Monday Apr 14
The Medina Gazette
Ruth deAlva Ritterspach
Ruth deAlva Ritterspach, 89, of Upper Sandusky and formerly of Nevada, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 11, 2014 at her home in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, surrounded by the love of her family at her bedside.
Connected Nation States Surpass National Average in Broadband Adoption
These strong findings show that the work we are doing to promote broadband access, adoption, and use is producing concrete results.
Fleet Owner Magazine
ATA, NTTC ask Congress for hazmat reforms
William Downey, executive vice president for corporate affairs and chief security officer at The Kenan Advantage Group, made several recommendations to improve hazmat transportation during a hearing in Congress yesterday.
Premium Brands Holdings Corporation Announces March 2014 Dividend
Unless indicated otherwise in writing at or before the time the dividend is paid, each dividend paid by the Company in 2014 or a subsequent year is an eligible dividend for the purposes of the Enhanced Dividend Tax Credit System.
Black Voice News
Gun Violence Aimed at Black Males Triggers Concern
Several new studies confirm what most people have suspected all along: No group is harmed more by gun violence than young Black males.