Consumers and Holiday Spending

The highly anticipated day of thanks is here, stores have stocked their shelves, but there is a slight dilemma. The removal of limitations due to COVID-19 has caused an increase in spending. People have been advised to make early shopping trips as this holiday season 2 million more consumers than last year are expected to shop from Thanksgiving day through the weekend and into Cyber … Continue reading Consumers and Holiday Spending

iPad Saves Dad and Daughter

Early on Monday, November 15, 2021, a father and daughter were found in Pennsylvania woods, thanks to an iPad and a phone. On Sunday, the 14th, 58-year-old father and 13- year-old daughter had left on a two-seat single-engine Cessna 150 from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport in Pennsylvania. Soon after the plane had taken off, it went missing from airport surveillance radar. The wife and mother of … Continue reading iPad Saves Dad and Daughter

WATCH OUT… Or Not?

By: Amy Dominguez Researchers from the University of Arizona have announced on November 11, 2021, that an asteroid may be a long-lost piece of the moon. The name of this asteroid or mini-moon is Kamo’ Oalewa. Kamo’ Oalewa is a quasi-satellite meaning that it orbits around the sun, but remains close to Earth. Kamo’ Oalewa was discovered in Hawaii in 2016 by the PanSTARRS telescope. … Continue reading WATCH OUT… Or Not?

Oakland Mills Falls to Fredrick Douglass 22-15 in Semifinals After Historic Season

On Friday night, Oakland Mills Scorpions lost to the Fredrick Douglass Eagles 22-15 in the 2A MPSSAA State Semifinals. Before the heartbreaking loss to Fredrick Douglass, the Scorpions defeated the Owings Mills Eagles 22-14 after Oakland Mills scored 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. Kanye Holland’s electrifying 60-yard touchdown run served as a turning point in the game leading Shane King to score the … Continue reading Oakland Mills Falls to Fredrick Douglass 22-15 in Semifinals After Historic Season