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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Two candidates from both sides of the aisle announced plans to run this fall against Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas, a Democrat who replaced her former boss four months ago.Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray accepted the Republican nomination Wednesday as the GOP candidate to be the county’s top prosecutor. Her nomination came the same day that Michael Scotto, a former Manhattan prosecutor and Port Washington native, declared his candidacy during a news conference at the New York State Supreme Court building in Mineola. Singas started campaigning for the post shortly after taking it over.“My District Attorney’s office will be blind to political, monetary or family ties,” Scotto said.  “Justice must be meted out objectively, without fear or favor, regardless of money, wealth, power or identity.”Scotto, 50, intends to give Democrats a choice in the September primary against Singas, 48, of Manhasset, who was sworn in as acting district attorney Jan. 6 on the same day that her predecessor, Kathleen Rice, became a member of Congress. Rice had selected Singas, who had been Rice’s chief assistant.The winner of the primary will go on to face Murray, 52, in a special election for the post that will be held on Election Day, which falls on Nov. 3.“I will take my experience as a leader and a lawyer to reshape the District Attorney’s Office to ensure a safer Nassau County for all of our residents,” Murray said in her acceptance speech at Wisdom Lane School in her hometown of Levittown.All three candidates are lawyers, but Murray, who previously worked for the state Attorney General’s office, is the only one who has previously run for elected office and won. The former state Assemblywoman won her sixth term as town supervisor last two years ago. Town Councilman Anthony Santino, the spokesman for the Nassau County Republican Committee, is reportedly running to replace her as town supervisor this fall.Scotto and Singas both touted their outsider status. But, Singas’ campaign would only comment on Murray, not Scotto.“Madeline Singas is a prosecutor, not a politician,” Isaac Goldberg, Singas’ campaign manager, said in a statement in which he noted that Murray “has not been in a courtroom since the 1990s.” He added: “Nassau County needs a tough, aggressive prosecutor as District Attorney and that’s what Madeline Singas will be because that is what she’s been her entire career.”last_img read more


first_imgThat’s billion with a ‘B’ and that might get the Pac-12’s attention. The American’s deal, which begins with the 2020-21 academic year and runs through 2031-32, will pay the conference an average of $83.3 million per year, more than quadruple the $20 million annually it was making in its previous rights deal with ESPN.That breaks down $6.94 million per year per AAC school, a jump of more than $5 million per year per school.By comparison, according to the San Jose Mercury News, the Pac-12 Networks, the Power 5 conference’s own media home, paid out less than $3 million to each member school in 2018.Suffice it to say now, that’s un-American.  Turns out its not just MLB players getting Monopoly money.ESPN will pay the American Athletic Conference $1 billion for its media rights over the next 12 years, SportsBusiness Journal reported, citing unidentified sources. Yes, Pac-12, your idea of competing with the Big Ten and SEC networks now has you sliding behind a Group of Six conference. The fine print, via SportsBusiness Journal:”The comprehensive deal provides ESPN with rights to all of the AAC’s live programming, except for a small package of basketball games on CBS and some Navy football games on CBS Sports Network. The new contract also calls for some Saturday football games to be broadcast on ABC. Football, along with men’s and women’s basketball, will remain on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, but the majority of basketball games and a significant number of the football games will go to ESPN+. Other live sports including baseball, softball and soccer also will air on ESPN+. Renewal talks with CBS have not begun.”last_img read more


first_imgDeciding to remodel is relatively easy compared to figuring out the details. You may know what room you want to change but not know what in that room you want changed. Then there’s the budget. How should you spend the money? How much is there to spend? With so many choices it can be difficult just to get started.  Luckily John Erwin has some advice.“Pictures are a great tool,” says Erwin. To illustrate his point he gives the example of a kitchen. “Pull up pictures and find that cabinet or that countertop you like.” Visuals help when you are working with a contractor. They provide a common language which makes for less confusion.Erwin recommends visiting sites like Houzz or Pinterest to get ideas. He also says it’s important to figure out what you like and don’t like about the space being remodeled. Are the cabinets too dark or is their wasted space?  Spend some time thinking about what you want changed a simple list of your likes and dislikes.And don’t forget about the budget. The average bathroom remodel runs around $15,000, the average kitchen remodel is $25,000. Don’t be shocked by the numbers. “If you have a modest budget then I’ll come up with a modest plan,” says Erwin.To help clients stick with their budget Erwin assigns homework. He gives clients a list of vendors and suppliers his company works with. “Go out and pick what you like,” says Erwin. Having specifics up front will help determine cost and help keep cost overruns to a minimum. If the project is too expensive the fix could be as simple as choosing a different materials.To see some of the work done by John Erwin Remodeling click here or make an appointment by calling 360-705-2938. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0last_img read more


