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Mobile Zone Lawmaker Vows to Crack Down on Fentanyl Trafficking

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Given the devastation caused by fentanyl, State Rep. Matt Simpson (R-Daphne) said Monday he was surprised to learn there were no mandatory prison sentences. in Alabama for drug trafficking. He said Baldwin County Assistant District Attorney Katy Sipper came to his attention out of frustration at …

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EJI tackles food insecurity and the fight against hunger in Alabama

17% of adults and 23% of children in Alabama struggle with food insecurity, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health. EJI’s Hunger Relief Program will support local nonprofit organizations that focus on hunger relief work by providing money and volunteers. It also aims to provide direct support to 400 …

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Pregnant women jailed for drug use to protect fetuses, Alabama County says

It was Ashley Banks‘ alleged use of marijuana during her pregnancy that landed her in an Alabama jail in May. And it was a drug program’s decision that she wasn’t eligible for treatment that kept her there. Banks, 23, was charged with chemical endangerment of a child after police allegedly …

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Tennessee football’s zero sacks in Game 1 don’t matter – for now

Tennessee’s defense went sack-free in its first game of the season. Now, this fact has settled for the Vols. “We certainly were aware of that, being such an aware group that we are,” defensive end Tyler Baron said. “It’s definitely not what we wanted.” UT (1-0) failed to get a …

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What to remember from Texas beating ULM before facing No. 1 Alabama

AUSTIN, TX – On the heels of a preseason in which Texas lost a 34-game starter along the offensive line (Junior Angilau) and its most significant NCAA Transfer Portal skill position addition (Isaiah Neyor) to the season-ending knee injuries, the Longhorns’ overall health is probably the best news …

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Montgomery among top cities in the nation for black startups

A new report lists Montgomery as one of the best cities in the nation for black entrepreneurs to start a business, after a study earlier this week ranked the Alabama capital second among places where black businesses thrive. The Black Information Network, a news radio network launched in 2020, highlighted …

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The richest billionaire in each US state in 2022

Mapped: The richest billionaire in each US state in 2022 The United States is home to more than a quarter of the world’s billionaires, or about 720 of the approximately 2,700 that exist in the world. While the country has more billionaires than any other, the United States’ share of …

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Historian Tells Story of Alabama Secessionist Politician

Chris McIlwain, a Tuscaloosa attorney, practices law all day. Every night, for decades, we understand, he reads the newspapers of 19th century Alabama to understand, day by day, from city to city, how Alabama moved towards secession, how the Civil War affected the state. Along the way, McIlwain draws our …

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Capital City Bank Group, Inc. Appoints Jep Larkin Chief

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Aug. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Capital City Bank Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: CCBG) today announced that effective January 1, 2023, Jep Larkin will be named Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer to succeed J. Kimbrough Davis, who has elected to retire after 41 distinguished years with the …

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LSU’s fight out of mediocrity

Jul 18, 2022; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; LSU Tigers head coach Brian Kelly speaks to the media during SEC Media Days at the College Football Hall of Fame. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine – USA TODAY Sports Just as the NFL season is fast approaching, we are approaching the day when college …

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Teen, 17, shot and killed while hosting party in Irvington, NJ

IRVINGTON — A 17-year-old boy was fatally shot in his home while hosting a party Friday night, according to the Essex County District Attorney’s Office. Officials said the shooting took place shortly after 10 p.m. at the minor’s home in the 100 block of Maple Avenue in Irvington. The victim …

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Ranking the contenders: Demarcus Riddick’s top five OLB 2024

Heading into his junior campaign with Chilton County in Alabama, four-star outside linebacker Demarcus Riddick was ready to focus on his recruiting process. With more than 20 deals in hand, Riddick has produced a top five in Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Oklahoma and Kentucky. At the start of his recruiting journey, …

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Valley Bank and the community

Valley+National+Bank (NASDAQ:VLY) today announced a new partnership with The+Community+Preservation+Corporation (CPC) to fund up to $100 million in permanent loans that meet various environmental, social and governance (ESG) such as building practices and reduced emissions. CPC and Valley are working to intentionally address the impacts of climate change through the mortgage …

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Mississippi State Boot Camp: Day 9 Depth Chart

