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Bantam and Candlewood Lake groups among DEEP grant recipients

DEEP recently announced its recipients of the second round of grants from its Aquatic Invasive Species Grant Program, with $370,000 going to 15 projects aimed at reducing the impacts of aquatic invasive species on Connecticut’s inland waters, according to a report. communicated. The Aquatic Invasive Species Grant Program was made …

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East Feliciana Drug Council Summer Camp Engages Teens | Feliciana East

Kira Brewer is full. Full of laughter, smiles and dreams. She enjoys photography, writing poetry and drawing. Life is full of positives and pitfalls which can include drugs, alcohol abuse, and financial difficulties. Enter the East Feliciana Drug and Alcohol Council. The council strives to help cultivate dreams and overcome …

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission approves first grant program

The Erie County Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission, now known as Diverse Erie, is set to launch its first grant program in July. The Generational Impact Grant program, which was unanimously approved by the commission on Thursday, will provide grants ranging from $100,000 to $500,000 to capital projects deemed to …

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Payday Loan Service: Market Growth Expected to Increase Significantly from 2022 to 2028

Payday Loan Services Market 2022 this report is included with the Impact of latest market disruptions such as Russian-Ukrainian war and COVID19 outbreak impact analysis key points influencing market growth. Also, Payday Loan Services Market (By Major Key Players, By Types, By Applications and Major Regions) Segments Outlook, Business Assessment, …

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Spectral MD Wins Best Technology Award

Spectral MD Wins Best Technology Award at Prestigious European Mediscience Awards in London DALLAS – June 27, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Spectral MD Holdings, Ltd. (AIM: SMD), a Dallas-based company, won Best Technology at the prestigious European Mediscience Awards held in London this month. Spectral MD develops optical medical devices with …

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China must develop a more consensual approach to the Himalayas…

(MENAFN- Colombo Gazette) During a seminar, the Democratic Forum (TDF) discussed the politicization of water and discussed the need for China to take its responsibilities to develop a more consensual approach to water in the Himalayan region. “China refuses to participate in multilateral forums regarding the use of border waters …

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Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Cody Ford hosts his first youth camp

PINEVILLE, La. (KALB) — Former Pineville Rebel and current Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Cody Ford kicked off his first-ever youth football camp on Saturday. Boys and girls aged 7-17 came to camp to learn from the best. The youth soccer camp has been in the works for many years and …

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Lancaster County commissioners should prioritize affordable housing when allocating federal relief funds [editorial] | Our opinion

Lancaster County commissioners should prioritize affordable housing when allocating federal relief funds [editorial] |  Our opinion

THE PROBLEM: The Lancaster County government received $106 million from the 2021 US Bailout Act. Federal relief money can be used to meet a wide range of community needs, including (but but not limited to) improving and supporting the community’s public health response; address the negative economic impacts caused by …

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Best Small Business Loans for Gigsters

As a gigster, you probably come across many situations where you need money that you don’t have on hand. You want to start a new business, but you need an expensive machine or equipment. Or maybe you want to expand a current business but don’t have the necessary capital. Whether …

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Himachal to hire 3,970 paid para-workers

The Himachal Pradesh cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Jairam Thakur, on Saturday gave approval to hire 3,970 para-paid workers, six hours a day, in Jal Shakti county for departmental programs in accordance with the policy of the para workers. The Cabinet also announced that the state government would guarantee jobs …

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CFSB center to host Grizzlies summer basketball camp on July 9

History links The Memphis Grizzlies will host their youth basketball camp at Murray State University on Friday, July 9, 2022. The event will take place at the CFSB Center and is open to children ages 7-16. The one-day skills camp will run from 9:00 …

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Predatory lenders make money from rising gas and food prices

By Nicole Goodkind, CNN Business Over the past few months, Yumekia Jones, a legal assistant in the Indianola office of the Mississippi Center for Justice, has received an unusually high number of calls — a peak of around 400% — from people in dire need of financial assistance. immediate. Most …

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2022 Congressional Law Enforcement Awards Announced by Rep. Buchanan

BRADENTON — The winners of the 16th Congressional District Law Enforcement Awards were presented Tuesday by Congressman Vern Buchanan. The awards, established 12 years ago to honor law enforcement officers and departments in Florida’s 16th District for outstanding achievement, were decided by an independent panel of current and retired members …

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EPA delays greenhouse gas regulations as court ruling looms

