Rhode Island finally unveils a portal for appointments at its mass vaccination sites

Both locations, run by the Rhode Island Department of Health, open Thursday. The first group of residents who can make appointments are those 75 and older. Starting Monday, scheduling will be open to any Rhode Islander who is 65 and older.

The Dunkin’ Donuts Center will start out administering 500 doses per day and the Cranston location will administer 900 doses per day, according to health department spokesman Joseph Wendelken.

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Diablo II Remastered Brings Back a Dungeon-Crawling Classic

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Classic PC dungeon-crawler RPG Diablo II is getting a new lease on life.

Blizzard announced Diablo II Resurrected during BlizzCon 2021’s online event, Polygon reports. The remastered edition features both the base game and the Lord of Destruction expansion.

It’s been 21 years since the PC original debuted, so it’s in need of a few enhancements. But Diablo executive producer Rod Fergusson tells Polygon that Resurrected isn’t a

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Digital adventure Bottle Works, Penguin Court to host nature, conservation expo

Feb. 20—Bottle Works and Penguin Court, a Preserve of Brandywine Conservancy, will present NatureWorks Environmental Expo virtually from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 6.

Presentations will be live-streamed on the Bottle Work’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bottleworksethnicartscenter.

For each presentation, attendees will be able to ask questions through the Facebook chat.

For the past four years, Bottle Works has welcomed more than 25 conservation-themed groups and agencies, showcasing all there

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USC planning to reopen COVID-closed campus classes in fall

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The University of Southern California expects to reopen campuses this fall, joining the state’s major public universities in planning to resume on-campus life that was curtailed by the coronavirus outbreak.

“With conditions improving and vaccine distribution now being ramped up, many of us are feeling a sense of hope about this pandemic that we haven’t felt for a long time,” USC President Carol L. Folt wrote

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Ranches at Hamilton Ridge | Pre-Construction Grand Opening Sale

Lone Star Land Partners announces their newest land buying opportunity, Ranches at Hamilton Ridge, being brought to market for the first time on Saturday and Sunday, February 20th and 21st, during the pre-construction grand opening sale. Buy a new barndominium shell* and 10 plus acres, for only $119,900.

This is an opportunity to start experiencing that pure Texas Hill Country lifestyle, with breathtaking, panoramic 25-mile Hill Country views, a gated

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Moscow City Council approves change to landlord, tenant code

Feb. 17—The city of Moscow should be able to save thousands of dollars in unpaid utility bills by tenants and in the staff time used to manage the process after the City Council’s action Tuesday night.

Moscow loses $41,250 on average each year in unpaid bills and staff time and the cost is spread across all Moscow utility users.

The Moscow City Council approved a resolution authorizing a revised process

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Santa Maria seeks to expand off-road safety course with grant funding

Feb. 18—Spots for Santa Maria’s off-highway vehicle safety workshops tend to fill up quickly because they are limited to eight participants, although the city is seeking to expand access with new state funding.

The Ride 3 program was launched using a $64,000 state grant in 2014 to teach area youth about safe all-terrain vehicle operations. The program later was opened up to adults, but access has been limited since the

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Home Office criticised over coronavirus laws crackdown video

The Home Office has been accused of “grossly” misstating coronavirus rules after it said “all gatherings are currently against the law”.

The Twitter post accompanied a video which said “meeting up is against the law” as it showed footage of police raiding house parties as it warned people not to break lockdown rules, without clarifying that several exceptions permit some gatherings.

Some lawyers hit out at the language and called

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Berkeley Marina could see pier rebuild, new hotel, ferry service

Berkeley officials hope to bring ferry service to the waterfront. Photo: The SF Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority

Citing decaying infrastructure and impending financial insolvency, officials pledged this week to revive the Berkeley Marina by investigating the prospect of large-scale ferry service, a new waterfront hotel and a rebuilt municipal pier, among other proposals on the table.

The marina’s budget woes have been well-documented for years, driven by both

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