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Milan likely to have eight absentees against Atalanta

An important game is never far away for AC Milan at the moment and on Saturday they will be a wounded beast again when they face Atalanta. As MilanNews reports, it will once again be a patched-up Milan the will host La Dea at San Siro. The good news is that Rafael Leao will return from suspension, but Alexis Saelemaekers and Alessio Romagnoli will not be available because the former was sent off against Cagliari and the latter has accumulated too many yellow cards. Meanwhile, four players are still in isolation

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Milan likely to have eight absentees against Atalanta

HyperJar appoints David Riddell as chief commercial officer

The UK smart spending app, HyperJar, has appointed David Riddell as its new chief commercial officer. Riddell will be responsible for merchant and partnership growth, international development and commercialising the company’s IP. HyperJar’s current merchants include Shell, Virgin Wines, Dyson and Bloom & Wild, and Riddell’s remit covers accelerating the launch of existing pipeline merchants and developing new relationships as the company continues to scale. Before joining HyperJar, Riddell spent 25

finextra.com ,  10min 0
HyperJar appoints David Riddell as chief commercial officer

Five Augusta-area felons indicted on federal firearms charges

Five Augusta-area felons are facing federal weapon charges. Spokesman for the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia Barry Paschal said April Hawthorne, 32, of Augusta, Jamerson Turner, 27, of Augusta, James Stallings III, 28, of Augusta, Kenneth Jones III, 26, of Augusta, and Joseph Palmer, 28, of Thomson were indicted on charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon by a grand jury. All five are previously convicted felons, which prohibits them from possessing firearms. The charge carries

augustachronicle.com ,  10min 0
Five Augusta-area felons indicted on federal firearms charges

Funding Alabama's schools: Superintendent Mackey on CARES Act round 2, enrollment, state budget

In response to a year that upended the country's education system, several changes are expected to how Alabama's public schools are funded in the next school year. In addition to a major influx of federal dollars — a far larger amount in the second round of CARES Act money — state school superintendent Eric Mackey is pushing legislators for an increase to the state's education budget, as well as alterations to the funding formula that dictates the level of funding each system receives. Following the January

montgomeryadvertiser.com ,  10min 0
Funding Alabama's schools: Superintendent Mackey on CARES Act round 2, enrollment, state budget

Mild But Breezy Today, Light Rain/Snow Showers PM?

Snow Likely This Weekend Thursday’s Forecast High: 38F / Tonight’s Forecast Low: 7F… It’s going to be another mild day with highs in the 30s, but also another breezy day… making those temps feel more like the 20s. Winds today will be from the W to NW 10-20 mph, with gusts to around 30 mph. A cold front will drop south across the region this afternoon, bringing passing clouds and a slight chance of light rain or snow showers. Thursday Forecast Flurries could linger early this evening, otherwise expect

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Mild But Breezy Today, Light Rain/Snow Showers PM?

Lawrence County Illinois Board Approves Work on Two Bridge Deckings

The Lawrence County Illinois Board approved bids yesterday for two upcoming County bridge projects. Samron Corporation was low bidder for work on both bridges. The first was for the bridge deck over Raccoon Creek on Bridgeport Road; that bid totaled nearly 538-thousand 500 dollars. The other approved bridge deck replacement is over Taylor Ditch in Russell Township; that low bid was for just over 366-thousand dollars. Both bids were approved unanimously. The Board also approved its annual measure to fund the

waovam.com ,  10min 0
Lawrence County Illinois Board Approves Work on Two Bridge Deckings

VPD Arrest Vincennes Man After Chase Near VU

Vincennes Police arrested a Vincennes man this morning following a chase after a traffic stop near Fourth and Locust. Officers tried to stop a vehicle driven by 20 year-old Cameron Rund. Authorities claim Rund tried to run from them; he was captured a short time later. He is charged with criminal mischief, criminal trespass, consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and resisting law enforcement. He was also found wanted on a Clay County failure to appear warrant issued last September. Rund was booked into

waovam.com ,  10min 0
VPD Arrest Vincennes Man After Chase Near VU

13,566 sick, 198 dead, 4,0006 vaccinated in Alamance's battle against COVID-19

Alamance County’s COVID-19 case count topped 13,500 on Tuesday, and the death toll is nearing 200 as the county continues to navigate through rising case counts and the vaccine rollout. Of the 13,566 confirmed cases, 12,004 of them have recovered and been released from isolation. As of Tuesday, 1,364 remained active cases, 64 people were hospitalized and 198 people had died from the virus, according to the Alamance County Health Department. Over 19,000 close contacts had been identified, with most of them

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13,566 sick, 198 dead, 4,0006 vaccinated in Alamance's battle against COVID-19

Boris Johnson - Boris Johnson accused of risking UK security after Priti Patel claims she advocated border shutdown final March

Boris Johnson – Boris Johnson accused of risking UK security after Priti Patel claims she advocated border shutdown final March BORIS Johnson has been accused of “incompetence” and risking UK security after it emerged Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, had advocated closing the nation’s borders to worldwide travellers as way back as final March firstly of the pandemic. As Labour demanded an pressing evaluation of border coverage Keir Starmer, throughout Prime Minister’s Questions, challenged Mr Johnson

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Boris Johnson - Boris Johnson accused of risking UK security after Priti Patel claims she advocated border shutdown final March

Why re-opening schools in minority neighbourhoods is hard

CLOSING PUBLIC-school buildings during the covid-19 epidemic has had clear academic consequences. McKinsey, a consultancy, reckons pupils are likely to lose between five and nine months of learning on average by the end of this school year. Non-white students, the study reckons, will be six to 12 months behind. Many people, including President Joe Biden, want children to return to the classroom. However, the pupils who have experienced the greatest learning loss will probably be the last to return. According

economist.com ,  10min 0
Why re-opening schools in minority neighbourhoods is hard

