Monthly Archives: July 2021

Interstate 83 paving project to begin north of York, will include Emigsville interchange

Interstate 83 commuters will see more roadwork on the freeway as a year-long project is underway. Crews resurfaced 6.6 miles of the motorway between the North George Street and Strinestown interchanges, exits 22 and 28. The project boundary is between Locust Lane and Canal Road in the township of Manchester, …

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Simeon Brown: “Police disrespect”

The national police spokesperson urges the government to return to the negotiating table with the Police Association. Simeon Brown. Photo: RNZ / Samuel Rillstone It was revealed yesterday that talks between the union and the government have stalled. Police are now considering protest action after negotiations over a new wage …

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Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Secure $ 2.4 Million Federal Grant for Extended Fiber Optic Cable

A new federal grant for the Ann Arbor area will be used to expand internet infrastructure in a bid to “attract and retain high-tech companies, especially in the growing mobility sector,” according to a press release from the administration of Governor Gretchen Whitmer. . The Whitmer administration announced Thursday that …

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A record number of restaurants are opening in New York. Kind of.

The return of restaurants. The season of hedonism. New York summer. There is no shortage of names to describe what is happening on the streets of New York once laden with yurts, but Nicole Biscardi believes there might be room for another. “This is the start of the restaurant renaissance,” …

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The best weapons in GTA Online for range, speed, potency and more

If you want to climb the ranks, you will need the best weapons GTA Online to get the job done. The appearance of this weapon depends on your playstyle and your current rank in the game due to the way the weapons unlock. However, we’ve put together a list of …

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Chris LeDoux Rodeo Songs, Cheyenne Statue, Garth Brooks

By the time Garth Brooks verified Chris LeDoux’s name on his debut single, “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)” from 1989, the true rodeo and ballad champion was already a cult star. LeDoux wrote and sang songs rich in detail about the grueling rodeo circuit with a restless …

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Corron Road Thin Elevator Pavement Improvement Underway, Pavement Removal Begins July 26 – Kane County Connects

Construction of the aforementioned project located in Campton Hills is scheduled to begin at the end of the week of July 19. The improvement consists of the removal of the pavement with the application of a thin coating of asphalt over the existing pavement, which will extend the life of …

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Global Asphalt Additives Industry to 2026

DUBLIN, July 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Asphalt Additives Market Research Report by Technology, by Type, by Region – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global asphalt additives market size has been estimated to be $ 4,052.56 …

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Broaden the footprint of the parish

Father Khanh Pham-Nguyen, Sts. The parish priest of Peter and Paul and Bishop Larry Silva untie a maile lei at the front door of the building newly purchased by the parish. The bishop then blessed the new building (below) inside and out. (Photos HCH | Anna Weaver) Sts. Peter and …

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Entrepreneurs of color are at the heart of our economic recovery from COVID-19

For centuries, small businesses owned by people of color have contributed to the fabric of innovation and economic growth in this country. Between 2007 and 2017, businesses owned by people of color grew 10 times faster than the overall growth rate of U.S. small businesses during the same period, and …

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Global Stone Paper Market – Key Factors Studied in Latest MRS Research Report – The Manomet Current

Stone Paper research provides an in-depth and holistic view of the global industry. The comprehensive research report comprises essential data along with the market size and share of the global Stone Paper industry. Furthermore, the research report provides a clear description of the elements influencing the development of the Stone …

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Livermore Approves Paving Offer to Pike Industries

LIVERMORE – Selectpersons voted Tuesday night to approve a paving offer from Pike Industries of Fairfield. Pike’s bid of $ 331,341.25 was the lowest of the five. The others were P & B Paving of Gray for $ 445,589.85, St. Laurent & Son of Lewiston for $ 352,800, All States …

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Mural by artist Mitchell lights up downtown

Artist Mitchell’s latest work which can be seen along the brick wall of the 2nd and Lawler store stands out in downtown Mitchell and has caught the attention of many community members and travelers passing through the region. The downtown candy and toy store wall mural features a pair of …

