The humidity doesn’t seem to let up either. In fact, dew points will range between 68 and 72 degree which is on the “uncomfortable” or “tropical” side of the spectrum. The combination of the excessive heat (90+ degrees) and the humidity will make it feel close to 100! This is a time to limit strenuous outdoor activity and opt for the air conditioning. … [Read more...] about Heat Advisory For Massachusetts Extended To Wednesday Night
In a Wednesday morning speech, Rosengren said the swift loosening of pandemic-related restrictions across much of the U.S. in May and June undermined the success of earlier lockdowns and trillions in fiscal and monetary relief. He argued that while quick reopenings helped fuel a surge in consumer activity, the lack of precautions taken after helped spread the virus widely and delayed a full rebound from the first wave of the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Top Fed official says quick reopenings damaged recovery from coronavirus
Samarth Tewari, a Rising Sophomore at Mission San Jose High School was requesting his mom for more variety of food during COVID19. A typical teenager, having a growth spurt, and a stomach like a furnace! His mom, a working professional at home was wondering how to meet his request. He suggested they start buying food from local restaurants. His Mom said, "No way, it's not safe due to COVID19". So, Samarth picked up the phone and started talking to the local restaurant owners when the shelter in place started in March this year. He was quickly learned that many restaurants were either closed or struggling to stay open with new rules. He wanted to figure out for him and the restaurants how to solve this problem. He spoke to his techy dad and the response was simply, " Figure it out yourself and help folks in the process". He began his research online as well. He made an effort to understand the safety concerns of the general public, as well as the revenue losses being experienced by … [Read more...] about Fremont Bridge Rotary Club Supports Local Community Project
The A’s are more likely to prefer Laureano serve his suspension during interleague games, so there is the possibility he might drop the appeal before Friday’s game at San Francisco. No matter how much time he is out or when that happens, though, assistant hitting coach Eric Martins said Tuesday that the team can handle it. Martins suggested Kemp might be able to step into Laureano’s No. 2 spot in the lineup. Melvin mentioned Kemp and Robbie Grossman as potential options to hit second, depending on whether the A’s are facing a left-handed starter or right-handed. … [Read more...] about A’s Ramón Laureano suspended six games; 20 games for Houston’s Alex Cintrón
In Cleveland, old factories, office buildings, and department stores have been reimagined as higher-end apartments with waterfront views catering to hip, young professionals and sophisticated baby boomers. About 60 buildings in the city, which lost the North American headquarters of BP Oil about two decades ago and had witnessed the slow death of the steel industry, have undergone the transformation with the help of state and federal tax credits. More are in the pipeline. … [Read more...] about As the Pandemic Empties Office Buildings, Can Those Spaces Help Solve the Housing Crisis?