Long Shot Bets for Super Bowl 55

Jason Logan
Clock Icon Feb 3, 2021 – 2:32 PM ET

Super Bowl LV is the biggest “public” betting event on the calendar for sportsbooks, which means a wave of first-time and recreation bettors driving the action, rather than wiseguys and professional gamblers.

That influx of public money has many people looking to risk a little to win a lot with Super Bowl long-shot bets. That’s the reason a bet like a “safety being

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Matteo launches e-waste drop-off as curbside collection remains suspended

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — As Staten Islanders gear up for the Super Bowl with new televisions, sound bars and the like, they’ll need a way to safely dispose of their old electronics.

Unfortunately, with the city’s E-Waste Pickup Program, originally proposed by Councilman Steven Matteo (R-Mid-Island), temporarily suspended due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, disposing of old electronics has become a bit more challenging for Staten Islanders.

In recent

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Birmingham schools set March 15 as date for full return to classroom


Students at Beverly Elementary during in-person learning. The Birmingham Public Schools board of education voted Tuesday to send students back to school five days a week beginning March 15. (Photo: Courtesy of Birmingham Public Schools)

Birmingham students are expected to return to the classroom in just more than a month after the most recent decision by the school board.

The Birmingham Public Schools board of education decided during a

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County elects board chairman

Brian Phillips has been elected chairman of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County Board of Directors. Phillips was elected to the post at the organization’s recent annual meeting. He has been a member of the board of directors for more than five years, and has served as the vice chairman of Resource Development for three years.

“I am honored to be elected at the Chair of the Board

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N.J.’s COVID indoor capacity limits for restaurants, gyms, other venues to increase to 35%

New Jersey’s strict capacity limits for restaurants, gyms and other businesses because of the coronavirus pandemic will increase Friday from 25% to 35% as the outbreak in the state continues to slow and vaccination efforts increase, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday.

Murphy, citing declining hospitalizations, a gradual decrease in new daily case numbers and the lowered rate of transmission of the virus, as reasons why certain businesses can increase indoor

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The Startup Helping Patagonia And Levi’s Cash In On The Resale Boom

Prince of Thrift: Trove CEO Andy Ruben says brands have no choice but to get into resale. “Not being in this space is a very risky decision, given the growth and importance of it.” 

Second hand clothing is the hottest trend in apparel, and big brands are suddenly happy to make the profits—but avoid the headaches—by outsourcing the grimy work to tiny Trove.

The packages come every day by

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Recreation Department had to adapt to pandemic | Local News

The recreation division of the Town of Fountain Hills Community Services Department has for almost a year now been working through the COVID-19 pandemic to maintain activities and education programs geared toward serving the residents of the community.

“The Community Services department had to cancel many events in 2020 due to the pandemic, such as Irish Fountain Fest, Music Fest, Back to School Bash, Fourth at the Fountain, Elfie’s Playground

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UT Austin launches program to make COVID-19 testing more accessible

Through mobile testing units, the University of Texas at Austin has a goal of making testing more accessible for students who are remote learning in the Austin area.

“These testing sites are important because it helps us protect the campus and it helps

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Navy gets approval for SEALS training in some state parks

Training for Navy SEALs in state parks was approved by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission in a 4-3 vote last week.

The approval amended the Navy’s proposal, reducing available parks for training from 28 to 16. Four of the parks among consideration for use are on the Twin Harbors.

During the meeting, staff introduced an amendment to their recommendations that added more stringent criteria for consideration, and the

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List: With weekly doses expected to increase, here’s where RI cities and towns stand with the vaccine rollout

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Rhode Island is looking into having some of the state’s pre-existing testing COVID-19 locations double as vaccination sites, 12 News has learned.

This announcement comes as the number of weekly doses the state receives increased Tuesday from 14,000 initial doses to 16,000.

“It’s very exciting and every little bit helps,” Dr. Philip Chan from the R.I. Department of Health said.

More weekly doses means more available

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