Denise gets a 9-1-1 call from a kid who says he’s in a car and his mom needs help. The boy says his name is Taylor, but the phone disconnects before Denise can get any other information. Denise tells her supervisor about it, but he dismisses it as a prank. Any experienced dispatcher, especially a supervisor, should be concerned about a call like that. Regardless of whether or not he took it seriously, they have no location for the read boy and no answer on call back. The boy finally calls 9-1-1 again and tells them that he’s in a field, which doesn’t help much.
Portsmouth: Jim Scott will share stories from his book, More Than a Speed Bump: Life Before and After Gynaecological medical negligence claims Manchester, 7 p.m., RiverRun Bookstore, 142 Fleet Street, Portsmouth, 603-431-2100.
3] It has been estimated that around 70% of the species in the oceans are over fished. This has led to an increasing number of fish farms. Norway has over 800 of them but they are all over the world. However, there are issues. Crowded, and in some areas, unsanitary conditions are causes of numerous parasites and viruses. Administrators use pesticides and antibiotics to fight these problems but the fish absorb them and pass them on to us. Plus, because there is no natural food chain, many of these species have little omega 3 content in them.
Motocross and off-road helmet has clearly elongated chin and visor portions, a chin bar, and partially open face to give the rider extra protection while wearing goggles and to allow the unhindered flow of air during the physical exertion of this type of riding. The visor is to allow the rider to dip his head and provide further protection from flying debris during off road riding. It will also keep the sun out of the eyes of the rider during jumps.
Join “awesome” rock band Boomer’s Brew for an evening of great music in a great atmosphere. Admission is $5 per person. Check out the Blue Parrot’s web page below for more.
Cognitive dysfunction stepped in and took over my life yet again. It’s like an unwelcome guest that shows up without warning, takes over your home and life, creates havoc and refuses to leave until it’s ready. I know my life is not my own until my functioning returns to an acceptable level, and that the ride ahead is going to be a bumpy one.
So, obviously I’m slower than everybody else. I don’t exactly fit into your typical office or work setting because of my brain injury; although, I do look like your average Joe on the street.
Enjoy a new twist on an old classic with this all-new take on the famous “Rapunzel.” Admission to the show is $15. Show times are 11 a.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. Sunday. See the theater’s website below for tickets.