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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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Southern Arizona group is building a community for LGBTQ seniors | Local News

Diana Ramos for the Arizona Daily Star Seniors in the LGBTQ community are more likely than other seniors to experience isolation, advocates say. They are four times less likely to have children, twice as likely to live alone and twice as likely to be single, according to a 2011 National …

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Huge Planned Rental Home Community North of Tucson | Business

As home prices continue to climb and mortgage rates begin to rise, many potential buyers are giving up on property hunting. Unable to compete with investors — who often offer more than the asking price for a home in cash — traditional buyers are looking for single-family homes to rent. …

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Live Blog: Harvey-Pinard joins Canadiens roster against Flyers

Breadcrumb Links Sports Rafaël Harvey-Pinard is the Laval Rocket’s leading scorer in the AHL with 51 points in 64 games. Author of the article: Erik Leijon • Montreal Gazette Special Publication date : April 21, 2022 • 13 minutes ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation Montreal Canadiens …

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Ardmore’s Mitchell takes his talents to Pratt Community College

Handsome Bearden Armoreite Aalicia Arizona Mitchell is no stranger to the soccer field where she has spent countless hours training and playing the game she loves. However, the Ardmore High School senior was unsure about continuing her college career. That uncertainty disappeared Thursday when Mitchell signed to Pratt Community College …

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2 Mohave Community College employees invited to speak at state conference | Kingman Miner Daily

MOHAVE COUNTY — Mohave Community College was represented at the annual Arizona Women in Higher Education Conference by trustees Bethany Siehr and Tonya Jackson. According to an MCC press release, Siehr and Jackson presented on Friday, April 8, the transition of staff and faculty to administrative roles. Siehr is responsible …

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Cavco Industries Wins Inaugural MHI Community Impact Award

PHOENIX, April 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cavco Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: CVCO) (“Cavco” or the “Company”) today announced that the Company has won the inaugural Community Impact Project Award from the ‘year’ (2022) for its Five Points Neighborhood Initiative in Martinsville, Virginia, where its Nationwide Homes brand is based. This …

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Experts: Asian Population Overcount Masks Community Nuances | Arizona News

By TERRY TANG and MIKE SCHNEIDER, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Jennifer Chau was stunned last month when the U.S. Census Bureau’s bulletin on how accurately it counted the U.S. population in 2020 showed Asians were overcounted by the highest rate of any race or ethnic groups. The director of …

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The Community Health Worker program seeks to serve individuals | News

The La Paz County Health Department has launched a new program, Community Health Worker Program (CHW). The program was officially announced to La Paz County Supervisors at their March 21 meeting. The program grew out of the Ministry of Health’s response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Its goal is to …

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Mary Cook Associates completes interiors of 826-bed CANVAS student housing community near Arizona State University campus

CHICAGO, IL – Chicago-based Mary Cook Associates (MCA), an award-winning national commercial interior design firm, announces that it has completed the interiors of CANVAS, an 826-bed off-campus student housing community that opened opened in August 2021 in Tempe, Arizona, near Arizona State University, and released images of the project for …

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Longtime Grand Canyon community member and author Nancy Green passes | Williams-Grand Canyon News

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – On March 20, the morning of the vernal equinox, Nancy Green, a longtime member of the Grand Canyon community and author, died. Whether alone or with friends, Nancy was an intrepid explorer of the canyons, mountains, forests, and deserts of the Colorado Plateau and beyond. His …

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Mesa Teen is State Academic Decathlon Champion | Our community

A The Mesa teenager is preparing for national competition after winning the Arizona Academic Decathlon beating 250 other high school students. Thor Eckman, a 17-year-old senior from Westwood High School, took part in 10 events which covered a variety of topics and also involved writing an essay, presenting a speech …

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Gilroy Softball Community Honors Former GHS Star Sarah Villar – Gilroy Dispatch

The very first Sarah Villar Memorial Game paid homage to a life gone too soon. On March 22, the Gilroy High softball team hosted Christopher High in what will be the annual Sarah Villar Memorial Game going forward. Villar is the former Gilroy High graduate who was tragically killed by …

