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Pulled Between Two Lives

Working remotely, while slightly draining, has had its benefits. Being able to sleep in until the last possible second (and maybe sometimes slightly past that) and my ability to work anywhere are among them. That latter perk means I’ve been able to work from my parents’ apartment in the Chicago …

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Could COVID-19 Set Economic Equality Back?

Illustration courtesy of Shutterstock Recently, Worth ran a story about the top questions investment advisors were getting asked. That was over a month ago, and according to Bernstein Private Wealth Management’s cohead of investment strategies, Beata Kirr, the questions have already changed. “A month ago, the key client question was, …

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Ministers rejected school reopening plan recommended by Sage experts

School leaders said the government’s publication of scientific advice failed to make a convincing case for the early reopening of schools in England, as the government’s chief scientific adviser said an effective testing and tracking system was necessary for more pupils to return to the classroom. After pressure from teaching …

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News – Rota Spouse Creates Community for Parents

Courtesy Photo | Abigail Gross and her two children, Emma and Charlie, pose for a photo while stationed…… read more read more Courtesy Photo | Abigail Gross and her two children, Emma and Charlie, pose for a photo while stationed at Whidbey Island, Washington, April 2017. Gross jokes that this …

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Craig Clinger retiring a Galion Building and Loan

GALION — After nearly 46 years serving in the banking industry, Craig Clinger, vice president in charge of the loan department at Galion Building and Loan, is retiring at the end of May. Clinger said he kind of stumbled into the banking business, noting when he graduated high school he …

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