See you out on the course! Not only does #DellTechChamp entertain, but it also has a substantial impact on the community, economy and charities where our team members live and work. Since the tournament began, more than $27 million has been raised for New England area charities, and we’re proud this year to continue supporting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester and Boston. At the 17th Fairway, the Dell Technologies Fan Experience is a 4,300-sq. ft. tent devoted to showcasing how golf has become more technologically advanced. In the Experience is one of our biggest customers Topgolf, with its Swing Suite, where spectators can hit golf balls that track each shot’s accuracy and distance while awarding points for hitting targets in the outfield. This newest extension of Topgolf, powered by Dell EMC VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure, simulates the luxurious atmospheres of their hospitality and entertainment venues across the country. The best of golf meets the best of technology once again this Labor Day weekend at the Dell Technologies Championship event in Boston! For the second year in a row, Dell Technologies is proud to be the title sponsor of our second event on the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup Playoffs, one of the most exciting in the game of golf. To keep up with all the exciting, heart pounding action during #DellTechChamp, follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. We also invite spectators into the Fan Experience to test out the best in virtual reality golf. Dell Precision technology powers a virtual reality drone simulator, allowing the user to get a bird’s eye view of the course. And of course, our Alienware systems are the ultimate machines to test out your golf gaming prowess! An annual event since 2003, this year’s #DellTechChamp (Aug. 30 to Sept. 3) promises to be an event like no other, with the game’s top 100 players taking the course. And once again, Dell Technologies and the PGA are bringing an event like no other, merging one of the world’s oldest sports with the latest in technology, allowing fans interact in a way that truly demonstrates how the game is changing.
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) WNY News Now File Image.JAMESTOWN – The General Manager of the Jamestown Tarp Skunks has chosen not to renew his contract as General Manager of the ballclub for the 2021 season.GM Frank Fanning says he plans to fulfill his July 1 Memorandum of Understanding with the team and is not aware of any new job postings at this time.Earlier this year the team postponed their 2020 season because of the COVID-19 pandemic concerns.Fanning released the following statement to local media Wednesday afternoon: “I enjoyed meeting a lot of people in Jamestown, there were some great times.” Fanning said. “I’m proud of the splash that the Tarp Skunks made. I so appreciate the renewed fan interest in baseball; every day I was here I had the fans in mind – especially the children and families.”“Baseball is sometimes a season by season sport for players, as we all know; and sometimes it is season by season for members of the front office as well. Even when there’s no season. For the most part, I was signed for one year to turn the franchise around, and I made good on my promise. The current global climate plays a factor into my decision too, it’s time for me to return home.”“On January 22nd, over 3 million people saw the name “Jamestown NY” and “Chautauqua County” hit their newsfeeds when the team relaunched the brand at Jamestown Community College. #SkunkJunk merchandise has outsold the last five total years of the prior grape logo, and many more millions of impressions have been made since the relaunch. Excitement has been generated with everything from merchandise specials, to a fundraiser for the St. Susan’s Center.”“We made Politico. That says it all. A collegiate team just crushing it. We had so many local businesses like Ecklof Bakery who got so excited about the brand – Chad just went to another level! Plus, the folks at Forte making an Oreo-skunk drink. We had fans sending in pictures of themselves wearing their #SkunkJunk. We’ve got great sponsors in PA and western New York who believed what I was talking about. It’s an easy sell when you and the client are both passionate about revitalizing Jamestown baseball and bringing it to another level.”“The ‘Tarp Skunks’ brand is a gift to Jamestown. It is so baseball-universal, and the groundwork is laid for the management group to continue to do something special with it. It requires serious work and attention to sustain. I remember late nights in the office, 2 or 3 in the morning, drawing the uniforms and caps and researching popular MiLB designs for apparel, preparing huge orders of merchandise. I remember meeting with Brandiose in San Diego to shoot ideas around, and working with Randy at the Jock Shop weeks before release to put together a wide-ranging first line of items. Some of this experience was really fun and exciting,” says Fanning.“There were obviously challenges, but I always felt like I could overcome anything. Now, it’s up to the Board of Directors to maintain that momentum and continue the positive trend, the goal was to give Jamestown something it never had before. Here it is. I wish them luck.”“I cannot leave without thanking some of the wonderful people I met: Randy Anderson at the CSHOF was helping with prospecting right from the start; Mayor Eddie Sundquist – a breath of fresh air to Jamestown, he had my back the whole time; my Assistant, Kyle Hammond, worked tirelessly at his first ever sports job and is a huge part of the success; Greg Peterson was always there for me too. George Sisson at JCC always provided a great dose of reality in all of our meetings. Randy Marsh and the guys at the Jock Shop are co-builders of this brand. And of course, the golden era is still represented through the knowledge, trustworthiness, and integrity of Russ Diethrick AKA Mr. Baseball.”
