]

WFT President acknowledges Sean Taylor’s

WFT President owns “royally” sloppy retirement from Taylor jersey, originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington Just over a month after the Washington football team held a jersey removal ceremony for late former security Sean Taylor without giving fans more than a few days’ notice, the team president Jason Wright explained how the importance of the […]

Germany struggles with weird ways to dod...

VISITORS IN MURKY corners of the internet may come across advertisements promising “something strange” to help them lose weight or gain millions. To meet its climate obligations and modernize its digital infrastructure, Germany must mobilize around 50 billion euros ($ 57 billion) per year in public investment. But a “debt brake” inserted in the constitution […]

Henderson County Group dedicated to the ...

When history is not chronic, its details become even more elusive and end up being lost in the shadow of time. As George Santayana said in 1905: “Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it! As frustrating as it may be, serious scholars must wade through handed down stories, fragmentary traditions, exaggerations, […]

Bridging the racial wealth gap

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. Figures compiled by the Brookings Institution in 2016 revealed that the average net worth of a white family ($ 171,000) was ten times that of a black family ($ 17,150). Much has been written about the possible reasons, including the historic exclusion of higher education institutions and […]

Precautions to keep your child safe arou...

ASHVILLE, Alabama (WBRC) – According to Kids and Car Safety, more than 100 children have been injured or killed across the country after being struck by a car. The advocacy group said it was a national non-profit child safety organization dedicated solely to preventing child injuries and deaths from vehicle-related incidents. . Director Amber Rollins […]

TE Ryan Griffin on Jets HC Robert Saleh:...

Like his teammates, Griffin still suffers from last Thursday’s loss to Indianapolis, even though he landed his first touchdown pass since the 2019 season. Griffin hit a 13-yard scoring throw from save to save quarterback. Josh Johnson in the fourth quarter. Throughout the game, Griffin was targeted 7 times and made 4 catches for 28 […]

Provost Excellence Award winners announc...

Announcement of the winners of the Provost Awards of Excellence November 8, 2021 MACOMB / MOLINE, IL – Five faculty members from Western Illinois University and an academic advisor have been named recipients of the 2021 Provost Award of Excellence. WIU’s Center for Educational and Research Innovation (CITR) has organized six-member committees to assess excellence […]

In loving memory of Sally Whannell: 1943...

It is with great sadness that the family of Sally Marie Whannell announce her passing on October 31, 2021, in Centralia, Washington, from complications associated with rheumatoid arthritis and Parkinson’s disease. Sally was born March 6, 1943 in Aberdeen, Wash., To Morris and Edna Dagnen, and raised with her brothers Gary and Scotty on the […]

Bike Walk Golden Isles is recruiting mem...

A local organization dedicated to promoting the safety of cyclists and pedestrians in the Golden Islands is inviting new members to join its work. Bike Walk Golden Isles recently applied for 501c3 non-profit status and elected a board of directors focused on its mission to support events that encourage cycling, walking and wheelchair mobility in […]