Monthly Archives: September 2021

False “active shooter” rumor leads to police investigation 2 times in 2 days at West Genesee HS

Camillus, NY – Rumors of guns inside West Genesee High School led to a police investigation Wednesday night and a big police response Thursday morning, with officers concluding the threat was false, according to the chief from Camillus’ police, Thomas Winn. Officers responded to the high school just before noon Thursday for reports of an […]

Realscreen »Archive» PBS tops docs with 10 News and Documentary Emmys awards

PBS and Netflix paved the way for documentary winners at the 42nd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards on Wednesday, September 29. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded PBS 10 awards at this year’s Emmy Awards, by far the best of any live, cable, satellite or internet broadcaster. Netflix followed with four […]

Havas New York appoints Lindsay Stein responsible for social impact

Maness cited as examples the agency’s work to help Keurig Dr Pepper communicate and navigate the sourcing of sustainable materials, or help its recently disembarked client, commercial real estate giant JLL, “to shape the ‘future of real estate for a better world’. One of the agency’s goals is to help operationalize and empower motivated clients […]

For migrants in Greece, the road to a new life passes through Albania

IEROPIGI – In the early 1990s, tens of thousands of impoverished Albanian migrants waded through the oak woods near the village of Ieropigi, dodging Greek border patrols to seek work in Greece after the collapse of communism in Albania. Thirty years later, the cross-border flow is reversed, but on a much smaller scale. Now it’s […]

New Pennsylvania Lobbying Fairness Report: Short Legislation Leads to Long List of Questions | K&L Gates LLP

Tucked away in an obscure corner of Pennsylvania’s administrative code through Law 70 of 2021 is a brief paragraph that is now causing significant confusion for the Pennsylvania lobbying community. From October 7, 2021 and until July 30 each year, lobbyists and lobbying firms registered with the Commonwealth will be required to report equity interests […]

PE company invests in distributor Summit Hydraulics

OAK BROOK, IL – North Branch Capital announced on September 29 that it has invested in Summit Hydraulics. Based in Phoenix, Summit is a designer and distributor of aftermarket hydraulic kits and components for the agricultural and construction end markets, among others. “Summit has built a high growth e-commerce platform selling custom hydraulic components, kits […]

David Y. Igé | DLNR press release: THE HUNTING OF RARE PLANTS SOMETIMES RESULTS FROM MAJOR SURPRISES

DLNR press release: THE HUNTING OF RARE PLANTS SOMETIMES RESULTS FROM MAJOR SURPRISES Posted on Sep 29, 2021 in Latest News, Press Room (Līhuʻe) – It was last seen on the island of Hawai’i five years ago and was thought to be possibly extinct. A rare and critically endangered fern that grows on ‘ōhi’a and […]

How an 11-foot-tall 3D printer helps build community

Square feet Three-dimensional printing can create almost any object. A partnership in Mexico puts this theory to the test, building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in Tabasco state in southeastern Mexico, an area of ​​the country surrounded by tropical forests where around half of the people […]

Polestar’s Latest LCA Report Shows New Potential For Transparency In Automotive Industry

The Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer sees large differences in CO2e throughout the life of its vehicles, depending on the source of charging energy. While Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer The polar star is not at all at the top of the chain in terms of sales volume, the Chinese-possesses Volvo subsidiary is among the leaders – […]