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Anglian Water reveals site of proposed new Cambridgeshire reservoir for 250,000 homes as consultation begins

Anglian Water has revealed the proposed location for a new reservoir in the Cambridgeshire fens, which will supply water for a quarter of a million homes. It is suggested that it should be sited north of Chatteris, near the villages of Doddington and Wimblington, and help reduce the amount of water being taken from rivers …

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Are retail companies the right fit for home health? Remains to be seen, experts say

With another retail company making moves in the home care space, it begs the question of whether these companies will be effective leaders of the burgeoning sector of healthcare. Ellen Herlacher, principal of LRVHealth, said while it’s too early to tell, retailers will likely prove beneficial for home health. Her comments come after Walgreens Boots …

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Should the same entity be allowed to own a retail pharmacy, a PBM and an insurance company?

From left to right: Amanda James, senior healthcare legal reporter, MedCity News; Wendy Barnes, CEO, Rx Benefits; Joshua Fredell, vice president & head of PBM and specialty product innovation, CVS Caremark; AJ Loiacono, CEO, CapitalRx and Snezana Mahon, chief operating officer, Transcarent The Big Three – CVS Health, Cigna and UnitedHealth Group – account for …

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How today’s decisions will impact the city tomorrow

Opinion | Philip Greer, who combines his role as commercial director of the University Arms and Parker’s Tavern with a seat on the Cambridge BID board, considers the future of tourism in the city. University Arms view of library seating. Picture Simon Brown As Cambridge’s oldest hotel, the University Arms has been part of the …

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Tourism Brought Boston’s Hotel Market Back To Life This Summer, But Business Travel Still Lags

Boston’s hotel industry saw major improvements this summer as leisure travel surpassed pre-pandemic levels, boosting demand across the region. Hotel managers and researchers told Bisnow that although they expect fall and winter will be better than last year, they are worried about the impact of slow corporate travel once tourism season ends. In July, Cambridge …

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Maryland community to honor Harriet Tubman with 13-foot sculpture

CAMBRIDGE, Md. — A 13-foot bronze sculpture of Harriet Tubman, called the “Beacon of Hope,” will be erected in Cambridge, Maryland on Sept. 10. The dedication will be part of the fourth-annual Day of Resilience which is in conjunction with the bicentennial of her birth. The event also includes commemorations, round-table discussions on current events …

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Yale Vermilion Theater Bridging Cultures and Breaking Boundaries – Dig Bos

Scene from “Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land.” Photo courtesy of Yale Vermilion Theater. The first bilingual production of an iconic Chinese play to be staged in Cambridge this weekend The Yale Vermilion Theater will present “Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land” at the Central Square Theater in Cambridge on August 26 and 27. Founded …

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