Photos by Caitlin McNaney/Broadway.com Age: 19Hometown: Rahway, New JerseyCurrent Role: Easing on down the road as Dorothy in NBC’s The Wiz Live!, airing Thursday, December 3 at 8PM. The scariest thing about live TV? “You have to be in 100% with no mistakes, but that should be your motto all the time!”Stage and Screen Cred: Although this enormous TV event marks her professional debut, Williams cut her teeth doing musicals in school, starting with a middle school production of The Wiz (she was Addaperle) and climaxing her senior year turn as Polly in Rahway High School’s Crazy for You, a performance that earned her a Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Award. Shanice Williams, photographed by Caitlin McNaney for Broadway.com. View Comments
Knoxville, Tennessee has long been known (and winning as Top Town 2015 in our magazine) as a fantastic base camp for exploring the nearby wilds of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, the Obed Wild and Scenic River, and the Cumberland Plateau. However in 2016, this rapidly evolving city of 183,000 plus—home to the University of Tennessee—has more possibilities for outdoor adventures within its city limits than could ever be imagined. Last year the city crushed nation-wide competition to win a $100,000 grant from Bell Helmets which resulted in the construction of the Devil’s Racetrack, a wild and burly downhill gravity trail within the city limits that everyone won’t stop talking about. And with solid year-round work in land conservation and recreation promotion from local entities such as the Legacy Parks Foundation, Knoxville is fast becoming one of the hottest outdoor cities on the east coast.When you arrive:As soon as you pull into town be sure to go into the Visit Knoxville visitor center downtown (free parking) and pick up maps, information, merchandise, and more. This place and its staff are a wealth of knowledge for the trails and outdoor opportunities all over the city. If you show up to the center during the lunch hour Monday-Saturday, you will even catch a free bluegrass or Americana show courtesy of the WDVX Blue Plate special.Also be sure to go by and pay a visit to the Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center. (I mean really…how many cities can say they have their own adventure center?) Situated on Volunteer Landing in the heart of downtown along the shores of the Tennessee River, this operation supported by the Legacy Parks Foundation is another essential hub of information and resources. Maps, clinics, bike/canoe/SUP rentals and more will assure that you never have a lack of outdoor pursuits at your fingertips while you’re in town.Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center: Photo courtesy of Legacy Parks FoundationDay One Adventures:Explore the South Loop Trail in the Urban WildernessSituated across the river and only 10 minutes from downtown, the Urban Wilderness is one of the crown jewels of today’s thriving outdoor scene in Knoxville. Consisting of 1,000 acres, 5 parks, and 42 miles of trails, this interconnected system of mostly single-track trails is a hotbed for running, hiking, and biking. The Main Loop of the Corridor is a 12.5 mile route that connects all of the various parks and their systems. A couple of must-see areas of the loop include the Hastie Natural Area which offers a lot for mountain bikers and trail runners and Mead’s Quarry with its beautiful lake where you can even rent bikes, boats, and stand up paddleboards from a seasonal booth by the trusted professionals at River Sports Outfitters. You could easily spend all 48 hours of your Knoxville time just playing in the Urban Wilderness.Trail running in Hastie Natural Area of the Urban Wilderness: photo courtesy of Legacy Parks FoundationClimb through the treetops at Ijams Nature CenterThe Ijams Nature Center is a beautiful and educational 300-acre preserve that falls within the Urban Wilderness. Complete with trails, indoor and outdoor play spaces, and a wide variety of educational exhibits, Ijams has long been a favorite area for families living in and visiting Knoxville. Recently, exciting new offerings have emerged with the opening of a new challenge park and zipline/canopy tour experience from Asheville-based Navitat.Boardwalk along the preserve at Ijams Nature Center: photo courtesy of Outdoor Knoxville Day Two Adventures:Take the plunge at Ft. Dickerson ParkHow about waking up to a morning dip within a deep blue lake set amidst rugged sheer cliffs? The Ft. Dickerson quarry is a perfect way to start your day with a location only minutes from downtown and the UT campus. There are even a few trails here along the bluffs to get in a short morning leg-stretcher.Fort Dickerson Quarry : photo courtesy of Legacy Parks FoundationPaddling, fishing, and birding at Seven Islands Wildlife RefugeAbout 20 minutes out of downtown, the Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge is a paddler’s haven. Easy access to the French Broad River immediately places you on one of the oldest rivers in the world and one of its most beautiful stretches along its 218-mile course. More than 50 species of fish call this river home and the surrounding 360-acre park is Tennessee’s first birding park, complete with over 8-miles of trails and 180 species of birds. Before leaving town to explore this park, be sure to seek out fishing beta and any tips on pursuing the river’s smallmouth bass from the good folks at 3 Rivers Angler.Fishing the French Broad near Seven Islands: photo courtesy of Outdoor KnoxvilleHike the tallest peak in the countyHouse Mountain stands prominently in a 500-acre natural area riddled with vertical bluffs, rock houses, huge boulders, and craggy overlooks that provide magnificent views of the Cumberland Mountains, the Unaka range, the Smokies, and downtown Knoxville. This preserve, with nearly 6 miles of trails spanning the highest mountain in Knox County, is less than 30 minutes from downtown. Be ready for a good workout as a number of the trails are relatively steep. Before leaving for your hike, check out either of the two outposts of Blue Ridge Mountain Sports in Knoxville for all of your gear, apparel and information needs.Layers of mountains on show from House Mountain: photo courtesy of Outdoor KnoxvilleFood:Knoxville’s dining scene is very impressive and you will find plenty for every taste and every budget. Just a few of our favorites are listed below:Stock and Barrel – An award-winning yet casual farm to table concept supporting regional food producers and featuring some of the most delicious and innovative burgers you will ever eat along with an extensive bourbon list. What’s not to love?Sustenance from Stock and Barrel: photo courtesy of Stock and BarrelThe Tomato Head – Located in the beautiful and bustling Market Square (along with Stock and Barrel), The Tomato Head is as much of a community institution as it is a fantastic restaurant. This place never disappoints with fresh ingredients that go into pizzas, sandwiches, salads, burritos, and much more.Knox Mason – “Contemporary Southern and hyper-local” is the key mantra here and this exquisite dining experience is not to be missed. Chef and owner Matt Gallagher spent years in the kitchen at Tenessee’s legendarily luxe Blackberry Farm. Recently Gallagher also opened Emilia, a much-acclaimed Italian restaurant in the buzzy Market Square area of downtown Knoxville.Knox Mason: Photo Courtesy of Kristin LunaJ.C. Holdway – Joseph Linn , Knoxville native and Tennessee’s first James Beard awarded chef, has opened this stylish new restaurant to rave reviews. Named after an uncle, J.C. Holdway showcases exceptional Southeastern food all cooked by woodfire.Interior of J.C. Holdway – photo by J.C. HoldwayOlibea – Located in the Old City, this relative newcomer has received a lot of media buzz and should be on your list for this: To fuel your morning. Trust me. Brunch is offered every day of the week.Breakfast at Olibea: photo courtesy of Kristin LunaSunspot – The motto here is “where tie-dyes and neckties unite.” Situated on “The Strip” that runs through the heart of the university, this hip and inviting local fave has a menu for everyone. Great vegetarian and gluten-free options here also. Cycle the city greenways and enjoy a locally loved beer gardenThe greenway system is truly impressive here with over 65 miles of trails spanning the city. To cap off your first big day of adventure, take a spin or a run from the Outdoor Adventure Center alongside the Tennessee River on the Neyland Greenway to the UT Gardens. From there head north along the Third Creek Greenway through Tyson Park until reaching the Bearden Beer Market. This extremely popular hangout is perfect with a wide selection of brews and an outdoor beer garden. Find yourself here on a Tuesday or a Thursday evening and take part in the ritual 5K social run with up to 100 other area runners. Beers are discounted $1 per pint once you get back from your run.Biking the Neyland Greenway: Photo by Steven Bridges Libations and Nightlife:Just hopping and exploring from Market Square to Old City alone is enough to keep your need to imbibe and celebrate satisfied. But we wanted to save you some work with these recommendations:K Brew – Start your morning the right way at this shrine to the coffee bean. This team knows their stuff and they serve up one of the best pour-overs in town.Morning fuel from K Brew: photo courtesy of K BrewAlliance Brewing Company – Located very close to Ijams Nature Center and the Urban Wilderness trails, Alliance serves as the perfect post-adventure base to catch up with friends, share stories from the trail, and enjoy the brewery’s unique and traditional craft beers.Suttree’s High Gravity Tavern –Named for a classic novel by native son Cormac McCarthy, Suttree’s focuses on craft beer with a specialty in