By Keith Goldberg (June 22, 2022, 10:30 p.m. EDT) – The Biden administration has pushed back the release of plans to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity sector until next year, as has the U.S. Supreme Court could limit the reach of the U.S. authority on climate change of …

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Calling All Young Singers: Berks Youth Chorus Summer Sing

All youth are invited to participate in the BYC Summer Sing from July 25-29, 2022. Summer Sing is a week-long day camp, open to youth in grades 3-7. The camp welcomes all children – no auditions take place. BYC Summer Sing is for kids who love to sing and want …

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CoSA R&D League Rapid Appeal Funding Awarded to UTSA Faculty to Address Civic Challenges | UTSA today | UTSA

Formed in January 2020, the R&D League—aligning the efforts of four key partners, CoSA, Southwest Research Institute, USAA, and UTSA—works to create cross-industry, multidisciplinary teams that use scientific methods and data to investigate new ideas, facilitate evidence-based policymaking and exploring the frontier of innovation for our 1.5 million people. “As …

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Consumer and Corporate Debt Consolidation Market – Designer Women

A recent report on the world Consolidation of consumer and business debt market published by Market Reports provides a comprehensive overview and assessment of opportunities at the moment. The study provides an in-depth review of key market trends. To most accurately forecast growth in the Consumer and Commercial Debt Consolidation, …

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Horry-Georgetown Technical College offers pre-police academy training to newly hired officers

CONWAY SC (WBTW) – Horry-Georgetown Technical College hopes to ease the county’s shortage of police officers with its new police pre-academy training certificate program for newly hired officers. Candidates for the program will receive training equivalent to the first four weeks of basic law enforcement training at the state criminal …

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Everything you need to know about Maine brook trout

This story was originally published in December 2020. No species of fish is more synonymous with Maine than brook trout. And you could argue that none is more important to the state. Brook trout is to inland Maine what lobster is to the coast, and is as much a part …

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Clover Kids Helps Nebraska Youth Connect to 4-H Programs Statewide | Nebraska today

Summer activities are in full swing, but Nebraska 4-H youth manage to find time to prepare for county and state fairs. On June 7 in Falls City, Neb., the local Richardson County 4-H Extension hosted a Clover Camp for 5-7 year olds. Children participated in craft activities and had a …

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German bank pledges Rs 4,000 cr for commuter train project

German bank pledges Rs 4K cr for commuter train project Sources said officials have been working for the past six months to secure the necessary clearances Chiranjeevi Kulkarni, DHNS, bangalore, June 20, 2022, 01:10 updated: 20 Jun 2022, 03:45 ist German state-owned investment and development bank KfW Bankengruppe has pledged …

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Small ticket, big business: Fintech companies see an increase in instant loans

Home loans and other personal loans made up 64 percent of additional credits over the past two fiscal years. Business Standard has always endeavored to provide up-to-date information and commentary on developments that matter to you and that have wider political and economic implications for the country and the world. …

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Volunteers to eliminate invasive water chestnut on the Oswegatchie River | Best Stories

HEUVELTON – Next week, volunteers will clear an infestation of an invasive plant species from the Oswegatchie River in the village of Heuvelton. The water chestnut, Trapa natans, is a very aggressive invasive aquatic plant found in lakes, bays, canals and slow-moving rivers with muddy bottoms. The plant was likely …

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Huron Plainman | HRMC Foundation awards $4,500 in healthcare interest scholarships

HRMC Foundation awards $4,500 in healthcare interest scholarships The Huron Regional Medical Center (HRMC) Foundation announces the recipients of 13 healthcare interest scholarships totaling $4,500, according to Shawn Martin, Executive Director. “Our goal in offering these interest scholarships is to encourage students in the area who may have an interest …

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Operation Shoestring Summer Camp for Jackson Kids Focuses on Health and Wellness

Operation Shoestring has been providing after-school and summer activities for Jackson kids for decades, but this year they’re doing things a little differently. The new venture is called “Project Rise” and activities focusing on physical and mental health are dotted throughout the summer. This includes integrating wellness conversations into camp …

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The L (Gold) line extension in Pomona is halfway done!

