Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – A City of Jamestown man was charged for allegedly driving while intoxicated following a vehicle stop overnight.Jamestown Police say Christopher Severn, 30, was pulled over after striking a curb near the intersection of Willard and Swan Streets just after 12:30 a.m.Through investigation officers alleged that Severn was driving while in an intoxicated condition.Police say Severn was taken to Jamestown City Jail where he submitted a chemical test to determine his blood-alcohol concentration. The test, officers say, resulted in BAC over the legal limit of .08%. Additionally, police say Severn was driving on a suspended license.Severn is charged with improper or unsafe turn without signaling, failure to keep right, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, DWI and DWI per se. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr In times of national emergency or market disruption, scammers capitalize on public fear to take advantage of vulnerable consumers. FinCEN and many other organizations have issued warnings and red flags to help financial institutions and their customers identify and stop potential scams, including:Imposter scamsThe World Health Organization and other agencies are being impersonated in an attempt to obtain money and/or sensitive information from computers. FinCEN has also issued warnings on fraudulent charities and crowdfunding efforts. Following are some tips to follow and pass along to your consumers:Check the website domain for spelling errors or inconsistencies—most charities use “.org,” and WHO only uses “.int”Be wary of organizations directly contacting you asking for money or personal information continue reading »
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SHARE TWEET Public Health, Substance Use Disorder, The Blog, Videos Every day, we lose ten Pennsylvanians to the disease of opioid addiction. 3,500 Pennsylvanians lost their lives in 2015 alone.Governor Wolf and members of his administration have been traveling the commonwealth, making over 60 stops across the state to talk to people affected by this public health crisis.In late September, Governor Wolf addressed a joint session of the General Assembly to call for legislation that would battle the disease of addiction, and on November 2nd, Governor Wolf signed five bills that combat Pennsylvania’s opioid epidemic.Senate Bill 1202 strengthens the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.Senate Bill 1367 and House Bill 1699 restrict the number of pills that can be prescribed to minors or emergency rooms patients.Senate Bill 1368 establishes education curriculum on safe prescribing.House Bill 1737 creates more locations for the drop-off of prescription drugs. By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Working Together to Combat Pennsylvania’s Opioid Epidemic (VIDEO) November 05, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
A relocated Queenslander at Heritage Crescent in Dayboro being set into place. Picture: AAP Image/Claudia Baxter.QUEENSLAND househunters have been landing residential properties at about a third of the cost of brand new, as a rise in development sparks a surge in removals and “home deliveries”.Home relocations are saving owners thousands on the cost of their next home — with the trend now so popular one suburb has a whole street of them.Kevin Wright of Queensland House Removals said his firm alone was moving about two houses a week off development sites in Brisbane at an average cost of $60,000 a house to new owners who also pay about $40,000 for council and other approvals, utility connections and finishes in the new site.“It’s the ultimate recycling,” he said. “We buy old houses that would potentially be demolished. Often we’ll take it from (the development site) straight to where it will end up.” Lower costs out of removal homes were key to their popularity. Leigh Hutton outside a renovated Queenslander at Heritage Crescent, Dayboro. Picture: AAP Image/Claudia Baxter.“Here you can move a house 8.5m wide, in NSW it’s 5.5m wide. In Queensland quite a few do get shipped whole but obviously the biggest houses go in pieces.”Apart from a suitable block of land to move the home to, a buyer would also need enough cash in the bank to buy and move the home.“The banks won’t attribute value to the house until it’s on site so the house will need to be paid for beforehand.”Real estate agent and renovator Leigh Hutton has such a passion for old homes, she’s saved several by moving them into Heritage Crescent in Dayboro.“By the time Heritage Homes are finished they’ll have seven in Heritage Crescent,” she said.Among those who’ve bought land off Heritage Homes was a Brisbane family who sold their land to a developer but took their family home with them to Dayboro.She said the Wrights at QHR handled all the council paperwork, approvals, engineering, drafting, plumbing applications for her.“Queenslanders are built so well that they can handle the trip, be put back together and in a matter of a few days you can essentially move in to a house with soul, character and heart.” FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK FREE: GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REALESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO INBOX Work continuing on one of the relocated homes. Picture: AAP Image/Claudia Baxter.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoHouses supported by chains and braces could often could be taken in one piece on the back of a large truck, but were sometimes cut into three or four pieces — “then we piece it back together like Lego”.Guy Drake of Drake Homes currently has a five bedroom Enoggera removal house on the market for $59,900 — which included delivery costs within 100km of the site.“Pretty much cost is what’s driving people to buy them. It’s a much cheaper alternative to building new if you get the right house,” he said. As well “the feel-good of recycling, helping save the environment and saving our heritage” were driving forces. “They just aren’t building homes like these any more.”Mr Drake said the recent season of reality TV show The Block saw removal homes cut in two and reconnected on site because of road restrictions — something that was not as much a problem in Queensland. Heritage Crescent is a specially created street made up of “home deliveries”. Picture: AAP Image/Claudia Baxter. This five bedroom Enoggera house can be delivered and restumped for $59,900. Relocated homes like this one were rescued from demolition. Picture: AAP Image/Claudia Baxter.
