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Wilmington OBITUARIES Week of January 27 2019

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are the obituaries published on Wilmington Apple during the week of January 27, 2019:Lived In Wilmington At Time Of Passing:Carl Guarino, 71Joseph Ientile, 80Phyllis M. Jensen, 86Kerin Jean Parker, 37Gerald F. Sullivan, 69Previously Lived In Wilmington:Gertrude E. “Pudge” Cushing, 77William R. Iovanna, 73Arnold F. Lanni, 91Eileen C. (Gregoire) Marsan, 77Worked In/Volunteered In/Connected To Wilmington:Marion E. (Kirkland) Hesketh, 95Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Thank You To Our Sponsor:Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington OBITUARIES (Week of August 11, 2019)In “Obituaries”Wilmington OBITUARIES (Week of August 25, 2019)In “Obituaries”Wilmington OBITUARIES (Week of July 7, 2019)In “Obituaries”last_img read more

Lakme Fashion Week 2019 Hardik Pandya to Kareena Kapoor 10 celebs who

first_imgGenelia D’souza too walked the ramp after a long gap of five years and said, “I am excited to be walking for Jalan. I feel her collection, Banji, is for the modern Indian bride who loves details and intricate craftsmanship and most importantly they are lightweight and easy to carry.” While Ayushmann Khurrana and Disha Patani walked the ramp for designers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna, Arjun Kapoor looked dapper flaunting Kunal Rawal’s creation. Malaika Arora walked the ramp for designer duo Diya and Rajvvir. Malaika took our breaths away with a maroon high-slit dress with ruffled butterfly sleeves and a plunging neckline. InstagramTouted as the biggest and most prestigious fashion show, the Lakme Fashion Week saw the who’s who of the industry walking the ramp in some sleek and stunning outfits. From Hardik Pandya to Kareena Kapoor, a number of A-listers from various industries walked the ramp, showcasing the designer’s creativity and imagination. Let’s take a look.Kareena Kapoor Khan brought an end to the gala event by walking the ramp for Gauri & Nainika in a black ensemble with an exaggerated tail and net details. Kareena had also walked the ramp for the designer duo earlier in an exaggerated red outfit. Shilpa Shetty turned showstopper for designer Punit Balana flaunting her curves in a beautiful golden lehenga and matching blouse. Talking about it, Kareena told PTI, “Walking each season again feels very special. Thanks to Lakme I’m getting a chance to strut for the best of the best. This feels more special because of Gauri and Nainika. We embody the power of women. The freedom of what women want, whether it’s (about) being married, wanting to work, wanting to make your voice heard.” Ayushmann Khurrana, Disha Patani, Farhan Akhtar, Shibani Dandekar and Arjun Kapoor were some of the other celebs who rocked the ramp with their confident walk and impeccable outfits. Ananya Panday too made her ramp debut by walking for designers Anushree Reddy and Arpita Mehta. Kangana Ranaut turned showstopper for Disha Patil wearing a blue lehenga with intricate traditional designs and a satin blouse.last_img read more

Small Business Legislation Highlighted at Prince Georges County Forum

first_imgBy James Wright, Special to the AFRO, jwright@afro.comMaryland State Sens. Mike Miller (D-District 27), James Rosapepe (D-District 21) and Douglas Peters (D-District 23) in addition to Maryland Del. Jay Walker (D-District 26) talked about the recently concluded Maryland General Assembly session April 25 at a forum sponsored by the Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce at The Hotel at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland.David Harrington is the president and CEO of the chamber of commerce and Jason DeLoach of the Alexander & Cleaver law firm is the chairman of the board.Del. Jay Walker, who represents District 26 in the Maryland General Assembly, recently talked about how small businesses fared in the recently concluded legislative session. (Courtesy Photo)“We as a chamber need to know what is going on in Annapolis,” DeLoach said. “Large businesses understand that what’s going on with the legislature but small businesses don’t.”Miller talked about some of the victories for the county that took place during the session. “We saved health care for Marylanders from Donald Trump,” he said, meaning that the assembly passed legislation that retained portions of Obamacare the president sought to gut. “We did that placing a tax on the insurance companies in our state for that.”“We also funded WMATA [the Washington, D.C. metro subway system], an incentive package worth billions for Amazon to come to Maryland, and a school safety bill that ensures a public safety officer at every public high school in Maryland.”Miller said he was especially proud that the assembly passed free community college for poor and working-class residents and extra money for historically Black colleges and universities.Walker is the outgoing leader of the Prince George’s delegation to the House of Delegates. Walker started his remarks by criticizing Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s (R) priority when it comes to jobs.“Gov. Hogan has worked to see that jobs that are coming to the state go to Western Maryland and the Eastern Maryland but we need to bring those jobs to the DMV [District, Maryland & Virginia],” Walker, first elected to the assembly in 2006, said.Walker said the county delegation worked to secure funding for the new public hospital to be located in Largo, Md., next to the Largo Town Center Metro Center. “The hospital was slated to have 200 beds but now it will have 300 because of the efforts of my colleagues and me,” he said.Rosapepe said his colleagues worked to put more money in school construction and to address overcrowding in schools, particularly in the northern section of the county. During his remarks, Peters gave the audience a quick tutorial on how the process works in Annapolis.“This session, we had 3,100 bills to consider,” he said. “Obviously, we couldn’t get to all of them. If you have a bill that has a fiscal note of $250,000, it’s not going to be considered because of the high cost.”There was a discussion about minority-owned businesses and getting their share of state contracting work. Walker noted a bill of Del. Jazz Lewis (D-District 24) that would streamline the state’s certification process with the federal governments’ so businesses in the state won’t have to go through duplicate processes.last_img read more