St. Louis Cardinals announce starting lineup for Wednesday’s game vs. Milwaukee

ST. LOUIS- For the first time in a while, the St. Louis Cardinals have clinched a playoff berth with more than a few games left to spare. The luxury allows the team to rest players and set up a pitching staff just the way it wants heading into next Wednesday’s Wild Card playoff game against… Continue reading St. Louis Cardinals announce starting lineup for Wednesday’s game vs. Milwaukee

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Brewers lose Hazelwood West grad Devin Williams to fractured hand

ST. LOUIS– The Milwaukee Brewers will be without a key member of the team’s bullpen for the foreseeable future, after a Wednesday afternoon announcement that relief pitcher Devin Williams had a broken right hand that will likely require surgery. Williams, a Hazelwood West graduate and the 2020 Rookie of the Year told reporters that he… Continue reading Brewers lose Hazelwood West grad Devin Williams to fractured hand

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Former Alorton officer admits to stealing $60K by lying about workhours

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – A former officer with the Village of Alorton Police Department appeared in federal court Wednesday to admit to stealing tens of thousands of dollars from his employer through fraud. Ricky Perry pleaded guilty to one count of obtaining funds by fraud. However, this infraction became a federal matter because Alorton… Continue reading Former Alorton officer admits to stealing $60K by lying about workhours

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What could a 2021 St. Louis Cardinals playoff roster look like?

ST. LOUIS- The Cardinals don’t have to announce the roster the team will field for next Wednesday’s Wild Card Playoff game against San Francisco or Los Angeles until next Wednesday morning, but that doesn’t need to stop us from wondering who could be in dugout for the winner-take-all matchup. You get 26 players. Catchers: Yadier… Continue reading What could a 2021 St. Louis Cardinals playoff roster look like?

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City develops new public health corps for post-COVID wellness initiatives

Once the epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis, New York City now has a chance to lead the country in a post-pandemic world — if the world ever gets there. The mayor’s office is launching the NYC Public Health Corps in order to promote health equity beyond the pandemic for the communities that were most affected… Continue reading City develops new public health corps for post-COVID wellness initiatives

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Curbside organics pickup returns Monday in some Brooklyn neighborhoods

After more than a year-long hiatus, the city’s Department of Sanitation will restart its curbside organics pickup next week, starting in a handful of Brooklyn neighborhoods where the most people signed up for the program, amNewYork Metro has learned. New York’s Strongest will start picking up food and yard scraps from people’s brown bins on… Continue reading Curbside organics pickup returns Monday in some Brooklyn neighborhoods

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Von der Leyen urges end to Serbia-Kosovo border tensions

BELGRADE — European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen used a tour of the Balkans to call for a reduction of tensions between Kosovo and Serbia, who have been engaged in a bitter border dispute over license plates. Late Wednesday, reports emerged from the Kosovo side that a draft agreement had been reached to bring… Continue reading Von der Leyen urges end to Serbia-Kosovo border tensions

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SEE IT: Crowds Turn Violent At Six Flags America Over The Weekend:

BOWIE, Md. (WJZ) — It was a chaotic weekend at Six Flags America in Prince George County after several fights broke out in the parking lot. My daughter called me and she was screaming that she was jumped,mother of teenage girl attacked at Six Flags America. Read more

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‘I Like Playing Someone I’m A Little Bit Afraid Of’: Actor Elizabeth Mitchell On ‘Outer Banks’ & ‘Lost’

(CBS Local)- Elizabeth Mitchell has been a household name in Hollywood for years and one of the main reasons is that she loves taking on roles that scare her and challenge her. The actor best known for playing Dr. Juliet Burke in the hit series “Lost” recently appeared in season two of the Netflix series… Continue reading ‘I Like Playing Someone I’m A Little Bit Afraid Of’: Actor Elizabeth Mitchell On ‘Outer Banks’ & ‘Lost’

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Worcester Mayor Calls For More Negotiation To End St. Vincent Nurses’ Strike

WORCESTER (CBS) – More than six months after the nurses at St. Vincent Hospital went on strike, city officials in Worcester are calling on the company that owns the facility to come back to the bargaining table and negotiate in good faith. The nurses, who walked off the job more than 200 days ago, have… Continue reading Worcester Mayor Calls For More Negotiation To End St. Vincent Nurses’ Strike

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