Athens was arrested the same day she purportedly uploaded the nude images for allegedly punching Scott Centers, a local TV manager and her romantic partner, according to a charging document obtained by the local outlet. The reporter also allegedly struck an officer and tried to kick her way out of the police cruiser, the Daily News wrote. (RELATED: Andrew Gillum Says His Wife Still Loves Him After Scandal With Gay Escort) … [Read more...] about Democratic Anchorage Mayor Apologizes For Sexting News Anchor Who Posted Nude Photos Of Him Online
Score another defeat for John Cheever. The world immortalized in his classic short story “The Five Forty-Eight” — about an emotionally distant adman who lives in the fictional Westchester suburb of Shady Hill — has long gone the way of the three-martini lunch. But now it seems even the very idea of the Westchester commuter could be disappearing, too: For the first time in the 23-year history of Metro-North, less than half its riders are commuters from the suburbs into Manhattan, according to a report in today’s Times — 49.3 percent, to be exact, down from 65.3 percent of riders in 1984. … [Read more...] about Take the 8:15 Into the City, or Out of It
He said the landmark decision puts a strain on retailers throughout the state. “It’s an online retailer license,” Torrisi said. “I don’t consider that a delivery license. I think it changes the whole landscape of the cannabis industry.” … [Read more...] about ‘Changes The Whole Landscape’: Marijuana Home Delivery Approved In Massachusetts
“Despite the suffering and deprivation that people may have encountered either firsthand or through the experiences of others during the pandemic, a sizable percentage of the public right now is not convinced about the value of getting a vaccine,” said institute director Tim Vercellotti. “Of course, these numbers may fluctuate as the public receives more information and as distribution of vaccines gets underway.” … [Read more...] about Poll: Many In Massachusetts Unlikely To Get Coronavirus Vaccine
How much will it cost me? The federal government has promised that any coronavirus vaccine will be provided free of charge to the American public. That would be very unlikely to change under a Biden administration. The federal government has paid $7.76 billion upfront to four companies alone for their vaccines; Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Novavax, and tens of millions more upfront or in options to three other companies to guarantee they can develop coronavirus vaccines. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Vaccines Coming Soon – When Can I Get One?