When Madeline Santschi and Wil Moore started house hunting last year, they wanted to buy in Franklin. Initially, the couple said they weren’t ready to compromise, so they rented an apartment together while they looked for a house. After constantly scouring websites for available homes in their price range, theyRead More →

In one of Istanbul’s coolest neighborhoods, Beşiktaş, the Akaretler neighborhood definitely stands out with its cobbled streets lined with convenience stores. Row houses, called “Sıraevler”, in the neighborhood fascinate with their historical atmosphere and beautifully restored neoclassical style. These charming buildings are one of the liveliest cultural hubs in theRead More →

Yamaha Unified Communications has announced that its ADECIA smart microphone and line array speaker system is now certified for Microsoft Teams. The system, consisting of both a ceiling microphone and line array speakers for mid-sized meeting rooms, is designed to provide high-quality acoustic technology for in-person and remote participants. NowRead More →

The team that will top many Cinderella lists in the 2022 NCAA Tournament makes its playoff debut as the No. 22 Murray State Racers take on the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks on Friday in the semifinals of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament in Evansville, Indiana. SMS (14-17, 8-9 OVC) eliminatedRead More →

MANILA, Philippines — Former Secretary of Defense and Senate candidate Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro sees the need to further improve the transportation system, especially in Metro Manila and urbanized areas, by investing in technology and innovation. Teodoro, a former congressman from Tarlac, said that apart from adding road and transportation infrastructure,Read More →

It’s early days and most voters aren’t paying attention yet. But if you’re in the running for Wisconsin’s major primaries, Marquette University’s first law school poll provides some pointers. So…as expected, former Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes, who are the best-known candidates, are leading their respectiveRead More →

It’s clear that just weeks into 2022, this year may be a watershed moment for US offshore wind. The Home Office has positioned 2022 as a record year in terms of offshore wind lease offers and green light for projects. In late 2021, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM),Read More →

Nutanix, a leader in hybrid multicloud computing, today announced the results of the survey recently commissioned by IDC CXO, highlighting that if companies are developing better digital habits and systems, a shift is needed from digital culture to the realization of value. Surveying EMEA leaders, the Nutanix-sponsored IDC InfoBrief FromRead More →

Most have recently been transmitted, the market format Global UAS Traffic Management System (UTM) Market consolidates progress rate, size, valuation by type, market region by application, market competition by creators, share by location, manufacturing cost valuation. The report offers market breakdown, genuine conditions and models, fundamental evaluation of hard materials,Read More →

LAHORE: To establish new friendly business ties, the Egyptian government delegation visited the project site of CBD Punjab. Lahore Central Business District Development Authority (LCBDDA) CEO Imran Amin, Chief Operating Officer Brigadier Mansoor Janjua (Retired), LCBDDA Board Members and Chief Executives of the LCDBDA welcomed the delegates. The delegation wasRead More →

Have you ever thought about living in Stars Hollow? You are certainly not alone. Gilmore Girls is a classic that never seems to lose popularity years after its series ended. And, Gilmore Girls just wouldn’t Gilmore Girls without the town where it all happens: Stars Hollow. So what about LorelaiRead More →

news, latest news, Industrial action planned by staff at the CopRice factory in Cobden has been postponed. United Workers Union spokesman Tom Czech said staff met with company representatives last week. “Negotiations are progressing and as a result members voted to delay industrial action,” Czech said. “It’s a positive stepRead More →

Plans have been submitted for a brand new community-owned solar farm in Plymouth, which could power almost 4,000 homes a year. After launching the scheme this summer and undertaking extensive community consultation, Plymouth City Council and local charity Plymouth Energy Community (PEC) have submitted a joint planning application to developRead More →

A US-based law professor encourages authorities and leaders of the Ghanaian legal system to consider revamping their operations. Prof. Richmong Frimpong Oppong says it is high time for the Ghanaian legal system to embrace information technology (IT) to improve its operations. “..to date, while the state has enacted various lawsRead More →

Dangal Girl Zaira Wasim, who bid farewell to the Bollywood industry a long time ago, spoke about the current hijab issue that took place in Karnataka. The former actress took to her social media and shared a lengthy post criticizing the hijab ban in schools in Karnataka, calling it anRead More →

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Southern University’s Board of Supervisors has chosen a new leader. The board of trustees voted Friday to appoint University of Wisconsin-Platteville President Dennis Shields as the Southern University System’s new president and second president-chancellor. Shields will replace President-Chancellor Ray Belton, who announced last year thatRead More →

The best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews at Apple podcast or Podcast One. Agencies and vendors using contracts managed by the General Services Administration should notice some improvements in their buying experience throughout fiscal year 2022. The Federal Acquisition ServiceRead More →

The site of a former coal-fired power plant in Somerset will be transformed into Massachusetts’ first offshore wind turbine manufacturing plant, the governor announced Thursday. Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito visited the old Brayton Point Power Station to celebrate the plans. The state’s last coal-fired power plant,Read More →

Georgia’s public university regents voted unanimously Tuesday to name former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue as the sole finalist to become chancellor overseeing 26 universities. Regents will likely confirm Perdue’s choice to lead the 340,000 student system after a 14-day waiting period required by state law. Board chairman Harold Reynolds ofRead More →