Madeline Dennis

It’s Leaf Peeping Season in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is a destination of choice for people who travel to take pictures of the fall foliage which are also known as “leaf peeers”. The Commonwealth is among the best places in the world to see brilliant fall colors, according to the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR). …

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Barnstable County seeks candidates for human rights committee

BARNSTABLE – The Barnstable County Human Rights Advisory Commission is seeking candidates to fill vacancies from early 2022. The mission of the nine-member volunteer commission is to promote equal opportunity in housing, employment, education and health care for all people in Barnstable, regardless of race, color, creed , gender, sexual …

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Lost and Found and Second Chance Deals around Lubbock

While some think the sweetest rewards in life are the hard-earned rewards, I feel different. Although I appreciate the importance of the effort, I cherish the graces of life even more. If it goes without saying that our work bears fruit, how can we explain that good fortune occurs without …

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Asian insect known to kill native plants found in Indiana – NBC Chicago

Earlier this summer, a photograph of a spotted lantern taken in southern Indiana sparked a huge effort to eradicate the insect that is on the federally regulated list of invasive species. The photo of Vevay’s man was the first sighting of a spotted lantern in Indiana and was the most …

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United Arab Emirates to invest $ 12 billion in UK

This amount complements the investment partnership between the two countries, which began in March, with an initial commitment of 800,800 million (8,928 million) from Mubadala and 200,200 million (4,234 million) from the United Kingdom. “The UAE is making an investment of $ 10 billion (about $ 11.7 billion),” Mubadala said …

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Bandits lost their human rights when they took up arms against Nigeria – Ndume responds to activists

The Chairman of the Senate Army Committee, Senator Ali Ndume, said that bandits, terrorists and other criminals should not be spared from the onslaught of the military and other security agents. He said terrorists, bandits and other criminal gangs, who are being bombed in the north of the country, have …

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Hard Money Loans – When a Real Estate Investment Needs Quick Financing »RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News

There are many ways to successfully invest in real estate. We don’t hear so much about hard money lending these days, but it still has a valuable place in the investment world. Hard money lenders typically don’t assess real estate the same way most investors and other real estate professionals …

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Investors want change, but founders like Mark Zuckerberg are holding them back

If Walmart Inc. weren’t under family control or Lyft Inc. didn’t have a two-class share structure, shareholder resolutions calling on the two companies to disclose more information about their lobbying activities would have gone beyond this. proxy season. Likewise, four of Facebook Inc.’s five shareholder proposals received a majority of …

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Why Justin Trudeau’s affordable housing strategy isn’t working

The images of homelessness and Toronto’s military-style intervention to rid Trinity Bellwoods Park of vulnerable camp residents in the midst of a pandemic were enraged, especially for governments that say they are determined to make a strategy of affordable housing their top priority. And those we see on the streets …

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UAPB program promoting land

After his 44-year career with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Charley Williams, a soil conservation veteran and alumnus of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, shows no signs of slowing down in his career. He continues to serve small-scale and underserved farmers in Arkansas, introducing them to US Department …

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