Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 28-year-old Hampton Bays man has been indicted on charges of raping a 14-year-old girl last month.Luis Jocop Can pleaded not guilty at Suffolk County court to second-degree rape and endangering the welfare of a child.Southampton Town Police said U.S. Marshals helped investigators apprehend the suspect on Feb. 12. Court records indicate the incident occurred on Feb. 8.Judge Barbara Kahn set bail for Can at $50,000. He is due back in court March 20.Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents put a hold on Can due to his immigration status.
Federally insured, low-income-designated credit unions can request grants and loans from NCUA to assist members, businesses, and communities experiencing economic hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible credit unions may apply for the COVID-19 Emergency Response grants or loans now through May 22 using the NCUA’s CyberGrants portal.Loans have a maximum award of $250,000 and will mature in three years. There will be no interest rate applied to loans awarded under this initiative throughout the full term of the loan.All loans must be repaid to the NCUA regardless of how they are accounted for by the credit union. The entire principal is due at maturity. There is no penalty for principal prepayment. Principal prepayments may be made as often as monthly.Grants, with a maximum award of $10,000, will be awarded on a rolling basis throughout the open application period. Minority depository institutions and credit unions with less than $100 million in assets will receive priority. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The Cider Mill will be opening its doors on Aug. 1 with new saftey procedures. “This season we are going to be having contactless delivery and our mobile ordering system,” says Assistant Manager Alex Stenton. If a customer comes to The Cider Mill without a face mask, they will not be let into the building. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — The Cider Mill is preparing for a unusual season amid the coronavirus pandemic. “You’re able to go online to cidermillendicott.com and you’ll be able to purchase all of our normal products, and you can get it delivered to your car. So call the number or text the number when you get here and we’ll bring it out to you,” Stenton says. Customers will be spaced out to adhere to social-distancing guidelines and there will be hand sanitizer stations within the building. Customers will be required to wear a face mask. However there is another option. The Cider Mill is also partnering with BingBites this year to offer delivery services. That will take effect Aug. 10.
Bennacer never made a Premier League appearance for Arsenal (Picture: Getty Images)£4.2m sounds like a drop in the ocean in today’s transfer market, but with the Gunners only having around £45m at their disposal, it is a notable increase to the budget Unai Emery has to spend on players.AdvertisementAdvertisementAs Emery looks to significantly revamp his squad on a shoestring budget, every little helps.Arsenal have been linked with a wide range of players this summer, but realistically will not be able to sign more than two or three unless they can squeeze some more cash out of owner Stan Kroenke.Deals for the likes of Wilfried Zaha, William Saliba, Kieran Tierney and Nabil Fekir have all been touted, but certainly no more than two of those players could be signed unless others are moved on.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityEmery is being forced to get creative by submitting a bid to take Barcelona’s Malcom on loan while he is considering picking up Yacine Brahimi on a free transfer after his release from Porto.Arsenal’s only signing so far this window has been 18-year-old Brazilian forward Gabriel Martinelli from Ituano for around £6m.MORE: Barcelona set Samuel Umtiti asking price with Man Utd, Arsenal, PSG and Juventus interestedMORE: Tottenham set to beat Liverpool and Arsenal in race to sign Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid Metro Sport ReporterFriday 5 Jul 2019 1:54 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.4kShares Comment Advertisement Ismael Bennacer has been impressive for Empoli (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal are set for a small, but helpful, boost to their transfer budget thanks to the sell-on clause they agreed when Ismael Bennacer left the club in 2017.The Algeria international left Arsenal in 2017, signing for Empoli for around €1m (£900k) and has gone on to become a key part of the Italian side’s midfield, firstly in Serie B and since their promotion to Serie A in 2018.Such have been the performances of the 21-year-old that AC Milan have swooped for his services and are set to complete a £14m deal, according to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.This is great news for the Gunners as they reportedly inserted a 30% sell-on clause when they sold Bennacer, meaning they will be due around £4.2m out of the deal.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Arsenal set for extra transfer funds thanks to Ismael Bennacer’s sell-on clause
