Monthly Archives: April 2021

George on Georgia – Federal Indictment Halts Rising Star of Progressive Politics – Decaturish

[adsanity align=’aligncenter’ id=52694] Atlanta, Georgia – A federal grand jury has handed over an indictment against Atlanta City Councilor Antonio Brown, accusing him of several counts of bank fraud on Wednesday. The accusations come as Brown’s profile had risen in Atlanta politics. Brown allegedly “took loans and made credit card …

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Government funding and tax deductions for photographers in 2021

For photographers around the world, the wedding and portrait season of 2020 embodied expectations that did not correspond to reality. Between COVID-19, major elections, and all manner of social and political events, the photography season just hasn’t gone as planned. Fortunately, there are a few government relief programs, tax incentives, …

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Slippages could increase for banks, recoveries accelerate in March quarter

Mumbai: While Indian lenders are expected to experience bigger slippages than expected in the March quarter, now that the Supreme Court has lifted the suspension of bad debt classification, banks can now continue their recovery plans and improve recoveries. Banks hoped the undeclared moratorium would be lifted as any further …

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Nick Sirianni wants his Philadelphia Eagles offense to be ‘multiple’

PHILADELPHIA – Nick Sirianni has spent his coaching career directing other people’s offenses. For the past three seasons he has been Frank Reich’s offensive coordinator with the Colts. Prior to that, he worked under Anthony Lynn, Ken Whisenhunt, Mike McCoy and Reich, among others, with the Chargers. By taking over …

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Congress close to deal on stimulus, business loans and unemployment

After about eight months of stalemate, Democrats and Republicans in Congress are set to strike a deal on more COVID-19 stimulus checks, small business loans and UI aid. Final details of the relief plan are being negotiated ahead of the government funding deadline of midnight Friday, but negotiators shared the …

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A new Celtic signing is set to be on loan next season even before he arrives

There was something odd about Celtic’s move to Liam Shaw before they appointed their new manager, so they just have to think he was too good to pass up. His start has not gone very well at Sheffield, but there is a lot of promise in his game, and one …

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Home Depot Co-Founders Create Mental Health Network for Veterans

The founders of Home deposit each make a huge investment to help veterans and first responders with post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank have each committed $ 20 million to create 20 mental health centers across the country. GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING …

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Democrats Seek To Forgive Student Loans, But For How Much?

As Congressional Democrats release plans to cancel federal student loans, President Joe Biden signals he’s supportive, but how far remains a question. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, alongside progressive Democratic members of the House and Senate, held a press conference Thursday urging Biden to write off up to $ 50,000 …

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Survey created to help businesses in the region affected by COVID-19

It’s no secret that thousands of businesses in Geauga County, large and small, are feeling the effects of COVID-19, some of them even going to extinction. It’s no secret that thousands of businesses in Geauga County, large and small, are feeling the effects of COVID-19, some of them even going …

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KISS brings another farewell tour to Quicken Loans Arena

CLEVELAND, Ohio – In 2014, shortly thereafter TO KISS had been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Gene Simmons was in a pensive mood – or as pensive as Simmons is. “We are a group of people who came from New York and were absolutely unqualified,” Simmons …

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