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NFL Green wants Super Bowl to benefit Arizona community and environment

Director, NFL Environmental Program Jack Groh, Associate Director, NFL Environmental Program Susan Groh, President, PepsiCo Beverages North America West Division Johannes Evenblij and Director, FORCE BLUE Jim Ritterhoff attend NFL, Pepsi Stronger Together and FORCE BLUE Restore Football Field-Sized Kelp Forest at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium on January 24, 2022 …

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Arizona students protest new laws targeting the LGBTQ+ community – The Hill

The story at a glance High school students in Arizona walked out of class on Thursday to protest a number of new state laws that went into effect on Saturday that they say discriminate against LGBTQ+ people. Among the new laws that have come into force are two measures that …

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Governor Gavin Newsom signs additional abortion protections into law | News & Community

This article was originally published on September 27, 2022 by CalMatters. California Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a package of 12 bills into law, establishing some of the strongest abortion protections in the country — a direct reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn federal abortion guarantees …

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Riverside Community Schools set to induct new class into Hall of Fame

Riverside Community Schools will honor four outstanding individuals and two teams during this year’s Hall of Fame induction. The ceremony will take place at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the middle and high school gymnasium as part of Riverside Homecoming Week activities. This year’s recipients will include former employees Kenneth Finnegan …

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Chandler High Community Applauds ASU Interim Coach Shaun Aguano

Shaun Aguano enjoyed great success at Chandler High School, winning four state championships under his guidance and becoming a national football powerhouse. He joined ASU in 2019. (Photo by Daniel Petty/The Denver Post via Getty Images) TEMPE — Shaun Aguano has attended the annual Arizona Football Coaches Conference for 15 …

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Glendale Community College, West Valley Police launch new academy

Special for independent media Police departments in nine towns in the West Valley have worked with Glendale Community College to launch a full-time law enforcement training academy to meet the needs of their respective communities. The nine cities, Avondale, Buckeye, El Mirage, Glendale, Goodyear, Peoria, Surprise, Tolleson and Wickenburg will …

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Kyrene Foundation Holds Signature Fundraiser | Community orientation

The Kyrene Foundation is hosting its Night for Kyrene to raise funds to help school district students and their families, local schools and educators. Formerly called The Taste of Kyrene, this 10th annual fundraiser is set to be held at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa on September 24. Tickets …

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Yavapai County Arizona Community Foundation holds money for college events

Open the audio article player By Personal | on September 17, 2022 By the Community Foundation of Arizona The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. The Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County will host its annual Cash for College event …

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Community Leaders Raise Awareness of In-State Tuition for Dreamers

Arizona Prop 308: Community Leaders Raise Awareness of In-State Tuition for Dreamers PHOENIX – A coalition of community organizations has launched an educational outreach campaign to educate Arizona voters about Proposition 308. If passed, Proposition 308 would allow non-citizen students to receive in-state tuition if they attended and graduated from …

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Nonprofit Princesses Serve the Community | Explorer

When Jeka Bosworth comes out, she takes on a new name: Isabela, just like the character from Disney’s “Encanto.” She can identify with her. “I know what it’s like to be the oldest daughter, the kid who has to be the perfect kid,” Bosworth said. “In the film, Isabela breaks …

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El Capitan apologizes to the community of St. Michaels

CHINLE An attempt to resolve a scheduling conflict led St. Michael’s Indian School to refrain from activities with El Capitan High following an alleged racist email sent by the school’s new athletic director. school, Derek Stransky. “Yeah, I’m in that situation with Carl (Adams) and other native schools,” Stransky said. …

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Tucson Symphony pays tribute to the Latino community with Mexican collaborations | Arts and Theater

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra is partnering for the second year with the Mexican Consulate in Tucson for the annual Mexican Independence Day Concert at the Fox Tucson Theater on Thursday, September 15. The concert is a collaboration between the Orchestra, Consulate and Sister Cities of Tucson-Mexico and will feature vocal …

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Helen Schaefer remembers her love of chemistry, poetry and community | Subscriber

She had a hotly contested doctorate. in chemistry, but Helen Schaefer was probably best known in Tucson for her love and generous support of the arts and education. Schaefer was a regular on the shows and on the board of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. She sang for years with the …