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Paving plans for Humboldt

HUMBOLDT – Pavement patching on Freeway 5 near 8th Avenue and Humboldt Public School is expected to take place in September and October after a main pipe is replaced. According to Peter Bergquist, director of public works and utilities at Humboldt, the traffic disruption is expected to be minimal. “The …

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No shortcuts for Ice Meez – Times-Herald

Fairfield-based rapper Corey “Ice Meez” Birdsong lost a lot of weight, but never lost focus on being the best father he could be to his 10-year-old daughter, paying the bills with a 9 to 5 job, and take time for his music. It’s a sometimes crazy juggling act, of course, …

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Governor Laura Kelly announces $ 23 million for road improvement projects in 36 cities in Kansas

Governor Laura Kelly today announced that 36 cities in Kansas will receive a combined total of $ 23 million to improve freeways and intersections under the Department of Transportation’s Urban Link Improvement Program (CCLIP). Kansas. “Through our two-party transportation plan, we are committed to preserving and improving Kansas’ highways by …

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Photos: Monroe’s Daughter Mariah Carey Turns Into A Campaign Diva

Featured products are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission on purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain verifiable data for accounting purposes. Mariah Carey is no stranger to the spotlight, but it’s her daughter Monroe, who is at the center …

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Greg McElroy calls for Willie Taggart v FAU game against Florida State

Building on Florida and UCF’s upcoming three-game series, ESPN college football analyst Greg McElroy has another Sunshine State game he’d like to see in the near future pitting a Power 5 schedule against each other. to a hope within the group of 5 ranks. Florida State-FAU, McElroy says, would be …

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Mr. K brings authentic Chinese food to Fayetteville

Jeff Kong knows the sweet and sour pork he cooks in his restaurant is different. For starters, there’s no fluorescent red sauce synonymous with the Chinese-American classic on the go. Instead, Kong builds the sauce from scratch for every order. The sauce is simple: water, sugar, white vinegar, a little …

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Celebrate the history of Scituate at Heritage Days

After skipping 2020 due to the pandemic, Scituate Heritage Days are back. This weekend event takes place from Friday August 6 to Sunday August 8. “It should be awesome,” said Elaine Bongarzone, member of the Scituate Chamber of Commerce, which sponsors Heritage Days. ” There will be some for everyone. …

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Michigan company sues new Illinois marijuana law

Sozo Illinois, who applied for dispensary licenses, has filed a suit in federal court here, citing a provision of the application that grants Illinois residents five bonus points unfairly discriminates against the company and violates state and federal laws. ensuring due process and equal protection. The company also said it …

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The mayor talks about a 4-point investment plan for the city

In a business meeting Friday, Jasper Mayor David O’Mary said the city expects to end the fiscal year with a 16% increase in tax revenue and the largest cash reserve in the history of the city, which could represent between 3 and 4 million dollars in budget surplus. O’Mary told …

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Vila Mariana House / M Magalhães Estúdio

Vila Mariana House / M Magalhães Estúdio © Maira Acayaba + 29 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/965228/vila-mariana-house-m-magalhaes-estudio Area Area of ​​this architectural project Area: 400 m² Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2017 Photographs Photographs: Maira Acayaba Manufacturers Brands with products used …

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Muse’s Matt Bellamy bought Jeff Buckley’s ‘Grace’ guitar

UPDATE (7/19): The three songs Matt Bellamy auctioned off as non-fungible tokens sold for over $ 73,000 combined. According to Cryptograph, where the sale took place, all three NFTs appeared to have been purchased by the same user. A rendition of “Guiding Light” sold for 13,964 Etherium (approximately $ 25,249); …

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City of Murfreesboro construction projects July 19-24

City of Murfreesboro construction projects July 19-24, 2021 Demolition work on the old Pinnacle building (N Maple St to W College St) No lane closure planned: Monday to Friday: site construction work continues. There will be slight traffic disruptions. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place. Oakland Court Development (Lokey …

