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  • Why the stock market crash could make you a better investor

    first_img I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. The stock market’s recent crash has undoubtedly been painful for many investors. Falling stock prices and declining portfolio valuations can be difficult to experience for any investor.At the same time, recent challenges could make you a better investor. They may highlight the importance of diversification within a portfolio, which could reduce your risks in future.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Furthermore, a market crash may demonstrate the value of focusing on company fundamentals before buying a stock. This could enhance your risk/reward ratio in the long run, and lead to greater profit from your portfolio.DiversificationThe recent market crash has hurt the vast majority of industries due to a population lockdown across many parts of the world economy. But some sectors are likely to be hit harder than others by an economic slowdown.For example, industries such as airlines, retail and banking could be among the hardest hit by the effects of coronavirus. Consumer confidence could decline at a time when unemployment levels have risen. This may lead to reduced spending on non-essential items.Likewise, some countries have experienced a larger number of coronavirus cases than others. This may mean they take longer to emerge from their recent difficulties. This could also negatively impact companies that operate in such locations. As such, having exposure to a wide range of geographies within your portfolio could help to reduce overall risk. It may also improve your returns in the long run.Therefore, many investors may build portfolios that are more diversified as a result of the current crisis. Owning companies that operate in a variety of sectors and geographies may enable you to reduce your overall risks.FundamentalsThe past decade has generally been a period of growth for the world economy. As such, companies with relatively weak balance sheets or high levels of debt have been able to generate high returns in some cases. The prospect of a period of weaker economic growth means that focusing on company fundamentals could become increasingly important to investors.They may wish to consider businesses with modest debt levels, access to credit if needed, and strong free cash flow. Such businesses may not only be in a better position to withstand potential short-term challenges posed by a period of economic weakness, they may also offer greater long-term recovery potential.By considering company fundamentals more closely than in the past, you may be able to build a stronger portfolio that can more effectively withstand future economic challenges. This may enhance your returns, as well as provide a more stable rate of growth.Buying opportunitiesOf course, a market crash shouldn’t dissuade you from buying stocks. Any loss is a ‘paper loss’ until it’s realised. Moreover, the market experiences downturns fairly regularly.However, it has always recovered from its bear markets to post new record highs. Through buying when stock prices are relatively low, you could boost your portfolio returns and become a better investor in the long run. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Peter Stephens | Sunday, 3rd May, 2020 Why the stock market crash could make you a better investor Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. 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  • Men’s basketball dominates season opener

    first_imgPaschal janitor connects with high school students Twitter ReddIt Previous articleStudent in the running for prestigious scholarshipNext articleFort Worth Symphony director creates service to divert waste from landfills Saul Perez RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Saul Perez + posts Saul Perezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/saul-perez/ Facebook TAGSphotos Facebook ReddIt Men’s basketball routs Alabama Statecenter_img Saul Perezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/saul-perez/ Twitter Linkedin Linkedin Saul Perezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/saul-perez/ Men’s basketball continues win streak World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Men’s basketball claims Global Sports Classic championship Saul Perezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/saul-perez/ printThe Frogs kicked of their 2016 season with a 82-64 win against St. Thomas on Friday night.This was the first game under new head coach Jamie Dixon and the team looked strong to start off the season.Alex Robinson, sophomore guard, handles the ball in an offensive possession. (Lucy Mariani/TCU Staff Photographer)The story of the day was the offense as TCU had six players score double-digit points. A&M transfer Alex Robinson lead the team with 16 points while shooting 33 percent from beyond the arc. Freshman Jaylen Fisher was impressive throughout the game. He put up 14 points while having seven assists and four steals. Senior Karviar Shepard contributed as well posting 14 points.Shepard said the transition to the new coaching staff has been smooth.“Everybody had a good attitude toward everything,” Shepard said. “If you want to have a winning season, you want to keep positive. I think our seniors and the rest of our guys, our seniors leading the way and the rest of the guys follow in keeping positive mindset.”Fisher said he credits his teammates with how well he played in his first game“My teammates really looked out for me today giving me open shots and just building our confidence up,” Fisher said.Coach Jamie Dixon stands at the bench during a close first half. (Sam Bruton/TCU Staff Photographer)Dixon said that he had a lot of fun coaching in his first game back at TCU.“It was fun, weird, strange, different, obviously but sometimes you have to pinch yourself out there getting ready.” Dixon said. “It was fun to get our guys out there they needed to play in front of some people.”Dixon also said that he was happy with the way Fisher performed.“Jaylen was terrific.” Dixon said. “I think he improved defensively from the first two scrimmages. Still has a long way to go as you would expect from all freshman, but his toughness, his conditioning, his physicality along with his quickness, all things that make him what I think is going to be a real good point guard for us.”The Frogs continue their season Monday, Nov. 14 when they take on Alabama State at the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena. Tip-off is set for 8 p.m. Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more

