Margaret Kennard, incumbent and candidate for Roswell City Council Ward 2 (Lisa Dunlap Photo) Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record Margaret Kennard said she believes her first two years as an appointed Roswell City Council member prepared her for a four-year term and a focus on infrastructure improvements and budgetRead More →

A young apprentice carpenter from Plymouth won a prestigious award after attending a scintillating ceremony in London earlier this month. Henry Powell went straight from Saltash Community School to a Level Two Carpentry and Carpentry apprenticeship with Barratt Homes and has not looked back since. Despite training during the pandemicRead More →

Steven Rosenblum, right, and Brecken Rosenblum, left, compete in an arm wrestling tournament. (Courtesy of Steven Rosenblum) For Steven Rosenblum, a Jewish resident of northeast Philadelphia, the standoff isn’t just a sleight of hand. A few years ago it became his main hobby. Then it turned into his side hustle,Read More →

JEDDAH: Government authorities in Saudi Arabia continue to intensify their labor reforms to improve the working environment and strengthen laws to protect workers’ rights and establish an attractive working environment. Last year, the Saudi Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development launched a labor reform initiative that streamlines labor marketRead More →

When Max Alff graduated from high school, he hadn’t initially planned on studying any longer. He enrolled at the North Carolina State Agricultural Institute for Ornamental Plant and Landscape Technology, planning to earn his associate’s degree and enter the workforce. “I love working in the landscape industry and didn’t wantRead More →