Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now Image.KENNEDY – A City of Jamestown resident is facing charges after police say busted them with an alleged stolen vehicle over the weekend.New York State Police say Shannon DeJesus, 34, was pulled over for an alleged traffic violation in Kennedy on Saturday.Police say the license plate on the vehicle DeJesus was driving came back to a different vehicle stolen out of Florida, which was subsequently located at DeJesus’ residence.Furthermore, Troopers say DeJesus’ license was previously suspended nine times. DeJesus is charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.The suspect was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in the Town of Poland Court on a later date.
Related Shows Bullets Over Broadway View Comments Star Files Jessica Alba became an honorary gangster on June 11, when she caught a performance of the toe-tapping ‘20s extravaganza Bullets Over Broadway. After the show, the Sin City and The Spoils of Babalon star stopped backstage to give headliner Zach Braff and the glamorous Atta Girls her regards. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, the stage adaptation of Woody Allen’s film tells the story of an aspiring playwright (Braff) who is forced to cast a mobster’s talentless girlfriend in his new play in order to get it produced. Check out these Hot Shots of Alba hanging out with the cast, then see Bullets Over Broadway at the St. James Theatre! Zach Braff Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 24, 2014 read more
By Dialogo December 16, 2010 I have found knowing about the bills quite useful since I’m traveling to Brazil.- Brazil’s central bank on 13 December issued millions of new large-denomination banknotes fitted with holograms and other security enhancements designed to make counterfeiting more difficult. The introduction of the new 50- and 100-real notes is the first change to Brazil’s paper currency since the present money was launched in 1994 as part of a successful plan to beat back hyperinflation. A central bank spokesman, Joao Sidney de Figueiredo, said the hologram, different watermarks and the choice of Brazilian animals depicted on them all would make it harder for criminals to make copies. New 10- and 20-real banknotes are to be introduced next year, and the smallest two- and five-real notes in 2012, he said. read more
After many years of helping facilitate bank and credit union strategic planning sessions, I can safely say one thing: people love adding to their “to do” list.For the most part, this is a good thing. After all, that’s what strategic planning sessions are all about – making the tough calls about the right direction to take your bank or credit union for the next few years. However, it’s all too easy for well-meaning strategic team leaders to add way too much to their “to do” list, often at the expense of a realistic strategic plan.That’s where the power of no comes into play. It’s human nature to want to add to your “to do” list. After all, the more responsibility you have the more job security you feel. But doing a good job is not tied merely to having an endless list of tasks to check. Saying “no” to things during strategic planning sessions is often in the best interest of your bank or credit union. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr read more
It finally happened. We got the call that all parents dread. ”Mr. Henry, your son has been in an accident”. A heart stopping moment passed before the man on the phone said “he’s not hurt, just a few scrapes”. My wife and I rushed to scene to discover the intersection filled with firetrucks, an ambulance, police cars and my son’s 2010 Ford Escape upside down in the intersection. My wife and I ran across the street to find our son seated on the ground surrounded by kind strangers eager to help. After my wife accompanied my son to the hospital, I was left to sift through the details left in the aftermath of the wreck. The first think I did was call my Nationwide Insurance agent Michael Glick. I told him what happened and he began to tell me what I should do. Michael stopped mid-sentence and said “give me ten minutes, I’ll be right there”. Michael arrived at the scene of the accident and began to walk me through unfamiliar territory. He took pictures, spoke to the police officers, and took notes in order to file the claim. Michael was not there to sell insurance, or promote his company brand. He was simply helping a friend in need who happened to be a customer.What are you doing for your members to show them how much you care about their pains, concerns, problems, or fears? Do you know what those pains are? What is second nature for your employees may be a source of fear and concern for your members so it’s important for your employees to adopt the “Lead The Way Mentality” and understand the old saying “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much your care”…and don’t buy insurance from a lizard. 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Patrick Henry Patrick Henry is an author and speaker from North Carolina. As a former Nashville songwriter and humorist on the SiriusXM Radio Family Comedy Channels, he delivers funny and entertaining keynote … Web: www.patrickHenrySpeaker.com Details read more
Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 4 Dec 2019 9:14 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link224Shares Carlo Ancelotti is struggling for results with Napoli (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal are on alert as Carlo Ancelotti is in danger of the sack at Napoli after going eight games without a win in all competitions.Napoli were beaten at home by Bologna in Serie A on Saturday which makes it six draws and two defeats in their last eight matches.Ancelotti’s men are down in seventh in Serie A and already 17 points behind league leaders Inter Milan with any possibility of a title challenge seemingly out of the window already.The Sun reports that the former Chelsea manager is now on the brink and could be given the boot after his team’s final Champions League group stage game, against Genk next Tuesday.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe veteran coach is not looking to leave his current club and is reportedly adamant that he can get back to winning ways, but that decision could be taken out of his hands.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 CityIf he were to be fired then Arsenal would be extremely interested in bringing him to north London and take the permanent manager’s job at the Emirates.A deal for the Italian would become all the more attractive were he to be sacked by Napoli as he would then be available free of charge.While Ancelotti is one of a number of names in the hat to be the next permanent Gunners boss, he is not considered anything like the favourite with the bookmakers.Current interim manager Fredide Ljungberg is widely considered the favourite to take the reins permanently, while Massimiliano Allegri, Mikel Arteta and Brendan Rodgers are all shorter prices than Ancelotti.This could change if he leaves Napoli, though, and some reports suggest that they are already scouting out his replacement, with former AC Milan manager Gennaro Gatuso in the frame.MORE: ‘No team can defend against that’ – Freddie Ljungberg teaches new approach in Arsenal trainingMORE: Ray Parlour tells Arsenal to snub Mikel Arteta and talks up Mauricio Pochettino appointment Advertisement Arsenal target Carlo Ancelotti ‘nearing the exit door at Napoli’ amid winless run Advertisement Comment read more
Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. 3 Culgoora Cres, Reedy Creek. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. Auctioneer Andrew Mills in action last weekend when he sold 1031 Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley, under the hammer. Picture: Jerad WilliamsIF you want to snap up a property before the end of the financial year we have you covered.From a beachfront unit and Balinese retreat to a sprawling family home, house hunters are spoiled for choice. 331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. 331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. The residence sits on a 1571sq m fan-shaped block with about 60m of river frontage.The resort-style pool and spa, multiple entertainment decks and open living area that flows outdoors are among its standout features.“I’ve had local, interstate and overseas interest,” Ms Sherry said.“The appeal has been the Monaco St address and particularly the magnificent waterfront outlook but also the resort-style home which makes it feel like you’re on holiday.” 3 Culgoora Cres, Reedy Creek.Kicking off the morning is a four-bedroom Reedy Creek house that will be offered to the market at 10.30am.The house is set on more than 1400sq m and features a pool, landscaped gardens, and several living spaces.Jody Young and Sam Danvers of Jean Brown Properties are marketing the property.They said the vendors of 3 Culgoora Cres were determined to sell, having already committed elsewhere. 3 Culgoora Cres, Reedy Creek. “With property within The Observatory tightly held and highly sought, we encourage all potential buyers to declare their interest as we will be selling come June 30,” the listing states.Ms Young said there had been plenty of interest in the property since it was listed.“Everybody who has walked through the door has been impressed — it really has the wow factor,” she said.“It’s just so different to what is out there at the moment. It’s a large property and it’s got the infinity pool that overlooks the Gold Coast skyline.”She said she expected a big crowd on Saturday.“We know there are a lot of people in the area who are dying to see this house,” she said. 331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. At noon, Sherry Smith of Ray White Prestige is taking a riverfront oasis to auction.The agent sold 331 Monaco St home to owner Shirley Mordey in 2003.“It was July 26, 2003 and she walked in for the first time on auction day and ended up buying it,” Ms Smith said.“She’s been there for 15 years and has absolutely loved living there.”The four-bedroom, two bathroom home has limestone floors, ornate carved features and thatched roof pavilions. If beachfront is more your style, checkout AFL legend Brendan Edwards’ Main Beach unit.Edwards, who played for Hawthorn from 1956 to 1963 when the league was known as the VFL, is offering his property to the market at 2pm.His two-bedroom apartment in Golden Sands on Main Beach Pde includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, open plan living areas and a huge private terrace space overlooking the beach.PRDnationwide Robina’s Justin and Barbara Johnson are marketing the property. read more
