first_imgGrains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store ReddIt + posts Facebook ReddIt Claire Girman is a journalism major from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She’s fueled by college sports rage, literature and French press coffee. The109: Community hosts fundraiser to support injured Fort Worth officer Claire Girmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/claire-girman/ printWhen a law enforcement officer can no longer report for duty, leave it to the community to bring support to the front line.Sherri Aaron, wife of Mansfield Police Chief Tracy Aaron, is the mastermind behind a fundraising event honoring the family of injured Fort Worth Police Officer Matt Pearce.Aaron and her team have organized a fundraiser for Monday, March 28 with city police associations and various Chick-Fil-A’s across the area to raise money for the family of Officer Pearce.“Chick-Fil-A is very good about being able to do fundraisers like this,” Aaron said. “They really do support the men and women in blue in law enforcement.”She said she and her staff would like to raise $50,000 for the family of Officer Pearce.The restaurant locations are donating 20-percent of their sales between 5 and 9 p.m. Monday to the family of Officer Pearce. Aaron said some locations are donating 20-percent of their sales from the entire day. T-shirts honoring the wounded officer will also be sold at the various restaurant locations, and donations for the family will be accepted.Aaron said the fundraiser will help support the officer’s family financially, as Officer Pearce continues his recovery.One reason this fundraiser is so important Aaron said is because it focuses on helping the family of an officer who has been injured, which is different than if an officer is killed in the line of duty. She said that while there are many foundations that support a family for an officer who is killed, that’s not always the case for one who is injured. Officers who are injured can receive worker’s compensation, but Aaron said that’s considered “nothing.”“A lot of officers have to work part-time, so if an officer loses all of his part-time, it puts a financial burden on the entire family,” Aaron said. “This [support] will help relieve some of the financial burden while Officer Pearce can hopefully make a full recovery.”Aaron said many have expressed wanting to get behind the fundraiser and the family of Officer Pearce.“When we first started preparing for the fundraiser, Burleson reached out to us expressing how much they wanted to be involved,”Aaron said. “Then, Benbrook contacted us, along with Fort Worth. It’s just been an outpouring of everyone wanting to help.”[View the story “Officer Pearce Fundraiser” on Storify]Aaron said law enforcement officers will be at each Chick-Fil-A location directing traffic.“The Police Officer Associations within these cities, they’re joining together,” Aaron said. “They want to stand shoulder-to-shoulder to show their support for the Fort Worth Police Department and for Officer Pearce.”Aaron said social media has been an effective way people are showing their support for the officer and his family and that the Pearce family has been keeping up with.“We chose the hashtag ‘#TeamPearce’ because we wanted people to take a picture with the shirt and tag it,” Aaron said. “It means so much to them to see everyone’s support and to see this event blossom throughout the community.”[<a href=”//storify.com/cgirman/teampearce” target=”_blank”>View the story “#TeamPearce” on Storify</a>]Officer Pearce is still recovering at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. He was shot multiple times last Tuesday during an on-foot chase. Sickle cell support group raises awareness, gives back to local doctors Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Facebook Claire Girmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/claire-girman/ Twitter Twitter Open Streets event closes roadway in order to open for people Linkedin Claire Girmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/claire-girman/ Claire Girman Previous articlePeople bounce over to community center for easter egg huntNext articleThe109: Community hosts fundraiser to support injured Fort Worth officer Claire Girman RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSChick Fil AcommunityFort Worth Police DepartmentFundraiserOfficer Pearce Linkedin Claire Girmanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/claire-girman/ Botanical garden hosts hands-on spring event Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturdaylast_img read more

