• SLOW TRAVEL: Run down your rev count in Ronda where slow travel is the new mantra 21 Jul 2019 10:56 TWO hours before midnight, the whitewashed walls and polished cobblestones of Ronda’s Barrio de San Francisco are momentarily painted an olive oil gold. We follow the creeping sunrays down a callejon on Calle de Angelita Aparicio, the slap of our sandals …
  • NASA Practices Space Gardening to Pack Lunchboxes for Mars 21 Jul 2019 10:19 Ham salad from a tube. Apricot cereal cubes. Thermostabilized Cheddar cheese spread. These delicacies and more were packed inside Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s lunar lunchbox when Apollo 11 hurtled them into space 50 years ago this month, landing …
  • The best fuel for astronauts flying to Mars? Rocket (and chillis) 21 Jul 2019 09:46 Enter the Espanola chilli pepper. As the race to the red planet heats up — NASA hopes to send humans to Mars by the 2030s, and a private rocket venture, SpaceX, is aiming for sooner — scientists are working on building a garden in space. The goal is to …
  • Man kills maid after entering Dubai villa 21 Jul 2019 09:34 The man also beat the family's pet dog very badly. A 22-year-old man has been charged with murder at a Dubai court after he struck a Filipina housemaid to death at her sponsor's villa in Al Barsha. According to public prosecution records, the …
  • THC slushies, pirate radio and the cannabis-driven boom in a Mohawk community 21 Jul 2019 08:38 Driving down Highway 401 in southern Ontario, with the FM dial tuned to 87.9, the 1990s-era rap music fades into an ad, offering a free joint with every purchase over $20 between midnight and 4:20 a.m. at the Pot Shoppe. A second ad then promotes a " …
  • Many Nepalis hope to reach Europe. But their dreams end in Libya. 21 Jul 2019 08:25 KATHMANDU — Santosh Shrestha was supposed to return home to Nepal. In January, Shrestha left Lamjung in the hopes of reaching Italy. An agent had promised to get him across the Mediterranean but was unable to take him beyond the borders of Libya, where …
  • After Anfield - the other new rail link that Liverpool is crying out for 21 Jul 2019 06:45 Last weekend, we reported on the growing calls for a new rail link to serve Anfield stadium and the surrounding communities. And while thousands of people got in touch to back the idea - there was one other common response, which focused on the need for a …
  • Puget Sound Regional Council seeks public comments on draft VISION 2050 Plan 21 Jul 2019 06:02 The Puget Sound Regional Council is seeking public comment on the Draft VISION 2050 Plan. The public comment period will run through Monday, Sept. 16, 2019 at 5 p.m. The Draft Plan is available for review and comment at https://www.psrc.org/ …
  • Inside the Wales rugby machine, a brutal place of beastings, scattered bodies and the acceptance this is how it has to be 21 Jul 2019 04:49 Wales are traipsing back to their chalet, 2,222 metres above sea level in the Swiss Alps, after another punishing morning of training. “This is harder than last time,” one player says to Head of Physical Performance Paul Stridgeon. Warren Gatland’s charges …
  • Pacifist constitution reform at stake as Japan goes to polls - Reuters 21 Jul 2019 04:33 TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling bloc was forecast to win a solid majority in an upper house election on Sunday that could determine whether his dream of revising the post-war, U.S.-drafted pacifist constitution can be kept …
  • Old localities set to get a makeover 21 Jul 2019 04:32 The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) is mulling over plans to redevelop old localities in the city such as George Town, Triplicane (Tiruvallikeni) and Purasawalkam. Initially as a pilot project, the proposed redevelopment plan will cover …
  • 50-wagon water train chugs to Chennai every day 21 Jul 2019 04:31 Every day, a 50-wagon train chugs from Jolarpet in Vellore to Chennai 215 km away, carrying that precious commodity — water. It is a laborious process. It takes nearly four hours to load 2.5 million litres of water on the train, another four hours for the …
  • Flinders St closure 'blow to Melb traders' 21 Jul 2019 04:29 A partial road closure in the heart of Melbourne's CBD until the end of 2021 has been labelled a blow to business by the state opposition. Eastbound lanes of Flinders Street, between Elizabeth Street and before Swanston Street, will be closed from …
