Archive for the ‘World’ Category

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs won’t face DUI charge in Vegas crash

Monday, January 11th, 2021

Las Vegas Raiders player Josh Jacobs won't face a driving under the influence charge in his single-vehicle crash last week near McCarran International Airport, authorities said Monday. Blood test results showed Jacobs' blood-alcohol level did not reach the 0.08% level required to pursue a drunken driving charge, prosecutor Eric Bauman said.

A locked-down Europe bids a subdued good riddance to an awful year.

Thursday, December 31st, 2020

In Berlin, the traditional TV broadcast from the Brandenburg Gate went off without fireworks or live spectators. It is one of 56 popular New Year’s Eve spots around the city that the authorities are closing overnight in the hopes of dissuading outdoor gatherings, which are prohibited. Indoor get-togethers are limited to five adults from no more than two households.

Meet the 16-year-old who has given Christmas to 430 kids

Saturday, December 26th, 2020

I want to adopt at least three angels this year. Because last year I tried this and I only adopted two angels, so if there’s any odd jobs you could have be do for you, I’d really appreciate it! he said.

Christmas spirit brings light to pandemic darkness

Friday, December 25th, 2020

A lot of people are interested in that, and it’s very good for helping get people to register,” he said. It’s a time of giving and we’re trying to promote the gift of giving. It’s important for all of us in the Christmas season.

Professor Nolan urges ‘profound caution’ over Christmas ‘in the interest of your family and friends’

Thursday, December 24th, 2020

Prof Philip Nolan of Nphet has urged people not to be fearful or downcast this Christmas, but asked people to “keep our Christmas small, very intimate and careful” for the sake of our loved ones. The Modelling chair of Nphet urged people to take a break this Christmas after a stressful year but asked people to spend time in “small numbers of people most important to us”. The virus is spreading rapidly for the last two weeks and that does threaten us and the ones that we love.

Bucs Bring Holiday Cheer to Tampa Bay

Thursday, December 24th, 2020

Tampa Bay Buccaneers The Buccaneers spread some holiday cheer across the Bay area both as a position group and as individuals. Carmen Vitali While the Buccaneers' season is very much still alive as they look toward their first playoff berth since 2007, it's also the holiday season. With that, comes the season of giving and the opportunity for Bucs players to give back to the Tampa Bay community.

Salvation Army provides Christmas gifts to area children

Friday, December 18th, 2020

Stephanie Santana was struggling to afford Christmas gifts for her children. That all changed Wednesday thanks to The Salvation Army, which provided toys and other items to families in need of a helping hand this holiday season. This is a very important help, especially now that COVID has hurt families,” Ms. Santana said.

Merry Christmas Fund is at one-third of goal

Friday, December 18th, 2020

Today’s donors are: · Dot Gieder of Upper Chichester, $25: “In memory of my son, Freddie Gieder. Love and miss you. Gone too soon.

Gronk hops on the back of a SeaDoo to tour Tampa in the most Floridian way possible

Thursday, November 5th, 2020

The Buccaneer's tight end hit all the major stops. TAMPA, Fla — What do you get when you cross Tampa Bay Buccaneer's tight end Rob Gronkowski and a SeaDoo? An epic tour of your new hometown.

Eagles’ Rodney McLeod named NFLPA Community MVP

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Eagles safety Rodney McLeod was named the NFLPA Community MVP for Week 2 for his work off of the football field, the NFL Players Association announced Friday. McLeod, 30, distributed 40,000 pounds of fresh food for families and provided polling information and opportunities for voter registration on site earlier this week. McLeod donated 2,000 boxes of food to Philadelphia’s Food Share Program as part of his “Everybody Eats Every Month” initiative.