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First Day of School in Broward, Tragedy for one PBC School

first_imgBroward Sheriff Gregory Tony says the new Real Time Crime Center allows deputies to monitor surveillance feeds in real time from over 200 schools and administration buildings. The technology was installed in January in response to the mass shooting last year at Stoneman Douglas High School. Students in Miami Dade County head back to school next Monday the 19th.And it is day three for Palm Beach county students where yesterday there was tragedy.The school year starts with tragedy at Dwyer. https://t.co/a6FLiys9Ho— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) August 14, 2019 A student from William T. Dwyer Community High School passed away yesterday following a medical emergency according to the Palm Beach School District.An email was sent to students and staff members at the school informing them of the tragedy at the Palm Beach Gardens school. Today is the first day of school for students in Broward county and BSO deputies have a new high-tech tool to keep them safe as they return to class today. Tomorrow is the first day of school in Broward County – let’s make it safe and successful. When driving in neighborhoods or school zones, watch for young people and be sure to observe and obey all speed limit signs. pic.twitter.com/vc157uqAF0— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) August 13, 2019last_img read more

Eric Dungey will miss his third straight game against Boston College

first_img Published on November 26, 2015 at 8:27 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @ChrisLibonati Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse freshman quarterback Eric Dungey will not play against Boston College on Saturday because of an upper-body injury, according to SU’s injury report, which was released Thursday night.The quarterback is one of eight players that will be out for Syracuse (3-8, 1-6 Atlantic Coast). That list includes defensive end Luke Arciniega (upper body), wide receiver Sean Avant (lower body), linebacker Parris Bennett (upper body), safety Daivon Ellison (upper body), wide receiver Brisly Estime (lower body), H-back Ben Lewis (upper body) and tight end Kendall Moore (upper body). Cornerback Corey Winfield (lower body) is doubtful for the matchup with the Eagles (3-8, 0-7).Dungey suffered a hit against Louisville to his head, which whipped back against the ground. He left the game and hasn’t played since. That hit was just one of several he’s taken to the head this season. Dungey was hit against Central Michigan in Week 3 by Mitch Stanitzek, who was thrown out for targeting, and the quarterback left the game. He was also hit high against Virginia in the end zone after leaping a defender for a touchdown.He has missed games against Louisiana State, Clemson and North Carolina State. The hit against Louisville came when Syracuse was down 31 points in the fourth quarter and now-fired head coach Scott Shafer said he was left in because the Cardinals muffed a punt that gave him hope SU might come back. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Kevon Looney fielding strong interest ahead of free agency

first_imgThe Warriors do not need to worry just about Kevin Durant speaking with other teams with free agency. They have to worry about Kevon Looney doing the same thing.Looney plans to speak with the Warriors, Houston Rockets and Chicago Bulls after free agency begins on Sunday at 3 pm PT, league sources told Bay Area News Group. Looney has been spending time in his hometown in Milwaukee, but he planned to be in Los Angeles on Sunday when free agency begins.Looney hardly matches Durant’s stature, …last_img

