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Oct 19 2022
Inflation in Britain Rises 10.1 Percent, Driven Higher by Food Prices
Consumer prices in Britain rose 10.1 percent in September from a year earlier, continuing their steep climb as the nation grapples with rapidly increasing food prices, high energy costs and political uncertainty.
The annual inflation rate returned to its fastest pace since 1982, matching the pace set in July. It rose from 9.9 percent in August. Inflation was expected to peak next monthNew York Times (News)
Mar 27 2023
New Mexico approves school meals for all students
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday signed legislation to provide free school meals to all students regardless of family income, as New Mexico and several other states look to fill the gap left by lapsed federal pandemic-era benefit programs and address the strain to family budgets caused by food prices. The bill cleared the Legislature during the recent 60-day session,San Jose Mercury News
Mar 27 2023
Tyson disaster relief team headed to Mississippi
Springdale-based Tyson Foods sent its Meals that Matter disaster relief team to Rolling Fork, Miss., on Monday to serve storm victims, volunteers and first responders working to recover from Friday’s storm, the company said in a news release. A truck left Tyson headquarters Monday morning with products donated by partner Walmart and is scheduled to begin serving hot meals Tuesday at noon.Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Dec 07 2022
Franklin Graham's Ministry Sends 100M Pounds of Food to Ukraine as Pastors Brave Harrowing Frontline Conditions
Samaritan's Purse, the Christian humanitarian arm of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), has announced it has reached a major milestone by distributing more than 100 million pounds (totaling 45,000 metric tons) of food in Ukraine.
In addition, the international relief organization led by Franklin Graham, reports it continues to import 1.4 million pounds of food weeklyCBN
Aug 19 2022
Fast-Food Workers Are Closing In on a Major Victory in California
Mysheka Ronquillo usually gets up around 6 in the morning to provide in-home care to two clients in Los Angeles. In the afternoon, Ronquillo then doubles back south to her second job at a Carl’s Jr. in Long Beach. After what can be an hours-long trek on public transit, her managers at the fast-food chain sometimes send her home without pay because there’s not enough work to do.
Mar 26 2023
''Like A War Zone'': Volunteers Travel Miles To Tornado-hit Mississippi
Outside, houses are torn open and trees lie with their roots in the air. Inside, stretchers are lined up in front of tables overflowing with food. In Rolling Fork, Mississippi, where a tornado caused chaos and death, volunteers are pouring in from surrounding towns to help. The American Red Cross moved into a National Guard building less than 24 hours after the tornado struck Friday night,Barron's
Mar 26 2023
Summer Camp Guide 2023: City-run camps
The city offers camps to keep kids busy through the summer including CampVenture, a day camp of mixed activities and the O.A.K.S. nature camp inspired by Native American lifestyles. Wilderness Survival Camp at Oak Canyon Nature Center teaches first aid, food and water gathering, and shelter building using resources in nature. Games, crafts, computers, sports and educational presentations withOrange County Register
Mar 26 2023
Summer Camp Guide 2023: Faith-based camps
The camp presents creative and educational activities that explore nature, science, arts, self-esteem and more in a Christian atmosphere. Camp Mountain Chai offers camp sessions throughout the summer to expand the knowledge of and create a love for the Jewish culture, traditions and religion. Young students enroll in Camp Yeladim, where daily activities include water play, crafts, scienceOrange County Register
Apr 30 2020
Close the roads. Reclaim the parking lots. Put restaurants outside.
When the shutdowns end, America will reopen with a set of restrictions that seem designed to leave most cities closed for the foreseeable future.
Restaurants and bars, in particular, will have trouble handling the new rules. In Texas, for example, restaurants may reopen on Friday for dine-in service at 25 percentSlate
Mar 24 2023
Democrats and Republicans Plan Visit to Prison Where Jan. 6 Defendants Are Being Held
Republican House Oversight Committee members plan to take a field trip to a Washington, D.C. jail where several January 6 defendants are being held. Led by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), the visit will focus on the conditions of those jailed, which Greene claims to be "reports of abuse." The defendants being held before their trial are "not allowed to see their families, many times areTownhall