  • Lombard astronaut's first flight: a pretend trip to moon 21 Jul 2019 03:22 By Burt Constable Astronaut Dan Tani, who grew up in Lombard, was 8 years old when NASA put a man on the moon 50 years ago. "I was doing what everybody else was doing," remembers Tani, who spent the summer of 1969 playing astronaut, watching TV …
  • Why governors are always suspicious of their deputies –Aluko, ex-Ekiti deputy gov 21 Jul 2019 02:50 A former Deputy Governor of Ekiti State, Chief Abiodun Aluko, a surveyor, in this interview with ABIODUN NEJO, examines the country’s political system, causes of friction between governors and their deputies and a number of other national issues What do …
  • Part of Melbourne road to close for works 21 Jul 2019 02:32 A section of road in the heart of the Melbourne CBD will close for more than two years to make room for major train tunnel project works. Eastbound lanes of Flinders Street, between Elizabeth Street and before Swanston Street, will be closed to motorists …
  • Library is a cool place to beat the heat 21 Jul 2019 00:14 PORTSMOUTH Lee resident Marty Quinn was enjoying the air conditioning and free ice water at the Portsmouth Public Library on Saturday, a lovely and peaceful way to beat the hot weather outside. Quinn was sitting in a comfy armchair, writing on his laptop, …
  • UNLV camp aimed at shedding light on nursing careers 21 Jul 2019 00:03 Several teenagers gathered around a lifelike manikin lying in a hospital bed to learn how to use a stethoscope to listen for abnormalities in its heart or lungs. The lesson July 18 at the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas was part of the University …
  • Taking a stand against Bangkok's crazy pavements 21 Jul 2019 00:02 Bangkok is the largest city in the country. About 10 million people live and work within its 1,569 square kilometre (km²) boundaries. Of that land, 113.2km² is road space and 22.55km² is pavement area for pedestrians, according to the Bangkok Metropolitan …
  • I love this man, but I can only have a baby with my ex 20 Jul 2019 23:37   Bianca Dye's agonising quest to become a mum has delivered an ultimatum no woman in love wants to face. The Brisbane breakfast radio presenter's last chance at biological motherhood is to have a baby with her ex-partner, whom she hasn't …
  • NASA develops new docking system for Constellation 20 Jul 2019 23:15 The first two manned Orion crew exploration vehicle flights to the International Space Station, scheduled from September 2015, will deliver a new NASA-developed docking adaptor. These will be fitted to the two ISS ports the Space Shuttle currently uses to …
  • Allan Wanga: I hang up my boots at the right time 20 Jul 2019 21:58 Allan Wanga. He retired from international football at a time his football fans thought he should not. He talks about his career, businesses, marriage, and family. [David Njaaga, Standard] What is the smartest money decision you ever made? I ask. He stares …
  • ‘Operation Romeo’: 248 questioned, some claim detained for no reason in Gurgaon 20 Jul 2019 21:51 A total of 248 people were taken in for questioning and FIRs were registered against 18,” said PRO of Gurgaon Police Subhash Boken. (Written by Ananya Tiwari) In an effort to clamp down on “anti-social elements”, Gurgaon Police on Friday night conducted ‘ …
  • Eight Artists Withdraw From Whitney Biennial Over Board Member’s Ties to Tear Gas 20 Jul 2019 21:51 Eight artists have asked the Whitney Museum of American Art to remove their works from this year’s Biennial, citing what they describe as the museum’s lack of response to calls for the resignation of a board member with ties to the sale of military …
  • Doctor jumps to death from 19th floor window in Mumbai’s Powai 20 Jul 2019 21:49 The deceased was identified as Mridula Bhattacharya, a resident of Powai’s Norita Apartments. (Representational Image) A 73-year-old doctor committed suicide by allegedly jumping off the 19th floor of her apartment in Powai on Saturday, police said. Around …
  • Intermodal mobility for Lagos today and tomorrow, by Babatunde Fashola 20 Jul 2019 21:17 I would like to start by congratulating Lagos Traffic Radio for inaugurating these lecture series, but more importantly I congratulate Lagos Traffic Radio for staying alive. The radio was born in 2012 as a public service information centre for commuters in …
