Zane Smith is ready to race the Talladega trucks

ZANE SMITH #38 Love’s Travel/Peak Ford F-150 stop – How are you looking forward to this weekend with a bit of uncertainty about the weather? “I kind of approach it just like any weekend race to say the least. I don’t know. I was honestly really happy with our truck, for the most part, at … Read more

Photo gallery of the week in pictures for September 19-25, 2022.

Virtual Reality has nothing on the reality of the Photo Gallery of the Week in Pictures from September 19-25, 2022. Elmhurst resident David Gerfen uses a 3D virtual reality device for stroke rehabilitation at Northwestern Medicine Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital in Wheaton. Paul Valade | Staff photographer Gina Shilts, of Bennett Academy, hits during the East … Read more

Saturday Miami Dolphins Mailbag: The Bills Game, The Little Dilemma, Trading Teddy, and more

Part 2 of the SI Fan Nation All Dolphins Pre-Bills Mailbag: from FinsUpMass (@paulbdotcom); I think Miami can win. But I’m worried about Von Miller. Are our backs able to block – we’ll need them to hold him accountable for the stunts? Hey Paul, that’s a good question because we haven’t seen them have to … Read more

South Boston Speedway reveals 2023 season schedule; Other special events will be announced at a later time

South Boston Speedway has revealed its 2023 season schedule of NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series events, a list of 12 event dates for the four regular NASCAR racing divisions and including three special events. Chase Brushers, general manager of South Boston Speedway, said additional special events and promotions will be announced after details are … Read more

Why Americans shouldn’t panic as the Fed raises interest rates: Finance experts

Americans should stay calm, boost their personal savings and sharply monitor their long-term fiscal plan like the Federal Reserve raises interest ratespersonal finance experts told The Post. The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate by 0.75% on Wednesday for the third consecutive month. By raising interest rates, the Fed makes it more expensive to … Read more

How a suburban hospital uses virtual reality for stroke rehabilitation

David Gerfen slips on a headset and finds himself in a food truck, tasked with putting together a made-to-order cheese and tomato sandwich. When transferred to another virtual environment, Jervin has to use one hand to deflect a blue ball towards him like a throwing machine across a green field. Gervin, 80, is not an … Read more

Motor Racing Network and FloRacing to Broadcast ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway

Motor Racing Network (MRN) and FloRacing will broadcast tis the largest, richest, and most prestigious NASCAR late-car stock race in the United States, ValleyStar Credit Union 300 on Saturday 24 September. “As the best late-model car racers compete in the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway, the ultimate on-track experience will only be enhanced … Read more

Back from the brink: Eastern Kentucky coach Walt Wells dies; Miracle brought him back

No heartbeat. No oxygen. No pulse. Frankly, Walt Wells is no longer alive; He sprawled across the floor of his office on August 28, unconscious and his heart stopped working—first panic, then resolve upon the Moberly Building at Eastern Kentucky University. “They did cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and I had no pulse for a while on … Read more

Student uses poetry to overcome mental health disorder

Charlotte, North Carolina – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 Americans will experience Mental illness within a year. A University of North Carolina at Charlotte student shares his story as a testament: People can still thrive, even with a mental health condition. What you need to know A student … Read more