New York WWII hero’s family plead for stolen war medals to be returned — WGN-TV

NORTHVILLE, N.Y. — On Labor Day weekend, someone broke into the DeWitt’s lake house twice and ransacked their home. They took their jewelry boxes, chainsaws, hand tools, weed wacker, and electronics. What the family can’t replace is a picture framed with their father’s war medals and memories of his time in the Air Force during… New York WWII hero’s family plead for stolen war medals to be returned — WGN-TV Continue reading New York WWII hero’s family plead for stolen war medals to be returned — WGN-TV

Co-op Foundation awards grants worth £300k to help young people improve community spaces — Colleague stories

Jim Cooke, Head of the Co-op Foundation, gives us more details about the grants and who they’ve been awarded too. Co-op Foundation awards grants worth £300k to help young people improve community spaces — Colleague stories Continue reading Co-op Foundation awards grants worth £300k to help young people improve community spaces — Colleague stories

CDB Financial Leasing cancels purchase of 29 Boeing 737 MAX jets — Financial Post

SYDNEY — China Development Bank (CDB) Financial Leasing Co said on Monday it had agreed with Boeing Co to cancel the purchase of 29 undelivered 737 MAX jets. Read More CDB Financial Leasing cancels purchase of 29 Boeing 737 MAX jets — Financial Post Continue reading CDB Financial Leasing cancels purchase of 29 Boeing 737 MAX jets — Financial Post

Shockproofing Canada: Empty grocer shelves don’t signal food security issues, but there are challenges looming — Financial Post

Bigger problems are expected as the system runs into bottlenecks caused by farm labour shortages and virus outbreaks at processing plants Shockproofing Canada: Empty grocer shelves don’t signal food security issues, but there are challenges looming — Financial Post Continue reading Shockproofing Canada: Empty grocer shelves don’t signal food security issues, but there are challenges looming — Financial Post

UK throws coronavirus lifeline to more big businesses — Financial Post

LONDON — Britain will allow more large businesses to apply for government funds, finance minister Rishi Sunak announced on Thursday, after many risked being left to collapse while the coronavirus outbreak tears through the economy. Read More UK throws coronavirus lifeline to more big businesses — Financial Post Continue reading UK throws coronavirus lifeline to more big businesses — Financial Post

U.S. revises cost justification of mercury rule for coal plants — Financial Post

The Trump administration revised the cost-benefit analysis for an Obama-era rule that forced coal-fired power plants to cut their mercury emissions, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler said on Thursday. Read More U.S. revises cost justification of mercury rule for coal plants — Financial Post Continue reading U.S. revises cost justification of mercury rule for coal plants — Financial Post

Transflo and American Trucking Associations Partner to Bring Critical Information to Truck Drivers During COVID-19 Pandemic — Financial Post

TAMPA, Fla. — Transflo has partnered with American Trucking Associations (ATA) on the Driver Assist Task Force platform and mobile app, a suite of free digital tools to give truck drivers and fleets a trusted platform with health and safety information to help keep supply chains moving during situations like the recent COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.… Transflo and American Trucking Associations Partner to Bring Critical Information to Truck Drivers During COVID-19 Pandemic — Financial Post Continue reading Transflo and American Trucking Associations Partner to Bring Critical Information to Truck Drivers During COVID-19 Pandemic — Financial Post

Sterling rises to one-month highs versus dollar, euro — Financial Post

LONDON — Sterling rose to one-month highs versus the dollar and euro on Tuesday, as signs that lockdown measures may be slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus strengthened currencies seen as riskier bets. Read More Sterling rises to one-month highs versus dollar, euro — Financial Post Continue reading Sterling rises to one-month highs versus dollar, euro — Financial Post

Boeing 737 MAX cancellations mount amid production halt — Financial Post

Boeing Co on Tuesday reported another 75 cancellations for its 737 MAX jetliner in March, as the coronavirus crisis worsens disruptions from the grounding of its best-selling jet. Read More Boeing 737 MAX cancellations mount amid production halt — Financial Post Continue reading Boeing 737 MAX cancellations mount amid production halt — Financial Post

Trump EPA declines to tighten soot pollution standards — Financial Post

The Trump administration on Tuesday said it rejected a recommendation from staff scientists at the Environmental Protection Agency to tighten air quality regulations governing soot pollution, arguing the current standards are adequate to protect human health. Read More Trump EPA declines to tighten soot pollution standards — Financial Post Continue reading Trump EPA declines to tighten soot pollution standards — Financial Post