Harbor station opened in December 1977 to serve a new apartment complex (now The Heights at Cape Ann) located on a bluff above the tracks. Several short turn trains (which had formerly terminated at Manchester but ran to an interlocking just west of Gloucester to switch tracks for the inbound journey) were extended to Harbor at that time. Several trips, including the short turns, were cut in September 1979. On January 30, 1981, service to nearby West Gloucester was discontinued during a round of budget cuts, leaving Harbor as the only station serving the area.
The station was never heavily used - an April 1983 count showed just 35 daily boardings. On November 16, 1984, a fire destroyed Beverly Draw, which connects Salem and Beverly Depot on the line. A shuttle train continued to operate from Rockport to Beverly until January 7, 1985, when it was replaced by bus service. The locomotives used were then trucked to Danvers so they could be repaired at the MBTA's main maintenance facility. When service was restored on December 1, 1985, Harbor station remained closed. West Gloucester, which had more room for parking, reopened instead.
The original meaning of this character was like NOP—when sent to a printer or a terminal, it does nothing (some terminals, however, incorrectly display it as space). When electromechanical teleprinters were used as computer output devices, one or more null characters were sent at the end of each printed line to allow time for the mechanism to return to the first printing position on the next line. On punched tape, the character is represented with no holes at all, so a new unpunched tape is initially filled with null characters, and often text could be "inserted" at a reserved space of null characters by punching the new characters into the tape over the nulls.
Today the character has much more significance in C and its derivatives and in many data formats, where it serves as a reserved character used to signify the end of a string, often called a null-terminated string. This allows the string to be any length with only the overhead of one byte; the alternative of storing a count requires either a string length limit of 255 or an overhead of more than one byte (there are other advantages/disadvantages described under null-terminated string).
Following a further three years away from the music industry, Andre had been quietly writing and recording new material. Andre was offered a recording contract with Conehead Management following the success of his ITV2 fly-on-the-wall documentary, Peter Andre: The Next Chapter. Andre began recording with Conehead in January 2009. On 9 August 2009, "Behind Closed Doors" was revealed as the first single from Andre's upcoming album. The track was co-written by Andre, AC Burrell and Francesca Richard. "Unconditional" was revealed as the second and final single from the album, due for release on 9 November 2009. However, the track had already charted on the UK Singles Chart, following promotion and download sales. Upon the physical release, the track peaked at #50, Andre's second lowest charting single to date. The video for the track premiered on The Box on 16 October 2009. The album itself was released on 19 September 2009, peaking at #3 on the UK Albums Chart, and selling more than 300,000 copies to be certified platinum. The album's tracklisting was confirmed via Play.com on 14 August 2009.
Austin John Winkler (born October 25, 1981) is an American singer-songwriter best known for being the former lead singer of the American rock band Hinder. Winkler was one of the founding members of Hinder and recorded a total of one EP, four studio albums and released twenty-four singles to radio while with them during his 12-year tenure with the band. Since his departure from Hinder, Winkler has continued his career as a solo artist.
Winkler is set to release his first studio album as a solo artist titled Austin John in late 2015 to early 2016.
Time with Hinder 2001-2013
Before forming Hinder with alongside bandmates Cody Hanson and Joe "Blower" Garvey, Winkler sang in a Oklahoma City cover band up until July 2001. While playing at a college party, Winkler met Hanson and Garvey and shortly thereafter the three formed Hinder. Hinder released their debut EP titled Far From Close in 2003 under the independent label Brickden Records, the EP went on to sale around 5,000 copies.
Not so quick, FirstEnergy ... The Akron-based utility that spans five states formally admitted Thursday to bribing state leaders to pad its bottom line at the expense of all Ohio ratepayers ... FirstEnergy Corp. and FirstEnergy Solutions, now called EnergyHarbor, donated $59 million to Generation Now, a 501(c)(4) dark money group controlled by Householder.
Not so quick, FirstEnergy ... The Akron-based utility that spans five states formally admitted Thursday to bribing state leaders to pad its bottom line at the expense of all Ohio ratepayers ... Timeline ... and FirstEnergy Solutions, now called EnergyHarbor, donated $59 million to Generation Now, a 501(c)(4) dark money group controlled by Householder ... .
The Centers for DiseaseControl and Prevention reports that every state in the union is experiencing an increase in infections ... ——— ... and FirstEnergy Solutions, now called EnergyHarbor, donated $59 million to Generation Now, a 501(c)(4) dark money group controlled by Householder ... ——— ... We know a great deal about how they operate and how to control them.
The amusement park said Wednesday advanced reservations are no longer required to visit Carowinds and CarolinaHarbor Waterpark ... The 400-acre park owned by Cedar Fair in Ohio opened under a reservation system in May to control how many people were in the park, along with other safety protocols, because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The league supports stringent controls on the Outer Harbor lands to protect the quality of current and potential drinking water supplies, as well as recharge areas for groundwater. The league urges state elected officials, state authorities and agencies to support a “park designation” of all ECHDC-controlled Outer Harbor land.
Akron-based FirstEnergy will pay a $230 million fine for bribing key Ohio officials in a calculated quest to secure a $1 billion ratepayer-funded bailout for two nuclear plants and fend off future rate hikes ...More ... and FirstEnergy Solutions, now called EnergyHarbor, donated $59 million to Generation Now, a dark money group controlled by Householder.
“We don’t have riot gear, what we have is a helmet.” The searing resentment of a heavily NYPD-regulated park continued for several hours, causing the few attendees harboring opposing viewpoints to leave the meeting early. Discussions continued to spiral out of control as one irate ...
Timeline... and FirstEnergy Solutions, now called EnergyHarbor, donated $59 million to Generation Now, a dark money group controlled by Householder, who is described as Public Official A in Thursday's federal filings ... Gov ... FirstEnergy and its former subsidiary, now called Energy Harbor, have said they are cooperating with federal investigators ... .
None were charged Thursday. Ohio Statehouse corruption ... and FirstEnergy Solutions, now called EnergyHarbor, donated $59 million to Generation Now, a dark money group controlled by Householder, who is described as Public Official A in Thursday's federal filings ... FirstEnergy and Energy Harbor have said they are cooperating with federal investigators ... .
About HarborGroupInternational. Harbor Group International, LLC, and its affiliates control an investment portfolio of $14.5 billion, including 4.4 million square feet of commercial space throughout the United States and the United Kingdom and 53,000 apartment units in the United States ... SOURCE Harbor Group International, LLC.
Good thing, too, but it raises the question. Why has this taken so long?. Advertisement ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... Yes, there’s a group that goes stand-up paddleboarding in Baltimore’s InnerHarbor. And they’re not worried about falling in. » ... It is out of control. Yes, there’s a group that goes stand-up paddleboarding in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor ... » ... 1.
Read full article. KS Arpitha. 20 July 2021, 3.24 pm183;2-min read. Monkey B virus. A 53-year-old male veterinarian in China died in May amidst the coronavirus pandemic due to the Monkey B virus ... Monkey B virus ... However, he died in May ... As per reports from the Centre for DiseaseControl and Prevention (CDC), macaques harbor the virus in their saliva ... .