House Passes U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementing Legislation

first_img Facebook Twitter SHARE By NAFB News Service – Dec 19, 2019 Home Indiana Agriculture News House Passes U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementing Legislation Agriculture groups are calling on the Senate to “finish the job” and pass the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement following approval in the House of Representatives Thursday. The U.S. House overwhelmingly passed implementing legislation for USMCA, sending the trade agreement to the Senate.The vote came following a delay of more than a year to make changes and reach an agreement between House Democrats and the Trump administration. Representative Richard Neal, who led the House efforts to modify the agreement, says the transformed trade deal approved Thursday “closes important loopholes and enables the United States to ensure our trading partners live up to their commitments.”Senate leader Mitch McConnell last week stated the Senate would not consider approving the agreement until after the Senate completes an impeachment trial in January. Members of the National Corn Growers Association were in Washington this week, urging the Senate to quickly consider and pass the trade agreement in the new year.“I’ve long said that support for USMCA crosses political parties, the bipartisan passage of the agreement today is proof of that,”  said Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue. “I am pleased the House finally brought this agreement to a vote and encourage quick passage in the Senate. President Trump delivered on his promise to replace NAFTA and USMCA is a huge success for America’s farmers and ranchers. This agreement will unleash the bounty of America’s agricultural harvest to two of our largest trading partners in the world and it is critical to the success of rural America.” House Passes U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementing Legislation SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleHouse, Senate, Pass Ag Spending PackageNext articleContinued Dry, Lower Grain Markets and Recapping the Indy Farm Expo on the Friday Morning Edition NAFB News Servicelast_img read more

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Mr. Cooper Supporting Customers Affected by Harvey and Irma

first_img In the aftermath of a natural disaster, the dream of homeownership is shaken as people face the challenge of rebuilding their homes and their lives. The devastation of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma has certainly tested this dream for so many people.As one of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers, Mr. Cooper is focused on doing all we can to help our customers impacted by the recent hurricanes. At this time, Mr. Cooper is automatically waiving or refunding late fees for mortgage payments of affected customers and holding negative reporting to credit bureaus. We’re also staffing on-site teams through a series of events to help customers through the insurance and loss mitigation process. In addition, many of our customers are enrolling in forbearance modifications to allow for immediate relief as mortgage payments are delayed.We’re also proud of the generosity and compassion Mr. Cooper team members have shown for the people affected by the hurricanes. In addition to donating items to our drive and volunteering their time to lend a helping hand to our local non-profits, team members have also donated more than $110,000 to our American Red Cross campaign – of which Mr. Cooper will match dollar for dollar without limit.We’re focused on doing what we can to provide support, but the road to recovery for these communities won’t be easy. It is critical that our entire industry work together to help those affected. Mr. Cooper is committed to finding better solutions for our customers and will continue to work side-by-side with our industry partners to explore new ways to support those impacted. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, Headlines, Loss Mitigation, News Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Subscribe Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Tagged with: hurricane harvey Hurricane Irma Mr. Cooper September 19, 2017 3,053 Views Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Previous: Five Star Conference: Where Business Gets Done Next: FHA Loans Could Lead to Portfolio Growth for Servicers The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Joey Pizzolato is the Online Editor of DS News and MReport. He is a graduate of Spalding University, where he holds a holds an MFA in Writing as well as DePaul University, where he received a B.A. in English. His fiction and nonfiction have been published in a variety of print and online journals and magazines. To contact Pizzolato, email [email protected] Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days agocenter_img hurricane harvey Hurricane Irma Mr. Cooper 2017-09-19 Joey Pizzolato Share Save The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago  Print This Post The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Mr. Cooper Supporting Customers Affected by Harvey and Irma Sign up for DS News Daily About Author: Joey Pizzolato Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Mr. Cooper Supporting Customers Affected by Harvey and Irmalast_img read more