first_imgPrint Email WhatsApp Facebook TAGSfloodsMusic LimerickPrime TImerteSt Mary’s park Linkedin Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Previous articleStorm Darwin causes havoc in city and county as airport forced to closeNext articleStorm Darwin – pictures from Limerick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy center_img NewsCommunityRTE’s Prime Time says it does not pay for audience expensesBy Staff Reporter – February 12, 2014 747 Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up RTE’s Prime Time has said that it does not normally pay expenses for any of the 90 audience members who attend each Tuesday night.The clarification came to light after 12 people from St Mary’s Park, invited to attend the RTE studios for last Tuesday’s edition of the programme, were told that they would not be given expenses for their travel to Dublin and a guarantee or indicate their level of involvement in the live show.Sparking reaction from residents and local council representatives, stricken families, who were described as having “lost everything”, said they would not be in a position to travel to tell their story or give their account.Responding, a spokesperson for RTE said; “Prime Time invites a range of people as audience members to its Tuesday night live programme each week.“Unfortunately it is not possible to guarantee that all audience members who wish to contribute to a discussion will get an opportunity to do so due to the nature of the live broadcast.“RTÉ has extensively covered the severity of the recent flooding across its range of programmes and bulletins, featuring a wide number of accounts from people in badly hit areas.“The recent flooding has affected thousands of Irish people across the country and so as the national public service broadcaster RTÉ continues to highlight the issue including facilitating a debate such as last night’s Prime Time programme.” Advertisement Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch Applications Open for Performers and Toy Testers for The Late Late Toy Show 2020last_img read more

first_imgHousing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Pictured at the Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute’s National Project Awards is ( l to r ) Chapter President Pat Lucey, Andrew Murphy Managing Director at Shannon Airport, Graham Doyle, Secretary General of the Irish Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, Niall MacCarthy, Managing Director at Cork Airport, PwC Portfolio and Programme Management Leader, Féilim Harvey Siobhan O’Donnell, Head of External Communications at daa with the Ireland’s Jubilee Project Award. PIC: MAXWELLPHOTOGRAPHY.IEThe impact of aviation, with Shannon Airport’s role pivotal, in the development of Ireland has been recognised in a major award, ahead of projects such as the state motorway programme and even the introduction of the Smoking Ban.The development of Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports has been recognised as the most influential project undertaken in Ireland over the past 50 years by the Irish Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI).Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The ‘Expansion of Ireland’s International Airports’ project was announced as the winner of special PMI anniversary accolade at the Ireland Chapters’ annual National Project Awards on Thursday, November 14, at the Dublin offices of award sponsors PwC in Spencer Dock.The ‘Expansion of Ireland’s International Airports’ was chosen by public vote from a stellar shortlist of eight from nearly 100 initially suggested projects. The shortlist included the Guinness Storehouse; Introduction of the Smoking Ban; Luas Light-rail System; Redevelopment of Croke Park; Regeneration of Dublin Docklands; State Motorway Programme; and The Wild Atlantic Way.Welcoming the award, Shannon Group Chief Executive Mary Considine said: “We are very proud of the influence Shannon Airport has had and continues to have on Ireland’s economic success. Shannon is now and always was an innovator; it’s in our DNA, from the establishment of the world’s first Duty-Free shop in 1947, now grown into a multi-billion dollar global industry, to being the first airport in the world, outside of the Americas, to provide full US Preclearance facilities, making arrival in the US easier and faster. More recently we were also the first airport in Europe to establish an airport sensory room for our customers.“This year we celebrated the 80th anniversary of the landing of the first passenger aircraft, and as a central core of Shannon Group, the airport continues to be a driving force for economic growth in the West of Ireland. It does this through the delivery of global air connectivity to enhance the region attractiveness as a location for FDI and indigenous companies and boosts the tourism industry by providing overseas visitors with gateway access to the Wild Atlantic Way.“Shannon was the birth place of aircraft leasing and today we are continuing to support Shannon’s aviation cluster through our International Aviation Services Centre (IASC). We are very proud and grateful for the honour bestowed on us by Irish public, and of the role that Shannon Airport, through our dedicated employees past and present, has played in growing the Irish economy over the past 50 years.” WhatsApp TAGSairportbusinessClareindustryLimerick City and CountyNewsShannonTransporttravel Facebook Limerick businesses urged to accept Irish Business Design Challenge Exercise With Oxygen Training at Ultimate Health Clinic center_img Previous articlePike Overcome Ballynanty with Controlled DisplayNext articleAlby Mathewson set to leave Munster on Saturday Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie BusinessNewsShannon Airport’s influence has been central in Irish aviation – Shannon Group CEO Mary ConsidineBy Staff Reporter – November 18, 2019 432 Ann & Steve Talk Stuff | Episode 29 | Levelling Up Twitter Linkedin Print Limerick on Covid watch list TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type!last_img read more

