This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Now The home improvement retailer will stay in it’s Flatiron location (Google Maps)Home Depot has extended its lease in the Flatiron District in one of the biggest deals inked since the pandemic began.Under the new lease, the home improvement retailer will continue to occupy 28-40 West 23rd Street for around another 15 years, according to the Commercial Observer.The home improvement retailer initially moved into the 120,000 square feet space in 2004, and the new lease runs through the mid-2030s.“In a challenging retail environment, it checked their box and they didn’t have to spend new capital and neither did we to get the space ready for a new tenant,” said Andrew Roos of Colliers International, who represented Williams Equities along with Michael T. Cohen and Mac Roos. “The location is vibrant and worked for them.”Peter Ripka of Ripco Real Estate represented Home Depot.In October, the retailer signed a new lease for 120,000 square feet at Gazit Horizons’ retail condo at 410 East 61st Street. Home Depot will move into that Upper East Side location after it vacates its current 80,000 square feet at Vornado’s Bloomberg Tower at 731 Lexington Avenue.[CO] — Sasha JonesRead moreHome Depot signs lease for Bed Bath & Beyond’s UES storeTarget planning yet another NYC store in ChelseaSam Chang sells hotel in Chelsea for $147M
Due to the impending inclement weather, Port Arthur ISD will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 16, according to a press release from the district.Please stay tuned to local media and the District’s website, social media pages and mobile app for more updates.
Apr 29, 2013Second Mississippi man arrested in ricin mailings J. Everett Dutschke, 41, a former martial arts teacher from Tupelo, Miss., was arrested early on Apr 27 in connection with ricin-laced letters sent earlier this month to President Obama and two other officials, the New York Times and other media reported. The arrest came less than 4 days after authorities released the first suspect arrested in the case, Paul Kevin Curtis, 45, Corinth, Miss., who said Dutschke had tried to frame him. The tainted letters were sent to Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Judge Sadie Holland of Lee County, Miss., Justice Court, as well as Obama. Law enforcement officials told the Times that the letters had been carefully written to mimic Curtis’s phrasing and concerns. Curtis, an Elvis impersonator, and Dutschke had quarreled for years, mostly online, on a variety of topics, the Times reported. The story said Dutschke could face life in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted. At a court appearance by Dutschke today, a judge refused to set bond for him, according to NBC News. The story said law officers reported finding traces of ricin, a potent poison derived from castor beans, in Dutschke’s home, office, and cars, but he maintains he is innocent.Apr 27 Times storyApr 29 NBC News storyFive more sick in multistate E coli O121 outbreakThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced 5 more Escherichia coli O121 infections linked to Farm Rich frozen food snacks, raising the outbreak total to 32. According to an Apr 26 update, 3 more states are reporting cases, lifting the affected number to 18. States reporting their first cases include California, Colorado, and Florida. Nine patients have been hospitalized so far, two of them with hemolytic uremic syndrome, a potentially fatal kidney complication. Investigations so far point to the Farm Rich products as one likely infection source, but the CDC and state officials are interviewing sick patients to determine what other exposures they had the week before they became ill. Earlier stages of the investigation found the E coli O121 outbreak strain in two different products from the homes of sick patients. The outbreak was first announced on Mar 29, and the company has recalled more than 10.5 million pounds of not fully cooked frozen mini meals and snack items.Apr 26 CDC outbreak update|Apr 5 CIDRAP News scan “Three more sickened in multistate E coli O121 outbreak”Study: 13% of hospitalized flu patients had influenza CAbout 13% of influenza cases in children at a hospital in Spain were attributable to influenza C, and these patients has similar clinical courses to other pediatric flu cases, according to a prospective study in The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. Researchers tested all children younger than 14 years who were hospitalized for a respiratory tract infection from September 2005 through July 2012. Influenza was confirmed by polymerase chain reaction in 128 patients during this time (6.2% of all confirmed viral infections). Of those, 89 (69.5%) had influenza A, 21 (16.4%) had influenza B, and 17 (13.3%) had influenza C. All but 4 of the influenza C patients had a co-infection with up to three viruses (such as adenovirus, bocavirus, respiratory syncytial virus, or rhinovirus). Aside from this distinction, the flu C patients had similar clinical profiles to those of the other flu patients.Apr 25 Ped Infect Dis J abstractCDC’s commitment to polio eradication remains steadfastAlthough polio hasn’t occurred in the United States for decades and remains endemic in only three countries—Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Nigeria, the CDC is an active collaborator in the intensified efforts of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) to wipe out the disease worldwide by 2018, according to an agency update. About 440 CDC workers have provided technical expertise and support through the agency’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) since late 2011, when CDC Director Thomas Frieden, MD, MPH, activated the EOC to partner with GPEI. The workers have completed 362 field deployments to Angola, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, and other areas to strengthen polio surveillance and immunization programs. In addition, more than 500 people have been deployed abroad to work through CDC’s STOP Transmission of Polio (STOP) program, which trains public health volunteers to improve polio surveillance and vaccination campaigns. Among other CDC activities are performing in-depth reviews of other countries’ polio eradication efforts to spot gaps and needs and publishing reports jointly with the World Health Organization on eradication efforts. In 2012, 223 cases occurred, 217 (97%) of them in the three endemic countries.Apr 26 CDC update
