Monthly Archives: June 2016

Bilingual police officers needed in south jersey

82 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 2 COMMENT EMAIL MORE BRIDGETON – Bridgeton Patrolman Christian Acevedo’s visit to the J & M variety store began with a simple “Hola, como estas,” which was met with smiles from those inside and led to

Daily state of the markets_ longer-term investors should be… _ seeking alpha

With stocks starting to look a little tired and the indices overbought and bumping into key resistance, the bears suggest things are looking a little “toppy” here. Of course, this is a fairly common battle cry from the glass-is-half-empty camp

Two hot spring tickets_ st. helena bash and anderson valley pinot fest _ examiner. com

Linda Compisi Appellation St. Helena (ASH) is synonymous with first class events which promote this historic and pastoral American Viticultural Area (AVA) in northern Napa Valley. The 2016 bASH (5th Annual) Food and Wine Pairing Competition at the CIA pushes

Safeco field debuts new eats for mariners opener _ bellingham herald

Porchetta on its own is a fatty adventure into the delicious world of roasted pork. But when the slow-cooked Italian pork roast is wrapped inside a jacket of crispy pork belly, then sliced and sandwiched between ciabatta with caper-basil pesto,

Medicare takes aim at diabetes epidemic – your houston news_ opinion

Diabetes affects as many as one in four older adults with Medicare. It costs hundreds of billions of dollars to treat, and results in the loss of tens of thousands of lives, every year. If we could better control diabetes,

Brady_ cast a positive shadow over others to make a better world _ features _ henryherald. com

The late Bishop Ernest Fitzgerald, one-time resident bishop of the North Georgia United Methodist Conference, wrote an article entitled “Reading Your Own Epitaph.” In that article, he quoted from a newspaper editorial that asked the question, “When the clock of

Fcc votes to help poor people buy broadband and protect privacy online _ ars technica

How a former lobbyist became the broadband industry’s worst nightmare Tom Wheeler tells Ars why he turned on the cable and wireless industries. Both votes were 3-2, with Democrats approving and Republicans dissenting. The Lifeline vote was particularly contentious, as

Netnewsledger – thunder bay news – measure of harm for crime needs to be adopted

Posted 6 April 2016 by NetNewsLedger in Featured Not all Crimes are Created Equal THUNDER BAY – A “menu of harm” that measures crime according to the price of damage inflicted on victims – rather than counting crimes as if

Mississippi’s ‘religious freedom’ bill_ what to know about the new ‘sweeping anti-lgbt law’ – abc news

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed House Bill 1523 into law on Tuesday, and while supporters believe the new law will protect people’s right to “religious freedom” from “government discrimination,” critics argue that it’s the “most sweeping anti-LGBT” legislation in the

12 things to do in the d. c. area on the weekend of april 1-3 – the washington post

The Light City event in Baltimore runs through Sunday, featuring light installations, music and more. (Eric DiProspero/Heights + Horizons) Through Sunday: Touting itself as the first U. S. large-scale light festival, Light City will illuminate Baltimore throughout this weekend with

Privy council allows advantage general $692m tax set-off _ business _ jamaica gleaner

The Privy Council has ruled in favour of Advantage General Insurance Company Limited (AGIC) in its appeal against a Court of Appeal decision that it was not entitled to claim a loss of $692 million, which would be set off

Treat me like a lady

As a woman who considers herself to be a feminist, I’ve always tended to shy away from the notion of ‘behaving like a lady’. I’d prefer to be treated like an equal above all else. But regardless of how easy

Bmi homework assignment response — fat shaming _ teen vogue

The student became the teacher when an eighth-grade girl in Indiana totally owned a question on Body Mass Index. Body Mass Index is supposed to measure whether you are underweight, normal, overweight, or obese by dividing your weight (in kilograms)

7 science fiction films about the future of sex _ inverse

Futuristic utopias appearing in sci-fi films are nothing new, and the way they represent sex onscreen tends to vary quite a bit between projects. In our tech-obsessed age, it’s common for viewers to anticipate visions of tailor-made sex robots you

Greenjackets_ 2016 pitching preview _ the augusta chronicle

The Augusta GreenJackets announced the 2016 roster Friday, which means minor league baseball is nearly here. As usual, the GreenJackets will open on the road during Masters Week, starting at Rome on April 7. The home opener is April 14

Holyoke aims for long-term revival – the boston globe

There are about a dozen projects in various stages of planning downtown, according to the city. They include a $5 million renovation of the Cubit building — where Holyoke Community College will base its culinary program and a developer is