The ad named in the complaint was recruiting officers for the Greensboro Police Department.
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Getting from where we are to where we want to be is both exciting and challenging at times. Sometimes we spend so much time and energy thinking about all the steps in between that we exhaust ourselves before we really even begin. Then, we feel stuck and can’t quite seem to move forward.
Blue-collar jobs are growing at their fastest rate in more than 30 years, helping fuel a hiring boom in many small towns and rural areas that are strong supporters of President Donald Trump ahead of November’s mid-term elections.
The company said it is responding to changing demand.
William Ferris grew up on a farm in Mississippi, which is where he first heard the voices that shaped him. They were farmers and writers and musicians, black and white and all living in segregated Mississippi, a state defined to many outsiders by the murder of Emmett Till in 1955. (Ferris was 13 at the time.)
The first time I saw Billy Kaye, in February 2017, was in New York at the weekly Monday Night Jam at the Jazz Foundation of America, a nonprofit that assists struggling musicians. He looked like he had just come out of a movie set from 1950, wearing a fedora, beautiful suit and shirt. I felt a little shy when I approached him — he was 84 then, 5 feet 5 inches tall and one of the most respected jazz musicians still playing at that age, and here I was, this 5-foot-10 German woman with a funny accent asking him whether I could follow him around to document his life in the years to come.
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It’s that time of year when many of us are, in one way or another, preparing for the return of the school year. There are many things to consider including class schedules, tuition bills, supply lists and much more — all in the pursuit of a good education.
Like so many people juggling a career, a commute and unexpected day-to-day chores, Whitney Block’s life unfurls in a perpetual state of semi-controlled chaos.
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If you’re interviewing for jobs and coming up empty, manage your emotions or they’ll manage you. If you walk around dressed in a bad attitude, the people whose help you want most, are least likely to help.
HOUSTON - He still looks every bit the NASA astronaut he once was. Same chest-out posture. Same Top Gun instincts. Same American flag on the left shoulder of his flight suit. Chris Ferguson even has a call sign, “Fergy.”
HOUSTON — NASA on Friday announced the crews of the first flights from U.S. soil since the space shuttle retired in 2011, an elite group of astronauts that the agency hopes will help open a new era of space travel. The crews would fly on spacecraft developed not by NASA but by two corporations, SpaceX and Boeing, which are under contract to provide a taxi-like service to the International Space Station. On the first human test flight of Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft, NASA selected astronauts Eric Boe and Nicole Mann to join Boeing executive Chris Ferguson. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley would fly on the first human test flight of SpaceX’s Dragon capsule. On the first operational mission to the International Space Station, Sunita Williams and Josh Cassada would fly for Boeing. NASA astronauts Victor Glover and Michael Hopkins would fly Dragon’s first operational mission to the space station. “It’s absolutely an opportunity of a lifetime,” said Mann, who was selected as an astronaut in 2013. “The first flight is something you dream about as a test pilot,” said Hurley, who flew on the last shuttle mission. He then added that it looked the launch date was finally approaching, and that the mission would actually happen. In 2014, Boeing and SpaceX were awarded a combined $6.8 billion in contracts from NASA to develop spacecraft capable of flying crews to the station, the orbiting laboratory. Leading up to the ceremony at the Johnson Space Center here, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said it was a historic moment for the agency: “We are going to launch American astronauts from American soil. That’s a big deal.” Both Boeing and SpaceX have faced setbacks and delays — with the latest schedule slips being announced on Thursday. While both companies had recently said they would conduct their first test flights with astronauts on board by the end of this year, those flights are now scheduled for 2019. Gwynne Shotwell, the president of SpaceX told the crews on Friday: “What a sacred honor this was to be part of this program and to fly you. Thank you. We take it very seriously. We won’t let you down.” SpaceX said it would fly crews by April of next year. Boeing said only that it would fly NASA’s astronauts by the middle of next year. Last week, Boeing confirmed that it had a problem with its launch-abort system, which is designed to ferry crews to safety in the event of an emergency. In a call with reporters this week, John Mulholland, Boeing’s program manager, said several of the valves failed to fully close, resulting in a propellant leak. Boeing has since identified the problem, he said, and is working to fix it. “The result is that we’ll have a better and safer spacecraft,” he said. SpaceX did not give a reason for the delay of its first crewed test flight. But it had been working to resolve an issue with its second stage that caused one of its Falcon 9 rockets to explode while it was being fueled ahead of an engine test. “Safely and reliably flying commercial crew missions for NASA remains the highest priority for SpaceX,” Benji Reed, SpaceX’s director of crew mission management, said in a statement. SpaceX, however, moved up the uncrewed test flight of its Dragon spacecraft from December to November of this year. Since the shuttle was retired seven years ago, U.S. astronauts have had to fly on Russian rockets from a remote launch site in Kazakhstan. In a recent report, the Government Accountability Office said that further delays in NASA’s “Commercial Crew” program could “disrupt access” to the space station, which would be an enormous embarrassment for NASA after investing about $100 billion to build and operate it. The report warned that the companies’ schedules are “aggressive” and that they “have set ambitious — rather than realistic — dates, only to frequently delay them.”
The six-story, 120-room hotel will go up near the traffic circle at South Greene and West McGee streets in Greensboro.
The jet costs $300,000 more than the standard HondaJet.
Cooper Hefner has his father’s translucent skin and mischievous smile, which stretches across his face like a flat line. He’s lankier but has the same eyes, impenetrable bits of brown seaglass below that high forehead.
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