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AZ Big Media Forbes Names Maricopa Community Colleges Best Place for Women to Work

The Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD), with 10 individually accredited colleges in the Greater Phoenix area, was ranked the nation’s top community college for women in this year’s list of Top Employers for Women released by Forbes. Additionally, out of 400 U.S. companies included in the list, MCCCD ranked …

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Desert Vista Group Manager Gets District Job | Community orientation

It was a big moment for Josh Thye and Tempe Union High School District at the board meeting last week, but maybe not so much for Desert Vista High School. His wife Jennifer and their three children were there and even his mother as superintendent, Dr. Kevin Mendivil, congratulated him …

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Richmond American opens a new community in Beaumont |

Two inspired model homes will debut at Seasons at The Fairways! BEAUMONT, Calif., August 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Richmond American Homes of Californiaa subsidiary of MDC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is thrilled to announce the grand opening of Seasons at The Fairways (RichmondAmerican.com/SeasonsAtTheFairways) in Beaumont. This exceptional master-planned community features …

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The community helps a barber paralyzed by the wave; Cancellation of student debt is confusing; Harper’s return to Phils still unknown

Hello. Here are some of the best stories from the region. WEATHER REPORT It’s a bit warmer again today and the humidity will also be a bit oppressive. Expect the high to hit around 93 degrees. CLICK HERE to check your local forecast. NEW Wave of thugs cripple Chester County …

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Germantown cannabis dispensary workers vote to unionize

Workers at Zen Leaf, a cannabis dispensary on Wisteria Drive in Germantown, have voted to unionize and join United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400, the union announced Monday. The union will cover “all non-managerial staff,” communications director Jonathan Williams told MyMCM. According to Williams, workers at the dispensary contacted …

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New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:NYCB) stock position trimmed by Bank of Nova Scotia

The Bank of Nova Scotia reduced its holdings in New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:NYCB – Get Rating) by 21.7% in Q1, according to the company in its most recent filing with the SEC. The institutional investor held 59,919 shares of the financial services provider after selling 16,597 shares during …

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Commerce Bank holds $137,000 in shares in New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:NYCB)

Commerce Bank increased its stake in shares of New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB – Get Rating) by 16.3% during the 1st quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company held 12,812 shares of the financial services provider after purchasing …

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ALLO plans to bring fiber services to Waverly | Community

WAVERLY – The first steps to bring ALLO Communications’ fiber optic service to Waverly are underway. At the Aug. 9 meeting of the Waverly City Council, the council approved the cable franchise agreement allowing ALLO — based in Imperial, Nebraska — to use the city’s rights-of-way to build fiber infrastructure. …

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Hãnai Coffee Builds Community and Employs Foster Youth in Metro Phoenix

Ryan and Sara Senters are passionate about instilling belonging and community in young adoptees in the Valley. As adoptive and foster parents, the Senters have seen the powerful impact a loving family can have on a child, and now they’ve turned that passion into a new cafe in Laveen. The …

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‘Ahwatukee Nutcracker’ gets a new name – and a movie | Community orientation

After 22 years, “The Ahwatukee Foothills Nutcracker” has been renamed “The Arizona Nutcracker” and anyone 18 and under can prepare for their December debut by signing up for one of the August 20 auditions at Dance Studio. 111. Kimberly Lewis, owner of Dance Studio 111 and producer of “The Nutcracker,” …

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Closing of the sale of a multi-unit community in Arizona

JLL Capital Markets has announced the closing of the sale of Tempe Metro, a 408-unit value-added multi-unit community in Tempe, Arizona. JLL Capital Markets has announced the closing of the sale of Tempe Metro, a 408-unit value-added multi-unit community in Tempe, Arizona. JLL marketed the property on behalf of the …

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Tucson Red Cross volunteers help Kentucky flood victims | Community

TUCSON (KVOA) – Hundreds of Red Cross volunteers, including some from here in southern Arizona, are on the ground in eastern Kentucky, trying to help flood victims rebuild their life. “Some places are just devastated as you go down the valleys with the streams,” said Red Cross volunteer Terry Parrott. …

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Ahwatukee family feel uncertainty over blood shortage | Community orientation