  • Fire fears: High-ladder truck withdrawn from first response 20 Jul 2019 19:57 Lives are at risk over a decision by Fire and Emergency New Zealand to remove high-ladder trucks from initial responses to Auckland emergencies, the union says. But FENZ has denied the public are in danger, saying a heavy aerial appliance - which has …
  • Ascension Island, the first place to hear ‘The Eagle has landed,’ played a key role in the moon landing 50 years ago 20 Jul 2019 19:35 The official NASA headquarters reference file for this outpost is just one flimsy manila folder, containing no more than 50 pages. Inside, there are unclassified diplomatic cables, typewriter carbon copies and recently recorded oral histories about the …
  • DL, Becker County take one more look at shared public works facility 20 Jul 2019 19:19 Unhappy with the terms of a land swap proposed by the city, Becker County in November 2017 decided to drop the idea of a shared-use compound off North Tower Road and build its own public works facility near the new jail on Highway 59 North. The county …
  • Rockies ‘pushing the envelope’ on the bases, refusing to settle for singles 20 Jul 2019 18:46 There’s a stretch between the Colorado Rockies and Albuquerque Isotopes’ ballparks that is barren – a full length of the highway without patrol cars or stoplights.  Through each level of the organization, the Rockies have found the key to harnessing their …
  • Blam Blam Blam: Rising from the wreckage 20 Jul 2019 18:23 Over and over it went, six times. Inside, shattered glass, tumbling bodies and musical instruments, loud sounds of twisting metal. Outside, rolling green farmland, just outside Whanganui. "I almost died," recalls Blam Blam Blam bassist, Tim Mahon …
  • Locked up in Greater Manchester: Our round-up of criminals who have been sent to jail this week 20 Jul 2019 18:18 This week has been full of cases at our region's courts and the M.E.N was there to cover some of the most serious prosecutions. And prison sentences were handed out for all manner of criminal offences. There was the man who spent his 24th birthday in …
  • 'Space exploration is hard. We make it look easy,' says longtime NASA director from Schaumburg 20 Jul 2019 17:48 With her family having just moved to Schaumburg in the summer of 1969, 3½-year-old Cathy Larson watched the moon landing on a black-and-white television in the new family room. "I remember my mom crying during the event, and me not understanding why …
  • This was the first place to hear 'The Eagle has landed' 20 Jul 2019 17:42 This was one of the few radio communications from Michael Collins while the Apollo astronaut was orbiting the moon alone, with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the lunar surface below. Hours went by without any crackling words in Houston's mission …
  • Breathtaking photos released to mark 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing 20 Jul 2019 17:31 A series of breathtaking photos was released today to mark the 50th anniversary of the historic feat of man touching down on the moon. On July 16, 1969, the Saturn V rocket blasted off from Florida’s Kennedy Space Centre, sending NASA astronauts Neil …
  • Taste of the Tour: A festival of lard at high altitude 20 Jul 2019 17:21 LA MONGIE, France (AP) — It’s one of the unwritten rules of the Tour de France. When the riders go uphill, cholesterol levels do, too. Up in the Pyrenees where crops can’t grow, meats replace them on the menu: Sausages, cured ham from the southwestern …
  • GOIL compensates customers after cheating 20 Jul 2019 16:49 Business News of Saturday, 20 July 2019 Source: classfmonline.com 2019-07-20 File Photo: Goil filling station Goil, one of the oil marketing companies found to have under-delivered fuel to its customers, has rolled out a compensation package for them. The …
  • Joel Halpern: Fourth-generation Westchester developer managing TOD project in Mamaroneck 20 Jul 2019 16:40 “We are actively seeking more investments in Westchester,” Joel Halpern, the fourth generation of Halperns involved in Westchester real estate, told the Business Journal during an interview at The Mason, an apartment and townhome development in Mamaroneck. …