This renovated workers cottage at 18 Balmain Tce, Red Hill will go to auction on Saturday at 10am.ELEVEN years ago, Leighton Thomas and Anna Baranoff, were a young Ashgrove professional couple bidding against six other parties to buy a 108-year-old Red Hill renovator.THEN: This is what all the fuss was about, a great floorplan but lots of work. The good news for bidders at this Saturday’s auction is that Leighton Thomas and Anna Baranoff are architects and they’ve done all the work for you.Two children and a double renovation later, and the young architects are now ready to go back to auction, but this time as the sellers.MORE REAL ESTATE STORIESNOW: A picturesque entrance for a house that is being taken to market after a significant renovation.“This was our first real project together in a beautiful location,” Ms Baranoff said.“The views out the back are phenomenal and when we saw it before auction, I thought I’d really like to get that house.”Angela Mastrapostolos of Ray White Paddington will take 18 Balmain Tce to auction at 10am this Saturday.CHECK OUT THE SATURDAY AUCTION LIST FOR BRISBANE“We’ve had people come back to view the property two to three times,” Mr Thomas said.“We’d love to get to know them but we’re very emotionally attached to the house so we’ll leave that to Angela.”The property has had two renovations, with four months transforming the upstairs workers cottage and then six months creating a modern retreat downstairs with polished concrete floors.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoThe house is designed to let natural breezes in and the heat out.Incomplete house the hottest in AustraliaAustralia’s worst house for saleInternal living space has been doubled and rooms have been opened to create an adaptable inner city home.The renovated kitchen with open plan living leading to the back deck.“We wanted the cottage to be authentic in character, and it had a good floorplan, along with the views of Red Hill.“And we wanted to modernise downstairs with spa like luxury in the master bedroom and polished concrete.”A spa bath in the well-appointed master bedroom ensuite.The couple are proud of their contribution to the vibrant Red Hill community and believe their house would suit a variety of buyer groups.“You can see double income no kids, emerging families, it’s got a great large yard, and also there’s considerable interest from downsizers moving to Red Hill. And it would suit adult families with adult children, because of the separation.”>>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<<
Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonThe Best Cars Of All TimeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Here Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too Far Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has set his sights on winning next season’s Europa League if his side can qualify – even though he admits it is “not a competition I am in love with”. Spurs took a big step towards reaching the second-tier European competition with a 2-1 win against Arsenal on Sunday thanks to Toby Alderweireld’s late goal. Mourinho has already won the Europa League with Manchester United and with Porto – in its earlier guise as the UEFA Cup – and wants his side to allow him a crack at a third. “I would love to play Europa League,” said the Spurs boss, whose side are eighth in the Premier League table. “If you ask (six-time Formula One world champion) Lewis Hamilton if he wants to win Formula Two, I don’t think it will be a great deal for him, but it is a competition and I prefer to play Europa League than to not play.” While the victory helped Spurs’ European ambitions, it dealt a major blow to Arsenal’s. Boss Mikel Arteta has vowed to keep on fighting until all hope has gone. His side were in front through Alexandre Lacazette’s first-half screamer before a defensive howler allowed Son Heung-min to equalise, with Alderweireld then left unmarked at a late corner. Read Also: La Liga: Real Madrid on the verge of title with Granada win “Points-wise it is a massive blow because we know the results this weekend, but we will keep trying until we have no hope,” he said. “This is who we are. We are fighting in two different ways, one in the league and one in the FA Cup. Will we do our best and try and finish as strong as possible.” Seventh place could be enough to secure qualification, depending on results in the FA Cup. “It is not a competition I am in love with, it is not a competition that I like very, very much to play, but when you cannot play the Champions League, you play the Europa League,” added Mourinho. “In my career I have only played the Europa League twice and I have won it twice. It would not be bad to play a third time and win it a third time. We have to fight until the end to finish in a Europa League place. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
“IMCA has been instrumental in making our company grow to what it has become today,” Rosenow said. “We look forward to continuing our relationship for many years to come and thank all of our IMCA customers across the country for supporting us both.” SUAMICO, Wis. – Jerovetz Motorsports Shock Service has renewed its slate of special events awards for IMCA Modified and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod drivers Information about JMSS shocks, shock services and high performance products is available by calling 920 265-2068 or 920 615-2508, at the www.jmshocks.com website and on Facebook. Now in its sixth year as an IMCA sponsor, Jerovetz also carries complete lines of AFCO and QA1 products and is a Wehrs Machine and Racing Products dealer. JMSS is owned by long-time IMCA Modified driver Sean Jerovetz and managed by Ryan Rosenow, and specializes in rebuilding and custom revalving of AFCO, Bilstein, Fox, Penske and QA1 shocks. The Suamico, Wis., company will give gift certificates good for two free shock rebuilds to a top five finisher at 30 designated specials for the Modifieds and at 15 designated specials for the Northern SportMods. “The team at JMSS is involved with the top brands in IMCA racing and a great source for gaining quicker lap times, specifically if you are racing a Modified or a SportMod,” noted Kevin Yoder, director of marketing for IMCA. “Tapping into their wealth of knowledge is a great choice for our members.”
