first_imgREPRO DIGITAL/ CHAMPLAIN VALLEY PRINTING ACQUIRES NEW HASSELBLAD CAMERA SYSTEMWinooski, Vermont- Repro Digital/Champlain Valley Printing today announced the purchase of the new Hasselblad H3D II 31 megapixel medium format camera for its Photographic Studio located at 450 Weaver Street in Winooski, Vermont.John Goodman, with more than 30 years experience, has been the resident Photographer at Repro/Champlain Valley Printing for over 14 years and was one of the first digital Photographers in New England. “The large 31 megapixel CCD Sensor provides a sharper, cleaner, more accurate image than any other DSLR type camera” noted Goodman. He continued. “This all means less time and money spent doing color corrections and other post production cleanup. Skin tones appear natural and color gradients are smooth and noise free.” Goodman also stated that “the fully integrated Hasselblad system allows us to shoot in even the most challenging lighting environments like mixing available light with studio flash to make natural looking room settings.”Goodman believes that the new Hasselblad camera system, combined with his 30 years of experience, provides the best photography value in Vermont.Repro Digital/Champlain Valley Printing, in addition to their state-of-the-art Photography Studio, provides their customers turn-key services including pre-press, one-color to four-color digital and offset printing with binding and finishing servicesFor more information contact John Goodman (ext. 18) or Roger Moylan (ext. 27) at 802-655-2800 or visit the Repro Digital/ Champlain Valley Printing website at is external)last_img read more

first_imgSOLD: 97 Greta St, Manly West sold for $780,000.THE sale of 97 Greta St, Manly West, not only achieved the highest sale price this week, it set a new record for the street.Place Manly lead agent Danny Day said the home sold for $780,000 for private treaty, which had not been achieved prior in this street.“That was the highest price in the street, prior to another one, after mine, further down selling for the same price,” he said.Mr Day said while the property took more than 80 days to sell, it wasn’t an accurate representation of how long similar properties like this are taking to sell.“We had Christmas in the middle (of marketing), so it was probably on the market for 80-odd days,” he said.“Also our contract period for that one was quite an extended contract.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours ago“Realistically it wouldn’t have been the 80 days, it would have been a lot shorter.” The elevated position of this Manly home helped attract a record price for the street.He said the buyers, who have moved down from Cairns for work, were attracted to the low maintenance lifestyle and the guest space on the lower level.“They’re going to have older people stay with them from time-to-time as well, so the downstairs having a separate bathroom as well and bedrooms downstairs appeal to them.”He said there was ample demand for properties similar to this.“People are always looking for things where they can have guests stay and where they’ve got their own private area,” he said.“I think that top end of Manly, especially in Greta St right now, is in high demand because there’s a lot of properties that can be add value you too. “But also, it’s a position, it’s a really nice high elevated position, so you get bay views from the property as well.”last_img read more

first_imgRelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Tottenham sign £25m Sergio Reguilon An emotional Jose Mourinho revealed that his family’s Christmas was overshadowed by the death of his dog Leya. The Tottenham Hotspur manager opened Amazon Prime’s Boxing Day broadcast as Spurs took on Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League’s early kick-off, appearing alongside presenter Jim Rosenthal. But the 56-year-old revealed that the festive period had been a somewhat sombre time in the Mourinho household after losing his dog, which the Portuguese treated as one of his own. Asked how he celebrated Christmas, Mourinho said: “To be honest, it was very sad because my dog died and my dog is my family. “But we have to move on.” The former Chelsea and Manchester United manager was visibly emotional discussing Leya’s death, appearing to hold back tears as he spoke, and he thanks Rosenthal for his commiserations before leaving the interview. Leya was a Yorkshire Terrier who had previously been in the public eye 12 years ago when Mourinho was arrested and cautioned after arguing with police officers over allegations the dog had been taken abroad and brought back to the United Kingdom without having vaccinations. It soon transpired that Mourinho’s wife, Matilde Faria, had taken Leya to Portugal under the permission of authorities. It’s thought that Leya turned 12 this year after Mourinho’s daughter Matilde posted a picture of her 10th birthday celebrations on Instagram two years ago.Tags: Brighton and Hove AlbionJose MourinhoLeyaPremier Leaguelast_img read more