Every three weeks, Adelyn Troutman goes to the hospital for a blood transfusion and each time her Ahwatukee family holds their breath. They never know if that blood will be available. The 6-year-old suffers from the rare Diamond Blackfan anemia, a condition that prevents her from developing her own red …

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Corvallis Knights ruled out Ridgefield to close the regular season at Goss | Community

The Corvallis Knights closed their regular season home game on Saturday night with a 4-0 shutout of Ridgefield in front of a sold-out Fireworks Night crowd of 3,106 at Goss Stadium. The Knights (41-15, 39-14 West Coast League) tied the final series of the regular season at one game apiece …

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Coconino County moves to low COVID community level | Local

SUN DAILY STAFF Coconino County moved to a low community level for COVID-19 the week ending July 30, according to the latest dashboard data report. The county’s case rate fell to 184.3 per 100,000 this week (263 new cases) from last week’s rate of 236.2 per 100,000 (337 total new …

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Community comes together to fund low ropes course at nature center

Children play on the course at the Outdoorsy Kids Day Camp which took place July 11-14 at the Robert Williams Nature and Historical Learning Center, 10069 Atherton Rd. Photos provided DAVISON TWP. – There is a new low ropes course at the Robert Williams Nature and Historical Learning Center, 10069 …

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Housing Trust Group Opens First Affordable Housing Community in Illinois with Crescent Place Apartment Community

CHICAGO, IL – Housing Trust Group (HTG), one of the nation’s largest affordable housing developers, closed financing and opened Crescent Place, a new $18.2 million affordable housing community in Arlington Heights, Illinois – about 25 minutes north of Downtown Chicago. Crescent Place apartments will be reserved for income-eligible residents who …

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Corvallis Knights push their winning streak to 13 games | Community

Corvallis Knights stayed hot as they beat Walla Walla Sweets 11-1 at Borleske Stadium to claim the series and extend their West Coast League winning streak to 13 games. Corvallis starting pitcher Cam Day of Utah pitched five scoreless innings while allowing just one hit and striking out five for …

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AZ Big Media Mesa mobile home community sells for $44 million

Northmarq Manufactured Homes Group announced the sale of Country Club Village, a 493-site mobile home community located at 2060 N. Center Street in Mesa, Arizona. The buyer was Havenpark Communities, LLC of Orem, Utah. Northmarq’s Phoenix team of Jared Bosch, Don Vedeen and Chris Michl and the Los Angeles team …

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The University of Arizona offers students support and community with cultural and resource centers

The University of Arizona has several cultural centers and resources on campus to help students acclimate comfortably to their new surroundings. According to the Immigrant Student Resource Center website, these centers serve as a “home away from home” and celebrate the identities of AU’s diverse community. Asian-Pacific American Student Affairs, …

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The Starfire Center for Sobriety

The Starfire Center of Sobriety is certified with the Arizona Recovery Housing Association (AzRHA) and is in the process of obtaining a license from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS). Amenities include upscale community living in a safe and secure neighborhood. Queen size beds and private rooms are available …

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Music in Wartime | Community

Ex-wife of Mar Vista volunteers with Ukrainian children For some, volunteering abroad is a unique experience. But for composer and music teacher Liz Shropshire, it’s her life’s calling. Shropshire, 60, formerly of Mar Vista, has dedicated her life to bringing the power and joy of music to children and young …

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The Grand Canyon Community Library is now open | Williams-Grand Canyon News

GRAND CANYON, Arizona – Following a major interior construction and expansion project, the Grand Canyon Community Library building is now open to the public Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The main goal of the recent construction project was to improve the library’s ability to offer additional …

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Wildfire prompts about 20 evacuations in Arizona community

Big Sandy Fire: Wildfire prompts about 20 evacuations in Arizona community Wikiup, Arizona. – A fires forced the evacuation of about 20 people from the unincorporated Mohave County Wikieup community in the northwest Arizonaauthorities announced on July 17. Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management officials said the wildfire spread …

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COVID metrics plummet, Coconino County still at high community level | Local

Despite a drop in COVID-19, Coconino County remained at a high community level the week ending July 9, according to the latest Dashboard data report. Both community-level indicators fell this week but remained in the same categories. New COVID admissions per 100,000 are in the high category at a rate …

