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  • 3 Armed Mastic Home Invasion Suspects Nabbed

    first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police have arrested three men for allegedly committing a home invasion in Mastic during which authorities said the trio threatened to cut a victim with a knife last month.Dashaun Kearney, 18, Matthew Avara and Joshua Massaro, both 20, pleaded not guilty at Suffolk County court to charges of burglary and criminal mischief.Police said the three Mastic Beach men broke the front window of the victim’s Wavecrest Drive home, kicked in the front and side door and broke down the victim’s bedroom door at 12:47 a.m. on Sunday, July 12.The suspects then threatened to cut the victim with a knife and displayed what appeared to be a handgun, police said. The victim was treated for a laceration at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. The suspects didn’t steal anything, police added.Judge Fernando Comacho set bail for Massaro at $40,000 cash or $20,000 bond. Bail for Rivera was set at $30,000 cash or $15,000 bond. And bail for Kearney was set at $10,000 cash or $5,000 bond.Rivera is due back in court Monday, Massaro is due back Sept. 9 and Kearney is due back Sept. 14.last_img read more

  • City convincing in VAR-packed rout of West Ham

    first_img… Raheem Sterling scores hat-trick(REUTERS) – Raheem Sterling scored a hat-trick as champions Manchester City made a hugely convincing start to their title defence with a 5-0 win at West Ham United yesterrday, in a game which saw heavy use of video review.Brazilian Gabriel Jesus, preferred by Pep Guardiola to Sergio Aguero in attack, opened the scoring in the 25th minute with a deft close-range finish after a scorching burst and low cross from Kyle Walker.Sterling made it 2-0, six minutes after the interval, with a cool finish after Kevin De Bruyne had burst from midfield and fed the England forward.Jesus then became the first player to have a goal disallowed by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) in the Premier League when, in the 53rd minute, he finished off Sterling’s pass following a fine move. However, the VAR adjudged that Sterling was marginally offside as he ran into the box.VAR, making its debut this season, was used again to review and eventually validate Sterling’s second, when he collected a lofted ball into the box and lobbed West Ham keeper Lukasz Fabianski.The video staff were busy again in the 84th minute when City were awarded a penalty for Issa Diop’s foul on Riyad Mahrez. Substitute Aguero’s penalty soft penalty was saved but VAR ruled that Declan Rice was encroaching into the box and referee Mike Dean ordered a re-take – which the Argentine scored before Sterling completed his hat-trick in stoppage time.After last season’s runners-up Liverpool began their campaign with a 4-1 win over Norwich City at Anfield on Friday, City’s emphatic victory was another sign that there could be a repeat neck-and-neck battle between the leading pair.The result was City’s eighth successive win in competitive matches against West Ham, in which time they have scored 28 goals and conceded four.Guardiola was pleased with his team’s second half display but had some critical words for their performance in the opening 45 minutes.“The rhythm was not there but that’s normal for the first game. In the second half we were better, we were calmer, we played extra passes. After we went 3-0 up the game was over,” said the Spaniard.“But I cannot deny it, I’m delighted to win 5-0 away from home in the first game. We finished last season by winning 14 games in a row. It’s 15 now unbeaten so it’s good.”Guardiola said the VAR decisions were a reminder of the need for a team to keep their cool in what are still unusual situations.“You have to be mentally strong when VAR is not on your side. You think at 0-3 the game is almost over but at 0-2, the game is completely different. You have to be calm and be strong, it is going to change the dynamic not just for the team but for the spectators,” he said.last_img read more