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Black asks council to continue supporting Blue

by Kyle Herschelman From volunteer to dispatcher to officer to sergeant to lieutenant, Jason Black has held virtually every position possible for the Litchfield Police Department for the past 24+ years, but on Thursday, July 15, Black was honored for his new role . – retirement. Along with his wife …

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Local doctor continues to push to get people in underserved communities vaccinated – FOX13 News Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – With Shelby County nowhere near its goal of 700,000 fully vaccinated residents, there is continued pressure to get people to get vaccinated. Dr David D. Clemons works, person by person, to convince people that the vaccine is necessary to protect themselves and others. TREND: Memphis mayor takes …

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Before! Golf course and hotel latest properties for sale council fire

Chipper: Coulsdon Manor golf course is sold by the town hall BELIEF IN CRISIS: Four public properties, not mentioned in the council’s list of original disposals, are now sold as the town hall withdraws from the hotel business. By PEARL LEE, our correspondent in the south of the borough The …

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Kerikeri Hidden Waterfalls Trails: The trail network connecting five spectacular waterfalls

You can drive through the crowded streets connecting Kerikeri’s main historical and natural attractions. Or you can follow a hidden network of walking trails through the forest, so magical you expect to find pots of gold at the end of the often-formed rainbows at their five waterfalls. Home to two …

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Beware of driveway paving scams

The Better Business Bureau serving the Canton and Greater West Virginia area offers tips and advice for consumers to avoid fraudulent practices. If your driveway needs paving or repairs, don’t trust just anyone to do the job. BBB’s Scam Tracker has many reports of unscrupulous entrepreneurs fooling homeowners with alleged …

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Driving sustainability through RFID technology

A growing number of brands are helping to pave the way for a more sustainable future. Jul 18, 2021For years, sustainability has only been a small facet of larger business plans and goals, falling to the brink of other initiatives such as growth strategies and digital transformation. Lately, however, it …

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Through the keyhole of a ‘deceptively spacious’ period home with a surprisingly modern twist

A property has come onto the market in Merseyside that is surprisingly modern for a period home. The three-bedroom semi-detached house, on Westcliffe Road, Southport, is said to date from around 1900. However, its current owners have completely renovated the property to high standards. READ MORE: Sprawling £ 2.3million house …

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Letters from Gainesville Sun to the editor for July 18, 2021

Save the trees With more and more skyscrapers like The Standard appearing around Gainesville, it’s time for us as a community to get back to the greenery that has made Gainesville such a welcoming place. Cutting down trees for dense development is extremely damaging to the environment, and one only …

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Ram’s Road Report – WGNS Radio

(MURFREESBORO) Mid-July and life is fresh. Time in the 80s and construction crews at full speed. Murfreesboro Deputy Director of Transportation Ram Balachandran checks the computer data and clearly shows the areas you would like to avoid by July 24, 2021. City construction projects Demolition work on the old Pinnacle …

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Branson’s Virgin Orbit plans more satellite launches in 2022

Procuream CEO Andrew Chanin reacts to Virgin Galactic’s successful test flight. As Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic paves the way for space tourism, its sister company, Virgin Orbit, strives to dominate satellites by offering the most efficient fare possible at the lowest cost. Virgin Orbit’s new vice president of flight and …

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Cold Stone Creamery celebrates National Ice Cream Day

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona., July 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Ice cream lovers, rejoice! National Ice Cream Day is launched Sunday July 18 and Cold Stone Creamery (www.ColdStoneCreamery.com) has a special offer for My Cold Stone Club Rewards members. “Whether you are a fan of classic Signature â„¢ creations like Chocolate …

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Montana BLM candidate responds to tree planting and personal loan allegations

HELENA – Republicans on a U.S. Senate committee have asked the White House to withdraw Montanan’s nomination Tracy Stone-Manning to head the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, claiming she made “false statements and misleading “about his involvement in a tree crash in 1989. incident. Republicans also released a letter on …

