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Cincinnati, Oh. — Cincinnati-based Kroger is rolling out a brand new service for wine lovers. Company officials say they are teaming up with a company called DRINKS to offer wine delivery.Currently, the service is limited and does not include the tri-state.There is more information online here.
NEW YORK: Tiger Woods will not compete next week when the PGA Tour swings back into action after a three-month COVID-19 hiatus as he was not listed in the field released on Friday for the event in Fort Worth, Texas.Woods’ lone Colonial appearance was in 1997 but there was a sense he would return this year given the long layoff since the PGA Tour shut down in mid-March due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. The 44-year-old Masters champion last competed on the PGA Tour in mid-February when he laboured through a final-round 77 at the Genesis Invitational where he finished last among players who made the cut. Agencies Also Watch: Six Students from Nalbari are Class X Toppers