Brookville, IN—Dr. Darrell Brimhall, family practice physician at Mary Margaret Health, was recently appointed as the Franklin County Health Officer for four years. He replaces Dr. Michael Fain.
GREGORY DIXON/Herald PhotoWhen she first stepped onto the UW soccer fields in 2004, then-freshman Taylor Walsh didn’t know what to expect.She was coming to a team with outstanding forwards Marissa Brown, Kara Kabellis and Amy Vermeulen, and she didn’t know how she would fit into the scoring formula.Through her first three games of the 2004 season, however, it was Walsh who looked like the veteran, scoring three points. More importantly, Walsh and Vermeulen had developed a connection that could prove to be one that produced a plethora of goals for Wisconsin.However, Walsh’s good fortunes were about to take a turn for the worse.In her fourth game, Walsh sprained her ankle and was forced to leave the game. The next weekend, the trainers thought Walsh had developed mononucleosis and she had to sit for two games. When she was finally cleared to play in the seventh game of the year, Walsh tore the meniscus in her right knee and had to miss the remainder of the year. All in all, it wasn’t a good month for Walsh.”After I tore my meniscus, I was like, this is the worst season of my life,” Walsh said. “Looking back, it worked out because if I would have played that game, I wouldn’t have been able to take a red shirt. I couldn’t bear to stay home when they played, so I begged my dad to drive me to Illinois and Northwestern and my mom flew me to Ohio State. It was really difficult not being there.”Not only was the injury devastating for Walsh, but head coach Dean Duerst was equally disappointed to see Walsh’s fast start to the season ruined by an injury.”[As soon as she got here], Taylor clicked with Vermeulen,” Duerst said. “That’s why it was so exciting to see her start out so well and get on a roll, get confidence and score goals for us. [The injury] became a real challenge that you are now faced with the situation where you aren’t on the field. Adversity will challenge you in a certain way that you have to figure out what it is all about and learn from it.”When the women’s soccer team finished the season 16-6-1 in 2004 and lost to Notre Dame in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, it began one of the most important off-seasons for Walsh. Put through a rigorous training regimen in the off-season, Walsh got back on the field a year later with a fresh start and a stronger leg. The only problem was that Walsh’s mental edge was still on the mend. “I was over-thinking everything,” Walsh said. “I was thinking about what the coaches thought about me, what other players were thinking, how I was playing and every touch I made. My mind was racing all over the place and it was a bad situation. I played fine but I didn’t have a great season.”Walsh played in all 24 of the team’s games in 2005, starting 15, but never really could find the back of the net, scoring only three goals in her first year back. However, Walsh knew she still had the talent and the skills to play when she scored two goals against her in-state rival Wisconsin-Milwaukee. For Walsh, it was a nice welcome back gift.”It was one of the high points of my season,” Walsh said. “It was my welcome back party against a team that I really don’t like, because I know a lot of the girls on the team. I love them but it’s always a grudge match. It really helped my confidence.”Even though she struggled to regain her form, Walsh took refuge in having her two best friends playing soccer with her in Katy Meuer and Ann Eshun. These three were not only in the same recruiting class, but also went to three rival high schools in the Madison area (Meuer went to Madison Memorial, Eshun to Edgewood and Walsh to Madison East).It was at this level they developed a rapport with each other, although it wasn’t always friendly competition. “I met Taylor through (the Olympic Development Program) and all three of us played on the same club team,” Meuer said. “We always competed in practice and our club team was very competitive. I remember Taylor and Ann going against each other one-on-one all day on the field, and I think it helped all of our individual skills become better.””We had one of the best experiences playing club [soccer],” Walsh added. “Katy’s high school was a big rival of everyone in the Madison area and no one never really liked them. Katy is a feisty player in general who pushes you around a