Steven Losoya (Photo: HailState.com) It’s a mixed bag this season in the trenches when you’re looking at returning from experience. There are many inside while not so many on the edge. First and foremost, Mississippi State faces the daunting task of replacing the NFL’s first-round draft pick. Charles Cross at …

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Maryland football defense to rely on returning All-Big Ten corners and new starting safeties in 2022

Welcome back to the Testudo Times job preview series. With the defensive line and linebackers already previewed, we take a look at Maryland’s secondary to wrap up the defensive side of the ball. The Terps had the second-worst scoring defense in the Big Ten last year, and their secondary certainly …

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LSU, Can Brian Kelly beat Alabama football, Nick Saban in 2022?

Alabama football won’t have to see Ed Orgeron on the sidelines for LSU this fall, but the new man leading the team isn’t a brand new face. Brian Kelly, who coached Notre Dame from 2010-2021, faced the Crimson Tide twice during that span on the national stage in the playoffs. …

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Longhorns trust ‘great humans’ to turn underperforming offensive line

So far, DeMarvion Overshown has managed to avoid the scramble in preseason practice. The Texas linebacker really wants to keep the streak — and himself — alive. The huge offensive line, particularly seven elite freshman rookies, has caught the attention of Overshown and just about everyone in practice so far. …

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University of Texas football: Five things to watch

AUSTIN — Texas football opens preseason practices Wednesday afternoon. Here are five things to watch as coach Steve Sarkisian heads into his second year with the Longhorns. The question had to be asked. But no, Sarkisian did not choose to name a starting quarterback during Tuesday’s press conference at the …

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Digital gold: How a partnership on the Alabama coast led to growing bitcoin mining

Alex Owen spent a lot of time explaining to his parents and anyone interested about his growing mining business in rural Foley. But instead of picks and shovels, Owen and his partners mine digital cash or cryptocurrencies – Bitcoin and Ether to be exact. The operation takes place inside a …

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As inflation soars, food banks struggle to meet increased demand and soaring prices

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Food banks are struggling to come to the aid of Americans in need as demand and costs simultaneously soar, according to the head of Georgia’s largest food bank, who has urged the government to provide more aid . “It’s a very humbling …

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Southeastern Grocers Launches Low-Cost Meal Program to Fight Child Hunger | Your money

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–July 28, 2022– Southeastern Grocers Inc. (SEG), parent company and home of Fresco y Más, Harveys Supermarket and Winn-Dixie grocery stores, in conjunction with the SEG Gives Foundation, launched a new “Break from Hunger” program to provide healthy meal options and accessible to ensure that no child goes …

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Mississippi man admits robbing bank and fled to Alabama – Reuters

A Mississippi man has pleaded guilty in federal court to robbing a bank in the northeast of the state. Jasper Michael Wagner, 56, of Tupelo entered a plea before U.S. District Court Judge Sharion Aycock on Tuesday, the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reported. Aycock has scheduled a sentencing hearing for …

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New Jersey’s top prospect Chase Bisontis commits to Texas A&M against Rutgers

New Jersey’s top prospect has made up his mind. On Sunday, four-star offensive lineman Chase Bisontis announced his commitment to Texas A&M. Bisontis limited his decision to the Aggies and hometown Rutgers, as well as Michigan State and LSU. Bisontis had previously announced the date and time of its announcement. …

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NJ Farmers Markets are full of food, fun and community spirit

Farming has never been easy, but with supply chain issues, inflation and now extreme temperatures, New Jersey farmers face some of the toughest conditions they have ever faced this summer. Many New Jerseyans looking to lend a hand and enjoy the best fresh local produce available head to a nearby …

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Emmett Till’s house, black sites to obtain historical funds

Emmett Till left his mother’s South Side Chicago home in 1955 to visit relatives in Mississippi, where the black teenager was abducted and brutally killed for whistling a white woman. A cultural preservation organization announced Tuesday that the house will receive a share of $3 million in grants distributed to …

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Which credit bureau uses Citi? – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Although Citi declined to comment on the consumer credit reporting agency it primarily uses to pull credit reports when assessing the creditworthiness of credit card applicants, crowdsourced …

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Should Kalamazoo build a ring line through downtown?

