Key West officials have approved an offshore barrier to redirect algae accumulating on South Beach, posing a health threat and harming nearby businesses. CONTRIBUTED Key West’s South Beach may be swimmable again, with no piles of seaweed or sargassum, and the accompanying stench of its decay posing a health hazardRead More →

A Parsippany-based company has purchased four weeklies in Massachusetts, bringing total local news acquisitions since 2020 to 71 newspapers in twelve states. CherryRoad Media entered the news business in late 2021. It is led by Jeremy Gulban, a 47-year-old Denville resident and unaffiliated voter who is also the CEO ofRead More →

Breadcrumb Links MoneyWise Canada future money Company $1,000 for a Barbie doll? Savvy sellers take advantage of Queen’s death Author of the article: Sean Gallup/Getty Images Content of the article As thousands of mourners flooded the doors of royal residences across the UK with flowers and cards following the deathRead More →

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has denied claims by Nollywood actress Helena Duru that her agents assaulted the actress during a raid. Helena on Saturday accused some officers of the Economic and Financial Commission of breaking into her home and physically assaulting her in Enugu State. The actress sharedRead More →

Kathryn Norris of the local organization Women’s March is donating $500 to the Key West Police Love Fund in appreciation for all the work the police do to help her organization with parades and marches. CONTRIBUTED In 2006, the sudden death of Key West Police Detective John Piskator left hisRead More →

Nordic Fest organizers are buzzing behind the scenes for the annual celebration of all things Scandinavian – Nordic Fest at Decorah.The theme for Nordic Fest 2022 (July 28-30) is “All Directions Point Norse”.The Fest, which began in 1967, promises something for all ages with festive food, arts and crafts, livelyRead More →

Alyssa Choiniere Alyssa Choiniere | for editor and editor The Border Belt Independent fulfills a dual mission to serve both readers and newspapers in four of North Carolina’s poorest counties. The publication provides detailed information to local newspapers in its rural coverage area. “Their reporters go from meeting to meetingRead More →

Dozens of schools across the country have closed due to extreme weather, with the Met Office issuing a ‘red’ warning due to rising temperatures. With temperatures potentially reaching 41 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, many schools closed until Wednesday July 20. Grenoside Community Primary School in Sheffield said it would closeRead More →

Amazon is creating more than 4,000 new permanent jobs across the UK this year, the online giant has announced. The company said the recruitment drive would increase its permanent workforce to 75,000, having created 40,000 new jobs over the past three years. Amazon said it had invested £1 billion acrossRead More →

Kamalu Mijinyawa has spent 21 years doing everything possible to ensure the production of quality films. He also spent 19 years managing film production in Kannywood. In this interview with IBRAHIM HAMISU, he talks about the details of his role in the industry. Background I was born in Unguwar TudunRead More →

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 →