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first_img STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week Subscribe Goodwill Southern California appealed Tuesday for the public not to leave donations outside its storefront entrances and donation centers while they are shut down during the COVID-19 crisis.Donations quickly become trash — in what is becoming a community safety hazard — when left outside the stores during the mandate by state and local officials for non-essential businesses to cease operations, according to a statement issued by Goodwill Southern California.“It absolutely has been a big problem, especially with the rain,” said Marla Eby, director of marketing and media relations for Goodwill Southern California. “We know everybody’s at home wanting to de-clutter.”Goodwill Southern California said it will welcome donations when its stores re-open and is asking donors to help prepare their donations by pre-sorting items into specific categories such as clothing and home goods so they can quickly be priced for sale.The closure includes all of Goodwill Southern California’s retail stores, outlet stores, donation centers and bookstores/boutiques in its territory, which includes Los Angeles (north of Rosecrans), Riverside and San Bernardino counties.For more information, visit https://www.goodwillsocal.org/ Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Community News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Giving Back Goodwill: Don’t Leave Donations Outside During COVID-19 Crisis STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 | 11:40 am CITY NEWS SERVICE/STAFF REPORT Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Make a comment More Cool Stuffcenter_img Top of the News EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Community News Business News STAFF REPORT Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Herbeauty8 Yoga Poses To Overcome Stress And AnxietyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThe Most Heartwarming Moments Between Father And DaughterHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyAncient Beauty Remedies From India To Swear By For Healthy SkinHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyPriyanka Chopra’s 10 Year Challenge Pic Will Surprise YouHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Tips To Rejuvenate Winter Dry, Chapped LipsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyBohemian Summer: How To Wear The Boho Trend RightHerbeautyHerbeauty Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * 76 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it last_img read more

first_imgOcean City Public Safety Building Calls for Service: 623           Daily Average: 89January 21, 2018: SundayCalls for service: 76Stops: 21 Accidents: 1 Property Checks: 29   Alarms: 5The Police Department assisted with 8 Fire and 6 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 2300 block Central Ave., at 12:24pmDomestic violence, W. 6th St., at 10:38pmJanuary 22, 2018: Monday  Calls for service: 65Stops: 20 Accidents: 0  Property Checks: 22  Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 6 Fire and 4 EMS callsDomestic violence, 1200 block Asbury Ave., at 1:17amJanuary 23, 2018: TuesdayCalls for service:  115Stops: 46 Accidents: 0  Property Checks: 44   Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 10 fire and 4 EMS callsWarrant, 11th St., one in custody, at 7:16amJanuary 24, 2018: WednesdayCalls for service: 103Stops: 36 Accidents: 1   Property Checks: 32   Alarms: 4The Police Department assisted with 10 fire and 11 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 9th St. & Bay Ave., at 12:57pmWarrant, 600 block Bay Ave., at 8:36pmJanuary 25, 2018: ThursdayCalls for service: 93Stops: 34  Accidents: 1  Property Checks: 32  Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 4 fire and 2 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 18th St. & Bay Ave., at 7:36amJanuary 26, 2018: FridayCalls for service: 89Stops: 35 Accidents: 1 Property Checks: 28  Alarms: 0The Police Department assisted with 12 fire and 10 EMS callsThreats, 400 block Central Ave., at 6:49amMotor vehicle accident, 2300 block West Ave., at 7:37pmCriminal mischief, 800 block Atlantic Ave., at 7:55pmWarrant, 900 block Asbury Ave., one in custody, at 8:52pmJanuary 27, 2018: SaturdayCalls for service: 80Stops: 24    Accidents: 0  Property Checks: 41  Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 1 Fire and 1 EMS callsFight, 900 block West Ave., at 5:44pmPUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a City Ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk anytime during the year.Bicycle riders must obey all motor vehicle laws similar to that of a motor vehicle.  They must stop at stop signs, traffic lights and ride with the flow of traffic.  