Bernice Fuhrmann at work at the Clintonville Tribune-Gazette before her retirement. Jean FaucherPhoto Fuhrmann leaves a lasting impression By Jean Faucher On May 16, longtime Clintonville resident Bernice Fuhrmann could be seen tending to a row of freshly planted hibiscus. Fuhrmann loves flowers, birds and working on projects without deadlines.Read More →

Thu 02/06/2022 – 1:24 p.m. administrator The Ohwahnasee District, which includes Adair, Audubon, Carroll, Cass, Crawford, Harrison and Shelby counties of the Mid-America Council of the Boy Scouts of America, is thrilled to announce the district’s first girls troop. Many months were spent finding a chartered organization to sponsor them,Read More →

When a potential $6 billion Chevron-Phillips Chemical ethylene plant made headlines in Orange County in January 2019, everyone agreed it was a big deal. This one-time investment, it has been noted by someone in the know, would be equal to the rest of the values ​​of the county’s industrial facilitiesRead More →

Around 63 million tech devices are sold in Nigeria each year, according to data from original equipment manufacturers. Estimates suggest that device owners change their devices every six to 18 months. This was disclosed in the National Communications Commission’s “Device Management System Deployment: Project Information Memorandum”. The commission said: “OEMRead More →

Union Systems Limited, Africa’s leading trade finance software company, announced yesterday that Fidelity Bank, a leading financial institution in Nigeria, has selected its KachasiTM trade finance software and OptimusTM business portal, to automate its trade finance operations. The bank’s decision to partner with Union Systems Limited is part of itsRead More →

Brookhaven officially unveiled the ‘Wings of the City’ sculpture exhibit to residents yesterday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The “Wings of the City” exhibition includes nine sculptures by contemporary Mexican artist Jorge Marín. Brookhaven City Council approved the display and locations of the sculptures at a March 22 meeting. The cityRead More →

A Greensprings School chemistry teacher, Mr Lanre Oguntoye, emerged in the top 60 of 7,000 nominated teachers from 113 countries in this year’s Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Award. Oguntoye, according to a statement on Wednesday, also received national honors as the Lagos State Champion of Professor Maltina of the Year 2021Read More →

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At an evening celebrating African talent, Stan Nze and Osas Ighodaro won Best Actor and Actress in a Drama respectively for the 2022 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards. Osas, who is Nigerian-American, beat out competition from Kehinde Bankole, Bisola Aiyeola and Nancy Isime, among others, to win the Best ActressRead More →

NIGERIA has a thriving telephone market, supported by young demographics and slow but steady internet penetration. According to the World Bank, Nigeria has the largest mobile market in sub-Saharan Africa. Recently, MTN Nigeria, the country’s largest telecommunications company, revealed that half of its 74.93 million subscribers have smartphones. The growthRead More →

Eddie Nketiah bolstered Arsenal’s bid to finish in the Premier League’s top four with a brace in their 2-1 win over Leeds on Sunday. Nketiah scored twice in the opening 10 minutes at the Emirates Stadium as Mikel Arteta’s side secured their fourth successive victory. Leeds had skipper Luke AylingRead More →

InsideNoVa’s Prince William County newspaper won the Virginia Press Association’s competition award among the state’s largest weeklies for editorial and advertising excellence in 2021. InsideNoVa/Prince William won a total of 31 awards in the annual VPA competition, including 11 first prizes. Competing against other weekly newspapers with circulations over 9,000Read More →

Lunches on Broad Street downtown. Where is it? Where all the lights shine. The city core is roughly bounded by the Downtown Connector to the east, I-20 to the south, Northside Drive to the west, and North Avenue to the north. What’s the story? Like just about every other cityRead More →

Sir Ray Tindle, who died aged 95, was the enthusiastic rescuer of more than 200 local newspapers in the UK and an imaginative and charming philanthropist. He put his lifelong energy into a model of ultra-local news, reduced private property and an absolute ban on borrowing money – thus defyingRead More →

Google has announced that it will block apps from recording phone calls on its devices starting next month. As The Independent reported, the company will remove features used by call recording apps to give them access to the calls themselves. This access is achieved through accessibility technology that aims toRead More →

Shanghai authorities have reported the first Covid-19 deaths in the latest outbreak in China’s largest and wealthiest city. The three people who died were elderly, suffered from underlying illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension and had not been vaccinated against the coronavirus, Health Commission Inspector Wu Ganyu told reporters. “AfterRead More →

Tax Policy Partner and Africa Tax Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mr. Taiwo Oyedele, has criticized plans to impose a new corporate tax to raise funds for the National Youth Service Corps program. He said it was counterproductive to continue imposing taxes on businesses struggling to stay afloat. The House of RepresentativesRead More →

Final offers were due for Chelsea on Thursday in one of the most public sports franchise sales in history. Here, the PA news agency takes a look at the suitors. Sir Martin Broughton Sir Martin Broughton is among the bidders (Steve Parsons/PA) The former Liverpool and British Airways chairman hasRead More →

Duluth City Green Where is it? 25 miles northeast of downtown in Gwinnett County. It’s about a 40 minute drive to I-85. What’s the story? Like many small towns in Georgia, Duluth owes its existence to the railroad. Originally known as Howell Crossing after an early settler, it was renamedRead More →