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SC Dismisses Plea For Conduct of “Free & Fair” Elections In West Bengal As Well As Protection of Opposition Party Workers & Leaders

first_imgTop StoriesSC Dismisses Plea For Conduct of “Free & Fair” Elections In West Bengal As Well As Protection of Opposition Party Workers & Leaders Radhika Roy25 Jan 2021 3:34 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a plea seeking for directions to the Centre, West Bengal government and Election Commission to ensure free and fair elections in the elections scheduled to be held this year in West Bengal. A Bench comprising of Justices Ashok Bhushan, Hemant Gupta and R. Subhash Reddy refused to entertain the plea and directed the Petitioner to take “other…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a plea seeking for directions to the Centre, West Bengal government and Election Commission to ensure free and fair elections in the elections scheduled to be held this year in West Bengal. A Bench comprising of Justices Ashok Bhushan, Hemant Gupta and R. Subhash Reddy refused to entertain the plea and directed the Petitioner to take “other remedies available under the law”. Justice Bhushan further observed the Petitioner that it was an Article 32 petition and the fundamental rights of Petitioner in the instant matter had not been violated, and neither was she from West Bengal. The plea, by Advocate Vineet Dhanda filed on behalf of Advocate Puneet Kaur Dhanda, sought for issuance of directions to the Election Commission of India (EC) to submit a detailed report regarding bogus voters in the State of West Bengal and also to direct the EC to take appropriate action in removal of “bogus voters” from the voters list. It was further contended that Hindus were not allowed to vote and the votes were casted on their behalf by bogus voters. “There are districts like Murshidabad, Malda, Uttar Dinajpur, Birbhum, South 24 Pargana, Nadia, Haora, Koch Bihar, North 24 Pargana, Dakshin Dinajpur, Kolkata where Muslim population is in majority and obstruction is made by the Muslim voters when Hindu voters move out to cast their votes,” it adds. The plea also made references to killing of leaders of opposition party as well as the workers and requested that the CBI be issued directions to conduct a detailed investigation in the cases involving deaths of opposition party workers and leaders. “In the past few years there have been incidents of systematic killings of political leaders including women especially belonging to BJP and leaders associated to the political party. The ruling party TMC (Trinamool Congress) has not done anything to stop the brutal violence against the leaders of political parties especially BJP and other political parties who are not in power in the State. There have been incidents at various parts of the State of West Bengal where the political leaders other than the ruling party have been systematically targeted with physical violence for vested reasons and the State Government has kept quiet on the violence against the political leaders especially BJP as it is only BJP which is seen as a threat by the ruling party mainly because of rising popularity of the BJP party in the State of West Bengal,” the plea states. In this context, it prayed, “Issue appropriate writ or direction to the Director, CBI to conduct a detailed investigation in the cases involving killings of opposition party workers and leaders in the state of West Bengal if the report submitted by DGP, West Bengal not found satisfactory to this Hon’ble Court”.It was also stated that as the continuous violation of fundamental rights, statutory rights and human rights in the State of West Bengal has reached its zenith and, the State government and its police machinery was involved in such violations, no steps to prevent such violation of fundamental, statutory and human rights were being taken by the State government. Rather it was the State government and its machinery which was responsible for such brutal violation of rights in the State of West Bengal. The PIL had also sought that the Union of India ensure safety of party workers belonging to opposition parties in the as well as submit a detailed report regarding action taken viz. case status in killings of opposition party leaders, especially for those belonging to BJP.Additionally, it was prayed that in case there is any dereliction of duty by senior officers in protection of BJP Party president who was attacked in West Bengal in the state, strict action should be taken against them. “The ruling party TMC has been using its administrative might to prevent action against those killers as no seriousness has been shown by the State Government in preventing the systematic killings of the political leaders. The police administration has become helpless at the instructions of the government as a result of which killings of opposition political party leaders is rising in the State and the State government is showing zero concerns over the lawlessness rising in the State.”The Petitioner further referred to the alleged attacks on vehicles of BJP leaders JP Nadda and Kailash Vijayvargiya’s in Bengal as the two leaders were on their way to Diamond Harbour in December 2020 to meet party workers for the Bengal elections in 2021. It was reported as the convoys of JP Nadda and Vijayvargiya were headed towards Diamond Harbour on December 10, protesters gathered on the streets and attempted to block the road to stop Nadda’s convoy from passing. In this context, the plea sought for directions for a free, peaceful and safe election in the StateNext Storylast_img read more

