Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events: —— INTERLEAGUE Final Kansas City 5 Philadelphia 1 —— AMERICAN LEAGUE Final L-A Angels 8 Baltimore 3 Final Toronto 4 Chi White Sox 3 Final N-Y Yankees 4 Tampa Bay 3 Final Boston 14 Seattle 1 Final Houston 3 Texas 0 Final Minnesota 6 Detroit 0 Final Oakland 4 Cleveland 3, 12 Innings —— NATIONAL LEAGUE Final Milwaukee 7 Chi Cubs 0 Final N-Y Mets 11 Miami 2 Final Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 1 Final Colorado 12 San Diego 2 Final Atlanta 2 Arizona 1 Final L-A Dodgers 5 Washington 0 Final Cincinnati 7 San Francisco 0 —— NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS Final Golden State 118 Houston 113 —— WOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS Final Minnesota 86 Washington 79 —— MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERFinal Vancouver 1 Portland 0Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. May 11, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 5/10/19 Beau Lund
Back to overview,Home naval-today Iran Launches Large-Scale 10-day Naval Exercise Share this article Training & Education View post tag: Exercise View post tag: Iran View post tag: Scale View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic Iran Launches Large-Scale 10-day Naval Exercise View post tag: Naval (rian)[mappress]Source: rian, December 26, 2011 December 26, 2011 View post tag: launches View post tag: large View post tag: 10-day Iran launched a large-scale 10-day naval exercise on Saturday in an area stretching from the east of the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian…
It is not an enviable task to keep order in an Oxford college. Accordingly, persons of a decanal persuasion must be accorded great respect given the leniency and understanding with which most go about their jobs. With reports over the last few weeks of various social gatherings being banned first at St John’s and now at St Anne’s, one is led to wonder why college authorities don’t take the bull by the horns and ban fun altogether. While seemingly radical, this would at least provoke an atmosphere of subversiveness. Besides, it would make Merton students feel less left out. ARCHIVE: 5th week MT 2005
Four men, three unshaven, enter the room wearing dark suits: certainly not looking like the kind of people you’d like to meet down one of Oxford’s alleys on a dark night. They are, however, the members of the Cremona string quartet, who performed at the Holywell Music Room last Sunday. The quartet’s music was fascinating to listen to, and their aura very much added to the experience. Should they come and play in Oxford again, they are a must-see for any chamber music listener. The quartet’s intimidating aura was continued by the aggressive opening to Bartok’s string quartet number four, with the slipping of the cello spike at the end of the second movement adding to the drama of the piece. The interesting techniques used by Bartok (such as hitting the string with the wood of the bow) were carried off well by the quartet, and the humorous fourth movement (which is almost entirely pizzicato) induced quiet smiles from the audience at the end. Click here to listen to the Quartetto di Cremona performing Haydn op.76 n.4 Sunrise Menuet. Following the Bartok, the Italian quartet played one of Beethoven’s opus 59 ‘Razumovsky’ quartets: the vigorous ending of the first movement was particularly impressive technically. The very emotional second movement led into a gracious-sounding minuet: whilst this provided a release of tension after the previous movement, it was perhaps a little uninteresting serving more as a bridge between movements. by Robin Thompson, Cherwell24 Music Editor The next coffee concert at the Holywell music room is next Sunday, February 17th, at 11.15am, and will feature cellist Gemma Rosefield playing sonatas by Beethoven and Chopin (tickets available from Tickets Oxford 01865 305305). Whilst perhaps not to everyone’s taste, I believe that the macho nature of the quartet’s playing was well suited to these Beethoven and Bartok quartets. It was interesting to hear the quartet play the cavatina from Beethoven’s string quartet opus 130 as an encore and its passion contrasted greatly with some of their earlier playing.
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Vanderburgh County Property/Personal Property Taxes due Tuesday, Nov. 12th.Civic Center is open Monday Nov.11th.Taxes can be paid in the Treasurer’s Office, any Old National Bank, online, at the drop box in front of Civic Center or mail.
Rides are ready for visitors at Playland’s Castaway Cove. By MADDY VITALEIn a boost for the Ocean City Boardwalk, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Tuesday that outdoor amusement parks, water parks and playgrounds may reopen July 2 after a lengthy shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.Murphy said in a tweet that there will be a limit of 50 percent capacity and face coverings will be required.The governor also emphasized the importance of social distancing. “Keep your distances. Wear your masks. Be smart and courteous — the world isn’t about you. Don’t be a knucklehead who ruins it for everyone else,” he tweeted.Also in the tweet, Murphy noted that the specifics for reopening would be announced later.“This includes the rides on our boardwalks. Specific guidance is currently being finalized and will be forthcoming,” he said.Children will soon be able to enjoy the carousel at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier again.Murphy made the announcement a day after Ocean City’s Boardwalk Merchants Association sent a letter to his office urging the governor to allow the reopening of amusement parks and water parks.On Tuesday, the Boardwalk Merchants Association followed up with a statement commending the governor for his decision to reopen the amusements and water parks “just in time for the Fourth of July holiday.”“Our member amusement parks – and all merchants on the Boardwalk – are prepared to open safely with hygiene and social distancing protocols in place,” the statement said. “We urge all visitors to follow all local, state and CDC guidelines when visiting Boardwalk shops, restaurants and amusement facilities. That includes wearing a mask, maintaining six feet from people not in your family and frequently washing your hands.”The statement added, “We will continue to work with the Governor to permit arcades to open with safeguards in place, just as he has allowed casinos to open beginning July 2.”
