Obama signs new K-12 education law that ends No Child Left Behind President Obama signed a new K-12 education law on Thursday that effectively ends heavy federal involvement in public schools and sends much of that authority back to states and local school districts. “I want this not just because it's good for the
December wedding announcement Bridesmaids were Lyndsey McDonnell of Naperville, IL, Ryan Quosigk of Acworth, GA, and Ashley Martynchuk of Los Angeles, CA. Ryan Galvez of The bride graduated from North Cobb High School and Agnes Scott College, and the groom graduated from
Rochester police log 9:00 a.m. — Scott Allen Murphy, 49, of 2 Willowbrook Apts., No. 15, is charged with driving after suspension. 10:01 a.m. .. 6:41 a.m. — Lyndsey, Detroia, 33, of 616 Portland Ave., Apt. 58, is charged with operating without a valid license. 7:31 a
Abilene ISD names a new deputy superintendent “Mr. Gregg has worn many hats throughout his 24 years of service to our school district, and I am thrilled about the leadership that he will provide in this new role,” said Abilene ISD Superintendent Dr. David Young. Gregg's position will have him
Girls Basketball: Miller, Z-M roll in second half Miller also finished with 11 points and five blocks in the victory. “They had no answer for Lauren,” said Cougars' head coach Scott Paukert. “We did a nice job of getting her the ball, and it was nice to see her get a lot of good looks.” Natalie
Black Mass Utilising a non-linear narrative arc, director Scott Cooper and screenwriters Mark Mallouk and Jez Butterworth switch between scenes that show Whitey's former gangbangers alternately ratting him out as well as confessing to their own crimes in FBI
About town - July 17, 2016 - Bismarck Tribune
Hale-Lewis, a member of DSU’s general education and assessment committees, was one of several DSU faculty members who attended AAC&U’s Institute on Integrated Learning at California State University, Fullerton, in 2014. The work at the institute...bismarcktribune.com
Skip The Runway, Meet 6 Models Taking Over Tech - Huffington Post
Amid of New York Men's Fashion Week frenzy, let's pause and celebrate 6 female models "tech-ing" over using fashion's powerful platform to encourage the women in STEM movement. With recent research showing women in code face huge gender prejudice barriers, it is timely to showcase the expert tech brains behind some of fashion's most celebrated faces. Alongside a stellar career modeling for fashion giants like Victoria's Secrets and Prada, Lyndsey Scott has been making headlines for her pioneering tech projects. Scott graduated from Amherst College with dual majors in Theater and Computer Science and has since developed a number of lifestyle and fashion apps such as Squarify. Programming credentials aside, Scott has also been commended for her efforts to promote diversity in the tech field. The app sources flowers from the world's biggest flower market in Amsterdam. Perhaps this is best demonstrated by her commitment to donate floral centerpieces to AMFAR Gala at Cannes Film Festival and the Leo DiCaprio Foundation Gala in 2015. "As a fashion model, my lifeline was my cellphone", this is how Beijing-based Anina. After a successful career modeling for Sonia Rykiel, Ferragamo and more, she has established herself globally as an expert in wearable technology. Anina is the Founder of the 360Fashion Network and develops state-of-the-art tech products such as solar powered bags and 3D printed prosthetics. For over a decade, she has been helping brands adopt innovations such as 360 video. Costa Rican Jessica Perez has been gracing the pages of the world's major glossies for over a decade from Marie Claire to l'Officiel. The app supports freelance models with fiscal difficulties and even has features that enable users to deduct commissions and taxes from gross income. Based in New York and originally from New Zealand, Teresa Moore's portfolio include collaborations with Rolex, H&M, L'Oréal as well as Vogue editorials. The platform has played a big part in sparking up the conversation surrounding cyberbullying.www.huffingtonpost.com
Split Pa. court hands property owners a loss in fight against land seizures for Sunoco pipeline - PennLive.com
A sharply-divided Commonwealth Court panel on Thursday dealt three Cumberland County couples a blow in their attempts to block Sunoco Logistics from seizing part of their properties for the Mariner East II natural gas transmission pipeline. The court majority did that by upholding county President Judge Edward E. Guido's decision issued last year to dismiss preliminary objections R. Scott and Pamela Martin and Douglas and Lyndsey Fitzgerald, both of North Middleton Township, and... "I think it's a sad day for Pennsylvania landowners and the Pennsylvania Constitution," Michael F. Flaherty, the attorney for the property owners, said of the ruling. Sunoco Logistics praised the state court ruling, saying it affirms lower court decisions that the Mariner East II project will provide a public service to Pennsylvanians. "We have always worked with landowners to reach mutually acceptable agreements, and pursued legal proceedings only in those instances where an agreement could not be reached," the firm said in a statement. "We believe negotiation is better than litigation, and that landowners receive more favorable terms and compensation as a result of easements that are negotiated rather than litigated. In the Commonwealth Court majority opinion, Judge Renee Cohn Jubelirer supported Guido's finding that Mariner East II is both and interstate and intrastate pipeline, with the section running through Pennsylvania falling under the jurisdiction of... She backed Guido's finding that Sunoco is therefore a "public utility corporation" recognized by the PUC and so has the power to condemn land for the pipeline on grounds that it would provide public utility service in Pennsylvania. The PUC already has determined a public need for the pipeline, so Guido had no grounds to review challenges the landowners made to that finding, Jubelirer wrote. Two of the seven state judges who heard the case - Judges P. Kevin Brobson and Patricia A. McCullough - filed dissenting opinions, however, questioning whether Sunoco legitimately has state-bestowed condemnation powers for Mariner East II.... " He said the matter should be sent back to county court to determine when providing PUC-authorized service "is the true goal of taking the property owners' land. The Mariner East II project is to run from Washington County across Pennsylvania to Marcus Hook in Delaware County. It is to have off-load points in Pennsylvania, but its products also are to be shipped out of state. 14 acres of the Fitzgerald's land along Pine Creek Drive and 0. 7 acres of the Nickey's property off the Blain McCrea Road. The property owners could appeal the Commonwealth Court ruling to the state Supreme Court. Faherty said he is "strongly recommending" they do so. In March, Faherty argued before Commonwealth Court that because Mariner East II passes through several states and would carry hazardous liquid byproducts of natural gas production used to make...www.pennlive.com
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About — Lyndsey Scott About Lyndsey. After graduating from Amherst College with dual majors in Theater and Computer Science, Lyndsey started acting and modeling in NYC and soon became the ...