Latest news from Evanston: Your Wednesday daily digest

Elsewhere on the Roundtable website Lee Street Beach transformed. (photo round table) The lighthouse keeper sees… that a lone stroller at Lee Street Beach could easily be mistaken for an arctic explorer. Peggy Tarr: Humanity. Tarr reflects on the life, work and legacy of Bahamian-American/African-American actor and director Sidney Poitier, who died Jan. 6. At … Read more

Good news for buyers? New-home construction activity increases, amid a surge in building permits

Numbers: Homebuilders in the United States began building homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of about 1.7 million in December, an increase of 1% from the previous month, the US Census Bureau reported on Wednesday. . Compared to December 2020, housing starts increased by 2.5%. Meanwhile, permits for new homes came in at a … Read more

Meghan Markle latest news – Queen ‘REJECTED Prince Harry’s inappropriate living request after couple’s crackpot idea’

Andrew’s ex says Maxwell used her as ‘bait’ The 44-year-old socialite said Maxwell used her as ‘bait’ to entertain Epstein’s friends and said the convicted pedo ‘sort of sat there and kind of waited for her to go fishing ” for the girls. Lady Victoria – who is the daughter of the 6th Marquess of … Read more

SARS-CoV-2 may persist for more than 10 days in some people

Share on PinterestHow long does SARS-CoV-2 persist in people after infection? Kobi Wolf/Bloomberg via Getty Images A new study suggests that the recent trend to shorten isolation and quarantine periods for COVID-19 may be a mistake. Scientists measured the presence of active viruses using RNA sequences rather than virus fragments, which polymerase chain reaction (PCR) … Read more

Scheduled international flights to remain suspended till February 28 | Latest News India

Scheduled international commercial flights to and from India will remain suspended until February 28, the Director General of Civil Aviation said in a new order on Wednesday. Flights under air bubble arrangements will not be affected, the DGCA said. The decision comes as the world faces a new wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, driven by … Read more