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Woodland has many small businesses that have faced various issues that have made it extremely difficult to survive a global pandemic, labor shortages and supply chain issues. Below are thoughts from managers and business owners from three different areas of Woodland detailing the struggles of the past year and their hopes for the future. David …

As residents of San Diego County prepare to say goodbye to 2021, there are a few things to be aware of regarding New Years Eve. From what services are still available to extended and even free transit, here are some changes brought Friday for the celebrations. Free transportation San Diegans will have options to return …

Nigerian Basketball Federation (NBBF) stakeholders and statutory delegates pledged their support for Igoche Mark’s ambition for the federation’s top spot. NBBF chiefs who spoke to LEADERSHIP Sports in Abuja declared their support for Mark’s candidacy, saying his ambition was in the best interests of Nigerian basketball and its practitioners. Kaduna State Basketball Association President and …

Alisa Pyszka, president of Bridge Economic Development, will challenge Metro Council president Lynn Peterson next year. Pyszka, 50 years old, held various positions in the private and public sectors in planning and economic development since moving here from Kansas in 1996. Most recently, she was a senior consultant for a period of five years Global …

The fireworks will return to Brisbane for New Years Eve after being canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Two 10-minute fireworks displays will take place at South Bank, launched from the Brisbane River at 8:30 p.m. and midnight. Deputy Mayor Krista Adams said more than six tons of fireworks and 60,000 fireworks displays will help …

The “supply chain” seems to be a common answer to all that is wrong with the world these days. This is because the supply chain is a shortcut for how the world is connected – from idea to product to consumer. This supply chain disaster is real. Thank God. Human psychology, and all of these …

Freight containers are stacked on a ship on November 22, 2021 in Bayonne, New Jersey. Spencer Platt | Getty Images Morgan Stanley said the most serious supply chain disruptions are already easing and will be more fully addressed in the first half of 2022. This is the baseline scenario presented by the investment bank in …

Train-Bus hybrid public transport vehicles in service in Japan A fleet of buses that can also be used as trains has started providing public transport services in Japan. The train-buses called DMV (Dual-Mode Vehicle), which stands for dual-function vehicle, can run on both rail and road. The midibus-sized DMVs, which began serving Tokushima province in …

From sailors refusing to reboard ships to truck drivers whose concerns over COVID-related border closures outweigh the lure of a wage hike, the transportation industry braces for another year of A roller coaster of supply chain disruption. As Omicron infections increase and governments tighten restrictions, logistics companies around the world, from global giants to small …

Bullish FEELING: Local institutional investors would continue to buy stocks, but strong technical resistance could be seen before 18,250 points, an analyst said. Yesterday, TAIEX took advantage of momentum from an earlier session to close above 18,000 points at an all-time high, with the benchmark electronics sector, particularly semiconductor stocks, leading the reprise. “Rotational buying …