Print NewsBreaking newsArtists invited to apply for studiosBy John Keogh – May 29, 2015 647 Advertisement Linkedin Picture: Gareth WilliamsTHE Limerick Arts Office has announced an open call to recognised artists to apply for the use of two artists’ studios at James Street in Limerick City and in Cappamore.Interested artists can submit their applications up until 5pm on June 17 with a current CV, application form, a typed cover letter including the proposed use of the studio or gallery/workshop space and accompanying documentation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Those intending to apply to both studios are asked to submit two separate applications. Applications should be made to the Limerick Arts Office, Limerick City & County Council, Merchant’s Quay, Limerick, or by email [email protected] WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Previous articleCycle to support school for the deafNext articleCouple jump to safety from burning house John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
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Richmond Police Dept. (RICHMOND, Ky.) — Gruesome new details were revealed in court Monday surrounding the death of Kentucky mom Savannah Spurlock, whose remains were found behind a home in Garrard County months after she vanished. Spurlock’s body was wrapped in plastic trash bags when she was discovered in a 19-inch deep grave last week, a Kentucky State Police detective testified Monday, reported ABC Lexington affiliate WTVQ-TV.The testimony came as David Sparks, 23, one of the three men last seen with Spurlock in January, appeared in court. Sparks was arrested Thursday and charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence, authorities said.Sparks’ family owns the property where Spurlock’s body was found Wednesday night, Kentucky State Police spokesman Trooper Robert Purdy said at a news conference last week. Last week, one of Sparks’ relatives reported a “foul odor coming from his property and he became concerned,” according to the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s uniform citation for Sparks’ arrest. At the property, Spurlock’s remains were found underground, “concealed in an unnatural position,” the citation said.Spurlock’s feet were bound with tape, her body was folded over and a rug was behind her back, the detective testified Monday, according to WTVQ, adding that the rug came from Sparks’ bedroom. Blood in a closet in Sparks’ house matched Spurlock’s DNA, the detective said, per WTVQ. Spurlock, a 23-year-old mom of four, went missing in January after leaving a bar in Lexington with three men, according to authorities. Sparks allegedly told police that Spurlock came back to his house, fell asleep, and later woke him up to ask him where she was, the detective testified, according to WTVQ. Sparks allegedly said he gave her the address and went back to sleep, waking up later to find her gone.An official told ABC News in February they knew the three men took Spurlock to a home in the rural county, but not “when, how she left, or what happened to her after that.” The property where Spurlock was found had been searched several months ago, but no body was found then, Purdy said. All three men were interviewed, but not charged at the time. Sparks was a primary suspect in her disappearance, according to the citation. Authorities on Thursday did not discuss the possibility of additional charges, and Sparks was held without bond, WTVQ reported. A not guilty plea was entered for Sparks last week, according to CBS affiliate WKYT-TV.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
What was announced earlier this year – the addition of Fayetteville-Manlius and Christian Brothers Academy to Class A football and the return of Jamesville-DeWitt – was confirmed by Thursday’s announcement of the Section III schedules for the 2020 season.F-M, CBA and J-D all join long-time member East Syracuse Minoa in the Class A ranks, while Bishop Grimes remains firmly entrenched in eight-man football for its fourth season.Among the many changes in Section III for the upcoming autumn was a longer regular season for large-school teams. Instead of seven games, Class AA, down to nine teams with the departures of F-M and CBA, will go with a nine-game schedule and just four teams will make the November playoffs. The realigned Class A includes 10 teams in two divisions. J-D, who is back after a season in the Developmental division (now Independent League), is in the American division with ESM and CBA, plus Auburn and Indian River.F-M, meanwhile, got put in the National division with Carthage, Central Square, Fulton and Whitesboro and will have just seven regular-season contests, the Hornets opening Sept. 11 against Auburn, the first of three straight home games with Central Square and Fulton to follow.A week earlier, on Sept. 4, ESM opens at Waverly and CBA takes on Rome Free Academy. The Spartans and Brothers will have eight regular-season games, but J-D will stick with seven and start its season a week later at South Jefferson. Tags: Bishop Grimes footballCBAESMF-MJ-D Due to the varying lengths of their respective seasons, Class A will continue to utilize an eight-team playoff format, with opening-round games Oct. 30, semifinals a week later and the finals on the second weekend in November under the new roof at the Carrier Dome.As for Bishop Grimes, it will play eight regular-season games as part of a nine-team league in eight-man football. The Cobras begin Sept. 12 against visiting Cooperstown and will meet defending sectional champion Weedsport two weeks later, also taking on New York Mills, Adirondack, Elmira Notre Dame, Morrisville-Eaton, West Canada and Tupper Lake, from Section X.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story
