By Chandler Rome, Houston Chronicle Updated 5:53 pm CDT, Thursday, May 23, 2019 George Springer leads the American League with 17 home runs, 42 RBI and trails only Rangers slugger Joey Gallo for the OPS lead. George Springer leads the American League with 17 home runs, 42 RBI and trails only Rangers slugger Joey Gallo for the OPS lead. Photo: Steve Gonzales/Staff Photographer Photo: Steve Gonzales/Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 37 Caption Close Image 1 of 37 George Springer leads the American League with 17 home runs, 42 RBI and trails only Rangers slugger Joey Gallo for the OPS lead. George Springer leads the American League with 17 home runs, 42 RBI and trails only Rangers slugger Joey Gallo for the OPS lead. Photo: … [Read more...] about George Springer’s return to Astros’ lineup may be imminent
Currently a Lincoln car dealership, the future Witt Mission Valley mixed-use development north of Interstate 8 at 588 Camino Del Rio North looks to build on the success of a neighbor property with a large portion of its 277 residential units comprised of studio and one-bedroom rentals.Thursday, San Diego’s Planning Commission approved the 5.13-acre project submitted by Houston-based Dinerstein Companies, which is leasing the Witt Lincoln dealership land from the Townsend family. Four of the five commissioners present voted in favor of the apartment project, which also incorporates ground-floor retail and office space. The dissenting commissioner, Vicki Granowitz, voted against the Witt Mission Valley because the mostly residential project does not include housing reserved for low-income renters.With the vote, Dinerstein expects to break ground on the mid-rise project early next year. The firm is working with TCA Architects and is targeting an early 2022 opening, said Josh … [Read more...] about More high-end apartments coming to Mission Valley
Opinion PUBLISHED: 16:37 23 May 2019 | UPDATED: 16:37 23 May 2019 Lynne Mortimer Sainsburys on Upper Brook Street in Ipswich. Picture: Su Anderson Archant The supermarket giant Sainsbury's started with one store in London's Drury Lane in 1869. And now as it celebrates its 150th birthday, we look back at its presence in Ipswich. Stop me if you've heard this before (no, too late) but when I was a small girl, living over Chantry, in Ipswich, my nana would take me shopping in town and we would go to Sainsbury's.Westgate Street and Tavern StreetWhat I didn't realise, as a tot, was that there were two branches of J Sainsbury, one in Westgate Street which later, I think, became Mac Fisheries, and one in Tavern Street, which would later be Nationwide Building Society. But I thought there was only one and because one of them had a booth at the end and one didn't, I presumed that the store was magic - sometimes the booth would be there, sometimes it … [Read more...] about What are your memories of Sainsbury’s in Ipswich?
PUBLISHED: 13:34 23 May 2019 | UPDATED: 13:48 23 May 2019 Taz Ali Norwich police found cannabis plants in the Mile Cross area. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary Norfolk Constabulary A cannabis farm has been discovered by police in Norwich. You may also want to watch: A warrant was executed by Norwich North police in the Mile Cross area on Wednesday where officers discovered a cannabis cultivation. Norwich police posted a picture on their Twitter account which shows dozens of cannabis plants placed beneath lighting equipment. … [Read more...] about Dozens of cannabis plants found in Norwich
By Kevin Duffy | [email protected] | Boston HeraldPUBLISHED: May 23, 2019 at 6:17 pm | UPDATED: May 23, 2019 at 6:20 pm FOXBORO — The Patriots’ third practice of the spring began with a throwback scene, as three defenders with Pro Bowl credentials trotted onto the field together. Devin McCourty, Dont’a Hightower and Jamie Collins were ready to get back to work. Much has changed since the stunning trade that sent Collins to Cleveland in late October 2016. The Patriots, incredibly, have been to three Super Bowls. Hightower and McCourty are two rings richer. The defense is coming off one of the most dominant performances in Super Bowl history, largely fueled by Hightower’s wire-to-wire destruction of the Rams offensive line. Collins, meanwhile, played two-plus years for the Browns, and then spent two-plus months lingering in free agency. Even Collins admitted he was at first surprised to hear from the Patriots. But, as he’d repeat throughout his … [Read more...] about Jamie Collins ready for next chapter with Patriots