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Training, housing, community design: the rise of professions from TG Magazine

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. TG Magazine of Prescott Valley has released its latest and largest edition of its quarterly print publication to date, Rise of the Trades. The edition focuses on more than 20 trades programs at Yavapai College. Centric to the edition is …

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Summit inspires high school students to improve their community

March 25, 2022 Session focused on projects that will improve life in the Village of Maryvale for nearly 230,000 Arizona residents It wasn’t “Friday Night Lights” at Sun Devil Stadium, but on Friday, March 18, nearly 50 bright students from Maryvale High School teamed up with undergraduate and graduate students …

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Culpeper Sheriff Focuses on Border and Cartels for ‘State of the Community’ | Recent news

Culpeper detectives have worked with the Department of Homeland Security, the Drug Enforcement Administration and other federal partners on local operations involving deadly pounds of fentanyl and methamphetamine somehow linked to the cartels of drugs, County Sheriff Scott Jenkins said Wednesday at the annual “State of the Community Program” hosted …

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CatholicVote Launches Campaign Capitalizing on Hispanic Community’s Growing Support for Conservative Values

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Political advocacy group CatholicVote has announced a new campaign targeting Hispanic and Latino voters in the upcoming midterm elections. CatholicVote hopes to push Hispanic voter turnouts higher than even the historic turnout from the last election. The organization has explicitly targeted Democrats …

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20 Under 40: Teri Yazzie, Youth Psychotherapist, Native Americans for Community Action |

What excites you about your work, what do you enjoy? My collective realities have had a huge impact on shaping my worldview and how I can help bring about change, especially in the communities in which I was raised, also widely known as ” Ground”. My ability to connect and …

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Toll Brothers Announces Groundbreaking for its Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms Community in Portland

Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms, a new luxury home community in Portland, Oregon, announced the grand opening of its first collection of homes in the Bethany neighborhood. Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms We have experienced tremendous demand at Toll Brothers in Hosford Farms, and we …

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Glens Falls Appoints New Director of Community Development | Local

GLENS FALLS — Some new faces have found themselves in City Hall, while a familiar takes over a familiar role in the mayor’s office. Pat Dowd, former director of communications for the Lake George Association, has been named the town’s director of community development. “I have experience writing and managing …

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Arizona great Laura Espinoza-Watson ‘more about the community’ while coaching Amphi

Watching Amphi play softball, even in a mercy loss to Desert View on Wednesday night, was a smile for a minute. The Panthers play for the love of the game in a truly fun and unconventional way that even the most diehard softball players have to respect, no matter if …

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The NASCAR community mourns after the Hauler team crashes and catches fire in Texas en route to racing this weekend in Phoenix

NASCAR teams know that the next time a driver gets in the car, it may be their last time. Traveling at such high speeds, death is unfortunately part of the sport. On Tuesday, the NASCAR community was shocked to learn that one of the team’s carriers heading to this weekend’s …

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🌱 Midnight At The Oasis Returns + Community Events in Yuma

Hello Yama! Let’s get you caught up to start this day on an informed note. Here’s everything you need to know in Yuma today. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny, windy and cool. High: 71 Low: 46. Here are Yuma’s top three stories today: Midnight at the Oasis made its highly …

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Teen criminal justice gets ‘community review’ in Minnesota

Ramsey County is piloting a program focused on equity, restoration and rehabilitation instead of criminal records. Before John Choi became the Ramsey County District Attorney in Minnesota in 2011 — when he was the city attorney for St. Paul, the county seat — he thought critically about the criminal justice …

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Wood Partners opens luxury community in Scottsdale

Alta Raintree. Image courtesy of Wood Partners Wood Partners celebrated the opening of Alta Raintree, a 330-unit luxury community located in the northern part of Scottsdale, Arizona, one of metro Phoenix’s most desirable residential neighborhoods. The company began construction on the project in 2020, with first completion expected in fall …

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Phoenix turns a dangerous park into a community treasure

After years as a crime-riddled park, the community has come together to transform John F. & Mary P. Long Homestead Park into a community treasure. Councilwoman Betty Guardado, Dist. 5, spoke at the Tree Planting and WalkPHX event designed to reactivate and revitalize John F. & Mary P. Long Homestead …

