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Thomas Jefferson Superstar. He shines in all media. We know him from biographies as a teenage carrot top student at the College of William & Mary but finding time to dance and play the violin. In 1969, we see him on Broadway in “1776”, a musical in Philadelphia as he …

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RBI asks lenders to repay interest on interest to all borrowers for 6 month moratorium period

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has asked all banks and non-banks to repay interest on interest to all borrowers for the six-month moratorium period that ended on August 31, 2020. The central bank also clarified that the classification of assets in borrower accounts by all credit institutions following the …

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Virginia governor wants to speed up legalization of marijuana

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Adults in Virginia could legally own and grow small amounts of marijuana starting in July, about three years earlier than originally planned, under changes the governor proposed on Wednesday to legislation passed over early this year. “Our Commonwealth is committed to legalizing marijuana fairly,” Democratic Governor …

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Manchester City ready to make Lionel Messi offer, Lucas Torreira wants out at Arsenal – Paper Round

City ready to move Messi Spanish newspaper Marca reports that Manchester City are not yet ready to make an offer for Lionel Messi but are preparing the numbers if he were to make it known he was leaving Barcelona. They will face competition from Paris Saint-Germain for his signing, but …

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How Student Loan Debt Affects Retirement Savings

A new study examining the implications of student debt on overall financial security and retirement readiness finds both positive developments and ongoing red flags. In “Student loan debt: who has it and how much?“The Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) reports that the percentage of American families with student loan debt …

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Massachusetts Weather: Mixture of Rain and Snow Expected Monday

Another winter storm is heading towards Massachusetts in the coming days, although its impact will be minimal. Here’s where and when to expect snow. How much will we have? Snowfall can be mixed with rain, with precipitation expected to turn to rain later on Monday. In an expected snowfall map …

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Pending home sales fell 10.6% in February. here’s why

Talk to someone looking to buy a home today, and you’ll likely spot a similar pattern – there just isn’t enough inventory. In fact, this explains why pending home sales fell 10.6% in February compared to January, according to the National Association of Realtors. Not only has there been a …

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Guest poet Jae Nichelle engages virtual audience

Photo of Emily Melvin On the evening of Thursday, February 11, the College Programming Board hosted poet and spoken word artist Jae Nichelle for a virtual performance. Nichelle is a stimulating young artist from Atlanta, Georgia. which focuses on the strength, struggle and beauty of being a black woman. Nichelle …

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Videos show Rochester officers spraying pepper on 9-year-old

ROCHESTER, NY (AP) – Rochester Police on Sunday released two body camera videos of officers restraining a distraught 9-year-old girl who was handcuffed and sprayed with what police called an “irritant” chemical. The Democrat and the Chronicle reported that before the videos were released, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren expressed concern …

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5 incentives from the Muni market to “build back better”

With Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, a former mayor, leading the charge to deliver on President Biden’s campaign pledge to “build back better,” state and local officials dare to hope that massive new federal infrastructure program pay for improvements to roads and bridges, transit lines, municipal and school buildings, water and …

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