  • Another petrol attendant praised after giving customer R50 for diesel 20 Jul 2019 16:39 Another petrol attendant has been praised on social media for a welcome act of generosity towards a customer. A Durban man, Gavin Stone, took to Facebook on Thursday to praise a Durban petrol attendant who gave Stone diesel after he had forgotten his …
  • Head in the clouds on the Isle of Man 20 Jul 2019 15:55 In 2012, Peter and Carole Lillywhite visited the Isle of Man for the first time. Three days into their visit, they had an offer accepted on a small, 19th-century cottage on Sartfell in the west of the island. The derelict cottage – the third highest on the …
  • Whitby to welcome more trains to and from Middlesbrough this year 20 Jul 2019 15:18 More trains between Whitby and Teesside will be launched later this year. Two new services could be introduced - including one later in the evening, and an early morning train that will leave Whitby and arrive in Middlesbrough before 8.30am. There are …
  • Seven Artists Withdraw From Whitney Biennial Over Board Member’s Ties to Tear Gas 20 Jul 2019 14:31 Seven artists have asked the Whitney Museum of American Art to remove their works from this year’s Biennial, citing what they describe as the museum’s lack of response to calls for the resignation of a board member with ties to the sale of military …
  • American firm hoists Nigerian flag to honour employee 20 Jul 2019 14:15 When, three years after the accident that damaged his spinal cord and left him permanently on the wheel chair ever since, notable musician, Yinka Ayefele got married to his heartthrob, then Miss Temitope Fawusi, in the year 2000, many wondered if the man …
  • Heavy Traffic at Kapitan Andreevo Border Checkpoint 20 Jul 2019 14:09 Queue of cars was formed on the Bulgaria’s border with Turkey, at Kapitan Andreevo border checkpoint, due to the gastarbeiters. "Because of the intensive traffic, all automated Exit locations are open. The passing of a car takes 30-40 minutes," …
  • Dazzling views and a boy wizard keep magical rail route on track 20 Jul 2019 13:09 A sign at Corrour rail station informs passengers there are no buses or taxis to help them with onward journeys. Given there are no roads here, the warning seems unnecessary. Corrour is Britain’s highest, most remote station and is surrounded by Rannoch …
  • How willing are Israelis to release their hold on the steering wheel? 20 Jul 2019 13:07 A few years back, I remember seeing an apocalyptic headline in one of the country’s leading Hebrew language newspapers that basically declared that no one was going to be able to enter or exit Tel Aviv via the Shalom Junction, near the Azrieli Towers, for …
  • Meet these 12 astronauts — each from Indiana 20 Jul 2019 12:17 Interested in this topic? You may also want to view these photo galleries: Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Countless Hoosiers — past and present — have helped NASA go everywhere from the International Space Station to the …
  • Henderson: No tears being shed over loss of old city hall 20 Jul 2019 11:45 Old city hall seen from new city hall. Just a small section remains standing of the former Windsor City Hall building which is being demolished. The tear-down progress is shown on July 12, 2019. Dan Janisse / Windsor Star From his corner office in …
  • 52 year old Lagos woman reveals Totally Natural Solution that Reverses Glaucoma, Cataract, Improves Vision and Helps You Experience Almost brand new Eyes in few weeks 20 Jul 2019 11:28     Millions of elderly people suffer from glaucoma and cataract every year. Many of them are not diagnosed as early as they should have been. This degenerative health conditions causes impaired vision and can lead to blindness. That said, early diagnosis …
  • Neighbors report seeing suspect in Kyoto Animation fire near studio in days before blaze 20 Jul 2019 10:57 KYOTO - A man suspected of carrying out the deadly arson attack on Kyoto Animation Co. may have visited the site in the days leading up to Thursday’s blaze, with someone resembling him spotted by nearby residents several times. Shinji Aoba, 41, was taken …
