NEIGHBOR NEWS Whats Making Headlines In Tewksbury

first_imgYour Tewksbury Today is Tewksbury’s premiere online hyperlocal news source. Follow YTT on Facebook and Twitter.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNEIGHBOR NEWS: What’s Making Headlines In Tewksbury?In “Community”NEIGHBOR NEWS: What’s Making Headlines In Tewksbury?In “Community”NEIGHBOR NEWS: What’s Making Headlines In Tewksbury?In “Community” TEWKSBURY, MA — Ever wonder what’s making news next door in Tewksbury? Bill Gilman, editor of Your Tewksbury Today, has the answer!Below is a collection of top Tewksbury stories, primarily written by Gilman, that were recently published on his popular website.Top Tewksbury Stories (February 19-February 26):PHOTO GALLERY: Circle Health Tewksbury Open HousePHOTO GALLERY: Chamber of Commerce Welcomes “Fully Promoted” To TewksburyElection 2019: The Ballot Is Set For The Tewksbury Municipal ElectionThese 22 Tewksbury Properties Were Sold In JanuaryAT THE LIBRARY: Tewksbury Library Launches Two New Book GroupsDiane LeBouef Of Competitive Edge Real Estate Recognized By Tewksbury Lionslast_img read more

Coal India videographs strikers reports normal operation

first_imgKolkata: Coal India Ltd (CIL) on Tuesday said operations were normal in all its subsidiaries as one of the central trade unions observed a protest demonstration on Monday against the Centre’s move to allow commercial mining. The four central trade unions — CITU, BMS, HMS and AITUC — had served a joint strike notice on March 14 but subsequently, they withdrew the strike which was scheduled for Monday. CITU was the lone union to head off and called for a protest day against the commercial mining. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights”To ensure no loss to production and off-take Coal India management made elaborate arrangements and a multi-pronged plan was put into action at all mines of CIL,” the miner said in a statement.According to it, all the subsidiary companies of the miner geared up by setting up videography and photography arrangements at mine level to identify the persons taking part in the strike.”The arrangements were so elaborate that the operations in all the subsidiaries of CIL were normal on Monday except for few stray incidents where protesters tried to sit on dharna but it did not succeed and no adverse effect on production related activities was reported anywhere,” the coal behemoth said. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedIn a bid to ward off the strike, Union Minister of Railways and Coal, Piyush Goyal had invited the four trade unions BMS, HMS, AITUC and CITU for a meeting in Mumbai where their apprehensions were sought to be “dispelled in a proper perspective”.Subsequently, the next round of meeting was held with Secretary (Coal) as a result of which the four trade unions agreed to call off the strike in principle, the miner said.In fact, BMS and HMS inked their pact to steer clear-off the strike. Though AITUC did not formalise their consent through signature, nevertheless they agreed to back off.last_img read more

Become a Mobile MoneyMaking Machine

first_img As far as tech gadgets are concerned, it seems like iPhones and BlackBerry’s have all the popularity. But in the world of small-business owners (and consumers), netbook computers, with prices below $500, are increasingly popular.They’re small, affordable and functional–once you get used to the small screens and keyboards. As your company is looking into what technology to invest in, consider issuing a netbook with wireless broadband to every employee who travels.For the last two weeks, I’ve been using hosted applications exclusively, and in some ways, the experience is better than using software. One thing’s for sure: There’s a lot less to backup.The benefit of using a netbook with hosted applications is that the netbook becomes an almost disposal appliance, like a cell phone. If it’s lost or stolen, there’s no worry about data being compromised. As long as the user has access to the internet, they can access all the applications they need online.In some scenarios, using traditional software is a must. For example, try editing or viewing more than a handful of photographs online. It’s too slow.We live in a world still dominated by Microsoft Office applications. So, depending on your employees’ day-to-day work, they might have to use Word, PowerPoint or Excel and save the file to a local hard disk. But having it automatically backed up to a server or using a system such as eGnytewill ensure that everything saved to the local drive is instantly available online and easily shared with their colleagues.It’s very important that you ensure your company can also harness the world of wireless mobility and hosted applications. Your traditional server can provide remote file access or, using services such as, HyperOffice, WebExand other solutions, you can pay a low monthly fee and have file sharing features, collaboration and so much more. 2 min read Listen Now Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer Hear from business owners and CEOs who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side bigger and stronger. April 16, 2009last_img read more