905e Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoMs Brunt described the property as resort-style with spectacular Hinterland views.“The Brisbane buyers fell in love with the quality of the home and the views,” she said.“It’s five stars. There’s plenty of space for their extended family and it’s all one level — it’s a very attractive home.”The property commands a 180-degree mountain range view and is situated 435m above sea level.Vendors Suzanne and Richard Swain bought the 4.815ha block in 2010. “When we found the block we fell in love with the views,” Mrs Swain told the Bulletin when the property hit the market last year. ” “The cloud formations over the valley in the morning makes it feel like you’re waking up and looking out of a plane window.” 905e Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain.The property first hit the market in June, 2017.However, Colleen Brunt and Nick Zhang of Amir Mian Prestige Property Agents took over the marketing in February, 2018.“We probably had it on our books for three to four months before we hit the market hard,” Ms Brunt said.“We were very specific with the market we targeted and streamlined our marketing and targeted who we thought would be the best audience. “Within three weeks we were discussing contracts.” 905e Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain.Mandalay is the third highest residential sale on the mountain. “We’re finding that the big properties on Tamborine Mountain are attracting a lot of inquiry from Brisbane,” Ms Brunt said. “Some inquiry is also coming from interstate — it’s not so much people wanting to move up there but people wanting to own a retreat up there on the mountain.” 905e Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain.Two years later the couple created the home. “When we were designing it, our brief to the builders was to have a home with a view from every room,” she said.Raw materials are showcased in the interiors with stone, timber and glass while soaring 3m ceilings and wide hallways create a sense of space. A fish pond surrounds the alfresco area and a larger pond creates a garden feature.CoreLogic records show the highest sale on Tamborine Mountain is $5.5 million in 2016 for a mega mansion reminiscent of The Great Gatsby-era. 905e Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain.A SPRAWLING Tamborine Mountain property has sold for $2.9 million — the highest sale in the suburb this year.A Brisbane buyer bought Mandalay, a luxury five-bedroom retreat with a contemporary Asian style, at 905E Main Western Rd.
Police identified the suspect as36-year-old resident Wakang Flores. The 27-year-old resident LeubertSaluta sustained a stab wound on the body, a police report showed. Officers of the Sipalay City policestation conducted a manhunt operation against Flores, who fled after theincident./PN According to police investigation,Flores stabbed Saluta during a drinking session on Nov. 10. Bacolod City – A man was stabbed in Barangay Manlucahoc, Sipalay City,Negros Occidental. Saluta was brought to Sipalay CityInfirmary for medical treatment.
