During World War Two, President Roosevelt gave a directive to establish an entity responsible for foreign intelligence and special operations. Formed as an agency under the Joints Chiefs of Staff, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) would undertake espionage and disinformation campaigns, partisan and guerilla activities, and commando operations. Many women served in the OSS, and their stories are fascinating.
By sgibbsFebruary 28, 2023
Reference Solutions is a database that provides information about businesses across platforms. The databases include information such as sales volume (estimated), number of employees (estimated), company name, phone number, key executives, SIC/NAICS codes, websites, and more. The U.S. Standard White Pages included 156 million residents. The information contained includes name, phone number, address, city, county…
February 2023 Resource Spotlight: ConsumerReports.org
By schurchillFebruary 18, 2023
Access expert ratings, reviews, product comparisons, and buying guides for many essential products through ConsumerReports.org.
Golden Buckeye Program
By sflorkowskiFebruary 16, 2023
The Golden Buckeye program connects eligible Ohioans with discounts from participating businesses.
Celebrate Black History Month
By bccontribFebruary 2, 2023
Celebrate Black History Month Author: Alex Harper February marks Black History Month. Join PLYMC staff as we celebrate and honor the countless contributions of African Americans and amplify Black voices—not just this month, but all year long! Speakers and Events Book Talk and Signing with Author Kathy Schulz Monday, February 13 | 2…
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