Tuesdays, through Sept. Wednesdays, through Oct. To noon Saturdays, through Oct. Consuming a diet that rich in fruits and vegetables is a good idea to keep blood pressure in check. Studies looking at the Mediterranean diet is high in plant based foods, grains, and healthy fats like nuts and olive oil it may have heart protective benefits. Why? It thought that compounds in these foods can lower inflammation, which allows for stronger and clearer blood vessels.
Clark’s book begins with George Washington on his last day in office, preparing to attend the Inaugural Address of John Adams. We gain an understanding of the possible range of emotions and memories President Washington felt on this day, hoping he had done a good job and not made too many mistakes in government. We witness the whirlwind packing spree to leave the presidential mansion the long, bumping carriage ride that eventually led back to Mount Vernon..
He is free after posting $20,000 bail. April 28, police were called to a crash on Pearl Street. Council Likely To Approve Funding Shift $200,000 From Pearl Street Repair Budget Would Go To Quadrant Project.. Here in the United States, naturalists, both amateur and professional, have kept such records, but most are buried in herbaria, museums, archives, and family papers. One researcher, Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, is studying such information in the herbaria and archives of Acadia National Park in Maine. She hopes her research will track the ecological effects of climate change on plant communities over time..
Firefighters saved a man having a heart attack and then they finished his yard work for himA man involved in the beating of a mentally disabled Chicago man that was streamed on Facebook Live pleaded guilty on Thursday, according the state’s attorney. More>>Business owner feels targeted because of her raceA Racine woman feels targeted by residents possibly because of her race. She was legally selling dessert out of her food truck when she had the police called on her several times.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) Human bones found Saturday near Outer Loop and Interstate 65 may be those of a man of Native American decent, Louisville Metro police say.Lt. Emily McKinley with the LMPD Homicide Unit said police need the public’s help to determine what happened to the man, whom she described as a white man, possibly in his late 60s with long black hair and arthritis. He’s believed to have been between 5’11” and 6’3″ tall.>> PREVIOUS STORY: LMPD investigating human remains found near Outer LoopMcKinley said a man changing a tire on a vehicle Saturday morning noticed the bones and initially thought they belonged to a deer.