Month: May 2021

Walking, biking path to open on former Indian Lakes golf course in Bloomingdale

The former Indian Lakes golf course in Bloomingdale will open as a 5-mile walking, running and biking path, at least while the village decides on long-term recreational use for the site.

The marked path is on the former golf course’s cart paths and is mostly paved with sections of gravel at connection points. Access will be from a parking lot on the north end of the property, and pets will be allowed on the path.

“We’re working to make the property accessible to our residents for their use and enjoyment as we figure out a long-range plan for the property,”

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Pools opening across Kansas City area on Memorial Day weekend

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Schools are out, summer is here and swimming pools are opening up this Memorial Day weekend across the Kansas City metro.

But with lifeguard shortages and some cities still taking COVID-19 restrictions into consideration, not all city pools across the area are opening up. With a

So FOX4 is diving in and working for you to figure out what city pools are actually open this summer and what you need to know before you grab your swimsuit and sunscreen.

Wyandotte County

The Parkwood Pool in

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Tiger Woods confession after high-speed car crash

Tiger Woods says the pain of his injuries is worse than he’s ever experienced. Image: Instagram/Getty

Tiger Woods has opened up about the injuries he suffered in a horror car accident, admitting the pain is worse than anything he has ever experienced.

Speaking in a Golf Digest interview published on Thursday, the golf legend admitted his latest recovery was unlike any he has undergone before.

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The 45-year-old is no stranger to rehabilitation procedures, after several back and knee surgeries throughout his career.

“This

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Kendrick Blackshire has arrived in Tuscaloosa to begin his football journey with the Tide

He is the most physically imposing player in Alabama’s signing class, and he’s now on campus.

Kendrick Blackshire had Crimson Tide fans in awe when he committed, but now his football journey in Tuscaloosa begins.

According to his Twitter profile, the Duncanville (Texas) native got to campus late Tuesday night.

He is one of 15 summer enrollees that look to push for significant playing time in the fall.

The 6-foot-2, 240-pounder is a big-time hitter at the inside linebacker position. He was strong against the run in high school, and there is no escape if

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How I learned to love treadmill running

These shoes weren’t made for walking.


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I never thought I’d be a treadmill runner. Why expend all that energy and never go anywhere? No, I thought, it was better to be out in the fresh air, feeling the sun on my face and enjoying the beauty of the Bay Area.

Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit and, like it did to so many things, it upended workout routines. My usual spots along the San Francisco Bay and around Oakland’s Lake Merritt felt too crowded, especially to run without a mask. I’d pass far fewer people on the streets in

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Israel, Hurricanes, Mountain Biking: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

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Good evening. Here’s the latest.

1. Israel and Hamas agreed to a cease-fire in Gaza to take effect on Friday morning.

The deal was brokered by Egypt after 11 days of fighting that have killed more than 230 people in Gaza, many of them Palestinian civilians, and badly damaged infrastructure, including the fresh water and sewer systems, the electrical grid, hospitals, schools and roads.

In Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office announced that his security cabinet had voted to accept the truce proposal, but cautioned “that the reality

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Majority of Milwaukee County swimming pools will be closed this summer

Swimming this summer will be limited in Milwaukee County. All county pools last year stayed closed because of the pandemic, but this year the problem is staffing and funding.Only two county pools and two county aquatic centers will be open.Wilson Park Pool, Sheridan Park Pool, Schultz Aquatic Center and Cool Waters Aquatic Park will all open this season. Eight other locations will remain closed: Pelican Cove Aquatic Center, Hales Corners Park Pool, Grobschmidt Pool, Jackson Park Pool, McCarty Park Pool McCarty Park Pool, Noyes Pool and Pulaski Pool. Milwaukee County Parks officials say it’s due to a lack of staffing … Read More

Veteran offensive lineman Jared Veldheer retires from NFL following six-game suspension

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Jared Veldheer’s NFL career is coming to a close in a rather interesting turn of events. On Thursday afternoon, Field Yates of ESPN reported that the veteran offensive lineman, who is currently a free agent, has been suspended for the first six games of the upcoming 2021 season. In the aftermath of that news coming to light, Veldheer released a statement explaining what triggered the positive test and that he would be retiring from the NFL. 

“I was prescribed low dose clomid due to abnormally low T (likely caused from pituitary damage suffered from repeated blows

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Georgia football positioned to add former Clemson cornerback Derion Kendrick

The Georgia football secondary might soon be adding another body in the form of former Clemson cornerback Derion Kendrick.

The 6-foot, 190-pound Kendrick is expected to choose the Bulldogs coming out of the NCAA transfer portal on the heels of a first-team All-ACC season in 2020.

Georgia football players report back to campus and start their voluntary offseason workouts the first week of June.

The Bulldogs open the season at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 4 against the Tigers in Charlotte, N.C.

Kendrick, originally from Rock Hill, S.C., was dismissed from the Tigers’ program by Dabo Swinney at the end of

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Damontae Kazee Off & Running In Bounce Back Bid

In this case, the controllable is the rehab, which Kazee said he began as soon as his cast was off. He got enough of a handle on it that, after a brief visit during March, the Cowboys felt comfortable signing him on a one-year deal. After facing the unknown for so long, Kazee said it was a big stress release.

“There was a couple teams out there trying to get me, but I wanted to come to a team that I know we’re going to fight and get to the playoffs and get to the Super Bowl,” he said.

The

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