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Steubenville Police Fall: A Sunset Boulevard resident needed help when her husband fell down a flight of stairs on Friday. The man, who was intoxicated, sat at the bottom of the steps with a deep laceration and was bleeding profusely, police said. He was taken to Trinity West for treatment. …

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Soroptimist presents awards – Times-Standard

Eureka’s Soroptimist International recently hosted their annual rewards program through Zoom. Kris Chorbi, SI Eureka member and current Governor of the Soroptimist Founding Region, chaired the event. The theme of the 2021 program was “Dream BIG for your future”. The program is held annually to honor women and girls who …

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Explained: What is the Kerala Smart Kitchen Project?

The revised Kerala government budget for the current fiscal year announced the introduction of a Smart Kitchen project, which aims to modernize kitchens and alleviate the difficulties faced by housewives in household chores. The budget, presented by Finance Minister KN Balagopal, set aside an amount of Rs 5 crore for …

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Empowerment of women an area of ​​interest | Kochi News

KOCHI: The state budget has focused on empowering women by earmarking Rs 1,000 crore for low-interest loans through Kudumbashree, experts say. In addition to offering the loan at 4% interest, the budget also envisages the deployment of 10,000 neighborhood auxiliary groups. “One of the most important features of Kudumbashree loans …

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Right wing black money targets Wellesley

Recently, in an article titled “Wellesley School District Faces Civil Rights Complaint from Parents Group,” GBH covered a civil rights complaint filed against Wellesley by an operation posing as a national grassroots movement, Parents Defending Education. The article reveals that the complaint is empty. Oh, and PDE is not national, …

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Black businesses matter

In the lab, do some magic. LAMIK beauty Black entrepreneurs face specific obstacles in America that have contributed to the racial wealth gap. I had the pleasure of interviewing four amazing black-owned business owners, including three women, to learn more about their successes, struggles and how they tirelessly prevail. The …

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