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Woman dies in LaCroft house fire

Area firefighters stand in front of 612 Ninth Ave. in LaCroft, which was cordoned off after a fatal fire Thursday night. The identity of the deceased is not being released at this time. Liverpool Township fire crews responded to the residence shortly after 6 p.m., finding it engulfed, and called for backup tankers and manpower. Both Calcutta and Glenmoor as well as Wellsville fire crews arrived on scene to assist in the blaze, which appeared to have caused heavy damage to the home owned by June McVay, according to the Columbiana County Auditor’s website. News partner WKBN-TV reported officials said the fire started in the kitchen. WKBN is also reported a neighbor said the victim who died is elderly and her daughter, who takes care of her, was burned and taken to a burn unit. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
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Euro 2020's bottle battle and other times sponsorship turned bad

As well as the football being played, you may have noticed that Euro 2020 is also host to a secondary, but nonetheless entertaining tactical contest in the media room. It began a few days ago when Cristiano Ronaldo took umbrage at sharing his news conference with two bottles of Coca-Cola. The Portugal captain removed the soft drinks from the desk in front of him and replaced them with a bottle of water.
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Man Utd prepared to cough up for Atalanta defender Cristian Romero

Manchester United are maintaining interest in Atalanta defender Cristian Romero. The Argentina international, who spent last season on-loan at Atalanta from Juventus, and is attracting plenty of admiring glances from the Premier League. Liverpool are keen on the 23-year-old centre-half, but it's United who are leading the chase for the...
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East Liverpool CIC Nixes Sale of Riverview Florist Site

EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio – A proposal to sell the former Riverview Florist property to a Georgia developer was nixed Monday by the East Liverpool Community Improvement Corp. During a meeting Monday afternoon, the vote was 8-6 against the proposal by Riverview Equity LLC to purchase the property for $500,000 cash. The CIC acquired the 85-acre property in 2013 with the intent to redevelop it.

Scientists uncover genetic secrets of world's smallest diving mammals

New research by University of Liverpool scientists and international collaborators has revealed how the world's smallest diving mammal—the water shrew—evolved to survive for long periods underwater without breathing. "Water shrews are perhaps the most unlikely of all underwater foragers. Their low body oxygen stores coupled with the highest rates of...

Euro 2020 top moments: Denmark, Belgium pay tribute to Christian Eriksen

Emotions were running high at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark on Thursday. For the first time since Saturday's scary on-field collapse of Denmark's Christian Eriksen due to cardiac arrest, the national team took the field at Euro 2020. With Eriksen cheering on his compatriots from a nearby hospital in the...
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Alexander Isak: An Alternative to Erling Haaland?

Chelsea’s summer transfer business will undoubtedly be dominated by the pursuit of Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, who bagged 41 goals in as many games last season, and will be courted by all of the European super clubs. According to Nizaar Kinsella of Goal, a deal for Haaland would cost...

Everton fans protest potential Benitez appointment with banners

Angry Everton fans have hung anti-Rafael Benitez banners outside Goodison Park in protest at the Spaniard's talks to take over as manager. The legendary Liverpool manager, who famously won the Champions League during his six years in charge, is still worshipped at Anfield. And his connection to the Reds means...
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Previous infection does not protect long-term against coronavirus, particularly new variants, study shows

Having previously been infected by coronavirus does not offer long-term protection against the virus, particularly with new variants of concern, a study has found.Government research suggests the immune response following natural infection can vary beween individuals six months after catching Covid-19.The researchers said their findings, which are yet to be peer-reviewed, reinforce the need for everyone to get vaccinated for maximum protection against the virus, as vaccines generate higher immune response than natural infection.Study author Dr Christina Dold, from the University of Oxford, said: "Our study is one of the most comprehensive accounts of the immune response following Covid-19 in...
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Football rumours: Manchester United make £50m bid for Raphael Varane

Manchester United have reportedly made an initial offer to Real Madrid for defender Raphael Varane. The Manchester Evening News says United offered £50m for the 28-year-old, but the Spanish giants are believed to be holding out for £80m. The two sides remain in dialogue as the Red Devils seek a compromise.