SAN DIEGO (AP) — The San Diego Padres and Xander Bogaerts agreed to a blockbuster $280 million, 11-year contract Wednesday night, adding the All-Star slugger to an already deep lineup. A person familiar with the negotiations confirmed the contract to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because it...
Boat floats captured during the 2021 iteration of Fort Lauderdale's Winterfest Boat ParadePhoto byWinterfest Boat Parade | Facebook. A bunch of local boaters and private yacht owners floatin' down the waterways of Fort Lauderdale, stringing up their ships to the nine with holiday lights and over-the-top decorations...while ALSO blasting toe-tappin-tunes on a Saturday night in December? Among all the Christmas events in Florida, this one is probably as "A Very Floridian Christmas" as you could possibly get!
The Chinese capital showed tentative signs of a return to normal Thursday after a sudden reversal of a hardline pandemic policy that hammered the world's second-biggest economy and ignited rare protests. In the capital, where a surge in cases had forced many to stay at home and kept businesses and schools shut, traffic was back to about half its usual intensity on Thursday, an AFP journalist said.
We tend to oversimplify school as a place to just learn the facts. We break it down into subjects like reading and writing and math and allot specific amounts of time to learn about each one. We then assess teachers as being the purveyor of knowledge and data on those...
Karl-Anthony Towns made a go-ahead fadeaway jumper with 3:53 left as the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the host Miami Heat 113-104
Longtime Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts has agreed to an 11-year, $280 million contract with the San Diego Padres.
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SAN JOSE, Calif. - A pedestrian died after being hit by a car Wednesday night in South San Jose, police said. The collision was reported about 7:30 p.m. near the intersection of Perrymont Avenue and Little Orchard Street, near The Plant Shopping Center. Police said the pedestrian died at the...
Lunchables is giving parents the coveted gift of uninterrupted time with the launch of its first-ever LTO holiday packs line-up, available free of charge exclusively online. The new Lunchables Holiday Packs give parents an extra five minutes to complete holiday tasks while kids enjoy their favorite buildable snack. Packs include "for parents' eyes only" labels sure to resonate with parents this holiday season. he three varieties include: Son of a Nutcracker! I Forgot to Hide the Elf! (Extra Cheesy Pizza), It’s December 24, Where’s the Wrench?! (Turkey and American Cracker Stackers with cookies), and How is the Gift Still Two States Away?! (Ham and Cheddar Cracker Stackers with cookies).
WEST WYOMING — Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday announced the approval of a new low-interest loan through the Pennsylvania Industrial Developm
Born and raised in Cleveland, Artist Garrett Weider loves color and derives inspiration from graffiti, comic styles and pop art. You can see his work on many walls around Northeastern Ohio including The Bike Boxes in the Flats, Bridge Avenue flower building, More Alike the Different flower wall on Puritas, among many more. He also collaborates with Eileen Dorsey on numerous Barrio restaurants outside the Cleveland area. Though he has a degree in Graphic Design from Ohio University and has worked in corporate design, he has always felt the desire to paint as a restless soul with the need to keep experimenting.
MENDOTA – A generous donation of children’s crafts and activities have been given to the city of Mendota to help spread joy this Christmas. The Mendota Police Department will be giving away gifts at a special drive-thru event Saturday starting at 10 AM behind the Police Department. The gifts were donated by Flat River LLC and distributed in cooperation with the United Way. Organizing the Saturday event is Mendota resident Ashlee Kittilson, who has spent the past few days along with her family and friends sorting out the seven pallets of unwrapped toys.
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MORAGA, Calif. – Missouri State trailed Saint Mary’s by five at the midway point and showed the defensive intensity it needed to stay in the game early. But the home-standing Gaels outscored the visitors by 15 in the second half and used a physical inside presence to gain separation down the stretch in a 66-46 road loss for MoState late Wednesday.
NEPHI, Utah, Dec. 7, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Two Utah Highway Patrol Trooper’s patrol vehicles were struck while parked on the roadside for minor crashes within an hour and a few miles of each other on I-15 Wednesday evening. One trooper suffered minor injuries and was treated and...
WILKES-BARRE — A man who admitted to using a deceased veteran’s bank card to withdraw money was sentenced to credit for time serve
Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown each scored 25 points, Malcolm Brogdon added 16 off the bench and the Boston Celtics embarrassed the sloppy Phoenix Suns 125-98 on Wednesday night
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Kim Kardashian is determined to involve Kanye West in the lives of their children. The 42-year-old star - who has North, nine, Saint, seven, Chicago, four, and Psalm, three, with Kanye - isn't allowing her acrimonious split from the rapper to undermine his relationship with their kids.
Under a new state permit that was given out last month, a port on the Columbia River in northeast Oregon will spend up to $200 million over the next four years to properly treat and store wastewater that farmers use to water their crops. The state Department of Environmental Quality fined the Port of Morrow $2.1 million in June for over-applying nitrogen-rich water to corn and potatoes too often, according to a report in the Capital Press. Crops need nitrogen, but when it is too much, it goes into the soil and groundwater. Nitrogen and oxygen combine to make nitrate, The post After Nitrates Infiltrate Wells, an Oregon Port Must Pay $200 Million to Remediate Wastewater appeared first on mynwmo.com.