Foxborough MA. – January 18:ÊÊJuliana White, a nursing student at Simmons University gets her COVID-19 vaccine from Kristen Pina at the CIC Health vaccination site at Gillette Stadium on January 18, 2021 in Foxborough, MA. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported 52 new coronavirus deaths and 3,224 new cases, while the count of COVID-19 hospitalizations rose after recently dropping. Monday’s tally of 3,224 cases comes after Sunday’s 4,283
Brady is off to his 14th conference championship game Tom Brady is unlike almost any quarterback to ever bless the NFL gridiron. Haters can hate, but the 43-year-old is off to the 14th conference championship game of his NFL career. And it takes quite a bit of talent to achieve such a rare feat. Colin Cowherd, for one, was impressed with Brady in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Divisional Round victory over the New Orleans Saints. That’s enough for the FS1 host to consider Sunday night’s performance one of
Winthrop Wins 18 StraightThe South Carolina National Guard Prepares for Presidential InaugurationTown of Fort Mill Calls the Community to Service for MLK DayWinthrop University Students Observe MLK Through Acts of ServiceInmate at the York County Detention Center Tests Positive for COVID-19Celebrating Its 35th Anniversary Catawba Nuclear Station Hold a Giving Challenge About Us Ever since its debut in 1992, CN2 has become an integral part of the community providing quality programming and video production services.
An air pollution control agency in Los Angeles County has temporarily suspended limits on cremations to help crematoriums with the “backlog” caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. (WCAX) LA (CNN/WVLT) - An air pollution control agency in Los Angeles County has temporarily suspended limits on cremations to help crematoriums with the “backlog” caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. CNN reported that the South Coast Air Quality Management District said in a News release that permits for crematoriums usually contain
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak is not planning to attend President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. The Democratic governor's office said in a statement that because of the pandemic and Sisolak's scheduled State of the State address on Tuesday he will not travel to attend the ceremony in Washington. “The governor and his office have been in touch with the President-elect’s transition team on a number of topics and the governor looks forward to a close, productive" and collaborative
STANISLAUS COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL/AP) — Stanislaus County officials announced Monday the cancellation of two new COVID-19 vaccination sites this week amid reports of possible severe allergic reactions to one of the vaccines. On Sunday, California’s state epidemiologist Dr. Erica S. Pan recommended providers stop using lot 41L20A of the Moderna vaccine, of which more than 330,000 doses arrived in California between Jan. 5 and Jan. 12 and were distributed to 287 providers. Fewer than 10 people who all received
Weather alerts issued for northern Wasatch Front winds, southeastern Utah snow through Tuesday morning
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation and National Weather Service have issued alerts for up to 70 mile per hour winds along the northern Wasatch Front through Tuesday morning. Gusty east winds are expected to develop Monday evening, before strengthening to downslope winds after midnight and peaking between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Downslope winds — otherwise known as canyon winds — are created when cold, dense air is pushed along canyon slopes and creates accelerating gusts
Mellissa Carone alongside Rudy Giuliani in Michigan. Lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems blamed Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s false claims about the company’s voting machine for the mob violence that erupted on Jan. 6 after Giuliani, President Donald Trump and others riled up a crowd of supporters in Washington, D.C. who baselessly believed the election was stolen. “While tragic, the violence at the Capitol was the entirely foreseeable result of your false, but widely publicized claims that the election
‘She doesn’t have a mean bone in her body’: Neighbor of Stratford woman arrested at Capitol checkpoint say she’s harmless
Skip to content STRATFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A Stratford woman is facing charges in Washington DC after she attempted to get through a Capitol security checkpoint with fake identification. Now, her neighbors and husband are saying it’s all a big misunderstanding. Linda MaGovern, 63, was arrested Saturday at a security checkpoint set up for the inauguration. She approached the checkpoint Saturday morning and presented what was identified as a military challenge coin. She stated she was a law enforcement officer
Registered nurse Leslie Clark, left, collects a nasal swab sample from a woman who declined to give her name at a COVID-19 testing site in Los Angeles, Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020. Hospitals in central and Southern California are quickly running out of intensive care unit beds for coronavirus patients and state officials are poised to extend the strictest stay-at-home orders there as conditions worsen before the post-holiday surge hits. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) The wave of coronavirus outbreaks that swept California
