Alabama judge sends tribal Co. loan claim to arbitration

By Andrew Westney (September 17, 2021, 9:12 p.m. EDT) – An Alabama federal judge referred to arbitration a woman’s proposed class action claiming that a company owned by the Oglala Sioux tribe charged excessive interest for online loans, claiming that his own victory against the company did not allow him …

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Vintage clothing store marks opening with groundbreaking ceremony

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Modern Throwback, a vintage clothing company, marked its grand opening on Friday, September 17 with a groundbreaking ceremony. The ceremony was hosted by Main Street Morgantown and left owner Chayton Luevano in disbelief. Luevano, center, holding scissors during the inauguration ceremony “Honestly, it’s so surreal, just the …

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CSA exclusive: video enables online personalization

Retailers can leverage video content to bridge the gap between in-person and online shopping. In the results of a survey of more than 1,500 consumers exclusively Chain store age through the Hero virtual shopping platform, nearly two-thirds (64%) of those surveyed said that not being able to see products up …

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Gunna had her own day in South Fulton, Georgia

The city of South Fulton, Georgia has officially declared September 16 to be Gunna Day. The rapper posted photos and video of the ceremony in which he was honored by Mayor Bill Edwards, who read an ad that commented on Gunna’s successful career as an artist, raised by a single …

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Springfield Water Commission receives $ 250 million EPA loan

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) – The Springfield Water and Sewer Commission has received a $ 250 million federal infrastructure loan. The loan is designed to help the agency improve water quality and reliability by rehabilitating aging infrastructure throughout the system. The loan will also help restore a hydroelectric power plant that …

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