Officials with Brightline, which is majority owned by Fortress Investment Group, said that the parent company delivered a termination notice tied to its license agreement on July 29. “Virgin has disputed the validity of the termination notice,” according to the report.As part of the partnership, Virgin Trains was set to make a minority investment in Brightline.However, its own parent company has been experiencing financial difficulties.Earlier this week, Virgin Atlantic Airways filed for bankruptcy protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York, as part of a $1.5 billion restructuring plan, according to The Wall Street Journal.Brightline currently has three stations completed. It is also working on expanding in Miami-Dade County, and plans to operate a high-speed rail system between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.Until service stopped in March, 271,778 passengers rode Brightline this year, amounting to just $6.6 million in revenue, according to the report. Two companies that had joined together to improve transportation in Florida are now on different tracks.Brightline is set to stop using the “Virgin Trains” branding, after its parent company suddenly terminated a licensing agreement with Virgin Enterprises Limited late last month. The rail line announced the move Friday afternoon, and says that Virgin is now disputing the validity of the termination notice.The company will change its name back to Brightline Trains LLC following the expiration of the applicable notice period for the name changes under the senior load agreement, the company stated in its monthly report, which was released on Friday.According to the report, Brightline’s additional inline station in Boca Raton continues to progress in its construction, as does an expansion to Orlando.Brightline had been operating as Virgin Trains USA since late 2018, and was expected to complete the rebranding by this summer. It stopped service on March 25 and laid off 250 employees due to the pandemic.Ever wonder what it takes to build a high-speed rail system connecting Miami to Orlando? Take an inside look as we make our way to @MCO. Read more @TrainsMagazine: https://t.co/891VmAVmo0#OnTrackToOrlando #GoBrightline pic.twitter.com/ciRoLI70Qo— Brightline (@GoBrightline) August 5, 2020
Submitted by Olympia Federal SavingsOlympia Federal Savings will begin construction on their eighth branch office this spring. The property is in the Eagle Plaza commercial development, on the corner of Yelm Avenue West and Tahoma Boulevard. The Olympia Federal office will be next to the Yelm Family Medical Plaza, which houses Yelm Family Medicine and Providence St. Peter Hospital Diagnostic Imaging, along with other lab and surgical facilities. The site will allow for a full service branch along with some leased space.“We are very excited to expand into Yelm,” says Lori Drummond, Olympia Federal Savings President. “We have many customers who live in or near Yelm, and as a growing part of Thurston County, we are anxious to provide our full range of services to this area.”Construction on the site is planned to begin this spring, with a goal to have the office open and operating in late 2014 or early 2015. As with their new office in Belfair, and their recently remodeled office in West Olympia, Olympia Federal is looking to bring the latest in environmentally friendly construction materials and energy efficiency to the Yelm office.Olympia Federal Savings was founded in 1906 and it’s headquarters are in downtown Olympia. They are a state chartered Mutual Savings Bank. With assets exceeding $550,000,000, Olympia Federal has earned the Bauer Financial Rating Service 5-Star Rating for 102 consecutive quarters. The 5-Star rating is earned by less then 1% of financial institutions nationally.For more information on Olympia Federal Savings visit www.olyfed.com. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0
Nelson captured the Rossland Mini title for the second time in 30 years.“You know you have performed well as a club when you take home the Team Trophy,” Stewart said.“It’s an achievement all the girls can share in and something the club can show off for a year,” adds Christine Defouw, Nelson’s competition chair.With Rossland in the rear view, the club is looking ahead to the Regional Qualifying Competition in Beaver Valley on January 22-23. Performances at the Regional event will determine the top four skaters in each category to represent this region at the Pacific StarSkate Championships in Cranbrook from March 4-6.Defouw is excited that the season’s culminating event is being hosted so close to home.“It’s a big opportunity. The fact it’s taking place in the Kootenays makes it much more affordable for skaters from our region to attend.”Simpler logistics means coaches and parents can focus on honing routines, deepening confidence and reminding the skaters to enjoy the experience.With the competition season drawing to a close in March the club is starting to focus on its end of season Ice Gala to be held in Nelson in late February. Shaen Panko-Dool and Morgan Sabo topped the medal count to lead Nelson to the overall title at the Rossland Mini Figure Skating Competition Saturday in the Golden City.The Rossland Mini event is the first competition of the New Year for the Nelson skaters.”Our skaters did very well,” said a smiling Nelson Figure Skating head coach Rachel Stewart. “They displayed confidence on the ice, which is a reflection of the hard work and preparation they have invested.”Panko-Dool and Sabo led the club with two gold medals and a silver each. The two skaters, along with fellow club members Charly Defouw and Soleil Babcock, dominated Preliminary Dance winning gold and silver respectively, all the more impressive for being their first year competing in that category.Other gold medals were awarded to Christina Champlin in Junior Bronze Skills, Sophie Borhi for Preliminary Freeskate (10 and under), and Erica Tolles in Junior Bronze Freeskate (13 and over).