money being countedPhoto byPhoto by Alexander Mils (Creative Commons) Need some cash for the holidays? Well, here is some great news as some money is coming your way right now during this time of inflation and rising prices.
money in handsPhoto byPhoto by igal Ness (Unsplash)onUnsplash. Here's some good news: you likely have a $300 check coming from the state of Delaware, as long as you filed a tax return in either 2021 or 2020. (source) Last spring, Delaware lawmakers agreed to send $300 to any residents who filed a tax return in the state in 2020 or 2021. While the state hoped to send all of these payments out to individuals by now, the Delaware Department of Finance said that many taxpayers have been left out. As many as 150,000 Delawareans may still be waiting on the $300 rebate, finance secretary Rick Geisenberger told Delaware Public Media.
Jenna Ortega really went all out to play Wednesday Addams.
Eagles receiver Quez Watkins injured his shoulder late in the third quarter and was forced to exit the game against the Titans. Watkins injured his shoulder on a gadget play that eventually went to him for a 3-yard gain on one of the last plays of the third quarter. Watkins walked into the locker room as the fourth quarter began.
Around 2,500 dead seals were found off the Russian coast of the Caspian Sea, officials said Sunday. The cause of the stunning mass death was unclear, authorities in the Russian province of Dagestan said, speculating it was likely due to natural causes. Initial regional reports Saturday said 700 dead seals were found off the coast before the number later ballooned to 2,500, according to the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. In a statement, Zaur Gapizov, head of the Caspian Environmental Protection Center, said the seals were likely dead for a couple weeks. There was no sign they were killed or tangled up in fishing nets, he said. Federal Fisheries Agency experts and prosecutors examined the coastline and collected data for lab research, which did not immediately spot any pollutants. Mass seal deaths connected to natural causes are not unheard of. Kazakhstan, which has a long Caspian coastline, reported there were at least three similar incidents this year. The number of seals in the Caspian range from about 70,000, according to the Caspian Environmental Protection Center, to as much as 300,000, the fisheries agency has reported. With Post wires
AL KHOR, Qatar (AP) — England captain Harry Kane scored his first goal of this year’s World Cup, helping his team beat Senegal 3-0 Sunday and setting up a match against France in the quarterfinals. Kane scored for the 52nd time for his country to move within one...
Miami, Ohio (6-6, Mid-American) vs UAB (6-6, Conference USA), Dec. 16, 11:30 a.m. ET. UAB: RB DeWayne McBride, nation-leading 1,713 yards rushing, 19 touchdowns, both school records. Miami: QB Aveon Smith, 5-3 as starter, team-high 503 rushing yards, 1,137 passing yards, 15 total touchdowns. NOTABLE. Miami: Became bowl eligible with...
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Mistletoe is a staple of the holiday season that ancient Greeks used as a healing herb to cure menstrual cramps, disorders of the spleen and other illnesses. Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder found that mistletoe could be made into a balm that could be used for ulcers, epilepsy, and poisons. Mistletoe blossoms even during the coldest weather and during the first century AD, the Celtics and Druids considered it to be a sacred symbol of vivacity.
They look super cute together.
I’m Seriously Wondering If These 19 Extremely Entitled People Who Unnecessarily Complained About Something Had Literally ANYTHING Better To Do
Accusing someone of personally wanting to harm you because they put jalapeños on your burger after you asked for jalapeños? Totally normal response.
As a pediatric occupational therapist, parent of children with sensory processing disorder, and a frequent cruiser I have put together this list of 5 things to consider before booking a cruise with your child with special needs.
*This is a work of nonfiction based on actual events I experienced firsthand; used with permission. Sometimes it's called The Spider, The Scrambler, Twister, Sizzler, Octopus, or Merry Mixer. As someone who's afraid of nearly all amusement park rides, The Spider is one of the only rides I actually enjoy, or at least I did until my friend and I nearly got knocked out by one.
Debates ensue elsewhere, however, whether the popular science fiction trope is indeed close to reality. U.S.S. Enterprise Publicity ImagePhoto by“Star Trek,” copyright 1966 Paramount Television.
Fine, I'll be the one to say it. Rhaenyra and Daemon in House of the Dragon had amazing chemistry, and I'm not even sorry.
The Wolverines’ dominance meets the Frogs’ propensity for comebacks in what should be an entertaining semifinal.