Month: June 2022

A New Jersey burn doctor offers a weekend reminder about fireworks safety

In 2021, more than 16,000 patients ended up in US hospital emergency rooms with various injuries sustained while handling or operating fireworks. At least two-thirds of these injuries occurred in the 30-day period surrounding July 4th, according to Dr. Michael Marano, MD, medical director of the Burn Center at Copperman Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston. …

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City announces road closures and traffic changes for 4th of July weekend | local news

The City of Kenosha announced several road closures and traffic adjustments for the weekend of July 4, expected to attract live music and family entertainment for three days, highlighted by a fireworks display at the Festival Foods at 9:30 p.m. On Monday, a large volume of traffic. Seventh Avenue between 54th Street and 55th Street …

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New Cup Series driver takes first place in championship odds

GT Chase Elliott (left) is now the favorite to win the Cup Series. Cup Series championship prospects have focused solely on Kyle Larson throughout the 2022 season. Now, however, a new driver has joined him as the co-favourite to win the Bell France Cup at Phoenix Raceway. OddsChecker has released an updated standings during the …

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USC and UCLA don’t make sense in the big ten. This is exactly the point.

The Big Ten is the oldest college athletics conference in the United States, founded in 1896. It has existed for more than a century as a competitive structure for athletes in geographically appropriate and like-minded member schools. Nine of the ten institutions it comprised of until the 1990s were public schools with large student bodies. …

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Rotterdam Bridge will not be demolished for Jeff Bezos’ yacht: Trouw

Trouw reported Thursday that the Dutch company building a superyacht for Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has no plans to seek permission to demolish part of the historic Rotterdam bridge so the boat can reach the ocean.There was a major outcry earlier this year when it emerged that Oceanco was planning to temporarily remove the center …

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El Reno residents search for traffic cones decorated with SpongeBob characters

The El Reno community is having an explosion of search for Bikini Bottom residents this summer. “Everywhere we go kids ask, ‘Is that a cone? Where are we going to find a cone?’” said Casey Trejo, an El Reno resident. It all started when one of Billy Johnson’s kids came home with a traffic cone. …

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NBA Finals MVP Ladder: Stephen Curry stays on top as Game 6 approaches

Stephen Curry leads the way in the Finals MVP race despite a lackluster performance in Game 5. • Full coverage: The 2022 NBA Finals Boston Real or imagined, the ‘Game 6 Klay’ legend is looming large as a potential plot line now that we’ve come to this critical juncture in the 2022 NBA Finals as …

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Riley Jackson Surprised by Gatorade Honoring the Girls’ National Football League

It all started as just another day for Riley Jackson, but it quickly evolved into a day you’ll never forget. Realizing that she had been named the best girls’ soccer player in her state from Gatorade a week ago, Jackson and her father drove to her high school Thursday in Roswell, Ga. , to take …

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