Ben Affleck, 48, and Ana de Armas, 32, are no longer together. This is reported by People magazine, citing sources. People magazine was the first to write about the star couple’s breakup, which was together for less than a year. One insider told the portal: Anna herself decided to leave. Their relationship was complicated. Ana doesn’t want to live in Los Angeles, but Ben has kids there. The second source emphasized that the stars together decided to disperse. And they parted in a friendly way. They have
Men with long-hair are taking a bit of a risk. Sometimes long hair looks good on a man but other times it absolutely does not. The men in this article have all posted to the same Reddit group for long-haired men. Some of these men have taken long-hair to the next level. Male Rapunzel – 2 Feet Of Hair Growing out long hair seems like it aged the guy in this photo by about 10 years. He now has Rapunzel level hair that goes well past his shoulders and out of camera range. Instagram-cristiano_Lb Source: Instagram-cristiano_Lb
Pete Wentz's parents met for the first time while working on Joe Biden's Senate campaign Fall Out Boy, photo via YouTube On Sunday night, Fall Out Boy helped kick off inauguration week by playing Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ We the People concert. The pop-punk group celebrated the President-elect and Vice President-elect by playing “Centuries”, and you can replay their performance down below. Fall Out Boy were wise to choose “Centuries” as their presidential hype song considering they originally imagined
Maps.me, a travel and mapping application, has announced a successful funding round as it looks to integrate the travel world with decentralized finance (DeFi). The Dutch company recently raised $50 million in a funding round as it looks to bolster its operations. Travel Meets DeFi The funding round was reportedly led by quantitative crypto trading firm Alameda Research. Other investors in the funding round include CMS Holdings and genesis Capital. Maps.me will be looking to expand its core mapping service,
Brokerages forecast that Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (NYSE:APD) will post earnings of $2.19 per share for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks Investment Research. Two analysts have issued estimates for Air Products and Chemicals’ earnings, with the lowest EPS estimate coming in at $2.15 and the highest estimate coming in at $2.26. Air Products and Chemicals posted earnings of $2.14 per share during the same quarter last year, which would indicate a positive year-over-year growth rate of 2.3%.
Students, faculty and staff members at Saint Leo University volunteered to help other and beautify the campus. Geossica Madden, a freshman from Jamaica, volunteered to clean the Greek Life benches at Saint Leo University. This is Madden’s first semester on campus and she was eager to get involved. (Christine Lear/Saint Leo University ) ST. LEO, FL – Saint Leo University students, faculty and staff answered a question once posed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: "What are you doing for others?" on Monday.
AJ Styles Reveals Why He’s Proud Of His Royal Rumble Match With John Cena AJ Styles recently reflected on his incredible WWE Championship match with John Cena, revealing why he’s so proud of it. The two men had a tremendous match at the WWE Royal Rumble in 2017, which was heavily praised at the time. Styles spoke about the match on his appearance on WWE’s The Bump, revealing an interesting note as to why he’s so proud of it. “It was awesome! I think about this match with John Cena, and I would say,
A promotional flyer for the event.// Courtesy of HALO HALO, a nonprofit based out of Kansas City, is hosting their annual Artreach Auction online this year on Feb. 26. The auction will feature live entertainment, a HALO short film documentary premiere, a silent auction, and special guest Oprah Winfrey. The fundraiser is free to attend and proceeds will benefit HALO’s mission of housing and assisting homeless and at-risk youth. “For over 15 years, HALO has provided housing, healing and education to thousands
When the Baltimore Ravens look back on their 2020 season, they'll remember rallying from a team-wide surge of COVID-19 to reach the playoffs for the third successive year before defeating Tennessee on the road for their first postseason victory since January 2015. The Ravens will also recall their final game, a frustrating 17-3 loss on a windy night in Buffalo. The setback was particularly disappointing because their performance just wasn't up to the standard of an organization that expects nothing less than
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, Calif. -- San Luis Obispo County plans for a potential power shutoff on Tuesday and Santa Barbara County is being considered for a potential power shutoff on Monday. According to Santa Barbara Office of Emergency Services, Southern California Edison says they have notified customers about their consideration of a power shutoff in the east parts of Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria. The consideration is due to an increased risk of wildfires. If the shutoff happens the outage may begin