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What Happened to Main Justice.com?

February 22nd, 2021

 

MainJustice.com was a website that published news about the U.S. Department of Justice. Concerned that some people would view it as a part of the government, the site informed visitors, “We are an independent news organization and not part of the government.” 

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Over the years, MainJustice.com covered a broad range of stories. One day you could read an article about the director of prison services facing drunk driving charges. The following day you could find a piece about a U.S. Read more

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Weston Luke Wins Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award

November 12th, 2019

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Auger & Auger is proud to announce Weston Luke as a winning recipient of our Disabled Scholar Awards for the 2019 Fall Semester. Multiple scholarships for $1,000 are presented during the spring and fall terms to college students across the United States who have exceeded expectations, and worked hard to transcend the impact of their disabilities. All recipients of the Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award have achieved excellence inside and outside their classrooms, and are making a positive impact Read more

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Leanne Joyce Wins Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award

December 19th, 2018

auger & auger disability scholar winner - leanne joyceAuger & Auger is proud to announce that Leanne Joyce is one of the recipients of our 2018 Fall Semester Disabled Scholar Award. During the fall and spring semesters, scholarships are presented by Auger & Auger to students throughout America who have exceeded expectations and worked very hard to overcome their disabilities. Additionally, recipients of the Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar award have achieved excellence in and out of the classroom and they make positive impacts in their communities. Recipients Read more

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Amauri Bowman Named Auger & Auger Disabled Scholarship Winner for Fall 2018

October 3rd, 2018

Amauri Bowman recipient of Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar AwardAuger & Auger is happy to announce that Amauri Bowman is one of the recipients of our 2018 Fall Semester Disabled Scholar Award. These $1,000 scholarships are presented twice a year to high-achieving students across America who have worked hard to overcome the perceived limits of their disability. They have achieved excellence in and out of the classroom, and they have made a positive impact on their community.

Amauri was born with sickle cell anemia, a blood disorder that can … Read more

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Should You Take a Ride on a Public Scooter?

September 6th, 2018
  • A woman in Los Angeles broke her arm in March after falling from a scooter.
  • A woman at UCLA was knocked unconscious after being hit by a rider on a scooter.
  • A woman encountered uneven pavement on a sidewalk in Santa Monica, falling off her scooter and breaking her arm.

Riding Electric scooters

Electric scooters have been in the news recently. No, they aren’t the hottest toy this holiday season, although Razor scooters are still popular among kids. These scooters are making the Read more

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Hailey Avery Named Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award Recipient for Spring 2018

June 4th, 2018

Haley Avery a recipient of Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar AwardAuger & Auger is happy to announce that Haley Avery is one of the recipients of our 2018 Spring Semester Disabled Scholar Award. These $1,000 scholarships are presented twice a year to high-achieving students across America who have worked hard to overcome the perceived limits of their disability. They have achieved excellence in and out of the classroom, and they have made a positive impact on their community.

In the summer of 2012, Hailey awoke one morning to find herself … Read more

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Watch Out for Vehicles Stopped on the Highway

December 31st, 2015

cars driving safely on highwayAuthorities report that a teenager was killed when his car was struck by another vehicle. The teen from Raleigh, Eddie Urieta-Yariez, 19, had pulled over to the side of the road on westbound I-40.

According to reports, Urieta-Yanez was driving a 1996 Toyota car and had parked on the roadside. At approximately 3:42 a.m., a commercial box truck was merging onto I-40 west when it failed to slow down. The truck slammed into the smaller car, virtually running it … Read more

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Workers’ Compensation Not Required for North Carolina Nonprofits

December 29th, 2015

Compensation for nonprofits or volunteersHOA, normally built and classified as non-profit organizations, have never been considered exempt from obtaining workers’ compensation insurance in North Carolina. Even unpaid volunteers were expected to be covered along with officers and directors.

About a year ago, some attorneys expressed their concern with the fact that many of these people failed to obtain coverage for themselves. Many insurance brokers and even the state insurance information were confused as to why these attorneys felt that HOA volunteers would be setting … Read more

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Christina McCarthy Wins $1K Disabled Scholars Award

October 7th, 2015

20150506_132300It was a rainy Tuesday afternoon in June, 1998. Five year old Christina McCarthy was riding in the car with her mother and younger sister when the vehicle went out of control and hydroplaned into a ditch. Many of us cannot turn to one singular, life-changing event, but this was the day that Christina’s life was immeasurably altered.

The accident left her with a collapsed lung, a fractured skull, and a severed spine; injuries which left her wheelchair-bound and subject Read more

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Man who Played Batman for Charity Killed

September 2nd, 2015

downloadA man who was known for dressing up as Batman, driving a custom Lamborghini made to look like the Batmobile and doing extensive charity work with children has been killed after being struck and killed by his own vehicle on Interstate 70.

Lenny B. Robinson, 51, of Baltimore, had been driving his custom black Lamborghini when it began experiencing engine trouble. Robinson pulled into the fast lane of the Interstate to investigate the problem and was standing in front of … Read more

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