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Postal Service Food Drive May 11

first_imgOcean City Post Office (Photo credit Letter carriers across the country, in partnership with the U.S. Postal Service, will be collecting food for families in need on Saturday, May 11. In Ocean City, carriers ask that residents collect and bag non-perishable food items, then place them by their mailboxes for pickup. All food will be donated to the Ocean City Ecumenical Council Community Food Cupboard. Please do not include items that have expired or are in glass containers. Volunteers are needed to help unload trucks and weigh, sort and shelve items. Students needing community service hours are welcome. For more information and to confirm attendance, call Dottie Cianci at 609-398-5563. Some recommended items include:• Canned meats• Canned vegetables• Cans of fruit• Cans of soup• Cereal• Tuna• Cans of tomatoes• Macaroni-and-cheese• Cans of ravioli, Spaghetti O’s• Pork and beans• Ramen noodles• Individual packets of dry milk• Juice• Jelly• Peanut butter• Jello/pudding mix• Crackers• RiceMicrowaveable items are also needed, including:• Mac-and-cheese• Ravioli, Spaghetti O’s, lasagna• Cups of soup• Microwave soups• Microwave rice• Hormel microwave mealsLaundry detergent, dish detergent, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, toilet paper and paper towel are also requested.last_img read more

University Mall boasts 100 percent occupancy

first_imgUniversity Mall has announced a 100 percent occupancy rate, as of September 2010, in itsr 612,000-square-foot, 75-store shopping mall located on Dorset Street in South Burlington, Vermont. The full occupancy comes with the addition of several new stores including a 6,778 sf Rue21, opening August 26, a 585 sf Lids and a 25,500 sf Spirit Halloween, both opening in September, and the temporary relocation of Bath & Body Works while their current space undergoes renovation.  Also, Things Remembered, an engraving kiosk will open next to McDonald’s in September.  Avenue A, a locally owned women’s clothing store, has relocated to the mall’s south end to accommodate Rue21.  University Mall is family-owned by Finard Properties LLC of Burlington, Massachusetts and was founded by William Finard in 1979.Source: University Mall. 8.19.2010last_img read more

Dak Prescott contract: Cowboys have no time frame for deal, Jerry Jones says

first_imgMORE: How NFL franchise tags work The Cowboys have until mid-July to sign Prescott to a long-term deal.”I don’t have a time frame. It’s not in a list of priorities, as you could imagine, with everything that we all are dealing with as well as what we’re doing with the draft,” Jones said during a conference call Tuesday.”I don’t have the time frame, but I’m not concerned about that at all as to any of those issues. Again, no surprises here. No surprise on the amount that the franchise counts against the [cap], and no surprise we’re sitting here relative to where we are without a long-term agreement. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones is unworried about Dak Prescott’s contract situation, saying there is no time frame to re-sign the quarterback.The team placed the exclusive franchise tag on Prescott last month. Reports on Tuesday said the tag is now worth $31.4 million, up from $26.9 million at the beginning of this year’s free agency period, after new contracts for restricted NFL free agents. The revised tag amount places Prescott, 26, seventh in NFL quarterback pay for 2020. “What is the issue here and the challenge is how do we have communication with everyone and do the best we can with what we’ve got and what the league is doing as it pertains to getting our team ready. Dak is very much a part of that.”Prescott had an 8-8 record last season despite throwing for a career-high 4,902 yards and 30 touchdowns. Dallas missed the playoffs.last_img read more