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Driver Of Stolen Pickup Truck In Boston Public Garden Crash Arrested

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BOSTON (CBS) – A homeless man has been charged in a horrific pickup truck crash at the entrance to the Boston Public Garden that left a woman critically hurt. Keith Andrade, 58  was ordered held on $20,000 bail at his arraignment in municipal court Friday afternoon.

According to WBZ-TV I-Team sources, a firefighter left the truck running outside the Boylston Street fire station Thursday afternoon when a man stole it and took off. A short time later, it crashed through the garden gate at the corner of Boylston and Charles Street South.

A woman who had been walking on the sidewalk was pinned under the debris. A nurse and a doctor rushed to help her before she was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

“She grabbed the victim’s hand in an attempt to pull her out of the way.  She tripped on her high heel and was consequently

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WOW House: Spacious Home Boasts Gourmet Kitchen, Stone Fireplace

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HERNDON, VA — Welcome home to this sparkling, well-maintained home on an oversized, private .61-acre sanctuary, with approximately 5, 700 square feet of finished space in the Langley School Pyramid. This Laing-built Wilde model features four bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, and hardwood floors throughout the main and upper levels.

  • Address: 1067 Methven Ct, Herndon, Virginia
  • Price: $1,065,000
  • Square Feet: 5700
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3 Full and 1 Half Baths
  • Built: 1997
  • Features: The gourmet kitchen with newer 5-burner stove (2019), Electrolux double oven, and large pantry, incorporates eat-in space, a light-filled breakfast room that opens to a large great room with two-story soaring windows and a beautiful stone fireplace with gas insert. The expansive foyer showcases a striking, custom-crafted curved staircase with wrought iron detail. This open and functional main level also features a formal living room with beautiful, vaulted ceiling and palladian windows, a dining room with double chandeliers,
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Arrest made in hit-and-run crash at Public Garden entrance

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A Boston man was in court Friday, accused of being at the wheel Thursday when a pedestrian was struck by a stolen pickup truck at one of the entrances to the Boston Public Garden.



a truck on a city street: A photo of a pick-up truck involved in a crash at the entrance to the Boston Public Garden at the corner of Boylston and Charles Street


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A photo of a pick-up truck involved in a crash at the entrance to the Boston Public Garden at the corner of Boylston and Charles Street

Police allege Keith Andrade, 58, of Boston, was driving a Chevy Colorado pickup truck that struck a woman at the corner of Boylston and Charles streets Thursday.

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Photos from the scene showed the truck on the sidewalk at the entrance to the garden with severe front-end damage. It appeared that several granite stone fixtures were knocked down.

Boston police said the pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries. A witness said the the woman was pinned beneath the vehicle.

Witness said the pickup

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Beating survivor says part of her never left bathroom where she hid for 16 hours

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She asked the judge to give her former boyfriend one year in prison for every hour she was trapped in a bathroom hiding from him. She was there for 16 hours after he attacked her.



a man standing in front of a building: Curtis Scott was sentenced to 22 years in prison Friday after beating his former girlfriend in 2019.


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Curtis Scott was sentenced to 22 years in prison Friday after beating his former girlfriend in 2019.

On Friday, Curtis Scott was sentenced to that and more. He will serve 19 years in prison for felonious assault, kidnapping and abduction, plus another three years for a weapons charge.

In an incident caught by surveillance cameras, Scott brutally beat his then-girlfriend Brenda Luper in the hallway of a West End apartment in July 2019.

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The video shows him punching her in the face, dragging her by her hair, stomping on her head and slamming her body

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Food Network Kitchen Sets the Table with New Series BREAKFAST WITH BESSER

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Featuring chef Elena Besser.

Food Network Kitchen Sets the Table with New Series BREAKFAST WITH BESSER

Food Network Kitchen, the award-winning, first of its kind culinary app, today announced the premiere of new, original series, Breakfast with Besser, featuring chef Elena Besser chatting with celebrity guests including some of Hollywood’s hungriest stars as she guides them in cooking breakfast dishes specifically crafted for them. From insightful interviews and interactive games, to creative recipes and cooking tips, viewers will be treated to a first row seat at the breakfast table and get a chance to laugh and learn as comedians, actors, and Broadway stars navigate their way through the kitchen. Joining Besser across the 6 episodes will be Lea DeLaria, André De Shields, James Monroe Iglehart, Chris Redd, Dulcé Sloan and Bowen Yang cooking up dishes such as Cheddar Chicken and Waffles, Chicago-style Breakfast Biscuit Egg Sandwich, Devil’s Food Crepe Cake and more. THE TALK show style interaction combined with cooking show level

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Kitchen Theatre Company Announces 2020-2021 Season

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The season will feature recordings of previous productions, an online Script Club and more.

