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 Fenton Home Furnishings continued its history of local philanthropy with recent gifts to the Fenton and Linden police and fire departments.  The company gave the Fenton Police Department $2,000. Police Chief Jason Slater said the money is going toward an upgrade to the software on the department’s LiveScan fingerprint device. LiveScan allows fingerprints for background
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In 2019, Tucson’s Mayor and Council directed staff to proceed with implementing the Service Line Warranty Program offered through our affiliation with the National League of Cities (NLC).  This voluntary water and sewer line warranty program is available to homeowners within the Tucson city limits who are interested in purchasing repair protection. The warranty program provides coverage for the
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The State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) served former Defense Ministry officials with suspicion of purchasing low-quality military equipment. This was announced by the Deputy Head of the Investigation Department of the Main Investigation Department of the SBI, Oleh Hryniak, Ukrainian News Agency reports. He said that the SBI is carrying out systematic work aimed at
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Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is working to hire a new company under an even pricier contract to take over its contact tracing program
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The Baltimore City Comptroller’s Department of Real Estate, together with the Mayor’s Office, will lead a collaborative effort to ensure greater transparency, data accessibility, and a system of stewardship that maximizes the value of Baltimore’s real property assets and real estate transactions. Acting Real Estate Director Andy Frank announced that his Department will lead an
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A report by the Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General found that the department took several unprecedented actions during and after the 2019 sale of Education Management Corporation’s chain of for-profit institutions to the Dream Center Foundation. Among the actions include the department reducing the letter of credit amount that Dream Center was required
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Seymour said contractors are being asked to state whether they’re a Māori business or not. “The definition of a ‘Māori business’ will never be properly pinned down, in the long run it will be just another bureaucratic hurdle that those with the right consultants will navigate.” The Government does actually have a definition of what
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In February 2021, President Biden issued Executive Order 14017, “Executive Order on America’s Supply Chains” (discussed here), requiring (among other things) a report within 100-days requiring key government agencies to assess vulnerabilities and consider potential improvements to supply chains in four critical industries – (i) semiconductor manufacturing; (ii) high capacity batteries; (iii) rare earth elements;
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​Mechanicsburg, PA – Sprinkled across Pennsylvania are 31 creameries that make up Scooped: An Ice Cream Trail. At Urban Churn in Mechanicsburg today, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Department of Community and Economic Development Deputy Secretary Carrie Fischer Lepore encouraged Pennsylvanians and tourists to support Pennsylvania’s small businesses and dairy farmers with scoops of happiness
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<!– –> Wheat procurement has reached an all-time high Wheat procurement during the ongoing Rabi marketing season 2021-22 reached 432.83 metric tonnes till June 27, 2021, which is an all time high. Procurement during last year’s corresponding period was 386.83 metric tonnes. According to data released by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, the
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Audrey Strauss, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that, following a two-week trial presided over by U.S. District Judge Edgardo Ramos, and approximately one hour of deliberations, DONALD BLAKSTAD, the owner and principal of a California-based investment firm, was found guilty on all counts for committing insider trading
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This summer will be Alaska’s fifth tourism season featuring a legal cannabis industry. For out-of-state visitors, here’s the lowdown on what you can and can’t do under the midnight sun. (For more resources, the State of Alaska has a handbook available for download about responsible marijuana consumption.) In Alaska, anyone 21 or older can possess
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Allison Needles / The News Tribune Kent police have recovered hundreds of stolen catalytic converters and made multiple arrests following an investigation into skyrocketing thefts across the region. The Kent Detective Unit recovered 800 catalytic converters and seized about $40,000 in cash, the department announced Friday. The suspects in custody have been traveling to the
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Profile The Prescott Valley Town Council has selected four finalists for the position of Town Manager. The public is invited to meet and greet with the finalists. Light refreshments will be served. The finalists are as follows: Gilbert Davidson Gilbert Davidson Gilbert Davidson served as City Manager of Willcox, Arizona from 2002 – 2005 before
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ROMNEY, W.Va. — State School Superintendent Clayton Burch says he’ll send an intervention team into the Schools for the Deaf and Blind within the next month to “overhaul the entire school.” Clayton Burch Burch discussed the recent release of the Special Circumstance Review Report on MetroNews “Talkline” Friday. Burch called the 44-page report, the result
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The U.S. Senate has approved a measure intended to encourage greater use of farming and forestry practices that prevent greenhouse gas emissions and remove planet-warming carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. It authorizes the federal Department of Agriculture to create a program helping farmers, ranchers and private forest landowners earn payments through private markets for planting
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