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Minnesota Priest Used Homily To Spread COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory

Minnesota Priest Used Homily To Spread COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory

6Sep 25, 2020 12:21 pm CTUpdated Sep 25, 2020 1:01 pm CTReplies (6)TWIN CITIES, MN — A Catholic priest in Minnesota used his homily during Mass to spread a conspiracy theory about the coronavirus pandemic. At the Church of St. Raphael in Crystal on Sept. 6, Rev. Robert Altier told parishioners that COVID-19 was created by scientists in laboratories in the North Carolina and China, and that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health officials have been spreading lies about it. Altier also said only 9,200 people have died from the virus.Subscribe A video of the homily,...

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After Years On Market, Blair House Site Sells For Just $3 Million

After Years On Market, Blair House Site Sells For Just $3 Million

1Sep 23, 2020 4:00 pm CTUpdated Sep 24, 2020 4:03 pm CTReply (1) LAKE BLUFF, IL — More than 26 acres of lakefront land changed hands in Lake Bluff earlier this month, with a closing price of less than a third of what its sellers asked for it prior to demolishing the historically significant modernist mansion that formerly occupied the property. The estate of Edward McCormick Blair sold the former site of the Blair House at 925 Sheridan Road for $3 million on Sept. 9. Located on the grounds of Crab Tree Farm, the property includes about 664 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline, a ravine with a...

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RI Union Supports Dropping 'Plantations' From State Name

RI Union Supports Dropping 'Plantations' From State Name

13Sep 24, 2020 3:19 pm ETUpdated Sep 24, 2020 5:20 pm ETReplies (13)PROVIDENCE, RI — Rhode Island's largest labor union has voiced its support for a polarizing issue in Rhode Island. On Thursday, the AFL-CIO called for all members and their families to vote in favor of dropping "and Providence Plantations" from the state's official name. "It is time for Rhode Island to remove the hurtful references to plantations in the official state name," union president George Nee said. "Part of the mission of the AFL-CIO is to 'vanquish ­oppression, privation and cruelty in all their forms' and one of...

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Truck Pulling Trailer Full Of Monkeys Catches Fire On I-287

Truck Pulling Trailer Full Of Monkeys Catches Fire On I-287

5Sep 25, 2020 9:26 am ETUpdated Sep 25, 2020 11:47 am ETReplies (5)BRIDGEWATER, NJ — A pickup truck pulling a trailer full of monkeys caught on fire on I-287 in Bridgewater on Thursday. At 12:43 p.m. on Thursday, a 2006 Chevy Pickup caught fire on I-287 South at milepost 20 in Bridgewater, New Jersey State Police Trooper Charles Marchan said. came out and were "able to quickly knock down the vehicle fire and cool off the trailer before it could spread," the fire company said.Subscribe The trailer did not catch on fire and no monkeys were injured, Marchan said.The driver was also...

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Heritage Harley-Davidson Of Concord Sold, Will Close Sept. 30

Heritage Harley-Davidson Of Concord Sold, Will Close Sept. 30

0Sep 23, 2020 5:27 pm ETUpdated Sep 23, 2020 5:32 pm ETReply CONCORD, NH — New Hampshire's oldest Harley-Davidson dealership will close at the end of the month. Heritage Harley-Davidson of Concord on Manchester Street has been sold to Paul Veracka, who owns a number of dealerships including Manchester Harley-Davidson and others in the eastern part of the United States. Andy Segalini, the president of the dealership, made the announcement official Wednesday after many weeks of rumors and speculation in the capital region biker community about a possible sale and concerns about the state of...

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Black Lives Matter Sign In Middletown Classroom Ignites Debate

Black Lives Matter Sign In Middletown Classroom Ignites Debate

138Sep 23, 2020 3:59 pm ETUpdated Sep 23, 2020 4:30 pm ETReplies (138)MIDDLETOWN, NJ — The father of a student at Middletown High School North said this sign was hanging in his child's classroom this week, and he would like the district to take it down. The lettering appears to be etched or glued to the front of the teacher's desk and reads "In this class, we believe: Black Lives Matter. Women's rights are human rights. No human is illegal. Science is real. Love is love. Kindness is everything." Middletown resident Mike Craig, 52, said his child snapped the photo while sitting in her...