high-gravity selections. This place is a neighborhood favorite.The Peter Kern Library – A VERY cool speakeasy inside The Oliver boutique hotel. Enter from an alley or an unmarked sliding door inside the hotel lobby. Think mahogany, a fireplace, books, and superior cocktails.The Peter Kern Library: photo courtesy of Kristin LunaThe Tennessee Theatre and The Bijou Theatre – Both of these historic and beautifully restored theaters situated in the heart of downtown are must-visit locales-to check out for concerts and performances by national acts. Knoxville-based A.C. Entertainment (known for the creation of such grand festivals as Bonnaroo and Forecastle) buys and books the talent for both of these venues if that tells you anything.The Mill and Mine – Speaking of AC Entertainment, new for 2016 is the arrival of this state of the art 20,000+ sq ft music venue in downtown opened in part by AC himself (music and entertainment booking legend Ashley Capps). This amazing space has already seen acts such as Band of Horses and the Black Lillies and as of this writing…Lucero, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, and many more will be taking the stage there soon.Lodging:Visit Knoxville is the site to research for all of your best options on where you are going to lay your head after all of your city adventures. There is a multitude of choices matching all wallets, but here are two fun ones on opposite ends of the spectrum:Oliver Hotel – Super swank yet artsy and unique boutique hotel situated right off of Market Square in the heart of downtown. You will find the aforementioned Peter Kern Library here as well as some of the best access to all things mentioned in this guide.The Oliver Hotel: photo courtesy of Kristin LunaLily Pad Campground on the Obed – Although it is 45 minutes from downtown, we would be remiss if we did not mention one of the coolest and friendliest campgrounds around. The Lily Pad is a legendary location situated within the heart of a climbing mecca, complete with fire pits, corn hole, and a community general store inside a cabin that operates on the honor system!One Event Not to Miss:Rhythm and Blooms – Held every April, this is an explosive and understated music festival. Rhythm and Blooms has hosted acts such as Drive By Truckers, The Decemberists, The Apache Relay, JD McPherson, Delta Spirit, Langhorne Slim, local rockers The Dirty Guv’nahs, and many more.Native Knowledge:“What I love about Knoxville is that I have found that I actually like staying around town on the weekends every bit as much as traveling somewhere else. I have everything I need here. The biggest problem usually is deciding what to do! We have a full host of outdoor activities within easy reach like fly fishing, mountain biking, trail running, hiking, and camping. But what rounds out Knoxville as a fun place to be is the live music, great bars, and the really easy-going local folks.” – Knoxville resident and outdoor wild man Joe StalerCheck out our short Top Towns 2015 video on Knoxville below:More 48 Hours:
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14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger noted the association’s support for the draft language of the Financial CHOICE Act, including its elimination of the Durbin interchange price cap, in a letter yesterday to leaders of the House Financial Services Committee ahead of today’s hearing on the subject.“Many elements of the discussion draft will help create an environment that will allow credit unions to succeed,” Berger wrote to the draft’s author and House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, and committee Ranking Member Maxine Waters, D-Calif. “Changes to mortgage rules; changes to HMDA limits; and examining appropriate risk capital levels are key parts of the bill.”Berger specifically pointed to the elimination of the Durbin amendment in the draft language, counting it “among the most significant aspects of this discussion draft for credit unions,” and he urged that it remain intact throughout the legislative process.He wrote that NAFCU supports a commission structure for the CFPB. Berger added that NAFCU was the only financial services trade association to oppose the CFPB having authority over credit unions. He noted that since the second quarter of 2010, the industry has lost 1,660 federally-insured credit unions – more than 22 percent of the industry.