A mother who on Tuesday appeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty charged with endangering her infant was ordered to pay a fine of 0,000 or face an alternative sentence of three months in prison.Jewel Coates, 35, of West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts and was not required to plead to the charge.It is alleged that on September 30, 2016, she wilfully contributed to her three-week-old child being in need of protective intervention.During the hearing, Coates told the Magistrate that she did not want the infant anymore and as such, decided to get rid of her.She explained that her decision stemmed from frustration over problems with the child’s father.However, the prosecution contended that on the day in question, Coates was followed by family members after she left with the child.According to a member of the family, Coates put the baby on the roadway and walked away, but subsequently returned after a dog approached the child.She picked up the child and took her to another location where she once again put the child on the corner of the road and ran away.The child was picked up and the matter was reported to the East Ruimveldt Police Outpost. Coates was later arrested and charged for the offence.
CHATSWORTH – Funeral services will be held in Chatsworth today for a Los Angeles police officer killed in a freeway crash last weekend, only hours before an LAPD colleague was found dead as a result of a separate accident on the same freeway. The service for LAPD Detective George “Mike” Selleh, 52, of Simi Valley will begin at 10 a.m. at The Church at Rocky Peak. Selleh was driving his personal motorcycle on the southbound Hollywood (101) Freeway about 3:20 a.m. last Sunday when it struck a car that had crashed into the center divider moments earlier near the Highland Avenue exit, the California Highway Patrol reported. Selleh, who was assigned to the LAPD’s Mission Station, was on his way to provide security at a movie shoot. A 29-year veteran of the LAPD who once worked as a narcotics officer, he is survived by his wife, a 20-year-old son, an 18-year-old daughter and two sisters. About seven hours after Selleh was killed, LAPD Officer David Rodriguez, 33, of Palmdale, was found dead in his car in the center median of the eastbound Ventura (101) Freeway near the San Diego (405) Freeway in Sherman Oaks. Services for Rodriguez will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Baptist de la Salle Catholic Church, 10738 Hayvenhurst Ave., in Granada Hills. Rodriguez was traveling east on the 101 Freeway when his 2004 Mazda hit a guardrail near Sepulveda Boulevard and overturned, according to the CHP. Rodriguez, who had been with the LAPD for 4 1/2 years, worked out of the North Hollywood Station, where the patrol officer was recently assigned to the gang unit. He is survived by his mother and a brother. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Leicester City star Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association for his reaction to receiving a red card against West Ham on Sunday.Vardy reacted angrily to Jon Moss’ decision to send off the Englishman for diving and could face a further ban, in addition to the automatic one-game suspension for being sent off.The 29-year-old will already miss the Foxes’ game with Swansea but is now also in danger of being suspended for their trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United.Chelsea striker Diego Costa received a similar charge following his reaction to being sent off against Everton earlier in the season and was dealt a further one-game ban and a fine of £20,000.Leicester City Football Club have also been charged by the FA for failing to control their players following the awarding of an 83rd minute penalty to the Hammers.Both the player and the club have until 6pm on Thursday 21 April 2016 to reply to their charge. Jamie Vardy reacted angrily to referee Jon Moss’ decision to send him off 1
So the students are seeking a local celebrity act who can help out or donate their time. For more information, call Cowan’s class at (661) 538-0304, ext. 246. “We are looking for celebrity talent. This is kids trying to further their education,” Bishop said. In the meantime, the students have been auditioning student rock bands, dancers and singers to perform at the concert. The students made a Power Point presentation to Antelope Valley Nissan Superstore in Palmdale, where Bishop’s father is service manager, and asked the car dealership to sponsor the event. “We talked about the benefits for them and us, helping us further our education, and putting their name and ROP’s name out,” Bishop said. The dealership agreed and is contributing more than $7,000 to sponsor the concert, including getting the venue, providing lighting and helping with advertising. “It was a couple of things. One was it’s our own community, and the ROP class did a great job in doing the presentation,” said Keith Turner, Antelope Valley Nissan’s general sales manager. Senior Leah Lippincott, who is manager of advertising and marketing for the concert, said the students this year decided to have a collaborative senior project. The ROP project management class plans events at Highland such as college information night and other school events. “We also learn about business and entrepreneurship and running your own business,” Lippincott said. firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PALMDALE – Twenty-seven Highland High School students are auditioning local talent and hunting for a celebrity headliner act for a benefit concert that will raise scholarship money for students in high school vocational training programs. With financial help from a local car dealership, where the father of one student works, the group has booked a hall at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds Nov. 11 for the “Dollars for Scholars Benefit Concert.” The organizers’ goal is to raise $24,000. Highland senior William Bishop said he got the idea for the concert after attending a Regional Occupational Program scholarship event at the end of last school year. “These were bright kids attending four-year universities. I sat there and watched them get $1,500 checks. But they are going to a four-year university and only getting $1,500. That covers a class and a book,” Bishop said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe joys and headaches of holiday travel: John Phillips“The next day I sat down and asked how can we increase scholarship funds and said let’s have a concert with famous celebrity guests,” Bishop said. The students are in an ROP project management class and are putting on the concert as part of their senior project, a graduation requirement. The concert will take place from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Nov. 11 at the J.P. Eliopulos Pavilion. Tickets bought in advance cost $20, at the door, $25. “I think it’s excellent. It’s nothing for themselves. It’s the first time it’s being done. It’s a project for students being run by students,” said Daphene Cowan, the project management class teacher. The students had hoped to sign Pretty Ricky, a hip hop ensemble, to perform, but the group at the last minute said they had to go to Japan to film a music video.
