BLUE ISLAND, Ill., Oct. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Rafael Fellové, a perseverant man with firm convictions and values, has completed his new book "Money, For What?": an emotional yet purposeful journey of a man who has learned that the only way to attain peace is to eliminate the fixation with money. Oscar Ruiz has done a lot of things, some were regrettable, throughout his lifetime. Every bump in the road leads him to the realization that money will just only complicate things and relationships.
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SPRINGFIELD – A report released Wednesday says staffing shortages at nursing homes in Illinois have reached crisis proportions and that people of color are most at risk of suffering the consequences.
The final report will show that the University of Wisconsin athletic department came out about even financially from the 2020-21 school year that was upended by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The state ended fiscal 2021 with a general-fund surplus of nearly $1.24 billion, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Monday — much more than earlier forecast and money she has indicated could lead to further tax cuts.
Ana de Armas admits becoming a movie star seemed like a distant dream during her childhood.
While speaking to Mason City residents at Central Park on Wednesday afternoon, first-term Iowa Auditor Rob Sand took to summarizing a parable from the New Testament of the Bible. Specifically, the "Parable of the Talents," which can be found in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
The state auditor spoke to MC residents about the sense of sending state troopers to Texas, better funding for schools and being a watchdog.