<source id="3oodw" ><sup id="3oodw" ></sup></source>

      1. <s id="3oodw" ><th id="3oodw" ><small id="3oodw" ></small></th></s>
        <i id="3oodw" ><optgroup id="3oodw" ></optgroup></i>

            <input id="3oodw" ><bdo id="3oodw" ><cite id="3oodw" ></cite></bdo></input>
            <delect id="3oodw" ><ruby id="3oodw" ></ruby></delect>

            <em id="3oodw" ><progress id="3oodw" ></progress></em><input id="3oodw" ></input>
            <strike id="3oodw" ></strike>

            Subscribe to Patch

            Find out what’s happening
            outside your front door

            Today's Top Local News

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            March Madness: NCAA Cancels Tournament Amid Growing Virus Fears

            March Madness became March Sadness as the NCAA said Thursday it canceled the men's and women's Division 1 basketball tournaments for 五福彩票6688下载.


            By Gus Saltonstall, Patch Staff

            Rancho Santa Margarita, CA  |  
            Rancho Santa Margarita, CA  |  

            Disneyland Resort Closes Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

            Disneyland Resort said it put the needs of its cast members first with the notice that the park will be closed temporarily.


            By Ashley Ludwig, Patch Staff

            New York City, NY  |  
            New York City, NY  |  

            Broadway Shows, Events With 500 People, Shut Down In NYC: Cuomo

            New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the new coronavirus containment measures Thursday.


            By Brendan Krisel, Patch Staff

            Boston, MA  |  
            Boston, MA  |  

            NBA Suspends Season In Drastic Move Amid Coronavirus Fears

            The NBA will suspend the season after a player tested positive for the coronavirus. It's the most drastic step taken by a pro sports league.


            By Mike Carraggi, Patch Staff

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            12 Essential Work-From-五福彩票6688下载 Tips While Waiting Out Coronavirus

            Some 8 million people were already working from 五福彩票6688下载 before the spread of the new coronavirus. Here are some tips for making it work.


            By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

            Annapolis, MD  |  
            Annapolis, MD  |  

            MD Coronavirus: Public Schools To Close, Spring Break Changes

            All Maryland public schools have been ordered closed for two weeks, and the National Guard has been activated to help fight the coronavirus.


            By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

            Pacific Palisades, CA  |  
            Pacific Palisades, CA  |  

            Trump Bans Air Travel From Europe To Combat Coronavirus Pandemic

            The president addressed the nation to announce European travel ban after the World Health Organization declared a pandemic and stocks sunk.


            By Paige Austin, Patch Staff

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            Coronavirus United States: Updates For Thursday, March 12

            The latest on the new coronavirus across the United States, including the latest on the number of cases, deaths and locations.


            By Megan VerHelst, Patch Staff

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            NCAA Bans Spectators From Upcoming March Madness Tournament

            Earlier on Wednesday, the NCAA's panel on the coronavirus recommended that all athletic competitions take place without spectators.


            By Gus Saltonstall, Patch Staff

            Rivertowns, NY  |  
            Rivertowns, NY  |  

            How Parents Are Handling Coronavirus Fears

            With my child already under the weather and my mom stuck on a cruise ship, here's how I'm handling the latest coronavirus news.


            By Ilana Donna, Patch Contributing Writer

            Seattle, WA  |  
            Seattle, WA  |  

            Seattle’s New Baby Gorilla: Must-See Photos Of Precious Bond

            Uzumma, a female gorilla at Woodland Park Zoo, is proving herself to be a wonderful first-time mom. Her yet unnamed son was born March 4.


            By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

            Seattle, WA  |  
            Seattle, WA  |  

            Washington Bans Large Gatherings, Events To Slow Coronavirus

            Under Inslee's order, gatherings of more than 250 people, including concerts, conventions and church services, are banned in three counties.


            By Lucas Combos, Patch Staff

            Miami, FL  |  
            Miami, FL  |  

            Golf Clubs Filled With Cocaine Discovered In Miami

            Drug smugglers were hoping to score a hole in one, but their unusual plan to bring cocaine into the United States got shanked instead.


            By Paul Scicchitano, Patch Staff

            New York City, NY  |  
            New York City, NY  |  

            Harvey Weinstein Sentenced To 23 Years

            The movie mogul was sentenced to 23 years after being convicted last month in Manhattan Criminal Court of rape and assault.


            By Kathleen Culliton, Patch Staff

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            Coronavirus United States: Update For Wednesday, March 11

            The latest on the new coronavirus across the United States, including the latest on the number of cases, deaths and locations.


            By Gus Saltonstall, Patch Staff

            Chicago, IL  |  
            Chicago, IL  |  

            New Coronavirus Concerns To Close 39 City, Suburb Polling Places

            Coronavirus fears shut polling places, inspire a new take on old Chicago election saying: "Vote once, and wash your hands early and often."


            By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff

            Germantown, MD  |  
            Germantown, MD  |  

            MD Marine Killed In Combat In Iraq Survived By Wife, 4 Kids

            A Germantown Marine officer who was a husband and father of four was killed fighting ISIS in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.


