Tag Archives: covid pandemic

Over Mayor’s Objection, Aldermen Vote to Consider Annexation – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — A majority of the city’s board of aldermen voted on Friday to approve a study to determine the feasibility of annexing the Broadmoor and LaGrange areas of the county north of Natchez and the area through the Beau Pre subdivision into the city. the county south of the …

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Local nonprofits get pandemic financial boost – Daily Local

The Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO) is receiving $250,000 in federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to support nonprofit organizations throughout the Commonwealth. The grant funding, allocated through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development with support from State Senators Carolyn Comitta and Tim Kearney, …

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Radio Rescue: KDUN goes “all the way” | Local News

The circle is complete for Delilah. The nationally syndicated radio host purchased KDUN Radio, a 50,000 watt AM station from Reedsport. This is the station where teenage Delilah got her start after taking a job with then-station owners Jerome and Steve Kenegy. Today, Delilah is heard by over 12 million …

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Local rental market tearing up homelessness solutions

The side effects of rent control, rising inflation, high demand and low supply have created a housing storm in a county where the median per capita income before the 2019 pandemic was $21,380, or just 58% of the state median, according to the US Census Bureau. Two years later, there …

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launching a $350 million pandemic homeowner relief fund; applications open – Daily Local

The Pennsylvania Homeowners Assistance Fund to help struggling homeowners impacted by the pandemic was launched, and applications for eligible homeowners in Chester County and Pennsylvania opened on Monday. “As we continue to advance our COVID-19 recovery efforts, we must address the growing number of homeowners facing possible home loss and …

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Hundreds of Chester County families in need receive support from CCIU students – Daily Local

DOWNINGTOWN—The holidays have been a little brighter for Chester County families thanks to students and staff at Chester County Technical College’s (CCIU) three secondary school campuses, Child Development Center and Career (CCDC) and Holiday Hope Chest Program. The Holiday Hope Chest is a charity event that provides a free day …

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Vaccine, infection data marks small wins in battle for Omicron

AstraZeneca and Novavax say their shots protect Omicron UK data suggests fewer hospitalizations than Delta’s Do not extrapolate from similar African data -African CDC WHO also called for caution before drawing firm conclusions Biden moves too little, too late for Omicron experts JOHANNESBURG / LONDON, Dec.23 (Reuters) – Two vaccine …

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State again extending expiration of driver’s license / ID | Local news

Illinois driver’s license and ID card expiration dates have been extended for an additional three months until March 31, 2022. This will be the last extension, Secretary of State Jesse White said. “This extension is necessary as my office continues to handle the high volume of clients caused by the …

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Andy Brack: How Helping Your Local Newspaper Helps Democracy | Guest column

Your local newspaper, especially those published weekly, is under siege. And in the process, our democracy too. Newspapers are finding it increasingly difficult to keep publishing each week. Since 2004, more than 1,800 local newspapers have gone dark, including several in South Carolina during the COVID-19 pandemic. And since 2004, …

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Newspaper finds delays in fire inspection plan

LAS VEGAS (AP) – A Las Vegas rental property inspection program, which was launched in response to the deadliest residential fire in city history, got off to a slow start, with visits to only two of 36 potentially risky complexes, a newspaper found. City lawmakers last April allowed code inspections …

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Chester County businesses hit hard by pandemic receive state funding – Daily Local

Governor Tom Wolf announced Tuesday that 5,860 companies – including hundreds in Chester County – have received financial support this year under the COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Relief Program, helping to protect and preserve this vital industry by Pennsylvania. “We developed the CHIRP program to bring immediate relief to restaurants and …

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UKIBC, NASSCOM and techUK develop joint position paper to drive growth in digital and IT sectors

NEW DELHI, Nov. 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – When Prime Ministers Modi and Johnson declared their joint intention to start talks on a comprehensive free trade agreement between the UK and India in May 2021, they have also set a goal of doubling bilateral trade by 2030. India’s IT …

