Leo’s Awnings and Interiors to expand after $799000 Reno building acquisition – Northern Nevada Business Weekly

| February 14, 2021

Among other services, the company undertakes canvas repair projects, such as for luxury tents, seen here. Courtesy Photo The purchase will allow the company, which has been serving customers across Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Fernley and surrounding areas for the past 15 years, to double its workforce, according to a Feb. 1 press release

Krumm selected as LEO of the year by Post 92 – Redfieldpress.com

| February 14, 2021

The Redfield American Legion Post 92 recently recognized Spink County Sheriff, Frank Krumm, as the 2019-20 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. When Frank was elected Sheriff, the office was about to make a big move into the new building, with holding cells and a number of new employees

Obituaries 02-10-2021 Revere Journal – Revere Journal

| February 14, 2021

Antoinette Brandano Her Kind Spirit, Love, Respect for Family and Friends and Passion for Life Will Be Missed Antoinette (Nesci) Brandano, a lifelong resident of Revere, passed peacefully at the age of 100 on February 4. Ann was born in Revere on March 12, 1920 to the late Elizabeth (Puzzella) and Domenic Nesci. She was the beloved and devoted wife of the late Peter Brandano with whom she shared 38 years of marriage and the widow of the late Albert Lepore.

Sundance 2021 Review: CODA, A Crowd-Pleaser By Any Other Name – ScreenAnarchy

| February 14, 2021

Deservedly or not, the word crowd-pleaser tends to have a negative connotation, situating a films potential popularity with broad demographic appeal, simple, easy-to-understand narratives, and emotionally cathartic endings. But in the second year of a global pandemic, a Before Times reminder, when phrases like social distancing, masking up, and infection rates, had little or different meaning, a crowd-pleaser about a young woman finding her way and her voice, literally in life is something to wholeheartedly, unreservedly, and unironically embrace, even if only as a temporary respite from the setbacks and reversals inherent in surviving, if not exactly thriving, through the second year of a seemingly never-ending pandemic

Peabody Properties announces lottery for The Machon in Swampscott – Wicked Local

| February 14, 2021

Community Content| Wicked Local Peabody Properties is now accepting lease applications for The Machon, located at 35 Burpee Road in Swampscott. Applications must be postmarked by Feb.

Lilly exec resigns after relationship that violated policy – The Republic

| February 14, 2021

Eli Lilly has replaced its chief financial officer who resigned following an investigation into a personal relationship that violated company policy. Josh Smiley stepped down as senior vice president and chief financial officer and will leave the company, the drugmaker said Tuesday, after it learned of allegations of an inappropriate personal relationship between Smiley and an employee. The independent investigation found consensual though inappropriate personal communications between Smiley and some employees and behavior that demonstrated poor judgment, according to the company.

Ins and outs: Changes at Merck, Lilly and Editas – BioProcess Insider – BioProcess Insider

| February 14, 2021

Kenneth Frazier will step down from his position as CEO of Merck & Co. and hand over to CFO Robert Davis.

Israel not the reason Biden hasn’t called Netanyahu. What is? – analysis – The Jerusalem Post

| February 14, 2021

All those wondering why US President Joe Biden has still not called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu more than three weeks after being sworn into office would do well to take a look at the Facebook page of Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid. There, as the pages banner photo, is a picture of a smiling Lapid in a light, chummy moment with Biden in what appears to be Bidens office. The picture is somewhat fuzzy, and it is not clear when it was taken or what position Biden occupied at the time.

A place in the sun? Assessing the Turkish governments olive branch to Israel – Global Risk Insights

| February 14, 2021

Following the election of Joe Biden as the next US President, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoan has set the eyes of an increasingly diplomatically isolated nation on its regional neighbour and former ally. Israel, spurred by the threat of Iran in the region, has also sent signals that rapprochement with Turkey is on the cards.