first_imgDave McLellan has been around the junior-hockey-coaching block more than once.However, during his tenure behind the bench he’s never been part of a team that has been snake bitten as much as the Green and White.For the umpteenth weekend this season the Nelson Leafs enter Kootenay International Junior Hockey League play with the coaching staff not knowing how many or which players will be taking to the ice.“If I knew the players we had playing maybe I could tell you what we expect this weekend,” a puzzled McLellan said on the eve of Thursday practice at the NDCC Arena.Nelson is on the road for a pair of games against Eddie Mountain opposition.Friday, the Leafs are in Invermere to face the Columbia Valley Rockies before concluding the two-game swing Saturday in Fernie against the Ghostriders.“At this stage I’m hopeful we can find a way to win both games,” McLellan added. “That would be great for us, but at this stage we’ll just see what happens.”McLellan is optimistic some players that have been out of the lineup for quite some time — Patrick Croome and Blair Andrews — may be back on the bench for the weekend.However, while Nelson could get two key starters back, two more are in sick bay — Matt MacDonald and Aaron Brewer — and two others — Dylan Williamson and Brandon Chow — remain out of the lineup.Next home game for the Leafs, 1-3 to start 2015, is Friday, January 23 against Creston Valley Thunder Cats.Help is, hopefully, on its wayLeaf coach Dave McLellan felt like the Maytag Repairman prior to the BC Hockey January 10 roster deadline period as no one was calling the Heritage City franchise skipper.Still McLellan was able to snatch a few prospects from outside the KIJHL.McLellan traded for the rights to defenceman Brendan Grier from Comox of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League. Grier, a 6’5”, 230-pound defenceman is a prospect of the Victoria Royals of the Western Hockey League.McLellan is trying to convince Grier to return to hockey this season after the 17-year-old rearguard decided to hang up the skates due to a personal matter.The Leaf coach did find 17-year-old Tyler Fyfe, who was out of hockey after going home from the Peninsula Panthers of the VIJHL.The six-foot, 170-pound Fyfe was traded to Peninsula from Creston Valley Thunder Cats of the KIJHL.Nelson also welcomed back suspended forward Brendan Smith to the lineup.The six-foot 180-pound blueliner was hurt since being suspended by the Leafs in October.Time to put up, or shut up for Green and WhiteNow that the rosters are set, it’s time for the Leafs to make a statement or dig out the golf clubs for the summer break.“Getting ready for the playoffs been our main focus since we came back from the (Christmas) break,” McLellan said.“What we need is to get our key players back in the lineup to figure out what we’ve got but that’s difficult to do until we get them back,” he adds.McLellan likes the make up of the Leafs on paper.He’s happy with the forwards, is happy to have been able to solidify the blueline and is confident one of the two goalies — Adam Maida or Joey Karrer — will step up to lead the Leafs come playoff time.“I’ve talked to and challenged both goalies to be better and get ready for the playoff process,” McLellan said.“We’re going to see who is going to step up and be that guy for us in the playoffs.”Next up, Rockies, RidersNelson’s opposition Friday, Columbia Valley, currently sits last in the Eddie Mountain Division with an 8-26-0-0-6 mark.However, the Rockies are on a one game win streak.Meanwhile, Fernie, Saturday’s test, leads the Eddie Mountain group at 28-9-1-0-2. But the Riders have lost three straight heading into the weekend.last_img read more


first_imgSANTA CLARA — The San Francisco 49ers scored a major victory Wednesday when a county panel cut its Levi’s Stadium property taxes in half, but the fallout from its victory will hurt Santa Clara’s school district and several other public agencies that count on the revenue.Specifically, the district and agencies will have to pay the team a total of $36 million in refunds by June and figure out how to make do with $6 million less a year in tax revenue from then on.The Santa Clara County …last_img


