CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sept. 15, 2022– CCC Intelligent Solutions Inc. (CCC), a leading SaaS platform powering the P&C insurance economy, launches a new original content series, NXTUP, September 28 at 1 p.m. CT. The LinkedIn Live series will bring together business, technology and industry leaders for lively discussions on the trends andRead More →

BIGSOUND is back in full force, with hundreds of delegates from all sectors of the Australian music industry heading to Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley for the first face-to-face event since pre-pandemic. Of course, the impact of the pandemic was an overarching theme on Wednesday. Fresh in everyone’s mind, it has beenRead More →

Initiated and sponsored by the TADS RewardsThe World’s First International Awards for Tokenized Assets and Digitized Securities (TADS), 2022 Digital Asset Series (DAS) is a series of free educational seminars delivered by industry leaders and practitioners, legal and consulting professionals, regulators and academics from the Fintech ecosystem. The goals ofRead More →

Throughout the month of September, Montpellier by James Madison celebrates Constitution Month with special programs focusing on the 1787 document that launched a nation still thriving in our modern age. The Montpelier Foundation is committed to constitutional education and engagement, according to the trustees of the estate of America’s fourthRead More →

Matt Jewell, President of St. Charles Parish, Jaclyn Hotard, President of St. John the Baptist Parish, and Pete Dufresne, President of St. James Parish. St. Charles Parish President Matt Jewell, St. John the Baptist Parish President Jaclyn Hotard, and St. James Parish President Pete Dufresne were each in attendance atRead More →

State Representative Jeff Shipley met with Rotary of Mt. Pleasant Noon the same week he attended the Republican headquarters dedication ceremony. (AnnaMarie Ward/The Union) MT. JOKING – State Representative Jeff Shipley, campaigning in the new District 87, shared about himself and his political ideals, as well as participated in conversationsRead More →

[Ensure you have all the info you need in these unprecedented times. Subscribe now.] Rivian Automotive Inc. has eliminated the lowest-priced version of its R1T electric pickup truck, the company confirmed via email, raising the price of its entry-level model. Demand for the Explore model, which sold for $67,500, wasRead More →

It goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway, the recent visit to Taiwan by United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi certainly didn’t do much to help the already strained relationship, but in her defiant reasoning to Beijing, the democracies of the world must stand together. The Chinese embassy hasRead More →

Reports from Hillsboro City Council members and city administrators at the Thursday, Aug. 11, council meeting included updates on a city’s DORA proposal, concerns about increased spending, and information on current projects and events in the city. In Council Committee Reports, Streets and Safety Committee Chairman Adam Wilkin gave anRead More →

Professional athlete turned Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker has accepted an invitation to debate from Democratic opponent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA), and it just so happens to be the only debate that provides the topics in advance. That’s the only appreciable difference between four proposed debates, a topic that campaignsRead More →

Raipur (Chhattisgarh) [India]Jul 28 (ANI): Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said on Thursday that the opposition gave them a motion of no confidence in the state assembly session as they had no issue to discuss. discuss. “A motion of no confidence was tabled by the Opposition (BJP) in the StateRead More →

BY DAVE PRICEDaily Post Editor Giselle Hale’s decision to step down from the Assembly race came as a surprise. As reported in Saturday’s Post, Hale said she decided to drop out due to the negative impact the publicity had on her two daughters, ages 5 and 8. Hale’s decision givesRead More →

To help members maximize opportunities and reduce risk, OODA hosts a monthly video call to discuss topics of mutual interest to our members. These highly collaborative sessions are always a great way for our members to meet and interact with each other while discussing topics such as global risks, emergingRead More →

– Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Not a Straight Line to Glory: Redeemed.” – Presbyterian Church of Cadiz: “Good Samaritan and Ice Cream,” www.CadizPresbyterian.org. – Christ United Methodist Church, East Springfield: “Won’t you be my neighbor? – Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “The Great Plan of Redemption”,Read More →

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Since the start of the pandemic, nonprofit boards have been busier than ever — more meetings, more Zoom calls. But despite all this conversation, councils may still struggle to determine their role. This is all the more true as the pressure to tackle social problems has increased. According to aRead More →

Communicating internally is just as important as communicating with your external audiences. Keeping their colleagues up to date with news from across your organization will make them feel engaged, boost morale and keep them motivated. Internal communication is especially important in times of uncertainty, such as organizational restructuring or theRead More →

Instructional Videos Vector Solutions Adds New Topics to its Library of Student Safety and Wellbeing Training Courses By Kristal Kuykendall 06/17/22 School safety training provider Vector solutions introduced new online courses for students on safety topics such as trauma awareness, dating violence, human trafficking, and more, the companyRead More →

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, RepublicRead More →

A lawsuit filed by three parents alleges that the Mount Lebanon School District is violating their civil and constitutional rights by “teaching gender dysphoria and transgender transition in the district, including to first-graders.” three parents seek a court order to stop teaching and a jury trial to decide compensatory andRead More →

[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s nominee to oversee national trucking regulations highlighted the administration’s efforts to increase the industry’s workforce during her June 8 confirmation hearing. Robin Hutcheson, nominated for the executive position at the Federal Motor Carrier SafetyRead More →