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Tucson community members can tune in to learn more about groundwater cleanup

Members of the Tucson community can tune in to a Zoom call Thursday night to hear Department of Defense personnel talk about the future of groundwater cleanup. Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik said the situation was especially urgent now. Late last month, the Bureau of Reclamation told lower basin states, …

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Another apartment community on the way to Melissa

Melissa landed another apartment development. The community north of McKinney has been one of the fastest growing single-family home markets in North Texas. And now apartment builders are flocking to the former railroad town on US Highway 75. The latest rental developer to target Melissa is Arizona-based Alliance Residential, one …

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Coconino County Moves to High Community Level for COVID | Local

Coconino County has moved to a high community level for COVID-19, according to the latest dashboard data report. During the week ending July 2, one of the community-level indicators moved to the high category, which means that additional precautions are recommended. The county’s rate of new COVID admissions is now …

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Home Run Derby – MLB DFS Community Contest: Friday, July 8

Happy Friday, Grinders! From hot and humid Orlando, Florida, I bring you the Home Run Derby for a busy Friday night slate. The slate is loaded with lots of play and probably lots of heat. Tuesday night brought a decent amount of dingers with a few major picks having a …

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News from those who serve 06/07/22 | Community

Service men and women Cody C. Alt, Sergeant, sergeant. United States Marine Corps Chief Motor Transport Maintenance, Combat Logistics Company 16, stationed in Yuma, Arizona. He is the son of Duane and Dawn Alt, and Carla Alt, all of Prairie du Sac. He graduated in 2004 from Sauk Prairie High …

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NEW YORK COMMUNITY BANCORP, IN

HICKSVILLENY , May 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors of New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company”) has announced the declaration of a quarterly cash dividend on its fixed rate non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock floating rate, series A (NYSE: NYCB PA) at the rate of $15.94 …

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Will Trump dodge a bullet again? | Herald Community Newspapers

Jerry Kremer As a former elected official, I’m often asked who has the toughest job in America. More often than not, I respond to either President Biden or New York City Mayor Eric Adams. But after watching three of the Jan. 6 committee hearings, I decided that Attorney General Merrick …

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Community-level COVID indicators continue to rise in Coconino County as case rates drop | Local

As community-level indicators continue to rise in Coconino County, the number of newly reported cases fell again the week ending June 18, according to the latest Dashboard data report from last week. Overall, the county remains at an average level of transmission. Both indicators at the community level rose last …

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COMMUNITY BANK OF NEW YORK AT ELI

HICKSVILLE, NY, June 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company”), the parent company of New York Community Bank (the “Bank”), today announced the elimination of ), uncollected and unavailable funds charges on all of its personal and business checking products, and the elimination of …

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Honoring the LGBTQ+ community in science

June 24, 2022 June is LGTBQ+ Pride Month — a time to celebrate the contributions the LGTBQ+ community has made to society and throughout history. At Arizona State University, a faculty member supports LGTBQ+ students in STEM and shares what she is doing to help these students succeed in science. …

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Hawaii Cyber ​​Airmen Awarded for Helping Community Critical Networks > Air National Guard > Article View

FORT DERUSSY, Hawaii — Three Airmen received Medals of Excellence May 14, at Fort DeRussy for making major improvements to the Hawaii National Guard’s cyber response capabilities. The small team of cyber analysts and operators were handpicked to create one of the nation’s first cyber mission assurance teams. …

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Maricopa Community College offers courses to fill gaps in the great resignation

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Maricopa Community College offers students the opportunity to earn certifications that will help fill vacancies after the Great Resignation. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the labor market and employers have been strongly impacted. “Last year’s big quit caused a lot of employees to leave …

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News from those who serve 6/15/22 | Community

Service men and women Cody C. Alt, Sergeant, sergeant. United States Marine Corps Chief Motor Transport Maintenance, Combat Logistics Company 16, stationed in Yuma, Arizona. He is the son of Duane and Dawn Alt, and Carla Alt, all of Prairie du Sac. He graduated in 2004 from Sauk Prairie High …

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NAU Men’s Basketball Summer Camp a hit with the local hoops community | Local

