Potential outbreak of COVID-19 linked to Nashua church, health officials say

State health officials are investigating a potential COVID-19 outbreak at a church in Nashua. >> Download the free WMUR app Health officials said seven cases of COVID-19 have been identified in people who attended events hosted by Gate City Church at 43 Main St The events include a multi-day prayer session held by the 19… Continue reading Potential outbreak of COVID-19 linked to Nashua church, health officials say

The Ethics Commission sanctioned Deputy Jackson with 2% of his parliamentary allowance

The Ethics Commission of the Lower House today approved the sanctions that will be applied to deputies Giorgio Jackson and Pedro Velásquez, for actions contrary to the rules of the corporation. The chairman of the instance, Bernardo Berger reported that after today’s session, the Commission “decided to turn to Deputy Jackson, for his statements regarding… Continue reading The Ethics Commission sanctioned Deputy Jackson with 2% of his parliamentary allowance

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Dimitar Berbatov hits Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero to talk about transfer

Dimitar Berbatov hit Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero and his wife in the wake of events on the day of the transfer deadline. Romero was linked with a move to Everton, but the Toffees ended up moving for Roma’s Robin Olsen. Before the deal with Olsen was closed, Romero’s wife Eliana Guercio swiped United on… Continue reading Dimitar Berbatov hits Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero to talk about transfer

11 things you never knew about the director duo

It goes without saying that Joel and Ethan Coen (better known as The Coen Brothers) are two of Hollywood’s most respected directors. They have since entered the scene with their independent neo-noir Blood Simple in 1984, they explored all kinds of films under the sun. RELATED: The Coen Brothers: 10 Funniest and Most Memorable Characters… Continue reading 11 things you never knew about the director duo

Fragile European banks prepare for troubled loans of the Covid era

At the dawn of 2020, bankers across Europe were still digging out of the latest crisis, with weak lenders in Greece and Italy selling sour loans and policy makers funneling public funds to fragile institutions. Now, as Covid-19 wreaks havoc, a growing tsunami of distressed credit threatens to ruin a decade of efforts to support… Continue reading Fragile European banks prepare for troubled loans of the Covid era

10 top rated anime available on Netflix, according to IMDb

Netflix is ​​increasingly becoming the go-to for anime fans to gorge on their favorite anime series. Sure, its database could easily use a few hundred more souls. But the fans don’t complain! The best part about services like Netflix is ​​that they not only provide anime in Japanese and English, but also in other native… Continue reading 10 top rated anime available on Netflix, according to IMDb

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Chris Christie still hospitalized with COVID-19: here’s the kind of treatments doctors say he could receive

Former Governor Chris Christie spent five days in the hospital being treated for coronavirus with a few words about how he’s doing. Christie is one of many people who have spent time with President Donald Trump’s close circle who tested positive for COVID-19 over the past week. The former New Jersey governor was hospitalized Saturday… Continue reading Chris Christie still hospitalized with COVID-19: here’s the kind of treatments doctors say he could receive

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Ravens’ Lamar Jackson loses training due to knee injury; Not considered serious – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORA (WJZ) – Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed practice Wednesday due to a knee injury but is not considered serious, according to reports. Adam Schefter, ESPN’s senior insider, was the first to report it. “Ravens’ QB Lamar Jackson did not train today due to a knee injury that is not considered serious, according to the… Continue reading Ravens’ Lamar Jackson loses training due to knee injury; Not considered serious – CBS Baltimore

Obituaries 08-10-2020 – Chelsea records

John “Jack” McCarthy Retired from Travelers Insurance, Chelsea Crossing Guard and longtime volunteer at Catholic Charities, St. Rose’s and Our Lady of Grace parishes in Chelsea John A. “Jack” McCarthy died peacefully on Monday October 5 after a brief battle with pancreatic and liver cancer. He died in April from his loving wife Anne with… Continue reading Obituaries 08-10-2020 – Chelsea records

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3 factors decided Vice President Harris-Pence’s debate

Photo: Photo by ERIC BARADAT, ROBYN BECK / AFP via Getty Images The vice president debate, unlike the presidential debate, was a real debate with a consistent exchange of views, rather than a deranged narcissist trying to induce his opponent to go into a nervous breakdown. Mike Pence is about twice as articulate a speaker… Continue reading 3 factors decided Vice President Harris-Pence’s debate