Officials gathered in San Dimas today for the celebration. Photo: Foothill Gold Line Building Authority. The L (Gold) Line extension project from its current terminus at Azusa to Pomona is now 50% complete. The project will add four new stations – Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne and Pomona (see map …

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West Bengal man detained for harassing borrowers with altered photos

Shoaib was part of a loan collection team for loan application companies. He had gathered the borrowers’ details and saved them on his laptop. Although he lost his job, he continued to harass borrowers, asking them to repay the loans. He sent transformed photos of the victim’s friends and family …

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Nederland Bulldogs appoint new baseball coach – Port Arthur News

NEDERLAND — The Nederland Bulldogs baseball program will have a new coach running the show, pending board approval. Kyle Green, who has served as the program’s assistant coach for the past five years, will take over the program after Bryan Spell, who will take charge of the high school’s vocational …

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LSU legend Warren Morris hosts youth baseball camp

LECOMPTE, La. (KALB) – Warren Morris and Louisiana Christian baseball coach Mike Byrnes have teamed up to run a youth camp, which teaches boys and girls how to get up to speed and improve their skills. This is the first baseball camp that Morris and Byrnes have organized. The former …

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Governor Polis Signs Multiple Bills Funding Critical #Water Conservation Programs — @CWCB_DNR — Coyote Gulch

Following a busy legislative session for the Colorado General Assembly, which ended May 11, Governor Polis signed several bills directing funding for numerous programs administered by the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB ). “The Colorado Water Conservation Board is delighted with the support of the Colorado Legislature and Governor Polis …

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Salisbury Bancorp stock set to split on Friday July 1 (NASDAQ:SAL)

Shares of Salisbury Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAL – Get a rating) are expected to split before the market opens on Friday, July 1. The 2-1 split was announced on Friday July 1. The newly created shares will be delivered to shareholders after market close on Friday, July 1. NASDAQ:SAL opened …

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University of Maryland Athletics selects Sony Broadcast and PTZ cameras for tech refresh

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland—The University of Maryland Athletics Department recently completed an in-school technology update to increase spectator engagement at home and in person, including a camera upgrade that enabled the university to standardize on eight high frame rate (HFR) compatible Sony HDC-3500 systems. cameras and two BRC-X1000 pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras. …

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What is happening to the Clinch River mussel population?

HANCOCK COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) – Before becoming Lake Norris, the Upper Clinch River flows with a variety of rare species of underwater life. The usually crystal clear waters teem with trout and herons, but the waters are now missing a key player in the river’s ecosystem: mussels. In a stretch …

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Bibb County Sheriff’s Office Hosts Summer Youth Basketball Camps

Organizers say the camp will teach the basics of the game, while helping to bond with law enforcement. Campers doing basketball drills MACON, Ga. (41NBC/WMGT)- The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office reaches out to Macon youth by hosting a summer basketball camp for boys and girls. The Police Athletic League, or …

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Painesville moves forward with amphitheater, wading pool plans after receiving state funding – News-Herald

Painesville City Manager Douglas Lewis and other officials said funding from the capital budget passed by state lawmakers earlier this month shows “Painesville is open for business.” The city’s proposed amphitheater, which will overlook the Grand River near Kiwanis Recreation Park, has received $200,000 in funding. This is in addition …

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Banks move to Checkmate mobile networks with payment systems

By AYOOLA OLAOLUWA A kind of chess game has started between the 25 depository banks (DMB) and financial technology companies (Fintech) operating in the country for control of the country’s payment services system. Traditional banks, it will be recalled, dominated the Nigerian banking space for more than a century with …

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State Department Diplomatic Security Service agents return to Kyiv, Ukraine

Foreign governments have started to reopen their embassies in Kyiv. The United States is among them, returning a new ambassador and other diplomats to the Ukrainian capital. The diplomatic security service is also on the ground to protect the embassy and its staff. Loading Something is loading. While most of …

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Gaza: Bathers enjoy clean sea water for the first time in years

“We couldn’t come before because the sea was polluted. If we did, my kids would come home with viruses’ A refreshing and unusual scene in the Gaza Strip last week – residents enjoying clean sea water after years of untreated sewage flowing directly into their coastal waters. For years, untreated …

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Otonabee Neighborhood: Back from Summer Camp at the Kawartha Potters Guild

The popular Kawartha Potters Guild week-long Clay and Crafts summer day camp is offered again in July and August with special COVID-19 protocols in place. The camp is for ages 7-12 and runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily in weekly increments beginning July 4 and ending August 19 …

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Monterey reports slow return, continued shortfall in preliminary budget – Monterey Herald

