Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A man was shot and wounded in Lakeview on Monday evening, Nassau County police said.The 32-year-old victim suffered a gunshot wound to the arm on Lakefield Road at 5:45 p.m., police said.The victim is being treated for non-life threatening injuries.Police have neither made any arrests nor released a description of the suspect.Fourth Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.
People frequently beef that you can order almost anything in the world on Amazon, but you can’t have a conversation with a real human being at the ecommerce giant. The inability to easily talk to a person is a flaw shared by many financial institutions’ websites, according to Alyson Clarke, Principal Analyst at Forrester.“You can’t find a phone number anywhere,” says Clarke of the typical financial institution site. “The avenue of help is hidden. It’s kind of gone away.” Too often, the push is towards self-service.This is important because for both full-service and online-only banking institutions the ability to make an emotional connection with an employee is critical for maintaining an ongoing relationship, according to a research report by Clarke and August du Pont, Researcher at Forrester.But Amazon does something many financial institutions haven’t mastered, or do at all: solid chat. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
“Mason Pratt came up to me after the football game, and he was like ‘listen man, I saw your eyes,'” said Fabi. “I told him I thought I was done and he said ‘don’t do that.'” “If you let it get to you, there’s going to be a problem because then you just keep going on that downward slope,” said Fabi. “There’s going to be bad days. But if you stay positive through most of them, you’re going to be fine.” In May, Fabi announced his decision to continue playing football at Ithaca College. Fabi said he chose Ithaca because they were interested in more than his stats. As of right now, Ithaca College is scheduled to begin classes on time and in person. Fabi will begin training with his team in small groups for a possible spring season. The Section IV semifinal loss left the Owego senior questioning his future, until a conversation with his teammate changed his mind. “They had the most passion toward me. They asked me about my personal life, how school is for me,” he said. Rather than be defeated, Fabi pushed himself to keep training. “I kind of reacted to it slowly and was just like well I guess the only positive to take away from it is it gives you more time to get ready,” said Fabi. “I was really relying on lacrosse for my conditioning aspect because I’m running for two straight hours and going into that for college I would be perfectly fine,” said Fabi. Fabi adjusted to conditioning on his own. (WBNG) — Gio Fabi almost gave up on playing football. “I did take two days off but then I got right back to it because I know if I got into the two days off, three days off then four days off, it was just going to keep building into a week, two weeks, so I’ve just kind of kept going,” said Fabi. With no way of knowing when he’ll take the field as an Ithaca Bomber, Fabi is keeping his head up. “Like” Nicole Menner on Facebook and “Follow” her on Twitter. “Having to do it on my own and having limited gym access is hard, but I’m fighting my way through it,” he said. “The last M-E (Maine-Endwell) game, when we lost I kind of sat in the end zone and told myself that my body was done,” said Fabi. Signing to Ithaca was a bright spot after his senior year was tainted by the pandemic. Fabi missed out on a lot of big moments, including his senior lacrosse season. Then last week, the Liberty League announced the fall sports season was suspended, leaving Fabi with no football season his first semester.
