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A work barge sank in Hyannis Inner Harbor overnight, spilling fuel. What we know.

Cape Cod Times 03 Feb 2023
HYANNIS - Fire crews worked Thursday to contain spilled fuel in Inner Harbor, after a work barge sank to the harbor floor, likely sometime Wednesday night. "They were working yesterday, and it was ...

CAROLINA FOOTBALL: Finding Harbor's home on the roster

The Times & Democrat 03 Feb 2023
Shane Beamer and company have landed their first five-star recruit as a staff in Nyckoles Harbor. Harbor is the number 1 athlete in the country according to On3 ... Coach Wright and Lucas worked hand in hand with Coach Beamer and the rest of the coaching staff to land Harbor.

A homecoming of a hire

Mesabi Daily News 03 Feb 2023
Heikkila holds several top-level “A” water and wastewater licenses, worked in Sauk Rapids, Minn. in wastewater management, in Aurora wastewater and public works positions, and in Two Harbors as superintendent of wastewater treatment ... Two Harbors was a great place to work, but it was three hours of driving.”.

Mouse traps capture interest at Tale or Treasure meeting in Wellsville

Olean Times Herald 03 Feb 2023
TRGHS member and Willing town historian Tina Wightman displayed a button stamped with the famous World War II words “Remember Pearl Harbor.” She said the 1941 button was part of a bag full of buttons collected by her grandmother, Violet Reisman, who went to work at the Worthington factory during World War II.

Harbor Freight to open retail store in Seguin

Seguin Gazette 02 Feb 2023
Harbor Freight, a hardware and tools retailer, plans to move into the center this summer, said Josh Schneuker, Seguin Economic Development Corporation executive director ... Harbor Freight signed a lease and plans to move in sometime around summer 2023 to occupy more than 15,000 square feet of space at the center, Schneuker said.

The Harbor Community Event Center will be hosting the Pampa Event Expo on Sunday, February 19th.

The Pampa News 02 Feb 2023
The Harbor Community Event Center will be hosting the Pampa Event Expo on Sunday, February 19th ... The Harbor hopes this event will show our community that we have everything we need to host events locally ... Vendors will be set up with samples, examples of their work, and ...

'By the Sea,' Then and Now

The East Hampton Star 02 Feb 2023
In February 1999, the exhibition "A Place by the Sea," which celebrated the work and friendship of four African-American artists with strong ties to Sag Harbor, opened at the Rathbone Gallery of Russell Sage College in Albany.  ... in Sag Harbor from Sunday through May 27.

Keri Haskins new Neighbor by Neighbor executive director

Harbor Country News 02 Feb 2023
Neighbor by Neighbor works with other agencies and organizations including the Harbor Country Emergency Food Pantry, the New Buffalo Service League, Harbor Country Mission and Harbor Country Rotary through referrals and partnerships ... Durren was a therapist in Benton Harbor and ...

Two Friday Harbor High School art students selected in national art competition

The San Juan Journal 02 Feb 2023
This is the first year Friday Harbor High School has entered this prestigious national art competition ... The exhibition showcases the work of talented student artists who are members of NAEA’s NAHS/NJAHS programs ... “What an amazing honor for both Larissa and Islay,” said Andrew Anderson, Friday Harbor High School Art Teacher.

Modest Is Maxim for Town's Affordable Project on Pantigo

The East Hampton Star 02 Feb 2023
If approved, it will be the third affordable housing project in the works in the town. A project on Three Mile Harbor Road will yield 50 affordable apartments by 2024; and 50 rental homes are slated for land on Route 114, across from the Sag Harbor Golf Course in the Wainscott School District.

Horoscopes for Feb. 2

The Post and Courier 02 Feb 2023
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) ... Pleasant relationships are important to you, but at times you may be too idealistic, or harbor unrealistic expectations ... Burying the truth never works — it always comes to light ... Do your best to give people the benefit of the doubt, at least initially, and they may work harder to prove themselves and to stay in your good graces ... .

Final George Santos filings deepen confusion about loans, treasurer

Newsday 02 Feb 2023
Ritchie Torres (D-Bronx) asked state and federal regulators to investigate whether Santos during his time working for Harbor City Capital operated as “an unregistered broker who raised funds from unsuspecting investors.”.

Here’s Every Single Lie Told by George Santos

New York Magazine 02 Feb 2023
Later, he told the New York Post that he “didn’t graduate from any institution of higher learning.” He never worked on Wall Street either ... at NYU, and was able to double the revenue on the project he worked on at Goldman. ... Soon after that failed Congressional run, he started working at a Florida investment firm called Harbor City Capital.

Fellow New York congressman calls on the SEC to investigate Santos alleged involvement in Ponzi scheme

Raw Story 01 Feb 2023
Harbor City Capital, the hedge fund where Santos previously worked, is under investigation for securities fraud and swindling more than 100 investors ... A previous report of the Zoom videos of Santos while working for Harbor City was recruiting millionaire investors who could write checks for a minimum of $5 million.

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