Trade Minister, Allan Kyeremateng reaffirmed the government’s commitment to support local pharmaceutical companies to achieve World Health Organization (WHO) standards to enable companies to sell their products in the international market and thus to compete with other countries in the world. class drugs. The Minister gave the assurance during theRead More →

Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office remembers fallen officers at annual memorial service (Seguin) — When you’re in law enforcement, you and your family are part of a family that has no jurisdiction. That held true for a local woman who was recently surprised by a visit from the Pearland Police DepartmentRead More →

Hundreds of people raised thousands of dollars for the Salvation Army of Bryan/College Station at Thursday’s 11th Annual Doing the Most Good Luncheon. Former TX-17 representative Bill Flores spoke to the group gathered at Hilton College Station about the importance of servant leadership, which he said describes Salvation Army volunteersRead More →

Entrepreneurs in the Pearland region have a new resource to help them grow their business. The Pearland Economic Development Corp. launched the Pearland Innovation Centeraimed at connecting small businesses with programs and services designed to help them succeed. The Pearland Innovation Hub is managed through a partnership between Pearland EconomicRead More →

May 15-21 is National Police Week. I hope our city and our community will turn to faith and grace and show the men and women of law enforcement their appreciation. Fake news and lying social media fuel an angry nation. Corruption is everywhere! Heinous times when we as citizens simplyRead More →

Local and national law enforcement officers in various disciplines put their lives on the line to keep others safe. The police make many sacrifices, often putting their physical and mental well-being on the line to protect and serve. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund reports that there are moreRead More →

Kolkata: Flipkart, India’s e-commerce marketplace, has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and Textiles (MSME&T), Government of West Bengal, to train and support artisans and local weavers and craft makers to leverage the e-commerce platform to scale their localRead More →

Deadly shooting in East Frankford leaves community reminiscing about days before nonstop gun violence in Philadelphiareports Brandon Goldner. 6 minutes ago Adventure aquarium in Camden plants flowers to support local butterfliesThe aquarium invited people from the Camden community to come and help beautify the Cooper Sprouts community garden. 32 minutesRead More →

Left to right: U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut Department of Agriculture Commissioner Bryan Hurlburt, Connecticut Foodshare Chairman and CEO Jason Jakubowski, U.S. Representative Joe Courtney and U.S. Representative Jahana Hayes listen to the sub -USDA Secretary Jenny Lester Muffin speaks to reporters about the new agreement between the U.S. DepartmentRead More →

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A Guntersville tradition more than 60 years in the making will return next weekend. Art on the Lake will once again bring together over 80 artists from all genres, showcasing handicrafts and one-of-a-kind pieces. Some of the artists are nationally recognized, while others are just startingRead More →

As coronavirus cases remain low across North Carolina, many artists are taking to the stage and hosting concerts. It’s time to support your local artists. There are dozens of free concerts and live music opportunities across Durham and Raleigh to attend this spring. North Carolina State University is hosting itsRead More →

Local comedian Andrew Murphy is part of 2022″Moon Tower Just for Laughs Austin” festival, and he joined Studio 512 to talk about the upcoming event. The “Moontower Just For Laughs Austin” Comedy Festival features a diverse, genre-spanning and hilarious lineup of over 150 comics from April 13-24, 2022. There areRead More →

Local veterans were thanked and honored for their service during a Vietnam War commemoration program at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Philadelphia on March 29, hosted by commemorative partners including Troop Support from the Defense Logistics Agency. “We recognize and pay special tribute to these individuals who have given farRead More →

Big tech companies need to have better-designed deliberative platforms, individuals need to own their data under an internet bill of rights, social media companies need to be held accountable for content that incites violence while allowing all political viewpoints, and they should not be given blanket immunity on the pretextRead More →

Food blog TastyChomps.com will feature deals from local businesses and organizations to celebrate #407Day Orange County, Florida – The Orange County Government, City of Orlando and Visit Orlando announced the return of #407Day this Thursday, April 7, 2022, for residents to celebrate their hometown pride and support local businesses. ThisRead More →

Konza Technopolis Development Authority (KoTDA) and the Association of Startups and SME Enablers in Kenya (ASSEK) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to boost innovation and support startups in Kenya. The two will use existing innovation platforms, lead joint innovation initiatives and jointly push for the development of innovation policiesRead More →

Scott and Theresa Schaefer from the Tukwila blog The Tukwila Blog is a truly local, independent, family-friendly “hyperlocal” news/events website covering Tukwila, WA since 2008, and provided free to readers with much-appreciated advertising support from our large local business community. We value all of our readers and advertisers and areRead More →

In the mad rush to get through security and to their doorstep, it’s not uncommon for travelers to leave something behind. The Lost & Found team at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) works diligently to reunite abandoned items with their rightful owners when a form of identification is attached. Gift cardsRead More →