White House hopeful Joe Biden on Tuesday unveiled an ambitious, $2 trillion climate change plan that would revamp the US energy sector and seek to achieve carbon pollution-free power in just 15 years.The clean energy proposal was fleshed out in a speech in Wilmington as the veteran Democrat drew a sharp contrast with President Donald Trump ahead of November’s election by arguing that fighting climate change would be a massive job creator under a Biden administration.Insisting that “there’s no more consequential challenge” today than climate change, Biden pledged to spend $2 trillion over four years to promote his plan, a dramatic acceleration of the $1.7 trillion he had proposed to spend over 10 years during the primary race. He reiterated that he would rejoin the Paris climate agreement that Trump quit in 2017, fund the construction of 1.5 million new energy efficient homes, upgrade appliance standards and prioritize renewable energy.”We’re not just going to tinker around the edges,” Biden said.”I know meeting the challenge will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to jolt new life into our economy.”Biden said he would reverse some 100 steps by Trump to roll back environmental regulations. He also recalled parts of his earlier climate proposal that would put the nation on the road to net zero emissions economy-wide no later than 2050. Topics : “Transforming the American electrical sector to produce power without producing carbon pollution… will be the greatest spurring of job creation and economic competitiveness in the 21st century,” Biden said. “That’s why we’re going to achieve a carbon pollution-free electric sector by the year 2035.”The plan also includes more ambitious goals than the proposal he released months ago when he ran as one of the more moderate Democrats in the party’s nomination race.By embracing some ideas of his progressive ex-rivals, including Senator Bernie Sanders and Washington Governor Jay Inslee, Biden appears intent on winning over progressive voters who might be wary of the former vice president’s more centrist positions. ‘Extreme’ Trump delivered a rebuttal hours later, accusing Biden of launching a “hard-left crusade against American energy” and pushing a platform “that would demolish the US economy.””He wants no oil and gas,” Trump said as he criticized Biden’s plan to reduce carbon emissions.One week earlier Biden unveiled a unity platform that incorporated positions from leftist Sanders, but Trump attacked it as “the most extreme platform of any major party nominee, by far, in American history.”Biden, who has refrained from campaigning publicly amid coronavirus outbreaks, berated Trump for failing to contain a pandemic which has killed 136,000 Americans, or set the right example by wearing a mask, something Trump finally did on Saturday.”I’m glad he made the shift,” Biden said of Trump appearing in a mask.”But Mr President, it’s not enough. We won’t be able to turn the corner and get the American people back to work safely without presidential leadership.”Biden leads Trump on most issues, according to polling, but voters still see the president as stronger on steering the US economy.
Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 6 Oct 2020 7:45 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.7kShares Advertisement Mesut Ozil has offered to pay the wages of Arsenal club mascot Gunnersaurus (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have responded to Mesut Ozil’s stunning offer to pay the wages of club mascot Gunnersaurus by insisting the world’s most notorious footballing dinosaur will return to work once the Emirates Stadium is open for business again.Jerry Quy, the man who has entertained fans of the club by donning the iconic green costume since 1993, was effectively made redundant earlier this week as a consequence of the covid-19 pandemic which has prevented supporters from attending home matches since early March.Ozil, who has been frozen out of the first team picture by manager Mikel Arteta, is the club’s highest earning player on £350,000-a-week and refused to join the rest of his team-mates by taking a 12.5% pay cut during the national lockdown.AdvertisementAdvertisementArsenal announced their decision to make 55 staff redundant earlier this summer, but Ozil has seemingly chosen to ride to the rescue of Quy and promised to pay his wages for as long as he is still employed the club. ADVERTISEMENTHe wrote on Instagram: ‘I was so sad that Jerry Quy aka our famous & loyal mascot @Gunnersaurus and integral part of our club was being made redundant after 27 years. Ian Wright was among the Arsenal legends who have aired their dissatisfaction at the demise of Gunnersaurus (Picture: Twitter)‘As such, I’m offering to reimburse @Arsenal with the full salary of our big green guy as long as I will be an Arsenal player…’Responding to Ozil’s act of kindness, an Arsenal spokeperson told ESPN: ‘Gunnersaurus is not extinct and will return to action when fans are allowed back at matches.