North Jersey Health & Fitness

One of our favourite standalone optical coronary heart rate trackers is the Polar OH1 ($79.ninety five), which could be worn on your arm or clipped to goggles to observe your ticker from your temple while swimming. If data drives you, you’ll have plenty of choices beyond fitness trackers and smartwatches that will help you monitor your efforts and progress. Free and reasonably priced fitness tracking apps can fill the hole … Read More

Cubs-Pritzker North Lawndale development plan misses the cut

City officials have drawn up a short list of four investor teams vying to develop nearly 21 vacant acres at Roosevelt Road and Kostner Avenue. They narrowed the field after North Lawndale residents emphasized the site should attract substantial job growth with a creative design and involvement from minority-owned companies.

One prominent contender, a proposal from the Chicago Cubs with business leader Penny Pritzker, failed to make the cut.


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Out-of-state professionals ready to take their business to the North Country

GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The Warren County Economic Development Corporation has a lot of work invested in showing businesses and employees what they could gain from moving their work to the region.

A lot of that work comes down to getting data on who is ready to make the move, how soon and where from, and this week the EDC highlighted findings in a study asking all of those

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Why Earth Inc. Believes Now Is the Perfect Time to Reintroduce the Tamaris Brand to North America

After 50 years in shoemaking, Earth Inc. is checking off a new first.

This month, the Waltham, Mass.-based private company announced its first licensing and distribution deal with European fashion-comfort brand Tamaris, to reintroduce the line to the North American markets for fall ’21.

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Earth, best known for its namesake and spin-off collections of wellness-oriented footwear, sees big opportunity with the Tamaris line, particularly in today’s

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In Brief: Keep off the ice, Girl Scout cookies, summer camp and more in the North Hills

Ice reminder

Allegheny County police issued a warning this week for people not to use iced-over North Park Lake for recreations other than ice fishing.

“Hiking, ice skating or playing hockey on the ice is strictly prohibited and violations to the county ordinance are punishable by a fine of up to

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North Attleboro council to hold virtual meeting Monday | Local News

NORTH ATTLEBORO — Reorganizing town government will be up for discussion again when the town council holds its next virtual meeting Monday night.

Discussions of the reorganization of the solid waste department as part of the public works department and the creation of a chief assessor’s post in that office are on the agenda for the online session which gets underway at 7 p.m.

Town Manager Michael Borg has launched

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How North Vegas is helping students reverse learning loss in pandemic

Michael A. McShane and Jason Bedrick, Opinion contributors
Published 6:01 a.m. ET Feb. 12, 2021


Across the country, students are struggling to focus and retain information with online learning, and many feel they are learning less than past years.


While many other cities around the country seemed paralyzed by the pandemic, North Las Vegas decided to do something to help families.

Millions of children across the country

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What you need to know in Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach

In Palm Beach Gardens, former mayor Marcie Tinsley faces political newcomer Rob Nanfro to fill the vacant Group 2 City Council seat. Two seats on the North Pam Beach Village Council are on the ballot.

Jodie Wagner
| Palm Beach Post

PALM BEACH GARDENS — A native New Yorker who moved to the city nearly two years ago will challenge a former mayor in the race to fill a vacant

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North Shore Businesses Toast End Of State Curfew: Patch Weekender

PEABODY, MA — Gov. Charlie Baker delivered a bit of a pleasant surprise to many affected businesses on Thursday when he announced the statewide 9:30 p.m. business curfew and stay-at-home advisory will end as of 5 a.m. Monday morning.

While the 25 percent capacity restriction remains in place, North Shore restaurant owners and recreation venue managers said it is a welcomed move that will help boost both revenue and spirits

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Site shoppers disrupt scheduling at North Las Vegas vaccination site

Numerous no-shows at the COVID-19 vaccination site in North Las Vegas this week prompted operators to drop a residential requirement and accept walk-ins in order not to risk wasting any of the precious doses.

North Las Vegas Fire Chief Joseph Calhoun said residents who were site shopping — or booking appointments at multiple sites and taking the first one available — were part of the problem at the Neighborhood Recreation

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In Brief: Student art exhibit, bus driver remembered and more in the North Hills

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Block Northway hosting students art exhibit

Art created by students in the North Hills is on display through Feb. 18 at The Block Northway in Ross.

The artwork was made by elementary, middle school and high school students in the Hampton and North Hills school districts and

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Coronavirus cancels events in North Myrtle Beach, Conway SC

Conway and North Myrtle Beach have canceled some group activities in response to the severe spike of coronavirus cases seen in Horry County over the past month.

North Myrtle Beach canceled its youth basketball practices and games until at least Jan. 19, according to an alert from the city. Conway’s parks and recreations department announced a similar change with youth and adult basketball at the Conway Sports and Recreation Center

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Open space plan for North Attleboro a coordinated effort | Local News

NORTH ATTLEBORO — For a small town in the middle of the Northeast Corridor, North Attleboro has a wide variety of wide — and not so wide — open spaces.

From the 256 acres of the North Attleboro Fish Hatchery off Bungay Lake (actually owned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) to the vest pocket three-10ths of an acre Simmons Park off Commonwealth Avenue in Attleboro Falls, playgrounds, woodlands

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Charles Scott Salons & Spas relocating to Avon: Short Takes on Avon, Avon Lake and North Ridgeville

AVON, Ohio — Charles Scott Salons & Spas is relocating from Crocker Park in Westlake to Avon, 34970 Detroit Road (across from Martin’s Deli).

“Charles Scott Salons & Spas are super excited to be joining the Avon community hopefully in mid January,” said Kelli Hosso, general manager in an email. “We will be relocating our team from our Crocker Park location to Avon. We will be providing all our current

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What’ s New and How to Safely Enjoy North Lake Tahoe This Winter

New and familiar experiences in North Lake Tahoe have been bolstered by significant investments designed to ensure the health and safety for residents and visitors.

NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (PRWEB) November 11, 2020

The resilient businesses and communities that make up the North Lake Tahoe region are prepared to welcome visitors this winter with a variety of outdoor activities that provide an opportunity to take a deep breath, spread out

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Get to know the candidates for city council, Ward 2- The North Platte Bulletin

The Ward 2 race for city council pits two candidates against each other who have extensive experience in city operations.

We asked them to describe their experience, and what they would do if elected.

Here’s what they said:


PETE VOLZ, 57, insurance agent

Experience & qualifications

 Past public offices:

– Appointed North Platte Planning Commission 8/2010-10/2019

– Chairman, North Platte Planning Commission 07/2014-10/2019

– Appointed North Platte Board of

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2 North Caldwell Schools To Close Amid Local COVID-19 Outbreak

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — Gould and Grandview schools in North Caldwell will close for two weeks starting Monday and switch to all-online classes amid an outbreak of the coronavirus in the region, officials announced.

Part of the reason for the shutdown is that parents and guardians in the district aren’t cooperating with contact tracing efforts, according to a letter from Superintendent Linda Freda.

Both schools started the year with in-person

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