  • BUNDORAN CELEBRATES WATER WONDERFUL WORLD

    first_imgWATER wonderful world.Bundoran’s best kept secret is a secret no longer as the town’s Waterworld centre was given the seal of approval by junior tourism Minister Michael Ring last night.The Minister was in the county’s capital of fun to re-open the multi-million euro makeover of the complex. And he declared: “This is an all-year-round facility for locals and tourists alike. And it’s great to be in Donegal on a sunny day to announce it.”Chairman of Bundoran Waterworld Cllr Michael McMahon paid tribute to the contractors, architects and staff who had worked tirelessly across the winter months to ensure that the complex was ready for the 2013 season.“An enormous amount of work has gone into this project – one of the only construction projects to be undertaken in the area in the past 6 months. We now have one of the top indoor water parks on the island with top class facilities to suit all ages from toddlers to adults – this includes 5 new family fun features,” he said.Minister Ring, accompanied by the chairman of Bundoran Waterworld Cllr Michael McMahon and the chairman of Bundoran Town Council Philip McGlynn, cut the ribbon on the Galleon Ship, one of the five new features that the complex boasts now that renovations have been completed. It joins the gravity speed slide, 3 lane multi slide, aqua children’s slide and toddler pool, which in turn complement the existing wave pool, twister, tornado flume slide, speed rapids and more! Michael RingGeneral Manager of Waterworld Bundoran Anderson Keys was keen to point out other improvements made to the facility including a brand new building management system, a biomass boiler, disability access system, emergency lighting, fire alarm and energy efficient fabrication on the entire shell of the building.He said: “We hope these improvements add to everyone’s enjoyment of Waterworld. The new features widen the age range of guest that we can cater for so we look forward to a busy 2013 season’. He added ‘our annual charity day happens this Saturday 1st June where we donate a percentage of each entrance fee to charity. We’ve raised thousands of euro in the past for various charities and we hope that visitors to Waterworld will continue to support our efforts to give back’.Head of Operations, North West, Martina Kerr Bromley, said “Failte Ireland were delighted to support the tourism development of Waterworld to the value of €236,000.“Waterworld is a hugely important tourism business for Bundoran and the county and it offers a value, quality, excellent family activity. Tourism is a key industry in Bundoran and the town continues to welcome thousands of visitors each year – continued investment in tourism product is essential to attract visitors and drive economic benefit.“We are delighted to have given this investment to Waterworld and that the project has come to fruition and we congratulate Anderson Keys and his team for all their hard work in having the improvements ready and open for 2013 season.” BUNDORAN CELEBRATES WATER WONDERFUL WORLD was last modified: May 29th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Bulega names 35 to start preps for CECAFA Women’s Championships

    first_img Tags: CECAFA Women’s Championships 2019crested cranesfaridah bulegaShe Corporates The Crested Cranes will start preparations on Thursday, October 31st. (PHOTO/File)CECAFA Women’s Championships 2019Dar es Salaam, Tanzania14th-24th NovemberThe Uganda Crested Cranes head coach Faridha Bulega has named a squad of 35 players to start preparations for the 2019 CECAFA Women Challenge Cup.The tournament which will be played in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania is expected to start on the 14th and end on the 24th of November.The 35 players will start non-residential training on Thursday, 31st November 2019 at Luzira for five days before the team enters a residential setting at FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru.By 11th or 12th November 2019, the final team will be named that will travel to Dar es Salaam.It has also been confirmed that Ruth Aturo will be the captain of the side.Uganda is in Group B alongside Kenya, Ethiopia, and Djibouti.It is viewed as the group of death as Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia are powerhouses in women football in the region.Uganda will have to be at their best so as to progress as their latest meetings with both Kenya and Ethiopia have not ended well.Group A will see hosts Tanzania tussle it out with Zanzibar, Burundi and South Sudan for a place in the last four.Hosts Tanzania are the defending champions and have won the regional tournament for the last two editions.Crested Cranes SquadGoalkeepersDaisy Nakaziro (Lady Doves), Ruth Aturo (UCU Lady Cardinals), Irene Atumango (Lady Doves), Vannesa Karungi (She Corporate)DefendersViola Namuddu (Makerere University), Shadia Nankya (UCU Lady Cardinals), Bridget Nabisaalu (She Corporate), Mercy Nabulobi (UCU Lady Cardinals), Margret Birabirwa (Muteesa 1 Royal), Marion Amangat (Olila High School), Brendah Nandagire (Uganda Martyrs),  Stella Musibika (Kawempe Muslim), Eunice Ariokot (Olila High School), Grace Aluka (Maroons Women Football Club), Aisha Namukisa (Kawempe Queens)MidfieldersAsia Nakibuka (Kawempe Muslim), Sarah Nakuya (Nkumba University), Norah Alupo (Saviors), Zaina Nandede (She Kataka), Riticia Nabbosa (Lady Doves), Esther Beatrice Adokole (She Kataka), Teddy Najjuma (UCU Lady Cardinals), Harriet Nakuba (Kampala Queens), Phiona Nabumba (She Corporate), Amina Nababi (Makerere University), Fauzia Najjemba (Kampala Queens)ForwardsHasifa Nassuna (UCU Lady Cardinals), Juliet Nalukenge (Kawempe Muslim), Margret Kunihira (Kawempe Muslim), Rashidah Nankya (Uganda Martyrs), Resty Nanziri (Kampala Queens), Zainah Nanziri (Kampala Queens), Fazila Ikwaput (Lady Doves), Shamirah Nalugya (Kawempe Muslim), Mable Kusasira (Kampala Queens)2019 CECAFA Women’s Championship GroupsGroup ATanzania, Zanzibar, Burundi South SudanGroup BUganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, DjiboutiCrested Cranes fixtures-15th November 2019 – Uganda vs Djibouti-17th November 2019 – Ethiopia vs Uganda-19th November 2019 – Uganda vs KenyaComments last_img read more