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalWhile Gunnersaurus lives on, it is unclear whether or not it will be Quy who is employed to undetake the role and when that might be, given the government has rode back on its initial plans to partially reopen football statdiums this month. The likes of super fan Piers Morgan have reacted to Quy’s demise by calling out the club they support, with the GMB presenter tweeting yesterday: ‘You’re going nowhere @Gunnersaurus. I refuse to let @Arsenal sack you. Come on @m8arteta @Aubameyang7 – this is not what our club is about. #savegunnersaurus,’MORE: Holly Willoughby shares heartache after Arsenal mascot Gunnersaurus let go by club: ‘He’s a hero in our house’MORE: The key reason Thomas Partey wanted to leave Atletico and join ArsenalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Arsenal respond to Mesut Ozil’s incredible Gunnersaurus offer
The UK government has today launched a consultation on improving outcomes for defined contribution (DC) pension schemes, which encourages investment in a more diverse range of long-term assets, including illiquid products such as venture capital and green infrastructure.The consultation, which runs until 30 October 2020, is the government’s response to the February 2019 consultation Investment Innovation and Future Consolidation.In addition to promoting investment portfolio diversification, it also consults further on changes to regulations and statutory guidance designed to improve DC pension scheme governance, and signal the UK’s commitment to transparent disclosure to scheme members.Under diversification, the government is proposing amendments to the charge cap to accommodate performance fees in order to facilitate investment in illiquid investments, and “to put the exclusion of physical assets on a statutory footing”, it said. “We also announce our intention to develop a further alternative option for schemes to use in calculating performance fees, to facilitate investment in less liquid assets such as venture capital,” it added.Guy Opperman, minister for pensions and financial inclusion, said: “We want all pensions scheme members to benefit from efficient administration, first class investment governance, and access to diversified investment strategies.”He added that it is important to “encourage scale and innovation by pension schemes, and help drive new investment in important sectors of the economy as we build back better”.LCP welcomed the government’s relaxation of charge cap rules which should free up further interest and support for illiquid assets.“It’s also interesting to see the greater clarity and support to hold physical assets outside of the charge cap restrictions, clearly highlighting the intent to allow infrastructure focused investments. The charge cap relaxations and clarities offered are going to help significantly with enhancing investment strategy design,” the consultancy added.ConsolidationAdditional steps to encourage the consolidation of smaller pension schemes into larger schemes are also included in the consultation.“We believe consolidation is the most effective way to ensure that all savers are receiving the best value from well governed schemes that can achieve economies of scale,” the consultation paper noted, adding that consolidation will also deliver greater opportunities for members to access a more diverse range of investment products and investment strategies.Of around 3,000 DC schemes on The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) register, approximately 2,150 have 100 members or less. Of these, approximately 850 have between 12 and 100 members and 1,300 have less than 12 members.Most smaller schemes are also paying higher charges than larger schemes, with average charges in smaller schemes nearly double that of the largest schemes. Members of some of these smaller schemes are therefore likely to achieve better value in a larger scheme, the paper concluded.“We propose that the new value for members assessment applies for schemes with less than £100m in total assets that have been operating for at least three years at the end of the previous scheme year from when their chair’s statement falls due,” it said.LCP believes the £100m (€106m) mark for smaller schemes “seems a good level for requiring them to assess whether they offer value for money compared to the market”.The full consultation can be found here.Looking for IPE’s latest magazine? Read the digital edition here.
Fritsch was sworn in as a Batesville City Council member of April 1.Monday marks the first meeting for a new city council member in Batesville.Jim Fritsch was elected to the District 3 seat following the departure of Bob Narwold.Narwold held the post for ten years prior to accepting a position with the Batesville Buildings department.Batesville’s Board of Works and City Council meeting will be the first as a member for Fritsch. Members are expected to weigh in on several issues including a parking ordinance restriction, fireman’s PERF and also discuss a proposed shell building.The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Batesville Memorial Building.
