Edmonds Chamber Offers Grant to Plum Tree Plaza Fire Victim

From left to right: Greg Urban (Edmonds House), Janelle Cass (House Council Member), Yusuf Hansia (House Foundation Council Member), Erica Sugg (Edmonds House), Anne Penny (Council Member) of the House Foundation), Bufeng Gao (holding the check – Qin – owner), Ralph Sanders (member of the chamber council), Yanlin Li (Qin), …

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Council hears carriers talk about recycling – KIWARadio.com

Sheldon, Iowa – Much of Wednesday’s Sheldon City Council was devoted to a conversation about the city’s garbage haulers suggesting that the city temporarily remove the large recycling container from the community service center parking lot. in order to allow residents to get used to using residential collection of recyclable …

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Senator Velis testifies in favor of the recycling bill

WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – State Senator John Velis of Westfield on Tuesday evening expressed his support for a new measure to encourage residents to recycle small ‘nip’ bottles. In his testimony, Velis referred to the late Jack Coughlin, a native of Agawam who was well known for his efforts to …

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Residents detail systemic issues at Fox Point Manor

Fox Point Manor, a social housing apartment complex located at 575 Wickenden Street, is known to some residents as “Purgatory Palace” and “Fox Point Penitentiary”. One resident unequivocally described living there: “Never in my life have I experienced as badly as this one. The Herald spoke to four residents of …

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New photos of dog bone-shaped asteroid reveal it’s really weird

The most detailed telescope photographs to date of the asteroid Kleopatra – named after the ancient Egyptian queen – clearly show its odd “dog bone” shape, and astronomers say their studies may provide clues as to the solar system. The latest observations of the asteroid, more than 125 million kilometers …

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