FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Friday’s sports events:INTERLEAGUEChicago White Sox 8, Milwaukee 3AMERICAN LEAGUEN.Y. Yankees 4, Baltimore 1Detroit 5, Toronto 2Minnesota 7, Cleveland 4Houston 7, Boston 3Oakland 16, Kansas City 0L.A. Angels 6, Texas 0Seattle 4, Tampa Bay 3, 13 InningsNATIONAL LEAGUEChicago Cubs 7, N.Y. Mets 4Atlanta 4, Washington 0Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 0L.A. Dodgers 11, Colorado 8Arizona 9, Miami 1Cincinnati 7, San Diego 2San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 0WOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONPhoenix 95, Minnesota 85Connecticut 110, Chicago 72Las Vegas 85, Washington 73Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund June 2, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 6/1/18 Written by
A proposed site for a new skateboard park in Ocean City is bounded by the Fire Department, Primary School and Tabernacle.Councilman Mike DeVlieger asked Thursday that a council workshop scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, April 3 be dedicated to a public forum on a proposed skateboard park site.The tentative meeting at the Ocean City Free Public Library would seek feedback on creating a park on a portion of the parking lot adjacent to the Ocean City Fire Department on the 500 block of Asbury Avenue.DeVlieger said that he and Business Administrator Mike Dattilo met with county officials earlier Thursday to talk about applying for a state Green Acres grant to help fund part of any potential project. He said the county believes it would be beneficial to have a specific location in any grant application.Proponents of the park spoke during public comment at Thursday’s City Council meeting. But DeVlieger said he hoped that attendees at next week’s workshop would represent all perspectives.“All are welcome,” DeVlieger said. “I don’t want a biased point of view.”Read more about the skate park proposal.__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter“Like” us on Facebook
A new firm – The Pembrokeshire Pasty & Pie Co – has announced plans to open outlets nationwide, in a bid to challenge the Cornish pasty with its own Pembrokeshire variant. The first outlet will open in Tenby on 1 March, and will be followed by another in central Cardiff this summer.Joint director Oliver Booth told British Baker the firm is likely to look for a third outlet in Wales, before looking at locations in England. It then plans a roll-out of the chain over the next five years. “It would be lovely to have 10 outlets, by then,” said Booth.He spotted the business opportunity after discovering that Pembrokeshire has its own traditional pasty, but that nobody was selling it. The Pembrokeshire pasty contains Welsh lamb, redcurrant jelly, currants and mint. All the ingredients for the six pasties and pies on the menu are fully traceable back to its partner farm in North Pembrokeshire, which prepares the products, or to other local farms, said Booth.The pies and pasties, which have names such as The Friendly Dragon and The Tenby Treat, will then be baked on-site daily.
On 9 November the government announced it would be rolling out lateral flow tests across England to directors of public health.This list will be updated as new local authorities are announced.
Scottish Co-operative Scotmid has opened its 100th bakery as part of its local bakery project.Reaching the milestone with Scotmid Balloan, Inverness, in partnership with Ashers Bakery of Nairn, the project has seen stores across Scotland and Cumbria fitted with bakery counters in a drive to support local trade.Stephen Brown, bakery and local sourcing manager for Scotmid Co-operative, said the business was absolutely delighted to be opening its 100th local bakery.ConvenienceBrown said: “Adding bakeries to our stores has been great for customers, the local communities we trade in and the bakeries too. Our customers enjoy the convenience of having freshly baked bread, cakes and hot food at their local Scotmid. Together, we’re bringing the local baker back to the high street.”Alister Asher, joint managing director of Ashers, added: “Ashers is delighted to be working in partnership with Scotmid as they expand their bakery sector. Customers appreciate local fresh bakery suppliers in a convenient location. We’re proud to be Scotmid’s 100th in-store bakery.”The project started in August 2012, with the first partnership set up with Stephens Bakery of Dunfermline. The first Scotmid store to have a local bakery was Polbeth.Scotmid has now established partnerships with seven Scottish craft bakers, including Ashers Bakery of Nairn; Aulds of Greenock; The Breadwinner Bakery of Edinburgh; Goodfellow & Steven of Dundee; J G Ross of Inverurie; Stephens Bakery of Dunfermline; and Stuart’s of Buckhaven.Scotmid also has a new partnership with English baker Bryson’s of Keswick, for its Lakes and Dales Co-operative stores in Cumbria.
Harvard University will again host a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program on campus. The agreement, signed Friday afternoon, March 4, at Loeb House by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus and President Drew Faust, will end a 40-year hiatus.
