Day: January 28, 2021

Winooski organizations team up to serve neighbors in need

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Two Winooski organizations are teaming up to make sure underserved communities have what they need during the pandemic.

Winooski Mutual Aid and Iceberg Consulting have started “P.U.M.A.” It stands for “Pop-up Mutual Aid.”

Once a week, volunteers will pack up a carload of winter clothes, masks, hygiene products and food, and drop them off in different neighborhoods.

The organizers say the goal is to meet people where they are and eliminate barriers that may prevent people from getting to other donation drives in the area.

Mellisa Cain says some of those barriers include child care, language and transportation.

“A lot of events– you have to go at a certain time. And so you have to meet the other organization’s time schedule, whereas people work, people have child care and they’d have to arrange child care. A lot of folks don’t have the transportation. You have to

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Weeks after winter sports cancellations, school systems move forward with fall athletic schedule

A variety of factors have caused local schools to maintain their adjusted fall sports schedule, despite previous cancellations and rising COVID numbers.

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — “With fall sports we were always worried about the humidity in the beginning, and then by the time the playoff rolled around you had to have your beanies and hats and everything on.”

Chesapeake Supervisor of Student Activities Kevin Cole may want to break out the winter clothes a little earlier in the fall sports schedule this year with football and competitive cheer starting conditioning January 28th. 

Just two weeks after voting to cancel winter sports, the Chesapeake School Board voted to go ahead with the adjusted Fall sports season, Cole says the timeline made all the difference

“We looked at all sports across the board and we’ve got a longer time frame now, pauses made it impractical to do winter season in two

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Snowmobiler discovers northern Michigan family of 3, including baby boy, dead after ‘unfortunate tragedy’

The bodies of a family of three were discovered in northern Michigan outside a pickup truck that appeared to have gotten stuck in what sheriff’s office officials are calling an “unfortunate tragedy.”

The Ogemaw County Sheriff’s office said a snowmobiler discovered the bodies of Amanda Pomeroy, Douglas Dougherty and their baby son, Jacob, shortly before 4:30 a.m. Saturday along Stoney Ridge Road in a remote area of Rose Township. 

On Tuesday, Undersheriff Paul Frechette told Fox News the autopsy examination had been completed and investigators had learned their deaths were not suspicious and no criminality was believed to have been involved.


“Preliminary results indicate hypothermia and exposure to the winter elements as the preliminary cause of death, pending toxicology results and a final autopsy report,” the sheriff’s office said in a Wednesday press release. 

Frechette called the deaths an “unfortunate tragedy.”


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Tens of Thousands Flood Moscow Streets to Protest Alexei Navalny’s Arrest

MOSCOW— As groups of youth dressed in hip winter clothes arrived in the Chistye Prudy area and began the walk along the pedestrian boulevard toward the central avenue of Tverskaya, it looked by 2 PM as if all pedestrians of the Russian capital were walking in the same direction—to Pushkin Square to join the protest against Alexei Navalny’s arrest.

It turned out to be by far the biggest rally Moscow had seen since the summer of 2019. At least 30,000 people joined the anti-Putin protest in Russia’s capital, as dozens of thousands protested across the country, answering Navalny’s call.

“What are these thieves scared of most of all? Of people coming to the streets,” Navalny said earlier this week, before his improvised court hearing at a police station following his return to Russia after an assassination attempt.

His supporters in major Russian cities responded with demonstrations against corruption

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How to Layer Clothes for the Warmest Winter Outfits

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Winter is a great time for getting cozy in our favorite sweatshirts and coats, but it can be a little bit of a pain when it comes to layering. You see, constantly having to peel off clothing when it gets a little too hot is no fun, and it’s also not ideal to pile on so many layers that you look like the Michelin man. Alas, learning how to layer clothes is an art and we’re here to help you master it.

How to layer clothes:

  1. Color-coordinate: Neutrals will always work well together, but if you want to wear colorful clothing make sure to stick to complementary color families for a put-together look.

  2. Play with textures: Jazz up your outfit by integrating different textiles, like faux fur and cotton or leather and silk. Doing this will give your clothing more dimension and will make your

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Legacies Reveals the Source of Hope’s Sleeping Beauty Curse

In the Season 3 premiere of Legacies, both Hope and Landon are still unconscious for very different, but connected, reasons.

WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Legacies Season 3, Episode 1, “We’re Not Worthy,” which aired Thursday on The CW.

When Season 2 of Legacies was forced to end prematurely by the COVID-19 pandemic, both Hope and Landon were left unconscious. Hope had failed to wake up after going into Josie’s mind to help her retake control from the evil, black magic-infused version of herself. Meanwhile, immortal phoenix Landon was stabbed by a Necromancer-controlled Rafael with a golden arrow. In the Season 3 premiere, “We’re Not Worthy,” Alaric is still trying to wake the pair up, but it will come as no surprise that things are never that simple on Legacies.

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