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Water Storage Systems Market Leads New Way With High CAGR

Water Storage Systems Market Water storage systems market overview on existing product portfolio, products under development, and strategic initiatives taken by major vendors in the market. This report covers basic market dynamics, market size, and business competition data. In addition, the report also conducts basic market studies on major product …

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Road contracts arrive after a long wait | News, Sports, Jobs

ST. CLAIRSVILLE – Long-awaited repairs to two roads in Belmont County are planned, and County Engineer Terry Lively said work is expected to begin soon. Lively said considerable road repair activity is planned for this year. At Wednesday’s Belmont County Commissioners Council meeting, the council awarded the offer for the …

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Physicists move closer to tackling errors in quantum computing | Science

Google researchers experimented with their Sycamore chip, designed to demonstrate quantum error correction. Google By Adrien Cho14 Jul 2021, 18:30 Google physicists have taken an important step towards protecting sensitive information in their nascent quantum computer from errors that can erase it. Researchers can’t yet compensate for all types of …

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Lego asks US company to stop making guns look like toys

Danish toy maker Lego tells Utah-based gun company to stop producing product that looks like a gun is covered in the famous multi-colored building brick Through JAN M. OLSEN and LINDSAY WHITEHURST Associated Press 14 July 2021, 15:37 • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article …

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Commissioners Approve Paving Project at Countryview Assisted Living

Guernsey County Commissioners recently approved a $ 51,000 paving project at Countryview Assisted Living on County Home Road and an increase in the county’s indigent defense costs as the state also increased the reimbursement rate. Parnell & Associates Inc. will open the two entrances to the County House, the visitor …

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The Better Business Bureau against scammers 2021

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) ​​is warning of fraudsters, with reports of activity all over British Columbia, including Richmond. Since the start of summer, BBB’s scam tracker has received nearly 30 reports of unscrupulous contractors deceiving homeowners with alleged good deals. Homeowners end up with poor quality paving work, if …

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Bensalem condo complex left uninhabitable after flash floods in Bucks

Outside her waterlogged condominium on the first floor on Tuesday morning, Patricia Wansaw pierced the thick and still humid air with her cries. “It’s all gone. I do not know what to do. It’s horrible. A step inside her front door, her feet sunk into a dirty, soaked carpet. A …

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Tories reshuffled as Redfern and Streeter quit cabinet positions

Our political editor, WALTER CRONXITE, reports on the latest departures from the Conservatives’ first bench at Town Hall Leaving: Helen Redfern With less than 10 months of a borough-wide local election, and with Croydon Labor on the ropes after the Brick by Brick scandals, South Norwood council apartments and the …

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Lexia Learning Rebrands, winner of the Rosetta Stone English Award, as Lexia English Language Development

BOSTON (July 12, 2021) – Lexia Learning, a Cambium Learning® group company, today announced the official rebranding from Rosetta Stone® English to Lexia® English Language Development â„¢ (Lexia English). The name change follows the cession by Cambium of the languages ​​division of Rosetta Stone. Lexia English joins the strong Lexia …

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Bridgeport to start summer road project

July 12, 2021Updated: July 12, 2021 3:52 p.m. A large milling and paving project will take place from July to September 2021. Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media BRIDGEPORT – Bridgeport is about to embark on a multi-month road maintenance project. City officials announced on July 12 that the Department …

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As high tides swell, Warren officials call for redevelopment – ecoRI News

Wenley Ferguson, director of habitat restoration at Save The Bay, has been monitoring Warren coastal flooding and leading adaptation projects for over a decade. This Bristol County city is vulnerable even on calm sunny days, Ferguson said, and Market Street is now flooded several times a year instead of just …

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Demolition company fined $ 100,000 after fatal wall collapsed

Horsham Back-Hoe Hire was sentenced by Ballarat Magistrates’ Court on Friday after pleading guilty on May 28 to a charge of failing to respect a safe workplace. The company was also ordered to pay costs of $ 4,213. On September 11, 2019, a manager of the family business was demolishing …