It could be a brilliant solution to a problem we don’t even have, or it could be a colossal waste of money. It seems these days all the city of Kalamazoo wants to do is frustrate its citizens. And to be fair, no matter what they do, they will honk …

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AuburnSports – Preview: LSU

AUBURN | The second year of the Bryan Harsin era begins with a few warm-up games before a Big Ten opponent kicks off three crucial home games. Four of the last seven games are on the road, including trips to Georgia and Alabama. Today we continue to take a look …

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Clotilda’s descendants celebrate the anniversary of the last slave ship

MOBILE, Ala. — Descendants of the last Africans abducted into slavery and brought to American shores gathered on the banks of an Alabama river this weekend to pay homage to their ancestors. Descendants of the 110 people aboard the Clotilda, the last known slave ship to bring enslaved Africans to …

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LEAD Academy Basketball Player Kyle Shirley Confronts NPC Reporter

Another fierce battle is in the books and for the first time in this 1v1 collection, it was a three game series. Thursday morning, from LEAD Academy at Pace, I tested my skills against current Lion eighth-grader Kyle Shirley. Slated to be a starting guard for the upcoming program this …

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Every State’s Most Valuable Export – 24/7 Wall St.

Eighty feet below lower Manhattan is a massive vault containing, as of 2019, nearly half a million gold bars. What looks like a setup for a heist movie is in real life the basement of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where U.S. and foreign governments, other central banks, …

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Alabama abortion clinics and patients face an uncertain future

Monday marks the start of the first full week since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion. A federal judge in Montgomery also just removed an injunction from a 2019 Alabama law that makes abortion a crime. The West Alabama Women’s Center in Tuscaloosa provided …

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The Emmy nominations are coming. Voters shouldn’t overlook these shows

For TV critics, it’s never too early to start complaining about the Emmys. And, as voting for the nominations closes Monday among TV Academy members, a few issues threaten to hamper the quality of this year’s nominees. The biggest issue, of course, is the volume. Thanks to the sheer number …

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BankPlus and FHLB Dallas provide home repair grant to Mississippi woman

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. The Special Needs Assistance Program provided $7,000 for a new roof JACKSON, Mississippi–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mary Holmes, a retired resident of Jackson, Mississippi, is living comfortably in her home again after receiving Special Needs Assistance Program (SNAP) funding to …

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Fishing day for children: “special” for all – The Troy Messenger

The weather forecaster scheduled a warm, sunny day for the children’s fishing day at Clay Hill Farms on Saturday. But that didn’t stop the kids from coming or the fish from biting. “If it hadn’t been for the extremely hot weather, we probably would have had a lot more kids, …

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SNAP 2022: Is My State Distributing Extra EBT Food Stamp Money in June?

ljubaphoto/Getty Images Emergency allowances were authorized under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act to help meet temporary food needs during the pandemic for SNAP households. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, EA amounts are equal to the maximum benefit for household size minus their monthly base benefit. Read …

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What is crypto lending and what happened with Celsius?

Placeholder while loading article actions Savers frustrated by the paltry returns offered by banks in recent years seem to have found a solution: so-called crypto loan accounts that can pay interest rates of 18% or more. Millions have accrued in these products offered by upstarts including Celsius Network, introducing a …

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The cost of gas has a local food bank feeling the impact of inflation

The North Alabama Food Bank says it’s seeing an increase in day-to-day expenses because inflation has doubled the cost of everything. HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Many people are dealing with the effects of inflation and high gas prices… And according to Shirley Schofield, CEO of the Food Bank of North Alabama, …

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Foster Farms sold to Connecticut-based conglomerate

Local poultry powerhouse Foster Farms is under new ownership, as the sale of the family business was announced earlier this week to Atlas Holdings, a global conglomerate based in Greenwich, Connecticut. Atlas and its subsidiaries own and operate 25 businesses in more than 300 facilities worldwide. Atlas operates in sectors …

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Committee a “Trojan horse” to end the electoral college

McCarthy calls committee illegitimate, political, divisive House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy called the Jan. 6 special committee political and illegitimate. “Speaker Pelosi’s Jan. 6 select committee is unlike any other committee in American history,” he said at a press conference Thursday. “In fact, it is the most political and least …

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Texas A&M has 12 spots in Athlon’s 2022 preseason for the entire SEC football team

