IRS and Medicare Scams BBB serving Nebraska, South Dakota, The Kansas Plains and Southwest Iowa is warning consumers to be on the alert for phone scams involving con artists pretending
Exhibit to Coincide with US Olympic Swim Trials
Midtown Crossing is primed to celebrate the Omaha return of the US Olympic Swim Trials by making a brilliant splash of its own. Starting Friday, June 24, neighborhood guests will be encouraged to get in “The Pool by Jen Lewin,” a world-renowned, fully-interactive light and color experience. » Read more..
Retirement transition series to be offered at Omaha Public Library
Are you retired, thinking about retiring soon, or simply ready to start planning for life after work? Join Omaha Public Library for a series of retirement transition workshops that will guide you in making the most of your retirement. Experts will be available to assist you in defining retirement goals, understanding Medicare options, exploring financial plans for security and more. All programs are free and open to the public, but space is limited. Register online at omahalibrary.org, or by calling the branch where you wish to attend. » Read more..
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IRS and Medicare Scams
BBB serving Nebraska, South Dakota, The Kansas Plains and Southwest Iowa is warning consumers to be on the alert for phone scams involving con artists pretending to be Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents who try to gain access to your personal information. » Read more..
B-cycle completes first round of expansion
Heartland B-cycle has completed the first phase of their planned 20 station expansion adding 15 stations to the metro area, becoming the 2nd operating multi-state bike sharing system in the United States.
Stations were installed in both Council Bluffs and Omaha in November. Despite the frigid weather several new stations saw users taking trips much to the delight of many long time funders and supporters including the National Park Service. » Read more..
One of 50 U.S. centers participating in NOBLE Study
The University of Nebraska Medical Center is participating in a new, national, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) clinical research study evaluating the potential benefits of an investigational medicine when taken by people with mild-to-moderate AD who are already being treated with donepezil (Aricept). » Read more..