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Archive for March, 2021

Month: March 2021

Some kitchen tools are meant to last a lifetime (cast-iron skillet, we’re looking at you), but there are others that you should probably replace more than you’d think. Recently, Ina Garten revealed to Food & Wine that we should be tossing our zesters and vegetable peelers every 12 months. (Be honest: Have you ever replaced […]

Month: March 2021

Miami Beach Police arrested Pacheco on the scene and charged her with a felony count of aggravated battery on a pregnant victim. The woman beaten by the North Miami Beach officer was rushed by Miami Beach Fire Rescue to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she gave birth. There’s no word this morning on the condition of […]

Month: March 2021

Tania Pacheco is the owner of TP Bookkeeping, a full-service bookkeeping and small business advisory firm located on the South Shore. Tania began her career over a decade ago in the airline industry while working nights and weekends at restaurants in her hometown on Cape Cod. She joined the team at Barbara Lynch Collective in […]

Month: March 2021

You can get Panera’s new healthy soup in a cup, bowl, or bread bowl. It’s available in restaurants nationwide now, and is Panera’s first new permanent soup in three years.

Month: March 2021

A man from northwest Arkansas has gone missing while celebrating his graduation from medical school in Guadalajara, Mexico, according to his friends and family. Jessy Pacheco, who also attended the University of Arkansas — Fort Smith, was last seen Saturday, CBS affiliate KFSM-TV reported. Pacheco’s family fears he has been kidnapped after spending time at a […]

Month: March 2021

Some quick takeaways from Rutgers’ second full pads practice of training camp on Thursday, August 9, 2018 (8/9/18) at the Marco Battaglia Practice Complex in Piscataway, N.J.

Month: March 2021

“I volunteered to be a COVID-19 vaccinator to help my community,” says Pharmacy Manager Raquel Pacheco. Like so many cities across the country, Fall River, Massachusetts was hard hit by the pandemic. Raquel immediately put her years of experience to work, training staff and establishing her CVS Pharmacy as one of the first CVS Pharmacy […]

Month: March 2021

In the face of climate change and severe weather, there is a risk of more prolonged droughts in California. Despite recent storms in March, Santa Clara County is now in a drought and it is unknown how severe it will get. Valley Water remains focused on preparing for future dry and wet years through a […]

Month: March 2021

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Month: March 2021

A large majority of Americans get a tax refund each year and the national average is close to $3,000. The bad news is that your refund is essentially a zero-interest loan you’ve extended to the federal government over the course of the year. But the good news is that when Uncle Sam pays the loan […]