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Daniel Pearl Kidnap & Murder: Pakistan Supreme Court Acquits Accused; Orders Their Release

first_imgForeign/InternationalDaniel Pearl Kidnap & Murder: Pakistan Supreme Court Acquits Accused; Orders Their Release LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK29 Jan 2021 6:00 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court of Pakistan has acquitted the accused in Daniel Pearl Kidnap and Murder case and ordered their release.The majority of 2 to 1 upheld the Sindh High Court order acquitting the accused and also allowed the appeal filed by Ahmed Omer Shaikh against his conviction under section 362 of Pakistan Penal Code. Justice Mushir Alam authored the Majority order in which it is stated that…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court of Pakistan has acquitted the accused in Daniel Pearl Kidnap and Murder case and ordered their release.The majority of 2 to 1 upheld the Sindh High Court order acquitting the accused and also allowed the appeal filed by Ahmed Omer Shaikh against his conviction under section 362 of Pakistan Penal Code. Justice Mushir Alam authored the Majority order in which it is stated that the reasons will be recorded later. Justice Yahya Afridi gave a dissenting opinion.Daniel Pearl, an American journalist, was abducted in Pakistan’s Karachi in January 2002 while he was working as the South Asia bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal. He was then working on a report about  Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups. Pearl was later beheaded and a graphic video of his decapitation was sent to Karachi’s US consulate about a month later. (Source: IE) Ahmed Omer Sheikh, Fahad Nasim Ahmed, Syed Salman Saqib and Shaikh Muhammad Adil were earlier convicted by the Trial Court. Shaikh was awarded death penalty. Later, in April 2020, the Sindh High Court reversed the murder conviction but convicted Sheikh guilty of the lesser charge of kidnapping, sentencing him to seven years in prison. The other three accused were acquitted by the High Court.Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh is among the three terrorists that India had freed in 2000 in exchange for the hostages of the hijacked IC-814. Click here to Read/Download OrderRead Order Next Storylast_img read more

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26 additional cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Donegal

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Google+ Facebook Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme By News Highland – December 3, 2020 WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows center_img Google+ Previous articleMain Evening News, Sport, Farming News and Obituary NoticesNext articleThe Score – 03/12/20 News Highland WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter 26 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Donegal this evening.The 14 day incidence rate of the virus in the county remains the highest in the country at 212.3 per 100,000 of the population, almost treble the national average which is 79.7.6 people across Ireland have died as a result of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours while a total of 183 new cases have been confirmed. 26 additional cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Donegal Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th last_img read more

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Former cop Jason Van Dyke, convicted in Laquan McDonald’s murder, gets prison transfer