Athlon magazine released its 2022 preseason for all Southeastern Conference teams and 12 spots were filled by Texas A&M players. They understand the offensive guard layden robinsonsecurity Antonio Johnsonbettor Nik Constantinouand punt returner Ainias Smith (also a versatile back in the second team) on first unit, running back Devon …

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NYC Taxpayer Funded Cannabis Advertising Slams Criminalization (Newsletter: June 6, 2022)

MN government signs invoice for hemp products; CA Cites War on Drugs as Racist; The marijuana bank presented as a measure of fairness; CA funded grants for cannabis; OR decriminalization status Subscribe to get the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to …

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The Texas showdown could get really ugly

While many college football analysts have Alabama vs. Texas as one of the showpiece matchups of this upcoming season, I’m here to tell you that’s not the case. In all likelihood, this will be an eruption from the Crimson Tide. Steve Sarkisian will come prepared with tricks up his sleeve, …

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What are the keys to Texas football having a successful season?

Steve Sarkisian and Texas are looking to bounce back from a hellish 2021 season. The Longhorns suffered a historic slump against Oklahoma, which then led to a historic six-game losing streak. Sarkisian and his team have focused on revamping the roster this offseason, as there has been significant turnover with …

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Tuscaloosa, Alabama 2020

Known for its hospitality, beautiful Gulf Coast beaches, and obsession with college football, Alabama is a state filled with Southern charm and plenty of exciting places to visit. A city with a ring to its name, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, located in west-central Alabama along the Fall Line right on the Black …

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Vestavia Hills man must pay $12m and serve 15 years of father-son fraud that funded lavish lifestyle

A Vestavia Hills man has been jailed in federal prison and ordered to pay nearly $12 million in restitution after authorities said he and his father carried out a bank fraud scheme used to fund a style of lavish life. Christopher A. Montalbano, 38, and his father, Gus Montalbano, 77, …

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Head to head analysis: Southern States Bancshares (SSBK) and its rivals

Southern States Bancshares (NASDAQ: SSBK – Get Rating) is one of 315 public companies in the “state commercial banking” sector, but how does it stack up against its competitors? We will compare Southern States Bancshares to related companies based on its risk strength, institutional ownership, profitability, earnings, valuation, analyst recommendations …

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7digital will live stream the Hangout Music Festival in Alabama

Digital music solution provider 7digital has expanded its partnership with AEG Presents to exclusively live stream this year’s Hangout Music Festival in Alabama, USA. 7digital said on Friday that it will broadcast the Hangout Music Festival worldwide, which is expected to take place this weekend and noted that in addition …

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The Fed Will Raise Rates Until Inflation Comes Down: 3 Banks to Watch – May 18, 2022

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has indicated that the central bank will continue to raise interest rates until inflation is brought under control. At a Wall Street Journal event yesterday, he promised the Fed would keep pushing and could raise rates as high as needed to curb soaring inflation. He …

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Former Alabama sheriff indicted by federal grand jury for allegedly gambling with loan money meant for prison food

A former Alabama sheriff who resigned last year after impeachment proceedings were launched against him now faces federal charges after being indicted by a grand jury for allegedly lying on loan applications. William “Ray” Norris, the former Clarke County sheriff, reportedly applied for four loans from two Alabama banks worth …

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Razorbacks once again meet the challenge, complete SEC Triple Crown

Oxford, miss. –Arkansas rose to the challenge presented by Alabama to secure the SEC Outdoor Championship tag team title by six points, 120-114, Saturday at the Ole Miss Track & Field Complex. Razorback’s win earned the team a second straight SEC Triple Crown after winning championship titles in cross country …

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Consumer Affairs Consent Order Causes Concern Over Bank Garnishment Practices

On May 4, 2022, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a consent order regarding Bank of America’s garnishment practices whereby Bank of America agreed to: repay at least $592,000 to its clients for improperly assessed garnishment fees; Pay a civil fine of $10 million; and Submit a compliance plan to …

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Trisciani adds two to his coaching staff

Tim Cowie/Tim Cowie Photography Soccer 10/05/2022 10:53:00 by Jason Knavel, AD Associate for Strategic Communications History links Elon, NC – Elon University Head Football Coach Tony Trisciani announced the hiring of Nate Harris …