first_imgAmid the concrete jungle, where do you find the luxury of being close to nature? Thanks to the art of growing Bonsai, having a backyard garden is no more a problem. The art is increasingly becoming popular in Gujarat and catching on it many Bonsai hobbyists flaunt their lush green,Amid the concrete jungle, where do you find the luxury of being close to nature? Thanks to the art of growing Bonsai, having a backyard garden is no more a problem. The art is increasingly becoming popular in Gujarat and catching on it many Bonsai hobbyists flaunt their lush green and colourful Bonsai art pieces.Dinesh Patidar’s tiny terrace garden in a tenement society of Vadodara, reflects the beauty of the Bonsai. His terrace is jam-packed with more than 1000 Bonsai, some covered in a deluge of tiny, colourful flowers, some with miniature oranges and sweet limes dangling from branches not more than half-a-foot in length. Dinesh Patidar at his terrace gardenAn electrical engineer by training working with the Indian Railways, Patidar’s love for plants found expression in the large gardens of the railway quarters he occupied until he moved in his own home with its limited spaces, where the possibility of a garden was next to impossible. He found a worthy and satisfying solution in cultivating bonsai plants. Later, he joined the Indo-Japanese Bonsai Society in Mumbai and trained himself in the patient art of the bonsai.Today he has one of the largest collections in Vadodara of flowering bonsai plants including bougainvillaea of different colours, the lovely candle hibiscus, nicoderia with lavendar flowers and the adeniums with different coloured flowers on the same tree. He also cultivates the Mame Bonsai which is the miniature Bonsai. Another Bonsai lover, Chanda Agrawal, president of the Banyan Bonsai Club, is passionate about her immaculate terrace garden. She plays music for them so that they grow well and healthy. Chanda Agrawal”I am quite sure they are not unhappy with me,” she laughs. Agrawal is supported by her husband who has offered her the Surya Palace Hotel infrastructure to host the Banyan Bonsai Club’s monthly workshop and annual exhibition. “Every time we have the workshop, Agrawal explains, “we also put up a small stall selling all the materials, implements, fertilisers, wiring that we bonsai-lovers need and sometimes cannot easily get in Vadodara. The Club has an enthusiastic membership of more than 150 active bonsai-growers. Subhash Uttekar and Sangita Rathod of Baroda are also Bonsai lovers. Together, they have designed a sprawling Bonsai garden spread at the Rathod Bungalow in Alkapuri. The Garden sports many popular as well as unusual Bonsai plants, a few imported from South-east countries, others painstakingly cultivated with prudent grafting. These Bonsai lovers are encouraging many to create more green spaces.  The pine printMiniaturisation: Bonsai is a tree kept small enough but fostered to have a mature appearance.Proportion among elements: Small trees with large leaves must be avoided.Asymmetry: Discourage strict radial or bilateral symmetry in branch and root placement.No trace of the artist: The cultivator’s touch/identity/intervention must not be apparent to the viewer.Go for Bonsai workshop on 19-20 January at Banyan Bonsai Club, being organised by Indonesian Bonsai masters, Mufti and Abdul Karim.advertisementlast_img read more


first_imgNew Delhi, Jun 20 (PTI) The Indian mens football teams participation in the Asian Games was today thrown into confusion after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), amid AIFFs optimism, said it will stick to its criteria for team events, which the sport does not meet at the moment.The All India Football Federation (AIFF), which is believed to have got positive fillers from the Sports Ministry, stated that it is very hopeful of being cleared for the multi-sport extravaganza. However, the IOAs contention is that it can only send the top eight sides in team events as per the norm. “I will not speak about individual sports but the criteria of top 8 in team events and top 6 in individual events stand. We will stick to that, IOA secretary general Rajeev Mehta said. When contracted AIFF general secretary Kushal Das said: Our president Mr Praful Patel has spoken to Mr Narinder Batra (IOA president) and we are very hopeful of our team being sent to the Asian Games. And its not just about the mens team. Football has to be seen in a different light and it cant be compared to handball or any other sport. I have the highest regard for Mr Batra and Mr Rajeev Mehta. We are confident of going to the Asian Games, Das added. Indian mens team is currently ranked 97th in the world and 16th in Asia, but the football body wants the authorities to look beyond rankings under the present circumstances. India recently won the Intercontinental Cup after beating Kenya 2-0 in the final at Mumbai. India’s sizzling performance in the tournament gave credence to chief coach Stephen Constantines belief that the team should be the sent to the Games.advertisement Infact, prior to the Intercontinental Cup final in Mumbai, Constantine had appealed to the government to send a team for the mega sporting event. “We need more games and if the government is listening, send us to the Asian games. Its an U-23 event and we have 11 players in this squad who are below 23. The benefits the players will gain from the Asian Games will be huge, Constantine had said. PTI ATKATKlast_img read more


first_imgWoman was stabbed at the Fashion Valley Mall Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – An unidentified assailant stabbed a woman in the back in an apparently random attack at Fashion Valley mall late this afternoon.The 58-year-old victim was texting near a Container Store outlet on the northeast side of the shopping center when she was assaulted from behind shortly before 3:30 p.m., according to San Diego police.“The victim turned around and saw a (man) walking away,” Officer Robert Heims said. “The victim chased (him) through the parking lot onto Friars Road, and lost him at the (state Route) 163 off-ramp.”Medics took the woman to a hospital for treatment of a non-life-threatening puncture wound to her right shoulder blade.The victim described the assailant as a brown-haired, roughly 6-foot white man with blue or green eyes.He appeared to be in his early 30s and was wearing brown pants and a green shirt, she told police. Posted: January 9, 2019 January 9, 2019center_img KUSI Newsroom Updated: 7:48 PM KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more