Sketchy TikTok ads push high-interest payday loans

A group of secretive TikTok advertisers are using sketchy tactics to push massive loans that experts say could run afoul of deceptive advertising laws, The Post has learned. Some of the ads tease “almost instant” five-figure deposits despite bad credit, while others appear to imply they are part of government “inflation programs” and use the … Read more

FDA targets illegal nicotine gummies in new warning letter | Health

By MATTHEW PERRONE – AP Health Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators on Thursday issued a first-of-a-kind warning to the maker of nicotine gummies, saying the illegal candies pose a growing risk to teenagers and younger children. The Food and Drug Administration said the fruit-flavored gummies from Florida manufacturer VPR Brands could cause nicotine poisoning … Read more

You’re not a stakeholder, you’re a product owner

Enterprises make so many mistakes in the commissioning and maintaining of software and applications, but one of the most fundamental is the definition of ‘stakeholder’ in a project. Most enterprise employees who are anointed with this hallowed title take this to mean ‘someone who can demand things’ at worst, to ‘subject matter expert’ at best. … Read more

Animal Rescue Group “Suddenly” Moving from Johnson City Petco

A Southern Tier animal adoption center will soon the place it has called home for the past decade. Every Cat’s Dream – which originally was called Every Dog’s Dream – has announced it will be moving out of the Petco store on Harry L Drive in Johnson City. In a Facebook post, the organization said: … Read more

Montana Law Allows Cadaver Dog Training With Human Remains | Montana News

By SULLIVAN HUEBNER, The Billings Gazette COOKE CITY, Mont. (AP) — When Mark Polakoff pulls human body parts from an old ammo can, it’s just a regular working weekend. Polakoff is a seasoned search-and-rescue dog handler. With nearly 40 years experience, he’s one of Absaroka Search Dogs’ best handlers. He’s also one of the best … Read more

Signs and Life-Saving First Aid Tips

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heat stroke is the single most serious heat-related illness humans experience. And the same is true for our canine friends. attachment-josh-rakower-zBsXaPEBSeI-unsplash Photo by || Unsplash WHAT IS CANINE HEAT STROKE? In simple terms, hyperthermia, more commonly referred to as “heat stroke,” is an elevation in a … Read more

‘We were surprised and appalled’: My wife and I enrolled our terrier, Spencer, at puppy day school. They used electric-shock collars. Should we ask for a refund? Or threaten to sue?

My wife and I adopted a terrier during the pandemic. It was the best decision we ever made, aside from getting married. But this is a close second. We had some minor issues with Spencer — named after the late Diana, one of my wife’s favorite royal figures — “escalating the play,” according to one … Read more

Service is a big part of my job

Name: Ruth Feely Age: 39 Lives: Cork Job title: General Manager, Farmgate Cafe, English Market Salary bracket; Negotiable! Education background: Currently studying Human Resource Management at night time in CIT. Completed certification in Radio Broadcasting in IADT -DL. Hobbies: Long walks with my dog, tasting and exploring new wines, baking, traveling. Describe your job in … Read more

Plenty to see and to do at the Nottinghamshire County Show today

The stirring sound of the RAF’s only remaining airworthy second world war Lancaster bomber will fill the skies at the Nottinghamshire County Show today. The Avro Lancaster, of the type made famous by the heroes of 617 Squadron during the Dambusters raid, will fly over the event at the Newark Showground during the afternoon. Richard … Read more

Beloved Binghamton Restaurant Must Move After Church Buys Site

A popular Chinese restaurant is losing its longtime home because a Binghamton church has acquired the property for an expansion project. Far East Kitchen is shutting down its operation at 287 Main Street on the city’s West Side at the end of business Thursday. Owner Song Chen said he was shocked when he learned he … Read more