  • Freshman pitching debuts lead Frogs to game three win and sweep of Penn State

    first_imgIqbal leads women’s golf to fourth-place finish at Big 12 Tournament Twitter TAGSgame wonHF in title Branson Nelsonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/branson-nelson/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook ReddIt Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Branson is a junior journalism major from Fort Worth, Texas. He enjoys writing about all sports and plans to go to law school after graduation. Previous articlePatterson: Not surprised by LT’s successNext articleReality Frog (Ep. 1 – The Bachelor, Hometown and more) Branson Nelson RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR A COVID-19 Charles Schwab Challenge Women’s golf heads to Oklahoma for chance at first Big 12 title Branson Nelson + posts center_img Linkedin Equestrian earns last seed in NCEA team bracket Freshman pitcher Nick Lodolo made his much anticipated debut Sunday. (Photo taken by Michael Clements) Branson Nelsonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/branson-nelson/ Facebook Twitter Branson Nelsonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/branson-nelson/ World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Linkedin ReddIt Branson Nelsonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/branson-nelson/ printThe No. 1 Horned Frogs used four freshman pitchers and timely hitting to secure a sweep of the Nittany Lions on Sunday in a 9-3 win.The Frogs hit .272 on the series, collecting 25 hits, six of which were extra-base hits, to go along with 17 walks. TCU outscored Penn State 27-7 behind an weekend ERA of just 2.00.TCU head coach Jim Schlossnagle was impressed with the way his young pitchers performed in their debuts. “Today was the very first time all four of those guys pitched in a division one baseball game,” he said. “I thought they did a good job holding their composure.”Nick Lodolo started for TCU, giving up just two runs in five innings of work. Lodolo retired the first two batters he faced in the first inning before a double and a two-run home run from Penn State first baseman Willie Burger put the Nittany Lions in front at 2-0.After striking out the last batter of the first inning, Lodolo settled in, allowing only one more hit over the next four innings along with two walks and seven total strikeouts.“I started off a little shaky, but got it going in the right direction,” he said. “I left a couple up that got hit, but after that I just went back to the bottom half of the zone.”Behind after one inning for the second straight day, the Frogs’ bats came on strong to tie it at two runs apiece with two outs in the second inning. A walk from senior Nolan Brown and a single from senior Cam Warner put senior Ryan Merrill in position to drive in his first run of the season on a single to left field. With junior Connor Wanhanen at the plate and runners on the corners, TCU executed a double steal as Merrill got in a run-down between first and second while Warner came home from third.The Horned Frogs took the lead for good in the third inning on a bases loaded sacrifice fly from sophomore Josh Watson. Brown came up with two on and two out and hit a hard line drive into the left-center field gap that was dropped by PSU center fielder Mason Nadeau, allowing both runs to score putting the Frogs ahead 5-2.Penn State starting pitcher Justin Hagenman was pulled after the third, giving up five runs. The three Nittany Lions’ starters combined for just eight innings pitched and allowed 12 runs over the weekend.TCU left a man on third in the fourth inning, but came back in the fifth with their second three-run inning of the day.Sophomore Luken Baker, making his second start at first base of his career, hit a no-doubt line drive over the left-center field fence. After getting his first home run out of the way, Baker said “It’s not something that I really think about, but getting one out of the way is good, especially behind Nick who was making his first start.”Watson followed Baker’s home run with a double, reaching base for the 16th consecutive game dating back to the 2016 season before Warner hit a two-run shot into the TCU bullpen giving the Frogs an 8-2 lead.Freshman Jake Eissler came on to replace Lodolo to begin the sixth inning. Eissler, a native of Littleton, Colorado, tossed two scoreless innings in relief allowing one hit and walking one with two strikeouts.Brown added the Frogs’ final run of the day in the seventh inning as he drove in his fifth run of the season on an RBI single to center field that scored Baker.The third true freshman of the day to take the mound, Cal Coughlin of Lake Forest, Illinois, came in and pitched the eighth. He surrendered a one out solo home run to Burger, his second of the afternoon. Despite the home run, Schlossnagle was glad to see Coughlin perform well after a change to his pitching mechanics within the last few weeks.“A really good sign with Coughlin,” he said. “We just dropped him down arm slot wise about a week and a half ago. I like to change the look out of the pen, so Cal can really do some good things for us in that role.”Finally, lefty Haylen Green from Lufkin, Texas, pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning with a strikeout to conclude a six-run Horned Frog victory.TCU is now 3-0 for the fourth time in the Schlossnagle era after a very successful opening weekend in Fort Worth.“It’s a good start,” Schlossnagle said. “We’re just trying to get into the rhythm of the season.”15,744 people watched TCU sweep Penn State, the largest opening weekend attendance in Lupton Baseball Stadium history.The No. 1 team in the nation will be back in action on Tuesday against the UTA Mavericks in Arlington. Senior Mitchell Traver will take the mound for the Frogs. First pitch is scheduled for 6:30.last_img read more