Dubai: A strong bowling performance followed by some power-packed batting saw India thrash arch rivals Pakistan by eight wickets in their Group A clash of the Asia Cup cricket tournament here on Wednesday.Asked to field first, three-wicket hauls from pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar and part-time off-spinner Kedar Jadhav enabled India to restrict Pakistan to a paltry 162. Bhuvneshwar returned figures of 3/15 while Jadhav got 3/23.In reply, a quickfire half-century by Rohit Sharma and his 86-run opening stand with Shikhar Dhawan saw India comfortably overhaul the target with a whopping 21 overs to spare.Rohit plundered 52 runs off 39 deliveries, hitting six boundaries and three sixes along the way.Dhawan scored 46 runs off 54 balls before a loose shot to a Faheem Ashraf delivery handed an easy catch to Babar Azam at point.Following the duo’s departure, Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthick ensured that India crossed the line without losing any more wickets.Earlier, the Pakistan batsmen never really found any momentum as they lost wickets at regular intervals. Pakistan got off to a slow start and could only manage 25/2 in the first 10 overs.Man of the match Bhuvneshwar sent back openers Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman early on to leave Pakistan struggling with two wickets down after 4.1 overs with just two runs on the board.Shoiab Malik and Babar Azam then got going well and negotiated the spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal — who went wicketless — and Kuldeep well. The pair stitched together an 82-run stand for the third wicket.Left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav triggered Pakistan’s slide with a brilliantly executed wrong un’ that outfoxed Pakistan’s best batsman Babar Azam (47) when he was looking good along with Shoaib Malik (43).Jadhav removed Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed (6) around the halfway mark of the first innings before accounting for Asif Ali (9) and Shadab Khan (8). That saw Pakistan, who were relatively comfortably placed at 85/2 at one point, collapsing to 121/7.From then on, Pakistan could never recover.Brief scores:Pakistan: 162 in 43.1 overs (Babar Azam 47, Shoaib Malik 43; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 3/15, Kedar Jadhav 3/23).India: 164/2 in 29 overs (Rohit Sharma 52, Shikhar Dhawan 46)(IANS)
RHT Jammers sink Hopetown Stealers (57-45)By Colin Bynoe (Jr)ROSE Hall Town Jammers defeated Hopetown Stealers 57-45, in the Berbice Amateur Basketball Association 2017 Tournament, which continued last Sunday with a second-round match-up at the Lichfield Basketball Court.The venue was changed from Hopetown to Lichfield because of the inclement weather.When the game began, RHT Jammers maintained steady positions, Roy Murray opened up the game for the Jammers with an easy layup. The visitors had many scoring opportunities in the first quarter. Stealers turned the ball over many times, and they never look threatening.At the end of the first quarter, the RHT Jammers led 17-11. Hopetown Stealers found some momentum in the second quarter, which saw them claw their way back. When the halftime whistle blew, the score was 24-20 in favour of the Jammers.In the second half of the contest, the ball was distributed evenly, as the Jammers looked ominous to extend their lead. For the entire game, Jammers maintained their dominance.As Roy Murray continued his shooting exploits, he got excellent support from Mikel Lewis with 15 and David Hope poured in 11 points. Murray of the Jammers ended with a game-high 21 points while for the loosing Hopetown Stealers, Ruel Edwards and Kelon Webster sank 18 and 13 points each.The game ended 57-45.In the next round of the tournament Ithaca Hardliners will battle Canje Knight at the Vryman’s Erven Basketball Court in New Amsterdam.Six teams are involved in the competition, which is being played on a robin-robin basis.Zone AZone BCanje KnightRose Hall Town JammersFyrish Black SharkN/A WarriorsIthaca HardlinersHopetown StealersThe tournament is being organised by the president of the Berbice Basketball Association Vibert Garrett.Trophy, cash and other incentives are up for grabs.