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Texas Longhorns Football: Evaluating Tight Ends

Fourth in a position-by-position series on the 2022 Texas Longhorns after spring training. who is back: Juan Davis, second year; Gunnar Helm, sophomore; Brayden Liebrock, junior; Ja’Tavion Sanders, second year. Who has left: Cade Brewer, Jared Wiley. Signatories 2022: Jahleel Billingsley (Alabama transfer). What to expect: Ever since coach Steve …

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How much does ‘Don’t Say Gay’ cost? – The Suffolk News-Herald

By DJ McGuire Guest columnist To date, Virginia has managed to avoid the last mess of the culture war. Call it the Battle of Don’t Say Gay, if you will. Florida and Alabama are going all-in, making it unlikely that the Commonwealth will stay out for good, especially once our …

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Gospel Explosion to Feature National and Local Talent at Vicksburg Auditorium – The Vicksburg Post

National and local artists will help locals praise God and seize the opportunity to escape the worries of COVID-19 on June 4 during the Gospel Blast sponsored by Trinity Temple Baptist Church . The program begins at 6 p.m. at the Vicksburg Auditorium. The theme of the event is “In …

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10 invasive plants that can also trigger allergies

Cloth 10 invasive plants that can also trigger allergies Every spring, many people think of allergies. Common allergens are plants or weeds known as noxious weeds. Federal, state and local authorities legally classify weeds or noxious plants as harmful to people, wildlife and agriculture. Many noxious plants or weeds are …

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City of New Bedford announces ARPA funding for small businesses

The City of New Bedford announced the fourth investment supported by American Rescue Plan Act funds, this one focusing on helping small businesses. On Friday, Mayor Jon Mitchell and city officials announced they were seeking responses from local nonprofits “interested in supporting small businesses by managing federal funds to provide …

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Panoply 2022 will feature over 30 musical performances

HUNTSVILLE, Ala – The 40and Panoply Arts Festival takes place in downtown Huntsville later this month. The event showcases many different artistic mediums, from food to music. More than 30 musical numbers will perform on multiple stages during the weekend-long event which kicks off on Friday, April 29. Friday Night …

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Tuesday’s college roundup: St. Joe’s remains undefeated in women’s lacrosse with 13th win

STANDISH – St. Joseph’s scored 11 first-quarter goals as they beat Elms College 20-8 on Tuesday in a GNAC women’s lacrosse game. Lydia Dexter’s seven goals and three assists led Saint-Joseph (13-0, 9-0 GNAC). Carson Battaglia, Bridget Collins and Brianna Paul all scored three goals. Megan Mourmouras had two goals …

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Chicken Salad Chick raises over $420,000

Chicken Salad Chick, the nation’s only fast-casual chicken salad restaurant concept, today announced the results of its 2021 Giving Card program, raising more than $420,000 to support local food charities and research on the cancer. Thanks to the generosity of customers at all of its restaurants, the brand is donating …

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South Alabama’s Patrick Rosette and Damean Bivins make up for lost time

Since arriving in southern Alabama, Patrick Rosette and Damean Bivins have been dogged by one word – “if”. As in “if only they could stay healthy”. Both players joined the Jaguars in 2019 but both have played a total of three games in that span. Rosette, a safety, suffered three …

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Mitchell struggled at first but now ‘great teammate’ for Vols

The move from UT to UT hasn’t exactly been seamless. With the transfer portal ravaging Tennessee’s football program a year ago, one of the newcomers last summer that instilled some optimism in the Volunteers faithful was former Texas inside linebacker Juwan Mitchell. The Vols had lost their leading tackler of …

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Mildred Scott Obituary (1935 – 2022) – Columbia, SC

Mildred Ann Scott April 29, 1935 – April 1, 2022 Columbia, South Carolina – Mildred Ann Scott was born on April 29, 1935 in Columbia, South Carolina. She was the beloved daughter of the late Edward and Maggie Chavis Scott. After a brief but long illness, God reached out and …

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Top 10 UA times for Kemboi, Kiprop at Stanford Invitational