Library to Host Flu Shot Clinic

In partnership with Healthy Blue Louisiana and CVS Pharmacy, the Natchitoches Parish Library (NPL) will be hosting a drive-thru flu shot clinic Thursday, January 28th, from 11 AM until 1 PM. Immunizations will be available in the NPL parking lot at 450 Second St. An immunizing pharmacist will be on the premises to administer this year’s flu vaccine at no cost with most insurance. Be sure to bring a valid photo ID or driver’s license, along with proof of insurance, to receive the vaccine. The flu affects

natchitochesparishjournal.com ,  10min 0
Library to Host Flu Shot Clinic

Using Linux System On Apple M1 MacBook: It Is Now Possible But There Are Downsides

Linux systems now usable on Apple Silicon M1 Macs. (Photo: Sai Kiran Anagani/Unsplash(BY CC 2.0)) Using Linux Systems on the new Apple Silicon M1 Macs is now possible, though you just have to prepare yourself for some downsides. Good news for Linux fans as they can now use Linux systems on Apple's new Silicon M1 Macs. There are some downsides to having this setup though and if you plan to use Linux on your M1 machine, you need to prepare yourself for some glitches along the way. Corellium security experts found

btimesonline.com ,  10min 0
Using Linux System On Apple M1 MacBook: It Is Now Possible But There Are Downsides

Thursday’s letters: Trump’s effect on democracy, Senate trial, end of free rides, more

Trump strengthened our democracy Your publication of the results of a USA Today/Suffolk Poll, regarding our view of democracy, is questionable (“Poll: Democracy has declined in Trump era,” Jan. 18). Who was “polled”? No legitimate political polls should be conducted or reported without also reporting the number of Democrats or Republicans polled. Polls can be based on mostly one-sided representation, and probably often are! Our democracy was strengthened under former President Donald Trump. He restored

heraldtribune.com ,  10min 0
Thursday’s letters: Trump’s effect on democracy, Senate trial, end of free rides, more

Rock 'n' roll in Wilmington with drive-in screening of Linda Ronstadt

Tickets are $15 per carload, plus taxes and an online fee. Get ready to rock with an upcoming documentary on an award-winning singer. In order to ensure social distancing, the 19th annual DocuTime, one-day documentary film festival, will be a drive-in. The event will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, in the parking lot of UNCW’s Kenan Auditorium. Tickets are $15 per carload, plus taxes and an online fee. Tickets can be purchased at whqr.org/#stream/0. The drive-in will feature Linda Ronstadt: The Sound

starnewsonline.com ,  10min 0
Rock 'n' roll in Wilmington with drive-in screening of Linda Ronstadt

OPINION: David Rouzer was complicit in insurrection

John H. Meyer A former managing editor of the StarNews, a freelance editor, and a volunteer in local civic and political organizations With petitions, letters and emails, and a car caravan to his local offices, citizens of New Hanover and Brunswick counties are demanding that U.S. Rep. David Rouzer immediately resign from Congress because of his lies and attacks on the electoral process. Voters in the Seventh Congressional District are speaking out and taking action to safeguard democracy and repudiate Rouzer

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OPINION: David Rouzer was complicit in insurrection

Hollywood icons: 6 Wilmington-area sites defined by film appearances

WILMINGTON – A colonial home. A dive bar. A downtown storefront. A quaint town square. A hometown restaurant. Film and TV productions come and go in the Cape Fear region, but some leave an indelible mark on the area and turn a few places into iconic locations forever tied to the projects that brought them worldwide attention. Promoting and maybe even giving notoriety to local businesses and towns has been one of the most prominent arguments for strengthening the North Carolina film industry, and a few Cape

starnewsonline.com ,  10min 0
Hollywood icons: 6 Wilmington-area sites defined by film appearances

'There are people dying': Residents struggle to get a COVID-19 vaccine

Wilmington-area residents are fired up over COVID-19 vaccination protocols. Dr. David Priest, Novant Health’s senior vice president and chief safety, quality and epidemiology officer, said, “The reality is: We’re not vaccinating in this country fast enough.” “There are people dying,” said Alice Brown, a Calabash resident who is part of the 75-and-older COVID-19 vaccine group. “I was on hold for almost an hour with the health department trying to get an appointment.” Robert Doleman, an 84-year-old

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'There are people dying': Residents struggle to get a COVID-19 vaccine

Paid parking in Carolina Beach to start earlier this year

The town of Carolina Beach will be enforcing paid parking early this year. While in previous years the town began enforcement in April, paid parking will begin on March 1 and run through Oct. 31, seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Town Manager Bruce Oakley wrote in an email the town decided to begin enforcement a month earlier due to the increase in visitors it experiences earlier in the year. "While we love to see the large number of visitors come from outside the town, they do significantly increase

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Paid parking in Carolina Beach to start earlier this year

Thursday NJ weather: Quieting down again, for a couple of days

Sparkling winter sunshine. (Dan Zarrow, Townsquare Media) The Bottom Line After a semi-wintry (with up to an inch of snowfall) and blustery Wednesday (with a few wind gusts topping 40 mph), we're back in a tranquil slice of the atmosphere. But that will only last two days, before our next blast of cold wind. A potential storm system early next week could bring more significant winter weather to New Jersey. Thursday It's cold out there! Temperatures on this Thursday morning have bottomed out in the teens and

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Thursday NJ weather: Quieting down again, for a couple of days