MONTEREY — After two years of fiscal challenges as a result of COVID-19, the City of Monterey is signaling it’s on the road to recovery — it just hasn’t happened yet. At its last regular meeting, the Monterey City Council received a presentation outlining the city’s preliminary operating budget for …

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Columbia Banking System, Inc. (NASDAQ:COLB) Receives Average Analyst Rating of “Hold”

Stocks of Columbia Banking System, Inc. (NASDAQ: COLB – Get a rating) received a consensus recommendation of “Hold” from the seven research firms that currently cover the company, reports MarketBeat Ratings. Four investment analysts gave the stock a hold rating and two issued a buy rating for the company. The …

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Marvin Bartley talks the future as Livingston’s assistant reveals how a new course set him up to become a full-fledged manager

Marvin Bartley has high hopes for his stint in football management. A career that saw him start at non-league level in England saw him feature in Hibs’ Scottish Cup-winning side in 2016. And while he is enjoying his final years as a player at Livingston, he also took on the …

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DEM: ‘Substantial’ solid waste from Woonsocket sewage treatment plant dumped into Blackstone River daily

“What happens in the plant is that the solid waste is not segregated or separated from the stream,” DEM spokesman Mike Healy told The Globe. “In terms of how much, we really can’t give you a definite answer on that. Doing some basic math, it’s a very busy factory. It …

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Marshall welcomes youth to the field for soccer camps | New

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Easthampton secures grant for fiber network linking government services

Published: 06/09/2022 18:46:09 Modified: 06/09/2022 18:44:02 EASTHAMPTON — Over the next year, the city plans to build a dedicated fiber network that will connect all city buildings to each other and to a backup location in a move officials say will increase the security and resilience of its network infrastructure. …

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How to Increase Your Chances of Getting Approved for a Personal Loan

Personal loans are unsecured loans and are expensive. So, avoid these high interest rate loans unless absolutely necessary. However, without any collateral securing a personal loan is a difficult task as many eligibility conditions must be met to obtain a sanctioned loan. “An instant loan helps individuals meet their financial …

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Locals Support Land Protection: Let’s Celebrate the Antiquities Act Together

By Darla DeRuiter Executive Director, Friends of Plumas Wilderness [email protected] This week marks the 116th anniversary of the Antiquities Act, which authorized presidents to protect public lands as national monuments. Have you ever visited a national monument? Do you have any thoughts on what this could mean for our region? …

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Youth hockey continues to grow in Colorado as Avalanche head to Stanley Cup Final – CBS Denver

CENTENNIAL, Colorado (CBS4) –Things were busy on the ice during the Colorado Thunderbirds’ summer skate at the Family Sports Center in Centennial. Papa Vince Africano was looking through the window. “Oh, so worth it. My son loves this. When he’s not on the ice, he just wants to be on …

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In search of independence from Western funds, the African method…… | News and reports

The United Methodist Church (UMC) has approved grants worth $3.5 million to promote agriculture as churches within its African conferences seek to become less dependent on Western funds. The money is being channeled through the Bishop Yambasu Agricultural Initiative (BYAI) – a project named for John K. Yambasu, a church …

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Atledis Labs Announces Launch of Atledis V1 Protocol – CryptoMode

Paris, France, June 7, 2022, Chainwire Atlendia capital-efficient DeFi protocol that enables collateral-free crypto lending, today announced the launch of the Atledis V1 protocol on Polygon mainnet, a complete Ethereum scaling solution. This is a major milestone for Atledis (formerly known as JellyFi) following his $4.4M Seed Funding Round and …

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High school students’ water conservation message is here to stay

Oakland County residents will soon be strolling over Mandy Chu’s conservation-focused artwork, and she couldn’t be happier. The Troy Athens High School graduate won first place out of 74 entries in the Preserve MI Waters: Stormwater Manhole Cover Art Contest for local high school and college students. His design, “Mallards …

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Wisconsin Badgers Weekly Recruiting Preview (June 5)

The Wisconsin Badgers remain busy on the recruiting track as the football and men’s basketball programs made moves this week that they hope will add future talent to the rosters. Contents Wisconsin basketball: Gehrig Normand offered Wisconsin Basketball: Gus Yalden Highlights Wisconsin Football: Official Tour Weekend June 3 Wisconsin Football: …

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Building a Greener Future: 5 Indian Startups Fighting Climate Change

With more than 150 countries expected to hold environment-themed events, environmental experts hope this year’s World Environment Day will spur a global effort to tackle what they describe as the decline of the environment. natural world. Inger Andersen, Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), said: “We are …

