Mill Creek faces road trip to unbeaten Grayson | Sports

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Last week: Beat West Forsyth 20-17

Mill Creek’s difficult non-region schedule gets even tougher Friday with a road trip to unbeaten and nationally ranked Grayson. The Hawks have gone 2-1 through their first stretch of challenges with wins over Dacula and West

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No. 1 Wake Forest Men’s Soccer Team Faces Travelling UAB Blazers

In their only out of conference game of the fall season, the Deacs face a UAB team that is firmly on the slide Saturday night at 7:30. The Demon Deacons enter this contest with a 2-0-0 record while the Blazers will come to Winston-Salem sporting a 1-3-0 record and a 3 game losing streak, as well as a 2 game scoreless run. In their last match, Bobby Muuss’ Deacons dispatched

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Scattered around world, Canada’s women’s BB team faces extra challenges in advance of Tokyo Olympics



a group of people watching a football game: Canada's guard Miah-Marie Langlois and national teammates cheer during a game at the 2016 Olympics. Langlois and the rest of the team are now spread across the world playing overseas, unsure of when they'll come together next.


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Canada’s guard Miah-Marie Langlois and national teammates cheer during a game at the 2016 Olympics. Langlois and the rest of the team are now spread across the world playing overseas, unsure of when they’ll come together next.

If it was up to Ruth Hamblin, she might be in space right now.

Instead, she’s self-isolating in an apartment in Poland after her basketball team experienced

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Bloomington faces challenges with hotels housing homeless people

Bloomington officials have been struggling with how to handle several hotels housing homeless people that are racking up police calls and making neighbors feel unsafe, demonstrating that such challenges during the pandemic aren’t limited to central cities.

Three Bloomington hotels — a Holiday Inn, a Holiday Inn Express and a Comfort Inn — have contracts that began in March with either Hennepin County or St. Stephen’s Human Services, a Minneapolis

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Thompson first selectwoman faces $1K fine for violating travel restrictions to visit soon-to-be-deployed son at Oklahoma Air Force base

Thompson First Selectwoman Amy St. Onge and her husband, Jason, face a combined $1,000 fine after traveling to Oklahoma this month to visit their son, an active member of the U.S. Air Force who will soon be deployed overseas, in violation of Connecticut’s coronavirus travel restrictions.

Caleb St. Onge, 20, is currently stationed at Altus Air Force Base. Amy and Jason St. Onge flew to Oklahoma to visit with Caleb

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First Selectwoman Faces Fine For Violating CT Travel Restrictions

THOMPSON, CT – First Selectwoman Amy St. Onge may face a large fine for violating the state’s travel restrictions. She said she believes the fine is politically motivated and will appeal it.

On Labor Day, St. Onge and her husband Jason left for Altus, Oklahoma, where her son Caleb is stationed at the Air Force training base and scheduled to be leaving soon on his first deployment. After she returned,

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Hospitality industry faces a long road back after the pandemic – News – The Herald News, Fall River, MA

The hallways and dining room of the Christopher Dodge House bed and breakfast have been quieter than normal due to COVID-19, but downstairs there’s still jazz.

This summer the 14-room inn on Providence’s Smith Hill booked a jazz quartet, slimmed down to a duo for social distancing, to provide guests a rare and calming amenity during the pandemic.

“They just play this lovely music, and we offer guests a beverage

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Second US airline aid package faces ‘tough, tough road’: JetBlue exec | News

A second tranche of financial aid for US airlines is integral for the health of the industry, New York-based JetBlue Airways president and chief operations officer Joanna Geraghty says.

Speaking at the virtual World Aviation Festival on 24 September, Geraghty says that all airlines are showing “tremendous support” for additional aid, and concerned about economic ripple effects when the current tranche introduced at the beginning of the global pandemic expires

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Kingsley Jones faces heartbreak of missing dad’s funeral amid travel restrictions

Former Wales international and Dragons coach Kingsley Jones is facing the prospect of missing his father’s funeral due to New Zealand’s travel restrictions.

Phil Kingsley Jones, aged 72, died in Auckland two weeks ago after battling serious ill-health following a fall in April.

The family have confirmed that the funeral will be delayed until Auckland’s alert level is reduced to one, at which time there will be no limit on

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Hospitality industry faces a long road back after the pandemic – News – The Taunton Daily Gazette, Taunton, MA

The hallways and dining room of the Christopher Dodge House bed and breakfast have been quieter than normal due to COVID-19, but downstairs there’s still jazz.

This summer the 14-room inn on Providence’s Smith Hill booked a jazz quartet, slimmed down to a duo for social distancing, to provide guests a rare and calming amenity during the pandemic.

“They just play this lovely music, and we offer guests a beverage

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Hospitality industry faces a long road back – News – providencejournal.com

This story is part of a series of interviews with everyday Rhode Islanders about the summer of 2020.

The hallways and dining room of the Christopher Dodge House bed and breakfast have been quieter than normal due to COVID-19, but downstairs there’s still jazz.

This summer the 14-room inn on Providence’s Smith Hill booked a jazz quartet, slimmed down to a duo for social distancing, to provide guests a rare

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