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Florida builder completes Denton County rental community

Florida-based apartment builder ZOM Living has completed its latest North Texas rental community in Denton County. The Mezzo Apartments are located off US Highway 380 in the town of Aubrey, between Denton and Prosper. The 378-unit project is the first such ZOM development in this region and the last of …

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The Pima County Community Resource Fair is scheduled for March 5 in Tucson

TUCSON, AZ – Residents of Pima County who could use help with things like job training, finding a good preschool or utilities, and rental assistance can connect with resources at the next county resource fair. The county’s Department of Community Development and Workforce is hosting the fair from 10 a.m. …

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Billings Snow Blankets: Impacting the Community Differently

BILLINGS — The biggest snowstorm of the year has brought slippery roads and inches of snow to Billings. Luckily, most schools in Billings already had a day off due to the Presidents Day holiday. It meant a snowy day for some, but many people, including truckers, were hunkered down inside. …

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The Los Angeles sun casts a dark shadow over the community of Inglewood

By Jack SavageMedill Reports INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Not even 48 hours after the Super Bowl ended, the glitz and glamor of the circus event was long gone. The streets were barren, littered only with rubbish, giving off an eerie ghost town vibe. For a week, Inglewood, California was the epicenter …

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Georgetown panel discusses ‘faith, politics and the Latino community’

WASHINGTON, DC — The stereotypical 32 million Latino voters in the United States — that they’re monolithic, focused solely on immigration issues, are predictably Democrats and Catholics — lead stubborn lives, But the reality is very different. And politicians are considerably ahead of the public in this awareness. That was …

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Invalid baptisms send shock waves throughout the Catholic community

MILWAUKEE, (CBS 58) — A Catholic priest in Arizona who performed baptisms the wrong way for years has resigned in Arizona. The invalid baptisms sent shock waves throughout the Catholic community. Words mean everything in the Catholic community. In this case, a priest used the word “we” instead of “I” …

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There’s more with Asset Protection | Community

By Dan Barney Estate planning and law “How can I protect my assets from creditors? Last week, we looked at two sources of protection: A) transferring assets from your personal possession and B) protecting a minimum amount of assets under Oklahoma’s homestead laws. These include special protections for annuities and …

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Phonexa to power community and partnership initiatives with LinkUnite

Marketing automation platform Phonexa further fuels its community-building and partnership initiatives with LinkUnite, an invitation-only women’s retreat and forum for women leaders in leadership and senior positions in digital marketing . Expected from April 10 to 13 in Arizonathe inaugural forum is a by-product and extension of Phonexa’s partner program, …

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Arizona lawmakers propose communist-style ‘community schools’

A Russian Communist of the 20th century said: “Children, like soft wax, are very malleable… We must save children from the harmful influence of the family… From the first days of their small life, they must be under the beneficial influence of the Communists. schools… To force the mother to …

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Minor League Baseball community rallies behind Michigan reporter who had his back first | PA

DETROIT — There are few greatest defenders for minor league baseball players than Emily Waldon. In the spring of 2019, Waldon, then writing for The Athletic, shone one of the brightest spotlights on the financial inequity facing minor leaguers, under the headline “I can’t afford to play this game.” . …

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Gustine native on the rise in the US Air Force | Community

A local service member has received a major promotion within the United States Army. Gustine’s Nickolas Meyer has served in the Air Force since April 2018 as an aircraft metals technology specialist. After nearly four years of service, Meyer was recently promoted to Staff Sergeant (SSgt). The rank of staff …

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Community helps Virginia firefighter fight cancer

PETERSBURG, Va. — Dedicated his life to saving others, now Petersburg Fire Sgt. Michael Clark thinks a cancer treatment trial could save him. Doctors first discovered Clark’s stage IV colon cancer in October 2019. “I started to feel a little rude,” he said. “I couldn’t keep food down and started …

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Scottsdale Community Comes Together to Remember Abused and Killed 11-Year-Old | Arizona News