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Nurses urged to cut risk of sharps injuriesOn 1 Jul 2001 in Personnel Today Occupational health nurses are being urged to assess their workplaces to seewhat they can do to help reduce the risks of suffering sharps or needlestickinjuries. The Royal College of Nursing has launched a safety awareness campaign toprevent sharps injuries in the workplace. A pilot study by the college in the 14 sites in England, Wales and Scotlandhas shown that in the six months from July last year, there were 455 sharpsincidents, of which 40 per cent happened to nurses. Launching the “Be safe, be sharp” campaign, RCN senior employmentrelations adviser Sheelagh Brewer said, “A sharps injury is not just aboutneedles. A sharp can be anything from a syringe, scalpel or broken glass to afragment of bone or a patient’s tooth.” The college has produced a campaign pack filled with information on how toavoid injuries. This includes a “pocket action card” telling nursesexactly what to do and who to tell if they are injured. It was up to key staff such as OH nurses, safety representatives andinfection control nurses to look at their workplace environment and assess therisk of suffering sharps injuries, and look again at what are the safestsolutions, she added. www.rcn.org.uk Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Wednesday, Weber State announced the men’s and women’s cross country schedules for the 2018 season.The Wildcats’ season commences at Twin Falls, Idaho as they will compete at the College of Southern Idaho Invitational September 7.They then will compete at the BYU Invitational September 15 and will then be at the Notre Dame Invitational September 28 at South Bend, Ind.Up next for the Wildcats is the Utah State Invitational at Logan October 5 and the NCAA pre-national meet October 13 at Madison, Wis.The Big Sky championship meet will be October 27 at Sacramento, Calif.Leading the Wildcats’ men is senior Jordan Cross, who finished sixth at the conference championships and 29th at the NCAA Mountain region meet.The Wildcats’ women are led by junior Summer Harper, the top returning performer from last year’s conference championship and mountain regional meets. July 18, 2018 /Sports News – Local Weber State Announces 2018 Cross Country Schedule Tags: Big Sky/Jordan Cross/Notre Dame/Southern Idaho/Summer Harper/Utah State Inivtational/Weber State Cross Country Brad Jameslast_img read more

first_imgTwitterFacebook APRIL 10TH, 2018 BRITNEY TAYLOR EVANSVILLE, INDIANAA fourth suspect has been arrested in connection to the New Year’s Day murder of D’Angelo White. Noah Coleman was taken into custody during a traffic stop for his alleged role in the death of White.The traffic stop happened just after 4:00 this afternoon along I-69 near the Covert Avenue exit. Two other people have also been arrested for assisting a criminal.In February, Derrick Butts, Charissa Robinson, and Mykel Blair were arrested and charged with murder, conspiracy to commit armed robbery resulting in death, and attempted robbery resulting in death.Investigators believe Robinson lured White to South Bedford Avenue to buy marijuana from him. Police believe the drug deal was arranged with the purpose of robbing White.Authorities believe Blair was the person who shot White during the robbery. White drove off, but crashed shortly after into a home on Washington Avenue. But Police say he told them “in my phone, she set me up” before he died.Police recovered 68 grams of marijuana in White’s vehicle.An investigation revealed Robinson stole the gun used in the shooting, and it belonged to her grandparents.According to the police reports a Snapchat video also showed Robinson displaying the gun and laughing.Investigators say Coleman was stopped by Henderson Police in the days following the murder and had six handguns in his possession. HPD seized the guns, but did not arrest Coleman. The guns will be tested to see if any are connected with White’s murder.Blair, Butts, and Robinson are being held in the Vanderburgh County Jail.There’s no word the exact charges Coleman will face once he’s booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail.Previous StoryDeadly Crash Victim Alludes To Setup Before Dying CommentsFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharecenter_img last_img read more

