A Camp Street prisoner was on Saturday admitted a patient at the Georgetown Public Hospital after he was found with his face swollen in a cell in the penitentiary.Based on reports received, Shawn Thom was relocated to another cell in the Camp Street Prison after he allegedly stabbed another prisoner with a mop stick on Friday last.During routine checks on Saturday, Thom was found in his cell with what appeared to be swelling to the face. While information is limited at this point, an investigation was launched into the incident.Director of Prisons, Gladwin Samuels confirmed that Thom was in stable condition at the Georgetown Public Hospital. He could not provide additional information given that an investigation was ongoing.Just about a month ago, Samuels had alluded to the Prison Service being strict when it came to upholding the law.The last incident, however, of a prisoner being beaten was at the Lusignan Prison back in 2017 when murder accused Colin Alleyne was attacked and severely beaten reportedly by other prisoners.The man was charged for the murder of a 77-year-old, Danrasie Ganesh of Montrose, East Coast Demerara in August 2015. Presently, prisoners at the penitentiaries are privileged to have contraband items delivered to them at a cost.
Meanwhile, the city installed its 15th red light camera system on Thursday at the intersection of Sepulveda and Victory boulevards in Van Nuys, the site of 59 crashes in two years. City officials said that in 2006, there were 50,623 traffic collisions in Los Angeles, and of that, 3,290 were red light traffic collisions. Since April of last year, there have been 5,822 photo red light violations that have been recorded with 3,150 citations being issued. firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3664 Camera locations Traffic enforcement cameras will be installed at stop signs at the following six intersections. Four more intersections will be added later. Franklin Canyon at the dam Franklin Canyon at Lake Drive Franklin Canyon Drive at the the main parking lot Temescal Canyon at the front lot Top of Topanga Canyon at Top of Topanga Overlook Park Top of Reseda at Marvin Braude Park160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Hoping to slow down motorists who speed up and down winding roads, the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority plans to install cameras at 10 different stop signs along Los Angeles’ most popular routes. Motorists who blow through stop signs within Franklin Canyon Park, Temescal Park, at the top of Topanga Overlook Park, or at the top of Reseda Boulevard in the Marvin Braude Park can expect their offense to be photographed and recorded on 12 seconds of video. “We have a lot of (speeding) problems, huge problems in our parks … because there are walkers,” said Dash Stolarz, spokeswoman for the Santa Monica Mountain Conservancy, which is under the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority. “In Franklin Canyon Park, people use it as a cut through because the traffic through Coldwater Canyon is terrible.” A one-month study conducted by park authorities found that up to six motorists sped through a stop sign each hour, Stolarz said. The cameras will be installed by Redflex, an Arizona company that already has several contracts within Los Angeles County, including in the Santa Clarita Valley, where red light camera technology has been deemed a success. The cameras will be housed in what amounts to a roadside cabinet, said Charlie Carpinteri, director of technology at Redflex. Signs warning of the technology will be placed below the stop signs and throughout the parks. “(The motorist) has to come to a complete stop at the line, or else the camera will capture them,” Carpinteri said. The photographs and video will be viewed first by Redflex, then turned over to the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority park rangers, who will issue a $65 citation if a violation is found, Stolarz said. Redflex will receive a percentage of that citation, based on the contract agreement.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Clean up and construction work is scheduled to take place in the Old Fort area.Following the landslide that took place last Fall in the Old Fort, crews from B.C. Hydro & Arctic Arrow Group will be working to remove abandoned Hydro and Telus poles and wire that was damaged during the landslide.The removal of the poles and wire is scheduled to take place from September 25 to the 30, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.- Advertisement -Also taking place, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will be working on installing culverts and clearing ditches along Old Fort Road to prevent ponding and flooding.Work is taking place now until October 16, and drivers can expect to experience minor delays during the installation of the culverts.Old Fort work notices can be found on the Peace River Regional District’s website.Advertisement
Following the incident at Prenton Park, home of Tranmere Rovers, Liverpool said only they had “followed the proper procedure by reporting the alleged incident to UEFA”.Their complaint is understood to concern a matter of racist abuse.The matter arose shortly before the Champions League group game between Liverpool and Spartak’s senior teams at Anfield.Liverpool lodged a similar complaint against Spartak after Brewster’s team-mate Bobby Adekanye was racially abused by the Russian club’s fans during the reverse fixture in September.Spartak were found guilty in that instance and were made to partially close their academy ground for one match.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Rhian Brewster of England was visibly irate at the end of Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Spartak in the UEFA Youth League and had to be restrained by team-mates and coaching staff © AFP/File / INDRANIL MUKHERJEELIVERPOOL, United Kingdom, Dec 6 – Liverpool have reported Spartak Moscow to UEFA, the English club confirmed on Wednesday, after teenage striker Rhian Brewster was allegedly subjected to racist abuse by the Russian club’s players.Brewster, who won the Under-17 World Cup with England in October, was visibly irate at the end of Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Spartak in the UEFA Youth League and had to be restrained by team-mates and coaching staff.
