Two hospitalised in city centre crash

first_imgLinkedin First Irish death from Coronavirus Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up TWO people were being treated at the University Hospital Limerick this Thursday afternoon following a road traffic collision at a busy city centre junction.The two-car collision occurred at the junction between Cecil Street and Catherine Street shortly after 11am.Emergency services attended the crash scene and the area was immediately cordoned off with restrictions put in place to motorists and pedestrians.The two injured people were initially treated at the scene but were removed to the hospital for further treatment. Their injuries were understood to be minor in nature.The busy junction was closed for a period of time to allow a clean up process rake place but the area has since be reopened. No vaccines in Limerick yet Facebook Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Printcenter_img NewsBreaking newsTwo hospitalised in city centre crashBy admin – January 2, 2014 641 Twitter TAGSfeatured Advertisement Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Previous articleFireworks continue with City of Culture resignationsNext articleCox’s formal response to City of Culture resignations admin Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHLlast_img read more

Theo Epstein explains Cubs’ trade deadline strategy

first_img“There’s a lot of conversation, but prices are normally high at this point in the month,” Epstein said. “They get a little bit more realistic later. That’s kind of the mode everyone’s in right now.”The Cubs made a minor move earlier this week when they acquired backup catcher Martin Maldonado from the Royals in exchange for Mike Montgomery. They then placed Willson Contreras on the IL, although his injury is not considered serious. The Cubs are looking for ways to improve their roster before the July 31 trade deadline. But, they might not be willing to move their top prospects to make a major upgrade, president of baseball operations Theo Epstein said this week.“We’re not at July 31 yet,” Epstein told The Athletic. “But I think we have multiple priorities this year. We want to win now, but we also want to rebuild the system, so it would take a special deal to sacrifice the very top of the farm system. Willson Contreras injury update: Cubs catcher placed on IL as ‘precautionary’ move “The more good players you have playing well, the better you’re playing as a team, the more you can kind of focus on certain specific needs,” Epstein said. “That’s certainly what we’re doing. We’re always trying to look for any area to upgrade that’s realistic while keeping the bigger picture in mind, too.”The Cubs entered play Thursday in first place of the National League Central with a 51-44 record. They lead the Brewers and Cardinals by 2 1/2 games. “We feel really good about those guys. But I also think we have burgeoning depth in a lot of areas and some interesting upper-level guys and really high-ceiling lower-level guys, so I feel like it’s overall been a pretty good year for the system if you sort of look in the right places.”Chicago wants to add a leadoff hitter and a reliever, according to an earlier report from 670 The Score. Ben Zobrist, who typically occupied the top spot in the Cubs’ lineup in previous seasons, has been on the restricted list since early May. Related News MLB trade rumors: Cubs looking to add leadoff hitter, reliever before deadline MLB trade rumors: Royals focused on moving Billy Hamilton, Ian Kennedy, other veteranslast_img read more

GOP Says Renomination of Trump to Be Held in Private

first_imgThe GOP has announced a change in this year’s nomination process.The vote to re-nominate President Trump will be conducted in private later this month, and without any members of the news media present.A spokeswoman for the Republican National Convention cites the coronavirus pandemic for restricting press coverage from the Aug. 24 vote in Charlotte, North Carolina.“Given the health restrictions and limitations in place within the state of North Carolina, we are planning for the Charlotte activities to be closed press Friday, August 21 — Monday, August 24,” the RNC convention spokesperson said in a statement Saturday.“We are happy to let you know if this changes, but we are working within the parameters set before us by state and local guidelines regarding the number of people who can attend events,” the spokesperson added.The pandemic has prompted numerous changes to the nominating process. Last month, the president cancelled convention activities that were set to take place in Jacksonville, Florida.Formal proceedings of the Republican National Convention, including the vote to formally nominate Trump as the 2020 GOP nominee, are still expected to take place in Charlotte.The proceedings on the Monday of the convention, including the re-nomination vote, will be live-streamed.Space restrictions mean that not all delegates will attend either. Instead, 336 delegates will there, or one for every six delegates.Associated Press reporter Zeke Miller, the president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, has called the decision to close convention activities to the press an “an ill-advised decision” and is asking the GOP to “reconsider.” He tweeted: Nominating conventions are typically major media events, as political parties try to gain coverage of the events to spread their message to as many voters as possible.If the GOP’s decision stands, it will mark the first time in modern history that a party nominating convention would be closed to reporters.last_img read more

