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8 More LA Children Hospitalized With Coronavirus-Linked Syndrome

8 More LA Children Hospitalized With Coronavirus-Linked Syndrome

1Reply (1)LOS ANGELES, CA — Another eight children in Los Angeles County have contracted the rare inflammatory condition connected with the coronavirus, county health officials confirmed Sunday. The county has now seen 62 cases of children with Multisystem inflammatory syndrome, or MIS-C, including one fatal case, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. The rare syndrome has afflicted often asymptomatic children two to four weeks after exposure to the coronavirus. In Los Angeles County, MIS-C has afflicted Latino children disproportionately much as coronavirus,...

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TPD Officers Released From DCH, Suspect Shot During Exchange

TPD Officers Released From DCH, Suspect Shot During Exchange

0Reply TUSCALOOSA, AL — A manhunt lasting a little more than an hour resulted in the arrest of a suspect accused of shooting a Tuscaloosa Police officer in the bulletproof vest when officers responded to a call at The Links Monday afternoon off of Highway 69 North. Click to subscribe to our daily email newsletters and breaking news alerts delivered to your inbox and mobile devices for free. You can also support local journalism by donating as little as $5 a month to become a supporting member or by downloading our free Patch mobile app. Subscribe The Tuscaloosa Police Department confirmed...

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A Century Ago: Tuscaloosa Militiamen Accused Of Lynching Miner

A Century Ago: Tuscaloosa Militiamen Accused Of Lynching Miner

0Reply "Twenty miles from a railroad, in a town whose only direct communication with the outside world is one private telephone, the most interesting case in Alabama's history is being tried" - Associated Press report from Hamilton, Alabama on Feb. 8, 1921. TUSCALOOSA, AL — The lynching of accused murderer and Walker County coal miner Willie Baird dominated newspaper headlines a century ago in January 1921, bringing nationwide interest to a case that would see nearly a dozen Alabama National Guardsmen from Tuscaloosa acquitted of first-degree murder. Baird's untimely and violent death also...

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Review Of Plainfield Township Finances After Fremarek's Charges

Review Of Plainfield Township Finances After Fremarek's Charges

4Replies (4)PLAINFIELD, IL — The Plainfield Township Board has approved to an external review of its finances. During a special meeting Thursday, trustees hired Wermer, Rogers, Doran & Ruzon, an accounting firm in Joliet, to conduct the review. This comes after Anthony Fremarek, township supervisor, was charged last week, accused of with from a consulting firm where he worked until 2019 to pay his personal credit cards. According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, he attempted to conceal the embezzlement by in the company's accounting system — over a period of six years — to disguise the...

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Former Tide LB DeMeco Ryans Promoted To NFL Defensive Coordinator

Former Tide LB DeMeco Ryans Promoted To NFL Defensive Coordinator

0Reply TUSCALOOSA, AL — Former Crimson Tide linebacker and NFL star DeMeco Ryans has been promoted to defensive coordinator of the San Francisco 49ers after four years as inside linebackers coach and a defensive quality specialist, the team Click to subscribe to our daily email newsletters and breaking news alerts delivered to your inbox and mobile devices for free. You can also support local journalism by donating as little as $5 a month to become a supporting member or by downloading our free Patch mobile app. Subscribe Ryans, 36, will take the place of Robert Saleh, who left San...

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2 Charged After Sandy Hook Memorial Defaced In Southington

2 Charged After Sandy Hook Memorial Defaced In Southington

18Replies (18)SOUTHINGTON, CT — Two people were charged after the Sandy Hook memorial mural was vandalized in Southington, police said. Lorenzo Cavallo, 20, of Plainville, and Gina Lombardi, 21, of Bristol, were charged with first-degree criminal mischief Thursday. Cavallo's bail was set at $150,000 and Lombardi's was set at $10,000, police said. The mural is on detached garages at 245 Summer St. The property owner donated the back of one structure for a mural painted in remembrance of the 26 children and adults killed in the 2012 Newtown school shootings.Subscribe Police said there have...

