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Stories help us see those in need – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Last week was the week of “planes, trains and cars”. Travel increased last weekend – a contrast to last Thanksgiving. I was glad I didn’t have to go anywhere last Thursday. Travel is said to expand the mind – give a new perspective on life. Does the Thanksgiving trip widen …

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Changing trends in estimated digital banking market share

New Jersey, UK, November 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Facts and Factors has released a new research report titled “Digital banking market by component (platforms and services), by type of bank (retail banking, corporate banking and investment banking), by service (transactional and non-transactional services) and by regions – Global and …

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Thanksgiving 2021: what’s open, what’s closed on Thursday? Banks, UPS, mail delivery, stock exchanges, stores, shopping malls, supermarkets

Thanksgiving 2021 is Thursday, November 25. It is an annual national holiday which has both religious and secular aspects, being nicknamed the “harvest festival” and the “family festival”. The first Thanksgiving is said to have taken place in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in …

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Overdraft fees hit record high, study finds

It’s a little cheaper in 2021 to withdraw from an off-network ATM with your debit card, but it will cost you a little more, on top of an already high price, to use your card for a purchase. when you don’t. You don’t have enough funds in your checking account. …

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Camden plan that favors suburban commuters could kill downtown’s last shopping street

Rosemari Hicks was sure she had found the perfect spot for her independent cafe in early 2020 when she rented a vacant storefront on Camden’s Market Street. An art center and beer garden had previously opened nearby, joining a drugstore and a beloved fried chicken restaurant. She named her business …

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Governor’s Office | This week in New Jersey: November 19, 2021

Governor Murphy launches new ShopRite grocery project in Atlantic City Governor Murphy, accompanied by Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver, Speaker of the Senate Steve Sweeney, Speaker of the Assembly Craig Coughlin, Mayor of Atlantic City Marty Small, Chairman of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) Modia Butler and Executive Vice President …

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Joan A. (Better) McAndrew | News, Sports, Jobs

NASHUA, NH – Joan A. (Betterly) McAndrews, 82, passed away peacefully at home on November 15, 2021, after a long battle with breast cancer. She never let cancer define her and maintained a positive attitude the entire time. Joan was born in Hazleton, Pa. On June 18, 1939, daughter of …

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Wegmans Plastic Bags Jettisons in Virginia Stores

Wegmans is bagging the use of single-use plastic grocery bags at several of its stores in Virginia in response to a local ban that goes into effect Jan. 1. Although the legislation allows retailers to continue to offer plastic bags at a price of five cents per bag, the retailer …

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Finastra partners with Hexaware to speed up digital payments for certain European banks

LONDON, November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Finastra today announced its partnership with Hexaware Technologies (Hexaware) to provide managed services for Finastra payment solutions deployed in the cloud. This decision helps Hexaware customers to Germany, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Ireland take ownership of their payment infrastructure. The partnership …

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Hundreds of banks in NJ have closed since 2016

Over a five-year period, the number of bank branches declined by over 400 in Garden State. Banks say the main reasons are customer driven, but consumer advocates say there are plenty of New Jersey residents young and old who are greatly inconvenienced by the trend. “We want to avoid banking …

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St. Claire HealthCare Announces 2021-2022 Medical Staff

Medical staff help shape hospital policy, elected by peers MOREHEAD, Ky. (WTVQ / Press Release) – St. Claire HealthCare (SCH) has announced its medical workforce for 2021-2022. These doctors were elected by their peers and will play an important role in the decision-making process, in collaboration with the administration and …

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Perimeter security market size valued at $ 439,642 million,

Jersey City, New Jersey, October 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Verified Market Research recently published a report, “Perimeter Security Market”By component (system and service), by vertical (military, transport, industrial, commercial and services, government, and building and infrastructure) and by geography. According to Verified Market Research, the global perimeter security market …

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Matthew J. Adams – OBX today

Matthew J. Adams Matthew J. Adams, 36, died suddenly on October 10, 2021, near his home in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. Matthew was born in Portland, Maine on July 5, 1985. He graduated from the Lisbon High School class in 2004 and graduated in Computer Science with the Class …

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SEC investigates Archegos for potential market manipulation

(Bloomberg) – A US investigation into Bill Hwang’s Archegos Capital Management collapse examines whether the company engaged in market manipulation. Bloomberg’s Most Read The United States Securities and Exchange Commission is closely examining the firm’s trading activity, including whether it has concealed the size of its bets on public companies, …

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Meridian named best performing bank

MALVERN, Pa., Oct. 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – For the second year in a row, Meridian Bank has earned a spot on Piper Sandler’s “Sm-All Stars,” its list of top performing US small-cap banks. Piper Sandler, a leading mid-market investment bank and institutional securities firm, publishes this list every year …

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What to see on your trip to New Jersey

1778011 (CC0), Pixabay New Jersey, The Garden State, is certainly full of beautiful places, as evidenced by the following set of photos! Although it is the fourth smallest state, it has many exciting places that you must visit. We’ve rounded up some of the most beautiful places to visit in …

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Doctor Immune to Fired Temple Teacher’s Costume, 3rd Circ. Said