first_imgtxking/iStock(NEW YORK) — A former Chicago police officer convicted in the high-profile murder of a teenager has been moved to a New York federal prison a month after he was beaten at a penitentiary in Connecticut, according to his legal team. Jason Van Dyke was recently moved to the Federal Correctional Institution in Otisville, about 75 miles northwest of New York City, a spokesperson for his lawyers told ABC station WLS-TV in Chicago. The move came after Van Dyke, 40, was beaten in his cell, suffering injuries to his head and face, on Feb. 7 at a federal prison in Danbury, Connecticut, his wife and lawyers said at a news conference last month. It was not immediately clear why Van Dyke was transferred, although his lawyers notified the Federal Bureau of Prisons that they and his wife were concerned for his safety at the Connecticut prison. In October, Van Dyke was convicted in the killing of Laquan McDonald, an African-American teenager. The Cook County Circuit Court jury found Van Dyke guilty on charges of second-degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm stemming from the 2014 incident in which the former officer fired 16 shots at the 17-year-old McDonald in a span of 15 seconds. During his trial, Van Dyke testified that he believed McDonald was coming at him with a knife. Video released of the Oct. 20, 2014, shooting showed McDonald was armed with a knife but the teen didn’t appear to be moving toward the police officers who responded when Van Dyke opened fire. He was sentenced in January to less than seven years in prison, prompting anger from McDonald’s family and Chicago community activists who said the punishment was too lenient for the crime. Van Dyke’s wife, Tiffany, said during a news conference on Feb. 14 that she fears for her husband’s life every waking minute. “They put my husband in a setting to be harmed because of the fact he was a white man who harmed a black gentleman in the line of duty,” Tiffany Van Dyke said at the time. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Age bias enters via back door on gender coat tails

first_imgAge bias enters via back door on gender coat tailsOn 17 Sep 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. As usual, HR professionals are being swamped with new employmentregulations. More immediate considerations, such as data protection and information andconsultation, mean that age discrimination is being ignored. This isunderstandable when you consider that the Government will not be introducinglegislation until 2006. Well, I’ve got some bad news – that date could be moving forward to nextmonth for many employers. A landmark employment tribunal is set to give workers over 65 the right toclaim for unfair dismissal and redundancy, unless the DTI successfully appeals.While the issue involves sex rather than age discrimination laws, the resultwill be the same for many employers who have not revisited their retirementpolicies – a wave of employment tribunals. Employers have to thoroughly reviewpolicies with age in mind. Research shows that 60 per cent of HR professionalsbelieve ageism is the most common form of discrimination in the workplace. Organisations are going to have to be able to rigorously and objectivelyjustify why staff have to retire, and ensure that it doesn’t discriminateagainst one sex or the other. An increasing number of employers are implementing a more flexible approachto retirement. These organisations have to get their performance management inshape because enforced retirement will depend on people’s inability toadequately do their jobs. But how ‘bad’ is this news? Anti-age discrimination legislation is in thepipeline anyway, and pension crises suggest we shall all be working asoctogenarians. Furthermore, employers that have got rid of a fixed retirement date aresinging the praises of reduced staff turnover, improved skills retention andproductivity. The defence that a flexible approach to retirement will damagesuccession planning is sounding hollow. With the likelihood of a new timeframe in the offing, HR should simply geton with age-proofing their policies. By Mike Broadlast_img read more

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Blues athlete of the week: Anthony Bradley

first_imgName: Anthony BradleyClub: Oxford University Rugby League Football ClubCollege:UniversityYear: 2nd Year ChemistPosition: PropQ: What’s the highlight of your Blues career thus far?A: The tour this January to Europe, which included training with the Catalan Dragons – a Super League side.Q:Which sportsman do you model yourself on?A:Bradford Bulls forward Sam Burgess.  He has only just turned nineteen so we can really identify with  him. And his work rate and attitude are phenomenal.Q:Do you see yourself playing after University? A: Possibly, but I don’t imagine I’ll play beyond the level I do at the moment.Q:Who’s got the best banter on your team?A: Batman.  A very entertaining character with some interesting nocturnal habits!Q:Does your status as a Blues player lead to your being approached bystar-struck  fans on the street?A:Yes, frequently.Q:How are you feeling about Varsity?A:Very excited indeed.  We were delighted to win last year, and Cambridge will be out for revenge.  It’s  on Thursday of 8th week at Twickenham Stoop.  Tickets go on sale soon.last_img read more