  • Journalist arrested and charged in connection with alleged Ergenekon conspiracy

    first_imgNews March 11, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Help by sharing this information TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law News Reporters Without Borders deplores the arrest of Mustafa Balbay, Ankara bureau chief and columnist of the centre-left daily Cumhuriyet. After questioning him on 6 March, an Istanbul judge ordered his immediate detention on suspicion of supporting Ergenekon, an alleged clandestine network with links to the military and security forces that is accused of plotting against the current government. Balbay has been charged under article 309 of the criminal code with “trying to overthrow the constitutional order by force,” which carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.“There is so far no evidence for the charges against Balbay,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We call on the judicial authorities to conduct a proper investigation backed by solid evidence against him. In the meantime, we support the request for his conditional release which his lawyers submitted to the judge.”Balbay was arrested in Ankara and taken to the Istanbul prosecutor’s office for extensive questioning about the serious allegations. According to the 95-page transcript of the interrogation, he is accused of “attending secret meetings of the organisation Ergenekon” and “possessing secret documents.” Claiming there was sufficient evidence against him, the judge ordered him held in Istanbul’s Metris prison. He could be transferred in the next few days to Silivri prison, west of Istanbul, where all the other Ergenekon detainees are being held.So far a total of 86 people have been charged in connection with Ergenekon, an alleged ultra-nationalist secular conspiracy against the government led by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose ruling Justice and Development Party has Islamist roots. Of those charged, 41 are being held in Silivri prison. Trial hearings began in October 2008.Balbay was previously detained in July 2008 during a major police operation carried out in several cities. He was released after a few days.Turkey is ranked 103rd out of 173 countries in the Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. Organisation Journalist arrested and charged in connection with alleged Ergenekon conspiracy News Receive email alerts April 28, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Follow the news on Turkey April 2, 2021 Find out more to go further Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor News April 2, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

  • Prison officer remanded on bail

    first_img Previous articleJet makes emergency landing at ShannonNext article“Peace” deal remains in place despite Collins murder admin Linkedin Email Advertisement Twitter NewsLocal NewsPrison officer remanded on bailBy admin – April 16, 2009 617 center_img A LIMERICK prison officer will have to wait for directions from the DPP as Gardai tell the court the State is not ready to proceed in his case. The Limerick prison officer is charged with possession of drugs on March 15th last.Thomas Corry (51) of Aughrim, Scariff, Co Clare, faces four charges under the Misuse of Drugs Act. The 51-year-old was further remanded on bail to appear again before Limerick District Court on July 8th.In March Corry was charged at Roxboro Road with two counts of possession of drugs and two counts of possession of drugs with intent for sale or supply contrary to Section 15 of the Act. WhatsApp Print Facebooklast_img read more