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NJ Lawmakers Push Big Changes To Gov. Murphy's COVID Management

NJ Lawmakers Push Big Changes To Gov. Murphy's COVID Management

149Replies (149)NEW JERSEY — Lawmakers advanced legislation on Thursday that would compel Gov. Phil Murphy to make a big change to his management of the coronavirus. Lawmakers from Murphy's own party are pushing the bill that would direct the Murphy administration to develop and implement a county-based mitigation plan that would allow more businesses to operate during a pandemic. The Senate Commerce Committee, by a 5-0 vote, advanced the legislation on Thursday that was sponsored by two Democrats, Sen. Vin Gopal and Senate President Steve Sweeney.Subscribe "While New Jersey has been hit...

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B117 COVID-19 Variant First Identified In UK Detected In Illinois

B117 COVID-19 Variant First Identified In UK Detected In Illinois

269Replies (269)EVANSTON, IL — Public health officials announced the first case of the coronavirus strain first identified in the United Kingdom has been detected in Illinois. The case was identified by Northwestern University medical school researchers who analyzed specimens from samples of COVID-19-poistive tests, according to the Chicago and Illinois departments of public health. The new variant, dubbed B.1.1.7, was about a week ago. It has since been found in several other states. "When we learned of this and other COVID-19 variants, we increased our surveillance efforts by performing...

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Nearly 90 More COVID Deaths Reported In LA County

Nearly 90 More COVID Deaths Reported In LA County

0Reply LOS ANGELES, CA — The number of people hospitalized due to COVID-19 in Los Angeles County continued trending slowly downward Monday, while the county announced key progress in its vaccination program. According to the county Department of Public Health, nearly 99% of the skilled nursing facilities in the county have administered first doses of the vaccine to residents and staff. The five remaining nursing homes will be administering shots this week. Completing those vaccinations will be a key step in advancing the program to more residents.Subscribe The county reported 88 more...

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Colorado Finalizes 'Roadmap' For Tackling Greenhouse Gas Pollution

Colorado Finalizes 'Roadmap' For Tackling Greenhouse Gas Pollution

0Reply January 15, 2021 SubscribeXcel Energy's coal-fired Comanche Generating Station in Pueblo is shown on Jan. 19, 2019. It's the largest power plant in the state, capable of generating 1,410 megawatts of power. (Mike Sweeney/Special to Colorado Newsline) Colorado climate and energy officials on Thursday released the final version of their plan to bring the state's planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions in line with the targets set by lawmakers in 2019. The , a draft version of which was released late last year, outlines a path toward the statewide emissions goals set by House Bill...

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Westchester County funds new cricket field

Westchester County funds new cricket field

0This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.Reply CRICKET EXPANDING IN WESTCHESTER -GREENBURGH WAS FIRST--SPORT SO POPULAR WESTCHESTER IS NOW FUNDING A NEW FIELD In 2019 Greenburgh became the first community in Westchester to offer residents the opportunity to enjoy cricket --one of the most popular sports in the world. We created a field at Richard Presser Park in Hartsdale. It's been enormously popular. The problem: The demand is so great that we can't serve everyone who wants to use the field. I am very pleased that County Executive...

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St. Petersburg Motorcyclist Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver

St. Petersburg Motorcyclist Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver

0Reply PINELLAS PARK, FL — A 45-year-old St. Petersburg man died after being struck by a hit-and-run driver on 62nd Avenue North at 55th Street North in Pinellas Park Friday. At 12:35 a.m., Jason Prine was riding his motorcycle when he was struck by a vehicle that fled the scene. A small dark-colored pickup truck with whitewall tired was spotted leaving the area immediately after the crash. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-973-TIPS or the Pinellas Park Police Department at 727-369-7840. The pick-up truck was dark in color with whitewall tires.SubscribeTo...