Female action star: Kate Beckinsale, Halle Berry, Uma Thurman. Male action star: Johnny Depp, Samuel L. Jackson, Jet Li. On-screen matchup: Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn in “The Break-Up”; Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Departed”; Johnny Depp and Keira Knightly in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest.” Female singer: Faith Hill, Shakira, Carrie Underwood. Male singer: Trace Adkins, Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith. Group: Black Eyed Peas, Nickelback, Red Hot Chili Peppers. Pop song: “Hips Don’t Lie,” Shakira; “Promiscuous,” Nelly Furtado; “Stupid Girls,” Pink. Rock song: “Call Me When You’re Sober,” Evanescence; “Dani California,” Red Hot Chili Peppers; “Who Says You Can’t Go Home,” Bon Jovi. R&B song: “Ain’t No Other Man,” Christina Aguilera; “Sexyback,” Justin Timberlake; “Shake It Off,” Mariah Carey. Hip-Hop song: “Grillz,” Nelly; “Ridin’,” Chamillionaire; “Shake That,” Eminem. Country song: “Before He Cheats,” Carrie Underwood; “What Hurts the Most,” Rascal Flatts; “When the Stars Go Blue,” Tim McGraw. TV comedy: “The King of Queens,” “My Name Is Earl,” “Two and a Half Men.” Animated TV comedy: “Family Guy,” “King of the Hill,” “The Simpsons.” TV drama: “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “House.” Competition/Reality show: “American Idol,” “Deal or No Deal,” “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” Talk-show host: Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, Oprah Winfrey. Female TV star: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Eva Longoria, Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Male TV star: Patrick Dempsey, Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Johnny Depp, Halle Berry, Jennifer Aniston, Ellen DeGeneres, Carrie Underwood and Shakira lead the nominees for the 33rd annual People’s Choice Awards. The nominations were announced Tuesday at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills by Neil Patrick Harris, Alyson Hannigan, Isaiah Washington and Kate Walsh. Internet research firm Knowledge Networks called on pop-culture fans to help determine the nominees. The public can help choose the winners online at www.pcavote.com. The CBS-TV show will be broadcast from the Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 9. A second round of nominees for categories that include favorite movie, new TV comedy and remake of a song will be announced later. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’The first round nominees are: Female movie star: Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock. Male movie star: Johnny Depp, Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington. Leading lady: Cameron Diaz, Kirsten Dunst, Scarlett Johansson. Leading man: Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, Vince Vaughn.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: John Jackson greets a Christmas that he wasn’t sure he’d see160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! DETROIT — DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group will unveil a restructuring plan that includes job cuts and plant closures when it releases its 2006 earnings in February, a company official said Friday. The official, who did not want to be identified because he is not authorized to speak about the plan, said the restructuring won’t be as drastic as in 2001, when Chrysler shed 40,000 employees with layoffs and the sale of component plants. Company spokesman Jason Vines would not comment on the plan, details of which were reported by The Detroit News on Friday. DaimlerChrysler’s shares fell 43 cents, or 0.7 percent, to $60.80 on the New York Stock Exchange. Industry analysts have predicted job cuts and up to two plant closures as Chrysler moves to stem losses. The company lost $1.5 billion in the third quarter, and its sales were down 7.7 percent through November compared to sales in the first 11 months of last year. Chrysler Chief Executive Officer Tom LaSorda has said he does not expect widespread buyout and early retirement offers to be included in the restructuring. Domestic competitors Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. both offered buyouts to all their hourly workers earlier this year. About 38,000 Ford workers signed up for the offers, while 34,000 GM employees have decided to leave the company. LaSorda has been giving the DaimlerChrysler governing board updates on the restructuring at its meetings, the official said. The board last met on Wednesday. Analysts have speculated that a Chrysler plant in Newark, Del., that makes large sport utility vehicles and one in St. Louis that makes pickup trucks are likely to be closed when the restructuring is announced. DaimlerChrysler AG plans to make its 2006 earnings announcement at Chrysler Group’s Auburn Hills headquarters on Feb. 14. Company officials have said previously that they are looking for cost cuts in all operations and that the results would be unveiled in the first quarter of next year. In July, the company began to look for cuts amounting to $1,000 per car, but expanded its cost-cutting efforts in September after the dramatic third-quarter loss.
