Day: July 19, 2022


Methuen to host informational meetings on new trash service

Jul. 18—METHUEN — City officials will hold four information sessions to discuss the implementation of the city’s new trash and recycling program slated to take effect on Oct. 3. Here is the schedule: Tuesday, July 26, at 6 p.m. at MAN Inc., 141 Tenney St.; Wednesday, Aug. 3, at 10 a.m. at Mann Orchards, 27 […]

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US News

Towering waves in Hawaii crash into homes, barrel through wedding venue | Hawaii

Towering waves on Hawaii’s south shores crashed into houses and businesses, spilled across highways and upended weddings over the weekend. The large waves, some more than 20ft (6m) high, came from a combination of a strong south swell that peaked Saturday evening, particularly high tides and rising sea levels associated with climate change, the National […]

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Indiana Attorney General Rokita could face lawsuit over abortion doctor comment : NPR

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita was sent a “cease and desist” letter last week asking him to stop making what an attorney for Indiana abortion provider Dr. Caitlin Bernard describes as defamatory statements. Rokita’s office responded that “no false or misleading statements have been made.” Darron Cummings/AP hide caption toggle caption Darron Cummings/AP Indiana Attorney […]

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Latest Technology

Apple joins fellow tech giants in putting a lid on hiring

By Mark Gurman and Nick Turner | Bloomberg Apple Inc. is the latest major technology company to rein in hiring and spending plans, adding to the evidence that even Silicon Valley stalwarts are worried about a recession in the coming months. The iPhone maker is looking to limit expenditures and job growth at some of […]

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Web Technology

northern schools switch to Musk’s internet technology

New satellite dishes are Frontier School Division’s solution to the digital divide in rural and remote classrooms across northern Manitoba — a long-standing issue that became even more dire at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. One year ago, the division, which oversees the education of roughly 6,700 students — many of whom live in […]

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