VW South Africa to export Jettas

first_img9 May 2008Port Elizabeth-based Volkswagen South Africa has secured a contract to export the latest version of the Jetta sedan to countries that also use right-hand-drive vehicles, enabling the company to achieve record export volumes this year.In a statement this week, the company said that its South African operations would export in excess of 40 000 vehicles in 2008, a figure that includes the new export contract for 10 260 VW Jettas to countries including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Great Britain and Ireland.“The Volkswagen world-wide group posted record sales in 2007 which continued into the first quarter of 2008, placing the group’s world-wide production facilities under capacity pressure,” said VW South Africa MD David Powels. “As a result, Volkswagen of South Africa has been given the opportunity to build 5th generation Jettas for these key right hand drive markets.”The additional export order is above existing plans to export 21 000 5th generation Golfs and 8 800 5th generation Polos in 2008 to various countries in the Asia Pacific region, with the bulk of the vehicles going to Japan.Powels said the order provided the perfect opportunity for the local operation to demonstrate to both the Volkswagen Group and its customers around the world that South Africa was capable of producing world-class quality products.“This additional export contract is particularly welcomed during a period when volumes in the domestic market are under pressure from macro economic factors well-known to us all,” he said.“We plan to build around 100 000 vehicles in our plant in Uitenhage (in the Eastern Cape province) this year, of which 40% will be exported.”Volkswagen of South Africa will celebrate a number of export milestones in 2008 – by the end of April, 100 000 5th generation Golfs will have been exported into countries in the Asia Pacific region. In addition, by the end of June, Volkswagen of South Africa will have exported a total of 350 000 vehicles into various markets around the world.Motor Industry Development ProgrammePowels said that VW South Africa had embraced the principles of the Motor Industry Development Programme from its inception, which has enabled the company to embark on an aggressive export strategy that is optimised not only for fully built up vehicle exports, but also for engine and component export contracts.“In fact, the export business is at the core of our business strategy going into the future,” he said.“It is critical that the Government not only clarify the future of the Motor Industry Development Programme on an urgent basis, but also structure it in a way that continues to encourage the South African manufacturing industry to optimise production platforms and maximise production volumes to both domestic and export markets.”Powels said that the Volkswagen Group had been extremely supportive of VW South Africa’s export initiatives, and the latest contract to manufacture and export the newest generation of Jettas to key markets was a clear indication of the confidence that the group had in the local operations.“Together with the Volkswagen Group, we are developing an aggressive long-term export strategy for Volkswagen of South Africa, which will enable it to continue to import the premium segment Audi brand, and the entire Volkswagen commercial vehicle range,” he said.“We are confident regarding the longer-term prospects for Volkswagen of South Africa as a volume manufacturer of globally competitive vehicles.”SAinfo reporter Would you like to use this article in your publicationor on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

TCEM underfire again two months later still no tire shredder

first_img#MagneticMediaNews#TCEM#noshredderasyetforprovodump TCI: TCEM contract not renewed, Gov’t back in charge of dump sites Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #noshredderasyetforprovodump, #TCEM Wheeland MP says ‘Enough is enough’; Official statement on Landfill fire Recommended for youcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 15, 2017 – Grand Turk – The fight to keep mosquito breeding down and residents’ concern about other environmental hazards have led to new vexations expressed to Magnetic Media about the dump in Providenciales and the dump in Grand Turk.    In the capital, the resident watching the situation says he remains perplexed that not only has the ‘mountain of tires’ as he calls it, grown to an even higher height but despite a promise to remove and shred, Turks and Caicos Environmental Management or TCEM has still not done it.  The company contacted Magnetic Media after our last report to explain that they were bringing in a shredder for Provo only, that it would be in country within weeks, but that was two months ago.  For Grand Turk, no shredder is coming to deal with the tires there; TCEM has another method in mind but it is yet to be approved by TCIG.  The concerned citizen in GT says he also worried about salina contamination,  “The ground water run-off is still going straight on the north end of the dump which is completely open and from there into the salina and out to the reef, flowing right past the House of Assembly.    Please keep them honest as they think this is forgotten about already and they have gotten away with it.”   In Providenciales the problem with tires is the same, despite the contract being signed since and with annual payment to TCEM topping one million dollars.  Plus, images and cell phone video of fire burning at the dump were shared with us and when checked, Magnetic Media confirmed that there was a dump fire – one week and a half ago – at the Provo location on Millennium Highway.While it is not TCEM setting these irritating and possibly toxic fires, it is said that the problem points to security breaches or that the garbage collected in Provo is not being buried as TCEM is contracted to do.  Magnetic Media is told the contract with TCEM is up for  review as it expired since March this year. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Burning rubber at Provo Landfill; fire again blamed on arson… againlast_img read more