  • Family claims man lynched after bike accident in Alwar 20 Jul 2019 10:30 The New Jalpaiguri police started an unnatural death case, though no complaint was lodged. (Representational Image) On the day Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced that the state government will bring a law against mob lynching, a 28-year-old …
  • Original ringtones, trouble-shooting bluetooth, saving water-damaged phones, and more: Tech Q&A 20 Jul 2019 10:14 Make Ringtones Q: Is it possible to make your own ringtone? I want to know it’s my phone ringing and not a co-worker’s phone. Annoying! A: The short answer is yes, you can make a custom ringtone. This makes perfect sense, since the ringtone file is so …
  • Could humanity's return to the moon spark a new age of lunar telescopes? - Science Magazine 20 Jul 2019 09:59 By Daniel CleryJul. 18, 2019 , 2:00 PM In the undulating, dust-covered Descartes Highlands, 380 kilometers southwest of Tranquility Base, where Apollo 11 landed half a century ago, a lonely gold-plated telescope has sat inert since 24 April 1972, when …
  • 6 brands you might not expect to have been made in Kirkby 20 Jul 2019 09:13 Kirkby has always had a proud history and strong sense of community, which dates back to the hard work residents and businesses put in to build the town we see today. Over the years many businesses have come and gone, but fond memories, relationships and …
  • South African Artist’ Oska Tee Releases – The Upstage Album 20 Jul 2019 07:15 South African artist’ Oska Tee releases ‘THE UPSTAGE ALBUM’ with UK based label ‘Africantunz Records & Promotions’ and features South African 80’s & 90’s superstars and Legends. This is Oska Tee’s fourth studio album. It is a follow up to his …
  • Water is on the way to Crossroads 20 Jul 2019 07:13 'Very active leads' on hotel, fueling station development BELMONT — If you build it, they will come. Allegany County’s field of dreams has sat vacant for years, but that could soon change. Local leaders are betting construction of a waterline from …
  • Ludhiana: Breach in Ghaggar widens to 80 ft, 5,000 acre farmland inundated 20 Jul 2019 07:12 Officials visiting the breach site in Ghaggar, near Phulad village in Sangrur. (Express Photo: Gurmeet Singh) The breach in the embankment of Ghaggar river in Sangrur district increased to 80 feet on Friday. The Army and NDRF were called in on Thursday to …
  • Mental Health nurses cut from police cells 20 Jul 2019 07:09 Mental Health nurses cut from police cells In a move that contradicts the Government’s “wellbeing” approach, mental health nurses have been axed from Counties Manukau Police Station, National’s Police spokesperson Brett Hudson says. “The ‘watch-house nurse …
  • Area residents reminisce about first moon landing on 50th anniversary Families across the country watched that same scratchy broadcast, sent from a rock more than 200,000 miles away. 20 Jul 2019 06:52 When Dave Lengyel was 4 years old, his father took him out to the front yard of his family’s home in Avon and pointed to the night sky. “You see that? That thing that looks like a moving star? That’s a satellite,” his dad explained. That was 1957 and …
  • Out in the Long Island heat and working up a sweat 20 Jul 2019 06:04 Long Islanders working in Friday's sweltering heat and humidity used a variety of coping strategies: They gulped water, sought out shade and, whenever possible, escaped into air conditioning. Looking ahead to Saturday, a day expected to have the breath …
  • Sad tale of Norwich station that survived World War Two bombing but fell victim to the railway killers 20 Jul 2019 05:51 new PUBLISHED: 06:00 20 July 2019 Derek James L0218 Miss Janet Hardwick buys last ticket on the last M&GN train from City Station 28 feb 1959 Archant pic Archant Cast your mind back, if you can of course, to February of 1959 when Norfolk had turned …
  • Cartoning cookies at 330/min 20 Jul 2019 05:25 At renowned Italian cookie company Cabrioni Biscotti srl, as its tagline suggests, “Ingredients make the difference.” Located in the hills of Emilia Romagna in Northern Italy, where signature components of Italian cuisine grow in great abundance and …
  • Cruising through Copper Country 20 Jul 2019 05:18 Provided photo, Cyclists participating in the Tour Da Yoop, Eh ride last year and sporting their ride jerseys celebrate reaching the Log Slide dunes between Grand Marais and the Au Sable light station with a photo op. Trail riders aren’t the only cyclists …
