Google is changing the way it ranks search results based on how mobile-friendly a website is. Translation: if your website isn’t mobile-friendly, you’re not going to be on page one of search results.
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The teen job market: An inside perspective
The teen job market has been up and down in the past year. Teens usually work at minimum wage jobs such as fast food restaurants, retail, and other part time jobs that do not require much experience. In March 2014, 14.5% of teens were unemployed, and in March 2015, 12.3% of teens were unemployed, according to statista.com.
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UVA Football Notebook: Spring Game News, Notes
The UVA offense seemed to be hitting early, getting a touchdown on its first drive, a 12-yard TD pass from Greyson Lambert to UNC transfer T.J. Thorpe, a nice 27-yard scoring pass from Matt Johns to Brendan Marshall, a couple of long field goals from Ian Frye and Dylan Sims. But that was it, as the only points in the second half of the abbreviated spring game came on a defensive touchdown.
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Podcast: AFP editor Chris Graham talks Virginia politics, busy sports weekend on WREL
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks with host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va., discussing the Virginia General Assembly veto session, the decision by former Rockbridge County High School star Andrew Rowsey to transfer from UNC-Asheville, and a busy sports weekend including the UVA spring football game.