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Doggy Daycares Tapped to Supplement NYC Elementary Schools in Plans to Reopen

UPPER EAST SIDE – As the city slowly lurches back to life throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the unique challenges of reopening schools call for more classroom space, and many more teachers and support staff, to safely bring students back. This week Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza announced a strategic partnership with Biscuits & Bath, the local canine daycare chain, to provide auxiliary school rooms for elementary students throughout the city, as well as supervision for children during recess and most grooming services.… Read more

Firework Sales Boom as Raytheon Enters Direct-to-Consumer Market

FLATBUSH, NY — As the pandemic continues to wreak havoc on supply chains worldwide, some industries, such as the urban fireworks market, are thriving due to major supply chain innovations by international munitions dealers such as Raytheon, who has confirmed that the company launched their new direct-to-consumer (DTC) platform in urban areas across the country earlier this month.… Read more

Ingalls Shipbuilding Cancels NYPD Contract for Guided Missile Cruiser

PASCAGOULA, MI — Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) announced Wednesday morning that it would be voiding a recent contract with the New York City Police Department to build a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser, citing ethical concerns with the response to the George Floyd protests. The pre-commissioned NYSS Cuomo (named after the elder governor) was intended exclusively for crowd control purposes, according to a spokesman for the NYPD, and “only non-lethal rubber bomblets were to be used in the warheads of all 122 Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles on board.”… Read more

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