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Wind Turbine Hub Coming To Brooklyn Marine Terminal, Cuomo Says

Wind Turbine Hub Coming To Brooklyn Marine Terminal, Cuomo Says

0Reply BROOKLYN, NY — A highly-anticipated offshore wind facility at the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal has officially gotten the go-ahead from the state. Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed in his State of the State address on Wednesday that an offshore wind turbine hub at the Sunset Park port is on his list for renewable energy projects coming to the state in 2021. The announcement comes after pleas from elected officials — most recently U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer and Public Advocate Jumaane Williams — for the state to select the marine terminal for its wind port development program.SubscribeThe...

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Massachusetts No Longer Requiring Student Flu Shots

Massachusetts No Longer Requiring Student Flu Shots

62Replies (62)Massachusetts is suspending its requirement that students get the flu vaccine, citing a mild flu season and the focus on vaccinating against the coronavirus. The move spares parents whose children have yet to get the flu shot needing to worry about getting two vaccines this year — though health officials are still urging everyone to get the flu shot. The Department of Public Health said in a statement Friday it is removing the requirement, which mandated children from 6 months be vaccinated against the flu if they were to attend anything from child care programs and preschools...

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Democrats Eye Vehicles As The Next Target For Cutting Carbon Emissions

Democrats Eye Vehicles As The Next Target For Cutting Carbon Emissions

0Reply By Sarah Vogelsong January 14, 2021 While Virginia Democrats' big environmental push of 2020 was the Virginia Clean Economy Act, a sweeping omnibus measure designed to eliminate carbon emissions from the state's power grid by 2050, during the 2021 session they're setting their sights on a tougher and more diffuse source of carbon: transportation. Subscribe According to , almost half of Virginia's carbon emissions — 48 percent — come from transportation. Electric power, by contrast, accounts for almost a third, at 29 percent. But while power grid emissions come largely from a few...

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Philadelphia City Commits To Carbon Neutrality By 2050, Releases Climate Action Playbook And Hires First Chief Resilience Officer

Philadelphia City Commits To Carbon Neutrality By 2050, Releases Climate Action Playbook And Hires First Chief Resilience Officer

0Reply Published by: Office of Sustainability, Office of the Mayor Contact: Mike Dunn Mike.Dunn@Phila.govFor immediate release: January 15, 2021Subscribe PHILADELPHIA – Mayor Kenney announced today the City of Philadelphia's commitment to achieving by 2050. The City today also released a draft of the Philadelphia , announced the hiring of its first and provided further information about the City's first . Carbon Neutrality The commitment to carbon neutrality goes beyond the City's previous commitment to reduce emissions 80 percent by 2050 (80×50). A carbon neutral city generates net-zero...

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NJ Stops Company From Selling Large Capacity Magazines Nationwide

NJ Stops Company From Selling Large Capacity Magazines Nationwide

1Reply (1)NEW JERSEY - A Florida company has agreed to stop advertising, offering for sale, and selling large capacity magazines (LCMs) anywhere in the United States, and to pay $135,000 in civil penalties after the company sold LCMs to an undercover investigator and delivered the prohibited ammunition to a New Jersey address, according to Attorney General Gurbir Grewal. The Consent Judgment resolves a civil lawsuit filed by the Attorney General and the Division of Consumer Affairs against Elite Aluminum Products Inc. d/b/a DaytonaTactical.com and GunPartsPlus.com (Elite Aluminum), for...

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Berkeley Vaccine: Register For Alameda County Notification

Berkeley Vaccine: Register For Alameda County Notification

2Replies (2)BERKELEY, CA — It's the question on everyone's mind: when will I get a coronavirus vaccine? The inoculation has been touted as the key to halting the spread of COVID-19, but the rollout of the vaccine program in California has been infuriatingly slow, with less than one-third of available vaccines in use, according to the latest statistics available. An "Alameda County Resident Vaccine Notification Form" is now available online for you to fill out. According to the form, "We will notify you when a vaccine is available and send you information with details on location and...