The money raised will go directly to the Fraternal Order of Police of Joplin to three families of officers March 19, 2022 1:36 p.m. Job : March 19, 2022 1:36 p.m. Update: March 19, 2022 4:07 p.m. JOPLIN, Mo. — Many have supported the Joplin police with flowers and onlineRead More →

THE NAMIBIAN ON Friday February 11 reported that the Namibian aviation industry and private airlines, such as FlyNamibia, formerly known as Westair, are currently experiencing a shortage of licensed pilots and are therefore forced to recruit qualified overseas pilots due to the Namibian Student Financial Aid Fund (NSFAF) cuts inRead More →

Please join Zonta’s campaign to show your appreciation to all St. Thomas More employees with local gift cards. They invite you to show your appreciation to a local healthcare worker and local business by purchasing a gift card/certificate, they will do the rest to get it into their hands. DuringRead More →

LANSDALE – A borough business is doing its part to help show support for a conflict halfway around the world. Signarama Lansdalelocated at the corner of Principale and Verte streets, is give signs reading “I stand with Ukraine”, above the blue and yellow colors of that country’s flag. “It mayRead More →

If you’re struggling to keep your tween busy and engaged, Jennifer Perkins, local mom, maker, blogger and self-proclaimed “savings junkie” has some ideas for you! His new book, “UpCycle It! Crafts For Kids” has “fun and useful projects to recycle and reinvent” for children ages 8 to 12. She showedRead More →

Charities and programs received a host of helping hands as a small army of student volunteers embarked on projects around Winchester. A busy week of events and activities saw University of Winchester student volunteers supporting local projects across the city for National Student Volunteer Week 2022 (February 7-13). Student volunteersRead More →

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: noon payment, noon.com’s in-house payment solution and gateway for local businesses, has become the latest e-Empower partner of Khalifa Fund, an initiative for the development of digital businesses and of e-commerce. The partnership will provide Abu Dhabi-based SMEs and micro-entrepreneurs with additional support to growRead More →

Global video content platform to distribute news segments produced by Stringr, providing reach and support for quality journalism NEW YORK, February 22, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Stringr, the award-winning video sourcing, production and management platform for journalism, entertainment and enterprise content, today announced an agreement with the leading global streaming platform Dailymotion video.Read More →

Seascape leader Henry Tariga. PC: Courtesy of Seascape Maui Ocean Center’s Seascape Restaurant has announced a new promotion to encourage sustainable dining for the community and a way to support marine conservation. Māʻalaea’s restaurant invites kamaʻāina to connect over local ingredients and a delicious three-course prix fixe menu, all forRead More →

This Muskegon company primarily offers products that are handmade and made in Michigan. MUSKEGON, Mich. — A Muskegon business that’s only been around for about four years is ready to expand to a bigger space. Despite the challenges caused by the pandemic, this small local business thrives on community. AfterRead More →

Harborough District Council is aiming to create a special new Platinum Jubilee Fund to support local organizations and celebrate the Queen’s 70th anniversary as monarch Harborough District Council is aiming to create a special new Platinum Jubilee Fund to support local organizations and celebrate the Queen’s 70th anniversary as monarch.Read More →

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KRON) — Several lawmakers are expressing concern over the decline of local journalism in recent years. In California, three senators introduced legislation to strengthen local journalism. SB 911, presented by Sen. Steve Glazer (D-Contra Costa) and co-authors Sens. Ben Allen (D-Santa Monica) and Josh Newman (D-Fullerton) would provideRead More →

MISSOULA, Mont. – As local health departments struggle to fill vacancies, the University of Montana recently launched a manpower program which focuses on the recruitment, onboarding, and retention of Montana’s public health workforce. The Department of Public Health and Human Services is partnering with UM’s School of Public and CommunityRead More →

Students are encouraged to apply for dozens of scholarships offered by the Humboldt Area Foundation and its affiliate, the Wild Rivers Community Foundation. This year, more than 160 scholarships for local students, businesses, clubs, organizations and individuals are available. Scholarship funds reflect new and established donors alike. Many funds areRead More →

Scottish police redeploy more than 500 officers to support local police during pandemic More than 500 officers are redeployed to support local police as Covid-19 continues to strain frontline services in Scotland. January 7, 2022 By Paul Jacques Deputy Chief of Police Alan Speirs Scottish Police said that from MondayRead More →

“Maine’s aquaculture industry is vital to Maine’s economy, but needs a skilled workforce to continue to grow and innovate. The Gulf of Maine Research Institute has developed a pioneering solution. This comprehensive and collaborative training program will produce aquaculturists with in-demand knowledge and skills, helping students get good jobs andRead More →

There have been several stories in your Clarksdale Press Register last year reports on crime. We believe that no other current event has an impact on people’s lives like being the victim of a crime. We also believe that the first duty of local government is public safety. And weRead More →