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The defendant was a math teacher and boys basketball coach when he was arrested in 2014.
President Biden visited the collapsed structure during a pre-planned visit to discuss infrastructure.
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The oil giant had a dramatic turnaround in 2021, as fossil fuel demand recovered from pandemic-induced lows.
Delta Air Lines said it expected a "meaningful profit" this year. Does that make airline stocks a good buy now?
Northeast Indiana Bancorp, Inc., (OTCQB: NIDB), the parent company of First Federal Savings Bank (FFSB), today announced earnings increased $1.7 million, or 30.3% to $7.3 million ($6.08 per diluted common share) for the full year 2021 when compared to full year 2020 earnings of $5.6 million ($4.64 per diluted common share). 2021 annual earnings represent the highest earnings level ever recorded for the Company. The full year 2021 earnings equal a return on average assets of 1.77% and a return on
Today, employees at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) announced that they have secured majority support in their effort to organize as members of Teamsters Local 238. The DCCC Staff Union would be the largest collective bargaining unit in the Democratic Party.
NorthStar Gaming Inc. applauds the Government of Ontario's recent decision to grant iGaming licences in the province on April 4, 2022. The licensing process ensures the province of Ontario is building a progressive and modern regulatory framework that will provide Ontarians with access to a variety of safe online gaming platforms.
An Attleboro woman was arraigned on a charge of accessory after the fact of murder in the Jan. 22 shooting of Dijoun Beasley of Dorchester.
Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier got a second interview with the New York Giants on Friday, and the team might be in position to hire a new coach this weekend. Frazier was the last scheduled interview for co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch and new general manager Joe Schoen.
Bundy Group, a 32-year-old investment bank, announces that it has advised a consortium of three Western U.S.-based companies (collectively known as "Pacific") in a consolidated sale to Integrated Power Services ("IPS"), a North American leader in service, repair, and engineering for electric motors and generators. IPS is a portfolio company of Searchlight Capital Partners, a global private equity group. The three companies are Industrial Electric Machinery ("IEM"), Reed Electric & Field Service
The Government of Canada, the Territory of Yukon, and the City of Whitehorse will be making a major announcement related to housing.
Big Lots, Inc. (NYSE: BIG), one of the largest neighborhood discount retailers in the U.S., is kicking off the New Year by offering Mario Lopez's line of workout gear, protein powders, recovery essentials and more home gym must-haves, including products exclusive to Big Lots. These new products are featured in "The Lot," a rotating, seasonal grouping of exceptionally priced products located near the entrance of each Big Lots store. The Lot theme for January is "New Year, New You," which includes
The actress recalls her own trauma from learning about nuclear war and urges people to take action to protect the mental health of the young.
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Whole Planet Foundation’s top supplier donors for 2022 are funding essential microbusinesses to alleviate global poverty through the Foundation's microlending programs. These brands, which can be f...
For most of us, pets aren't possessions. They're family members, only with four legs instead of two. Recognizing this, corporate America has started to implement benefits in the workplace geared...
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A new law requires nearly all companies hiring in the city to list expected pay on job listings as of May 15; business groups oppose it.