New Jersey Man Killed in EMS SUV Crash

first_imgVineland Police say a repeat offender stole a paramedic s marked SUV from the Franklinville Fire Company on Route 47 Tuesday morning.last_img

Best foot forward as Pearl Izumi is Official Run Partner for…

first_imgBilled as ‘the UK’s fastest long distance triathlon’, Challenge Henley showcases the best of its quintessentially British surroundings. The race features a swim along the Thames Royal Regatta Course, a rolling bike leg on closed roads through the Chiltern Hills and the Pearl Izumi Run Course, which winds its way through the picturesque town of Henley as it follows a path along the River Thames.Pearl Izumi is a leading international brand in the manufacture of high-performance, high-tech sports apparel and footwear for avid cycling, tri and running enthusiasts. Based in Louisville, Colorado, a suburb of Boulder, Pearl Izumi is a wholly owned subsidiary of Shimano American Corporation, located in Irvine, California.www.challengehenley.comwww.pearlizumi.co.uk Related Just Racing, the organiser behind the UK’s Challenge Henley event, has confirmed that Pearl Izumi is now on board as the official Run Sponsor for the 2013 Challenge Henley and Henley Half.The partnership means that thousands of athletes will take to the ‘Pearl Izumi Run Course’ on race day, enjoying the sights and sounds of one of the most beautiful towns in the UK. And of course, throughout the race weekend all athletes and spectators will have the chance to sample and buy Pearl Izumi products at the Challenge Henley expo from the Pearl Izumi retail partner Runner’s Retreat.Just Racing Director Alan Rose said “It’s fantastic to have teamed up with a brand like Pearl Izumi for Challenge Henley. Thousands of athletes and spectators will have the chance to enjoy the Pearl Izumi Run Course, which will once again be one of the highlights of the race.”last_img read more

One dead as TS Matthew lashes Windwards

first_imgNewsRegional One dead as TS Matthew lashes Windwards by: Caribbean Media Corporation – September 29, 2016 Sharing is caring! Share Tweet 756 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Share KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) – A fourth form secondary school student died Wednesday night after he was crushed by a boulder as he tried to alleviate flooding in his home during the passage of Tropical Storm Matthew.Police have not released the name of the student of the Buccament Bay Secondary School, and Deputy Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), Michelle Forbes, has made a very strong appeal for persons to remain vigilant as drains and rivers have over flown their banks dumping debris and other materials on the roads making some of them impassable.A resident of the Central Leeward town said the teenager was crushed when he attempted to clear debris behind his home that was being flooded.The house is located close to a rocky cliff and reports are that the boulder had become lose pinning the student against the wall of the concrete house, killing him instantly.Meanwhile, in Buccament Bay, a neighbouring village in Central Leeward, several people abandoned their homes and sought refuge in emergency shelters as the river nearby again overran its bank.Police officers, including members of the Rapid Response Unit, where at the Buccament Bay Secondary School around 10:00 pm (local time) helping to transport people to the official emergency centre.Assistant Superintendent of Police, Enville Williams, told the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) that the police were there to help to save lives as an estimated 25 people left their homes for the shelter.In 2013, the river was responsible for the deaths of several people after heavy rains caused by the passage of the Christmas Eve trough system caused widespread flooding.There were reports of flooding in a number of areas, as well as landslides and power outages.The state-owned Agency for Public Information (API) said Wednesday night that there have been confirmed reports of flooding in Vermont, South Rivers, sections of Kingstown, Campden Park, Arnos Vale, including the ET Joshua Airport, Langley Park and Buccament.In addition, NEMO has received confirmed reports of damage to several homes, landslides and blocked roads.The Central Water and Sewage Authority (CWSA) has reported that Hermitage River has risen by 1.10 meters in the last hour and as a precautionary measure, the CWSA turned off all of their water systems.Schools will remain closed for the rest Thursday.NEMO is urging residents not to go sightseeing as emergency services will be responding to reports and roads have been impacted by landslides and flooding.Meanwhile, forecasters at the ET Joshua Airport said late Wednesday that a tropical storm warning remains in effect for St Vincent and the GrenadinesA tropical storm warning means that tropical storm conditions are likely to affect the country — in this case, during the next 24 hours.Matthew was now moving towards the west at 15 miles per hour and a further decrease in forward speed is expected during the next few days. But it is expected to strengthen and become a hurricane by Friday.Forecasters say Matthew will continue to produce moderate to heavy showers, thunderstorms and gusty storm force winds across St Vincent Wednesday night into Thursday.last_img read more

