What’s News Today: Tree lighting, job fair

Road work in Lynchburg could impact your commute this week. The D Street Bridge will close daily from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Friday as water crews install sewer service to the area. Traffic will be detoured onto Cabell Street and Victoria Avenue.

Botetourt County Schools is holding a job fair today. It’s looking for nurses and nurses substitutes, as well as substitute teachers, bus drivers, custodians and other

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28 Ways to Feel Healthier Today, by a Doctor Who Knows

As a doctor, I know frightening health statistics are everywhere. We’re all getting fatter (obesity), developing chronic diseases (diabetes) and succumbing to potential pandemics (coronavirus). It’s all pretty scary.

So how can we improve our health? Yes, we want longevity—but we want quality of life as well. Are there any top tips to keep us healthy, and help us live the best life it can be? Read on, and to

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5 things to know about the coronavirus today: Statewide curfew declared

Statewide curfew goes into effect tomorrow

A statewide curfew will go into effect Thursday, calling for Ohioans to stay at home from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for the next three weeks. Gov. Mike DeWine said that the goal of the curfew was to have fewer contacts to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. Exceptions are made for work, emergencies, medical care, groceries or meal pick-ups, and the governor

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Coronavirus Today: ‘COVID, COVID, pandemic, COVID’

Good evening. I’m Amina Khan, a science reporter here at the L.A. Times, and I’ll be filling you in on all the essential coronavirus news as we continue to make our way through the pandemic. It’s Thursday, Oct. 22. Here’s what’s happening within California and beyond.

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Blesseds Carlo Acutis and Olinto Marella Are Perfect Patrons for Today| National Catholic Register

The past week gave us two new beati, both Italians, one very elderly and one astonishingly young — both evangelists who can serve as much-needed patrons for particular problems today.

The more famous of the two, Carlo Acutis, was beatified Oct. 10 in Assisi, where he is buried, and his feast is observed on Oct. 12, the date of his death in 2006. 

Only 15 when he died, Blessed

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NYC Families Brace for Cuomo’s School Reopening Decision Today

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Governor Andrew Cuomo’s decision on whether to reopen New York City’s schools is among the most consequential he has had to make in months of grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Beyond the risks to public health, at stake is the education of 1.1 million students, the livelihoods of their parents, the working conditions of 235,000 school workers and the ability of thousands of struggling businesses to employ people

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How will Premier League fixture play out today?

Arsenal travel the short distance to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium today in what will be an unusual north London derby.

There will be no fans in the stadium to create the usual raucous atmosphere as the Premier League continues behind closed doors. And it will also be an occasion on which neither side are quite finding their groove.

Spurs are particularly shaky at the moment and currently sit 10th in

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Emmy Voting Starts Today; ‘Masked Singer’s’ COVID Connection; Phil Rosenthal’s World Is His Oysters

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A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards season.

Let the voting begin.

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It has been pretty hard this unusual Emmy season to conduct this column that usually is made up of nifty little events and conversations I have as I traverse industry events, Q&As, parties etc. Not this time. There haven’t been any in a year that, like

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Do I need to wear a covering on public transport from today?

Anyone travelling on public transport in England must wear a face covering from Monday 15 June, according to new lockdown rules.

Since the coronavirus outbreak began there has been significant debate as to whether face masks and face coverings are effective at containing or preventing the spread of Covid-19.

In May, the government advised that people in England should wear face coverings in crowded or “enclosed public spaces”, such as

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