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Trolls Wrongly Accused Retired Firefighter Of Capitol Riot Murder

Trolls Wrongly Accused Retired Firefighter Of Capitol Riot Murder

116Replies (116)CHICAGO — David Quintavalle didn't do it. The retired Chicago firefighter from Mount Greenwood — whom social media trolls called a " and accused of fatally wielding a fire extinguisher that killed a cop as a mob of Trump-supporting insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 — was grocery shopping and celebrating his wife's birthday in Chicago, Patch has learned. Twitter exploded with unsubstantiated claims Tuesday that Quintavalle — who retired from the fire department in 2016 after 32 years — was the bearded "#extinguisherman" in a surveillance video wearing a...

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Coronavirus Variant Found In Maryland: Governor

Coronavirus Variant Found In Maryland: Governor

11Replies (11)MARYLAND — The UK Variant of the coronavirus has been detected in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday, Jan. 12. The first two cases have been confirmed, and they are two Anne Arundel County residents, according to Hogan. One of the infected people recently returned from travel abroad to multiple continents, and the other is the spouse of that person, the governor said.Subscribe Both are currently in isolation, and their two children are quarantining with their parents. Contact tracing is underway to identify who may have been exposed since they returned to Maryland....

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Rep. Raskin's Family At Capitol When It Was Overrun By Rioters

Rep. Raskin's Family At Capitol When It Was Overrun By Rioters

1Reply (1)SILVER SPRING, MD — Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) invited his daughter and son-in-law to the U.S. Capitol Wednesday to see the peaceful transfer of power as President-elect Joe Biden was certified the winner of November's election. Instead, the family — reeling from the death of Raskin's son — lived through mayhem when the Capitol was overrun by pro-Trump rioters. "We experienced a terrible family tragedy in the last week, and so I had one of my daughters with me — and a son-in-law with me — because we wanted to be together," Raskin said in an interview with C-SPAN Wednesday. "I...

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Browns Beat Steelers, Win 1st Playoff Game Since 1994

Browns Beat Steelers, Win 1st Playoff Game Since 1994

0Reply CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns demolished their rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers, to win the franchise's first playoff game in nearly 30 years. The Browns scored a touchdown on the first play of the game, when a bad snap by Pittsburgh led to a fumble recovered in the end zone. Things only got better for Cleveland from there. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw three interceptions in the first two quarters, leading to three more touchdowns for Cleveland. The score was 28-0 after the first quarter. Subscribe The Steelers rallied to score a touchdown before the end of the...

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Plan For New Alexandria Hospital At Landmark Mall Site Announced

Plan For New Alexandria Hospital At Landmark Mall Site Announced

0Reply ALEXANDRIA, VA — Alexandria officials and development partners announced plans Tuesday to advance a development that will include an Inova medical campus. The joint venture of Foulger-Pratt, The Howard Hughes Corporation, and Seritage Growth announced the initial agreement with the City of Alexandria and Inova Health System for the 4 million-square-foot community. The proposed development would turn the vacant mall into a mixed-use walkable area anchored by the Inova medical campus. Inova plans to invest $1 billion in the new medical campus, relocating and expanding Inova Alexandria...

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Former Alabama Governor Talks Coronavirus, Unrest & Politics

Former Alabama Governor Talks Coronavirus, Unrest & Politics

1Reply (1)TUSCALOOSA, AL — Tuscaloosa dermatologist and former Republican Alabama governor Dr. Robert Bentley was in Washington D.C. at the winter meeting of the National Governors Association in early February 2020, attending for enjoyment and not business, when he heard about a special meeting called for all of the current governors in attendance. The focus of the meeting centered on a strange new virus reportedly out of China that was raising concerns among public health officials. While he didn't attend the meeting in person, the information that trickled out of that discussion was as...

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Redwood City Library Holding Virtual Circus

Redwood City Library Holding Virtual Circus

0Reply REDWOOD CITY, CA – The Redwood City Public Library's "Boswick's Reading Circus" will hold a this weekend featuring a former Ringling Brother and Barnum & Bailey Circus clown. The online circus will be held Sunday on Zoom from 11 to 11:30 a.m. The event will feature family-friendly comedy with magic and juggling acts.Subscribe This event is sponsored by . To register for this event or for more information visit .SubscribeLoading... + Add your event + Add your classifiedJanuary 2021SuMoTuWeThFrSa12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031

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