  • Elf returns to live at library for third Christmas

    first_imgEven the librarians at the Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library in Brundidge sometimes have a hard time finding the library’s Elf on the Shelf.He can be almost anywhere but most often “Tupper” is somewhere on the books shelves with his nose in a book. Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day You Might Like RINGING BELLS Photo by Ryan McColloughState Agriculture Commissioner John McMillan was joined by some familiar faces as he volunteered for the Salvation… read more Email the author Book Nook to reopen Skip “Some of the elves get into all kinds of mischief but Tupper really is a good elf,” she said. “However, sometimes he leaves out the books he has been reading.”But Tupper uses bookmarks and never turns down the corner of a page to mark his place.He sets a good example for the children who visit the library.Amlong said that, obviously, as a way to encourage children to read during the holidays, Tupper has taken several books off the shelf and put them on the reading able.“I guess, we’ll call those books, Tupper’s choices,” Amlong said. “Tupper’s choices for good books for Christmas are “A Creature Was Stirring” and “Christmas in the Big Woods.”Amlong said all children are invited to visit the library and try to find Tupper in his hiding place.“But don’t touch him or he’ll lose his magic and not be able go home to the North Pole and we don’t want that to happen,” Amlong said. Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Latest Stories “There’s no telling where he might be,” Amlong said. “The other day, one of the children found him reading ‘Ferdinand the Bull.’ Yesterday, we found him on the birdhouse that Mr. Jimmy Hollis made for the library. Tupper likes to get up there because it’s high and he can see everything that is going on in the library.”Amlong said Tupper likes other high places including the tallest book shelves and the highest branches on the Christmas tree.”“Tupper comes every year right after Thanksgiving and goes back to the North Pole every night to report to Santa Claus on the children who have visited the library that day,” Amlong said. “And, most of the time the children are especially good.”Amlong said Tupper is a good elf. Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Jennifer Amlong, children’s librarian, said Tupper has been visiting the Brundidge public library for three years now.“When he first came, the children suggested names for him” Amlong said. “One of the children suggested ‘Tupper’ because that is the name of the man that the library is named in memory of. Mr. Tupper Lightfoot loved to read books and loved to share them others. Tupper does, too.”Tupper moves from place to place and the first thing children do when they visit the library during the holiday season is look for Tupper.center_img Sponsored Content Elf returns to live at library for third Christmas Published 6:38 pm Thursday, December 12, 2013 Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Photo by Jaine Treadwell | Tupper the Elf has been hanging out at the Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library in Brundidge this season. Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthRemember Them? I’m Sure Their New Net Worth Will Leave You SpeechlessbradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel By Jaine Treadwell By The Penny Hoarder Print Article Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are…last_img read more

  • Over 100 fully vaccinated people contract COVID-19 in Washington state, officials say

    first_imgOvidiu Dugulan/iStockBy Morgan Winsor, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Over 100 people in Washington state have tested positive for COVID-19 more than two weeks after becoming fully vaccinated against the disease, officials said.The Washington State Department of Health is investigating reports of the so-called breakthrough cases, which it said are expected with any vaccine.Out of the 1.2 million people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in Washington, epidemiologists have reported evidence of 102 breakthrough cases in 18 counties since Feb. 1, representing less than 0.01% of all fully vaccinated individuals in the northwestern U.S. state. Most cases were patients who experienced only mild symptoms, if any, according to a press release from the Washington State Department of Health.However, at least eight people with breakthrough cases have been hospitalized. The Washington State Department of Health is also investigating two potential breakthrough cases where the individuals died. Both patients were over 80 years old and suffered from underlying health issues.The Washington State Department of Health said further investigation will help identify patterns among the breakthrough cases, such as if a variant of the novel coronavirus may have caused the infection.A breakthrough case is confirmed with a positive polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test or a positive antigen test in an individual more than two weeks after they have received their final dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Washington State Department of Health.“Finding evidence of vaccine breakthrough cases reminds us that, even if you have been vaccinated, you still need to wear a mask, practice socially distancing, and wash your hands to prevent spreading COVID-19 to others who have not been vaccinated,” Dr. Umair Shah, Washington state’s secretary of health, said in a statement Tuesday.Large-scale clinical studies found that COVID-19 vaccines reduced the risk of contracting the disease in vaccinated individuals by up to 95%, compared with those who were not vaccinated. However, the vaccines are not 100% effective in preventing infection and thus a small percentage of breakthrough cases can be anticipated, according to the Washington State Department of Health.“It is important to remember that every vaccine on the market right now prevents severe disease and death in most cases,” Shah said. “People should still get vaccinated as soon as they are eligible, and encourage friends, loved ones, and co-workers to do the same.”More than 30.3 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the United States and over 550,000 of them have died, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.Washington state has registered at least 363,235 confirmed cases and 5,237 deaths. So far, more than 16% of the Evergreen State’s population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins data.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

