April’s Biggest Closing Takes Place at 15 Central Park West A duplex penthouse owned by Lindsay A. Rosenwald, a bio pharmaceuticals investor, sold for nearly $46.7 million after nearly three years on the market. The largest sale in New York City in April was a penthouse at 15 Central Park West, with a wraparound terrace overlooking the park.Credit...Benjamin Norman for The New York Times A spacious duplex at 15 Central Park West with a wraparound terrace directly overlooking the park topped the list of home sales in New York City during the month of April. The penthouse, on the 18th and 19th

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26. Bears (24): They're in a similar pickle as the Patriots, grateful to have obtained a potential franchise quarterback in Justin Fields but not in a position to smoothly transition the offense to him from veteran Andy Dalton's style. 27. Bengals (26): With first-rounder Ja'Marr Chase giving them a deadly three-wide option, this team should be fun to watch – especially if you like 38-34 games ... though Cincinnati will likely be regularly allowing the 38 points. 28. Jaguars (29): Rookie QB Trevor Lawrence, new coach Urban Meyer and a squadron of new players will navigate the NFL's significant

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Construction has ramped up on the new U.S. 641 from the Clarks River Bridge at the south edge of Murray to the Kentucky-Tennessee state line at Hazel. Initial construction on this 5.6-mile section of new four-lane will have no impact on existing U.S. 641 traffic during the 2021 construction season and minimal impact on side roads. Initial work includes culvert and bridge construction activities. The $37.6-million project has a target completion date in the summer of 2023. U.S. 60 has an active work zone near the 12 mile marker at the north edge of Smithland for construction of the new Cumberland

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The government has promised investigations but also blames old foes, saying rebel groups have infiltrated protests and drug-trafficking enterprises are subsidizing the demonstrations. At the funeral home, Jiménez blamed riot police for her son’s death. “I took a video of him at the morgue. The bullet entered through the right side of his chest and came out on the left side, went through his left arm,” she said. “The friends who were with him told me that my son had done absolutely nothing and that they (the police) had killed him, that it had been a rifle shot.” Jiménez said Agudelo left home Monday

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Even small acts of everyday on wild TV dating shows These series rely on gimmicks - whether contestants are required to take off all their clothes or get married at first sight. Lifestyle systems use the SoundTouch app; while the for everything from buying, renting, or selling your home, as seamless and effortless as it can be. And for companies hellbent on making money at the cost worst markets and they ll bid up the price over what its worth. This inst to suggest that your friends and loved associates that you're selling your house. What could the other person that you Mont use or Mont like.

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Det Garda Darren Hughes told Kieran Kelly BL, prosecuting, that duplicate claims were made by five pharmacies owned by Corr located in Clonskeagh and Clarehall in Dublin and Clogherhead, Blackbull and Mell in Co Louth. Det Garda Hughes said that duplicate claims occur when the same claim is made by more than one pharmacy in the same group. He said an investigation began after above average payments were noticed to the pharmacy in Mell. All five pharmacies were inspected and found to have made duplicate claims. In all 94 patients were identified to have had duplicate claims made in relation

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Education Department has released the first in a series of school surveys intended to provide a national view of learning during the pandemic. It reveals that the percentage of students who are still attending school virtually may be higher than previously understood. As of January and early February of this year, 43% of elementary students and 48% of middle school students in the survey remained fully remote. And the survey found large differences by race: 68% of Asian, 58% of Black and 56% of Hispanic fourth graders were learning entirely remotely, while just 27% of White students were.

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Fewer parking spaces for new California homes, shops? It could happen Pro-housing groups push reform to mandatory parking minimums A new bill, AB 1410, would ban cities from imposing parking requirements on new developments near transit. The goal is to encourage lower development costs and encourage more pedestrian and transit-friendly homes and shops. (File photo: (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group) By Louis Hansen | lhansen@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group Would fewer parking spaces mean cheaper new homes and shops? Or more drivers cursing while circling for an open spot? Housing advocates

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‘She listens’: Biden health official Rachel Levine is set to tackle inequity Biden’s stated priority to achieve health equity in the United States is borne out by various requests in his proposal. For instance, it allots $150 million more to the CDC for tracking health disparities and collecting data, and $200 million to the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the maternal mortality crisis that disproportionately claims the lives of Native American and Black women. The biggest science funding agency in the United States, the NIH, would receive a $9-billion boost, for a total

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Construction kicks off to improve safety along US 101 at Morse Creek Expect overnight lane closures through late summer PORT ANGELES –  Safety improvements are coming to US 101 at Morse Creek in Clallam County. As soon as Monday, April 5, Active Construction, Inc. crews working for Washington State Department of Transportation will begin site preparations near Cottonwood Lane. Work activities will take place at night when traffic volumes are lower. Travelers can expect reduced speeds and overnight lane closures with flaggers while crews transform the highway. Work begins at 8 p.m. each Monday

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