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During the regular season Sensations Dress Shop struggled to find any consistency against the rest of the Girl’s U14 League teams.However, when playoffs rolled in the squad rose to World Cup form as Sensations Dress Shop won the Nelson Youth Soccer U14 Girl’s House League crown with a thrilling 3-2 shootout win over Vogue during Championship Saturday at the Lakeside Pitch.Sensations Dress Shop and Vogue played to a 2-2 regulation tie before the victors took over to capture the House League crown in shootout. Mallard’s Source for sports would like to add to the Cinderella seasons for Sensations Dress Shop with Team of the Week honours.The team includes, coach Laura Zondervan, Heather Potkins, Anna Milde, Haley Slomba, Shaen Panko-Dool, Bryce Winters, Ava Young, Alex Pompu, Riley Zondervan, coach Beth Corven, Veronica Kearnes, Kelsey Andrusak, Hannah Corven, Camryn Parnell, Kamylle Barton, Jaden How and Ellee Atkinson.
After a few years of living a life of a gypsy, the Nelson Neptunes are officially returning home to the friendly confines of the Nelson and District Community Complex pool as the Kootenay Summer Swim Association squad opens the 2017 season Monday.The Neptunes were forced to take the show on the road due to ongoing upgrades to the Nelson and District Aquatic Centre, last season training out of the Salmo June through August.However, a few hours on the car didn’t slow the Neptunes as the Heritage City club stole the show at the 2016 Kootenay Summer Swim Association Regionals in Colville, Wash., finishing ahead of the rest of the field to claim the overall title. Every single Neptune swimmer finished in the top three of their respective individual event, or top two in relay events to power Nelson to the regional title.This year, the club is being handed over to rookie skipper Sarah Broen.“I am extremely excited to pass on my knowledge, passion and love for the sport,” Broen said. “I completed for eight fantastic years with the Red Deer Catalina Swim Club in Alberta and for the past four years I have been a member of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.”Broen also competed at nationals, westerns and placed in the top eight at Canada West Swimming Championships during my swimming career. She coached for two seasons in Red Deer and last season I had the privilege of being selected to coach the ASSA all-star team at provincials.Also on the pool deck is Matthew Holitzki, who assumes the assistant coach position for the Neptunes.Holitzki has been a member of the club since 2006.The KSSA season begins (Monday) May 1 and runs until the middle of August.Other teams include Grand Forks, Castlegar, Trail, Colville, Kimberley, Colville, Wash., CrestonNelson is holding two BCSSA sanctioned meets this season — the Neptunes home meet June 3-4 and the Kootenay Regionals August 5-6.This meet is the qualifying meet for swimmers to go to Provincials. Provincials are in Kamloops Aug 17-20.For more information about the club go to the team website.
Garvey’s Tralee Warriors head coach, Mark Bernsen, has won the Super League Coach of the Month after leading his team to an unbeaten run of four games in the league throughout October which sees them currently top of the table.In the Women’s Super League, Kiera Gaines of NUIG Mystics has won the Player of the Month award, having top scored for her side throughout October. Courtyard Liffey Celtics head coach, Mark Byrne has scooped the Coach of the Month award after kicking his team’s season off with four wins from four games, most recently overcoming DCU Mercy by two points.In the Men’s Division One meanwhile it is also a back-to-back win for LIT Celtics shooting star, Matt St Amour. Matt has made a huge impression on the league since arriving in Ireland, and has certainly been shooting the lights out, averaging 44 points per game.Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin head coach, Ignas Sijanas has secured the accolade of Coach of the Month, having continued his side’s unbeaten run throughout October, leaving them as one of just two unbeaten sides in the Division.In the Women’s Division One, newcomers to the league Fabplus North West have collected their first accolade, with the superb Makenzie Burud securing the Player of the Month award after outstanding displays for her side throughout the month.Julian O’Keeffe of Marble City Hawks meanwhile has collected the Coach of the Month award after leading his side to some very big wins throughout October.Basketball Ireland National League Monthly Awards – October 2017Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League Player of the MonthDee Proby (DCU Saints)Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League Coach of the MonthMark Bernsen (Garvey’s Tralee Warriors)Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League Player of the MonthKiera Gaines (NUIG Mystics)Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League Coach of the MonthMark Byrne (Courtyard Liffey Celtics)Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One Player of the MonthMatt St Amour (LIT Celtics)Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One Coach of the MonthIgnas Sijanas (Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin)Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One Player of the MonthMakenzie Burud (Fabplus North West)Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One Player of the MonthJulian O’Keeffe (Marble City Hawks)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email In the Men’s Super League, it’s back-to-back wins for DCU Saints’ star, Dee Proby, as he scoops the Player of the Month award for the second month in-a-row after another blistering display throughout the month of October which saw him average 30 points per game. The Basketball Ireland Players and Coaches of the Month for October have been announced today.
