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EPA makes it official: consent decree ended

Gloucester Times 15 Oct 2021
In the beginnings of 2021, Hale wrote to federal and state environmental regulators to request that the decree be terminated and the regulators agreed as the city had completed everything it pledged in the decree through its plan to control the combined sewer overflow into the harbor.
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Freddie Mac Prices $724 Million Multifamily K-Deal, K-HG3, Backed by Properties Controlled by ...

Eagle-Tribune 15 Oct 2021
The approximately $724 million in K Certificates (K-HG3 Certificates) are backed by 41 properties indirectly controlled by Harbor Group International, LLC, or its affiliates ... The SASB execution transfers first loss credit risk on either one or multiple properties owned or controlled by a single sponsorship group.
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Thompson arrested on nine child-sex charges

Daily Advance 15 Oct 2021
Currituck Sheriff ... 18 and charged with three felony counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud/forgery ... Scott Saufley Leavel Jr., 30, of the 100 block of Kordol Lane, Point Harbor, was arrested Sept. 19 and charged with possession of a controlled substance while in prison and possession of drug paraphernalia ... Pasquotank Sheriff ... .
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Michigan didn't protect Benton Harbor residents from lead, critics say

Iosco County News Herald 14 Oct 2021
(The Center Square) – For more than two years, state officials failed to control harmful lead levels in Benton Harbor’s water supply that they knew about since 2018 ... The petition claims the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) violated state and federal rules by delaying "a fully compliant corrosion control study.".
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Michigan aims to replace all Benton Harbor lead pipes in 18 months

Michigan Live 14 Oct 2021
At Thursday’s press conference, Benton Harbor Mayor Marcus Muhammad responded to a question about why the city had not been using corrosion control before 2019 by pointing to the city’s previous status under state-appointed emergency management, calling that a “missing part” that “hasn’t even come into the story.”.
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Michigan aims to replace Benton Harbor's lead pipes in 18 months, Gilchrist says

Detroit news 14 Oct 2021
Benton Harbor — Lt ... Garlin Gilchrist said Thursday the state of Michigan is aiming to replace all of Benton Harbor's lead water services lines in the next 18 months in a bid to deal with Benton Harbor's lead-tainted water ... More.State criticized for inadequate response to Benton Harbor water crisis.
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Ohio Supreme Court says PUCO improperly gave FirstEnergy subsidiary approval to operate

Cleveland 14 Oct 2021
... Speaker Larry Householder to secure the passage of House Bill 6, an energy law that -- among other things -- gave a $1 billion-plus ratepayer bailout to two Ohio nuclear plants controlled by then-subsidiary FirstEnergy Solutions (now an independent company called Energy Harbor).
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‘Clueless’ Actress Brittany Murphy’s Tragic Death Exploited in Ghoulish New Documentary

The Daily Beast 14 Oct 2021
The 32-year-old had died a few days earlier at her Los Angeles home, where she’d been holed up with her mysterious and controlling husband, Simon Monjack ... According to the documentary, Monjack controlled every facet of Murphy’s life and, harboring a sick preference for anorexic-looking women, encouraged Murphy to lose weight and get plastic surgery.
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Sandy Parrill: Nature has a tantrum; fall chores — why or why not; and art

The Joplin Globe 14 Oct 2021
It was a dark and stormy night; and in the morning light of a slightly blustery day, branches, twigs, shards of bark and leafy bits covering the ground looked like the aftermath of a war between the trees ... Destroying stems and leaves which harbor eggs and overwintering nymphs is the best control of these pests ... A thing I didn’t know ... Save the dates ... 7.
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MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan blasts racism as source for Benton Harbor’s water crisis

Detroit Metro Times 13 Oct 2021
For the last three years, Benton Harbor has seen a steady increase in the amount of lead in the city’s tap water ... Benton Harbor’s water crisis is coming on the heels of Flint’s water crisis, where government mistrust remains high ... Benton Harbor, like Flint, is a city with a majority Black population, with 80% of its residents identifying as such.
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Blood lead data shows uptick in Benton Harbor, but it’s complicated

Michigan Live 13 Oct 2021
BENTON HARBOR, MI — Testing over the past three years shows an uptick in elevated blood lead levels among children in the county that’s home to Benton Harbor, where the state of Michigan has been distributing bottled water out of concern with lead in the municipal supply ... Unlike the Flint crisis, there was no source water change in Benton Harbor.
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Shiloh man charged with resisting arrest

Daily Advance 11 Oct 2021
26 and charged with possession of schedule II of a controlled substance ... 27 and charged with two counts possession of schedule I controlled substances and possession with intent to sell or deliver schedule II of a controlled substance ... 18 and charged with three felony counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud/forgery.
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‘This is ridiculous.’ Frustrations mount at Benton Harbor lead crisis

Michigan Live 10 Oct 2021
BENTON HARBOR, MI — Two by two, the cars and trucks rolled through God’s Household of Faith church on Pipestone Street ... Bottled water distribution in Benton Harbor right now ... On the treatment side, Benton Harbor only started using corrosion control in March 2019 under state pressure and study ... Benton Harbor urged to use bottled water amid lead crisis.
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The Taliban says it will not cooperate with the US to weed out the Islamic ...

Business Insider 10 Oct 2021
The black flag of the Islamic State. Photo by NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images The Taliban will not cooperate with the US to eliminate extremist groups like the Islamic State from Afghanistan ... Concerns about terrorist networks being harbored in Afghanistan grew after the Taliban seized control of Kabul ... ....
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