Lawsuit fights to stop sale of Central Maine Boy Scout Camp

BELGRADE, Maine (WABI) – There is an ongoing fight to keep a central Maine scout camp – a central Maine scout camp. The Maine attorney general has filed a lawsuit against the Pine Tree Council of Boy Scouts of America to prevent them from selling Camp Bomazeen to help get …

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Belgrade Marina is not eligible for additional permit, according to legal opinion

Shawn grant The lot may not be large enough to grant a shoreline zoning permit, leaving the Belgrade businessman’s attempt to comply with a consent order pending. The town planning council discussed the answers provided in a note from City Attorney Michael Hodgins about Grant’s application for a shoreline zoning …

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Thunderstorms cut down trees, power lines, and leave thousands of Mainers without power

Strong to severe thunderstorms that moved across Maine on Wednesday left thousands of Mainers without power. The National Weather Service announced that they would conduct a storm damage survey in Belgrade. Strong winds uprooted many trees across the city, damaging homes and blocking roads in the Kennebec County community. In …

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New figures show efforts by Everards Brewery to support its pubs during lockdown

New figures show how far the Everards family brewery has had to go to support its pub estate during the pandemic. The latest accounts show the company saw its turnover of £ 30million in 2019 fall by 38% in the year through September 30, 2020. Everards also reported an operating …

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Big Sky fireworks banned for July 4th – Explore Big Sky

Madison County issues county-wide ban and Gallatin bans in Big Sky, West Yellowstone By Bella Butler EBS STAFF BIG SKY – The Big Sky night sky will only be starlit on July 4, after the Gallatin County Commission approved an emergency order on June 30 banning fireworks in Big Sky …

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2 officers ambushed, one wounded by gunshot :: WRAL.com

By SUDHIN THANAWALA and JEFF MARTIN ATLANTA – Two police officers responding to reports of gunfire in one of Atlanta’s busiest shopping districts were ambushed on Wednesday, leaving one with gunshot wounds, the city mayor said . A passer-by reported hearing a deluge of gunfire and said he later saw …

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Socialist architecture by Svetlana Kana Radević

Back in Yugoslavia, Montenegro was a periphery. Kana’s legacy, although very present in Montenegro, remains to be determined. In order to fully understand the absence of the legacy left by Kana, we must recognize that the University of Montenegro was founded in 1974, and without the Faculty of Architecture which …

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Belgrade is not for all budgets: is it better to rent than to buy an apartment?

The changes brought about by the global pandemic over the past year and a half have also affected the dynamic real estate market in Serbia. Less migration within the country and more time spent at home has resulted in a surprising downward trend in the market value of rental properties, …

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Coffee Table’s 20th Year Memorial Book Wins Gold in 2021

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, June 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Sify Technologies Limited (NASDAQ: SIFY), India’s most comprehensive ICT solutions provider, today announced that the Coffee Table book produced to commemorate their 20e Nasdaq listing year won gold at the 2021 Asia Pacific Stevie Awards. The book innovatively presented in a …

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Serbia borrows € 200m from EIB to help COVID-19 recovery

BELGRADE, June 30 (Reuters) – Serbia on Wednesday borrowed 200 million euros ($ 237 million) from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and will use the money to help small and medium-sized businesses recover from the crisis. COVID-19 crisis, the lender said. The loan is part of a larger EU financial …

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