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Wellington head coach Tyler Ryan has been a head football coach for six years now – three of those in Wellington. He said in those six years, he never had a player suffer an ACL tear.Now he has seen two in consecutive weeks.Austin DunnThe diagnosis came back on Wellington senior running back Austin Dunnâ€™s knee Wednesday and it was an ACL tear much to the chagrin of the Crusader Nation. He is out for the year. This marks the second consecutive week Wellington suffered a huge loss. Andrew Pelkey, a starting linebacker, is out for the season with an ACL tear after the season opener.You canâ€™t sugar coat this one. This is a blow to the WHS football program. Dunn was the zig to Wellingtonâ€™s throwing zag. He was a power back and kept the defenses honest thus allowing Trevor Nance to throw more openly to his receivers. He was good for a 3-yard pickup for a first down.But you know what? Thatâ€™s football and now Wellington must come up with another plan.Â Ryan said he will be using the running back by committee approach for the rest of the season. Connor Phelps, who was playing a lot of receiver, will be repositioned at running back. Lane Beard and Jaden Hines will share carries in the running back spot.â€œThe benefit to having 19 seniors is it makes it easier to replace someone else,â€ Ryan said.Elsewhere, Wellington is looking a little bit beat up as well. Ryan would not elaborate, but there are boys with some sprains and bruises.Although losing these two starters is a terrible blow, if you are a glass is half-full kind of guy, this might be the best time for it. The Crusaders are not embarking on their toughest part of the schedule. If Wellington can convalesce and adjust these next two weeks, that could help them when Andale comes to town in three weeks.The Crusaders travel to Circle this Friday at 7 p.m.Circle has had a rough start, losing to Chapman 47-19 and Wichita Collegiate 35-6. Circle has also been the one team Wellington has had its most success against over the past couple of years. Wellington won its first game under Ryan in 2012 with a 36-12 victory in Towanda. Last season, Wellington was 3-0 after a 43-0 shellacking at Sellers Park.This doesnâ€™t mean Wellington is guaranteed victory tomorrow night. Circle has potential.â€œThey have a nice back who is 190 pounds by the name of Justin Wright,â€ Ryan said. â€œHeâ€™s got great speed and endurance. He can hurt us.â€™Again, this will be a team with a flex bone offense similar to those run by Augusta and Goddard Eisenhower.â€œThey have some speed,â€ Ryan said. 6412Alejandro VargasOL6’0185 209Trey CaryRB5’8135 312Adam ConditTE6’1190 3412Austin DunnRB6’0210 Series history: Wellington is 11-1 against Circle and 2-0 under Ryan, who graduated from the school.Circle (11-1)2000 – Wellington 35 Circle 02001 – Wellington 34 Circle 72001 – Wellington 35 Circle 7 district2002 – Wellington 45 Circle 02003 – Wellington 33 Circle 72006 – Wellington 7 Circle 32007 – Wellington 21 Circle 02008 – Wellington 33 Circle 82009 – Wellington 23 Circle 182010 – Wellington 19 Circle 382011 – Wellington 57 Circle 192012 – Wellington 36 Circle 122013 – Wellington 43 Circle 0 6210Chance WilsonOL5’5165 10-3 Andale Home 1510Carson LeGrandWR5’8145 7112Skylar BrandOL5’11220 811Monty BannisterRB5’10140 269Ethan RedfordRB5’6140 Follow the game: Internet: Live twitter blogs on this site, Sumner Newscow. Twitter: Follow us at Cueballnewscow. Radio: Adrian Young, play-by-play, KLEY-AM 1130. Television: Sumner Cable TV, Channel 5 (audio). Photos and recaps: wellington.cc and Sumner Newscow. 