By Jeannie O’Sullivan (September 23, 2021, 3:53 p.m. EDT) – A doctor facing defamation allegations for making sexual harassment allegations against a former Temple University medical professor urged the Third Circuit on Thursday to grant him immunity from trial, arguing that the law protects statements made in “quasi-judicial” proceedings. During …

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Starting eleven: men’s soccer vs UPenn

History links PISCATAWAY, NJ – Rutgers Men’s Soccer (6-0-1) hosts UPenn (3-1-1) on Monday, September 20 at 7 p.m. ET at Yurcak Field. For the second time in Jim McElderryFor three years in UK, the Scarlet Knights have been looking to go undefeated for the first eight games of the …

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Fourth Live Update from Stimulus Control: Child Tax Credit Extension to 2025, New Payment in California, Unemployment Benefits …

Securities – AOC announces efforts to expand federal unemployment benefits until February 2022. (Full story) – New projections on Social Security Cost of living adjustment for 2022 emerge. (Whole story) – President Biden fails to convince Sen Manchin to support the $ 3.5 billion spending bill – Seventeen states have …

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OpenLegacy’s Digital Integration Platform Delivers 353% Return on Investment According to New Total Economic Impact Study | Business

PRINCETON, NJ – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sep 15, 2021– OpenLegacy, which turns monolithic mainframe systems into cloud-native innovation building blocks, today announced the results of a recently released Total Economic Impact (TEI) study conducted by Forrester Consulting. The study determined that OpenLegacy’s digital integration platform delivers a 353% return on …

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Addressing food insecurity among veterinarians in NJ

Dionisio Cucuta What do you do when the military declares you unfit for work due to post-traumatic stress disorder and other conditions resulting from six years in the US Marine Corps? For Dionisio Cucuta, the answer was clear: create a nonprofit organization that helps other veterans develop their skills for …

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Validea Motley Fool Strategy Daily Upgrade Report – 8/9/2021

THere are today’s updates for Validea’s small-cap growth investor model based on Motley Fool’s published strategy. This strategy seeks small cap growth stocks with strong fundamentals and strong price performance. ESQUIRE FINANCIAL HOLDINGS INC (ESQ) is a small capitalization security in the Regional Banks sector. The rating according to our …

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Why rename Judea and Samaria?

(August 22, 2021 / JNS) There are good reasons for the Arab world and the anti-Israel left to insist on using the false and geographically inaccurate term “West Bank” when referring to Judea and Samaria. Think about it: imagine a human rights movement built around the slogan: Banish the Arabs …

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New Jersey uses IBM’s mainframe as a service

Written by Colin Wood August 6, 2021 | UNITED STATES As the New Jersey state IBM mainframe neared end of life in early 2020, officials found themselves at a technological crossroads: either replacing the expensive juggernaut or finding an alternative. They opted for an alternative, sticking with IBM for the …

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bulls dominate again | News, Sports, Jobs

GERRY – For 76 years, Gerry’s Volunteer Fire Department has brought the exciting entertainment of professional rodeo action to the area, but a 24-hour run once again underscored the importance of the funds raised by the rodeo then that the volunteers responded to five calls – three EMS, a car …

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New Jersey Power Plant: Gibbons PC

Law360 (Aug 4, 2021, 12:03 a.m. EDT) – Intrepid by a year of upheaval brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest, Gibbons PC of New Jersey reached new frontiers in his signature practice areas to win an unprecedented appeal victory in a high-profile white-collar case and advancing one …

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Things are falling apart – POLITICO

Editor’s Note: Morning Money is a free version of the POLITICO Pro Financial Services morning newsletter, which is sent to our subscribers each morning at 6 a.m. The POLITICO Pro platform combines the news you need with tools you can use to take action on the biggest of the day. …

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Inbound Transfer Profile: Juwan Mitchell

Before the start of the football season, VR2 will be doing a series of transfer profiles on the 10 most notable transfers to come and play football on Rocky Top this fall, and there’s no better way to kick it off than by. with arguably the most prolific transfer Flights …

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Mixed stocks, stronger economy, GM warns of Bolts

Biz / Tech NEW YORK (AP) – Stocks ended a shaky day on Wall Street with mixed results as investors weighed in on the latest corporate earnings reports and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve’s comments on inflation. Tech companies made big gains, while banks were mostly weaker after several …

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Delaware River Heritage Trail 130 Bypass debuts

Burlington County officially cut the ribbon on Saturday morning on a new 5.5 mile stretch of the Delaware River Heritage Trail at Crystal Lake Park in Mansfield. Open to walkers, hikers and cyclists, the Delaware River Heritage Trail 130 Bypass is the largest addition to the South Jersey network to …

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Choose your own produce at a local farm

Illustration by Annelise Capossela [MORE: Your Ultimate Guide to Summer Fun in New Jersey] New Jersey summer produce is more than corn and tomatoes. In July and August, the Garden State’s bounty includes blueberries, blackberries, peaches, raspberries and more. The summer months are also those when sunflowers bloom. The best …

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How to avoid mosquitoes this summer

Mosquitoes are so annoying and when you have those itchy bug bites you just want to rip your skin off. It just feels like nothing gets rid of the itch. It’s finally summer and you just want to avoid insect bites as much as possible. According to NJ.com, the amount …

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