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Manchester United have identified England stars Jadon Sancho and James Maddison as their No 1 transfer targets for next summer. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made his intentions clear of continuing his recruitment policy of signing young homegrown players. Contingency plans have already been drawn up for next summer and according to ESPN, Borussia Dortmund star Sancho is top of their list alongside Leicester midfielder Maddison. United splashed out nearly £150 million to bring Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James to Old Trafford, but Solskjaer has highlighted a need to bolster his attacking ranks following the departures of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to Inter Milan. United had expressed initial interest in Sancho last winter and have not been put off pursuing the 19-year-old despite him signing a contract extension at Dortmund just last month. Solskjaer got to take a closer look at Maddison after his United side claimed a narrow 1-0 victory over Leicester at the weekend. United are reportedly willing to pay Leicester’s £70m valuation Maddison next summer. Other British names on United’s wishlist include Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson and Stoke defender Nathan Collins. Solskjaer’s men have made a decent start to the Premier League season and sit in fourth place on eight points after five games.Tags: Aaron Wan-BissakaDaniel JamesHarry MaguireJadon SanchoJames MaddisonManchester UnitedOle Gunnar SolskjaerRomelu Lukaku
RelatedPosts Ahead 2020/21 season: LMC fixes date for Club Licensing application Breaking: NFF adopts PPG, sets new date for league kick off Kidnappers free Enyimba midfielder, Abia Comets player Enyimba Football Club will open their defence of the Nigeria Professional Football League with a match day two fixture against Katsina United at the Muhammadu Dikko Stadium today. The People’s Elephant were on standby on the season’s opening matchday last weekend owing to the club’s involvement in the CAF Confederation Cup. Today’s fixture at the Muhammadu Dikko Stadium offers Enyimba’s in form striker Martins Usule the chance to make his NPFL debut for team, interestingly, against his former side. Having spent five seasons with the Changi Boys, during which he scored 44 goals, the stocky forward cuts a cult figure among the local fans. Usule has already netted twice in his last two matches for Enyimba, and the forward expects to meet a favourable atmosphere at the Muhammadu Dikko Stadium. “I am not under pressure to score (because) I know goals come naturally,” Usule began. “I’m going to expect a very huge atmosphere because I was loved in this place and I know that same spirit will still come up in tomorrow’s game. There is no doubt about that. “It’s important for us to start on a winning note because there’s a spirit of winning. Once you start a game in a competition with a win, that spirit moves you on; so it’s good for us to start with a win.”Tags: Enyimba FCNigeria Professional Football League
RelatedPosts Mike Tyson comeback fight postponed Mike Tyson beats up seven prostitutes Mike Tyson to face Roy Jones Jr Heavyweight boxing legend Mike Tyson has been teasing a potential return to the ring in recent months, claiming he is willing to take part in exhibition fights for charity.The Baddest Man on the Planet has been offered $20 million for a bare knuckle fight and has been involved in a feud with professional wrestler Chris Jericho in All Elite Wrestling. However, veteran boxing promoter Jimmy Burchfield Sr has urged Tyson to forget about bare knuckle boxing and wrestling and offered him $1 million to fight 6’4″ Italian heavyweight Juiseppe Angelo Cusumano.“If Mike Tyson is serious about making a comeback, we’re prepared to make him a legitimate offer to fight Cusumano in a 6 or 8-round fight, whichever Mike chooses,” Burchfield said.“After three months of the COVID-19 pandemic, boxing fans are hungry to watch real fights. Not exhibitions. Tyson is a boxer. A damn good one at that! He’s not a bare-knuckle fighter or wrestler. A real boxing match is what we’re interested in promoting!”Tyson has not fought since 2005, losing to Kevin McBride in the sixth round, and Burchfield believes a fight against Cusumano would be a “true gauge” of Tyson’s abilities after 15 years away from the sport.“Cusumano will be a true gauge for Tyson’s first fight in 15 years,” Burchfield added. “This is a fight boxing fans want to see. Not an exhibition. “Because it will let everyone know exactly where he’s at today. Whether or not he can truly challenge a (Tyson) Fury, (Anthony) Joshua, or (Deontay) Wilder. We’re ready to negotiate in good faith right now.”Tags: Chris JerichoJimmy BurchfieldJuiseppe Angelo Cusumanomike tyson