9-26 Clearwater Home 519Ian GroomOL5’11180 10-10 @ Collegiate Away 249AJ SnipesRB6’0140 10-24 @ Mulvane Away 999Andrew JohnsonOL5’10250 1410Dylan GoodmanQB5’10165 699Jack HeimerOL5’10180 NumberGradeNamePositionHeightWeight 212Trevor NanceQB6’5210 139Brayden MorganRB5’7145 412Lane BeardRB5’8155 8910Chris KopTE6’1193 Circle:Â Chapman 47 Circle 19Wichita Collegiate 35 Circle 6. 79Cade PhelpsQB6’1155 4610Brad McBathTE6’0190 3712Jaden HinesRB5’7195 Wellingtonâ€™s roster:Â 8811Skyler StrubleTE5’11160 339Logan JonesRB6’1188 1212Zach BodkinsTE6’0175 Game’s significance: It is the league opener. League games are always essential. 6011Wyatt WitmerOL5’9215 1611Jared ShieldsWR6’2165 511Connor PhelpsWR6’1185 4011Bryce OldridgeWR5’8143 2112Andrew PelkeyRB6’0170 DATE OPPONENT HOME/AWAY9-5 Wellington 27 Augusta 13. Injury situation: On a scale of 1 in 100 with 100 being the best, Wellington is about a negative 315. 6312Joey LewallenOL5’10205 2512Brad WarnerWR6’0163 6511Jason NorrisOL6’2260 599Brandon OlesonOL5’8190 3012Ian KingWR5’7145 Wellington-Circle game at a glance:League opener: Wellington (2-0) at Circle (0-2), Friday at 7 p.m. 1812Austin PfalzgrafWR6’1165 5210Seth SmithOL5’9160 819Ty WilsonTE5’7150 7210Connor BurnettOL6’2320 419Kadin HeacockRB5’8135 1012Colin ReichenbergerWR6’0160 879Joeseph ParsonTE6’2180 6111Josh AmosOL6’1270 9-12 Wellington 34 Goddard Eisenhower 0. 859Jack WaltonTE6’2190 910Derek DriskellRB5’5130 7010Levi PrestonOL6’0170 Follow us on Twitter. 7712Trey CoulterOL6’1295 How to get there: Oh, the many roads you can travel. The best and fastest way is to take the Kansas Turnpike to the south El Dorado exit turn right onto K-254 for 3.2 miles and then turn left onto SW Ohio Street Road where you will see the football field lights. If you donâ€™t want to pay the toll, find your own way cheapskate. Just kidding. Go up I-135 to the 245 exit and come in from the west. Either way it will take you one hour and 5 minutes. 4210Dylan FergusonRB5’11163 612Brenton TroutmanTE6’0175 789Braiden BureshOL5’10215 799Andre FowlerOL6’1230 7412Vince AstOL6’0175 5610Michael BillingtonRB5’7162 279Malachi TidwellRB5’7118 10-17 Rose Hill Home Intangible fact: Colin Reichenberger is closing in on a couple more receiving records. The Wellington High School all-time career reception record set by Danny Crittenden of 1,484 yards in 1996-97 is in jeopardy. Reichenberger currently has 1,423 which is 61 yards short of the WHS record. Reichenberger also has 64 career receptions which puts him 14 short of Crittenden who has 80â€¦ The last time Wellington was 2-0 was last season. The last time Wellington was 3-0 was last season when it beat Goddard, Concordia, and Augusta. It is week #4 that Wellington has trouble getting past. Game night weather: A whole heck of a lot warmer than last Fridayâ€™s game. Temperatures will be in the upper 80s and no chance of rain. 5311Ryan OlsonOL5’7140 7511Jace LoweOL5’11240 10-31 @ Ulysses Away 3111Remington GilkeyWR5’11150 689Matthew McCombOL5’9230 1112Jace BrunsTE6’2170 509Jared OathoutOL6’0180 229Aaron SchoemannRB6’0160 9-19 @ Circle Away 589Gabe SmithOL6’1215 8410Lane MorganTE6’1185 8012Drake SteinbachOL5’9185 â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Competing schedules:Â 2014 SCHEDULE 5710Lukas SoriaOL5’9155 5411Nick HydeOL6’1215 449Christian ClaytonTE6’1185 4510Tristin WithamRB5’7145 2312Joey HaydonWR5’10170 559Jaden AdamsOL5’7160 6610David MatlockOL5’10173 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Suit up and play hard! #Crusaderpride Report Reply 0 replies · active 308 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down RestaurantGuRu · 307 weeks ago how much does the game cost to get into for 1 adult and 1 child who is 4? I would like to go to the game but am on a budget! Report Reply 0 replies · active 307 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down David · 307 weeks ago I believe Adults are $6.00 and kids are $4.00. Away game this Friday in Circle. Next Friday is home though. Report Reply 0 replies · active 307 weeks ago 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. 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