  • Beware – Load-shedding can easily return 20 Jul 2019 05:09 We should be grateful we’re having a mild winter. Without the power received from the independently owned and operated renewable energy-sourced power stations we’d be in the dark – or facing serious loadshedding events right now. Since we are not …
  • Huntsville ham radio club celebrating Apollo anniversary at Space and Rocket Center 20 Jul 2019 04:40 Please enable Javascript to watch this video HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Amateur radio operators are camping out at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center this weekend. They're celebrating the moon landing milestone by hitting the airwaves. The Huntsville Amateur …
  • 50 years ago: Toowoomba part of space history 20 Jul 2019 04:14 SPACE, the final frontier... and a place Toowoomba has historically been at the forefront of and continues to be. People all over the world will stop and remember the moment 50 years ago Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to land on the …
  • Former soldier reveals how he risked life to rescue Jihadi Bride from ISIS 20 Jul 2019 04:04 The daughter of two Pakistani immigrant Post Office workers, Diana Abbasi studied hard, got a degree in international relations at London South Bank University and dreamed of a career with an NGO or the United Nations. The family observed Muslim customs …
  • As more oil tankers seized, US putting troops back at Iran's doorstep 20 Jul 2019 03:51 'Rule of Retaliation' "The rule of retaliation is something that's recognised within international law and is used in relation to wrong measures taken by a government," Iranian Guardian Council spokesman Abbasali Kadkhodaei told IRNA. …
  • HOUSING DEBACLE: NIGERIANS LIVE IN SLUMS, SLEEP UNDER BRIDGES 20 Jul 2019 03:13 ‘Landlords take advantage of this  and see themselves as mini gods’   Across the country, low-income earners are still in quagmire, regarding their own houses. This may be the reason stakeholders are worried that despite government claims of formulating …
  • Four Artists Withdraw From Whitney Biennial Over Board Member’s Ties to Tear Gas 20 Jul 2019 02:36 Four artists have asked the Whitney Museum of American Art to remove their works from this year’s Biennial, citing what they describe as the museum’s lack of response to calls for the resignation of a board member with ties to the sale of military supplies …
  • One giant leap for mankind: World marks 50 years since first step on the moon 20 Jul 2019 02:29 This weekend marks 50 years since astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the lunar surface. The landing craft carrying the Apollo 11 Commander and fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin touched down on the moon on July 20 1969, before Armstrong …
  • Are foreigners given an easy ride in China? Maybe it’s time to reflect ... 20 Jul 2019 02:24 AN angry Egyptian man was captured on video yelling at and violently shoving a police officer in Fuzhou City, Fujian Province, last week. I was anticipating news that he would be deported for such thuggish behavior and was disappointed when I heard he was …
  • Family of baby cut from slain mother's body still receiving bills for his care 20 Jul 2019 01:29 A Chicago family can’t seem to wake from the nightmare they faced when a young mom was murdered in April and had her newborn -- who died about two months later -- cut from her stomach. The alleged suspects – a mother-daughter pair – have been apprehended …
  • Long Beach Teen Fatally Shot While Driving in Sacramento 20 Jul 2019 01:16 Please enable Javascript to watch this video The Sacramento County Sheriff's Office is investigating the killing of an 18-year-old Long Beach man found fatally shot in the driver seat of a car in Sacramento on Thursday night. Authorities responded just …
  • Cannabis-derived CBD shops are turning up all over St. Louis, as laws, science try to catch up 20 Jul 2019 00:45 ST. LOUIS • At a distance, the new Leaf & Co. store in the St. Louis Galleria mall looks like a boutique that sells specialty teas or artisan soap, but a closer look at the subtle leaf in the logo hints at what sets this mall store apart: cannabis.  …