Orvis Company Inc,Dave and Perk Perkins of The Orvis Company were recognized for their achievements by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) at its third annual Capitol Conservation Dinner, held in Washington, DC.Orvis Chief Executive Officer Perk Perkins and Orvis Vice Chairman Dave Perkins receiving their Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s Lifetime Conservation Achievement Awards in Washington, DC.”Through the TRCP’s Capitol Conservation Dinner, the sportsmen’s community celebrates the incalculable contributions of our nation’s most dedicated conservationists,” said Whit Fosburgh, TRCP president and CEO. “Following a trail blazed by President Theodore Roosevelt, the sportsmen honored at this year’s event exemplify the uniquely American drive to responsibly manage and enjoy our irreplaceable fish and wildlife resources.”Orvis Vice Chairman Dave Perkins and Orvis Chief Executive Officer Perk Perkins were honored with the TRCP Lifetime Conservation Achievement Award for their commitment to natural resources conservation as embodied in the mission of The Orvis Company and its hunting and fishing product lines.”Orvis is simply a conduit for the hard work being done in the name of conservation by agencies, individuals and groups such as the TRCP,” said Dave Perkins in accepting the award. “We are proud to help advance these efforts that help sustain America’s fish and wildlife resources and long-held outdoors traditions.””Theodore Roosevelt once said, ‘I am only an average man, but, by George, I work at it harder than the average man,'” said TRCP Board Chair Jim Martin, conservation director of the Berkley Conservation Institute. “Our 2010 honorees give credence to Roosevelt’s belief that our most valuable contributions arise from a simple desire to ‘work hard at work worth doing.'”Lead sponsors of the 2010 Capitol Conservation Dinner included Bass Pro Shops and the High Lonesome Ranch.To read more about The Orvis Company’s commitment to protecting nature, including its 2011 projects restoring habitat on the Clark Fork River in Montana as well as protecting vital fish spawning habitat in the famed coral triangle and protecting endangered black rhino populations in Africa, visit http://www.orvis.com/commitment(link is external).About OrvisOrvis has been the premier outfitter of the distinctive country lifestyle and sporting traditions since 1856. Orvis donates five percent of pre-tax profits each year to protecting nature, supporting communities and local conservation efforts. You can read more about Orvis on their website at http://www.orvis.com(link is external). Source: MANCHESTER, VT–(Marketwire – February 22, 2011) –
By Dialogo December 15, 2010 The top US, Canadian and Mexican diplomats met here on 13 December to help Central American nations fight drug cartels and ensure contested Haitian election results are properly reviewed, US officials said. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Foreign Ministers Lawrence Cannon of Canada and Patricia Espinosa of Mexico also met in the rural Quebec community of Wakefield to discuss border security and regional trade, US officials said. Arturo Valenzuela, the assistant secretary of state for western hemisphere affairs, told reporters before leaving Washington that the three top diplomats will map out the agenda for a summit of their three leaders early in 2011. A portion of the meeting will be on “broad foreign policy discussions,” he said. “The biggest emphasis will be with regard to Central America and also Haiti. I’m sure Haiti will be a very important part of the discussion,” Valenzuela said. Senior US officials said North American governments feared the drug cartels could relocate to Central American nations as they faced government crackdowns in Mexico and Colombia. There is a “tremendous need to address the problem of security in Central America,” the official added. “Central American leaders welcome Canadian and Mexican assistance and coordination on their borders,” another official said, adding the North American states can help strengthen the police and courts in Central America. Cannon has said meanwhile that Canada is offering to take part in an international-led recount of ballots in Haiti’s disputed presidential election, which has led to deadly rioting. The Canadian foreign minister suggested on 12 December that Ottawa could be part of “a mixed international committee” to supervise a fresh tally of ballots, after charges of irregularities marred the November 28 vote. The Haitian election saw President Rene Preval’s handpicked protege Jude Celestin make it through to a second round run-off, edging out popular opposition candidate Michel Martelly by less than 7,000 votes. In a bid to counter widespread allegations of fraud and to stave off protests, Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) has announced plans to add up all the tally sheets in the presence of the three main candidates. US officials also sought to help the election review process. “We’ve been following it very closely and are engaged to try to assure that the review is a proper review, that the legitimacy of the election can be enhanced through this review,” a senior US official said on condition of anonymity. “I suspect that given the controversies surrounding the election that the discussion of Haiti may be more important than we might have envisioned it when we were first putting this meeting together,” he said. US officials said the three diplomas will also discuss developing common standards in renewable energy and sell the energy across all three markets. They said Mexico’s strengths in developing solar and wind power.
15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Brett Jackson Brett Jackson has been dedicated to building vibrant, competitive, breakthrough brands in the world of financial institutions for over a decade now. As the CEO of Systemax Corporation, a company … Web: www.systemaxsolutions.com Details We’ve all been there- it’s a week before the golf outing/5k fundraiser/community event and you totally forgot to get the apparel and giveaway items ordered. It is crunch time and you find yourself in panic mode trying to figure out what can get printed in time, praying you order the correct quantity and sizes. We find the majority of our clients handle these situations by passing around the dreaded excel spreadsheet collecting style of apparel, color, sizes and, of course, money! There is an easier way. By utilizing a Corporate Store, you can eliminate these timely, stressful tasks.A Corporate Store is a platform allowing you to consolidate spending and effectively distribute your branded merchandise/apparel. Typically I see credit union’s benefiting in four main areas:Easy Access and Ordering – quick and easy way to access corporate branded merchandiseControl Spending – set budgets for employees throughout different departments and/or locationsMinimize Administration – reduce the amount of time spent ordering branded merchandiseControl Branding – your branded materials are approved to match your corporate branding guidelinesOnce you decide that a utilizing a Corporate Store is the right decision, you then begin shopping for the appropriate styles and colors to express your brand. (Some companies will even do that work for you, so there is really no upfront time devoted to getting the store up and running). Once your online store is up and running with the choices you selected, employees are now able to go out and purchase the apparel and products of their choice. Within selecting the style of apparel to order, one can also determine certain colors that can be purchased. Therefore, if your logo is green, Sally won’t be able to order a yellow shirt. If it is a piece that the employee will be paying for, they have the ability to enter their credit card information for the order as well… removing the step where you have to play “collections officer”. The same process within the Corporate Store can be applied to various promotional items as well.By putting your employees in the driver seat to make decisions, with you holding the ultimate control…..it’s the perfect formula for corporate ordering.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 52-year-old Massapequa woman was fatally hit by a car in Amityville on Tuesday morning.Suffolk County police said Angela DeLeone was walking southbound on Route 110 when she stepped into the roadway and was struck by a Hyundai Sonata at 6:55 a.m.The victim was taken to Saint Joseph Hospital in Bethpage, where she was pronounced dead. The driver was not injured.First Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone who may have witnessed the crash to call them at 631-852-8152.