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Full disclosure: This story involves New York Auto Giant (NYAG), one of the five organizations that sponsor the Long Island Press website. Details about their involvement can be viewed here. Every Press “Patron” waives the right to pitch the Press or influence our non-sponsored editorial content. The subject of this article arose from a conversation between the principals of the Press and NYAG. We think you’ll understand why we decided to write it. Danielle Carney of Bayport calls the people of NY Auto Giant her “angels in heaven.” Ever since the day, four years ago, when co-owner Michael Brown read an article about Carney’s daughter Marisa in a local newspaper, the roads between the Carneys’ journey and NY Auto Giant intersected for good.Marisa Carney is a bright, energetic 8-year-old girl who suffers from a disease called ROHHAD (Rapid-Onset Obesity with Hypothalamic Dysfunction, Hypoventilation and Autonomic Dysregulation), which affects her ability to breathe for extended periods of time off of a respirator. Since she was diagnosed with this rare illness at 4 years old, her parents have been working tirelessly to bring attention to this disease and to help her. ROHHAD affects only 75 people worldwide. Because it is so rare, there is virtually no research or funding to finding treatment or a cure. The life expectancy of people with ROHHAD is just 13 years old. This December, with a generous donation of $100,000 from NYAG, brought a shimmer of hope to what had thus far been a very bleak outcome.“This is not a charity to us anymore,” said Anthony Fiore, NYAG director of marketing and advertising. “Marisa is like part of our family.”Since meeting Marisa when he started with the company three years ago, Tony has taken a personal interest in her cause. He stops at her house almost weekly on his way home from work. He even threw her eighth birthday party at the Sayville movie theater, a red carpet event where the children pulled up in limousines, dressed in ball gowns. The event raised $8,000 for Marisa. “When it comes to kids, man,” Tony said, his voice trailing off as he choked up. “There isn’t enough you could do.”Marisa Carney and her parents pose with a $103,250 check from NY Auto Giant to help the 8-year-old and her family in their battle with the rare disease ROHHAD.Marisa is currently being treated at the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago by Dr. Debra Weese-Mayer, who named the disorder and is researching the genetic origins of the disease, which affects the hypothalamus—the part of the brain that regulates functions that are automatic in most people, including the nervous system, the metabolism, her breathing and her temperature. Marisa depends on a ventilator to breathe for all except four to five hours per day. But she doesn’t let that slow her down. “She mopped up my daughters in this dance game,” said Michael Brown, NY Auto Giant co-owner. “She was holding a ventilator.”Brown took an active interest in Marisa four years ago, when he came upon a weekend article in Newsday detailing her disease and struggle. Brown has twin daughters who are the same age as Marisa. The story hit home for him. “I came in and handed one of my general managers the paper and said, ‘Listen. I don’t know what we’re going to do, but you figure something out. I’m not letting this story sit on my desk. We’ve got to do something. This is a real kid. We donate to all these charities. I want to help this kid,’” he told the Press. Dr. Weese-Meyer is conducting a genetic study with approximately 20 children who suffer from ROHHAD. Both the children and the parents submitted blood samples. Weese-Meyer will study the stem cells of the blood to see if she can isolate any distinguishing abnormality in the children participating in the research. The outcome of the study could provide more information on the disorder and possible connections to obesity and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), a disorder, like ROHHADS, where the lungs suddenly stop automatically pumping, leading to death. Participation in the study did not come cheap. The Carneys needed $100,000 to be included. NY Auto Giant donated $25 for every car sold during November 2014. They met and passed their 5,000-car quota and presented Marisa with a check for $103,250 in December. “They just love our daughter and I’m so happy someone got the point of just—we want to save this girl,” Marisa’s mother Danielle told the Press in a phone interview. “We want to save Marisa. So for us, it’s a blessing that someone took an interest in us and this disease, and especially Marisa, because once you see her—she’s my daughter, but she’s amazing. Her spirit. Her love of life. Her wanting to just be 8. She’s not going to let this disease stop her from being 8. She lights up a room when she’s there. Marisa makes it very easy to want to help her.”Marisa Carney, an 8-year-old in Bayport who lives with a rare disease, painted this for NY Auto Giant co-owner Michael Brown to thank him and the company for raising more than $100,000 to help her and her family. It hangs above his desk in his office at NY Auto Giant.Michael Brown pointed to a framed picture in his office that Marisa painted for him as a thank you this December. “This kid is the most amazing human being I’ve ever seen in my life,” he says.To learn more about Marisa Carney or about how you can help, visit www.ROHHADFight.org.