Special programs at this year’s Mendocino Film Festival, June 2-5, highlight topics unique to our region, including films and panel discussions on Native Americans, Northern California firefighting and women cannabis growers. A program from Native Cinema, including a feature documentary “Chasing Voices”, about the recording and documentation of more thanRead More →

[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] Before allocating federal funds, US transportation officials will look for projects that provide better access for people, especially in disadvantaged communities. Echoing President Joe Biden’s theme of promoting fairness, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and his leadership team revealed inRead More →

Just 10 days from the opening of Posidonia 2022, the world’s largest maritime show is finalizing the details of its multitude of conferences and seminars throughout the week of June 6-10. “Digitalization Demystified” and “All Aboard: Shaping the Future of Shipping” are the two sessions of Seatrade Maritime’s inaugural summitRead More →

[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] In a sweeping censure, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge granted a request by eight municipalities and issued an injunction preventing state transportation officials from proceeding with plans to impose bridge tolls. Judge Ellen Ceisler granted the preliminary injunction MayRead More →

At least three far-right massacres in recent years have allegedly been perpetrated by people who identify as eco-fascists. The accused murderer of 10 black people at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket on Saturday intertwined anti-Semitic conspiracy theories with a form of natural conservation. In a 180-page racist rant, the 18-year-oldRead More →

A choir of mothers enjoyed a night out, donned their best outfits and showed up for “Mummy Mingle” at the Hyundai showroom last Friday, for an evening of “mumosas” and conversation, courtesy of Young Mummy Diaries. Under the theme “Reset, Renew, Reimagine: A Post-COVID Conversation”, the evening’s guest speakers, KamilaRead More →

[Find the latest in trucking technology: Explore this quarter’s issue of iTECH] Although the concepts of artificial intelligence and machine learning are not new, rapid advancements in this area are driving the future of software development in the freight transportation industry. Increasingly, technology providers are using AI and ML toRead More →

Regulatory considerations continue to be an area for women’s health companies to address, as discussed in a meeting on April 14, 2022, online seminar presented by McGuireWoods Health Advocates Kayla Marty and Tim Frire. The predominant areas of focus for women’s healthcare providers include: strategies for implementing alternative payment models,Read More →

To help members maximize opportunities and reduce risk, OODA hosts a monthly video call to discuss topics of mutual interest to our members. These highly collaborative sessions are always a great way for our members to meet and interact with each other while discussing topics such as global risks, emergingRead More →

Florida education officials have come under fire for putting ‘political theatre’ on teaching after revealing four examples among the 54 math textbooks they rejected last week. The state said it refused to use the books because of “prohibited subject matter,” including alleged references to critical race theory. On Friday, however,Read More →

Local elected officials have confirmed their participation in the May 2 event at the library co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters, Glenview Journal By Tom Robb | on April 21, 2022 The League of Women Voters of Glenview-Glencoe has a growing list of confirmed speakers for itsRead More →

[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] With negotiations set to begin soon between the 22,000-member International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association, ILWU leaders express confidence that the two sides will reach an agreement – without disruption of work – before theRead More →

SALISBURY — A former Rowan County assistant district attorney and his former boss engaged in a heated debate about crime, conviction rates, court scheduling and a variety of other issues at the Rowan County Republican Party Candidates Forum for the district attorney Wednesday night. Paxton Butler challenges incumbent District AttorneyRead More →

GENERAL ASSEMBLY At the General Assembly this morning… You heard Mrs. Catherine Marchi-Uhel. She heads the International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism to Support the Investigation and Prosecution of Persons Responsible for the Most Serious Crimes Under International Law Committed in the Syrian Arab Republic. Ms. March-Uhel presented the entity’s annualRead More →

INSURANCE PAYMENTS Another question posed by a participant was whether the government would consider increasing the amount of claims for mental illness under the Central Provident Fund’s Medishield insurance scheme, since the current cap “is pretty minimal”. and that many insurers here still do not include mental health issues inRead More →

Watch the forum replay in the player above. COLUMBIA, Missouri (KMIZ.) The four nominees from the Jefferson City School Board of Education shared their thoughts and discussed several topics at a nominee forum hosted by the News Tribune. The forum included Adam Gresham, Marc Ellinger, Anne Bloemke-Warren and Erika Leonard.Read More →

Wyatt Patterson/THE REVIEWAs for what happens next, all four panelists expressed pessimistic views. BY WYATT PATTERSON Mosaic editor management On Monday, February 28, the university organized a panel discussion on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The event, titled “Mauled by the Bear: Understanding the War in Ukraine”, was announcement threeRead More →

Florida’s Republican-dominated Legislature on Tuesday passed a bill banning the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through third grade, dismissing a wave of criticism from Democrats that it marginalizes LGBTQ people. The proposal, which opponents have dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, is now passing through theRead More →

Leading scholars from over 40 research institutes, as well as leading practitioners and policy experts, will meet on Friday and Saturday, March 4 and 5, 2022 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days) to discuss the findings and current practices related to information technology and data. science to make healthcareRead More →