Rombat, the local market leader in automotive batteries, today received Q1 Ford Supplier certification confirming high quality standards, system capability, warranty and delivery performance, as well as meeting strict quality and environmental management. The standard of excellence places the Romanian automotive battery manufacturer in the “elite club” of Ford suppliersRead More →

When State Sen. Josh Becker, D-San Mateo, introduced a bill to “establish the minor league baseball players’ bill of rights,” I was skeptical. My first thought was that it wasn’t going anywhere. The minor league system used by Major League Baseball is so antiquated and so heavily weighted in favorRead More →

The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) supports the relaunch of the inspirational campaign German.Local.Culture. Restart of receptive tourism. Petra Hedorfer, Chief Executive Officer (CEO): “After two years of the Corona pandemic and in the context of the terrible war in Ukraine, the tourism industry is facing major challenges. In thisRead More →

MULTAN – Provincial Energy Minister Dr Akhtar Malik said on Monday that Pakistan’s outgoing government Tehreek-e-Insaf strongly believes in promoting local culture across the world. He voiced these views at a ceremony on Punjab Culture Day here at Tea House Multan. The provincial minister pointed out that the promotion ofRead More →

WASHINGTON (March 12, 2022)—The U.S. Department of Defense recently announced the following contract awards for local Navy operations. Contracts for March 7, 2022 No contractual data applicable. Contracts for March 8, 2022 Northrop Grumman System Corp., San Diego, CAis assigned a $97,314,948 Amendment (P00007) to a previously awarded Cost PlusRead More →

The McDowell County Public Library now offers a new online service for military personnel called Fold3. Fold3 provides convenient access to military records, including personal histories, photos and documents of the men and women who served. Fold3’s files help you discover and share stories about these everyday heroes, forgotten soldiersRead More →

After her son’s Thoreau School class got involved in raising the baby Blanding’s Turtles, Concord author Diana Renn came up with the idea for a new children’s mystery novel. “Trouble at Turtle Pond” tells the story of 11-year-old Miles, who moves to a new town and joins a group ofRead More →

imaginechina Shanghai prosecutors explored a better way to help local businesses set up corporate compliance systems. Corporate compliance broadly means adhering to rules and measures to ensure that employees and companies comply with relevant laws, standards and policies, touching on many aspects such as data security and property rights intelligenceRead More →

Katsuren-jo Castle Site © Uruma City School Board Beyond symbolic icons such as limestone castles, centenary citizens, the tricord sanshin and shisa (guardian lion dogs of the Ryukyu) perched on tiled rooftops, Japan’s southernmost archipelago has a distinct culture rooted in the deep history of the Ryukyu kingdom. From eatingRead More →

Kenneth L. Stilson Friday, February 18, 2022 The updated production of “Cinderella” by Rodgers and Hammerstein performed February 15-19 at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus. Kenneth L. Stilson Southeast Missouri State University’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” saw ticket sales the school hasn’t seen since the 2014-15 productionRead More →

GLENS FALLS, NY (NEWS10) – A charity that sends thousands of children’s books to neonatal intensive care units at New York hospitals has just received its final numbers. This year, Glens Falls-based Project: Cameron’s Story did well with kids. On Monday, Project: Cameron’s Story announced 27,158 books raised during thisRead More →

By Katie Lobosco, CNN States and local governments are stepping up plans to spend the billions of dollars provided by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed last year. The law, enacted about 100 days ago, will provide $550 billion for new federal infrastructure investments over the next five years.Read More →

Wayne DeFrancesco is the new teaching professional at Peninsula Golf & Country Club near Millsboro. He started working there last August and is preparing for the golf season at the club’s impressive driving range. DeFrancesco is also good pals with Everett Farr, an avid golfer and engineer from Philadelphia. FarrRead More →

TRAVERSE CITY — National Pizza Day was Feb. 9. Super Bowl Sunday was February 13, the day before Valentine’s Day. Fresh Coast Market owner Dave Sears said they started serving new pizzas in time for the holiday. The market has expanded its specialty varieties from eight to 28 pies. “They’reRead More →

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MURRAY — Principals of the Murray Independent School District presented their respective school’s plans to address identified learning gaps within their student bodies at the board meeting Thursday. Kentucky law requires site-based decision-making boards to set goals each year to close achievement gaps. Benchmarks for each goal were established basedRead More →

ADAM ROGAN Stop illegal immigration before securing legal immigration. This is the position of US Representative Bryan Steil, R-Wis. “We have a broken legal immigration system and we have a broken illegal immigration system,” Steil, whose district includes all of Racine and Kenosha counties, said during a roundtable on fentanylRead More →

Out and About lists current events sponsored by nonprofit groups and churches in Martin County. Please send announcements to The Enterprise, 106 West Main St., Williamston, NC 27892 or email lbeachboard@ncweeklies.com. All events must be submitted by 4 p.m. every Tuesday. WILLIAMSTON – The Martin Memorial Library will host aRead More →

Riyadh — The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) detected 19 facilities that violated the Pharmaceutical Establishments and Preparations Act in January 2022, due to their lack of commitment to supply pharmaceuticals to the local market. The SFDA clarified that it requires pharmaceutical factories and warehouses to have sufficient stockRead More →

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Public officials in Virginia hosted a roundtable on Monday to discuss the future of infrastructure in coastal Virginia. Rep. Elaine Luria, Rep. Bobby Scott, and local Hampton Roads leaders hosted the roundtable to highlight the bipartisan Infrastructure Act (BIL) efforts to modernize and improve infrastructure atRead More →

ALBANY — New campaigns to combat misinformation about state criminal justice reforms intensified this week in an effort to steer a politically saturated debate about the need to change state bail laws and Discovery. Albany’s legislative leaders are expected to continue discussions next week on whether to revisit the state’sRead More →

A cost and equipment sharing agreement between the Parker County District Attorney, the Sheriff and the Weatherford Police Department will allow future Parker County judges and jurors to take virtual tours of crime scenes in important business. “Late last year, Sheriff Russ Authier, Weatherford Police Chief Lance Arnold and IRead More →

VALDOSTA – Learning in Retirement has kicked off another “action-packed season” to meet the educational, physical, intellectual, and social needs of friends and neighbors at Valdosta State University. A member-driven organization sponsored by VSU, Learning in Retirement offers area residents ages 50 and older more than 60 opportunities to learnRead More →

The Emirates Literature Foundation, the non-profit organization behind the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, has announced the winners of three different literary prizes aimed at supporting local and regional talent. Now in its ninth year, the Emirates LitFest Writing Prize has spotlighted unpublished novelists living in the United Arab Emirates,Read More →

The personal information of more than a quarter of a million licensed professionals may have been exposed in a breach of a Washington State Licensing Department database, agency officials said Friday. The agency, which licenses around 40 categories of businesses and professionals – ranging from auctioneers and private investigators toRead More →

Application number: LOCAL002319Job Category: Program Development About the project Prosper Cashew is a five-year, $26 million project funded by the United States Department of Agriculture under the Food for Progress program that aims to catalyze investments for the cashew processing sector in East Africa. Where is. Over the next fiveRead More →

If there’s one thing the neighbors were counting on, it was spotting Robert Raymond Planthold at 16th and Church Streets. Routinely, for decades, Planthold faithfully waited for the J-train to ferry him to his last town or activism, his distinct neon-yellow “Canadian” crutches under his arms. “He represented a kindRead More →