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – A community gathered Sunday night to pay their respects to 11-year-old Chaskah Davis Smith. Chaskah’s grandmother, Stephanie Davis, and her husband, Thomas Desharnais, are charged in connection with her murder. They met at the Extended Stay America in Old Town Scottsdale, where the family has …

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Community view | Be sure to use a county-approved rescue or shelter | Kingman Miner Daily

MOHAVE COUNTY – Many so-called animal shelters, rescues, and sanctuaries are located in Mohave County, but few are actually licensed by the Mohave County government. If someone is considering adopting a loving pet forever, it is recommended that they do their homework beforehand. According to the Mohave County Department of …

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Local soccer community mourns the loss of St. Frances Academy star Lamar Patterson – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The local soccer community is mourning the loss of St. Frances Academy soccer star Lamar Patterson, who died in an accident with an MTA Light Rail train in Linthicum on Wednesday, police said. A native of Florida, Patterson was rated a 3-star receiver by 247Sports.com and has …

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community remembers Lord in ceremony | News

Hundreds of people gathered at the Goodyear Civic Square on January 21 for the celebration of Georgia Lord’s life to say a final goodbye and share fond memories of the mayor. Participants wore yellow ribbons, in honor of Lord’s favorite color. Speakers included the Lord family, Governor Doug Ducey, Goodyear …

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Community rallies around Arizona girl scheduled for surgery for rare disease in Baltimore

Arizona girl with rare disease flies to Baltimore for life-saving surgery Riley Saver has been diagnosed with Perthes disease, a rare disease. On February 2, she is due to undergo surgery which should improve her quality of life. Reporting by FOX 10’s Matt Galka. PHOENIX – A 10-year-old girl from …

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Phoenix Suns and community groups honor corporate heroes at upcoming game | News

PHOENIX, January 31, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The HeroZona Foundation, the Black Chamber of Arizona, the Community Collaborative (TCC) and the Phoenix Suns are thrilled to announce that they will be honoring business heroes from across the Valley at the team against the Brooklyn Nets at Footprint Center (201 E. Jefferson …

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Rep. Snyder to Serve on New State Broadband Development Authority | Community News

State Representative Pam Snyder, D-Jefferson, has been nominated to serve on the new Pennsylvania Broadband Development Authority. Snyder was a lead co-sponsor of House Bill 2071, now known as Bill 96 of 2021, which was signed by Governor Tom Wolf in December after unanimously passing both houses of the General …

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THE PRIVATE COMMUNITY REGISTER ANNOUNCES ITS 2022 TOP COMMUNITY AWARDS

Congratulations to the best PCR communities of 2022 More than 50 planned lifestyle communities across the country have been recognized in the organization’s inaugural list of the best. VERO BEACH, FLORIDA, USA, Jan. 27, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Private Communities Registry (PCR), the trusted online resource for real estate buyers interested …

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Michelle Vallejo Exclusive: Meet the South Texas Community Organizer Running for Congress

January 24, 2022 9:24 a.m. EST Michelle Vallejo Exclusive: Meet the South Texas Community Organizer Running for Congress TAG24 NEWS spoke with Congressional candidate Michelle Vallejo, who is running to ensure South Texans can live lives of dignity and equal opportunity. By Kaitlyn Kennedy Alton, Texas – Michelle Vallejo is …

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grant will help community college support workforce readiness initiatives | news/arlington

Northern Virginia Community College received a $240,000 Innovation Grant in the initial phase of the $10 million Beyond Completion Challenge from the Strada Education Network, one of 15 higher education institutions to receive the funding. The challenge aims to help higher education institutions identify new solutions and expand existing solutions …

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The Goodyear community comes together to remember Mayor Georgia Lord

Goodyear said goodbye to Mayor Georgia Lord in the park she helped bring to life. Residents and leaders from across the Phoenix area gathered Friday for the Celebration of the Life of the Lord at Goodyear’s Civic Square Park. Among them were her neighbors Maureen and Hess Lenstra. The Lenstras …

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The quiz is popular in the Glenview retirement community