State law does not currently permit the authorities to impose such a ban, the court said in a statement.The teenager, who is studying retail sales, has “a right to unconditional protection of her freedom of belief” the statement added.Hamburg’s social-democratic education senator Ties Rabe immediately said that he would seek to change the state law. “Only if students and teachers have a free and open face can school and lessons function,” he told local media. German education laws are made at state level rather than by the federal government, but the case is part of a wider debate across the country.High profile politicians in the conservative CDU, the economically liberal FDP and the far-right AfD have all voiced support for a niqab ban in the past, but others remain divided on the issue.The state parliament in neighbouring Schleswig-Holstein failed to pass a ban on full-face veils in its universities and colleges on Monday, after the Green Party voted against it.Topics : A court in Germany ruled Monday against an attempt by authorities in Hamburg to forbid a 16-year-old schoolgirl from wearing a niqab during lessons.The ruling, which cannot be appealed, has fuelled debate in Germany over whether schools should allow the niqab, a facial veil worn by Muslims which leaves only the wearer’s eyes visible.Hamburg education officials had ordered the girl’s mother to ensure that her daughter did not wear the veil at school, a decision which an administrative court overturned on Monday.
LocalNews Traffic guidelines for 3rd Digicel Test series by: – April 21, 2012 7 Views no discussions Tweet Share Share Share Sharing is caring! Here are the traffic guidelines issued by the head of Traffic Department Acting Superintendent Patrickson Albert for the duration of the 3rd Digicel Series test match West Indies vs. Australia at the Windsor Park stadium from 23rd to 27th April 2012.From L – R Ground Commander Superintendent Ainsworth Irish, Police Chief Cyril Carette, Head of Traffic department Acting Superintendent Patrickson AlbertThere will be NO PARKING at the following areas;– Either side of that portion of Rose Street from its junction with the “New Link “Road to Federation Drive– Either side of Valley Road where it intersects with River Street and Hillsborough Street– Either side of Valley Road from its junction with Bath Road to Josephine Gabriel and Company– Either side of the “Windsor Park Link Road” from the junction of Rose Street to Bath Road– Either side of the “New Road” running from West to East from the “East River Side Apartments” to the “Round-about” on the New Link Road One side Parking– One side parking will be permitted on the western side of that portion of Elmshall road and the South East Gate of the Botanical Gardens– On the Western side of Valley Road from Josephine Gabriel and Company and the Elmshall Road– Parking will be permitted on Dupigny Lane on the Eastern side only Reserve Parking– Parking shall be reserved on that portion of Kennedy Avenue from the Eastern end of the La Plaine Bus Stop to its junction at Bath Road One way Traffic– No entry will be permitted on Dupigny Lane from North to South. Traffic will not be allowed to travel northwards, that is towards the roundabout.Note: Permission shall be sought for motorist travelling eastwards along Kennedy Avenue from Independence Street to turn left into the Government Headquarters yard and to exit on Hillsborough Street.The police will be conducting security checks of sterile areas; Government Headquarters, Financial Centre, the Stadium grounds, Public Service Union grounds, Discover Dominica Authority grounds, old Dominica Grammar School quadrangle and the new Dominica Grammar School grounds from 6 am before the games.Dominica Vibes News
DUBLIN – Trade talks between Britain and the European Union will hit a crisis point unless there is progress the coming weeks, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney warned on Tuesday. Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney speaks to media in a count centre, during Ireland’s national election, in Cork, Ireland, Feb. 9, 2020. REUTERS But he said the EU side would not back down on its insistence that progress is made on fisheries and level-playing-field provisions in parallel to trade talks. Coveney was speaking after consulting with chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier ahead of EU-British talks next Monday – one of two rounds remaining before the European Union makes an assessment of progress in early July. (Reuters)