  • Film: Things We Lost in the Fire

    first_img4/51 February Just to be clear: this is not a film for everybody. It’s not sensational, it’s not cult, it probably won’t be a box office smash. Watching it through cynical eyes could make the story line a little too soppy, the dialogue somewhat clichéd, the idea of the fortunate helping the not-so-fortunate redundant, and the tale of the recovering drug addict outdated. Del Toro is playing his favourite type-cast loser, and no-one likes films about families these days anyway. Plus, Halle Berry has never really done it for me.All that aside, this is a poignant and subtly moving film about coping with the loss, the love and the legacy the dead leave behind them. When Brian (David Duchovny) dies a “hero, in a twisted fucked up way”, he leaves behind two children, his wife Audrey (Halle Berry) and his best friend Jerry (Benicio Del Toro); together, they must find a way to live in the space he left behind. It’s a film about human strength, the power of compassion, the reality of addiction, and R2-D2. The photography is sensitive and detailed; the camera pushes up close and personal, giving the feel of a hand held camcorder at a wedding, trying to get through people’s eyes into their innermost thoughts and emotions. The tiniest details are lovingly made crucial; volumes are said with the slightest movement. The dialogue is simple and honest, whimsical and raw. The support cast is warm, vibrant and loveable. And finally, Del Toro’s performance is pure genius; subtle, utterly naturalistic and completely believable as the recovering drug addict fallen by the way.Things We Lost in the Fire is understated and touching, holding a powerful message about human survival, and offering hope for life renewed through compassion and togetherness. It may not be particularly fast or furious. But as Jerry would say: “accept the good”… and go see it. by Rowan Tinca Parkeslast_img read more

  • St. Mary’s Hospital for Women & Children Birth Records

    first_img Lexi Crider and DaJuan Outlaw, Evansville, daughter, Yilanni Navay, Nov. 25Heaven D’Angelo, Evansville, daughter, Irys-Karma Josephine, Nov. 27Doretha Brown, Evansville, sons, Jaylen Micheal Ray, and Jakylen Raymond Marquis, Nov. 28Katie and Joe O’Neil, Mount Vernon, Ind., son, Rhyland James, Nov. 28Kelley and Matthew Walker, Boonville, Ind., son, Emmitt Matthew, Nov. 28Khadijah Sherman and Caleb Quarles, Evansville, daughter, Kyleigh Olivia, Nov. 28Shanna and Robert Risley, Evansville, daughter, Jersey Mya, Nov. 28Sharmayne and Zachary Dillon, Evansville, son, Finnegan Haddix Weddel, Nov. 28Allea and Riley Heftye, Evansville, daughter, Claire Ann Christine, Nov. 29Emily and Daniel Robinson, Newburgh, son, Jack Ray, Nov. 29Mackenzie and Chase Reneer, Evansville, son, Kaeson Wayne, Nov. 29Jessica and Carl Rainey, Evansville, daughter, Cecillia Noelle, Nov. 30Marisa Patwa and Alexander Roll, Evansville, daughter, Sansa Kathryn, Nov. 30Jerica Mullins and Daemon Gossar, Evansville, son, Gabriel Xander, Dec. 1Kristen and Jack Hudson, Dixon, Ky., son, Connor William, Dec. 1Morgan and Jerry Cullum, Morganfield, Ky., son, Micah James Scott, Dec. 1Amanda Ward and Stephen Smith, Carmi, Ill., daughter, Willow Rayne, Dec. 3Ansar Alsadiq and Ali Alhujairi, Evansville, son, Yusuf Ali, Dec. 3Sadie and David McKeon Jr., Evansville, son, Liam Michael, Dec. 3FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

  • Pet Adoption Event at Grove Street PATH in Jersey City

    first_imgJERSEY CITY — Bideawee, one of New York City’s leading animal welfare organizations, will partner with Furnished Quarters, the leading provider of temporary furnished apartments in the Northeastern United States, to hold a pet adoption event at the Grove St PATH Station in Jersey City on Thursday, April 27 from 4-7 p.m. dogs and cats of all ages and sizes will be available for adoption and looking for their forever homes. There will also be giveaways for both pets and people at this special community event.The event will take place at the entrance to the Grove PATH Station (PATH Plaza), just steps from the Furnished Quarters residences at the Grove Pointe and Marbella apartment buildings in Jersey City.Bideawee’s Mobile Adoption Van will be at the PATH station. ×last_img read more