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TCL Honors Nursing Graduates | Walterboro Live

The Lowcountry Technical College honored 24 associate nursing graduates and 10 assistant physical therapy graduates at its pinning ceremonies in May. “We are so proud of these graduates for their perseverance and commitment to excellence, especially through COVID,” said Associate Dean of Health Sciences Dr. Joey Swearingen. Students experience on-campus …

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Armigeres subalbatus is a potential vector of Zika virus but not dengue virus | Infectious diseases of poverty

Oehler E, Watrin L, Larre P, Leparc-Goffart I, Lastere S, Valor F, et al. Zika virus infection complicated by Guillain-Barré syndrome – case report, French Polynesia, December 2013. Euro Surveill. 2014;19(9). Cordeiro MT, Pena LJ, Brito CA, Gil LH, Marques ET. IgM positive for Zika virus in the cerebrospinal fluid …

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8-18 MEDIA FEATURE: TENNIS FOR TWEENS, Bootcamp for local middle schoolers teaches fundamentals | News, Sports, Jobs

and NISTHA GAUTAM 8-18 Media Journalists Journal Special MARQUETTE — The Marquette Tennis Association recently hosted a camp that aimed to promote tennis to youth in the community, targeting high school students who wanted to learn the basics of tennis. Marquette Tennis Association member Brett Girard was the lead instructor …

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Governor’s Office | This week in New Jersey

GOVERNOR MURPHY, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF HIGHER EDUCATION ANNOUNCE SECOND ROUND OF PROPOSED CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROJECTS TO RECEIVE FUNDING UNDER THE FUTURE OBLIGATION SECURITY ACT OUR CHILDREN Governor Phil Murphy, Acting Commissioner of Education Angelica Allen-McMillan and Secretary of Higher Education Dr. Brian …

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From Coercion to Scam to China Nexus: The Growing Threat of Loan App Scams

When 22-year-old Zepto employee Sohail Shaikh recently needed money, a “Magicloan” ad on YouTube for instant micro-loans came to mind. On April 24, he ended up taking out a loan of Rs 6,000 from two applications, “Magicloan” and “cashmarket”. “I had to pay them back on April 30. I would …

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Bakersfield Tech Chief on Data Analytics, Value of Simplicity

As part of Industry Insider – California ongoing efforts to educate readers about state agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders. Gregory Pronovost is Director of Technology Services at the City of Bakersfield, a position he has held …

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Dawn June 2: Price relief possible by end of 2022, says Vilsack

President Biden is placing a new emphasis on fighting inflation as his polls continue to fall. But relief should arrive by the end of the year in food prices, according to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Vilsak says the strategy he announced on Thursday to “transform” the American food system should …

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$1 Million Lilly Grant to Boost Goshen College Summer Camps | Gochen

GOSHEN – Goshen College received a $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to be used to develop and implement summer camps for community youth to help create sustainable programming over the course of the three-year grant period and beyond. “We are grateful to have received the grant so that …

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Governor McKee mom on using state funds for Tidewater football stadium, but pledges to continue efforts

McKee made his brief comments as he left a private Rhode Island Commerce Corporation session. The Commerce Corporation, chaired by McKee, is currently reviewing a request from the town of Pawtucket and the developer to inject an additional $30 million to help bring the project to fruition after cost overruns …

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Pawn Bots make NFT takeover a reality

Pawn Bots is an NFT project from HiFi, a Utah-based company focused on a cryptocurrency lending protocol. HiFi says that with Pawn Bots, set to launch in the next few months with a run of 8,888 NFTs, holders will be able to instantly borrow against their Pawn Bots. pawn robots …

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AppZone appoints Olayiwola Osoba as VP of Marketing and Communications

AppZone, the sub-Saharan African payment infrastructure company, today appoints Olayiwola Osoba as its new vice president of marketing and corporate communications. Osoba joins AppZone from Tek Experts where he led marketing and corporate communications in the company’s Africa region. In his new role, Osoba will oversee marketing, branding and storytelling …

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Mind Your Business: Boone Lake Adds More Than Water to the Region This Summer | Blogs

Summer is off to a good start. It’s time to enjoy the region in all its rugged, green and mountainous glory. Here are some events to mark on your calendar this month. • The Kingsport Town Center Association will host a Father’s Day themed shop on Thursday, June 2 from …

