Day: October 2, 2020

Owner of Janesville house set for demolition keeps fighting | Government

City officials say Ty Bollerud’s house at 419 S. Walnut St. will come down, but that hasn’t stopped Bollerud from fighting the city on what he believes is “heinous policy.”

After three years of back and forth between the city and Bollerud, the house and garage on the Walnut Street property will be demolished sometime after today, but the exact date depends on the level of cooperation from Bollerud and other people who live in

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Forget GE Stock, Buy This Industrial Stock Instead

General Electric (NYSE:GE), despite its iconic name, has been working for more than a decade to get its business back on track. And the global pandemic has only made it harder.

If you are looking at potentially investing in GE stock right now, you really should consider equally iconic 3M (NYSE:MMM) instead. It’s got its own headwinds, but this industrial stock is in much better shape today. Here’s what you need to know about

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Sunak unveils new job support scheme; warns he cannot save every business

LONDON (Reuters) – British finance minister Rishi Sunak announced a new jobs support scheme on Thursday that would help firms employ people on shorter hours, but warned he could not save every business or job.

“The government will directly support the wages of people in work, giving businesses who face depressed demand the option of keeping employees in a job on shorter hours, rather than making them redundant,” Sunak told parliament.

Sunak said the scheme

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Insurance company won’t cover much of Whitehall Junior-Senior High School water damage | Local

Whitehall Junior-Senior High School damage

Seen here is damage to Whitehall Junior-Senior High School from the storms on Aug. 24. The district’s insurance company said Thursday that much of the damage was from flooding, and not water and sewer backup, so it would not be covered. 

Michael Goot

WHITEHALL — Whitehall school officials received news on Thursday afternoon that its insurance company was denying much of its claim for the significant damage to the junior-senior high school building from the

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Chadwick Boseman Took Money Out of His ’21 Bridges’ Salary to Boost Sienna Miller’s Pay

Sienna Miller revealed in an interview with Empire magazine this week that Chadwick Boseman took money out of his salary to ensure she received equal pay on their 2019 crime thriller “21 Bridges.” The two actors starred opposite each other in the Brian Kirk-directed feature, which Boseman also produced. Miller said she intended to take an acting break when Boseman first approached her to join him in “21 Bridges.”

“He had been really active in

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