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As COVID case numbers decline, Austinites breathe a collective sigh of relief, especially engaged couples planning (or rescheduling) their big day. Large gatherings are making a comeback, and
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It is small wonder what happens when a politically-backed chief executive officer of a government construction company gets rewarded for his political affiliation by getting appointed as the top
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The move toward a more sustainable future has been gaining momentum in the U.S., and many industries are doing their part to go green. Although, some industries have an advantage over others.
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Israel’s climate-positive waste converter UBQ Materials, announced on Monday that its sustainable, bio-based thermoplastic is being integrated into a pr