Shawn Price April 2, 2022 STANFORD, Calif. –Ideal conditions Friday night at the Stanford Invitational generated a pair of Arkansas top-10 performances by Amon Kemboi and Patrick Kiprop as they raced the 5,000m and 10,000m distances respectively. With temperatures in the mid-50s and no wind, both the 5,000m and 10,000m …

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Montgomery seeks blight ordinance for dilapidated buildings

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – The City of Montgomery is taking more action to combat the scourge of the neighborhood. On Wednesday evening, an ad hoc committee of the Montgomery City Council met to discuss implementing an ordinance that would give the city more flexibility to deal with the dozens of …

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Arkansas advances 4×100 relay, Gilbert in 110m hurdles at Texas Relays

Shawn Price March 25, 2022 AUSTIN, TX –Friday qualifying races allowed the Razorbacks to qualify its 4×100 relay and Tre’Bien Gilbert in the 110m hurdles for Saturday’s final day at the Texas Relays. Arkansas advanced their 4×100 relay to the final running a time of 39.51 with a foursome of …

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S&P Global Market Intelligence Ranks Top Performing Community Banks and Credit Unions for 2021

New category introduced to include top performing U.S. public banks NEW YORK, March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — S&P Global Market Intelligence has released its annual rankings of 2021’s top performing community banks with assets between $3 billion and $10 billion, community banks with assets under $3 billion, and credit unions. …

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Women’s tennis wins on the road

The score of the box BLACKSBURG, Virginia – The Florida State women’s tennis team (8-7, 2-5 ACC) earned a hard-fought 4-3 victory over Virginia Tech on the road on Sunday. “I was really proud of the way we dug our heels in today,” said FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde. “Achieving …

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Action Valley National Bancorp: Growth in organic and acquired loans to increase profits (VLY)

benedek/E+ via Getty Images Valley National Bancorp’s (NASDAQ:VLY) earnings will likely continue to rise this year thanks to acquisitions. The outlook for organic loan growth is also promising given the country’s strong economy. In addition, net interest income is moderately sensitive to changes in interest rates; therefore, revenues will benefit …

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Consolidated Credits Act Advances Federal LIBOR Transition Solution

With the inclusion of the Adjustable Interest Rate Act (LIBOR) (the “LIBOR Act”) as Division U of HR 2471, Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022 (the “Credits Act”) enacted by the United States House of Representatives on March 9, 2022 and in the Senate on March 10, 2022, the United States is …

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Beach volleyball wins final game of weekend

Deland, Florida – The fourth-placed Seminoles (9-2) finished the weekend 2-1 after beating No. 18 Stetson 3-2 on a cold Sunday morning. FSU 3, Stetson 2 Florida State continues its perfect dominance over Stetson, improving its series lead to 17-0. Four of the five courts went to a deciding third …

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Kemboi and Brown score on Day 1 of NCAA Indoor

Shawn Price March 11, 2022 Birmingham, Alabama – Arkansas totaled three points in the day one final at the NCAA Indoor Championships, earning a pair of points from Amon Kemboi in the 5,000m and a single point from Ryan Brown in the long jump on Friday at the CrossPlex from …

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Source AP: Biden to ban Russian oil imports during war in Ukraine | News

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has moved to ban Russian oil imports, increasing the toll on the Russian economy in retaliation for his invasion of Ukraine, according to a person familiar with the matter. The move follows Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s calls for US and Western officials to halt …

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PLEASE YOURSELF: Dinner, show offered at the new Natchez Cabaret – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly listed the cost of admission for Belles Take the Big Easy. The cost per person is $30. We regret the error and are happy to set the record straight. NATCHEZ – At the Storyville Cabaret and Dinner Theater, you can have …

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Land banks will be the focus of the presentation next week | News

Landbanks and the role they could play in Meadville’s future will be the subject of a presentation at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the City Building, 894 Diamond Park. The public information session is the result of a scholarship awarded to Meadville Redevelopment Authority last year. As one of four winners …

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GW and Canopy Agree: Canopy Can’t Win Its Cannabis Extraction Patent Infringement Case Under Judge’s Interpretation (Op-Ed)

The U.S. marijuana industry continued to grow in 2021, with nearly half a million people now employed full-time in the cannabis business as more state markets go online and mature, according to a report by Leafly on Wednesday. This growth is expected to continue exponentially as states like New York, …

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