Thursday Apr 10
150 years of music
For a century-and-a-half, it has been providing music with a variety from marches to show tunes to even country tunes at its concerts.
Community Invited To Support Sexual Assault Survivors April 15
The community is invited to the Atrium of the Hamilton Country Courts Building on Tuesday, April 15, at 9 a.m. for the reading of the Proclamation for Sexual Assault Awareness Month and to honor those who work to end sexual violence in the community.
Land Court urges Queensland reject Alpha Coal project
Queensland's Land Court says the proposed GVK Hancock Alpha Coal Project should only proceed if a number of conditions are imposed.
The Indian Express
The Myth of Origin
"Most designers and weavers in Chanderi do not think about their work in terms of intellectual property or value it as such."
Deutsche Bank Says China Private Stocks Riskier Than SOEs
John-Paul Smith, the Deutsche Bank AG strategist who's been writing about the dangers of buying state-owned Chinese stocks since 2010, says private companies are now a bigger risk to investors as valuations surge.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
CareerTech students achieve earn cybersecurity, welding accolades
A number of CareerTech students won contests within a cybersecurity competition at Hagerstown Community College Feb. 28 and March 1. They were accompanied by Tim Byers, instructor of information systems technology.