Cloonacool52038366174 St Farnan’s32016148134 Castleconnor G.A.A Club2101544682 TEAMPLDWONDRAWLOSTFORAGAINSTDIFFPOINTS St Mary’s50053187-560 Tubbercurry GAA Club6204989354 Owenmore Gaels54019062288 Easkey7511121932811 St Molaise Gaels7313979527 St John’s730491105-146 Curry/Curraigh7115105119-143 Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 1Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), St Mary’s 2-6 Tourlestrane 1-16Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), CooleraStrandhill 3-8 Tubbercurry 5-12Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), Coolaney/Mullinabreena 2-19 St Molaise Gaels 2-16Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), Curry 1-18 Eastern Harps 0-12Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), Shamrock Gaels 2-11 Drumcliffe/Rosses Pt 0-6 Tuarloistreáin/Tourlestrane41036958112 St Farnan’s710677101-242 Cúil Áine / Mullach na Bréine / Coolaney / Mullinabreena75111351211411 Enniscrone/Kilglass7313121103187 TEAMPLDWONDRAWLOSTFORAGAINSTDIFFPOINTS Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 2 Castleconnor G.A.A Club63219484108 Cúil Irra/Leathros/CooleraStrandhill410342100-582 Bunninadden7313109114-57 St Patrick’s711589118-293 Shamrock Gaels/Gaeil na Seamróige7403909008 Drumcliffe/Rosses Point GAA club712485104-194 St Michael’s/Naomh Mícheál710656116-602 Tuarloistreáin/Tourlestrane7610112773513 Shamrock Gaels/Gaeil na Seamróige510464103-392 TEAMPLDWONDRAWLOSTFORAGAINSTDIFFPOINTS St Molaise Gaels43018866226 Owenmore Gaels31024779-322 Calry/St Joseph’s7601123744912 Cúil Áine / Mullach na Bréine / Coolaney / Mullinabreena44009638588 St Mary’s75021231022110 Eastern Harps61146387-243 TEAMPLDWONDRAWLOSTFORAGAINSTDIFFPOINTS Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 2Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), St Patrick’s/Dromard 0-9 St Michael’s 2-8Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), Easkey 3-11 Calry/St Joseph’s 0-10Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), Castleconnor 2-16 St John’s 1-14Sun, 10 Jun, (Round: Round 7), St Farnan’s 2-16 Enniscrone/Kilglass 3-10 Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 3Sat, 09 Jun, (Round: Round 5), Cloonacool 0-11 Shamrock Gaels 2-8 Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 4 Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 3 Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 4Fri, 08 Jun, (Round: Round 4), Owenmore Gaels 1-6 Drumcliffe/Rosses Pt 6-15Sat, 09 Jun, (Round: Round 4), St Molaise Gaels 3-19 CooleraStrandhill 1-5 Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 1 Drumcliffe/Rosses Point GAA club42028060204 Geevagh650196692710 Calry/St Joseph’s30033965-260 Ballymote Round Towers44008826628 Eastern Harps53025565-106 Curry/Curraigh54016679-138 Cúil Irra/Leathros/CooleraStrandhill721483103-205 Easkey31025661-52
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Oh, I almost forgot! If you haven’t seen part 1 (where I talk about the rooms, room views and transportation) check that out below.Have ideas for future videos? Let me know in the comments! Share This!I’m finally here with part 2 of my BoardWalk Inn review!Here, I delve into the dining options, pools, recreation and amenities.You’ve all been so patient, so I won’t keep you waiting any longer.Check it out below!
[View the story “#Nextchat RECAP: Social Media and Productivity” on Storify] On August 28, @weknownext chatted with special guests, HR and Social Media “Nextperts,” Aliah Wright (@1SHRMScribe), Jay Kuhns (@JayKuhns), Jessica Miller (@blogging4jobs) and LarsSchmidt (@thisisLars) to discuss Social Media and Productivity. The chat occurred live on Spreecast and on Twitter.In case you missed it, here is the recorded Spreecast and all of the great tweets from the chat…