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New South Suburban Regional Black Chamber filling a unique void

"We felt the timing was right, because there was a vacuum in the area, said Cornell Darden, the President and CEO of the newly formed South Suburban Region Black Chamber of Commerce. "We've always believed whole heartedly that business is a means to solve social issues and that a black chamber of co...

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Italian Teen Released After Killing Abusive Father

BBC News:- Prosecutors in Italy have released from house arrest a 19-year-old who killed her violent father at their home north of Rome. Deborah Sciacquatori acted in self-defence in an episode of domestic abuse, the local prosecutor decided. Initially accused of manslaughter, she now faces the less...

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Creepy Porn Lawyer Faces New Charges

The following article, Creepy Porn Lawyer Faces New Charges, was first published on The Black Sphere. Disgraced is an understatement when referring to Michael Avenatti. Federal prosecutors in New York say Avenatti stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from Stormy Daniels. In fact, Avenatti doctored...

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Escapee Opens Fire On Guyana Cops

Guyana Chronicle:- Police ranks on the Essequibo Coast came under fire from wanted man, Leon Price, in the backlands of Onderneeming Sandpit area today after the escaped prisoner was spotted in the area. The man,who had escaped from police custody on March 7, 2018, opened fire on the ranks who went...

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Extending patient stays good for health, or hospitals’ pocketbooks?

NDG’s View Texas Rep. Toni Rose (D-110) filed a bill (HB 3549) on March 6 which, if passed, would have allowed hospitals to keep patients longer than the current guidelines allow under the “Star-Plus” Medicaid program. Currently, there is a 30-day “spell of illness” limitation, after which a patient...

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Saint Lucia Carnival To Launch Saturday

Press Release:– With the Caribbean being a primary source market, the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA) has chosen to launch the Saint Lucia Summer Festival Campaign at The Residence in Trinidad and Tobago. The campaign will thereafter continue in other Caribbean islands with the aim of inc...

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Mayor Defends Enforcement Of Laws Against Petty Crime

Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has defended a crackdown by City Police against petty crime, declaring  petty crimes lead to bigger ones. He told the MBC Television programme Police Insight on Monday night that people believe that he as Mayor came into office and implemented certain laws. The City...

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NDG endorses Carolyn King Arnold for re-election

NDG’s View  2018 locally, as well as nationally, saw a progressive movement in the sweep through the midterm elections. The voting public is not happy with what is happening in Washington, DC, Austin or Dallas City Hall and demanded change in several elections. However, there is a place for ex...

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Sidewalk, curb repairs in Plainfield

Nearly $3 million in spending approved by the Plainfield Village Board this week means residents in the community will see plenty of construction trucks in their neighborhood. The board approved spending up to $2,974,332.73 to allow the contractor to complete asphalt resurfacing within the Whisperi...

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With paid parental leave, it’s a new day in DeSoto and in Texas

By: Candice Quarles, Councilmember, DeSoto, TX, NDG Special Contributor It gives me such great pride to say that as of last month, DeSoto is the first city in North Texas to guarantee paid parental leave for city employees. It was a long road to get here. When I first brought this matter to the city...