Plans for the new Black Pig farmhouse cafe in Heybridge

The owners of FARM applied to change the use of a barn to a restaurant after a catering company set up its cafe on the farm. The Tallowin family, owners of Chigborough Farm in Heybridge, have submitted a retrospective planning request to Maldon District Council. The plans relate to the …

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People soak up the sun for the 5th hottest Christmas ever in Austin

AUSTIN, TEXAS (KXAN) – Downtown Austin looked like a Christmas like no other on Saturday night. Many Austinites spent their Christmas day listening to birdsong and seeing the boarders at Lady Bird Lake and Auditorium Shores on the fifth hottest Christmas day on record. Fifth hottest Christmas day on record …

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Kansas City woman quits scams for respected company

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Stephanie Blaco was on the move, waving to customers, serving home cooking and working the fryer in the kitchen of her restaurant The Mixing Bowl on Southwest Boulevard. Customers keep coming back for breakfast burritos and plate-sized pork tenderloin sandwiches and the woman who greets them …

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A Christmas Carol at the Goodman Theater will resume on September 26

Executive Director Roche Schulfer today announced that performances of A Christmas Carol at the Goodman Theater will resume on Sunday, December 26, as directed by the Chicago Department of Public Health. The company has cleared the necessary testing protocols to get back on stage safely. Previously, exposure to COVID-19 within …

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York Age Concern charity store closes due to apartment plan

Age UK will close its furniture store in Tang Hall. The move comes as York City Council approved the partial conversion of the 77 Fourth Avenue building into four apartments. Applicant Peter Lunan is to use the front portion of the existing store as office space for his financial services …

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911 call issued by Detroit police about the Oxford high school shooting

An audio recording of 911 obtained on Thursday describes the urgent call from a man who said he located the mother of the Oxford High shooting suspect as police searched for her and her husband. “The shooter’s parents running away, they’re here,” a man’s voice heard over the audio clip …

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Mix of semiconductors and quantum technology with a new composite

Researchers have identified a material that could integrate quantum devices into semiconductor technology, making electronic components considerably more powerful. Scientists at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and Cornell University today publish their findings in the journal Scientists progress. Today’s electronic infrastructure relies primarily on semiconductors, a class of materials that …

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Vermont Arts’ Notable 2021 Albums | Tactical

There was no shortage of remarkable outings from Vermont this year, perhaps in part because of the extra ‘deforestation’ time over the past year and more of the pandemic. Here’s a look at 12 albums by Green Mountain State artists who stood out in 2021, in order of release date. …

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Using a city’s excess heat to reduce emissions

Heat from wastewater and wastewater now provides around 70 percent of space heating and hot water for the 43 buildings connected to the grid, with the remaining 30 percent coming from natural gas, although the target is to d ‘End it by 2030. The electricity to power the heat pumps …

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Mixing Work With Wine Is A Recipe For Bad Judgment Letters

John Harris ‘article (Tories’ Fatal Weakness Is Not Seeing Kindness In Most People, December 19) contained the ever-green quote from the group Brittania Unchained (definitely not Unhinged): “Once they come in in the workplace, the British are among the worst idlers in the world. Your photo showed public employees in …

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