ERIC NEWMAN Solar Sports Editor Young children sprawled on three basketball courts at the Rolle Activity Center, all wearing NAU Lumberjacks shirts, as music played and male basketball players from northern Arizona acted as coaches for the children. Lumberjack guard Jayden Jackson smirked as two boys held his hand to …

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The medical community is urged to oppose the ongoing organ killings in China

Lack of media coverage, institutional silence, self-censorship and fear of retaliation from Beijing are among the reasons many people, including those in the medical sector, ignore China’s continued state-sanctioned practice. , consisting of killing innocent people for their organs. These reasons were presented during a panel discussion on June 9, …

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H3 Phoenix Community Group Raises Money to Benefit Mesa Children’s Home

Scottsdale community outreach group H3 Phoenix is ​​hosting a fundraiser this summer for Sunshine Acres Children’s Home, a privately funded family group home in Mesa, Arizona. H3 is looking to raise $50,000 in community donations for Sunshine Acres by mid-July, where all proceeds will benefit the home’s efforts to provide …

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Online courses can help community college students succeed

Credit: Julie Leopo/EdSource Credit: Julie Leopo/EdSource Thomas Epstein June 6, 2022 While California has been accustomed to earthquakes and has been preparing for the Big One for decades, the state was caught off guard by the pandemic earthquake that rocked our state in March 2020. Although the government response has …

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Summerfair Art Festival gives back to the community

CINCINNATI – For more than 50 years, the Summerfair Art Festival has attracted artists and buyers from throughout the Greater Cincinnati area and across the United States. What do you want to know Summerfair Arts Festival features artists from across the country There are over 900 submissions each year and …

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Car-Free Culdesac Neighborhood Announces Community Bike Shop

TEMPE, Arizona–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Culdesac Tempe is pleased to announce its latest major retailer, Archer’s Bikes, for bike sales, trials, rentals, repair and accessories. Archer’s Bikes complements Culdesac Tempe’s array of local businesses which includes an independent grocery store, cafe and restaurant. Archer’s Bikes caters to everyday commuters and welcomes people from …

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Gilbert is seeking donations and volunteers for the heat relief program

Gilbert is soliciting donations of bottled water for residents at risk of heat-related illnesses. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock Images) The Town of Gilbert is looking for local businesses and individuals to donate water and other non-perishable heat-related items to the ongoing program Heat donation program. According to Arizona Department of …

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Jeff Gladney dies at 25: NFL community mourns former first-round CB and sends condolences on social media

Former NFL first-round cornerback Jeff Gladney died Monday at the age of 25 following a car accident in Dallas. Details of the car crash have not been released. Gladney, who played at TCU, was selected in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, picked by the Minnesota Vikings with …

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Not Your Typical Deli Moves to Heritage District

A building behind the Farmhouse restaurant will become NYT Deli’s new location starting this summer. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Journal) Not your typical grocery store is on the move locations from its restaurant in Gilbert Town Square to a building in the Heritage Quarter behind the Farmhouse Restaurant and facing the …

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Brady and Carbahal elected to head First Northern Community Bancorp board

DIXON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–First Northern Community Bancorp (OTCQB: FNRN), holding company of First Northern Bank, announced that Patrick R. Brady was elected for a two-year term as President and John M. Carbahal was elected to a one-year term as Vice Chair at its recent 2022 Board of Directors organizational meeting. Together, …

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Zacks: Analysts expect New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:NYCB) to post quarterly sales of $355.07 million

Analysts expect New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:NYCB – Get Rating) to report $355.07 million in sales for the current quarter, according to Zacks Investment Research. Five analysts provided earnings estimates for New York Community Bancorp, with the highest sales estimate at $361.54 million and the lowest estimate at $345.20 …

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NEW YORK COMMUNITY BANCORP, INC. DECLARES A QUARTERLY CASH DIVIDEND ON ITS PREFERRED SHARES | News

HICKSVILLENY , May 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors of New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company”) has announced the declaration of a quarterly cash dividend on its fixed rate non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock floating rate, series A (NYSE: NYCB PA) at the rate of $15.94 …

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Craven Community College will host a chamber music concert