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Navi Mumbai youth create street dog shelter using plastic waste Bombay news

A group of young people from Navi Mumbai used their free time for the environment and built a shelter for street dogs, using innovative ideas such as using plastic to make bottle bricks. Once the first one was done, they started collecting more plastic waste and installed several similar structures, …

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Sunday Story: Earth World

Packard Stamps & Rocks sells stamps and stones. But that’s not why collectors have flocked here for three generations. Packard Stamps & Rocks also sells wonders. The modest brick building of Midlothian Turnpike is one such iconic location that’s bigger inside than outside. In 1,234 square feet, there are hundreds …

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Preparing for a greener future – Construction Business News Middle East

Logistics News Middle East brought together four industry experts to discuss how the industry can minimize environmental impact and implement sustainable practices The transportation industry – which includes the freight sector – is one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. The need to reduce these emissions has been …

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Bessie Lee-Cappell: Breaking down barriers on baby inventions

If believing in yourself and leading the way to success could inspire others, then Philadelphia-born Bessie-Lee Cappell would be a trailblazer in setting an example of what crossing barriers can look like. One of seven siblings, mother of three, inventor and patent owner of the Brush Bib, and owner of …

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Chef’s House in London merges West African, Japanese and Scandinavian influences | Interiors

geven if this chief Carine Ottou moved from place to place both as a teenager, then as a student and then also during her early years of work, it is not surprising that the idea of ​​the house took on importance special for her. She first grew up in Cameroon, …

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How to create an outdoor living space at home

As life returns to normal for many and summer approaches, now is a good time to focus on creating an outdoor space to enjoy the warm summer evenings. Whether it’s a place to unplug and relax on your own or to get together with guests and be entertained, having a …

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Bringin ‘it Backwards: Interview with Josh Rand of Stone Sour / The LIFE Project

Listen and subscribe to BiB We had the pleasure of interviewing Josh Rand of The LIFE Project and Stone Sour on the Zoom video! The LIFE project – the formidable musical partnership of Grammy-nominated guitarist Stone Sour, Josh Rand and co-composer and singer Casandra carson – released their eponymous debut …

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Purdue Pharma Blamed for South Shore Opioid Crisis After Settlement

Over 20,000 people have died from drug overdoses in Mass. since 2010. AG Healey sued the Sackler family and Purdue Pharma for profiting from a drug epidemic they helped create. Massachusetts and more than a dozen other states reached a $ 4 billion settlement on Thursday. Massachusetts and more than …

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The coach who always has his back on his players will gain a longer term reward – confidence

There is a reason we put the clothesline in our back yard rather than outside the house. This is one of the unwritten rules of home etiquette. Some things are best kept away from prying eyes. This is probably the same reason the windows are closed if a tête-à-tête is …

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Main Street Food Truck Park in Pineville Expands to Include Farmer’s Market Store

PINEVILLE La. (KALB) – Food insecurity exists everywhere, including in central Louisiana. But with the addition of a Food Truck Park in downtown Pineville, more people have access to fresh produce. If you don’t think shopping for groceries is a challenge, think again. This is because food deserts exist in …

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2-pound melon-sized stone successfully removed from urinary bladder of 17-year-old orphan

KEY POINTS Due to the boy’s condition, his bladder was unable to store urine The calcium oxalate stone in his bladder weighed about 2.2 pounds The teenager was recovering and his kidneys were working fine A group of doctors in India successfully removed a stone weighing around 2.2 pounds from …

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Columbia Street repaving project, a major pedal lifter

A long-standing project to repav and redesign Columbia Street in West Vancouver is finally underway, and crews are expected to complete the first phase of their work by mid-July. The project contractor, Granite Construction, began the project on June 21 by removing a roundabout at the corner of 24th Street. …

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Winterport business owners identified as deceased couple at Hampden home

