Category: USA News

Joanna Krupa is pregnant with first child

Model Joanna Krupa revealed Sunday she is pregnant with her first child. The 40-year-old beauty took to Instagram to share a picture of herself smiling as she held a positive pregnancy test. She wrote: “Hi Guys! Just wanted to share this amazing news with everyone. Hubby @nunes451 and I are beyond excited about this new […]

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Nuggets rookie Michael Porter Jr.’s health, and what to expect when he makes his Summer League debut

If there was a silver-lining to Michael Porter Jr.’s redshirt rookie season, it’s that he got a graduate course in NBA lifestyle without having to take the exams. Denver’s prized first-round pick of 2018 was exposed to the demanding travel and reaped the benefits of NBA coaching and trainers. But unlike the other rookies in […]

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2 more communities getting body cameras for police officers

CHARLESTON, Ill. — Charleston and Mattoon will soon join the ranks of communities in Illinois and around the country where police officers wear body cameras. The (Mattoon) Journal Gazette & (Charleston) Times Courier reports the Charleston City Council has approved spending more than $77,000 to pay for 32 officer-worn cameras and nine higher definition in-car […]

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Joining biking trails and bringing money to New England

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Looking to give an economic boost to rural parts of New England, one group is turning to mountain bikers for help. The new initiative called the Borderlands covers 250 miles of trails in seven areas of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire, and also takes riders to Quebec. The seven bike organizations […]

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O’Halloran: Double the coaching is fine for Broncos linebackers

Vic Fangio’s first NFL stop was 33 years ago as the New Orleans Saints’ linebackers coach. Even as he advanced to become a defensive coordinator, Fangio imparted expertise on his team’s linebackers. He is doing the same with the Broncos. That means inside linebacker Josey Jewell, for example, has his position coach (Reggie Herring) and […]

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Bob Sirott: An appreciation of Cubs radio announcer Pat Hughes

When I heard Bears Chairman George McCaskey on the radio a few weeks ago with Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer during a Cubs game I had two revelations. First, George McCaskey is a very funny man who does a spot-on impersonation of Pat Hughes. And secondly, Pat has slowly, quietly, without the flashy and boisterous […]

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Most Massachusetts cities, towns seeing population growth

BOSTON (AP) — Population in most Massachusetts cities and towns is continuing to grow. That’s according to the latest population estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Boston, Cambridge, and Framingham had the largest population gains in raw numbers from 2017 to 2018, while Sudbury, Sharon, and Stoneham had the largest increase by percentage. Massachusetts […]

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Boston-area beach ratings making waves

Boston-area beachgoers soaked up the sun Saturday, but many were unaware of the water quality ratings by Save The Harbor that show some beaches are lacking cleanliness. King’s Beach on the Lynn-Swampscott line got the worst grade, a 75% last year, on the 2019 Metropolitan Beaches Water Quality Report Card, created by Save The Harbor/Save […]

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Jets add to GM search with Vikings’ Paton, Seahawks’ Fitterer

The Jets continue to reach out to potential general manager candidates as they set up interviews to fill the vacant role. The latest names to surface are Vikings assistant general manager George Paton and Seahawks co-director of player personnel Scott Fitterer. The Jets have requested permission to interview both men, according to the NFL Network. […]

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Do we need a postnup for wife’s business?

My wife and I signed a prenuptial agreement before we got married. At the time, I was working and our plan was for her to stay home with the kids, assuming we had some. Fast-forward six years and we have three kids under 5. My wife started a small company while pregnant with our first […]

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