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Here’s a gut check for every frustrated commuter who gripes about gridlock in South Florida: Would you be willing to board an “aerial rideshare” to soar above the congestion? Joby Aviation, a California company building a fleet of mini-helicopters, and REEF Technology, the Miami-based operator of parking garages, this week announced a partnership aimed at …

Miami will soon welcome a new Silicon Valley tenant. Fintech startup Nirvana Technology, headed by tech veteran Bill Harris, signed a three-year lease for 3,700 square feet in Miami’s Wynwood district. Asking rent for the office at 120 NE 27th Street was $38 per square foot, landlord Bill Rammos told Commercial Observer. The deal closed …

Following the Sept. 23 announcements of Notre Dame and Holy Cross’ plans for a long winter break and late start to the spring semester, the Saint Mary’s community awaited the College’s decision on how it would proceed. Plans to follow the same semester model as the other two institutions of the tri-campus community were released …

Quebec provincial police have confirmed the bodies of two sisters who were the subject of an Amber Alert have been found. The search for Romy Carpentier, 6, and her sister, Norah Carpentier, 11, as well as their father, Martin Carpentier, picked up again Saturday morning in a Quebec City suburb, after an Amber Alert was …

An undated Google Maps image of the reported crash area UPDATED: No sign of plane that reportedly crashed into Fraser River between Langley and Maple Ridge Efforts to locate the aircraft are underway So far, searchers have found no sign of an aircraft that reportedly crashed into …

Following a day and evening of protests, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings announced today a curfew in unincorporated Orange County. The curfew will be in effect from 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. daily until further notice. Unincorporated Orange County includes much of West Orange, including Horizon West. The city of Orlando also will be under …

CS-IFM’s Roland Pokoyou Harris presents a Laptop to Andrew Zelemen of the NUCFDC A Real Time ForestLink Monitoring Technology training has been conducted and subsequently launched in Liberia with a call on beneficiaries to ensure proper use of the mobile phone application. The platform/technology was developed by Rain Forest Foundation United Kingdom (RFUK) in collaboration …

In his video message to the Notre Dame campus community, University President Fr. Jenkins said, “To all our students, you are the most tech-savvy generation in history. You are adaptable, creative and resilient. Even though you may be away from campus, use this valuable time to learn, albeit distantly.”  He’s right. While the transition to …

Their wish has been granted, at least partially. The participants in a seniors’ chair exercise class recently took part in the last of a 10-week series. At that time, many expressed the wish to have the classes continue, based on how much the exercises improved their physical and mental health and, simply put, how much …

John Henderson Staff writer @PCNHJohn Sunday Dec 15, 2019 at 8:01 AM The Fayetteville State University College of Health Sciences and Technology will be named after retired physician Clarence Lloyd who recently donated $500,000 to the university. Lloyd, who retired in March of this year as a radiologist at the Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center in Winston-Salem, …