HERE’S the full results of Saturday’s incredible Gaelforce North event in Donegal.Well done to all 390 people who took part.PosNameTeamCategoryTimeExcluded Time1stGary CrossanIrelandM3903:31:032ndChris CaulfieldIrelandM3803:36:303rdEoghan CartonIrelandM2503:41:164thDavid SandsUKM4003:46:585thDarragh McShaneIrelandM3903:47:266thAidan McMorelandIrelandM3003:50:5600:00:527thRobbie HeffernanIrelandM2903:54:4200:12:018thChris SandyIrelandM2903:55:179thRaymond DohertyIrelandM4603:56:3510thPaul FlanneryIrelandM3704:00:2211thJames ClancyIrelandM3104:00:5412thJason KingUKM4004:01:1000:00:5213thMartin GormleyIrelandM4504:01:3014thDonal ClancyIrelandM3504:02:2315thFinbarr GallagherIrelandM4504:03:3816thBetty WalshIrelandF4304:05:3117thPeter McToalIrelandM3204:05:3700:01:1218thBrian McBrideIrelandM4104:07:0719thSimon DobbsUKM4604:08:5020thTony McMahonIrelandM4304:09:0200:27:1321stAiden CallaghanIrelandM2804:11:4300:01:3222ndPeter KiddNew ZealandM4104:16:2600:05:4523rdNigel HaddenUKM2904:16:5000:17:1924thDeclan CurridIrelandM4504:18:1600:11:0825thJulie MurphyIrelandF3404:19:3026thFrankie McGinleyIrelandM3304:20:1627thGarvan MulliganIrelandM3104:20:2200:02:1928thDavid HamillIrelandM3104:22:1000:01:3029thTerence GallagherIrelandM4204:22:5100:03:0330thNiall McGeeIrelandM3704:23:5100:02:0931stGareth DohertyIrelandM3904:24:1600:04:2332ndJoseph McFaddenUKM4504:24:2133rdStephen CassidyIrelandM3904:26:4700:05:3634thDavid McCarneyIrelandM3304:28:1435thSean MurphyIrelandM3904:29:0800:06:3236thFintan StanleyIrelandM4004:29:1900:10:3237thKillian NolanIrelandM3804:29:3400:18:2838thNoel DiverIrelandM2904:29:4900:08:0939thEdward CarolanIrelandM3004:29:5000:07:1940thColin LynchIrelandM4204:30:0700:18:0441stConall HeronIrelandM3204:30:2000:16:4642ndBrian MullenIrelandM2404:31:3843rdKeith GilbrideIrelandM3204:32:2344thColm McElwaineIrelandM3204:32:2800:05:3045thKarl MaguireIrelandM3004:32:3546thPaul McToalN. 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DONEGAL’S quarter final hero Kevin Cassidy has revealed he knew he’d score the winning point against Kildare as soon as he hit.The wonder point from outside the 45 metre line set up this Sunday’s semi-final clash with Dublin at Croke Park.“In those sort of situations, you don’t get time to think,” said the Gaoth Dobhair man. “I was actually shouting for the ball a couple of seconds before it came. I knew time was up. Once I connected … in situations like that, you know it’s going over. You just know.”Now he’s just looking forward to being part of the county team heading for the capital this weekend.And he says the team is ready for the big occasion.He said of the Dubs: “You give the Brogans, you give Diarmuid Connolly space and they will rip you apart. “But Croke Park is a big space and it’s hard to cover every blade of grass and every angle. They’ve looked awesome and they look like a team on a mission this year.“It’s going to be really hard to stop them but we’ll just focus on ourselves and see what we can do on the day.“It’s great to be in the semi-final but it’s also great to be playing against the Dubs in Croke Park. That’s the game you want.“It’s going to be a full house and an electric atmosphere.“It’s the place you dream of playing when you’re growing up. But we know it’s going to be tough. “They have probably one of the best forward lines over the last number of years. We will have to snuff them out. It’s going to be tough.”BIG GAME COUNTDOWN: ‘I KNEW I’D SCORE AGAINST KILDARE’ – SAYS HERO KEVIN was last modified: August 23rd, 2011 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)Tags:donegal v dublinGaoth DobhairGweedoreKevin Cassidy
Bridget McDyerCongratulations to our athletes who competed in the Antrim Forum at the weekend where Bridget McDyer took silver in the shot and bronze in the javelin, Fodhla McFadden took bronze in the long jump and Thomas Marry was fourth in the shot putt.Well done to all athletes from the Rosses who took part in the Community Games in Milford on Sunday.Good luck to Nicole Boyle who is competing this weekend at the Mary Peters track in Belfast. Ranafast school are holding a 5k this Thursday evening 13th June starting at 7pm.Good luck to Roshine NS, Acres NS and Keadue NS who head to the Aura in Letterkenny for the Cumann na mBunscol Small Schools Athletic Championships.Training at the new track at RSC on Monday evenings is now finished for the summer. Sportshall and Cross Country will be starting up again in later August or early September.A number of our adult club athletes are targeting the Lifford 5K which is on this Friday with a start time of 7.15pm. The course is fast and always draws a large number of runners. Due to the travel distance it is suggested to carpool. With this regard let Aidan Gillespie know who intends to travel and he can forward the list back to work out a travel plan. Entry fee is €10 euro. Club Vests to be worn Fit4Life group in Carrickfinn on Monday and Wednesday at the earlier time of 6pm. Walkers and new members welcome. Coaches: Elise Gillespie and Sinead Diver. ATHLETICS NEWS: GREAT WEEKEND FOR ROSSES AC AT THE ANTRIM FORUM was last modified: June 11th, 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) Tags:ATHLETICS NEWS: GREAT WEEKEND FOR ROSSES AC AT THE ANTRIM FORUM