            By Deb Belt, Patch Staff

            Andover, MA  |  
            Andover, MA  |  

            Gov. Baker Declared A State Of Emergency. What Does That Mean?

            Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency over coronavirus, granting him broad powers.


            By Christopher Huffaker, Patch Staff

            White House, US  |  
            White House, US  |  

            Joe Biden Wins 4 States In Democratic Primaries; Sanders Wins 1

            Joe Biden widened his delegate lead in the Democratic primaries, winning Michigan and three other states; Washington results are still out.


            By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

            Rockville, MD  |  
            Rockville, MD  |  

            Asian American Families Targeted Over Coronavirus: Schools

            Asian American students and parents in Montgomery County are being targeted, harassed and bullied amid coronavirus fears, official says.


            By Alessia Grunberger, Patch Staff

            Newark, NJ  |  
            Newark, NJ  |  

            Coronavirus? Nope, Allergies Diverted Newark-Bound Flight: Report

            A group of passengers panicked when they saw a fellow traveler coughing and sneezing. It turns out he just had allergies, reports say.


            By Eric Kiefer, Patch Staff

            Miami, FL  |  
            Miami, FL  |  

            New Coronavirus Hits Florida's Spring Break

            While spring break has already sprung in parts of Florida, the spread of the new coronavirus has taken its toll on this year's annual rite.


            By Paul Scicchitano, Patch Staff

            Austin, TX  |  
            Austin, TX  |  

            Austin Bans Events With 2,500-Plus Attendees Over Coronavirus

            In the wake of a 'state of disaster' declaration that forced cancellation of SXSW, the city has now prohibited all large-scale gatherings.


            By Tony Cantu, Patch Staff

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            To Avoid Coronavirus, Americans Over 60 Should Hunker Down: CDC

            The recommendations “may not be popular” and “difficult for some people,” the CDC’s Dr. Nancy Messonnier said at a news briefing.


            By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            One Message, Multiple Schools, And A Whole Community Changed

            Pittsburgh Public Schools have embraced and used the Shred Hate program for two years, catalyzing change in how bullying is addressed.


            By No Bully.org, News Partner

            Philadelphia, PA  |  
            Philadelphia, PA  |  

            Best Friends Since 2004 Discover They’re Biological Sisters

            Best friends for years, Ashley Thomas and Latoya Wimberly have something new to talk about in daily chats: They’re biological sisters.


            By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            Coronavirus Update In United States: Tuesday, March 10

            The latest on the coronavirus across the United States, including the latest on the number of cases, deaths and locations.


            By Gus Saltonstall, Patch Staff

            New York City, NY  |  
            New York City, NY  |  

            Port Authority Head Tests Positive For Coronavirus

            Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Rick Cotton, the executive director who has overseen people arriving at airports, tested positive.


            By Adam Nichols, Patch Staff

            Bethesda-Chevy Chase, MD  |  
            Bethesda-Chevy Chase, MD  |  

            Fake Posts On Coronavirus School Closures Denounced By District

            Posts circulating on social media about coronavirus-related school closures are false, according to Montgomery County Public Schools.


            By Alessia Grunberger, Patch Staff

            Seattle, WA  |  
            Seattle, WA  |  

            12 New Coronavirus Cases, 2 Deaths Confirmed In King County

            King County confirmed 12 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, including two deaths, bringing its total number of cases to 83.


            By Nick Garber, Patch Staff

            Los Angeles, CA  |  
            Los Angeles, CA  |  

            Coronavirus: Californians Urged To Avoid Contact With Others

            In a set of new coronavirus guidelines, California health officials urged the public to avoid close contact with others.


            By City News Service, News Partner

            Across America, US  |  
            Across America, US  |  

            Good News In America: Leap Day Babies, Lotto Luck, Snuggly Goat

            A young reporter scores the interview of a lifetime, photo contest helps shelter dogs, women vets volunteer at shelter, and more.


            By Megan VerHelst, Patch Staff

            Alameda, CA  |  
            Alameda, CA  |  

            Quarantined Grand Princess Cruise Ship To Dock In Oakland

            The Grand Princess cruise ship, which has been quarantined off the coast due to a coronavirus outbreak, will dock in Oakland this week.


            By Bay City News, News Partner

            Swipe for more from Patch »

            首页 免责声明: 本站资 料及图片来源互联网 文章,本网不承担任 何由内容 信息所引起的争议和法律责任。所有作品版权归原创作 者所有,与本站立场无关,如用户分  享不慎侵犯了 您的权益,请联系我们告 知,我们将做 删除处理!

            <option id="lrq7b" ><sup id="lrq7b" ></sup></option>
            <noscript id="lrq7b" ><nobr id="lrq7b" ><label id="lrq7b" ></label></nobr></noscript>
            1. <em id="lrq7b" ></em>
              <div id="lrq7b" ><optgroup id="lrq7b" ></optgroup></div>
              <dfn id="lrq7b" ></dfn>

                <u id="lrq7b" ></u>