  • Oven, fridge and 30 rubbish bags cleared from scenic beach

    first_imgA team of over 50 volunteers and council staff have spruced up Rossnowlagh beach after a recent beach clean-up.Participants from the Rossnowlagh Ramblers, the Ballyshannon Regeneration Group, Irish Water staff and the Clean Coast team got together last Tuesday to tidy their local beach.A large amount of rubbish had been dumped on the scenic beach the previous day. This included an oven, a fridge and other electrical equipment as well as general household waste. The large electrical items were removed by Donegal County Council. More than 30 bags of rubbish were also collected on the day. The litter included rope, fishing nets, plastic bottles, cigarette butts, coffee cup lids, towels, cardboard and timber.Siobhan Sheil, Irish Water was delighted with the turnout at the clean-up: “Clean Coasts gave a very informative presentation about the types of seaweed present on the beach and the types of litter commonly found on beaches to the group. It was a great opportunity for everyone to talk about their local environment and witness first-hand how passionate the local community is about protecting their beaches.“This is just one of a number of beach cleans being organised by Irish Water across the country, with the next one organised for Strandhill Beach in Co Sligo on October 15.”Following the beach clean, Clean Coasts also talked about what not to flush down the toilet as part of their Think Before You Flush campaign which is supported by Irish Water. Laura Robinson, a member of the Rossnowlagh Ramblers explained that the group regularly carry out litter picks on the beach outlining what items they find and how they reuse and recycle what they can. For example, they regularly pick up towels that have been left behind which they wash and donate to charity if they are fit for use or else donate to animal sanctuaries.Oven, fridge and 30 rubbish bags cleared from scenic beach was last modified: October 11th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Brilliant Farah storms to Olympic gold

    first_imgTwickenham’s Mo Farah stormed to a stunning victory to become the first Briton to win Olympic 10,000m gold.The home favourite triumphed in a time of 27 minutes, 30.42 seconds – four years after failing to qualify for the 5,000m final in Beijing.Farah, 29, was roared home by an ecstatic 80,000 crowd at the Olympic Stadium as he kicked past Ethiopian world record holder Kenenisa Bekele in a sprint finish.“It’s the best moment of my life,” he declared after being greeted on the track by his wife and children.“I have had great support from the crowd. They got so behind me. My legs were getting tired and I could see the crowd and it gave me that boost.“The crowd was getting louder and louder. I have never experienced anything like it. I just want to thank everyone who has supported me.”See also: Legend Cram backs Farah to shine (11 May)Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

  • Forage news, frostbite, and fescue foot

    first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend the American Forage and Grassland Council Annual Conference with some of our other Ohio Extension Educators. It was a wonderful experience to learn from others and share what we have learned with forage producers and professionals across the country.Two sessions that I sat in on for the benefit of my local producers were “Managing Clovers in the 21stCentury” and “Understanding and Mitigating Fescue Toxicosis.”The clover session included a presentation by Dow Agrosciences about treating broadleaf weeds in clover stands and progress they have made toward an herbicide that works as well as their leading pasture herbicide, without killing white clover. It will still be a couple years before the product is released for use, but it is coming.In the fescue toxicosis session, we were reminded to watch for fescue foot in winter. The decreased circulation that results from the constricted blood vessels in the animal makes them increasingly susceptible to frostbite. Frostbite can easily go unnoticed in snowy and cold situations and could even lead to gangrene. If this occurs, the appendage (foot or tail) will be lost and the animal will need to be culled. This is usually a problem that starts in summer and carries into winter. In most cases, the concentration of the ergot alkaloids that cause these symptoms is low in dried mixed hay. Even so, this is a condition to watch for.The bitter cold we have experienced in combination with great volumes of snow increases the chances for animals to have frostbite damage. While things begin to thaw, be sure to check the feet and tails of your livestock for signs of frostbite and if you do see it, contact your vet ASAP. I hope that no one encounters a fescue foot turned frostbite injury. If you do, I would be interested in hearing about it. There are ways to mitigate the impacts of fescue endophyte in your herd or flock in all seasons.There is still a lot of winter left. I hope Mother Nature will be kind.last_img read more