first_img Published on September 28, 2014 at 8:14 pm Contact Ryan: Facebook Twitter Google+ Laura Hurff could not believe what had just happened. The ball she had just shot went into the net, but her first career goal felt too surreal to be true.The freshman netted the first score of the game, leading a youth-infused No. 10 Syracuse (7-3, 0-3 Atlantic Coast) to a 6-2 win over Hofstra (7-4) in front of 324 fans at J.S. Coyne Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Of the Orange’s six goals, the first four were scored by freshmen as SU snapped a streak of three consecutive losses against ranked ACC opponents.Soon after Hurff’s goal, fellow freshmen Annalena Ulbrich and Lieke Visser scored. Visser added another goal in the second half, while Ulbrich recorded an assist on two of the team’s three second-half goals.The type of field hockey the team displayed on Sunday is exactly what the team has been working on in practice, according to head coach Ange Bradley.“Our upperclassmen moved the ball and our freshman were able to follow and just reshape,” Bradley said. “We’ve been working a lot on link-up hockey. It was nice to see them be able to execute that.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter Hurff’s goal, the SU offense kept putting pressure on the Pride. On a penalty corner, Ulbrich scored from just inside the circle, with the assists going to Jordan Page and Visser.Though Hofstra answered with a score a little less than two minutes later to make it 2-1, the Orange responded as Visser scored off a corner a little more than 25 minutes into the period.The freshman’s production didn’t stop in the second half. A little more than four minutes into the second period, Ulbrich found Visser wide open on the left side of the goal for an easy put-in. “Now after a few games, we are more a team and everybody fits in it,” Visser said. “We can find each other better right now.”Ulbrich assisted on another goal about seven minutes later when she found Alyssa Manley for a goal off of a corner.Visser believes that experience and game repetition have made it easier for the Orange to work together, especially for young players like her. The confidence the upperclassmen have shown in the freshman class as it has developed helped lead to the performance from them Sunday, Hurff said.“They all believe in each other and they believe in the freshmen even though it is our first year,” Hurff said of SU’s upperclassmen. “They do believe in our talent so that really helps us to play to our best ability.”The Orange hopes the freshmen’s breakout performances Sunday could be a sign the team is turning itself around. With an 0-3 record in the most difficult conference in field hockey, the team could use more contributions from its freshmen if it hopes to qualify for the ACC tournament in November.“In the ACC, we haven’t been as aggressive in the first month, with a lot of younger kids, the uncertainty,” Bradley said. “Now, we come out, we get a couple of yellow cards, but that’s the aggressiveness you need to play with to play and be a viable competitor within our league. It’s pretty much kill or be killed.” Commentslast_img read more

first_imgWEEK 16 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerDJ Chark injury updateChark (ankle) was ruled out Friday for Week 15 but still traveled with Jacksonville to Oakland. On Monday, Jags head coach Doug Marrone said Chark was “cleared to get on the field and do some running and cutting.” The Jaguars play in Atlanta at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.It’s a great passing-game matchup for Jacksonville this weekend, so anyone who made it through the fantasy semifinals without Chark would love to get him back. Running and cutting on his injured ankle Monday has to be considered a good sign for his availability. He’s a must-start if active. If Chark is out, Chris Conley, Dede Westbrook and Keelan Cole all have varying degrees of FLEX appeal.WEEK 16 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endIs Mike Evans playing Week 16?Two reports, one from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and one from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, have indicated that Evans (hamstring) is out for the remainder of the season. Chris Godwin and Scotty Miller are dealing with hamstring injuries for Tampa Bay, too.It looks like Saturday at 1 p.m. ET will be the Breshad Perriman and Justin Watson show in the TB wideout group. Against the Texans, that makes Perriman a must-start and Watson a solid FLEX play against a bad pass defense. O.J. Howard is also a back-end fantasy starter at TE with Evans and Godwin both likely out.MORE WEEK 16: Top waiver pickupsJuJu Smith-Schuster injury newsAt the end of last week, Smith-Schuster (knee) said he isn’t sure when he’ll return and that it’s up to Mike Tomlin. He’s missed the past four Pittsburgh games with a knee injury. The Steelers take on the Jets at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.If JuJu couldn’t make it back for a crucial playoff impacting matchup with the Bills on Sunday night, it’s not looking great for his chances of playing the rest of the way. Against the Jets, both James Washington and Diontae Johnson have FLEX worthiness in a boom-or-bust way.WEEK 16 DFS LINEUPS:FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPP Fantasy championships could be riding on some wide receivers who haven’t yet gotten over injuries. DJ Chark, Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Nelson Agholor could all play a part in start-or-sit decisions and waiver wire pickups this week as the Week 16 WR rankings get put together. We have the latest injury updates and news to help you make the best roster decisions.For injury updates on banged-up RBs Jordan Howard, Kerryon Johnson, and Damien Williams, click here; for more on injured TEs Evan Engram, Greg Olsen, and Gerald Everett, go here; for the latest on Dalvin Cook, click here; for updates on Chris Godwin, go here. For more fantasy news, follow us on Twitter @SN_Fantasy. Nelson Agholor injury statusWhen Eagles head coach Doug Pederson spoke with reporters Monday, he said that Agholor is making progress and that he wouldn’t rule out Agholor returning Sunday to face Dallas. Agholor (knee) has missed the last two games, and Philadelphia is already without Alshon Jeffery for the rest of the season.MORE WEEK 16: Waiver pickups | FAAB planning | Stock watch | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff tipsAgholor hasn’t been productive when he’s played, even without Jeffery, but if he’s healthy, he’ll steal playing time from recent breakout Greg Ward. If Agholor is out, Ward is a solid FLEX play against Dallas, especially in PPR leagues, after catching seven passes for 61 yards and a late score in Week 15.last_img read more