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Ireland’s ‘Most Haunted House’ Up For Sale: Loftus Hall On The Market For £ 2.2million

Here’s one property for sale that’s sure to scare the market off – Loftus Hall, Ireland’s ‘most haunted house’. The asking price is 2.5million euros (£ 2.2million) – and you can even see the rooms virtually, if you’re brave enough. The 14th-century mansion’s reputation as a spooky mansion dates back …

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RI’s Ministry of Education publishes data on chronic student absenteeism

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) now makes data on chronically absent students available to the public. A review of the data by Eyewitness News shows that Woonsocket, Pawtucket and Providence have the highest percentage of students who are on track to be chronically absent …

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Mothers’ Milk Bank Now Delivers Donor Milk to Families at Home | Best Stories

CHAMPAIGN, Illinois (BAGUETTE) – The Champaign-Urbana public health district announced Thursday that the breast milk bank will begin offering donated breast milk to mothers at home. The milk bank primarily serves premature babies in the neonatal intensive care unit. However, donor milk will now be available to families at home …

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Households and families fuel transmission of coronavirus in Rhode Island, IBM data shows

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – IBM has provided Rhode Island with new analysis of contact tracing data that suggests 42% of coronavirus transmissions in recent weeks have likely occurred between families or households, while the rest s ‘is produced elsewhere in the community. The company – through its partner Salesforce, which …

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Powell’s Books Appoints New CEO, Prepares For Slow Recovery From Pandemic | Business

Powell’s Books on Tuesday appointed a new CEO, tasking veteran business consultant Patrick Bassett with helping the Portland bookseller deal with the pandemic and rebuild the business. “We haven’t found our way out of the woods yet,” said Emily Powell, who is stepping down as CEO but remains the owner …

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WATCH: Mark Cuban says now is ‘absolute best time’ to start a business, despite pandemic

Mark Cuban answers your questions about America’s reopening and pandemic life on “Coronavirus House Calls”. through: Emma Simmons and executive producer | Chandler Gory, producer Posted: June 10, 2020 / 5:58 PM EDT / Update: June 13, 2020 / 4:34 PM EDT In this special edition of “Coronavirus House Calls”, …

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RI House Establishes Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution Working Group

through: The Associated Press, Bay of Gammans Posted: November 24, 2020 / 5:31 PM EST / Update: November 24, 2020 / 6:22 PM EST PROVIDENCE, RI (AP / WPRI) – Rhode Island House of Representatives Speaker named K. Joseph Shekarchi has established a task force to help oversee the state’s …

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Montana Western’s Jason Ferris signs with Carolina Panthers | national

University of Montana Western linebacker Jason Ferris signed an undrafted free agent contract with the National Football League Panthers. “I’m really excited and can’t believe it,” Ferris said. “It’s been two crazy months with everything in the air, but I’m happy to know where I’m going.” Ferris signed a three-year …

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Apple pushes silent macOS update to close Zoom vulnerability

Earlier this week, a security researcher explained how Zoom videoconferencing application installed a hidden web server on Macs, leaving users vulnerable to webcam hijacking. Now, TechCrunch reports that Apple pushed a silent update to macOS to remove this hidden web server. Apple confirmed to TechCrunch that it actually pushed the …

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Coronavirus: are MS public schools closed for the year?

Governor Tate Reeves announced on Tuesday that classrooms in Mississippi will remain closed for the remainder of the school year as the state continues to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic. “School buildings will remain closed for the remainder of the semester,” Reeves said Tuesday at a press conference. Reeves added: …

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