posted on December 28, 2021 Navigating the family law system and the day-to-day logistics of separation are some of the many obstacles you will overcome after your relationship breaks down. But getting there isn’t always easy, especially for the little ones in the house. Separation affects every aspect of life,Read More →

According to the first information report, the company diverted the funds intended for short-term use to use them for long-term purposes. According to the first information report, the company diverted the funds intended for short-term use to use them for long-term purposes. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) convicted OmkarRead More →

Written in partnership with Thomas Herd, founder of T1 Advertising Although many positive advances have been made in recent years regarding children’s mental health, unforeseen circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic have caused many children to suffer from its isolating effects. According to data collected by the United NationsRead More →

Traditional letterpress printing has made its way to Laredo with a series of community events hosted by students, faculty, and staff at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU). Together they have collectively spent the last year creating vibrant works made from vintage typographic equipment. In the Spring 2020 semester, TAMIU AssistantRead More →

Like the Labor Day paper, Treasure Coast Newspapers will have combined print editions around Christmas and New Year’s Day. For the next two weeks only, the Thursday newspapers of December 23 and 30, respectively, will serve as the combined Thursday, Friday and Saturday editions. No newspaper will be printed onRead More →

Edward Kranz has always had artistic tendencies. From his childhood in Erie, he drew, painted, and played guitar. Kranz, now 53, is also a skilled craftsman. He worked for years for his father’s construction company, which recently helped Erie-based Amerail Systems undertake exterior renovations at hotels across the country. HeRead More →

CARLISLE (CBS) — The small town of Carlisle, with about five thousand residents, hasn’t changed much in the 371 years since it was first settled. There are no apartment complexes, no malls and no traffic lights. Thirty percent of the land is permanently protected open space, perfect for animals andRead More →

The past year has seen the publication of wonderful books for young adults by South Asian writers and illustrators. With various themes ranging from climate conservation to monsters, Indian history, music, extraordinary lives, and courage, we’ve put together a list of the ten best YA books of 2021. Get storiesRead More →

Classic children’s stories like Harry the dog, Dr Seuss and Disney tales have been criticized by an Australian scholar for being “outdated, sexist and racist”. Dr Helen Adam of Edith Cowan University in Western Australia says many family favorites should be pulled from the shelves and replaced with more inclusiveRead More →

Qualcomm makes the platforms that power some of the world’s best consumer technology, but it may one day partner with other brands to create Snapdragon editions of already existing gadgets. Flights and accommodation for this launch event were funded by Qualcomm, but views reflect the independent opinion of the author.Read More →