  • Cowdray Park residents craft ingenious ways to combat crime 20 Jul 2019 00:28 The Chronicle Raymond Jaravaza, Showbiz Reporter When one drives through a section of Cowdray Park suburb in Bulawayo in the middle of the night and hears ear-splitting sounds of whistles piercing the darkness; they should know that criminal activity of …
  • Ken Pollitz: Only in small-town America 20 Jul 2019 00:03 Arrangements were made by my wife for one night’s lodging at a quaint Ohio downtown inn. It happened to be over the Memorial Day weekend and would afford us an uninterrupted Sunday night together in anticipation of the next day’s festivities. We opted for …
  • Old Lyme schedules sewer project referendum 20 Jul 2019 00:01 Old Lyme — After years of studies and planning, town officials took another step forward with the proposed $7.44 million Sound View neighborhood sewer project this week, scheduling a townwide referendum that they say needs to pass to avoid state fines and …
  • Everyone In: Cracking the Homeless Crisis, One Story at a Time 19 Jul 2019 23:57 Featured in the photo from left to right: Speakers Millie Brown, Will Semonsen, Angela M. Sanchez, Elise Buik, CEO and president of United Way of Greater Los Angeles, Loren Elan, Everyone In Organizer Jordan Wynn, Rhiannon Diaz, Marilyn Wells, founder of …
  • Site C Construction Schedule for July 22nd – August 4th, 2019 19 Jul 2019 23:52 FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The following outlines the construction details for the Site C project for July 22nd – August, 4th, 2019. Dam site area – north bank and south bank  Noxious weed inventory and treatment will occur in the main civil works area, on the …
  • Fall River's trash – and disposal costs – are on the rise since city tossed purple bags 19 Jul 2019 23:43 FALL RIVER — The amount of trash tossed by city residents and businesses has increased dramatically, as have costs to dispose solid waste and recycling, since Mayor Jasiel Correia II announced the end of the city’s controversial pay-as-you-throw program in …
  • Ex Durfee wrestler a reluctant hero aftercapturing man fleeing accident 19 Jul 2019 23:43 Brandon Southworth isn’t totally comfortable with the hero branding. He’s heard it more than a few times over the last 48 hours. Hero has even expanded to superhero as radio station Fun 107 has called him Superman, understandable since Southworth’s thick, …
  • Africa Cup of Nations: Algerian fans park Egyptian rivalry to share revolutionary spirit 19 Jul 2019 23:38 As far as football goes, for Algerian fans, Egypt's national team is rival number one. Over the years, the two teams have clashed several times, leading to violent confrontations between players and fans, on and off the pitch. But among the 10 …
  • New Conroe campus to provide safe haven, services for homeless 19 Jul 2019 23:28 A sign for Conroe House of Prayer is seen along West Davis Street, Wednesday, July 17, 2019, in Conroe. The Compassions United ministry group is in the process of developing five acres of land off Foster Drive donated to them by the city of Conroe. In …
  • Calgary woman holding sign about being punished for cheating on boyfriend has no regrets 19 Jul 2019 23:25 The woman behind the sign in a Calgary radio station stunt is speaking out about the backlash towards her. On Thursday morning, Francoise Dione, who works in the promotions department at 90.3 AMP Radio, stood at the intersection of Edmonton Trail and 16 …
  • Making a splash in Wicklow harbour 19 Jul 2019 23:20 But it was a breezy morning nonetheless, with a brisk wind whipping up a choppy sea and sousing the unwary with spray at the junction of coast and New Quay. A couple of buoys bobbed up and down vigorously on the open water, prompting the early arrivals for …
  • A Top LA Sheriff's Department Official Quit Over The 'Unethical' Order To Rehire Fired Deputy Mandoyan 19 Jul 2019 23:02 Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva at the graduation ceremony for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Academy on Jan. 4, 2019. (Kyle Grillot for LAist) By Frank Stoltze and Paul Glickman A former longtime senior official in the L.A. County Sheriff …
  • The dos and don’ts of driving on a summer holiday in Ireland 19 Jul 2019 22:39 Céad Míle Fáilte to you all from this sun-drenched coastline of the Wild Atlantic Way and the festival season in full swing everywhere. It is also the peak season for the farming communities going crazy to get in their fodder for harsher times ahead.  To …