Lily Allen at GAY dedicates Fyou song to Piers Morgan

first_img‘If @piersmorgan actually gave a fuck about inner city youth violence, he’d spend less time provoking people like me and Raheem and more time lobbying his actual mates, who could do something about cuts to policing and youth services. Necklaces and tattoos are NOT the problem here.’Morgan in turn cancelled her planned appearance on Good Morning Britain. At the time, Allen decried that move as a ‘misogynistic abuse of power’.Morgan responded: ‘Oh, I didn’t cancel you because you’re a woman. I cancelled you because you’re annoying.’Allen’s latest release has won the star blanket critical acclaim. The star has released December UK tour dates in support of No Shame, taking in Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and London.Also on Gay Star NewsPeople are pissed off Lily Allen used ‘fags’ on Twitter, but this is why she did it GAYSTARNEWS- Lily Allen launched her new album with a special performance at London’s G-A-Y on Saturday. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Sporting pink hair and a dazzling rainbow dress, the 33 year-old singer played tracks from No Shame. And she added in older material including Smile and Not Fair.Allen camped it up by changing into a silver tinsel wig and black leotard for a cover of Cher’s iconic 1998 hit Believe. Piers Morgan v Lily AllenThe star directed her 2009 track Fuck You at ongoing nemesis, TV host Piers Morgan. The pair took aim at each other earlier this month after Piers criticized her for wearing an AK-47 shaped necklace.‘Why have you got a machine gun around your neck?,’ Morgan asked of her over Twitter.Allen, not usually known to take criticism lying down, fired back: ‘I’ll stop wearing the necklace when you apologise for hacking the phones of dead children. Deal?center_img Lily Allen is taking aim again (Photo; Instagram) Justin Trudeau called a ‘politically correct plonker’ by Piers Morgan for saying ‘peoplekind’ instead of ‘mankind’10 times Piers Morgan has insulted the LGBTI communityLily Allen reveals she slept with female sex workersRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading…last_img read more

Globus offers more Oberammergau packages than any other Canadian tour op

first_imgGlobus offers more Oberammergau packages than any other Canadian tour op Monday, June 5, 2017 Posted by TORONTO — Oberammergau’s Passion Play may still be a few years away, but Globus is already kicking it into high gear with a newly released brochure featuring 14 packages.This represents the largest number of packages by a Canadian tour operator to include a visit to Oberammergau for a performance of the play, which takes place every 10 years in the small southern German town. The next Passion Play is scheduled for 2020 with 102 performances between May and October, and is expected to welcome 400,000 visitors to the town of 5,000.“Globus has been hosting travellers in Europe for almost 90 years, and we are the only tour company to have a dedicated faith-based travel division, so we are a great choice when it comes to experiencing Oberammergau,” says Stéphanie Bishop, managing director for Globus in Canada.The company’s special packages range from 7 to 14 days and all include a premier location ticket for the play. These escorted motorcoach tours will visit Germany in depth, or take travellers to other countries as well, such as Switzerland, Austria and Italy.More news:  Venice to ban cruise ships from city centre starting next monthSeveral of the tours – unique to Globus – are faith-based, such as the ‘Cathedral Tour of Central Europe’, the ‘Shrines of Alpine Europe’ and the ‘European Reformation’ tour. Others combine the Oberammergau experience with some of Globus’ most popular itineraries, such as ‘The Best of Switzerland’. There’s an escorted itinerary with Globus’ value-brand Cosmos (The Shrines of Alpine Europe and Oberammergau, from $2,273 plus airfare), and even a tour that includes a weeklong cruise on the Rhine river with Avalon Waterways, another sister company to Globus (from $6,038, plus airfare).As with all Globus tours, hand-picked accommodation with breakfast, the services of a knowledgeable and experienced Tour Director and transportation on a comfortable, wi-fi equipped coach and more are included, along with premium reserved seats in front of the Oberammergau theatre.“We have just the right selection for Canadians interested in Oberammergau,” adds Bishop. “From those who wish a full immersive experience and to reconnect with their faith to those simply intrigued by the history and tradition of the performance, you can trust Globus to deliver a memorable experience.”More news:  Visit Orlando unveils new travel trade tools & agent perksPrices for the Globus tours start at $2,999 (plus airfare). The company also features special rates for church and other groups. Tags: Britain & Europe, Globuscenter_img Travelweek Group Share << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

New pricing for Air Transats Option Plus seat selection

first_imgStandard seat$79.50 Seat with more legroom$139.50 Posted by Travelweek Group Standard seat$54.50 Seat with more legroom$25 MONTREAL — Effective today Air Transat is introducing revised rates for seat selection for certain seat types. Option Plus prices are also changing for certain routes and seat types.With Option Plus, Economy Class passengers get one additional piece of checked baggage of 23 kg for flights to/from Europe, the South and the U.S. (or one additional piece of checked baggage of 30 kg for flights to/from Israel), standard seat selection, check-in at an exclusive counter, priority boarding, priority queue at security checkpoints (at Montreal, Ottawa and Vancouver airports), priority baggage handling, a Comfort Kit and a set of natural wood earbuds, an alcoholic beverage, a selection of meals from the Bistro menu on flights to/from the South and the U.S.; a selection of treats on flights to/from Europe and Israel, and seat selection.Here’s Transat’s updated price grid according to the destinations: SEAT SELECTION  Seat with more legroom$90 << Previous PostNext Post >> Standard seat$30 Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Standard seat$10 Two-by-two seat$94.50 Domestic Full price (one way) Europe and IsraelFull price (one way) Two-by-two seat$40 South and the United StatesFull price (one way) Standard seat$25 OPTION PLUS Seat with more legroom$79.50 Seat with more legroom$50 South and the United StatesFull price (one way) Share Europe and IsraelFull price (one way) Two-by-two seat$45 Two-by-two seat$69.50 Two-by-two seat$10 New pricing for Air Transat’s Option Plus, seat selection Tags: Air Transatlast_img read more