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Kirstie Alley, Cheers and Look Who’s Talking actor, dies aged 71

Kirstie Alley, the TV and film star known for her roles in Cheers, Veronica’s Closet and Look Who’s Talking, has died at the age of 71. Alley’s death was confirmed on Monday night in a statement from her children, True and Lillie Parker, which was posted to her social media account.

Nationwide Report - New Website Launch

We wanted to update all 63k followers and those who are not following us, that NationwideReport.com has now completed renovation of it's website. Nationwide Report™ keeps consumers informed on local accidents and safety reports. Our intention behind creating Nationwide Report™ is to solve a few problems:
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PHOTO TOUR: Friend Health Center

Friend Health wanted to establish a project that serves medically underserved areas within Chicago’s neighborhoods, particularly in the city’s South Side area. The resulting Friend Family Health Center in the Woodlawn neighborhood is certified as a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides low-cost services to residents in need, regardless of insurance, financial status, or immigration status.
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Kim Kardashian’s SKKN Pop-Up Store is Just as Greige as Her Minimalist Home

Cold stone forms, a complete lack of ornamentation, and a whole lot of greige. These may be qualities we associate with the cartoonishly minimalist home Kim Kardashian once shared with her ex-husband Kanye West, but they’re not exactly synonymous with skincare. Design studio Perron-Roettinger wanted to break the skincare aesthetic mold with the new SKKN pop-up store in Los Angeles, providing the first-ever physical showcase for Kardashian’s line of luxury skincare products. Made largely of plaster and cement, the space echoes the sparse, geometric characteristics of the brand identity the designers originally created for SKKN.

Trans-National Criminal Organization Series - Part 1

The topic of organized crime has definitely been made more popular, mainly due to the crime waves spreading across the country, and with the defund the police movements sweeping across the country. However, with these crime waves comes some of the same type of "old crime." Inner city gangs and career criminals come to mind. But as a citizen of your community, you should really start to look at and have an open mind to the type of crime that is occurring. It is not just career criminals roaming the streets committing robberies, or drug dealers slinging dope on the street corner.
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Linden holds annual Holiday Tree Lighting

Linden’s Annual Holiday Tree Lighting was held of Friday, December 2nd at Linden City Hall. There was live entertainment, horse drawn wagon rides, holiday music, refreshments, photos with Santa, and bike giveaways for younger children. After the tree lighting, Linden families were invited to visit with Santa at the Promenade which is decorated for the season as a winter wonderland of lights.
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Florida sees pair of linemen enter NCAA transfer portal

It’s a busy day for players entering the NCAA transfer portal, including multiple members of the Florida football team. Among the many Gators making up the roster turnover that comes with a coaching change, 2 linemen are on the list of UF players looking at options to play elsewhere.
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COVID Dashboard: Covid cases jump nearly 40%, as RSV and flu cause more misery

Locally, COVID cases jumped over the last week, despite a dip in the previous week. The county recorded 842 active cases as of Monday’s update from the Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency. That’s 235 more than last Monday. That’s a 38% increase in cases over the last week. No new deaths were reported locally, keeping the county’s pandemic total at 275.
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Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony & Winter Market

On Friday, December 2nd, the Borough of Roselle Park hosted its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Michael J. Mauri Park. The event coincided with the opening of the 2nd Annual Winter Market, a three-day long event that featured craft vendors, food vendors, free kids activities, and a beer garden.

‘Cheers' TV Icon Kirstie Alley Dies at Age 71

Kirstie Alley, best known for her role as Rebecca Howe in the NBC sitcom “Cheers,” has died at the age of 71, her family said in a statement on Monday. Her family said she died after a battle with cancer. "We are sad to inform you that our...
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Lisabeth Pérez Castle tapped as Denver’s new Independent Monitor

Lisabeth Pérez Castle will likely be Denver’s next Independent Monitor, the city’s top law enforcement watchdog. The Citizen Oversight Board announced the unanimous decision Monday, after public meetings last week with Pérez Castle and fellow finalist Mary Opler. City Council must now approve the choice. Pérez...