City League roundup—Perry routs Carrick 46-0

first_imgThe first touchdown came on Perry’s first drive from 10 yards out. The other came as in the second quarter on a hitch route that landed Ghafoor in the end zone, giving the Commodores a 27-0 lead going into the half.“We were forced to work on our fundamentals,” Perry coach Bill Gallagher said. “We ran cleaner routes today. We held on to some balls that we would normally drop. I liked, especially, how were able to get big yards after the catch on a couple of little screen plays that we were able to make into big plays.”The Perry defense came through with some big plays as well. With 2:50 left in the game, Raymond Taylor recovered a fumble in the end zone after disrupting a pitch from Carrick’s quarterback Rasheed McKamey to the backfield. McKamey was held to 2 of 8 passing for 34 yards and an interception.“This wasn’t a good week for us, preparation-wise,” Carrick coach Jeff McCafferty said. “We’re not where we need to be right now. I’m not pleased or excited about the attitudes of the players.”Allderdice 24, Oliver 6Major struggles tore apart an Allderdice team that won only one game all year. They looked to make a statement in their City League opener against Oliver and held them to one score as they sailed to a 24-6 victory Friday at Cupples Stadium.Senior quarterback Mike Pfleger had six completions on eight attempts, with a 25-yard pass touchdown pass to Dominick Gardner. He also had a one-yard rush for a score, as well.However, the Dragons can ultimately attribute their success in last Friday’s game to running back Patrick Ferguson, who rushed for 132 yards on 13 carries and two touchdowns. He scored on a 10-yard run in the first half, as well as a big 40-yarder to help solidify things in the third quarter.Oliver’s score came on a 2-yard run by Shakeem Cox in the second quarter.Brashear 27, Schenley 12The defending champion Schenley Spartans fell to Brashear, due to a nice performance by junior quarterback Adam Lynch, who made his conference debut as the Bulls starter Friday night.He scored the game’s first touchdown on a 68-yard run in the first quarter. Tre Gaines added to that with a 25-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown later in that quarter. Lynch then closed out the first half with a 51-yard touchdown pass to Dom Patterson.Schenley quarterback Calvin Beck led their offense as he completed 8 of 10 passes for 111 yards and an interception. He also connected with DeAndre Black for a 10-yard score in the fourth quarter.(Follow our continuing coverage of City League football on our website at www.newpittsburghcourieronline.com.) BOMBS AWAY—Perry’s Eric Frye hauls in a TD pass from QB Greg McGhee in the Commodores 46-0 win over Carrick Sept.11 at Cupples Stadium. by D.W. HowzePerry owned the largest margin of victory for the weekend with a 46-0 romp over Carrick.Quarterback Greg McGhee completed 13 of 26 passes for 205 yards and three touchdowns. He threw one interception. Eight of those completions went to his favorite target, Devin Ghafoor, for 102 yards and two scores.last_img read more

Notice of Show Postponement: March 28 KORESH DANCE ~ La Danse

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington Center for the Performing ArtsKoresh Dance Company scheduled to perform on March 28 at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts has been postponed to a future date that will be announced as soon as the new performance date is confirmed. Executive Director Jill Barnes announced, “We are working to find a mutually agreeable date for the fall of 2020.”The Washington Center will be keeping our community informed as quickly as possible regarding show cancellations due to COVID-19 and Governor Inslee’s mandate for immediate prohibition around public gatherings and events. Ticket holders will be emailed directly with show specific details. We are doing all we can to support the arts community, valued patrons, volunteers and employees.Please visit our website for daily performance and event updates www.washingtoncenter.org or call the Box Office at 360-753-8586.last_img read more