Traveler with Muscular Dystrophy Foam Wrap $40,000 in Wheelchair

Maayan Ziv was traveling from Toronto to Tel Aviv last week for an accessibility conference. A $40,000 special wheelchair was damaged on her Air Canada flight. The airline has agreed to replace the wheelchair, but it will take months to deliver a new one. Loading Something is loading. Mayan Ziv was prepared for the challenges […]

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A 150M-year-old dinosaur skeleton is being auctioned for $500,000.

The recovered Iganodon skeleton is expected to fetch around $500,000 at auction next month. One paleontologist told Insider that he hopes the current dinosaur craze will “pass.” The skeleton of a creature that lived 150 million years ago and was 4.2 feet tall and 9.8 feet long. Loading Something is loading. Tired of buying art […]

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The European Union must respond to Putin’s ‘black message’ as one: Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Saturday that the European Union must have a coordinated response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s blackout over natural gas supplies. Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is aimed at “legitimizing blind tyranny and enabling any environmental troublemaker to do the same,” in a jibe at Greece’s […]

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Asian business owners in Quincy host a walkout with local leaders to voice their concerns.

QUINCY — Paul Yu has owned the East Chinatown restaurant in Quincy for nearly two decades. Little has changed on Hancock Street. “When I started here 18 years ago, this area was quiet. It was very quiet. But now you can see people moving around. It’s completely different,” Yu said. His restaurant was one of […]

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Meet our new Public Service Journalism team Local business

Members of Lee’s new public service journalism team bring expertise from a variety of topical backgrounds, including public safety, public health, government, social justice and the environment. Regional public service journalism teams provide access to public records, monitor taxpayer money and government spending, investigate information related to health, crime, and safety issues, and serve as […]

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Wyomissing took care of business as the Spartans beat Trinity 35-14.

It was business as usual for Wyomissing as the Spartans defeated Trinity 35-14 in a non-league football game at A Field on Saturday afternoon. Wyomissing’s proprietary Wing-T offense was in full swing as the Spartans racked up 317 rushing yards on 36 carries and cruised to victory over the Shamrocks. “We always like to come […]

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