NEW BERN, NC – Craven Community College will host a chamber music concert on May 26 at 7 p.m. in the Orringer Auditorium on the New Bern campus. Music will be performed by Craven CC staff accompanist and pianist Shauna Bierly, along with vocalist Megan Massey, pianist Jared Alan Yoakem, …

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Zoo Miami welcomes boyfriend for ‘Bella’

Bella and Jiwa meet. On June 30, 2018, “Bella”, then a 5-year-old Bornean orangutan, made her public debut at Zoo Miami with her mother, “Kumang”, after arriving from Seneca Park Zoo in New York. The two were crowd favorites until Kumang’s sad death in September last year following complications from …

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4 companies soon in Gilbert

L’Mage Salon Studios is preparing its interior for an upcoming opening. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Journal) Here are four businesses that will soon arrive at Gilbert. Advance Auto Parts plans to open a store near the northwest corner of Queen Creek and Higley Roads in Gilbert. The national auto parts retailer …

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Letter to the Editor: High Country Humane thanks the community | Letters

High Country Humane would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the community for the incredible support of our shelter during the tunnel fire. We don’t know what we could have done without the tireless dedication of our volunteers and the generous donations of all members of the community. …

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Gilbert narrows search for fire chief to five finalists

The Gilbert Fire & Rescue Department has five finalists for its open chief position. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Journal) The nationwide search for a new chief for the Gilbert Fire and Rescue Service has been limited to finalists, including a current member of the service, city officials announced May 11. Gilbert’s …

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Marin Aldersly County Retirement Community Selects New Executive Director

Shannon Brown, who last worked as the executive director of an Arizona retirement community business, has been hired as executive director of Aldersly, a San Rafael-based nonprofit. Aldersly officials said his arrival last month was timed with the organization’s multi-phase expansion plan, which includes opening the new Rosenborg Memory Care …

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Football star Diné lands scholarship with Pratt Community College

WINDOW ROCK Aalicia Arizona Mitchell has signed her letter of intent to play women’s soccer at Pratt Community College in Pratt, Kansas. She will be the first in her family to go to college on an athletic scholarship. According to the college, she will be the first full-blooded Navajo to …

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Assistant Warden Job (Community Corrections) – Arizona Department of Corrections Rehabilitation & Reentry

Apply on this link: https://internal.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/assistant-director-community-corrections-phoenix-arizona-united-states Provide leadership and management to the staff of the Community Corrections Division. Manage, supervise and mentor junior employees. − Plan, develop and implement new programs and services based on data, science and evidence-based practices. Develop and implement policies and procedures specific to community corrections in …

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Arizona Community Foundation seeking new CEO

Open the audio article player By Staff | on May 04, 2022 Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. The Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) today announced the opening of the application acceptance process for candidates interested in the position of President and CEO. ACF’s Board of Directors …

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UArizona engineering students develop solutions for the community

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — When Gabriella Vindiola started her senior project, she didn’t just want to create something. She wanted to leave her mark on Tucson. “There were a lot of big company projects that were really exciting and had a lot of interesting things. For me, it was important …

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Dewey and Bernice Hostetler, 70 | Community Notes

Dewey and Bernice Hostetler will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on May 3. They were married by J. Lawrence Burkholder, Goshen, Ind., at the home of his parents, Samuel and Clara Lehman, Castorland. The couple met in LaJunta, Colorado, at the hospital when Bernice was in school and Dewey was …

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Slog AM: Ann Davison wants to kick people out of community court, local dad sues city for pepper spraying child, and don’t forget your ID on the streetcar – Slog

Maybe rehab isn’t for everyone? What are you doing there, Ann? In case you missed it, Republican and gremlin City Attorney Ann Davison went from abolition curious to prison queen with breakneck speed. I know, just a little while ago, Davison was copying NTK’s homework, tossing a bunch of misdemeanors …

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Bascom Group continues acquisitions in Houston and acquires another 150-unit apartment community

IRVINE, Calif., April 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Bascom Group, LLC (“Bascom”) continued its acquisition campaign by Texas the acquisition of a residence of 150 apartments in Houstonmarking their fourth Houston Acquisition in nearly 12 months. Windwater at Windmill Lakes is a 150 unit community, built in 1999 and located …

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