Monthly Archives: June 2017

Drone Shows ‘Glory Hole’ Spillway at Lake Berryessa Overflowing

The Morning Glory Spillway, called the “Glory Hole” by locals, spilled over for the first time in 10 years this week. The overflow is a result of a month Source: Drone Shows ‘Glory Hole’ Spillway at Lake Berryessa Overflowing Advertisements

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Meet the Tech Founders Connecting You to Pharmacies That Deliver

After co-founder Halston Prox watched his busy dad struggle to find the time to pick up his blood pressure medicine from the pharmacy, he decided to join the latest wave of on-demand delivery services and co-founded Heal Now. HealNow is an … Continue reading

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Former NBA Player Marcus Camby Sued Over Nephew’s Death — News One

Former NBA player Marcus Camby has been hit with a lawsuit over the death of his 9-year-old autistic nephew who drowned at a pond at Camby’s Houston estate last Thanksgiving, reports ESPN. Former NBA star Marcus Camby sued over nephew’s … Continue reading

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OST Community Partnership

Dr. Teddy McDavid would like to invite you to attend the monthly meetings of the O.S.T. Community Partnership held in the historic Palm Center in Houston, TX. OST Partnership June 26 flyer Drive 288 Job Fair Flyer JUNE  

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Black Kids Are 10 Times More Likely Than White Kids to Die From Guns, Study Says — TIME

Guns kill about 10 times more black children than they do white children each year, according to a new analysis. The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report, published in the journal Pediatrics, analyzed the number of gun-related homicides, … Continue reading

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Little Known Black History Fact: Duluth Lynchings — Black America Web

Like many cities outside of the Deep South, Duluth, Minnesota was a haven for Blacks looking for better opportunities. However, three Black men who were making their way in Duluth were lynched in 1920 after they were falsely accused of … Continue reading

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Becoming a High Performing City

Equipt To Innovate: Becoming A High Performing City, A Benchmark Study 2017 submitted by: Carroll G. Robinson Equipt_Paper  

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