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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenCameron Kusher Covid-19 update02:05INTEREST in off-the-plan apartments has surged across the Gold Coast in recent weeks despite the COVID-19 crisis gripping the city.New data from property website realestate.com.au revealed enquiries for new apartment developments on the Gold Coast had jumped by 15 per cent compared to this time last year.Agents are also reporting heightened interest and sales in yet-to-be-built homes across the Coast. Render of Norfolk at Burleigh Heads. Natura at Burleigh Heads.Despina Priala, principal of Priala Legal, said there were people who were still buying and selling property and for those people, it was “business as usual”.“With the social distancing laws in place, this does not prevent anyone from entering into a contract of sale at this time,” Ms Priala said.“However, you do need a solicitor who can carry out all the required steps and compliance issues for a contract of sale by remote means.“We are already drafting clauses to insert into contracts of sale for clients to cover the current COVID-19 circumstances.” Render of White Main Beach. It is currently the most searched off-the-plan project on the Gold Coast.Knight Frank Residential Projects Business Development Manager Chris Litfin said while numbers were down at sales displays, it did not indicate a drop in market demand.“We closely monitor our online activity and for the most part this has not dropped at all over the past couple of weeks,” he said.“It appears that while people have been encouraged to stay at home, their appetite for property has not diminished and they are still doing research online.Mr Litfin urged house hunters to keep a cool head and remember the property fundamentals.“The Gold Coast has been the beneficiary of strong population growth for decades and this population growth has put steady pressure on both supply and prices,” he said. MORE NEWS: Coronavirus: State to pay the rent of Queenslanders struggling after losing their jobs COVID-19 crisis: How technology will help the big players of the industry Artist impression of Spyre Group’s $77 million Natura Project at Burleigh Heads. Picture: SuppliedCBRE Residential Projects Director Nicholas Clydsdale has also experienced solid off-the-plan sales activity in recent weeks.“While people have not been actively inspecting in display suites over the past fortnight, we are seeing strong phone and online enquiry as buyers see past what may be a three to six month market aberration in a three to five year purchase horizon,” he said.Ashwin Property, which is marketing the new Serenity 4212 residential developmentin the Gold Coast North Shore, has also fast adapted to changing circumstances.“At this time our projects remain open for business and we are looking to offermore video-based presentations to prospective buyers,” said Tony Ashwin, Director of Ashwin Property.More from news02:37Gold Coast real estate: Custodian CEO John Fitzgerald urges Australians to buy more property now16 Sep 202002:37How COVID has changed spring buyer wishlists5 Sep 2020“We are constantly working to improve our digital provision of information. “At a time like this, where in-person communications are restricted, it is clear that digital communications will pose a great solution and become the way forward,” he said. White, 1/18 Tedder Ave, Main Beach Living Gems Gold Coast, 70 Hansford Road, CoombabahNorfolk, Burleigh Heads, 46 Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads Lyra, 184-192 Marina Quays Boulevard, Hope IslandNatura Burleigh Heads, 112 The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads Render of Salt Palm Beach.Marketing Projects SEQ recently launched 22 apartments off-the-plan at Salt Palm Beach.“We’ve had over 700 enquiries and are still expecting that Salt will still sell out within six months,” Ms Anderson said.“This is the highest level of pre-launch enquiry of any project our team our has ever worked on.“We’ve been working remotely with buyers via video meetings, phone meetings and electronic material.” Lyra Hope Island.Marketing Projects SEQ Managing Director Kyia Anderson shared a similar view.“There are currently some great opportunities for people as they decide, or need to change their living arrangements, property portfolios or investments,” she said.“Everyone is assessing their financial situation right now – many will make changes to be more conservative or reduce debt exposure,” she said.“Some changes will include people selling their houses and opting to purchase off-the-plan with the intention of downsizing to these apartments.” Off-the-plan projects generating the most interest. 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BACOLOD City – He was listed as the No.2 most wanted person in the police station of Sagay City, Negros Occidental. Police served the warrant against Banasinin relation to rape charge he faces, the report added. The 50-year-old Ronnie Banasin of SitioPioneer, Barangay Rizal, Sagay City was caught on the strength of an arrestwarrant on Saturday evening, a police report showed. The suspect was detained in the lockupcell of the Sagay City police station. No bail bond was recommended for histemporary liberty./PN
The East Central Trojans Wrestling team defeated The Union County Patriots 64-15 on Thursday, December 6th at EC.The Trojans earned victories over Beech Grove, Elwood, Muncie Central, and Winchester, but lost a close battle to the host Arabians at The Pendleton Heights Invite on Saturday, December 8th.EC was victorious against The Pirates at home 72-6 on Tuesday, December 11th.East Central – Media InformationThe Trojans will be back in action on Saturday, December 15th, hosting a 6-Way meet starting at 9 AM. The EC JV will have a Round Robin meet on Saturday, December 22nd, at home starting at 9 AM. The Trojans will be travelling to Madison for their invitational on December 28th and 29th.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Scott Schwartz.