Katerina Tikhonova and Mariya Vorontsova The United Kingdom (UK) has announced sanctions against the two well-known daughters of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a bid to undermine their “lavish lifestyle”. Putin’s daughters are Katerina Tikhonova and Mariya Vorontsova. Sanctions will include severe restrictions. The UK coordinated these sanctions with theRead More →

Researching local history just got easier in Arlington. Thanks to a $28,000 donation from local historian Richard A. Duffy to the Arlington Libraries Foundation, The Arlington Lawyer and other Arlington newspapers dating from 1871 to 2005 have been digitized. The Historical Arlington Newspapers online resource is available at andRead More →

By Nneka Nnamdi and Sean Yoes The tragic deaths of three Baltimore city firefighters: firefighter/paramedic Kelsey Sadler, EMT/Firefighter Kenny Lacayo and Lt. Paul Butrim (Firefighter John McMaster was also seriously injured, but survived), on the morning of January 25, while battling a fire in a vacant house in the 200Read More →

A non-governmental organization, the Khalil Suleiman Halilu Foundation (KSH), has unveiled its first program titled EveryGirl, a project focused on increasing women’s participation in entrepreneurship and technology-related fields. Its founder, Khalil Halilu, in a Friday statement in Abuja, said the program was designed specifically for young female entrepreneurs between theRead More →

The Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria advises that the submission of the report on the Nigerian Corporate Governance Code 2018 is to be done virtually by organizations through the council’s online web portal. A council statement said the affected organizations included all state-owned enterprises and their holding companies, concession/privatized enterprises,Read More →

The Nigerian Communications Commission said the fifth generation network will fill the country’s fiber optic connectivity gap and improve internet penetration through its wireless broadband connectivity across the country. According to the World Bank, Nigeria needs three times more fiber infrastructure than it currently has to achieve around 90% broadbandRead More →

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said on Friday it may suspend the nationwide Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise in July. The INEC Chairman’s Chief Press Officer, Mr. Rotimi Oyekanmi, revealed this during an interview with journalists on the sidelines of the ongoing two-day editorial capacity building workshop for officials.Read More →

HUAWEI Technologies, a Chinese multinational tech company, said it has developed a technology called the Intelligent Pipeline Monitoring System to help tackle crude oil theft in Nigeria. A statement quotes Huawei Nigeria Enterprise Business Director Mr Li Wei as saying this while speaking on the sidelines of the Nigerian InternationalRead More →

Residents of Driftless are quick to brag about being “local”. Buy from family businesses, wear clothes that promote their piece of paradise, tell tourists about all the myriad places they need to see, even read their local news fervently. It all adds up to a sense of pride unmatched byRead More →

Published February 21, 2022 Professor Umar Garba Danbatta, Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, reaffirmed the commission’s commitment to addressing identified gaps and shortages in the country’s critical telecommunications infrastructure. To achieve this, Danbatta said, the NCC would ensure the implementation of various regulatory initiatives and programs, working withRead More →

Posted February 14, 2022 The European Union has announced an EU-Nigeria digital economy package worth €820 million until 2024. European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager announced the package on Sunday evening at the presidential villa during a meeting with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. This was in a statement signedRead More →

It’s a widespread lament that many traditional newspapers, especially smaller local newspapers, and other outlets have seen their subscriptions dry up as international internet giants rush into their traditional advertising markets. Through Associated Press JAMEY KEATEN February 13, 2022, 08:16 • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail thisRead More →

THE Times of Tunbridge Wells website has been relaunched with new features, a bold new look but with the same dedication to breaking news and bringing all the biggest exclusives as they happen. was launched over five years ago and during that time has been the most trusted sourceRead More →

The Dunwoody Police Department placed an officer on administrative leave for allegedly violating its public criticism policy, among other things. Officer Brian Bolden, a prisoner transport officer for the Dunwoody Police Department, received a letter from the department on February 2, saying he would be placed on administrative leave pendingRead More →

Posted February 7, 2022 Fraud is a recurring word in all Nigerian dailies. A Nigerian newspaper seems incomplete without a report on fraud or fraudulent activities in public or private companies. It’s so common that, without deliberate monitoring, you might not even notice you’ve just read about it. So itRead More →

Posted February 5, 2022 The Nigerian Army has dismissed a report from online media (not The PUNCH) alleging that Nigerian Army personnel were lamenting the delay in paying their January salaries and that many soldiers were being paid peanuts. The director of army public relations, brigadier general. Onyema Nwachukwu, inRead More →

In pursuit of its customer appreciation, while promoting the adoption of mobile payment solutions in the country, FirstBank is rewarding cardholders and customers of its branded Visa Gold card in its ongoing Visa Gold card. The promotion which will reward over 300 Visa Gold cardholders during the promotion is scheduledRead More →

January 28, 2022 As the highest point in the High Weald, Crowborough occupies an elevated position in the region. Victoria Roberts reflects on its history and talks to some of the shopkeepers about what makes the East Sussex town such a pleasure to live and work in… THE ORIGINAL sourceRead More →

I am a doctor. I also have a master’s degree in public health. I don’t brag; it was a requirement for me to be board certified, so I had to. It gave me just enough knowledge to be dangerous when interpreting numbers, which is why I mentioned it. Today’s articleRead More →