Thursday, September 16 2021

Steps taken in town for the Alzheimer walk | News, Sports, Jobs

Cheryl A. Landers

This photo, courtesy of Dana Corwin, is of her late mother, Yvonne “Vonnie” Jerman. The Western New York Chapter of […]

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“Cyber ​​Grave Robbers” accused of stealing the identity of the victims of Surfside Condo

Cheryl A. Landers

“They are professionals,” Katherine Fernández Rundle, Miami-Dade state attorney, said at a press conference on the accused thieves. “It was […]

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Beaury and Dagostino host 3-on-3 basketball tournament next weekend

Cheryl A. Landers

Former Saint Rose men’s basketball head coach Brian Beaury and Steve Dagostino, who played at Guilderland High School and Beaury […]

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Mercedes-Benz launches EV glove at IAA Mobility – TechCrunch

Cheryl A. Landers

Mercedes-Benz showcased a host of electric vehicles ahead of the IAA Mobility show in Germany, including its first AMG-branded high-performance […]

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US judge refuses to prevent J&J from separating talcum liability from core business

Cheryl A. Landers

The company and law firm names shown above are generated automatically based on the text of the article. We are […]

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Marketing Edge to inspire the business environment with 2021

Cheryl A. Landers

Rahim AkingboluPlans are in full swing for hosting the annual Marketing Edge Marketing Stakeholder Summit and Brand and Advertising Excellence […]

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What U.S. businesses can learn from the Navy’s vaccination campaign

Cheryl A. Landers

A Navy hospital worker filled a syringe with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine earlier this year at the Okinawa Naval Hospital. […]

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University lecture halls rented for corporate events while student courses remain online

Cheryl A. Landers

The universities of Oxford and Warwick are facing a backlash after it emerged that they are renting lecture halls for […]

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Fully vaccinated American tourists allowed into Canada today; Niagara expects slow, gradual increase

Cheryl A. Landers

Denise Paglinawan, The Canadian Press Published Monday, August 9, 2021 5:22 AM EDT NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. – Businesses in the […]

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How the Olympics are hurting Tokyo’s economy

Cheryl A. Landers

Toshiko Ishii, 64, who runs a traditional hotel in the city’s Taito district, spent more than $ 180,000 to convert […]

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