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Candidates for the House of Keys in Glenfaba and Peel were confronted with questions from voters at a public meeting. © BBC Six of the seven candidates for Glenfaba and Peel attended the meeting at QEII school Geoffrey Boot, Trevor Cowin, Tim Crookall, Leo Cussons, Ray Harmer, Mikey Lee (who could not attend) and Kate …

Berks Places is a recurring feature that will focus on small towns and designated enumeration locations across the county. History, nostalgia and local voices will illuminate the picturesque nooks and crannies of our region. Additional historical photographs accompany the online version of the articles. The village of Barto in Washington Township was developed in 1869 …

Q Over the past 18 months, I have done a lot more of my shopping online. In most cases, I rely on consumer reviews to help me decide whether or not to buy. However, there have been a number of times my purchases have looked nothing like the reviews on the company’s website which makes …

“Their private property rights are what is at stake”, said Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-ND. “America’s exceptionalism is built around private property and those rights. I feel that there is more and more evidence which, in the end, will be too compelling to ignore. If not by our own political system, then by our judicial system. …

The sweltering and humid heatwave that blanketed southern Ontario did not deter Iqwinder Gaheer’s supporters during his campaign launch party in late August. Instead of trapped moisture, excitement was felt in the air for the young Liberal candidate hoping to represent the riding of Mississauga — Malton. From rowdy kids to high school students and …

PEARL, Mississippi – The Federal Emergency Management Agency is set to announce sweeping changes in how the U.S. government will verify the property of disaster relief seekers who lack certain legal documents for them inherited property. The change responds to the rollback of rules that have prevented black Americans in the Deep South from getting …

By Phionah Nassanga August 26 is Women’s Equality Day. It’s a day to celebrate the progress women have made and reflect on the obstacles they face in advocating for change, on a global scale. Women are confronted with violence, discrimination, stereotypes, the struggle for equal treatment in education and employment spaces. Although it originates in …

Max Anderson is the president of the Souls Grown Deep Foundation. Souls Grown Deep advocates for the inclusion of Southern black artists into the canon of American art history and promotes economic empowerment, racial and social justice, and educational advancement in the communities that gave birth to these artists. . Souls Grown Deep takes its …

Homeowners want more compensation from the BC Transportation Financing Authority Owners of properties under redevelopment to build the Mount Pleasant subway station in Vancouver are suing a British Columbia government crown corporation seeking additional compensation for the land they surrendered so that the project can go ahead. Broadway Main Investments Ltd. and Choo Brothers Investments …

Ras Al Khaimah’s real estate market is doing very well despite the debilitating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Inayat-ur-Rahman, Company editor Expo 2020 Dubai would transform the economic landscape of the UAE, as the mega event is expected to help promote tourism as well as business and real estate activities in various regions of the …