Canadian farmers in the Quebec region of Charlevoix, where G7 leaders are scheduled to meet next week, have been asked to avoid spreading manure on their fields ahead of the summit.
Celebrate the Season
Applebee’s is continuing their part in making life a little bit better and a lot more affordable by bringing back $1 Long Island Iced Teas for the month of June. Applebee’s press release
Bye Bye, So Long Farewell --------Rev
A former high school dean and anti-violence advocate nicknamed "Rev" for his pastor-like influence was sentenced Friday to up to 26 years in prison for shooting and nearly killing a student he had recruited to sell marijuana for him. Shaun Harrison 58 was sentenced a day after a Suffolk Superior Court jury convicted him of armed assault with intent to murder and other charges.
Harrison, a dean at Boston English High School, recruited 17-year-old Luis Rodriguez to sell marijuana for him at the school and shot him on March 3, 2015, because he believed the student was not generating enough sales and withholding money, prosecutors said. Harrison joined the school as a dean a few months before the shooting and was fired afterward.
Let The Good Times Roll
The U.S. economy added 223,000 jobs in the month of May, beating expectations by about 35,000 and marking the second-strongest jobs month of 2018 so far. The unemployment rate also fell to 3.8 percent, beating expectations. The last time the unemployment rate was as low as 3.8 percent was April 2000. If the unemployment rate sinks below 3.8 percent in future months, it will be the lowest unemployment rate in America since 1969.