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More than four years after Laura Levis collapsed outside the locked door of a hospital emergency room and later died, a new law in her name aims to prevent another such tragedy.
Massachusetts House and Senate lawmakers enacted the law in the final hours of their formal session last week, and Governor Charlie Baker plans to sign it Friday.
The measure known as “Laura’s Law” requires the state Department of Public Health to set standards for access to hospital emergency rooms, including appropriate lighting and signage to direct people to the ER, and security and monitoring of all ER entrances.
The new regulations will take effect up to one year after the end of the state’s coronavirus emergency.
“I am proud to sign Laura’s Law and celebrate her memory in a meaningful way,” the governor said in a statement to the Globe.
Baker and state lawmakers credited Levis’s husband, Peter DeMarco, for honoring his wife’s legacy by advocating for changes that will help other people suffering health emergencies.
DeMarco detailed Levis’s life, and the many health care and emergency system failures that led to her death…
Penn State players returned home for winter break following the conclusion of a challenging 2020 college football season that kept them away from friends and family due to COVID-related protocols. In the weeks since a 56-21 victory over Illinois there have been remarkable roster changes, but those who remain Nittany Lions are well underway with offseason work that should benefit PSU next fall.
Count quarterback Will Levis among those focused on fine-tuning their skills. Back home in New England, the Connecticut native shared a social media video of him working through a series of passing drills, applying a simple caption — "crafting" — as his personal commentary.
Those highlights, which you can view below, showcase the impressive arm strength that Levis has displayed since his days as a rising prospect at Xavier (Middletown, Conn.) High School. While it's obvious he is not dealing with defenders or live-action situations in this setting, that velocity is an obvious standout trait as he slices the air with dart after dart.
A member of the 2018 Penn State recruiting class, Levis retains redshirt sophomore status in 2021 due to an NCAA eligibility pause. The 21-year-old carries three more…
BY MARTIN WALSH
FOLLOWING on from the recent reflection on how the West Cork Rally came to Clonakilty, we look at aspects of the inaugural event in 1977 that attracted 80 entries, had 68 starters and 28 finishers.
From a West Cork aspect, there were just three local drivers involved. Drimoleague native Frank O’Mahony in a 1340cc Mini Cooper ‘S’ and co-driven by Bryan Curtin was seeded at No. 21. Rosscarbery’s John Levis, who sadly passed away recently, campaigned a Vauxhall Magnum while the late Clonakilty driver Paddy Joe Lowney drove a Triumph Stag on the 19-stage event.
Meanwhile, Innishannon’s Sam Hawkins (Ford Escort) and his brother-in-law Richard Rohu (Mini Cooper ‘S’) also competed, but it seems that the West Cork geographical border – that was often the subject of great debate down the years – had a cut-off point at Bandon. Hawkins, who was co-driven by his long-time friend Sean Hanley (Ford Escort), finished tenth overall.
The Levis family had a great association with motorsport, the West Cork Rally and the Munster Motor Cycle and Car Club (MMC & CC). John was pre-deceased by his sister, Carol, who was a very prominent member of the MMC & CC and…