first_imgNational City World Cup fans asked not to celebrate in streets Posted: June 26, 2018 June 26, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom NATIONAL CITY (KUSI) – Police are asking soccer fans to avoid celebrating in National City’s roadways ahead of Wednesday’s World Cup match between Mexico and Sweden.Fans have congregated on Highland Avenue following recent games. Most celebrated peacefully, though some left the safety of sidewalks and parking lots and went into the street.“Those types of actions are not only dangerous for fans, but motorists who may have to maneuver around fans and other vehicles,” the National City Police Department said.Mexico will face off against Sweden on Wednesday at 7 a.m. after beating South Korea 2-1 and Germany 1-0.Related: National City fans flood the streets to celebrate Mexico victory in World Cup Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Farmers Market will be open this Sunday, March 10, 2019, from 2pm to 4pm, in the Wilmington United Methodist Church (87 Church Street).March 10 Farmers Market Lineup:Vendors:Arrowhead FarmFrom Sea To You Sea Glass PicturesGrateful TastesGrazing Platter BoardsHannah’s HerbalsKC Styles Jewelry & AccessoriesMa & Pa’s PicklesPolish Prince PierogisPurple Carrot BreadSeafood ExpressSusan Anton LMTSweet Lydia’sAdditional Attractions:Kids Craft (Squishies) at the Kids TableBillerica Cat Care Coalition at Community TableLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWhat To Expect At The Wilmington Farmers Market On Sunday, September 8In “Community”What To Expect At The Wilmington Farmers Market On August 11In “Community”What To Expect At The Wilmington Farmers Market On August 18In “Community”last_img read more

first_imgListen Share X 00:00 /03:59 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Galveston Bay is in fair condition in general terms, but some of its wildlife is declining, according to the 2018 edition of the Report Card prepared by the Galveston Bay Foundation and the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC).T’Noya Thompson, the foundation’s Report Card coordinator, told Houston Matters Wednesday that the overall health grade of the bay is C.However, the grade in the habitat and wildlife categories is D. As an example, HARC president and CEO Lisa Gonzalez detailed that the blue crab population is declining.Al Ortiz/Houston Public MediaT’Noya Thompson, coordinator of the report for the Galveston Bay Foundation (left), and Lisa Gonzalez, president and CEO of the Houston Advanced Research Center (right), were guests on Houston Matters and talked about the 2018 Report Card.The report also has good news, such as the grade in the water quality category being A, same as last year. Gonzalez noted “that’s some really good news because we’ve seen some real improvements over the years in regional water quality” and specified the researchers have seen “an improvement in the grades relating to oil spills, both number and volume.”Thompson underlined that the best way to conserve the bay in a good condition is to use a multi-faceted approach, but she added that “if you are looking at individual ways to help out, we are focusing on some sustainable behavior practices that will help with the bay,” such as proper disposal of pet waste, applying lawn fertilizer sparingly and conserving water.Gonzalez explained Hurricane Harvey impacted the research because “the monitoring programs that we rely on for data, for the report card, basically stop during those events.” “So the data stops maybe the day before the event,” added Gonzalez “and doesn’t pick up for a couple of weeks afterwards, so we end up with these large data gaps.”last_img read more