The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is reviewing Fairport Harbor Village’s plans for projects that involve major changes to its water distribution system. Last month, Fairport Harbor sent the Ohio EPA design plans and tender documents for four separate projects that are all related to the Village’s plans to purchase treatedRead More →

Many residents have earned the Excellence Award in Edwardsville, but November’s recipient is perhaps the youngest direct recipient to date. The city’s communications coordinator, Cathy Hensley, explained at the city council meeting on Tuesday: For his selfless dedication and kindness, the Mayor of Edwardsville’s November Achievement Award recognizes Maddox Ruehl.Read More →

Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency has chosen Deloitte to replace its decade-old unemployment compensation system, which over the past decade has falsely accused thousands of Michigan residents of unemployment fraud and contributed to delaying claimants getting benefits during the pandemic. The new system, which will be called uFACTS, is expected toRead More →

Mount Airy officials are proposing to spend $300,000 on a property near the intersection of Franklin and Willow streets, pictured at left. Mount Airy officials are proposing to spend $300,000 on a property on Franklin Street — not the site of the recently razed former Koozies building, as one mightRead More →

(The Center Square) – North Carolina law enforcement and public safety officials on Thursday provided an update to lawmakers on a new Department of Adult Corrections, issues at the Department of Public Safety and the deployment of a new interoperable communication system. Department of Public Safety Secretary Eddie Buffaloe toldRead More →

A robust success rate of 72% was evident despite the increasingly difficult macroeconomic environment. Residential highlights of the London sale included a three-bedroom house in Chiswick (lot 23) which sold for £795,000, a four-bedroom apartment in Chelsea Harbor (lot 80) which sold for £1,890,000 £ soon after the sale andRead More →

COVID-19 restrictions have forced Foxconn’s assembly facility to temporarily stop production, which affected iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max shipments. Also, it was reported earlier that factory workers had left due to horrible working conditions, which did nothing to solve the problems. In a bid to resume productionRead More →

The Biden administration is engaged in all-out economic warfare against China, aimed not only at curbing trade, but more importantly at blocking China’s ability to advance in key high-tech areas and compete with the United States. President Joe Biden speaks outside Independence Hall, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022, in Philadelphia. [APRead More →

A preview of the day ahead in the European and global markets of Anshuman Daga As a blitz of central bank rate meetings from Australia and Britain to the United States keeps investors on edge this week, markets will also grapple with crucial inflation data. and employment. Monday kicks offRead More →

The Financial Mail in Sunday’s Midas column touted the actions of Hercules site services to its readers, pointing to its rapid growth and “robust” long-term prospects. Indeed, as the tipster pointed out: “Britain’s infrastructure creaks at the seams, several projects are already underway and more are expected to follow.” TheRead More →

Maryland Health Secretary Dennis Schrader addresses the Board of Public Works. File photo by Hannah Gaskill. The Maryland Department of Health failed to ensure that a contractor-provided complaints-handling system was working properly before it was launched, according to a just-released audit. As a result, more than $220 million in paymentsRead More →

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) Customs Division is piloting its electronic auction program for uncleared cargo at Tema Port through the Integrated Customs Management System (ICUMS). Mr. Eric Afari, Chief Revenue Officer in charge of Customs Auctions, Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), who disclosed to Ghana News Agency, said piloting isRead More →

A LONG-term ‘dynamic master plan’ for Skipton’s Sandylands site is being considered by Craven’s advisers. The plan, which will cost the council £40,000, will aim to work with the various organisations, including Skipton Rugby Club and Sandylands Sports Centre, to develop a “whole venue approach” and framework for any futureRead More →

DRAMATIC footage captures the moment a Ukrainian drone drops a bomb on a Russian tank, setting off a massive fireball. The video, believed to have been filmed in the Mykolaiv region of southern Ukraine, shows in crystal clear quality the improvised explosive landing directly on a Russian T-72 tank. 5Read More →

The Business Improvement District’s annual report has just been released for 2021-22 and highlights both the challenges of emerging from Covid lockdowns but also the opportunities for organizing events and activities that bring people together after a period when they were forced to separate. The organization has three goals whichRead More →

It’s probably no surprise these days that kids’ shows can have more depth than “buy our playsets and toys!” Batman: The Animated Series began the beloved DC animated universe. Avatar: The Last Airbender gave Nickelodeon viewers the genre of seldom-aired kids’ drama channels, and lesser-known gems like Cybersix become cultRead More →

LAGUNA HILLS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 18, 2022– Sonendo, Inc. (NYSE:SONX), a leading dental technology company and developer of the GentleWave® System, today announced the launch of the GentleWave G4 System, the next generation of its innovative technology platform designed to treat the tooth decay. With Sonendo’s patented technology at its core,Read More →