  • WWE Hell In A Cell 2012 Results: Big Show wins world championship

    first_imgIn the WWE Title match Ryback vs reigning champion CM Punk, the Second City Saint prevailed by cheating the challenger out of a victory. The night also witnessed Big Show defeat Sheamus for the World Heavyweight Championship. According to the report on www.ibtimes.com, “Punk and Ryback had a long back and forth fight in the only match that took place within the Hell in a Cell cage this year. Things came to an abrupt halt when Ryback attempted to perform Shell Shocked for the win but was interrupted and low-blowed by the referee, who then gave Punk a fast count victory.””Punk screwed the big guy, but Ryback got his revenge when the Straight-Edge Superstar and corrupt referee couldnt unlock the cage door. They were trapped with a furious Ryback who assaulted them both, before leaving the cage and scaling to the top to finally perform Shell Shock on Punk,” the report added.The show reportedly ended with Ryback on top of gigantic Cell, standing over Punks incapacitated body. He and the crowd continued his signature “Feed Me More!” chant as the pay-per-view went off the air.The championship match was reportedly given more time than usual on Sunday night, and Champion Eve Torres came out on top of her opponents Layla and Kaitlyn. The triple-threat match was well conceived and had better crowd reaction than most Divas matches, the report added.last_img read more

  • 24 days agoKeane: Hard work watching this Man Utd team

    first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Keane: Hard work watching this Man Utd teamby Paul Vegas24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United legend Roy Keane is having a tough time watching his former side.The Red Devils were unable to maintain their one-goal lead over Arsenal on Monday night, eventually walking away with a point.And Keane says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team is lacking quality.”It’s hard work watching them, but I bet it’s hard work for the players too,” Keane told Sky Sports .”It’s just not happening, but you have to persevere, you have to stick at it, and hopefully things will change.”But they have to get a big result soon, just to give the players a bit of confidence.”He added: “We talk about winning games consistently, we talk about getting momentum into your team.”The effort was there, but there was a real lack of quality. United could have won it 2-0, 3-0, but Arsenal deserve a little bit of credit, they responded well at half time.”But belief, confidence, a combination of those things is needed.”United aren’t cutting teams open, they get the goal really from a counter attack, and that’s where the team are at the moment.” last_img read more

  • Saskatchewan man who attacked woman set her on fire not dangerous offender

    first_imgPRINCE ALBERT, Sask. – A homeless woman who was viciously beaten before being set on fire says she worries her attacker will hurt someone else after a judge ruled Wednesday Leslie Black won’t be designated a dangerous offender.Black pleaded guilty to attempted murder in the beating, burning and sexual assault of Marlene Bird in an alley in Prince Albert, Sask., in 2014. Her injuries were so serious both legs had to be amputated and she lost much of her eyesight.“He’ll do that to somebody else,” said Bird, who is 50, outside court Wednesday. “He’s got to learn not to treat women like that.”She said it was painful to see her attacker but she felt it was important for Black to see her.“He just looked at me and looked down,” Bird said. “Didn’t say sorry.”Judge Stanley Loewen said in his ruling that after the 2014 attack, Black walked to a nearby 7-Eleven and bought candy. Black then walked past Bird, who was still on fire, and ignored her.It was several hours before Bird was discovered and was barely clinging to life with burns so severe they exposed her facial bones.“Her right foot was attached only by a piece of skin,” Loewen said, noting the photos of her wounds were “quite disturbing.”Loewen ruled while Black’s brutal crime warrants a lengthy jail sentence and a long-term supervision order, he felt his risk to reoffend could be managed in the community.The judge will sentence Black on Sept. 22.Bird told court in June she can’t do anything on her own now, including simple things such as picking a blueberry or going to the bathroom.In handwritten letters filed with the court, Bird said she has to wear adult diapers, can’t control her bowels and feels disgusted with herself when she can’t make it to the bathroom in time. Bird said she also fears entering the city because of the attack.At a March court hearing, Black said if he could go back to the night he attacked Bird, he would have taken his father’s advice and stayed home.In a brief statement, which Black read despite a stutter he has had since witnessing his mother’s murder when he was nine years old, Black said he understands that Bird and her family have not forgiven him.“I apologize for what I did,” he said at the time. “I still can’t forgive myself.”Black said he is not a violent person and wants to get the help he needs to succeed in life.“I’m usually a happy-go-lucky guy.”A pyschiatrist told the dangerous offender hearing that Black has at least eight separate conditions, including antisocial personality disorder, childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and suspected fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.Black’s defence lawyer argued his client’s actions were brutal, but said that does not mean Black will violently offend again.One psychologist testified Black is not necessarily at a high risk to reoffend if he gets intensive, long-term therapy. But another psychiatrist testified that officials can’t presume to understand Black and what he’s capable of given what he did to Bird even though he had no history of violence.— With files from CJME, CKBIlast_img read more