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Pleasant Hill, CANBC Bay Area

2 Houses Burned, Firefighter Injured in Pleasant Hill Blaze

A fire in Pleasant Hill Monday afternoon burned two houses and injured a firefighter, according to the local fire district. The blaze broke out on the 100 block of Lorenzo Drive, the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District said. The injured firefighter was transported to the hospital to be treated...
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The right to disconnect could become the norm in the European workplace

DUBLIN — With more people working from home than ever before, it's time for a European-wide rule on the "right to disconnect." That's according to Alex Agius Saliba, a Maltese lawmaker at the European Parliament, who is leading efforts on this issue. The right to disconnect refers to rules that...
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Recycled Fashion House Bags

The Louis Vuitton 'Felt Line' is a new range of accessories from the fashion house that aim to deliver impressive style that doesn't come at the expense of the environment. The bags come in three styles to choose from including the Keepall, Keepall XS and the Soft Trunk, which are each crafted using recycled wool-based jacquard, organic cotton and 100% recycled polyester. Each of the pieces maintain a varying appearance that will make them appear different across the surface as well as from piece to piece.
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Jonathan Villar Exited Monday Night’s Game With Right Calf Tightness

New York Mets infielder Jonathan Villar exited the second game of Monday’s doubleheader with right calf tightness, manager Luis Rojas said after the game. Villar, 30, appeared to be in some discomfort after legging out a double in the sixth inning, which led to him being lifted for a pinch runner. The calf tightness is in the same leg as the hamstring tightness he dealt with earlier this month, and Rojas said Villar will be reevaluated tomorrow.
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Acuna’s Bat and Glove Carry Braves to a 1-0 Win Over Mets

The New York Mets split their doubleheader tonight, taking the opener on Jacob deGrom‘s brilliance before falling short in the nightcap. The Mets (37-30) were defeated 1-0 by the Atlanta Braves (34-37) in the second game at Citi Field. Ian Anderson struck out five batters, shutting down the Mets offense...
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Progress or Sometimes when you lose, you really win

Some losses are one-sided affairs, like the Los Angeles Galaxy’s 3-0 loss to Seattle in May at Lumen Field. That day, the Galaxy was far off the mark. Head Coach Greg Vanney was forced into resting players coming back from injury and the El Trafico just six days after this match surely played into his roster decisions as well.
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There’s a Home Health Care Shortage in Boise

As the United States seems to be pulling out of the Covid-19 crisis just in time for summer travel and other activities, there is another crisis that is underway, and it’s indirectly related to the covid pandemic. While this article is about the current situation in Boise, Idaho, there is no reason to believe that it is any different in every other part of the country.
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Perpetual Guava at Crazy Uncle Mike’s

Perpetual Guava, Brockatron, Guavabrock, Groovatron… what’s in a name?. No matter which one you choose, it means Brock Butler from Perpetual Groove with Guavatron. That right there was the reason that the show at Crazy Uncle Mike’s in Boca Raton (June 12) was packed to the gills. The plan was for Butler to play a solo set, followed by Guavatron, with the third set featuring the Perpetual Guava mashup.
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5 Best Steak Restaurants in Arizona

We have a feeling that, if you aren't a vegetarian, you like steak. It makes sense, so why not? You ought to be. Needless to emphasize, one of the best things to eat is beef seasoned, cut into perfect pieces, grilled over a blazing hot grill, or seared in a cast-iron pan.
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County-Wide Calendar

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the LLAC will meet remotely until further notice. Please call or email the contact person listed below for GoToMeeting log-in information no later than 12:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Contact: Sue Ludington. - Office: 541-682-4337 | Cell: 458-234-3423.