A Galway goal by Aidan Halloran gave Donal O’Fatharthas side some hope as they cut the gap to 3 points but a Cork goal from a penalty with 13 minutes to go proved decisive. Cork extended their lead to 9 points before Galway kicked the last 3 points to see the final scoreline: Cork 1-15 Galway 1-9.Next up for Galway is a home game against Kerry next Saturday at 2pm in Tuam Stadium.Galway U20 football panel v Cork1. Conor Flaherty (Claregalway)2. Jonathan McGrath (Caherlistrane)3. Seán Fitzgerald (Barna)4. Jack Glynn (Claregalway)5. Conor o Neill (Kilconly)6. Macdara Geraghty (Glenamaddy)7. Jack Kirrane (Milltown)8. Paul Kelly (Moycullen)9. James McLaughlin (Moycullen)10. Cathal Sweeney (Salthill/Knocknacarra)11. Aidan Halloran (Salthill/Knocknacarra)12. Brian Harlowe (St Michaels)13. Alan Greene (Oranmore/Maree)14. Oisín Mac Donnacha (Leitir Móir)15. Brian Mannion (Tuam Stars)16. Donie Halleran (Cortoon Shamrocks)17. Cian Deane (Moycullen)18. Dara Whelan (Claregalway)19. Conall ó Caoimh (An Spidéal)20. Tomo Culhane (Salthill/Knocknacarra)21. Jason Reilly (Claregalway)22. Eoin Mannion (Milltown)23. Oisín Gormley (Barna)24. Nathan Grainger (Claregalway)25. Tony Gill (Corofin)26. Ethan Walsh (Cortoon Shamrocks)27. Cian Costello (St James)28. Anthony Keating (Tuam Stars)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Cork led 0-7 to 0-3 at the break and extended their lead to 0-11 v 0-4 early in the second half. Galway U20 footballers were beaten by Cork in Mallow on Saturday 1-15 to 1-9 in the John Kerins Cup.
The key to the success of the Galway Races has been their customers. The many friendships formed, renewed and built over the racecourses 150-year history is a credit to all their loyal customers that come from near and far, year on year to enjoy the special atmosphere at Ballybrit. With just over two weeks until the return of the Galway Races Summer Festival on Monday 27th July, the team in Ballybrit look forward to a somewhat different Galway Races experience with their supporters as they tune-in via RTE television, Racing TV, Galway Bay FM and via the racecourses social media channels from the comfort of your own home this year. With that in mind, and as their customers can’t physically be in Ballybrit this Summer as they race behind closed doors, the team want to bring a taste of the Galway Races to all those who are tuned in at home and would benefit from a friendly phone call from a familiar racing face. What better way than with the new Galway Races ‘Phone a Friend’ initiative. Nominate a friend or family member to receive a phone call from a racing personality n the run to and during race week. A number of nominees will be selected to receive a call from Monday 20th July to Sunday 2nd August 2020.Commenting on the new initiative Sinéad Cassidy, Sales and Marketing Manager at Galway Racecourse said, “when we contacted various jockeys’, trainers and stable staff to get involved in this project, every single one of them jumped on- board and have been really supportive. We have a fantastic group of supporters who have been coming to the Galway Races for ten, twenty, thirty years plus. This is our way of connecting with them and giving them a little treat to say thank you for all the years of support”.To nominate your friend or family member to receive a phone call simply email: [email protected] and give the following details, your full name, contact phone number, nominees full name and why your nominee should receive a call? For more information on the Galway Races Summer Festival, check out www.galwayraces.comprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email