Bicycle riders are not pedestrians and do not have the same right of way as a pedestrian when crossing the street at an intersection.When traveling on Route 52, remember that New Jersey State Law requires vehicles to KEEP RIGHT and pass left. The speed limit is 45 mph for the causeway.State Law requires that all snow and ice be removed from your vehicle prior to driving on any roadway(39:4-77.1)last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A memorial will be held this month to honor the life and legacy of John Kominicki, who was publisher and executive editor of the Long Island Press when he died Dec. 5.His friends, family and colleagues will gather to reminisce and share stories about the seasoned journalist, 62-year-old Stony Brook resident and married father of one. He passed away following a brief battle with stomach cancer.Kominicki, a U.S. Army veteran who worked for national newspapers and was publisher of Long Island Business News before his stint at the Press, inspired and mentored countless local journalists. He simultaneously ran Innovate Long Island, a digital outlet that covers the local tech industry.The event is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18 at Crest Hollow Country Club, which is located at 8325 Jericho Tpke. in Woodbury. Organizers ask that those planning to attend RSVP on the memorial’s Facebook page so the venue knows how many people to expect.Read also:John Kominicki: Gone But UnforgettableHats Off to The Boss: Farewell, John KominickiRemembering John Kominickilast_img read more

first_imgInstitutional investors are, Aquila said, set to increase their direct ownership of real assets.Specialised investment funds are used by 38% of those surveyed, closed-end funds by 32% and club deal/co-investments and managed accounts by 16%.Nine out of 10 investors (90%) said they had some exposure to real assets, and 44% had more than 10% exposure.Property was the most popular asset, with 74% of investors having exposure to it, followed by infrastructure (37%), commodities (26%), renewable energy (21%), timber (18%), shipping (7.9%) and farmland (2.6%).  The study showed that the most significant deterrent to investing in real assets was the lack of liquidity, which was cited by 55% of respondents.Other reasons included institutions’ lack of understanding of real assets (33%), limited long-term performance history (30%), a lack of suitable investment products (25%), fear of poor returns (23%) and unwillingness to diversify into ‘untested’ investment sectors (20%).For real assets to become more compelling, institutional investors said product providers must demonstrate greater transparency (60%), assets should be run by managers with experience of managing them (41%), fees should be lower (32%), due diligence should be clearer (30%) and products need better scalability (14%).Investors, Aquila said, also need to have a clearer understanding of the risk/return profile of real assets (41%). Institutional investors prefer direct ownership of real assets, according to a study by Aquila Capital.Aquila said 57% of the European investors it surveyed believe direct ownership is the best approach.However, only 43% currently use it.Stuart MacDonald, managing director at Aquila, said: “There is a growing appreciation among institutional investors of the benefits of direct ownership of real assets, and, over the coming years, we can expect to see a narrowing of the gap between actual and desired levels of this approach.”last_img read more

first_imgThat was reinforced by ugly stretches of half-court offense, particularly in the first and fourth quarters against Oklahoma City. Some of the Lakers’ best half-court players are shelved. Their remaining weapons thrive the most in transition.“I think with LeBron, Rondo, Kuz, Beas out, we just got to pick up the tempo, to be quite honest,” center Tyson Chandler said. “We just got to get up and down the floor, get shots up. Turn it into a speed game, a scrambling game because we are young, we are missing a lot of our leadership and floor generals so we’re just going to have to adjust, basically.”It might not sound like a satisfying answer. McGee himself questioned how much faster the Lakers can play. But for a team with as many injuries as the Lakers, there are not a lot of satisfying answers to be found. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersBut even though the latest injury isn’t as serious as perhaps feared, it still tolls ominously as the Lakers soldier through misfortune on the health front. The most looming injury is to LeBron James, who has sat courtside for three straight games, once casually strolling into the building with a glass of wine. The team is 1-3 without him.Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.On Wednesday night, cameras captured James in a less lighthearted mood, staring with a vacant expression while standing alongside General Manager Rob Pelinka and President of Basketball Operations Magic Johnson. What exactly were they thinking as they watched the second half unfold without a number of the most important players on the roster?There is one concern on the front of every Lakers fan’s mind as the team pushes through the next stretch of games: How much can this affect the season? It’s best understood by breaking things up into the most pressing questions the team faces:HOW BAD IS THE INJURY SITUATION?There’s one man the Lakers need more than anyone else. And his injury might be the biggest mystery.On the one hand, the Lakers have acknowledged that James has a strained groin. They’ve also described his status as “day-to-day,” but as of Wednesday, James had yet to return to basketball activities. The Lakers seem to be giving him a lot of latitude to advance his own recovery – they don’t want to rush him back and have him re-injure the groin, which seems like sound judgment.center_img The way things have