Sassu, 17, had taken two CPR classes and quickly put it to good use, according to the Middletown Press. Sassu was honored for his efforts in the Jan. 22 incident at last week's Board of Education and received a standing ovation, the Press reports. The crossing guard is reportedly doing well. … [Read more...] about Middletown Teen Helps Rescue Injured Crossing Guard
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“We were very surprised to learn that suspects were willing to go into an occupied store where there certainly were other customers around and employees around, and be willing to take the risk to put a skimmer on right there at a self-checkout,” Altman said. “The BCA was … actually asked to take over the cases because they do have a financial crimes task force and a financial crimes special agent that was ready and willing to take on these cases and really go after the suspects.” … [Read more...] about Credit Card Skimmers Found On Metro Grocery Store Self-Checkout Registers
"The IWC program provides minimum level security inmates the opportunity to learn about natural resources; fire suppression and emergency response activities," she said in a statement. "After participating, inmates receive certifications and work experience that gives them real opportunities to succeed when they return to our communities." … [Read more...] about Two former inmates helped fight forest fires while in prison. Now they’ve started their own forestry business
At Pour Bistro in Atlanta, Ossoff was introduced by a supporter as “the Ayatollah of the Sixth District,” and he appeared to hold back a grimace. “Hopefully that won’t become a famous moment,” he told the crowd, which laughed in response — perhaps not quite as worried about that as Ossoff is. He wove through his stump speech, which I heard over and over again as I followed him throughout the district to well-attended house parties where supporters sipped beer and La Croix: born in North DeKalb County, by the Northlake Mall; went to Georgetown; learned on Capitol Hill how D.C. both works and doesn’t work. He hadn’t thought he’d get back into politics — that is, “until November,” a line that sometimes draws laughs and other times sober silence. “What we learned in November, I think more important than our views about any candidate or any party, is that there’s a real loss of faith in this country in the … [Read more...] about Can Anti-Trump Fury Help a 30-Year-Old Democrat Win Gingrich’s Old Seat?
Social opportunities for The Ivy residents will be to dine at local area restaurants and visit nearby shops in Watertown, Middlebury, and Waterbury. Daily cultural and varied-interests programs, exercise and fitness gatherings, entertainment programs, weekly variety of events and activities are all being planned by the growing on-site management staff. … [Read more...] about The Ivy At Watertown Assisted Living Community To Open March 30