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Enfield High School Closing For 2 Days Due to Coronavirus Case

Enfield High School Closing For 2 Days Due to Coronavirus Case

1Sep 23, 2020 8:11 pm ETUpdated Sep 23, 2020 8:14 pm ETReply (1)ENFIELD, CT — Enfield High School will be closed Thursday and Friday after a positive case of coronavirus by a member of the school community was confirmed Wednesday afternoon. Superintendent of Schools Christopher Drezek said the last day the infected person had been in the school was Monday. He said anyone who had been in close contact with the person has been or will be notified.Students are to follow the Wednesday remote learning schedule while the building is closed.Subscribe The notification which was sent by Drezek to...

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Why Indian Developers are Good in Programming? - Woodbridge, NJ Patch

Why Indian Developers are Good in Programming? - Woodbridge, NJ Patch

0This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.India is certainly the best country for outsourcing software development. But are Indian developers really good for programming? Let's find !Contact this poster directlyFeatured ClassifiedFeatured ClassifiedShow 1 previous replyFeatured ClassifiedFeatured ClassifiedShow 1 previous replySep 23Sep 23Sep 26Sep 28+ Add your event

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Coronavirus Death Scoreboard To Be Unveiled In Northbrook

Coronavirus Death Scoreboard To Be Unveiled In Northbrook

7Sep 17, 2020 10:09 am CTReplies (7)NORTHBROOK, IL — With the number of coronavirus deaths in the United States rapidly approaching 200,000, Lee Goodman, of Peaceful Communities, is looking to make a statement regarding the deadly disease. On Friday, the "COVID Death Scoreboard" is set to be unveiled at Triangle Park, corner of Shermer Road and Walters Avenue. "This display is a reminder of the continuing need to take precautions. Schools and businesses are reopening, but the disease is still spreading and people are still dying," Goodman said. The scoreboard will be unveiled at 3 p.m....

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Missing Oak Park Baby Boy, Parents Found By Police, FBI

Missing Oak Park Baby Boy, Parents Found By Police, FBI

0Sep 14, 2020 10:38 am CTReply OAK PARK, IL — A missing Oak Park baby and his parents have been found. According to the Oak Park Police Department, one-month-old Julian Pesce and his parents, Jasmin Salgado, 26, and Jorge Pesce, 27, were located Thursday night by Oak Park police and members of the FBI. Police said Julian is healthy and in the custody of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (IDCFS) due to a court order.According to a Cook County Sheriff's office report, at the sheriff's office Friday. Her next court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday. Patch will update...

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Man Stabbed On BART Train In Fremont

Man Stabbed On BART Train In Fremont

2Sep 18, 2020 12:52 pm PTUpdated Sep 18, 2020 1:23 pm PTReplies (2)FREMONT, CA — A man is hospitalized after being stabbed aboard a BART train at the Warm Springs station in Fremont.The suspect has been taken into custody.BART Police first reported the stabbing around 12:30 p.m. Friday.Subscribe The Warm Springs station was closed for about a half hour, with a bus bridge added almost immediately.The BART schedule was never impacted, as trains rolled through the station without stopping.SubscribeTo request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit to .Replies (2)Show previous 2...

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2 Maryland Pizzerias Are Among 101 Best In America: Daily Meal

2 Maryland Pizzerias Are Among 101 Best In America: Daily Meal

5Sep 15, 2020 7:53 pm ETUpdated Sep 15, 2020 8:18 pm ETReplies (5)MARYLAND — Maryland is home to two of the top pizzerias in the country, according to The Daily Meal. The site for foodies recently released its list of the 101 Best Pizzas in America for 2020, including two in the Free State. While The Daily Meal incorporates variety in its list, there is some common ground among its top selections for a slice, according to the editors. The Daily Meal considered nearly 1,000 pizzas and looked for qualities like nuanced sauce, well-distributed cheese, flavorful crusts and overall balance of...