lot. That’s Katy though. Ann and I played against each other once, but it was fun since we won that game. … It wasn’t necessary friendly competition, but healthy since we needed to compete to get better.”Their friendship continued to develop when all three decided to attend UW and play soccer on the same team. “I was very excited. I thought it was really cool that we kind of knew each other already and now, I didn’t have to come in as this lone freshman not knowing anybody,” Meuer said. “Going to college together has made us a lot closer. We got to practice everyday together, travel together, see each other 24-7, going to library and movies together. We are really close with each other.””I love it [and] I think it’s exciting that you get to see your best friends everyday,” Walsh said.Through the first 11 games of this season, it seems like Walsh is back to her old self. She has tied her career high with three goals and has dished out three assists as Wisconsin boasts a 5-4-2 record overall. The key to Walsh’s early success this season could be in what she does before the game.”Taylor has a lot of crazy superstitions,” said junior goalie and former roommate Lynn Murray. “[She has to] straighten her hair before every game. She had a salad before the first three games this year and scored in all three. So now she has a salad before every game. Just crazy little things that just make her the player she is.”Putting her pre-game meals aside, what has made Walsh a complete player is that she has matured in all facets of her game, learning the skill and characteristics that go into playing the forward position. Plus, she has regained her mental edge, which she was sorely looking for after her injury.”Mentally, I am more focused and mature in my game this year than last year,” Walsh said. “Last year I was testing the waters to come back. This year, I am seeing things more, understanding my position, what the coaches and my teammates are looking for me to do. I am actually happy with [how I am playing] for once, which is saying a lot since I am so hard on myself.”
Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments By Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Kodak Chevrolet Lumina, driven by Ernie Irvan, that made him the 1991 Dayton 500 winner is being featured at Countryside Motors in Wellington.The Lumina, which came to Wellington on June 19, will be on hand for viewing in the showroom for the next couple of weeks.Believe it or not it has been 24 years since Irvan finished his 200 laps in first place winning $233,000 prize money. He finished the race at 3:22.30, besting second place finisher Sterling Marlin. The average speed for the car during the race was 148.148 mph in front of 145,000 fans.Today, the Lumina is for show and one Sumner County NASCAR enthusiasts can see firsthand for the rest of the month.â€œCome see a racing legend in our main showroom,â€ said Jeff Jesina of Countryside Motors. â€œYou can take pictures and get up close with the actual Chevy NASCAR winner.â€Ernie IrvanIn 1991, Irvan coasted to the checkers to become the first Californian since Marvin Panch in 1961 to win the Daytona 500.The 1991 Daytona was a dramatic one with newly pit rules implemented at the time and late race drama.First of all, the race began a series of changes to pit road procedure after the death of a Melling Racing rear tire changer in a pit road accident at Atlanta the previous November. There was a series of new pit procedures that changed the complexity of the race. But the rules were so restrictive that they were eventually alleviated by the next April.At the time in the Daytona 500, teams considered it too time consuming to change four tires since it had to be done under the green flag.It would adversely affect the race, as Kyle Petty ran the entire 500 miles on the same left side tires.The race also had plenty of late race drama.With 16 laps to go, Richard Petty and off-road racer Robby Gordon tangled on the backstretch. Polesitter and leader Davey Allison pitted with the leaders, allowing Rusty Wallace to take the lead. He was quickly shuffled off the lead on the restart and was touched by Kyle Petty in Turn 4. Four other racers were also caught up in the mayhem.Leader Dale Earnhart was passed by Irvan when the green flag returned, after which he spent several laps battling Allison for second.Irvin retired from American stock car racing in 1999. He was named one of NASCARâ€™S 50 greatest drivers in 1998.Follow us on Twitter.