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Plumbers Cape Town Service Comparison Website Launched

Cape Town, South Africa – Plumbers Cape has just launched a new comparison website that will help customers find reliable plumbers at reasonable prices. There are a large number of plumbers available to choose from, and hiring the best, licensed professional is a decision that is important for the completion of a job. Different plumbers have varying levels of experience, whether for toilets, leaking pipes, blocked drains, or other plumbing issues. Finding the right person for a specific job is important to make sure that the job is done correctly. With the new Plumbers Cape service, customers…
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Plumbing & Water Management Systems Market Growth Factors, Applications, Regional Analysis …

Plumbing Water Management Systems Market report highlights the significant potential growth along with the business developers, manufactures, production, consumption, revenue, Product Overview and Scope of Plumbing Water Management Systems market. This report provides the Production cost, market share and CAGR (%) Comparison for the year 2013-2025. Plumbing Water Management Systems market competition by top manufacturers/players with volume, revenue (Million USD), Profiles and Sales Data, Manufacturing Base and market share for each manufacturer/player: ABB, Arad Group, Elster Group SE, Gener…
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Cambria Introduces “Cambria Kitchen” for Live Culinary Demos at State Fair

Twin Cities Business is Minnesota’s leading provider of business news, insight, and analysis through daily online news stories, e-newsletters, a monthly print magazine and live events. Along with our readers, we get to know the personalities of our region’s most influential leaders, exploring the “how” behind their success, strategies, and solutions….
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Memphis woman convicted of stealing more than $150k from program that feeds children in need

A woman was convicted of stealing over $162,000 in government funds intended to provide summer meals for children in “economically disadvantaged areas,” according to Shelby County officials.  Jeannette Jives-Nealy, 50, had been on probation for a similar scheme she was convicted for in 2007. According to District Attorney Amy Weirich, Jives-Nealy misappropriated the money between June and July of 2014 while doing business as “Kingdom Dominion Worldwide Ministries, Inc.”  Jives-Nealy was taken into custody and faces a minimum of eight years, either in prison or …
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Formerly Habitat, Fuller Center builds new house in city

After weeks of construction, it’s starting to look like a house on North Magnolia Street. With the newly named Pike County Fuller Center for Housing leading the way, what began as an empty lot is a few steps closer to being a finished house in east McComb. Volunteers came to the site early Saturday and went to work installing drywall throughout the house. “Sure as I’m skinny and bald, we’re getting this ceiling in today,” said Mark Smith, Chairman of the Pike County Fuller Center for Housing. Smith spent Saturday showing volunteers how to mark the panels before installing them. Before construction started this spring, the lot sat vacant for years after the previous home was smashed by a fallen tree during Hurricane Katrina. Then Pike County Habitat for Humanity received the lot in a donation from the previous owner. As much as the project is a chance for the community to come together, it’s a chance to learn how to use your hands. For every time Smith or another board member did something themselves, they spent more time showing others how to do it. With each piece heavy enough to need two people, Tom Catchings, former president of Pike County Fuller Center, used a home-built device to lift the panels up to the ceiling. The wooden crane, winched pieces into place so Smith could anchor them into the frame boards. It isn’t Catchings’ first house to build for someone else. But this is the first time for a house to be built under the moniker of the Fuller Center, which up until July 3 had operated as a local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. “It’s giving back,” Catchings said. “You’re doing something for people in need. … It’s been six or seven years since we completed our last one, but raising funds is difficult in a small town. “It takes a lot of money to build houses. Nothing’s for free.” Much of the home’s funding comes from land the organization sold to Dollar General behind the house, Catchings said. Although some optimistic volunteers see the house coming to life in August, Catchings said home building is the long game once it comes down to the details. “It’s going to be sometime into September or October,” Catchings said. “Things kind of slow down when you get into the finish work. We’ll see, but I’m optimistic.” Inside the home, several boards are already painted with names written on them above the doorway. Bill Goldman’s construction classes at Walthall County Career & Technical Center built the frame at the Tylertown campus. When it finally went on the concrete slab, left their mark on the class project turned into a new home. Janice Quinn, president of the Pike County Fuller Center, said the house is on its way to having a family in it. “The plumbing is halfway done, as much as they can before they put in the drywall,” Quinn said. “The electrical system has been pulled, they’re almost done until they finish the inside. “The air conditioning, the ducts are in but we’re not going to have units inside it until right before the family moves in.” Only weeks after being a bare wooden frame on the concrete slab, every weather-permitting weekend puts the home closer to a finished product. Smith said every nail into the home is a step in the right direction. “It means that this is a day closer to this family being in their home,” Smith said. “That’s what it’s all about, giving a deserving family a chance at home ownership. That’s what the Fuller Center is all about. “You see the light at the end of the tunnel, well I see the light, man. We’re pushing, trying to get there to the end.”
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Memphis woman convicted of stealing more than $150k from program that feeds children in need

A woman was convicted of stealing over $162,000 in government funds intended to provide summer meals for children in “economically disadvantaged areas,” according to Shelby County officials.  Jeannette Jives-Nealy, 50, had been on probation for a similar scheme she was convicted for in 2007. According to District Attorney Amy Weirich, Jives-Nealy misappropriated the money between June and July of 2014 while doing business as “Kingdom Dominion Worldwide Ministries, Inc.”  Jives-Nealy was taken into custody and faces a minimum of eight years, either in prison or …
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 Posted on : July 24, 2018

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