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Layoffs Still On The Table For 22K City Workers, Mayor Says

Layoffs Still On The Table For 22K City Workers, Mayor Says

3Sep 15, 2020 4:25 pm ETReplies (3)NEW YORK CITY — City workers shouldn't shake any worry about being part of potential 22,000 layoffs, Mayor Bill de Blasio again warned.De Blasio on Tuesday said municipal unions continue to press state lawmakers to give New York City long-term borrowing authority to help plug billions of dollars leaking from its budget amid the coronavirus pandemic.Those talks are ongoing but if they fail, de Blasio said he's legally required to balance the budget — and layoffs appear to be the only option left, he has maintained.Subscribe"We are not out of the woods at...

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Grace Community Church Defies Court With Packed Sunday Service

Grace Community Church Defies Court With Packed Sunday Service

30Sep 13, 2020 11:44 am PTUpdated Sep 13, 2020 5:56 pm PTReplies (30)SUN VALLEY, CA — Grace Community Church in Sun Valley held a packed morning service Sunday, defying a court order directing them to refrain from holding indoor services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Pastor John MacArthur prefaced the service by complaining about the many health measures required by local and state authorities to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. "The question has come up a number of times about why Grace Church does not just comply with the orders that have been laid down for churches, and I...

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Wisconsin Farmer Plants 2 Million Sunflowers To Make People Smile

Wisconsin Farmer Plants 2 Million Sunflowers To Make People Smile

0Sep 12, 2020 7:36 am CTReply KENOSHA COUNTY, WI — After a troubled start to 2020 that involved the coronavirus pandemic, a fourth-generation berry farmer in rural Kenosha County planted more than two million sunflowers in hopes of giving people a reason to smile. Scott Thompson operates the Thompson Strawberry Farm in Bristol, located several miles outside Kenosha just west of I-94 between Milwaukee and Chicago. From the road, visitors can see fields of waving yellow sunflowers and people milling through the seas of color. For $25 per carload of guests, customers can come out to the farm...

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Thousands Of Migrating Birds To Fly Over Philly Area Monday

Thousands Of Migrating Birds To Fly Over Philly Area Monday

14Sep 14, 2020 9:24 am ETReplies (14)EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA — More than 53,000 birds are expected to fly in the skies over the Philadelphia region Monday evening in one of the largest migration events of the season. According to the Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program, artificial lights can confuse birds and cause them to become disoriented or fly into buildings. To protect these migrating birds, the organization advises turning off as many outdoor lights as possible from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Subscribe The birds are among nearly 900 million that are predicted to migrate on Sunday and Monday...

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Beaty Proposes to Rename National Seashore After President Trump

Beaty Proposes to Rename National Seashore After President Trump

3This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.Sep 12, 2020 1:06 pm ETUpdated Sep 12, 2020 1:49 pm ETReplies (3) I hereby publicly propose that we rename the Cape Cod National Seashore as the "President Donald J. Trump National Seashore." At this time, I seek constructive public feedback, dialog and discussion regarding my proposal, and positively moving forward with it.Interested parties may contact me via email at or by phone at: .Thank you.- BARNSTABLE COUNTY COMMISSIONER RON BEATYThe views expressed in this post are the author's own. Want...

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'They're Not Garbage': Residents Condemn City's Homeless Shuffle

'They're Not Garbage': Residents Condemn City's Homeless Shuffle

2Sep 11, 2020 6:25 pm ETUpdated Sep 11, 2020 9:52 pm ETReplies (2)MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — Residents and elected officials took aim at the mayor Friday over the city's plans to boot dozens of homeless families from a Midtown shelter, rallying outside the building where hundreds of men are set to arrive once they are transferred from the Upper West Side. In the rally outside the Harmonia shelter on East 31st Street, speakers blasted Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to move hundreds of men from the Upper West Side's Lucerne Hotel over to the Harmonia, — many of them with significant...

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New Distribution Warehouse Means More Jobs For Orange: Report

New Distribution Warehouse Means More Jobs For Orange: Report

0Sep 11, 2020 2:10 pm ETReply ORANGE, CT — A new is slated for the former Lowe's and Sam's Club sites on the Boston Post Road in Orange, though the specific tenant of the facility has not yet been revealed, reports the Connecticut Post.Town officials are not revealing the name of the new tenant, but the Post writes that it could be Amazon.Under the proposal, recently presented to and approved by the Town Plan and Zoning Commission, the former Lowe's will house a facility of more than 160,000 square feet, and the former Sam's Club will be used for indoor parking of vehicles.SubscribeWork is...

