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Are Rideshare Services Like Uber Legal?

Ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft are now operating in cities all over the world, but they don’t appear to follow any of the normal rules for taxis or car services. In fact, they don’t even have to register as a car service. So, what’s going on? Are Uber and Lyft even legal? Technically, Yes.… Read More »

Community Development

>>Well, just skills, major develope skills in analytical research, statistics, quantitative. Well, for the Community Development major, students would go into community planning, urban development. So there’re different tracks in it. For example, they may get into housing and development. Typically some places that work in that field are community development corporations, CDCs. Some people… Read More »

Sir Graham Douglas gets fine and community service

300 hours community work and a $100,000 fine. That’s the penalty that’s been handed down to former justice minister Sir Douglas Graham and his three colleagues from Lombard finance for misleading over 3000 investors which resulted in those investors losing over $111 million. Some say the penalty wasn’t harsh enough. Sir Douglas Graham wasn’t forthcoming… Read More »

Driving to Serve: Planned Parenthood’s doors are always open

Imperial County has the 3rd largest teen birth rates in the state of California. One of the issues in Imperial County is that we do have a shortage of providers. So in order to provide services in Imperial County at our Planned Parenthood clinic, we actually have clinicians commuting from different counties. Having Planned Parenthood… Read More »

Hundreds donate food on Community Service Day

KATHY: A HUGE COMMUNITY SERVICE EFFORT IN FOLSOM TODAY HUNDREDS OF VOLUNTEERS JOINED MORE THAN TWO DOZENS PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. AS KCRA THREE’S LETICIA ORDAZ REPORTS ONE PARTICULAR PROJECT IS SHOWING HOW MUCH NEIGHBORS CARE ABOUT EACH OTHER. LETICIA: THEY HAVE THE GOAL TO COLLECT 80,000 POUNDS OF FOOD FOR FAMILIES IN NEED AND… Read More »

Senior fitness workouts – working with you to achieve your goals

The therapists really help me, are terrific about they they encourage you they can tell you off in a really nice way so that you sort of realise that you’ve got to try a little bit harder or you’ve got to change something along the way and they reassess me every few months to see… Read More »

The 52nd Annual City of Fairfax Independence Day Parade

hello and welcome to the 52nd annual city of Fairfax independence day parade I’m Rachel Roth city screen 12 and I’m Lou Kats with the all-new hound radio at Hound radio.com happy birthday America we are live today as we are every year on City screen 12 on both the cox and verizon cable systems… Read More »

Neighborhood Closeup: VivaCity

– [Narrator] This week on The Handle.In the second of a three part serieson the city’s in-depth neighborhood plans,learn about the past andfuture of Amarillo’s Barrio,and get an exclusive tour of Llano Cemetery.Plus, get bitten by the retro gaming bug.All of this right now on Panhandle PBS,as we tell the stories of the Texas panhandle.–… Read More »

CSB: Making a Difference in Our Community

I am the nursing supervisor here I’ve worked for CSB for approximately 7 years. I manage the medication clinic as well as supervise all nurses in the building. The Be Well program has been started up approximately 3 years ago as a grant which involves integrated primary health care and mental health services unit. We’re… Read More »

South Africa Service Learning Program: Cape Town Community | Marquette University

The South African Service Learning Program in Cape Town started in 2005. With a goal of having our young people from Marquette University to have an insight to global challenges, and issues that people are facing around the world. The Cape Town Refugee Center was founded in 1994. Our organization seeks to serve vulnerable refugees… Read More »