Monthly Archives: August 2021

Dosunmu amazes in 2021 NBA Summer League

Skeptical? Understood. Importance? In place. Sufficiency? At a tee. Durability? In the works. The Chicago Bulls picked up an electrifying soaring eagle in University of Illinois playmaker Ayo Dosunmu. This All-American has won virtually every accolade in the book, and that consistency will continue; no doubt about it. He can …

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Sunbury businessman owns two historic properties in Sunbury | New

SUNBURY – Two of Northumberland County’s most historic buildings are owned by Sunbury businessman Mark Walberg. Among Walberg’s properties are the Maclay-Wolverton House at 106 Arch St., Sunbury, which is considered one of the oldest buildings still in use in Northumberland County, and the former Northumberland County Jail on North …

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Mike Copeland: Oak Lodge demolition permit; Patent Law War Room; Busy autonomous emergencies; Main event progress | News from local businesses

Chicago-based Winston & Strawn was founded in 1853 and has nearly 1,000 lawyers in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, according to its website. Busy autonomous emergencies Paul Hamilton, an executive at Premier ER & Urgent Care, with offices in Waco, Woodway, Temple and San Marcos, had …

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SSN Shore Conference Football Preseason Top 10

What would a new season of high school football be without a preseason top 10 to start the conversation? The Shore Sports Network / Jeep Store Top 10 is back and with the start of the 2021 season, it’s time to present our initial Shore Conference rankings. These are, of …

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Global Asphalt Market (2021-2026) – Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Forecast – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “Asphalt Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global asphalt market has shown moderate growth during the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the publisher expects the market to grow at a CAGR of …

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Mainstream Democrats continue to win – let’s not stop now

We hear it from both sides: “The middle is shrinking and the Democrats are losing their center!” On the far left, they would have you believe that the majority of Americans are aligned with their maximalist policies. On the right, they try to make you believe that “radical socialists are …

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ROAD WORK: County announces closures, paving projects | Local News

A sign warns those who may have missed the “Road Closed” sign that the bridge is on Old School House Road. The stretch of road between Pinedale and Coggins Roads is closed until a cracked portion under the bridge can be replaced. Two roads in Limestone County had to be …

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East Stone Acquisition Corporation Confirms Financing to Extend Period Until Completion of Initial Acquisition

Burlington, MA, Aug 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – East Stone Acquisition Corporation (Nasdaq: ESSCU), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company (“East Stone”), today announced that an amount total of $ 1,380,000 (the “Extension Payment”) has been deposited into East Stone’s trust account for its public shareholders, representing $ 0.10 …

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DAR Chapter Visits the Tomb of the “Mother of Farmville” – Farmville

Members of the Judith Randolph-Longwood Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution visited the birthplace of the chapter’s namesake, Judith Randolph, in historic Tuckahoe in Richmond on Friday, July 30. Randolph was born there on November 24, 1772 and enjoyed her childhood and early adolescence there. She was a …

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Counter climate change with cool sidewalks

Credit: CC0 Public domain Pavements are an abundant urban surface, covering about 40 percent of US cities. But in addition to carrying traffic, they can also emit heat. Due to what is known as the urban heat island effect, impermeable and densely built surfaces like sidewalks can absorb solar radiation …

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