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Families Displaced From Midtown Shelter To Make Room For UWS Men

Families Displaced From Midtown Shelter To Make Room For UWS Men

0Sep 10, 2020 2:19 pm ETUpdated Sep 10, 2020 7:53 pm ETReply MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — At least 150 families will be displaced from a Midtown shelter to make room for men being , shelter staff said Thursday, as a group of elected officials condemned the city's decision to "evict these families with only a few days' notice." The 150 adult families, amounting to 338 people, are set to be moved from the Harmonia shelter on East 31st Street, formerly the site of the Chandler Hotel, Judith Jackson, chief of staff at shelter provider Services for the Underserved, told Patch. Of those 338, about...

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Hunger Action Month In Oak Park: Help Others Go Beyond Hunger

Hunger Action Month In Oak Park: Help Others Go Beyond Hunger

0Sep 10, 2020 11:56 am CTUpdated Sep 10, 2020 12:04 pm CTReply OAK PARK, IL — September is Hunger Action Month, and Beyond Hunger, formerly Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry, is raising awareness about food insecurity in the community and provides several ways for others to participate. Beyond Hunger, located at 848 Lake Street in Oak Park, has food distribution events every Wednesday and Saturday, accepts donations of canned goods or pantry staples, and monthly volunteer orientations, Sarah Corbin said. According to Beyond Hunger, other active ways to support your community members...

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Temporary Restraining Order Issued Against Grace Community Church

Temporary Restraining Order Issued Against Grace Community Church

0Sep 10, 2020 2:12 pm PTUpdated Sep 10, 2020 3:47 pm PTReply SUN VALLEY, CA — Calling their weekly church services an "immediate threat to public health and safety due to the COVID-19 pandemic," a judge issued a temporary restraining order against Grace Community Church and demanded they cease indoor worship. The megachurch has routinely held normal services for as many as 7,000 people since unilaterally deciding to reopen in July. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff allowed the church to worship outdoors, but said congregation members must wear masks and social distance....

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Claremont Councilor Had 11 Sustained Internal Affairs Cases As Police Officer

Claremont Councilor Had 11 Sustained Internal Affairs Cases As Police Officer

2Sep 5, 2020 9:00 am ETUpdated Sep 5, 2020 9:03 am ETReplies (2) By DAMIEN FISHER, InDepthNH.org CLAREMONT, NH — Former Claremont Police Officer Jon Stone was the subject of 11 internal affairs investigations that found sustained allegations of misconduct, according to a letter from Claremont City Manager Ed Morris.Subscribe Stone, who stopped working for the Claremont Police Department some time in either 2005 or 2006, is a current member of the Claremont City Council and a Republican candidate for the state House of Representatives. Stone didn't immediately respond to a request for...

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Mooning, Solicitor Threats: La Grange Cops

Mooning, Solicitor Threats: La Grange Cops

0Sep 4, 2020 10:47 am CTUpdated Sep 4, 2020 10:49 am CTReply LA GRANGE, IL — In the last week, La Grange police handled cases involving mooning, threatening solicitors and thefts. Here is information from the latest reports: Police report information is provided by local police departments. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions on a given day, and persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.To request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit to .Loading...Sep 11Sep 11Sep 12+ Add your event+ Add your...

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PA Robocalls Seek To Suppress Mail-In Voters, Officials Warn

PA Robocalls Seek To Suppress Mail-In Voters, Officials Warn

131Sep 9, 2020 12:51 pm ETUpdated Sep 9, 2020 12:58 pm ETReplies (131)PENNSYLVANIA — State leaders are warning residents about fraudulent robocalls recently circulating in Pennsylvania spreading disinformation about mail-in voting. The robocalls allege that the state will take personal information gathered from mail-in ballots and turn it over to law enforcement agencies, who will then somehow use it to make arrests on "outstanding warrants." "Unfortunately, every election season brings a wave of disinformation purveyed by dishonest sources hoping to mislead voters and influence the...

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