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first_imgJERSEY CITY – A Bayonne Flyer light rail train struck and killed a man on the tracks between Richard Street and Danforth Avenue after 9 a.m. on Friday.The train was heading from Bayonne through Jersey City and the accident happened between stations.A passenger who was on the train said that after the impact, the driver of the train stopped the train and was crying. Other transit workers came to help her off the train.Transit officials told the press that the person was trespassing on the tracks between stations.Service was suspended between Bayonne and Liberty State Park in Jersey City. Workers at the Liberty State Park stop said that shuttle buses would be sent to help passengers get to other stations. ×last_img read more

first_img Google+ Twitter Twitter By Brooklyne Beatty – January 29, 2021 0 252 Previous articleFood Bank of Northern Indiana releases food distribution schedule, Feb. 2-4Next articleAlmost 2,000 without power near downtown Elkhart Friday Brooklyne Beatty Google+ Pinterest Pinterest South Bend house fire leaves two families displacedcenter_img TAGSduplexfirehouseIndianaOlivePhilippa StreetSouth BendWestern WhatsApp (Source: https://goo.gl/4hRlFI License: https://goo.gl/OOAQfn) Two families are displaced after a house fire in South Bend Friday.Fire crews were called to the duplex on Philippa Street, near Olive and Western, around 2 a.m.The fire was contained within 15 minutes, but had already caused severe damage to both homes, according to ABC 57 News.The cause of the fire has not yet been released. Facebook WhatsApp Facebook IndianaLocalNewslast_img read more

first_img Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 28, 2014 Stiles’ stage credits include David Mamet’s Oleanna on Broadway and her film work includes 10 Things I Hate About You and the Bourne series with Matt Damon. Stiles and Wirt will co-star with Lily Rabe and Billy Magnussen in the upcoming film The First. Wirt will also appear in Billy Bates, due out in theaters in November. When Bruce (Wirt) and Sue (Stiles) meet four weeks after an uncharacteristic one-night-stand, Sue has this to say to him: one, I had a great time with you that night and two, let’s never see each other again. Thus begins a 4,000 mile journey well beyond the confines of their carefully structured worlds. Bruce is fueled by an overwhelming but undefined compulsion to join her in Phoenix. Sue is reluctantly charmed by his persistence, but steadfast in her resolve to keep him at bay. Phoenixcenter_img Emmy and Golden Globe Nominee Julia Stiles will return to the stage in Scott Organ’s Phoenix. Directed by Jennifer DeLia and co-starring James Wirt, the off-Broadway production will begin performances at the Cherry Lane Theatre on July 28 and play a limited engagement through August 23. The one-act dark romantic comedy will officially open on August 7. A film adaptation of Pheonix, under the direction of Amy Redford is currently development. The design team for the stage show will be announced shortly. View Commentslast_img read more

first_imgOnly two playoff spots for 2020, one in the AFC and one in the NFC, were open for the taking when the NFL’s final week of the regular season arrived. They were snagged by the Titans and Eagles hours before the 49ers beat the Seahawks on “Sunday Night Football” in incredible fashion to clinch the NFC West and complete the NFL playoff bracket for 2020.The final playoff standings based on the Week 17 results also bring a surprising postseason matchup in the AFC. The Patriots were upset by the Dolphins to close the regular season, and that loss, coupled with the Chiefs’ win over the Chargers, dropped New England to the No. 3 seed, out of position for a first-round bye. Now the Patriots have to play on wild-card weekend, when they will host the Titans. The Saints had a chance to clinch the No. 1 seed and/or a first-round bye in the playoffs entering Week 17, but even though they took care of their business against the Panthers, wins by the 49ers and Packers prevented a New Orleans jump. Now the Vikings will have to play their wild-card game in the Superdome.4. Philadelphia Eagles vs. 5. Seattle SeahawksThis will be a matchup of two relentless teams led by MVP-caliber quarterbacks, a formula for a dandy of a wild-card game even though the Eagles limped into the playoffs with their Week 17 win over the Giants. For all the injuries Philadelphia has dealt with this season, its playoff visitor is short on personnel at key positions, too. (SN Illustration) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/d9/5/nfl-playoff-bracket-122919-ftr_18s8qw5w48zni1rvgnrljrc017.png?t=1427033207&w=500&quality=80 MORE NFL:Playoff picture analysis | 2020 NFL Draft orderSpeaking of teams entering the playoffs in an unfavorable position, because the Saints are stuck in the No. 3 seed despite their 13-3 record, the Vikings will have to play their wild-card game in New Orleans.Below is the full NFL playoff bracket for 2020, plus a quick overview of the wild-card matchups.NFL playoff bracket 2020 Who’s in the NFL playoffs 2020?Though the seeding in the NFC was not settled until the 49ers beat the Seahawks on Sunday night to close the regular season, the field of 12 playoff teams was determined earlier in Week 17 when the Eagles clinched the final playoff spot.With their win over the Texans in Week 17, the Titans earned the sixth and final playoff spot in the AFC over the Steelers and Raiders, both of whom lost to close the season.Below is the full NFL playoff field for 2020.AFC standingsSeedTeamRecord1.Baltimore Ravens14-22.Kansas City Chiefs12-43.New England Patriots12-44.Houston Texans10-65.Buffalo Bills10-66.Tennessee Titans9-7Eliminated: Steelers (8-8), Raiders (7-9), Colts (7-7); Jets (7-9); Broncos (7-9); Browns (6-10); Jaguars (6-10); Chargers (5-11); Dolphins (5-11); Bengals (2-14)NFC standingsSeedTeamRecord1.San Francisco 49ers13-32.Green Bay Packers13-33.New Orleans Saints13-34.Philadelphia Eagles9-75.Seattle Seahawks11-56.Minnesota Vikings10-6Eliminated: Rams (9-7); Cowboys (8-8); Bears (8-8); Buccaneers (7-9); Falcons (7-9); Cardinals (5-10-1); Panthers (5-11); Giants (4-12); Lions (3-12-1); Redskins (3-13)AFC playoff matchups1. Baltimore Ravens (first-round bye)2. Kansas City Chiefs (first-round bye)3. New England Patriots vs. 6. Tennessee TitansNew England’s loss to the Miami in Week 17, coupled with Kansas City’s win over the Los Angeles Chargers, denied the Patriots the comfort of a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs. They’ll play their wild-card game at home against the Titans, who sneaked into the playoffs with their Week 17 win over the Texans.4. Houston Texans vs. 5. Buffalo BillsHouston became locked into this seed before it even took the field against Tennessee in Week 17, and Buffalo has been locked into the No. 5 spot since Week 16. This should be a closely contested wild-card game in Houston, with Deshaun Watson facing the Bills’ stingy defense.NFC playoff matchups1. San Francisco 49ers (first-round bye)2. Green Bay Packers (first-round bye)3. New Orleans Saints vs. 6. Minnesota Vikingslast_img read more