Monthly Archives: May 2022

NCHSAA Honors Nash Central Volleyball for Community Service | high schools

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2 HVT drug suspects were killed during the law enforcement operation in North Cotabato

CAMP SIONGCO, Awang, DOS, Maguindanao – Combined agents from different combat units of the 6th Infantry Division (Kampilan), Philippine National Police (PNP) and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) neutralized two high profile drug suspects Valor (HVT) for allegedly resisting arrest and enlisting as law enforcement officers while conducting a law …

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The Community Peace Market – Buffalo Rising

If there was ever a time for a community peace market, this would be it. As the community tries to recover from the horrific tragedy that has rocked the East Side, dozens of people are coming together in solidarity. These people don’t sit idly by and let a single evil …

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Black Hawk County Law Enforcement Honors Fallen Officers | Waterloo

WATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) — Law enforcement officers from each of Black Hawk County’s 10 departments gathered Tuesday morning to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice. The annual Peace Officers Memorial Service in Waterloo honors the 14 local officers who have died in uniform, all since 1902. Each was honored …

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Community leaders gather in San Francisco to demand action after Buffalo shooting – NBC Bay Area

Religious, political and community leaders in San Francisco gathered Monday to demand action following the deadly shooting in Buffalo, New York. “It’s wrong, it’s un-American and it has no right to exist,” said Reverend Amos Brown of San Francisco’s Third Baptist Church, condemning the hate and rallying community leaders from …

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Video: Biden marks national event for fallen law enforcement officers

By Matthew Medger Source Boston Herald President Biden started his Sunday afternoon doing exactly what Norwood Police Chief William Brooks hopes most people will do each year with the coming of National Peace Officers Memorial Day. “I think people, who think politically about the role the police can play, on …

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Members of the Rochester community react to the Buffalo shooting

ROCHESTER, NY – After the mass shooting at a Tops supermarket in Buffalo on Saturday, people across the state are rallying to help. One such person is Clay Harris, the founder and president of Uniting and Healing Through Hope of Monroe County. He spent the weekend grilling ribs and chicken …

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Speeding in Ottawa: Police launch enforcement program

Ottawa police say a motorcycle driver is facing various charges following a traffic enforcement blitz on Friday night. The police department this week brought back its “Project Noisemaker” enforcement program to crack down on speeding and stunts, as well as excessively loud vehicles. On Saturday morning, police said officers stationed …

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Summer Events Heat Up in St. Tammany Parish | St. Tammany Community News

Louisiana talent Greg Barnhill, the Emmy-winning and multiple Grammy-nominated songwriter and musician, recently received the “Native Son” award at St. Tammany’s 15th Annual President’s Arts Award, will be a featured presenter June 2 at an Ozone Music Education Foundation Program presented by Ochsner. This free program from the Ochsner Lifelong …

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Public safety, code enforcement, infrastructure top Evans budget | News

Multiple investments to improve public safety, strengthen code enforcement and expand the city’s nascent no-one-in-crisis team were priority items in a proposed city budget unveiled Friday by Mayor Malik Evans. The $627 million spending plan represents a $55 million increase over the previous year, a figure that may seem astronomical …

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Gunfire and machete blows in Ondo community as party supporters clash

There were sounds of gunfire and an uproar in Idanre on Wednesday night as supporters of Ondo State Assembly hopefuls clashed. Ondo State Police told PREMIUM TIMES no lives were lost in the shooting as officers were able to contain the conflict. Witnesses reported that many people were injured in …

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Do unemployed people have access to payday loans?

Have you had financial difficulties due to unanticipated spending during this pandemic?  Obtaining a loan from Wisconsin may appear complicated, but it is not. There are various options for getting emergency payday loans for unemployed folks. Payday Loans: What Are They? A salary loan, payday advance, or postponed presentment are …

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Tehama County Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony Honors Fallen Law Enforcement Officers – Red Bluff Daily News

RED BLUFF – Tehama County’s various law enforcement agencies gathered at High Point Assembly Wednesday night to honor their fallen brethren at the 28th Annual Tehama County Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony. The evening’s keynote speaker was Linda Mobilio, widow of Red Bluff Police Officer David Mobilio. She spoke about the …

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PCRC partners with police to tackle insecurity in Ogun community

Deborah Dan-Awoh Posted May 13, 2022 The Police Community Relations Committee in conjunction with the Ogun State Police Command on Thursday launched security projects to tackle insecurity in the Warewa area of ​​the state. The projects that were launched during the security summit include a police security tower, the PCRC …

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Louis Harry Estay listed in the National Law Enforcement Memorial – L’Observateur

LULING – Sheriff Greg Champagne is honored to announce that fallen St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office Deputy Louis Harry Estay will be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in May 2023 . Recently, Sheriff Greg Champagne was contacted by family members of Louis Harry Estay informing him that …

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Georgians Can Donate to Law Enforcement and Foster Care Programs for Tax Credits | News

ATLANTA — In 2023, Georgia taxpayers can begin receiving significant tax credits for donations to law enforcement and foster care programs. Signed by Governor Brian Kemp on May 9, the LESS Crime Act (SB 361) would allow the public and businesses to donate to their local law enforcement agency for …

