COVID-19: Boris Johnson says it’s ‘looking good’ for 19 July – but won’t rule out further lockdowns in the winter

The prime minister has said it is “looking good” for 19 July to be the “terminus point” for England’s coronavirus restrictions – but did not rule out the prospect of further lockdowns in the winter. “You can never exclude that

Owner of Gaetano's buys its Highland property for $2.6M — The Know

Ron Robinson apparently made them an offer they couldn’t refuse. Robinson, who has owned Italian restaurant Gaetano’s in Highland since 2013, now owns the restaurant’s history-laced brick building, too. Robinson purchased the Highland properties at 3760 Tejon St. and 2018

Boulder Mennonites turn guns into garden tools

There was healing in the swing of a hammer at Boulder Mennonite Church on Friday. Dozens of community members gathered for a Good Friday vigil to pray, reflect and remember 10 victims of a mass shooting at the King Soopers

COVID-19: Fans could be back in ‘significant numbers’ this summer with help of COVID certificates, says culture secretary

Football fans could be allowed to pack into stadiums in “significant numbers” this summer with the help of COVID certificates, the culture secretary has told Sky News. Oliver Dowden set out the government’s aim to “get as many people back

Ivory Coast lifts suspension of Hershey cocoa sustainability schemes

ABIDJAN (Reuters) – Ivory Coast will lift a suspension imposed this week on cocoa sustainability schemes run by Hershey after the U.S.-based chocolate maker committed to paying a premium aimed at combating poverty among farmers.Slideshow ( 3 images )Ivorian and

‘I am tired of it’: Femicides spark outrage across Guatemala

Guatemala City, Guatemala – Women are leading protests against gender violence and femicides this weekend in Guatemala, where the recent murder of a university student has sparked sorrow, outrage, and calls for action. “It made me scared and sad,” said