Scott, 45, graduated from Hampden Academy in 1994, while Libbie, 39, attended school in Hampden and graduated in 2000, according to their obituaries. The two had owned Wellman Paving together since October 2005. Elizabeth “Libbie” Preston and Scott Preston were found at their home on Sunday, Lindsey Chasteen of the …

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A handyman transformed her laundry room with paneling and a fake brick wall

Laundry rooms are often neglected corners of our homes, lacking in natural light. But a functional room dedicated to washing the laundry that we do not do to hate Being there is a huge plus – both in terms of property desirability and our own happiness. Planning and designing your …

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Biden says vaccination campaign will go door-to-door as emergency grows

The rapid spread of the delta variant in the United States makes rapid vaccination of the remaining Americans critical. The Biden administration is focused on community outreach, but news outlets are reporting tough obstacles to overcome. The Washington Post: Door-to-door vaccines: vaccination campaign becomes granular as Delta variant looms President …

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Records and more at the Sandler store

In the window is a painting of “The Thin White Duke” (aka David Bowie), a “Return of the Jedi” notebook, a 45 vinyl carrying case, old phones, a puzzle probably by James Dean and signs. cool representing reggae, Ska, Punk and Hardcore. It used to be downtown Shooz. Now, however, …

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Order clearing way for new electric car dealership in Mishawaka

MISHAWAKA, Ind. (WNDU) – Mishawaka Town Council votes unanimously to open an electric car business at the corner of Grape and Cleveland Roads. 16 News Now tells us why the neighbors, who were originally opposed to the showroom, came out in favor of the ordinance at Tuesday night’s meeting. “We …

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UN calls for resupply of aid and fuel in Tigray region

UN spokesman Stéphane Dujarric said 23 displacement sites in the regional capital, Mekelle, did not have access to water because pumps could not operate due to lack of fuel. The transport of humanitarian and commercial supplies to the region has also been affected. I am deeply concerned about the current …

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160-year-old wood-frame house in Clinton Hill asks for $ 3.75 million

List photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman Built in 1860, this pair of Clinton Hill homes is a rare example of an Italian wood-frame house, and number 357 is now on the market for $ 3,750,000. In addition to showcasing its original clapboard siding on the exterior, the interiors have been …

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Friends and Relatives: Brian Mann

This column serves as a spotlight, highlighting the ordinary people who work and live in Callaway County. The Fulton Sun takes a moment with someone who isn’t typically featured in the news, but who is just as essential to making the community the strong and beautiful place that residents here …

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Crimson Stone available for pre-order

| Corvus Belli, the game design company that brought us Infinite, announced today that Operation: Crimson Stone, a new combat pack for Infinity CodeOne, is now available for pre-order! Interested parties can pre-order the Battle Pack starting today, July 5, and until July 22. A range of components from the …

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Paving Software Market Expected to Grow at a Stable CAGR vs. Forecast by 2027 – Rust Wire

This Paving Software Market report describes industrial analysis, growth factors, driving factors, and recent market trends, which are greatly benefiting key new players in the industry. This report of the market is very important for them because it covers all the factors related to making profit which play major role …

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East End work continues – The Royal Gazette

Created: Jul 05, 2021 07:44 Belco trenching continues on Harrington Sound Road (file photo by Akil Simmons) Ongoing road work has been announced for the East End as Belco trenching continues next week, according to the Department of Public Works. Excavations around Harrington Sound Road are to pass through Paynter’s …

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A dog runs towards a newly married couple

When faced with the threat of a violent dog, people tend to do the craziest things possible to survive. Today’s #jokeoftheday is about a newly married couple whose romance was judged by a dog. Love is beautiful because it is unpredictable. When affection between two people is tested, the results …

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11 beers to consider sipping in July on a warm day

CLEVELAND, Ohio – In July we sipped beers that would be great on a hot day with low to moderate alcohol levels. They range from less than 1% alcohol to 6%. All should be available on the shelves of stores in Greater Cleveland. As usual, our photos show the color …