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Announcement of the Executive Director and Sales Manager for the luxurious new senior community

Cardinal Ventures, Inc. is building the 86,000 square foot assisted living and memory care community with 97 units, bringing 65 full-time equivalent jobs to the area. The spacious Assisted Living apartments are designed for the ultimate living experience for residents and their guests. Designed to allow residents to live their …

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Former Thurston County deputy receives state’s highest honor after being stabbed to save woman

By The Staff of The Chronicle Former Thurston County Deputy Andrea Moore was honored at the Washington State Medal of Honor and Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony on May 6 after surviving a stab wound while presumably saving a woman from being sexually assaulted in 2021. Moore was awarded the Law …

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Community libraries create ‘ripple effect’ in Nagaland | MorungExpress

Children reading at the Enhulumi Community Library News Morung ExpressKigwama | May 8 A sort of ripple effect of community libraries is currently underway in Nagaland. One such example is the Enhulumi Community Library which was launched in February this year on the initiative and in collaboration with the Kigwema …

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May is Law Enforcement Appreciation Month

In 1962, President Kennedy designated May 15 as National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day. And soon after, the month of May was designated as Law Enforcement Appreciation Month. National Peace Officers Day honors law enforcement officers who have given the ultimate prize, their lives. In 2021, 632 officers died in the …

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The 19th Annual Community Prayer Walk 2022 will be held in Solomon on Saturday, May 7, 2022 – Southern Maryland News Net

The 2022 Community Prayer Walk will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 7, 2022 at the Solomons Pavilion. Fellowship, praise and worship at the pavilion will be followed by an island walk to pray at designated prayer stops, including at the foot of the Thomas Johnson Bridge. This annual …

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W/ African bishops call for lasting peace and justice

Bishops of RECOWA speaking to reporters in Abuja By Bridget Ikyado/Angela Atabo Bishops in the West African sub-region have warned political and other leaders against the thirst for acquiring wealth. This is contained in a statement released after the 4th General Assembly of the Meeting of Episcopal Conferences of West …

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Yell County Sheriff’s Department Announces Annual Law Enforcement Memorial to Be Held Wednesday, May 11 | life in the valley

The Yell County Sheriff’s Department will hold its annual Law Enforcement Memorial on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at the Yell County Law Enforcement Memorial in front of the Law Enforcement Center from Yell County to Danville, and the event is open to the public. This event will …

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Foundation honors mom while covering the community with care | Local News

Sara Jane Tinstman provided a foundation of love and care for her family. Her husband, five children and 12 grandchildren carry on this legacy by doing the same for the community. Even as she battled progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), a rare neurodegenerative brain disease, Tinstman thought of her family — …

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The wickedness of law enforcement

This opinion column was submitted by Sigal Chattah, a Republican candidate for Nevada Attorney General. His campaign website is chattah4nevada.com. A memory etched in the minds of Americans that will never be forgotten are these images of police officers and NYPD first responders on that tragic day of September 11, …

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Mothers in Charge mobilizes for peace in the community | Local News

Michelle Kerr-Spry joined other local mothers in calling for peace on the streets after losing her son to gun violence in 2005. “Let me paint a picture for you,” she said at a Thursday afternoon rally organized by Mothers in Charge. “Too many mothers can’t even say goodbye to their …

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Law enforcement tries to curb the violence in Beaumont

The Beaumont Police Department and Crime Stoppers are tired of seeing this violent crime and say to curb the violence we all need to step up. BEAUMONT, Texas – Communities in Southeast Texas are calling for an end to the violence in the area and want to bring peace to …

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Stop to smell the roses | Herald Community Newspapers

On April 27, Donna Salerno, 46, a reiki master, mindfulness educator and psychic, visited the Baldwin Public Library with a dozen flowers to teach the Baldwin community about the importance of meditation and healing. relaxation through flower meditation. Teaching a nearly full class, she discussed the importance of healing yourself …

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Five Accused – Regina Police Service

The Regina Police Department’s Street Gang Unit cracked down late last week as part of a two-month investigation into drug trafficking and possession of firearms. On Friday, April 29, 2022, the Street Gang Unit (SGU), with assistance from Regina Drug Unit (RDU), Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) and Canine, located …

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End of state hospital funding could affect every community in the state – Daily Montanan

Last month, the Center for Health Insurance and Medical help Services shipped a letterr for Montana State Hospital in Heat springs announcing the Termination of their vendor deal due for the failure of the hospital for to meet health and security standards, a fter madr the patients is dead in …

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Marine Corps Law Enforcement (Blount Island, FL) Jobs – Marine Corps Law Enforcement Program, FL

Age: * minimum age 18 with no maximum age Education: This position has no education requirement. Experience: Experience: 1 year of law enforcement or security experience preferred *** MCSF Blount Island is just 20 minutes south of Jacksonville, FL. You will enjoy the ocean view while working. This place requires …

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PVA pledges to stop underdevelopment in Delta community – The Sun Nigeria

Since Paul OsuyiAsaba For To accelerate the development of Ubulu-Unor, an agrarian community in Aniocha South Local Government Area in Delta State, the Progressive Vanguard Association (PVA) was inaugurated. Members of the elite group are drawn from accomplished professionals in various fields who are native to the community. In addition …

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