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  • The Latest: US government seizes over 10M fake N95 masks

    first_imgLocal NewsBusiness Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 17, 2021 WhatsApp The Latest: US government seizes over 10M fake N95 masks Previous articleSoftServe acquiert le statut d’Expert en droit et gouvernement, dans le cadre du programme Google Cloud Partner AdvantageNext articleElement Solutions Inc Declares Dividend of $0.05 Per Share Digital AIM Web Support Twitter Facebookcenter_img Bishop J. Douglas Deshotel sprinkles ashes on the head of parishioners during Ash Wednesday, at Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021 in Lafayette, La. Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest TAGS  last_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

  • Police Commissioner wants two acts enacted in 2012

    first_img Share LocalNews Police Commissioner wants two acts enacted in 2012 by: – November 18, 2011 Share Share 32 Views   no discussionscenter_img Sharing is caring! Tweet Police Commissioner Cyril Carette.Police Commissioner of the Police Force in Dominica, Cyril Carette, is hopeful that two essential acts to the enforcement will be enacted in the New Year.A Traffic Act and Bail Act are two pertinent pieces of legislation which the commissioner believes will assist the police department in ensuring that law and order are maintained in the country.According to Mr Carette; breathalyzers, wearing of seatbelts, proper protective gear for cyclists and adhering to speed limit are all areas which will be enforced when the Traffic Act comes into effect.“The new law that I would like to see come on the books is the new Traffic Act, I think that is in progress now. Persons will have to use their seat belts; all the cyclists will have to put on their helmets and head gears and the other things that go with the safety of individuals and the speed limit. I think maybe we need to see how we can get things like the breathalyzers for people driving under the influence and so on. So I would like to see the Traffic Act really come into effect.” Mr Carette is also advocating for the Bails Act to come into effect as he says this will assist the magistrates to determine an offenders should be remanded in custody or granted bail.“I would also like to see the Bails Act really come into effect as well in the New Year because we’ve been having problems. We do not have it at this time and you find that there are persons who used to be remanded in custody and now because of that you do not have it and there is no specificity with regard to what you do to the individuals.”Carette also pointed out that whether or not a magistrate grants bail to a repeat offender or those who commit heinous crimes is not a matter for his or her discretion as it is not specified in law, but is an issue that the new act will address.“You find that persons who commit heinous crimes they are on the loose again sometimes to repeat those crimes again and you need to have them really behind bars because there is nothing telling you or forcing you to keep them. It is a matter of discretion but there will be no discretion because you will be guided by the legislation,” he said.These new acts which according to the commissioner are being finalizing are expected to come into effect in March of 2012. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more