Dishonest trader leaves family garden in Ellesmere Port

A family garden has been left in shambles after a dishonest trader took off with £ 2,000 and left the job unfinished. Jade Stenhouse, of Little Sutton, near Ellesmere Port, had booked work with a local trader in March after he was recommended to her on a community Facebook group. …

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Adidas invests in Finnish textile recycling company Spinnova

German sportswear company Adidas (ADSGn.DE), which seeks to increase the proportion of sustainable materials it uses in its products, is investing in Finnish Spinnova, a company that makes textile fibers from wood or of agricultural waste. Adidas has agreed to subscribe for 3 million euros ($ 3.65 million) of shares …

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New Haven Council Focuses on Street Paving

NEW HAVEN – Residents of the city of New Haven will soon see improved streets, after council members voted in favor of a project at their last meeting. In attendance were Mayor Phil Serevicz, Secretary Becky Benson and Council Members Steve Carpenter, Stephen Ohlinger, Jr. and Roy Dale Grimm. Absent …

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Bucket Residents Evacuate Camp | Social problems

Two Manchester Houseless Alliance activists cross a makeshift bridge in the heart of the now dispersed Bucket homeless camp on Tuesday. Mark Hayward / Union Leader Almost all of the residents of a homeless settlement off Douglas Street had left on Tuesday morning, the day after a tense standoff between …

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Rubicon Expands Lexington Presence with New Global Headquarters

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ / Press Release) – Rubicon®, a software platform that provides intelligent waste management and recycling solutions to businesses and governments around the world, today announced the opening of a new office space in Lexington, which will now serve as headquarters global social enterprise. The location extends the …

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