Kitchen Theatre Company Announces 2020-2021 Season

The Kitchen Theatre Company, Central New York’s Off Broadway theatre, is excited to announce plans for it’s 2020-2021 season. The Journey to 30: A Celebration of KTC’s Past, Present and Future will offer twenty hybrid and online events and culminate in one live, World Premiere production in June of 2021. The season will build towards the theatre’s 30th Anniversary next season.

The Journey to 30 is divided into three themes, and offered in four acts (see attached for specific date and titles).

 

 

 

  • The Past: Three streaming videos of previous productions recorded live in the Percy Browning Performance Space starring some of Ithaca’s favorite actors (Karl Gregory, Susannah Berryman and Erica Steinhagen) capped by a personal retrospective film directed by KTC’s Artistic Director Emerita Rachel Lampert.

  • The Present: KTC will tackle the vital conversations happening around racial

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Save on cookware, small appliances and more

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Shop and save at Macy’s during the VIP Sale. (Photo: All-Clad / Macy’s)

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The countdown to Amazon Prime Day is on, but you don’t have to wait to start saving at Macy’s. Thanks to the store’s huge VIP Sale, which is happening now through Tuesday, October 6, you can take an additional 10%, 15%, 25% or 30% off select items and use the promo code VIP to score even bigger savings.

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You can get massive discounts on top-rated home, fashion and beauty products during this dynamite endeavor. For example, you could score an exquisite seven-piece All-Clad cookware set, originally $839.99, and on sale for $499.99, for $374.99 with the coupon code, … Read More

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University of Notre Dame president tests positive for COVID-19 after attending White House Rose Garden ceremony with President Trump

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The University of Notre Dame’s president has tested positive for COVID-19, a school spokesman confirmed Friday morning, less than a week after he attended Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination ceremony at the White House without wearing a mask.

The Rev. John Jenkins has mild symptoms and contracted the illness “from a colleague he was in regular contact with at Notre Dame,” according to university spokesman Paul Browne.

Jenkins, who’s led the Catholic university since 2005, has drawn scrutiny in recent weeks for appearing not always to follow COVID-19 safety precautions.

In August, Jenkins sent an apology to students after he was photographed taking a group picture with students standing around him, and within 6 feet, when the school reopened for in-person classes. The photo, which was shared widely on social media, appeared to show everyone wearing masks.

More recently, Jenkins came under fire for not wearing a mask when

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Homeless man held on $20,000 bail after allegedly hitting pedestrian by Public Garden

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A 58-year-old homeless man was held on $20,000 cash bail on Friday, a day after police said he walked away after the pickup truck he stole hit a pedestrian by the Boston Public Garden, leaving her with life-threatening injuries.

Keith Andrade, whose address is listed as homeless, was arraigned Friday in Boston Municipal Court on charges including larceny of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of a personal-injury accident, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

The victim, whose name was not released, was hit after police said Andrade crashed the stolen pickup truck into the gates of the public garden. She is listed in critical condition, Boston police said.

Andrade’s $1,000 bail in a separate case was revoked. He has two active warrants out of Boston District Court for larceny from a person, police said.

Police said they arrested Andrade once they spotted him Thursday night, hours after

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Contractors busy with home improvement work | Local News

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Business is booming for local home improvement companies and contractors as the pandemic leads prospective customers to spend more time at home and spend less money on vacations. 

Paul Warren, who lives on Burningtree Mountain in Decatur, hired ESS Concrete and Design of Decatur to create a larger patio and make a walkway from his driveway this summer.

“It was a project we wanted to have done, and it probably would have been done in the fall,” Warren said. “But because of the pandemic, it sped things up.”

Zac Lott, owner of ESS, said his business picked up substantially two or three weeks after the coronavirus shutdown was ordered in mid-March. He said his work is up 25% because of the pandemic.

“Money is good right now,” he said. “People were going to work, but some are now home all day and are spending their stimulus checks. … The number

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