- Jul 17, 2003
The City of Kettering issued an alert warning of scammers posing as contact tracers to attempt to get ahold of personal information.
Another way the world has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic: The number of coins in circulation has plummeted.
In a brief statement, Kroger spokeswoman Erin Rolfes said the Federal Reserve is experiencing a coin shortage. Coin change from cash transactions will be applied to our customers’ loyalty cards then automatically used on their next purchase.
“The whole business model of a mall, which is about pulling in as many people as you can and getting them to stay for as long as you can, has just unraveled,” said Neil Saunders, managing director of consultancy GlobalData Retail.
"This is the exact opposite of what we need to be doing," Ainge said at the meeting. "We are supposed to be physically distancing, wearing masks."
The audience responded with a loud chorus of boos.
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