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Topeka Frito Lay union rejects the latest offer. Start of strike Monday

Employees at the Frito Lay factory in Topeka voted on Saturday to reject a draft employment contract with the company, paving the way for a strike to begin on Monday. While workers had already voted in favor of the strike last week, negotiations between Local 218 of the Bakeries, Confectionery, …

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Traffic police order street vendors not to occupy main road, sidewalk

Traffic police personnel, led by Deputy Police Commissioner MA Nataraj, walked the section between Hamilton Circle and Rao and Rao Circle on Saturday and asked street vendors not to occupy the main road and sidewalk. The traffic police visit was due to congestion on this section of road as a …

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Nnamdi Kanu: British government escapes investigation into new passport issued to head of IPOB Nigeria news

Efforts to get information on how Mazi Nnamdi Kanu obtained another UK passport to leave Nigeria in 2017 hit a brick wall British authorities in Nigeria evaded an investigation into the matter, saying they needed permission from London There are allegations that Kanu obtained another British passport with the help …

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Ministry of Mines and Energy, Martin Marietta Aggregates, Cemex, Carmeuse Lime & Stone – The Manomet Current

Market research report on global dimension stone mining market: analysis, share, revenue and future industry trends The report offers a holistic overview of the Dimension Stone Mining Market using application segments (Industry, Manufacturing, Construction) and the geographic regions that currently govern the market. Global Dimensional Stone Mining Market The 2021 …

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City of Oakland | Oakland essential workers break their own record, …

City leaders announced on Friday that, thanks to the incredible dedication of essential workers who have continued their hard work throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Oakland has broken a new paving record for the second year. in a row, with more than 40 paved miles in the fiscal year from …

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Gulfstream G550 production reaches end of line

Almost two decades after its first entry into service, the Gulfstream G550 saw its last commercial delivery this week. The Savannah, Ga., Aircraft manufacturer has produced more than 600 large-cabin jets since receiving type and production certificates in August 2003. According to a company spokesperson, some variant missions Specials continue …

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Kept in the dark again

A recent example involved a small Birmingham store having issues with Collect + and Yodel refusing to pick up certain packages legitimately dropped off by customers. When the retailer tried to contact PayPoint to resolve the issue, it simply “hit a brick wall.” While the issues may be different, it …

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Wolves’ Glen Taylor wins sponsor litigation, paving way for Lore and A-Rod purchase – the Athletic

Timberwolves and Lynx owner Glen Taylor has won a legal dispute with minority owner Meyer Orbach, a federal judge summarily dismissing Orbach’s claims that Taylor violated their partnership agreement and acted in bad faith when he concluded a succession plan with Marc Lore and Alex Rodriguez. U.S. District Court Judge …

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Welcome! T-Mobile is the first wireless to greet customers and employees in stores and buildings with the WELL health and safety seal

BELLEVUE, Washington – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is the first wireless service provider to obtain the WELL Health and Safety Seal, which is based on a new global assessment to ensure spaces and places adhere to science-based standards that put health and safety first. T-Mobile was …

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Ventura took full advantage of FHSU opportunities

Dr. Tisa Mason, President of the FHSU Fort Hays State University exists to improve life. I see this statement in action. All. Only. Day. I love learning more about each individual life in our mosaic of impacts – individuals such as new alumnus Anthony Ventura. Anthony, a May graduate, is …

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Hamida Ali reflects on Croydon’s turnaround

Taking the reins of Croydon Council during its worst financial crisis is the challenge its new leader, Hamida Ali, has faced. Elected councilor in 2014, Ali took office last October at the height of the fall from power, following the controversial departure of her predecessor, Tony Newman. With over 20 …

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The Tile Shop Reports Preliminary Second Quarter Revenue

MINNEAPOLIS, June 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Tile Shop Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: TTSH) (the “Company”), a retailer specializing in natural stone and synthetic tiles, laying and maintenance materials and related accessories, today announced that it expects to report net sales of approximately $ 95 million for the quarter ended June …

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