A search is over for an “at-risk” teenage girl who ran away after she returned home, the Lexington Police Department said Monday evening.
She was last seen Sunday at her Lexington home on Creek Side Lane at about 10 p.m. and police began searching for her Monday, the department said in a release. The 17-year-old was called a “runaway in crisis,” by Chief Terrence Green in the release.
Sgt. Cameron Mortenson told The State there is a mental-health issue, but did not provide more information why the teen was considered at risk.
Officers responded to her home Monday after it was discovered she had run away, according to the release.
Police said it was not known where she might have gone, or if she was alone or with others.
Information on why the teen ran away was not made available by police.
The teen does not have a history of
Over the course of six months, study participants will get monthly at-home kits for viral and antibody testing. They’ll also complete routine surveys and can seek additional testing if they develop symptoms, officials said.
Ongoing study results could reveal warning signs about how COVID-19 cases are changing in the Boston area. It will also help clinicians learn more about whether contracting the virus protects someone from future reinfection, according to the statement.
TestBoston will be led by Dr. Ann Woolley and Dr. Lisa Cosimi, infectious disease physicians at Brigham and Women’s, and Dr. Deborah Hung, a codirector of the Infectious Disease and Microbiome Program of the Broad Institute and an infectious disease and critical care physician at the Brigham.
“With ongoing limits on testing availability, we still face serious challenges to our understanding of how many people in Massachusetts have been infected and to our ability to detect new outbreaks,
Wells Fargo reports back on virtual investor meetings held with Home Depot (NYSE:HD) CFO Richard McPhail and other execs.
The firm says the talks reinforced its view that recent tailwinds appear sustainable, 1H margin headwinds can improve, and outsized share gains can continue via enhanced Pro offerings, category initiatives and expanding supply chain capabilities.
“With sustainability questions and tough FY21 compares entering the narrative, we continue to view the home improvement category among the highest quality in retail, and with HD shares – 10% off recent highs (-7% SPX), we see an attractive entry point. In our view, recent share gains can accelerate (vs. fragmented, underinvested competition), macro/housing remains robust (turnover, rates, etc.), and de-urbanization and wallet share shifts remain incremental.”
For investors, the math still works out for snapping up shares, per the WF analyst team.
“At 22x, we see an entry point. HD’s NTM P/E shed 2.5x turns
The V&A Waterfront has taken the next step in making the Western Cape’s first inclusive kitchen incubator a reality by calling for applications.
An ‘inclusive and innovative space’
The kitchen incubator is one part of Makers Landing, a purpose-driven space that will open at the V&A Waterfront later this year at the Cape Town Cruise terminal. The space will be built around a community with food as a passion point and cultural connector, where authentic South African food and its diversity is shared and celebrated
Along with the kitchen incubator programme, the space will also include a kitchen studio and event space, that showcases a makers’ space, market stalls and eateries, which will give valuable insight into end-to-end food production while providing a variety of delicious and authentically local meals and products.
The Makers Landing Food Lab incubation programme, in partnership with the National Treasury’s Jobs Fund, is
History Channel has announced that Home Improvement stars Tim Allen (Tim ‘the Tool Man’ Taylor) and Richard Karn (Al Borland) are set to reunite for a new show called Assembly Required.
The show “will spotlight the best and brightest builders from across the US, at their home workshops, as they compete to breathe new life into everyday household items in desperate need of fixing,” a press release said. “This new series will push each contestant to their limits while testing their ability and ingenuity to not only rebuild it but to build it better.”
Tim Allen added: “Let’s face it — we’re living in a throwaway society. We buy, break, replace … rinse and repeat. Whatever happened to repair and rebuild?
“There are some people who unfriend, unfollow and dispose of anything that offends, annoys or breaks – so I’ve created a show to remind people of the satisfaction