Jill On Money: A closer look at Robinhood's public debut

Robinhood’s recent initial public offering (IPO) has put the online trading platform back in the limelight. The company, launched in 2013, is an app that allows users to trade individual stocks, Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), crypto assets, or options without paying a transaction fee. For years, investors paid up when...
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SI-BONE, Inc. (NASDAQ:SIBN) Receives Average Rating of “Buy” from Analysts

SI-BONE, Inc. (NASDAQ:SIBN) has received an average recommendation of “Buy” from the nine analysts that are currently covering the stock, Marketbeat.com reports. One research analyst has rated the stock with a hold recommendation and six have given a buy recommendation to the company. The average 12-month target price among analysts that have covered the stock in the last year is $39.71.
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Dana Loesch says CNN 'invested' in Cuomo's success

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Middletown, CTarcamax.com

The God Squad: Catholic girls ask a rabbi about God

I am taking some time from my summer Psalms study book to go back to another God Squad book in formation. The teacher of the theology class for juniors at Mercy High School in Middletown, Connecticut, loves the God Squad and every year she asks her class of Catholic girls to write me a question about God that is important to them. Here, and in the next couple of weeks, are this year's questions. I apologize for being a bit late, but I was into the Psalms. I love the depth and variety of the questions and I believe that if high school kids are still deeply and personally interested in God and with the questions produced by faith, then certainly the world is safe. (Warning: I am a very easy grader)
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Daily Press

York County School Board votes to make masks optional for students and staff; Hampton schools requiring them

Masks will be optional for students and staff in York County schools in the coming year, and required in Hampton schools, both boards decided Wednesday night. Last month, a statewide emergency order requiring masks in schools was not extended, so the decision is up to local school boards. The state has recommended schools require students and staff wear masks indoors at elementary schools. For ...
Ouray, COouraynews.com


Four local businesses are purchasing the Ouray Chalet Inn to use it for workforce housing, with plans to rent long-term to their own employees and other businesses. San Juan Mountain Guides, Ouray Grocery, Ridgway Mountain Market and Twin Peaks Lodge and Hot Springs formed Chalet Partners, LLC, in July to purchase the Main Street property, they announced last week. They’re working with Citizens…
Real Estateanytimerealty.com

44 Wilcox Street

**Can be bought together with 45 Wilcox St. N.B. (MLS#170425194)This is a well maintained 3 family house. Great opportunity for owner-occupant or investor. Centrally located near downtown New Britain. All units in great condition. 1st floor unit has 3 bedrooms, washer and dryer hookup and dishwasher, 2nd and 3rd units with 2 specious bedrooms. Fully occupied. All units have long term tenants! Rents below market value!! This building has plenty of off street parking and large backyard and a deck. Shed included. Security cameras. Central fire alarm system. Separate meter and utilities! Separate owner's meter. *Pictures of 1st and 2nd floor. Taken before tenants moved in.


For months the Crow-Luther Cultural Events Center (CLCEC) board and volunteers had been making plans for an exciting return of the annual street festival in Eads known as the Maine Street Bash after last year’s cancellation of the event due to COVID mandates. It looked as if many people were anticipating the festival’s return, as well, as the stage was scheduled to be full all day with impressive local, and not-so-local performers, many vendors had signed up to take part and the KidZone was shaping up to be one of the biggest ever developed.
Oakland, CAfuncheap.com

Lake Merritt “Paint & Sip” Party (Oakland)

Lake Merritt “Paint & Sip” Party (Oakland) Come join us Saturday at Lake Merritt as we create art in a beautiful outdoor setting. This event is located at the Lake Merritt columns with easy access to endless food & drink vendors. *Each attendee will receive 1 drink, 1 canvas &...
Watertown, NYnny360.com

Watertown Planning Board approves Arsenal Street car wash

WATERTOWN — A Pittsford company got the go-ahead Tuesday to open a car wash at the location of the former DealMaker Auto Group Honda dealership at 1068 Arsenal St. The city’s Planning Board on Tuesday approved site plans for a 4,553-square-foot building that would house the car wash. Demolition of...
Presidential Electionvozwire.com

Mary Trump reverses one of her predictions about her uncle

Mary Trump has changed her prediction about her uncle, Donald Trump, running for president again in 2024. One of Trump’s most outspoken critics, his niece, has expressed skepticism about a comeback bid. But, as she told MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell on Tuesday, two things now point to a possible run. “I...

9900 Golf Course Drive

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Crown Point, INNWI.com

'Eatertainment' restaurant looking to move into Registry location

CROWN POINT — A new, family friendly restaurant is looking to move into the current location of The Registry at 15 N. Court St. The "eatertainment" venue, which will offer Italian fare and sport simulators, announced plans to move into the bar's present location during the Monday Crown Point City Council meeting.
Missouri StateTexarkana Gazette

Texarkana man delivers commencement address at Missouri S&T

ROLLA, Mo. — John Warmack of Texarkana, Arkansas, spoke to graduates of Missouri University of Science and Technology Saturday during a special summer commencement ceremony. His primary message was that commencement is not a celebration of the end of a college education, but a celebration of the beginning of life after college.
Asbury Park, NJthecoaster.net

New Law Office Opens on Asbury Park’s Springwood Avenue

At the opening of a new law office in Asbury Park were (from left) Mayor John Moor, Geraldine Alencewicz (legal secretary), Stephanie Godfrey (legal secretary), Carlyn McMahon (paralegal), Adam Jon Weisberg, Esq., Richard “Rick” Klauber, Esq., Councilwoman Yvonne Clayton, Chamber Executive Director Sylvia Sylvia, and the Chamber Assistant Executive Director, Matthew Whelan.