Additionally, Glennie’s honor gives Drake a staggering eight Google Cloud Academic All-Americans this season, tied with Stanford for most in the nation. Print Friendly Version Drake University women’s golfer Madison Glennie (Clearwater, Fla.) was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-America® Division 1 Women’s At-Large Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Glennie earned first-team Academic All-America honors to add to her list of academic and athletic accomplishments at Drake. She was awarded the MVC Postgraduate Scholarship last week. This spring, Glennie earned first-team MVC women’s golf scholar-athlete honors for the third time in her outstanding career. She has maintained a perfect 4.0 grade-point average as an English and law, politics, & society major. In the fall, Glennie was a 2017 Rhodes Scholar finalist. The senior from Clearwater, Fla., finished her stellar career with a 76.5 round average over 106 career rounds.
Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton T.D. has today announced the expansion of the number of places on post primary teacher education courses to tackle the current shortage of qualified teachers. More than 380 extra places will be added to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching courses in 2018, with a particular focus on priority areas of STEM, Irish and Foreign Languages.School managers have been under pressure to fill posts in Irish, maths and languages in recent years, which the department puts down to an increase in the number of students entering post primary education. A statement from the Department of Education said: “We are now recruiting more new teachers than at any other point in the history of the state. Over 5,000 additional teachers have been successfully recruited in the last two years.“However, while the numbers graduating from post primary teacher education courses – both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, have remained broadly constant over the past number of years, the number of students entering post primary is increasing and will continue to do so until 2025. The Government is responding to this growth by increasing the number of places on post primary teacher education programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.”The new measures are:The Universities will increase the capacity on undergraduate initial teacher education programmes by an estimated 280 places in 2018.This includes an increase in the priority areas of STEM, Irish and foreign languages of more than 100 places, an increase of over 40% on 2017 in these areas.At postgraduate level, the Universities will increase the capacity on PME programmes by more than 100 places in the priority areas of STEM, Irish and foreign languages.The universities and Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC) have extended the closing date to Friday 13 April for applications for entry to PME programmes for Irish and the targeted STEM and foreign language subjects (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, French, German, Spanish and Italian).Announcing these new measures, Minister Bruton said. “The quality of our teachers and school leaders is the number one factor which will influence the outcome for the child and we are very lucky in Ireland to have high quality teachers. “Some concerns have been raised recently around teacher supply issues. I have previously announced some measures to support schools in managing these issues, including expanding the number of days a teacher can work while on a career break. Today, I am taking further action by expanding the number of places on teacher education programmes with a heavy emphasis on certain subject areas at post primary level, to ensure that schools can get the right mix of subject teachers.“We have set out very ambitious strategies in STEM, foreign languages and digital, as part of our overall goal to have the best education and training service in Europe by 2026. We are now providing additional places to ensure the system can respond more readily to our national priorities and the needs of schools. ” Extra teaching course places introduced to tackle shortage was last modified: March 14th, 2018 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) Tags:educationschoolsteaching
Click here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device.OAKLAND — The A’s unveiled a new battery tandem on Sunday, and it provided a big charge in Oakland’s 4-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals, cementing a two-game series sweep.Newly acquired right-hander Tanner Roark pitched five innings to get the win, and catcher Dustin Garneau, returning to the team after two years, delivered a go-ahead two-run double in the fourth inning.The A’s (64-48) won their third in a row and …