been sliding for the Lakers, the news that Kyle Kuzma is at least questionable for Friday’s game should draw a common-sense reaction.Whew.As the Lakers (21-17) well know, it could be so much worse.Nearly at the halfway point in the season, the Lakers sat in seventh place in the Western Conference before Thursday’s games looking for the silver lining. An MRI confirmed that Kuzma, who left the second quarter of a 107-100 loss to the Thunder on Wednesday, suffered a lower back contusion. He’s one of only four Lakers to play in every game so far this season, a number that seems to dwindle by the game. How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers That being said: If James hasn’t even practiced with the rest of the team yet, it puts his status in doubt for the next slate of games. He’s officially out for Friday’s game, and returning during a road back-to-back in Minneapolis and Dallas seems dubious. A reasonable estimate is that James will miss at least three more games.Add that to the others: Rondo missed 17 games with his previous hand injury which took more than a month to recover from, and after having surgery on his finger, he’s on a similar timeline. Michael Beasley has missed 13 games and counting as he grieves his mother’s death – the organization is not going to rush along that process.Then there are the lingering effects of injuries that have already occurred but continue to nag. Center JaVale McGee said Wednesday night that he’s still building on his stamina following a bout with pneumonia. Brandon Ingram continues to get extra treatment on the left ankle he turned last month.Nothing quite summed up how dire the Lakers’ problem is as when Josh Hart was switched to power forward against the Thunder’s 6-foot-9 Jerami Grant. Hart finished with a career-high 15 rebounds, but it was because he was forced to play out of position: The Lakers don’t have many natural power forwards left.“I don’t make excuses, honestly,” Hart said afterward. “I want to play all 48 (minutes). So I’m not going to say we’re tired or anything like that. You just got to execute, and if you are tired, we’ve got to find little bits and pieces of the game to catch a breath, maybe get an extra timeout.”HOW MUCH WILL IT AFFECT THE LAKERS’ RECORD?The Lakers are 1-3 without James, with all three losses coming to Western Conference teams with winning records. At least on Friday, that eases up a little with the Knicks (9-29) visiting town, but the Lakers could be without their two leading scorers and assist men if Kuzma misses the game. It will be up to Ingram, Hart, McGee and Lonzo Ball to carry much of the load, not to mention Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who has scored 51 points in the last two games.The road back-to-back comes against Minnesota and Dallas, two teams with losing records. But the Timberwolves won the previous meeting in Target Center against the Lakers, and the Mavericks have kept the game close twice before.If James is still out after the next three, the schedule isn’t particularly punishing: The Lakers have to face the middling Detroit Pistons and Utah Jazz (in Salt Lake City), before hosting the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls. They probably would be favored to win at least half of those games. But the immediate slate is a little more threatening. James making a comeback on Jan. 13 against the Cavaliers at home is a compelling storyline, but certainly the Lakers will take him back as soon as possible.EVEN HEALTHY, HOW HARD WILL IT BE TO MAKE THE PLAYOFFS?Here’s the biggest concern: If the Lakers fumble a few more games during one of the softest stretches of their schedule, they could actually damage their playoff ambitions quite a bit.“We keep slipping the more we lose,” Ball said, “so gotta turn it around.”The Lakers are guaranteed to be over .500 at the halfway mark of the season, but if James misses any games beyond the next three and if the Lakers lose, that could force them to make quite a run to ensure the playoffs. Last year in the West, the 46-win Denver Nuggets did not make the cut. Even if the cutoff isn’t quite that high (the previous two years, a 41-win team made the playoffs), the Lakers would still have to win somewhere between 21 to 23 games on the back end of the schedule to qualify.Now think about the schedule: There are two five-game trips through the East Coast remaining on the schedule, with just two home games in all of February. There are three games against Golden State left, two games against Boston, two games against Milwaukee, two games against Philadelphia, two more against Oklahoma City. There are games with feisty Portland, Utah, Brooklyn, Indiana and New Orleans teams. It does not get easier.With a healthy James, the Lakers were 20-14. Over a 41-game span winning at roughly that rate, they’d come out with 24 wins. That might be enough to slide into the playoffs, but even then, does that mean they’re scratching out a 7- or 8-seed and face Golden State in the first round? That’s not ideal.WHAT CAN THE LAKERS DO IN THE MEANTIME?Coach Luke Walton again harped on the team’s tempo after the game, saying they slowed down in the fourth and it was a key reason why they lost to the Thunder. With James and Rondo out and perhaps Kuzma out too, the best advantage the Lakers might have is tempo.Related Articleslast_img read more