  • Elevated Trains Will Make Seattle a More Beautiful Place to Live (And Save You a Billion Dollars) 19 Jul 2019 22:26 Seattle, open your mind to elevated trains. Bill Savage Word has reached us in here Flyover Country that Seattle is having another argument about mass transit. Sound Transit plans to extend rail to West Seattle, but the Mole People are insisting on tunnels …
  • History in a cornfield 19 Jul 2019 22:19 HEYWORTH, Ill. – When I get to the archaeological site, I’m surprised to see that it’s in the middle of a cornfield. Dusty furrows studded with tiny sprigs of corn come to within about 10 feet of the dig. The researchers are already here, gently peeling …
  • ‘Still a long way to go’ for Southern rail services despite significant improvements 19 Jul 2019 21:58 Southern rail services have improved but ‘there’s a long way to go’, according to a group of MPs. The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Southern Rail held a progress update meeting that was attended by the chief executive officer of Govia Thameslink Railway …
  • Body-worn cameras could build 'trust, public support' Thunder Bay police pilot project finds 19 Jul 2019 21:45 Body-worn cameras (BWC) could help restore trust in the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) and have become a necessary piece of equipment, the northwestern Ontario city's police board was told Tuesday at its monthly meeting. "It's almost like a …
  • Montreal real estate: Phase 1 of Wilderton Centre revitalization underway 19 Jul 2019 21:45 When complete, the new Wilderton Centre will include 500,000 square feet of new housing units, including 300 units of seniors housing, above more than 150,000 square feet of retail. Wilderton Centre The worn-out 1960s-era Wilderton Shopping Centre in Côte- …
  • Operation Jihadi Bride: One man's mission to rescue women from clutches of IS 19 Jul 2019 21:16 Diana Abbasi was like millions of other young women, with a wide circle of friends and passion for the latest fashions. She studied hard, earned a degree in international relations at London South Bank University and dreamed of a career with a humanitarian …
  • First response agencies recieve pet O2 masks 19 Jul 2019 21:14 By Melanie Feuk, Staff writer Published 12:47 pm CDT, Friday, July 19, 2019 Spring Fire Dept. Apparatus Operator Michael Alaniz, left, teams up with "Pumpkin", a kitten available for adoption from the Harris County Animal Shelter, and Kerry …
  • County resident feedback halts work on water servicing options 19 Jul 2019 21:14 Published on: July 19, 2019 | Last Updated: July 19, 2019 2:18 PM EDT Leduc County council has made the decision to stop all work related to a recent rural water study after reviewing public feedback. The study offered two different potable water servicing …
  • THE MUNICIPAL BALLOT 19 Jul 2019 20:43 LAURINBURG —There were five who filed Friday for one of the 15 seats open throughout the different municipalities in the county. On the last day, the town of East Laurinburg finally had someone file for one of the three commissioner seats, incumbent Gail …
  • Musk, Branson and Bezos: Why are three billionaires determined to go to space – and what's the danger to planet Earth? 19 Jul 2019 20:30 Billionaire Jeff Bezos says he was inspired to enter the private space race after watching the Apollo 11 mission 50 years ago and seeing “Neil and Buzz land on the moon”. “I got infected by that,” he told CBS News, referring to the 20 July,1969 landing, …
  • Home Tour features homes on Crystal River, Lake Michigan bluff, Fisher Lake, Homestead 19 Jul 2019 20:19 Photo: The Surber Home From staff reports The 2019 Biennial Home Tour is sponsored by the Friends of the Glen Lake Community Library. The tour includes five residences encompassing diverse styles and locations: two homes on the Crystal River (one a warm …
  • Here is why the suspect accused of killing 33 people in a fire at an animation studio says he did it 19 Jul 2019 20:15 Please enable Javascript to watch this video The suspect at the center of Japan's worst mass killing in almost 20 years told police that his work was plagiarized and that he used gasoline to torch the renowned Kyoto Animation studio, killing 33 people. …