Month: June 2021

Plymouth County DA returns money seized in drug crimes to community

[ad_1] BROCKTON – Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz has donated $ 32,000 to eight community groups as part of a program to reinvest money seized from drug crimes. Cruz’s office annually hands over some of the money seized from drug raids and similar operations to groups typically focused on drug education, rehabilitation, and drug […]

The CRP launches an awareness campaign to mobilize communities in favor of immunization

[ad_1] PESHAWAR, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – June 30, 2021): Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has launched its awareness campaign to mobilize communities for COVID vaccination. As part of the campaign, the PRCS began awareness sessions, establishing COVID-19 vaccination points in different districts of the province in addition to initiating the distribution […]

Rutledge lawsuit broadened to bolster abuse of authority allegations

[ad_1] Plaintiffs suing Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge for claiming she abused her authority – and illegally spent taxpayer dollars to do so – to advance her own political ambitions have broadened their legal action against the Republican of Batesville to exceed a court-ordered deadline that would have seen most cases dismissed. Pulaski County Circuit […]

Quidel Corporation’s public service campaign to educate summer camps about the dangers of Lyme disease

[ad_1] SAN DIEGO, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The opening of summer camps for the first time in two years is good news for children across America. Unfortunately, this is also good news for deer ticks, which now have a whole new population to attack and potentially spread infectious Lyme disease. To help camp directors […]

ACCO’s Pride Day Campaign Urges People to Rethink What It Means To Accept & Support, Marketing & Advertising News, AND BrandEquity

[ad_1] The ACKO insurance platform launched a Pride Day digital marketing campaign, celebrated to commemorate the inaugural Pride March. The film communicates a message, that while we have come a long way in recognizing the LGBTQ + (Pride) community, it doesn’t necessarily equate to true acceptance, we still have to work on it and make […]

GOP candidate for governor John Cox says California should force homeless people to undergo treatment before providing housing

[ad_1] John Cox, a Republican candidate for governor of California, said Monday he would force homeless people into mental health or addiction treatment before providing them with housing as part of his efforts to halve homelessness in five years. In his second gubernatorial candidacy, Cox also said he would step up law enforcement against people […]

Social Beat launches #awareness campaign for a clean and healthy environment

[ad_1] Social Beat – an independent digital marketing agency – recently launched a #DoNotBackSlide campaign on World Environment Day to remind us to correct our habits and raise awareness to keep our environment clean and healthy. The idea of ​​the campaign was to encourage a sustainable lifestyle, especially in the context of the ongoing pandemic. […]

Long Island repeat offender accused of harassing worshipers at synagogue

[ad_1] A repeat offender accused of threatening law enforcement officers and members of the Jewish community in New Jersey and Long Island reoffended in Fort Lee, New Jersey, authorities said. Bradley Goldberg, a 47-year-old Nassau County resident, from Cedarhurst, had previously spent a week in Bergen County Jail after Fort Lee police said he pretended […]

What they are and how they work

[ad_1] Migraine is a neurological condition that results in recurring headaches characterized by severe throbbing or throbbing pain. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, approximately 12% of people in the United States suffer from migraine. There are two types of migraine treatment: abortive and preventive. Abortion treatments work to stop a […]

Chatham County Police Chief Apologizes After Scam Warnings

[ad_1] Video above: Your headlines from Thursday Chatham County Police Chief apologizes days after his department sent out several notices warning the public of what officials called a scam. with CCPD went to businesses in the area trying to sell advertising to raise money for drug awareness programs. This man did not represent the department […]

As GSK and Aurinia warm up lupus nephritis category, analyst assesses doctors’ first impressions

[ad_1] The lupus nephritis category is engaged in a very first brand battle: two new drugs in the category with very different profiles and marketing strategies. Benlysta from GlaxoSmithKline, the proven and already approved drug to treat systemic lupus, got its indication for lupus nephritis in December, while the new Aurinia got its first-ever drug […]

CCFC goes fairplay and launches radical new campaign to protect children online

[ad_1] BOSTON, June 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC), the leading watchdog for the children’s media and marketing industries in the country, announced that it is renaming Fairplay. The announcement comes as the organization prepares to launch a major campaign for new regulations to protect American children online, […]

Bolivians campaign in London for awareness after contested 2019 election

[ad_1] A new campaign has been launched to educate the public on Bolivia’s recent history and demand justice following the contested 2019 elections in the country. Wiphalas Across the World is a campaign group organized by Bolivians living in the UK who want more people to know about the violent consequences of the November 2019 […]

Californians must look for work to qualify for unemployment assistance

[ad_1] item CANOGA PARK, CA – MAY 14: Brenda Bermudez came to seek information on her unemployment claim but found the California State Employment Development Department closed on Thursday, May 14, 2020 in Canoga Park, CA. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles SACRAMENTO, California. – California will stop paying unemployment benefits to people who […]

Pentagon chief: army has already launched “beyond the horizon” operations in Afghanistan

[ad_1] US military has already started conducting so-called “over-the-horizon” operations as it withdraws from Afghanistan, defense secretary says Lloyd AustinLloyd AustinSchumer to Break GOP Blockade on Biden’s State Choices Overnight Defense & National Security – Presented by General AM – Afghan evacuation still frustrates diplomats express “frustration” at Blinken at Havana syndrome: PLUS report said […]

COVID has hit an LA Black-owned business, but a bike store has sprouted

In April 2020, during the first days of the pandemic shutdown, Kellie Hart found herself anxious to get out of the house. A former athlete who played college basketball, she craved activity. A social butterfly, she missed going out with friends and meeting people. To alleviate these desires, she created a bicycle club. Over a […]

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