The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School announced the Top 25 Innovations in Government in competition for the Innovations in American Government Award. These innovative programs represent the creative problem solving of local, state, and federal municipalities around the country and were selected from a pool of more than 560 qualified government applicants. Five finalists and one winner of the Innovations in American Government Award will be announced in the fall.The Top 25 Innovations in Government offer unique solutions in health and wellness, social services delivery, the environment, economic development, and education policy areas. Read the Top 25 program descriptions.
Rep. Peter Welch was named to the influential House Committee on Energy and Commerce Monday night, Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced.Energy and Commerce has broad jurisdiction, including oversight of five Cabinet-level departments and seven independent agencies, as well as legislative authority over energy policy, health care, telecommunications, trade, and the environment. The committee s areas of jurisdiction align not only with Welch s top priorities but with a broad swath of President-elect Obama s legislative agenda. This is a tremendous opportunity for Vermonters to have a seat at the table as Congress tackles our nation s most pressing priorities, Welch said. We must reform our health care system, craft a 21st century energy policy and create new, green jobs. On the Energy and Commerce Committee we will be able to directly address these and other issues Vermonters care about most and get this country back on track. The news came on the eve of the 111st Congress, as Welch prepared to be sworn in to a second term in office. Welch will be sworn in today at noon.On the committee, Welch will join incoming Chairman Henry Waxman, who previously served as chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.Waxman said, I am delighted that Peter Welch is joining the Energy and Commerce Committee. Over the last two years, I have worked with him closely on the Oversight Committee and have been extremely impressed by his leadership. His exceptional ability and experience will make an important difference as we moved forward in the new Congress.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A couple from Yonkers has been arrested for allegedly stealing about 650 gallons of used cooking oil from various eastern Long Island restaurants over the weekend, Suffolk County police said.An off-duty police officer was on his way to work when he spotted a Ford van that was previously used to steal oil at the New Grand Buffet on Veterans Memorial Highway in Hauppauge at 8 a.m. Sunday, police said.The officer saw 40-year-old Domingo Santos withdraw used cooking oil from an oil canister behind the restaurant, police said.He and his 31-year-old girlfriend, Vanessa Liriano, were each charged petty larceny, possession of stolen property and possession of burglar’s tools. Santos was additionally charged with criminal possession of marijuana.Police estimated that the oil, which is typically refined and sold as bio-fuel, had a value of about $2,000.Santos and Liriano will be arraigned Monday at First District Court in Central Islip.Fourth Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.
30SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Kirk Drake Kirk Drake is founder and CEO of Ongoing Operations, LLC, a rapidly growing CUSO that provides complete business continuity and technology solutions. With its recent acquisition of Cloudworks, Ongoing Operations … Web: www.ongoingoperations.com Details As a late Gen Xer/Early Millennial – I grew up with technology. I remember distinctly in the 5th grade when the mouse was introduced and our computer lab moved to Macs from Tandys. I started working in credit union technology on an old EDS World system at 18 as a teller and spent the next 10 years of my career implementing an explosion of technology in credit unions. As I thought about things I was thankful for – I thought about all of the innovations, software, systems and processes I have implemented and experienced as a member. Here is my list of technology that I truly appreciate as a credit union member.Remote Deposit Capture in Mobile BankingThis is my all-time favorite. It is sad that this gets me excited but I really love being able to deposit a check without ever leaving my kitchen. Just take a quick picture of the front and back, enter the amount and you are done. I have a corporate account I administer for a networking group and I don’t have RDC with that bank. It is brutal. It takes me 4 to 6 weeks to coordinate my schedule and make it to a branch.Automatic Loan DecisioningI am extremely impatient. Not a little. A LOT. Automatic loan decisioning for everything pretty much but a mortgage is what I expect. Take any longer and I go research and find something else that is faster and more efficient. Sorry, I won’t wait for a day for a slightly better rate. Thankfully, my credit union has this and is very efficient with loan processing.E*SignaturesMy credit union supports e*signatures for everything. This is great – the documents get sent to me and I can complete everything from my phone. A while back I was cleaning up my files and stumbled across my first car loan from Agriculture FCU. It was the well worn carbon copy and physical signature. I really -really appreciate – A) not having to sign a physical copy B) not having to store a physical copy. Thank you Credit Unions who have E*Signatures.7-11 Kiosks connected to Shared Branching If you haven’t used one go try it. They are Awesome! Thank you Sarah Bang! Like many credit union members I don’t live near the credit unions I bank with and can rarely make it into a branch. Every time there is a transaction that I can’t do through mobile banking, online banking or a call center, the 7-11 Kiosk works. Everytime. I have used it on the road to deposit large checks and check multiple credit union account balances.Online Banking & Bill PayI can’t imagine a bank or credit union without these. My father used to use a phone coupler modem with his laptop in the 80’s and dialed into a Bank. He downloaded his account data and printed it out on a dot matrix printer. Thank goodness my first credit union account had online banking. From my dorm room I could check my balances and avoid bouncing checks as a freshmen in college. Even though I know how to balance a check book – I haven’t had to since I was a kid.PFM or MintUnfortunately my credit union doesn’t have a great PFM tool. However, I can use Mint. It is fantastic for being able to manage my budget, see all of my credit union & brokerage accounts, and manage my full financial picture. Thank you for PFM software and account aggregation.Thank you credit unions for working hard on my behalf as a member to implement technology, be efficient and provide great rates. I can’t wait to see the future with digital wallets and for credit unions to use more and more data analytics to improve the member experience and service offerings.