Parents speak out about the skyrocketing cost of youth sports

first_imgmoodboard/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The skyrocketing cost of youth sports — which is now a $15 billion market, according to the research firm WinterGreen Research — has left many parents dishing out thousands of dollars to support child athletes that are beginning to specialize in sports from increasingly young ages.Ryan Brown, 14, told ABC News that he plays baseball “four hours a day, five days a week.”“If it weren’t for baseball, I don’t know what I’d be doing,” Ryan added, saying that he has been playing the sport since he was 4 years old.Ryan’s father, Rick Brown, told ABC News that the price of his son’s passion adds up quickly.Brown said that the cost of his son’s youth baseball career can come out to “over $10,000 a year,” adding that the total accumulates from tournament fees, uniforms and more. “Everywhere you turn, it’s more money,” Brown added.The financial commitment that parents make for young elite athletes is not uncommon. Some parents have even turned to crowdfunding, using sites like GoFundMe, to support the sports-related costs incurred by their children.Janine Brown, Ryan’s mother, told ABC News that “it would be really nice if he would get a college scholarship to play baseball.”Only approximately 2 percent of high school athletes are awarded some form of athletic scholarships in college, however, according to 2016 data from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).Some experts also warn parents that there could be potential dangers to having children specialize in one sport year-round at a young age because of the physical toll it can take on a young athlete’s body before he or she has matured. In baseball, the repetitive motions of pitching can led to chronic fatigue, which is highly correlated to increase in injury in kids, Dr. Neal ElAttrache, an orthopedic surgeon at Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles, told ABC News.“Early specialization into one sport, and year round participation … The chances of overuse injuries and sometimes worse types of injuries are higher,” ElAttrache explained.This summer, Ryan sustained an elbow injury that hindered his ability to throw the ball, although he can still participate in hitting.“He’s torn the major stabilizing ligament in the elbow,” ElAttrache, who is also a team physician for the Los Angeles Dodgers, said of Ryan’s injury.The doctor also called for a change in the culture surrounding youth sports.“The culture is — you’re tough enough — and no pain, no gain. And you play with pain and it is part of the sport,” ElAttrache said, which can often lead to a “much more unfortunate situation [resulting in] further damage to [a] particular ligament, whether … one more pitch or 10 more games.”Some experts also spoke out in an interview with ABC News earlier this year, warning parents about a recent uptick in baseball-related injuries that have been appearing in younger and younger athletes.For Ryan, however, he says he is undeterred by his injury and remains passionate about playing baseball.“I love baseball so much,” the young athlete said. “I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.”Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

WHS Daily Bulletin: Seniors get released at fourth hour on Tuesday

first_img 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 Submitted to Sumner Newscow — Today’s Wellington High School bulletin for Monday, May 15, 2017:Monday: •Seniors finals – fifth through eighth hours.•Regional golf at Independence.•Regional softball at Winfield, 4:30 p.m.•Regional baseball at Sellers Park, 4 p.m.Tuesday:•Senior finals, first – fourth hours.•Regional baseball championship.Thursday: •Class night, 7 p.m.•Regional track at Winfield, 1 p.m.Friday•Finals begin for freshman-juniors. First hour final: 1:30 to 3:05 p.m.Tuesday menu: Breakfast: Scrambled eggs..Lunch: BBQ beef on bun, beef enchiladas.Today’s News: *Congratulations to Stephanie Bristow, Chaney Leonard and Adrianna Young who placed at the BPA National Leadership Conference in Orlando and earned a medal for their efforts!*Senior Finals: Today : Hours 5th-8th Tuesday, May 16th- 1st-4th. All Seniors are dismissed after 4th hour. *  Finals Schedule:Friday, May 19th1:30-3:05- 1st hour FinalMonday, May 22nd8:00-9:35- 2nd hour final9:40-11:15- 4th hour final11:20-11:45- Lunch for all students11:50-1:25- 5th hour final1:30-3:05- 6th hour finalTuesday, May 23rd8:00-9:30- 7th hour final9:35-11:00- 8th hour final*May 18th is the last day to purchase a WHS Yearbook. Cost is $45. Pay by check or cash  to Ms. Ford.*There will be a boys high school basketball camp June 5th-8th from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. All boys wishing to participate in boys basketball next year are encouraged to attend. If you have any questions contact Coach Roitman. Today is…National Chocolate Chip Day.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more

Celtic FC team news: Predicted XI to face FC Astana in the Champions League

first_img 11. Scott Sinclair (left-wing) 11 63. Kieran Tierney (left-back) 49. James Forrest (right-wing) 8. Scott Brown (central midfield) 11 5. Jozo Simunovic (centre-back) 11 21. Olivier Ntcham (central midfield) 23. Mikael Lustig (right-back) 11 11 11 6. Nir Bitton (centre-back) 11 1. Craig Gordon (goalkeeper) – Click the right arrow above to see our predicted Celtic XI to face FC Astana in the Champions League… 11 11 9. Leigh Griffiths (striker) 11 18. Tom Rogic (central midfield) If Scottish giants Celtic are to make the Champions League group stage, they must first dispatch Kazakh opponents FC Astana.Brendan Rodgers’ men have already shown good form this campaign, playing seven games in all competitions and winning six. But the fact they have only conceded one goal, in a 4-1 win over Hearts, will ensure their confidence is high.And they will also be buoyed by the news striker Leigh Griffiths has declared himself fit for the first leg at Celtic Park.Unfortunately, defenders Erik Sviatchenko and Dedryck Boyata, midfielder Eboue Kouassi (all knee) and striker Moussa Dembele (hamstring), remain absent.So who will Rodgers pick for the crunch clash? Click the right arrow above to see our predicted Celtic XI to face FC Astana in the Champions League… 11last_img read more