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Nevada joins lawsuit against Trump border wall emergency

Joining in filing the lawsuit are the attorneys general of Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey ... For one, the moms-to-be are p... read more

People on the move : Bergeron Land's project manager becomes construction manager

Kripalani has been a member of the CCIM chapter since 2014 and has been actively involved on the Board ... in Broward County, announced Michael Braverman P.A. as the organization’s senior general coun... read more

New CEO Announced For Maritime Aquarium

NORWALK, CT – A businesswoman with extensive professional and charitable involvement in Fairfield County has been announced as the new ... Board member and Vice President of the Cardinal Shehan Center ... read more

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Upcoming calendar

Proceeds from the event will allow the Women’s Fund to help a new generation of women become ... THEATER VOICES: Theater Voices has announced its program for 2018-19, the 31st anniversary season of fr... read more

Dentons Announces US Promotions

More than 50 percent of the new partners are women and ... Trial and Appeal Board. Robin Johnson (Commercial Litigation, Atlanta) advises and represents insurance companies on coverage and bad faith i... read more

White Plains Station Is Getting a $94 Million Renovation

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority noted that construction ... announced that New Rochelle may soon welcome three new residential towers. Wilder-Balter Partners of Elmsford, which is slated to ... read more

UPDATED: AIA pledges to work with Donald Trump, membership recoils

We urge both the incoming Trump Administration and the new Congress to work toward enhancing the design and construction sector ... and progressive professional organization. It is anathema to this ed... read more

A mental hospital's breakdown

(Steve Mellon, Post-Gazette) Ralph Stroyne, a Kilbuck construction ... refused to accept new admissions. By 1926, about 1,038 patients were living at Dixmont. During the Great Depression in the 1930s, ... read more

Best books for curious kids

Winners in each category will be announced at the AAAS ... “I felt a little naked until my new skin hardened.” Colorful illustrations depict P. Mantis in her natural environment—inspired by the author ... read more

Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich leveraged big deals to build university into sports powerhouse only to watch it burn amid charges of excess

Dawn Heinecken, a professor who sits on the athletic association board, says the board learned about the Adidas deal "after it was announced ... of women's and gender studies and art history who playe... read more

From Lisa

On the wall by the entrance of the classroom was a bulletin board covered in colorful construction paper ... But this new method of prevention itself has been stigmatized. Similar to what can happen t... read more

Who was at Stonewall?

"Here I'd thought I was the only one and that I'd just 'spoiled' two other women ... Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, to study art, but he was only there one year. After his father wanted Tommy ... read more

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