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JCR anti-pooing motion flushed down the drain

first_imgA recent JCR motion calling for “anti-pooping” in Somerville’s college library was dropped from the JCR meeting’s agenda.According to Chloe Funnell, the second year who originally proposed the motion, this idea stemmed from the fact that there is currently only one toilet in the Somerville college library.“Some users spend a long time in there and, as a result, waste other people’s time, not to mention their own,” Funnell told Cherwell.She added that while she conceded her proposed motion itself was “ridiculous in some aspects”, such as the resolution of “having a stock photo of someone looking angry in the toilet”, she thought that it was reflective of the view among people in the college that “some others don’t really take into consideration other people who use the college’s facilities.“It’s a small toilet, and when people [defecate] in there, the smell lingers, so it’s almost like an extra smack in the face when you have to wait a good ten minutes to either pee or fill up your water bottle.”Funnell also went on to clarify that the motion does not at any point forbid anyone from using the library toilet, but that it was purely against what she calls “poopcrastination”.“It’s more concerned with people spending an unnecessarily long time in the toilet, and leaving it messy [for other users]. People pee on the toilet seat and leave [poo] stains quite often.”By proposing her motion, Funnell told Cherwell that she was essentially encouraging the users of the toilet to be more “conscientious” hereafter.“Frankly, I’m sick of people’s s*it – proverbial or otherwise.”Somerville’s outgoing JCR president Louis Mercier confirmed to Cherwell that the motion was indeed dropped, but did not comment on the reasons behind this change.Responding to Funnell’s motion, a member of Somerville college library’s staff stated that it “[does] not have any comment, other than that [the] library toilet facilities are due to be upgraded over the summer.”Britt Tomson, first year CAAH student at Somerville said, “I just kind of laughed it off when I first saw it. I was amused by the prospect of someone having to check and enforce it if the motion had passed”.First year english undergraduate at Somerville Catrin Haberfield said, “I think motions like that are actually a good way to get people engaged in the JCR – it’s hard to get people to come to meetings and to even care about what we do, but I heard loads of people talk-ing about it once the motions were sent out. Everyone knew it was kind of a joke, but at the same time a really valid point because the library only has one toilet and people ‘poopcrastinate’ in there.”last_img read more

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Results of 105th Annual Ocean City Baby Parade