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State allocates funds for the construction of the Corrigan Relief Route | Community

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Launch of Debite funding platform to fuel start-up growth in the UK

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Debitthe dynamic funding platform for start-ups, today announced its UK launch with a mission to help companies manage their cash more effectively and maximize their growth potential. Tackling one of the main reasons most start-ups fail, Debite’s Buy Now Pay Later model means customers benefit from cost-smoothing of expensive …

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Top 5 government jobs of the day

Top 5 Government Jobs of the Day – May 30, 2022: 1500+ vacancies advertised in SECR, BRO, TNPSC, UPSC and RPSC for various positions. Top 5 government jobs of the day: Today i.e. 30th May 2022 vacancies are available under Board Roads Wings, Board Roads Organization (BRO), South East Central …

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Priorities 2022 and beyond – The Suburban Times

Office of Jani Hitchen, Pierce County Council, District 6 blog post. With 2022 almost halfway through, I started setting priorities at the end of 2021 and looking to the future. There was a lot of work that was started during my first year in office, but there was still so …

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May 29, 2022 | Lehigh Valley Volunteer Center Current Volunteer Opportunities | The Valley Register

Have fun making crafts or playing games and help keep children with special needs safe at our exciting summer camp at Camelot for Kids in Allentown. Volunteer buddies are needed for a day or as often as you can, Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 20 to …

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Open call: International residency 2022 – Announcements

Asia Culture Center (ACC) is pleased to announce the open international call for the ACC Residency 2022. Applications are currently being accepted online with a submission deadline of June 13, 2022. Under the theme “Post-COVID-19 Era, Posthumanism”, ACC Residency 2022 seeks to interrogate issues such as the fourth industrial revolution …

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Insider Buying: Flagstar Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: FBC) Manager Buys 13,500 Shares

Flagstar Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: FBC – Get a rating) Manager Peter Schoels bought 13,500 shares in a trade on Friday, May 27. The shares were purchased at an average cost of $37.72 per share, for a total transaction of $509,220.00. Following the acquisition, the director now directly owns 18,579 shares …

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A quality certificate must be issued below for the clearance of contractors’ invoices PWD | Kerala News

Thiruvananthapuram: Even as the dust raised by the Palarivattom Bridge fiasco was settling, another similar structure that was under construction collapsed recently at Koolimadu in Kozhikode district. The recurring poor construction projects have embarrassed the Public Works Department (PWD) to no end. In order to guarantee the quality of the …

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Divorce Albatros in the middle of warm waters

Release date: Week of May 27, 2022 stream/download this segment as an MP3 file Albatross parents tend to their egg. (Photo: David Patte, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Flickr, CC BY-ND 2.0) Albatrosses usually mate for life, but new evidence shows that warming waters may lead to increased separation of …

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A strong summer job market for teens

Instead of letting customers decide how much to tip, restaurants are increasingly adding a standard “service charge” to customer bills, so servers can count on making more money. , said Mr. Hamilton. Eighteen per cent is common, he said, with the option for customers to increase the amount – but …

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$97 Million Banning Ranch Conservation Project Gets Final Funding

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Environmentalists received the final funding needed Thursday to purchase the 384-acre Banning Ranch oilfield as part of an effort to restore the land as an open-air park. The state Wildlife Conservation Board has awarded up to $15.5 million in grants to nonprofit groups Trust for Public …

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Taiwan extends loan deferral application period

Borrowers who are having difficulty repaying their loans can apply for a deferral of three to six months. The application deadline is June 30, 2023. Access today Sign up for a 2 week free trial and get instant, unrestricted, unrestricted access to Regulation Asia. FREE TRY Already taken your free …

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New management and procedures, but security lapses persist at Metrorail Control Center – Greater Greater Washington

WMATA ROCC. Image from WMATA. According to the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission (WMSC), Metro’s Rail Operations Control Center (ROCC) employees repeatedly ignore and circumvent safety procedures that have been put in place to protect employees working around the rail system’s electrical grid. . The safety commission says rule violations occur …

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Part of Outer Banks Named to America’s Best Beaches List :: WRAL.com

By Marnie Hunter, CNN Ocracoke, North Carolina – A wilderness on North Carolina’s Outer Banks has earned the top spot on an annual list of America’s Best Beaches. Ocracoke Island’s patrolled beach is the first stretch of sand in 2022, according to coastal scientist Stephen Leatherman, also known as “Dr. …

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