The locations of unmarked cemeteries at Native American boarding schools will remain unknown to the general public, despite the Department of the Interior’s work to discover them. Federal agency and Native American affairs experts said releasing details of the sites could expose those burial grounds to looters and continues toRead More →

To help meet U.S. demand for skilled workers, BASF said Tuesday it was further expanding its North American Apprenticeship Development Program and welcoming nearly 100 apprentices to 20 manufacturing sites across the country. BASF said its program provides a unique opportunity to gain on-the-job training and earn industry-recognized credentials whileRead More →

When medical marijuana sales began in Illinois in 2014, cannabis companies typically chose low-profile buildings, sometimes hidden in industrial parks, to sell the controversial product. Almost 10 years later and with recreational weed now legal in the state, cannabis has become big business. Dispensaries are moving from the isolated buildingsRead More →

Federal funds flow into Alabama to help preserve important civil rights sites and create new exhibits and programs related to black history in the state. U.S. Representative Terri Sewell shared information about new National Park Service grants, which will support 11 projects in Alabama. “I am thrilled that more thanRead More →

VOLUNTEERS SERVED FREE meals to children every weekday last summer outside the Memorial Sports Center in Middlebury.Independent Photo/Megan James ADDISON COUNTY — The scheduled June 30 expiration of a federal waiver will reduce the number of locations in Addison County where children 18 and under can access free food. LocalRead More →

UK MNO EE has extended its two-hour in-store repair service for mobile phones to stores across the rest of the UK. The two-hour in-store repair service was initially launched in Bluewater, Nottingham and Portsmouth in 2020, but has now been extended to 218 of its stores. According to its site,Read More →

A New York Assembly committee on Tuesday introduced a bill to establish a statewide safe consumption sites program, allowing regulators to license facilities where people might use drugs currently illicit in a medically supervised environment. Congresswoman Linda Rosenthal’s (D) legislation was flagged by the Assembly Health Committee, with a fewRead More →

Ottawa is now requiring crowdfunding sites to record and report transactions to the federal money laundering watchdog following the truck convoy protests earlier this year. In updated regulations released April 27, the government said crowdfunding platforms, which were instrumental in funding the Freedom Convoy protests in Ottawa, are now requiredRead More →

Mysuru: Days after RTI activist Gangaraju was allegedly threatened at the office premises of the Mysuru Urban Development Authority (Muda), the activist on Tuesday questioned Muda officers about how members of the A family obtained sites through the site’s online auction and demanded the matter be investigated.Muda agents helped theRead More →

According to an advocacy group that manages the city’s heritage resources, several of Calgary’s historic buildings are at risk due to obsolescence and potential redevelopment. Over the next few weeks, Heritage Calgary will highlight seven properties in the Assessed Historic Resource Inventory that it considers potentially at risk in anRead More →

Rome Architecture Guide: 30 Sites That Celebrate the City’s Rich Culture and History Citta del Sole / Labics. Image © Marco Cappelletti Share Share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or Spanning over 3 millennia with one of the highest concentrations of architecture in the world, Rome wields aRead More →

A Liverpool businessman has refused to reveal how much he paid Liverpool City Council for two sites which are now under police investigation. Elliot Lawless, chairman of the Elliot Group, was arrested in December 2019 along with then Liverpool council regeneration chief Nick Kavanagh. More than £300,000 in cash wasRead More →

HAMPTON ROADS, Va. – Safely get rid of all your unwanted prescription drugs. Several police departments across the country hold their annual drug take-back events for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, with several events taking place in Hampton Roads. You can return all expired, unused and unwanted prescription medications. AccordingRead More →

Early voting for the 2022 primary election is underway in Marion County and there are more satellite sites open than ever before Election Day. Early polling stations are open in every township in Marion County. A total of nine satellite sites, including the Clerk’s Office in the City-County Building,Read More →

WATERVILLE, ME– Sasaki, in conjunction with Hopkins Architects, announced that the Colby College Harold Alfond Athletic and Recreation Center has received LEED Platinum and SITES Gold certifications. Awarded by the US Green Building Council, Platinum status is the highest LEED certification a project can achieve. SITES Gold is awarded byRead More →

Bhopal: Lower number of session sites per location, labor allocation and a less streamlined vaccination setup impacted the number of vaccinations in Bhopal. A reduction in vaccination options is seen across the city.On the vaccination portal, 114 session sites were scheduled for Saturday. The number of sessions reported to haveRead More →

Two cardboard recycling banks in Basingstoke are to be removed. Facilities at Kingsclere Recycling Site and Overton Hill Recycling Site will no longer be available from Friday 22nd April. This followed the announcement by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council that recycling centers in the borough would close. Recycling banks haveRead More →

The Cirrus Flex DERMS platform from Smarter Grid Solutions was used for the project. Picture: SGS. Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) and its partners have hailed a milestone in ADEPT’s (Association of Environmental, Economic, Planning and Transportation Managers) SMART Places Live Lab program, as four sites equipped with photovoltaic solar installationsRead More →

In a phone conversation on Monday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian and Acting Head of the Afghan Foreign Ministry Amir Khan Muttaqi held talks on issues of common concern. Expressing deep regret for recent events and attacks on Iranian diplomatic missions in Kabul and Herat, Muttaqi reassured Amirabdollahian of theRead More →

Russ Dixon, Production Manager at Wenatchee, Washington, soft proofing post-RIP pages. Wick Communications selected ProImage, an AGFA company, to streamline its production process from five print sites into a single centralized hub at its Wenatchee plant. ProImage’s NewsWayX workflow management system and several additional plug-ins handle centralization, while each ofRead More →

JERSEYVILLE — The first three-day Riverbend Ax Throwing Open: World Ax Throwing League (WATL) Tier 5 tournament begins Friday at the venue’s new location. Riverbend Ax Throwing opened its first site at 205 Eastgate Plaza in East Alton in 2019. It opened its second site on March 5 at 806Read More →

Second booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be offered, beginning Wednesday, to eligible residents of Los Angeles County vaccination sites. Federal regulators on Tuesday approved additional injections of the COVID-19 vaccine. The additional Pfizer and Moderna vaccine boosters have been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration forRead More →

BOSTON- Cancer cells initially confined to one location in the body may eventually spread, or metastasize, to distant sites such as the bones, lungs, liver, and brain, where they acquire new characteristics depending on the tissue environment particular. In a study published in Research against cancer, a team led byRead More →

The Ukrainian embassy in Israel claimed on Friday that Russia was deliberately targeting synagogues and Jewish centers in Ukraine as it pleaded with Jerusalem to provide defense aid. “Nazi Russians continue to intentionally destroy synagogues and centers of Jewish culture throughout Ukraine. What else needs to happen for the IsraeliRead More →

The US State Department is investigating whether Russian diplomatic property at Glen Cove has been used for commercial purposes, which, if true, could affect its tax-exempt and diplomatic immunity status. Lyuks Express Inc. appears on databases maintained by Dun & Bradstreet and LexisNexis with multiple addresses at properties in theRead More →