Section 3 (ages 7 to 10)First: Sophia Neal (3), Madison Nelson (7) and Sebastian Lynch (1), Ocean City, “Summer Is Over, Hi Ho Hi Ho, Back to School We Go,” Adrienne MarquetteSecond: Joseph Dever (6), Brian Dever (5), Patrick Vorobec (6) and Kevin Dever (3), North Wales, Pa. “Lego — Everything Is Awesome in OC,” Maureen VorobecThird: Ava Gandy-Callahan (8), Naomi Gandy (4), Sophia Gandy (1) and Mariahna Davis-Dale (8 months), Delran, N.J., “Ocean City’s Luau Girls,” Jeanie Gandy, Nancy Gandy and Melba Davis Thousands of Ocean City Boardwalk visitors watched the 105th annual Ocean City Baby Parade on Thursday evening as the sun set on a warm and clear summer day.The parade included more than 60 entries including more than 100 children ages 10 and under. They decorated strollers, wagons and small floats in a variety of themes and paraded from Sixth Street to 12th Street.For the second year, the parade was held in the evening with a 5 p.m. start. The move has helped draw bigger crowds and cooler temperatures.Mark and Toby Soifer were honored as grand marshals of the parade. Mark has served for 43 years as public relations director for Ocean City, and he has helped sustain resort traditions such as the Baby Parade.He thanked his wife for her tireless support over the years.“We have worked as a team,” he said.Winners of the Ocean City Baby Parade awards are as follows: DIVISION C (Small Floats)First: Madeleine Benner (2), Emma Major (7), Taylor Major (7), Riley Major (8), Naples, Fla., “Let It Go With Warm Hugs in Summer — FROZEN,” Jennifer BennerSecond: Thomas Engler (8 months), Mullica Hill, N.J., “Best in OC … Mister Chubbee Ice Cream,” Marla and Tom EnglerThird: Owen Charles Bowker, 8 months, Steelmantown, N.J., “Youngest Civil War Re-enactor,” Frank and Mera Bowker DIVISION 800 (Late Entries)First: Sofia Fabian, 9 months, Sicklerville, N.J., “Jersey Fresh,” Jacquelyn FabianSecond: Brayden McKenna, 5 months, Egg Harbor Township, N.J.__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter and breaking news alerts“Like” us on Facebook Section 2 (ages 2 to 6)First: Grace LaPorta, 3, Spring Hill, Fla., “Bee Shore to See O.C.,” Dr. and Mrs. Lou LaPortaSecond: Teagn Beyer (3) and Delia Beyer (15 months), Fairfax, Va., “OC Treasure,” Jared and Kelly BeyerThird: Avery (5) and Jameson (3) Fox, Cherry Hill, N.J., “Ocean City’s Sweet Treats, Debbie and Jim FoxHonorable Mention: Eno Vierling (2) and Aubree Garcia, Voorhees, N.J., “Future American Sailors,” Colleen Vierling (grandparent) DIVISION B (Comic)First: Masey Heenan (5), Mallie Heenan (2) and Petey Brogan (3), Ocean City, “Ocean City Elf on the Shelf,” Sadie HeenanSecond: Donald Cucuzzella (7) and Elizabeth Cucuzzella (4), Burlington, N.J., “Wrestlemania,” Donald and Holly CucuzzellaThird: Bentley Fetter (14 months), West Chester, Pa., “Beach Bum Baby” Justine and Steve Fetter DIVISION A (Fancy)Section 1 (Up to 2 years old)First: Ava Wallis, 1 year and 3 months, Radnor, Pa., ” ‘Shore’ Good Ice Cream,” Craig and Dana WallisSecond: Isaiah Sandorfi, 10 months, Egg Harbor Township, N.J., “The Little Aviator,” Kylee SandorfiThird: Savannah Moulen, 8 months, Garwood, N.J., “I Love Ocean City, NJ,” Grandparents Valerie Delevante and James Harmon; and Scarlett Rose Held, 3 months, Egg Harbor Township, N.J., “Early Girl Jersey Tomato,” Nichole Kilpatrick and Sam HeldHonorable Mention: Finnegan Wilson (“Mr. Night in Venice”), Valentina Reilly (“Breakfast at Tiffany’s”) and Abigail Richert Leo Bamberger Founder AwardNolan Hontz, 1 year and 9 months, Philadelphia, “Charlie Brown Waits for the Great Pumpkin,” Gavin and Julie HontzHanscom AwardAnna DiGeronimo (2 years and 4 months), Megan DiGeronimo (1 year and 3 months), Nicholas Oliveira (2 months), Salvatore Campione (5 years old), Cassandra Campione (2 years and 9 months); Summit, Cranford and Hoboken, N.J.; “Grammy’s Library”; Mike and Tara DiGeronimo, Sarah Oliveira, Joanna CampioneDalhausen AwardPayton Cook, 1 year and 4 months, Norristown, Pa., “Sunflower Beauty,” Stan and Rosie CookCanale AwardAntonio Leo Lepore and Sophia Rose Lepore (twins at 2 years and 6 months), Leonardo, N.J., “Jersey Fresh Twins,” Lauren and Massimo LeporeOutstanding TwinsKai and Keo Kohr (4 months), Ocean City, N.J., “Kohr Bros.,” Dan and Andrea KohrGreatest Distance TraveledDuncan Bell (18 months) and Leah Fedorchak (21 months), Seattle, Wash., “Tailgating With Ocean City’s Littlest Biggest Fans,” Ashley BellBest FloatOcean City Theatre Company’s Spotlight Performers read more

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