National Trivia Day, a symbolic celebration, was marked earlier this month by those who relish the challenge of recalling random facts, trifles and obscurities on demand. And as has become their habit, the residents of Vi at the Glen don’t let anyone else tell them when it’s party time. Four …

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Robert Wick, champion of art, newspapers and community, dies at 86 | Navajo-Hopi Observer

Robert Wick, who guided Wick Communications for nearly six decades, died Thursday. He was 86 years old. Wick Communications is an owner partner of River City Newspapers, which operates Today’s News-Herald in Lake Havasu City and the Parker Pioneer. Soft-spoken but sharp, Wick was as passionate about battling a foundry …

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NFL Community Honors Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy on MLK Day

Monday’s playoff game between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams will be the NFL’s first on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. To commemorate the holiday, the league is working alongside Inspire Change social justice grant partner The King Center and their CEO, Dr. Bernice King “to ensure that …

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East Valley King parade, festival scheduled for tomorrow | Our community

MThe esa will celebrate Martin Luther King Day tomorrow, January 17, with the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. East Valley Parade, themed this year “Tomorrow is Today.” The parade will start at 11 a.m. at the intersection of Center Street and MLK Way and will proceed south on Center …

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Engineering professor encourages college community for Alaska Native students: ‘It’s come full circle’

Michele Yatchmeneff knew she wanted to be an engineer when she was a teenager. Yatchmeneff grew up in False Pass and King Cove in the eastern Aleutians. She was raised in an Unangax̂ family, living a subsistence lifestyle. Right out of high school, she enrolled in engineering classes at the …

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SUNY Nassau Community College Partners with Ancora Corporate Training to Offer Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A) Training

GARDEN CITY, NY, January 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SUNY Nassau Community College (NCC), the largest single-campus community college in the SUNY college system, partners with Ancora Corporate Training (Ancora) to offer Commercial Driver License (CDL-A) training programs to SUNY Nassau students. The SUNY Nassau Workforce Development Center offers a number …

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Richmond American to Build New Lake County Community

MONT DORA, Florida, January 11, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Richmond American Homes of Florida, LP, a subsidiary of MDC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is pleased to announce that it has recently purchased and closed land for 102 future residential sites in Mount Dora. Slate is one of six American …

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Red Reporter Community Lead Ranking – Cincinnati Reds Top Prospect

Jonathan India, Tyler Stephenson, Jose Barrero, Vlad Gutierrez and Tony Santillan, who have each donned the Cincinnati Reds jersey for enough time during the 2021 season to move up to Big League rank. That’s a tremendous amount of talent that has taken the system to the next level since the …

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Faith Groups and Nonprofits Team Up to Provide Community-Based COVID Help

Susan BarretoSusan is an author with a long-standing interest in religion and science. She is currently editing Covalency, the online magazine of the Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology. She wrote articles in the lutheran and the newsletter of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science. Susan is a …

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Community reflects on January 6 a year later

Northern Nevada activists hold rally to mark January 6 anniversaryBy Bert Johnson, West Mountain Information Office Activists condemned the violent assault on the U.S. Capitol and the continued attempts by some Republican officials to undermine the 2020 presidential election. Edwin Lyngar, a resident of Reno, told the crowd these efforts …

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New Jersey business and industry leaders team up with community colleges

The New Jersey Business and Industry Association and New Jersey Community Colleges have launched an initiative designed to help the state’s education system build an innovative workforce. Michele Siekerka, President and CEO of NJBIA, said the New Jersey Pathways to Career Opportunities program “will bring together and align New Jersey …

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Desertbreeze Management Company Wins William Lyon Community Home Association Business in Sonoran Foothills |

PHOENIX, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Desertbreeze Management Company, a full-service residential property management company, today announced that the company has won the opportunity to represent a Phoenix-association of neighborhood owners, Guillaume Lyon’s houses at the foothills of Sonora. This is the first associative client of the new …

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Tucson nonprofit seeks community of small houses for transgender women of color | Local news

“What we want is to build communities” Jones began fighting for transgender rights while attending Phoenix Community College. During her transition, her access to the fitness center locker rooms was revoked and she found herself having to speak out. “It was the first time that I became an activist,” she …

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