first_imgFood retailers are shielding customers from the full impact of soaring commodity prices, according to figures produced by the British Retail Consor- tium (BRC).The Shop Price Index, developed by the Consortium and administered by marketing information company AC Nielsen, showed that fresh food prices increased by 6.4% in May compared with this time last year, a rise from 4.5% in April. But the BRC noted that, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), increases in the price of petroleum products faced by retailers amounted to 25.4% and therefore “consumers have experienced a comparatively small increase in the price of fresh foods”.BRC director general Stephen Robertson said: “Intense pressure from rising costs has pushed up the shop price of food, but it is clear retailers are continuing to shield customers from the full impact.”Meanwhile annual inflation for ambient food was 5.4% in May, compared to 5% in April. The BRC report said ambient food faced the same inflationary pressures as fresh foods, with the additional impact of rises in bread and cereal prices, which it added were “mainly the effects of shortages in soft commodities such as rice and grains”.The problems have been exacerbated, according to the BRC, by price controls and export restrictions imposed by up to 30 commodity-producing countries.last_img read more

first_imgA Warburtons factory caught on fire last Thursday night, which took almost four hours to extinguish. The fire at the Manchester factory site on Glebe Street, started in the plant room, located at the top of the building, in the motor of a piece of machinery which pushes flour into the production line.Two fire engines and an aerial appliance from Oldham attended the incident at 8.45pm, using hoses and specialist equipment, including a thermal imaging camera, to put out the flames.A spokesman for Warburtons, said: “All employees were evacuated safely and the fire was quickly contained by the fire brigade.”The company said it would be working with the fire brigade to investigate the cause of the fire.last_img

first_imgRead more about the New Year Honours 2020 or find out how to nominate someone for an award. 789 (72%) of the recipients are people who have undertaken outstanding work in their communities either in a voluntary or paid capacity. 556 women are recognised in the List, representing 51% of the total 9.1% of the successful candidates come from a BAME background 11% of the successful candidates consider themselves to have a disability (under the Equality Act 2010) 3.3% of recipients identified as being LGBT+ This Honours List continues to demonstrate the breadth of service given by people from all backgrounds from all across the UK. In total 1,097 people have received an award.941 candidates have been selected at BEM, MBE and OBE level: 315 at BEM, 397 at MBE and 229 at OBE.last_img

first_imgCheck out the full setlist below, courtesy of All Things Umphrey’s. Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at North Coast Music Festival, Chicago, IL – 9/4/16One Set: Sirius[1] > The Floor, 40’s Theme, In The Kitchen > Glory[2], Wappy Sprayberry > Plunger, Piranhas, Puppet String > Remind Me, August > Puppet StringEncore: The Triple Wide, Electric Avenue to Hell[3], Mulche’s Odyssey[1] debut, Alan Parsons Project[2] with Anders Beck on dobro[3] with Jennifer Hartswick on vocals[Photo via Umphrey’s McGee // Instagram] Umphreaks were eager to catch their favorite band, headlining at the famed North Coast Music Festival last night. After putting on a great late night after party on Saturday, Umphrey’s McGee returned with a killer festival set in their hometown.The band opened their show with a debut cover, playing “Sirius” by the Alan Parsons Project to start off the show. The jams just kept coming as the band brought out favorites “The Floor,” “40’s Theme,” and “In The Kitchen” one after another.Two special guests made their way into the band’s NCMF set, as dobroist Anders Beck from Greensky Bluegrass showed up mid-set to accompany UM on a great version of “Glory.” It was Jennifer Hartswick who got the call later on, joining Umphrey’s for a mash-up of “Electric Avenue” and “Highway to Hell” titled, humorously, “Electric Avenue to Hell” in the encore. What fun!last_img read more