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Report assesses state of virtual international exchanges

A new survey on the state of virtual international exchanges has found growth in virtual exchange programs driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it also identifies gaps in data on these programs, their quality and results. “What the report shows very clearly is that there are a wide variety of …

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Fire Territory’s CARES program is growing

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 7:53 PM The Community Assistance Resources Emergency Services (CARES) program has been officially part of the Warsaw-Wayne Fire Protection Territory (WWFT) for less than a year, but it has already become a busy program that continues to grow to help residents. of the city and township. …

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The Independent wins nine journalism awards at the annual Missouri Press competition • Missouri Independent

The Missouri Independent won nine awards on Saturday – including two top prizes for government coverage and breaking news – in the annual Missouri Press Association Better Newspaper competition. The awards were presented at the association’s annual convention in Excelsior Springs. The Independent took part in the Daily class 2 …

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RPBHS teaches students how to overcome adversity

Principal of Royal Palm Beach High School, Dr Jesús Armas, told the Royal Palm Beach Education Advisory Board on Monday, September 13 that his school is dedicated to helping students succeed. Armas, who served as the school principal for 12 years, said the school taught about the events of September …

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Residents affected by Hurricane Aida, disaster assistance available through the Small and Medium Business Administration – Daily Local

Washington – The catastrophic debris from Hurricane Aida continues to be cleaned up, and local business owners and landlords are still weighing the economic impact. Federal support is being provided through the Small and Medium Business Administration to businesses and eligible residents across the affected region after a severe storm …

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Poll: Many Americans are resuming pre-virus activities

Michael Dwyer / AP In this file photo from June 5, 2021, crowds gather on L Street Beach in Boston’s South Boston neighborhood. By Adrian Sainz and Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press Friday June 18, 2021 | 2:13 p.m. MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Many Americans are relaxing precautions taken during the COVID-19 …

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Governor Evers visits the Breitenmoser family farm

Dairy Month, Badger Bounceback, Redistribution Discussed By Tina L. Scott MMC staff LINCOLN COUNTY – Governor Tony Evers and Senator Brad Pfaff visited the Breitenmoser Family Farms on Joe Snow Road in Lincoln County on Wednesday, June 2, as part of its June launch. Hans Breitenmoser Jr. gave the governor …

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Let’s Be Whole Healthy Food Mobile Pantry

The local organization hosts a weekly food giveaway at Sole Folks in Leimert Park, as well as in Compton and San Pedro. LA Standard newspaper needs your support so that we can continue to create positive stories about black communities. $ 20, $ 50, $ 100, $ 500, $ 1000. …

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May 29, 2021 – Red Bluff Daily News

Due to stay-at-home orders statewide in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, most local events and meetings have been canceled. Here is a list of public meetings, many of which are held by teleconference. Check with each agency for information on submitting public comments. If your group or agency begins meetings …

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SWOT Analysis of Global Paper Chemicals Market 2021-2027, by Manufacturers, Application, Type, Sales Channels, Revenue, Demand, and Future Opportunities

GlobeNewswire05/26/2021 A recently released report on the Paper Chemicals Market by Orbis Research includes market overview, detailed product, service literature, and overall industry scenario by 2027. Global Product Market Size chemicals for paper is expected to reach a CAGR of 2.4% in 2021-2026. Dallas, May 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – …

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Editor-in-Chief at Vermont Community Newspaper Group

A copy of the Stowe Reporter newspaper is pictured on May 24, 2021. Photo by Natalie Williams / VTDigger The editor of the Vermont Community Newspaper Group, which owns five newspapers statewide, is out of work. Jessie Forand’s departure from the besieged media company appears to revolve around journalist Tommy …

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Swat students seek facilities for online courses – Journal

SWAT: Female students claim their educational institutions failed to set up a proper e-learning system during the lockdown, causing them to face many problems studying their courses online. Due to the closure of educational institutions following the Covid-19 pandemic, the education system has shifted from physical to virtual everywhere. However, …

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