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Holidays, Press Release, Weather Safety Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf is reminding motorists to be aware that heavy rain overnight, with rain showers through most of the day tomorrow, could impact travel across much of eastern Pennsylvania. Motorists should watch for ponding on roadways and flooding in poor drainage areas while traveling.“I want every Pennsylvanian and every visitor to our state to have a safe holiday season,” Gov. Wolf said. “Please don’t let the distractions of the holidays keep you from driving safely and heeding weather forecasts, especially as we anticipate heavy rain and possible flooding over the next day or so in the eastern portion of the state.”Anyone with properties along rivers and other waterways should keep an eye out for rising water levels from Friday morning into the weekend. Major flooding is not expected at this time, but conditions can change quickly.The National Weather Service says parts of the state could see scattered snow showers Friday into early next week. While significant accumulations are not anticipated, light amounts of snow can create hazardous road conditions.The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) will be in contact with county emergency management personnel to monitor any unmet local needs.PennDOT warns motorists not to drive across roads covered with water because even shallow, swiftly flowing water can wash a car from a roadway. Also, the roadbed may not be intact under the water. And never drive around barricades or signs on closed roads – Turn Around, Don’t Drown.Fines for going around a barricade are $250; if emergency responders need to perform a water rescue or have a vehicle towed, the fine increases to $500 plus two points on the driver’s license.Anyone planning to travel through the holiday weekend should closely monitor weather conditions along travel routes.Motorists can check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles, including color-coded winter conditions on 2,900 miles, by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 860 traffic cameras.511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website. Motorists Reminded to Watch for Heavy Rain and Flooding; Monitor Weather Through the Holiday SHARE Email Facebook Twitter December 20, 2018
By Josh ReynoldsSTUART, Iowa (June 7) – Regaining the lead coming out of the final turn, John Emerson was the IMCA Late Model feature winner by all of half a car length Sunday at Stuart Speedway.Emerson led fellow front row starter Nagle as Todd Cooney moved into second on lap four. Emerson, Cooney and Nagle ran 1-2-3 until Cooney made his pass for the lead on lap 14.Emerson stayed in Cooney’s tracks until the white flag flew, driving low and up beside Cooney on the backstretch. The two were side-by-side coming out of turn four with Emerson pulling ahead by a half car length at the line.Cooney settled for second with Nagle third, Curtis Glover fourth and Daulton Maassen fifth.Jimmy Gustin stayed true to the top side and was rewarded with the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified win.Nick Roberts made it a race but ran out of laps and had to settle for second. Josh Gilman finished third and Luke Wanninger drove from 16th to fourth with Josh Most rounding out the top five.Josh Daniels’ margin of victory was also half a car length in the feature for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars.Marcus Fagan ran alongside Daniels the last five times around the oval, coming up just short in his bid for the win. Brian Blessington was third.Clint Luellen took the lead on lap two and drove to the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod checkers. John Watson used the top line on the 12th lap in scoring the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock win. Jacob Reiter was first to the Mach-1 Sport Compact checkers.
Assistant manager Marco Tardelli has assured striker Kevin Doyle he still has a future with Ireland despite being dropped from the squad by text. Doyle spoke of his disappointment at learning of Trapattoni’s decision when he came off the pitch after scoring the winner in Wolves’ 2-1 npower Championship victory over Bristol City on Saturday in an interview with his club’s official website, www.wolves.co.uk. The 29-year-old said: “I was very disappointed to come in after the game to a text message saying I wasn’t to travel to Ireland to join up with the squad. “I have been in every squad when I have been fit for seven and a half years, so it was disappointing. I thought I might get a phone call, but it wasn’t to be and I haven’t spoken to the manager about it. “Maybe he will speak to me about it in the future and for now, I just have to get on with it. I have been in squads for seven and a half years and certainly never took it for granted and have always found it a great pleasure and privilege to play for my country. “I feel I have always given 100 per cent in terms of showing the right attitude and dedication with Ireland in every training session and every match, as I do here at Wolves. “I will carry on doing that and hopefully get another opportunity to do that again in the future. It was disappointing to get the text message telling me not to travel, particularly after such a good game with Wolves, and you quickly go from one extreme to another. “But that’s football – I’m not going to cry about it and just get on with it and hopefully get back in the squad as soon as I can.” The Wolves frontman was named in manager Giovanni Trapattoni’s provisional party for Friday’s World Cup qualifier in Sweden and the home clash with Austria four days later, but despite being a constant in the squad during the Italian’s reign, he did not make the final 23. Tardelli said: “We love all the players who have given us many successes and all players deserve the same things. The boss can’t call all the players. But for us, it’s not finished, the time for Kevin Doyle. We know he is a good player and we know in the future, it is possible for him to come back.” Press Association
Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Bio Latest posts by admin (see all) Latest Posts Scores of youngsters turned out for recent Little League baseball and softball tryouts held by the James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA in Ellsworth.Eager young faces watch closely as some of their colleagues are put through their paces during fielding and throwing exercises outside the Down East Family YMCA.—GREG TEHENNEPEScores of youngsters turned out for recent Little League baseball and softball tryouts held by the James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA in Ellsworth.Boys and girls ages 7-12 will be assigned to a dozen Little League baseball and softball teams, and older youngsters will play on three Junior League teams and a Senior League entry.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe season will get under way on Saturday, April 25, with games scheduled two or three times a week at the DeMeyer Field complex.See more photos…For complete story, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. admin House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015
Syracuse wide receiver Adrian Flemming will require surgery for a lower-body injury and will miss the rest of the season, SU Athletics announced in a release Friday.The senior missed all but five games last season with a high-ankle sprain and earned the Orange’s starting No. 2 receiver spot this year without having a career reception.Flemming did make his first catch in SU’s 23-17 loss to Penn State on Saturday and finished with two receptions for 18 yards. Wide receivers coach Rob Moore had high expectations for Flemming, whom he said had the best training camp of any receiver.As a sophomore, Flemming played primarily on special teams and he appeared in only two games as a freshman. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on September 6, 2013 at 12:52 pm Contact Stephen: email@example.com | @Stephen_Bailey1 Facebook Twitter Google+
It finished Ireland 24, France 9 with tries coming from Rob Kearney and Conor Murray in the second half adding to penalties from Jonathon Sexton and Ian Madigan.Momentum switched between the sides throughout and there were worries in the Irish camp with serious looking injuries to Sexton and Paul O’Connell.O’Connell is likely to be ruled out of the rest of the tournament, his final act in a green jersey attempting to shift a defensive ruck in Ireland’s favour just before half-time.
Share The industry wakes up to virtual sports potential June 26, 2020 Virtual sports specialist Golden Race has confirmed that René Wachter, formerly Head of Sales, has been promoted to COO.Golden Race CEO Martin Wachter said: “We are pleased to announce the promotion of René Watcher to COO of the company.“He brings his extensive expertise and experience in sales to lead the company in this new position. We are confident that his skills and dedication with further contribute to the success and growth of the company in the years to come.”New COO Rene Wachter, who has been with the company since 2012, added: “As some of you may know, I am pleased to announce my new position within Golden Race. You can continue to expect the same commitment and dedication, as this is an exciting change for me.”The Wachter duo are currently gearing up to ICE Totally Gaming at the London ExCeL (6-8 February), where Golden Race first introduced Real Fighting in 2016. The game went on to win Best New Virtual Sports Product at the SBC Awards later that year. However, the company is keeping plans for new products and game releases firmly under wraps this time around.Martin Wachter teased: “Like any great magician, Golden Race will not reveal just yet all the releases for the upcoming year. ICE will experience it live – and so will all the attendees!” Submit Related Articles SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Golden Race’s virtual sports products get Swedish certification June 18, 2020 StumbleUpon Share
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIt’s 17 days until Santa gets here, and it’s supposed to be the happiest time of the year. But with buying gifts and inviting family into the house this can become unsafe.“So the National Safety Council wants people to remember the “3 c’s.” We have cooking, candles, and your Christmas tree; those are some real fire hazards around the holidays. When in terms of cooking anything you should try to do it on the back burner just so your children can’t walk by and pull something off the stove. Set timers so that you not only know when your food is done but you also reduce the risk of the stove catching fire. As for Christmas trees they are so beautiful but don’t overload your lights nor more than 3 strands of lights in the same socket and then with candles blow them out before you leave the room or just buy fake ones,” National Safety Council Spokeswoman, Maureen Vogel said.Another thing to watch out for is a porch thief.“Being aware of when your package is being delivered and when it’s coming to you so that you can plan to be home or let a neighbor know. At the same time look out for your neighbors if you see that a package has arrived help them out,” Best Buy Smart Home Expert, Pedro Melendez explained.With new years right after Christmas, Vogel said drinking and driving increases.“Please designate a sober driver or make other arrangements. Ride, share, a taxi or whatever it takes please don’t get behind the wheel if you’ve had anything to drink,” Vogel shared.Removing unused medication is something most people tend to overlook.“Clean out your medicine cabinet. This is something that people don’t think about. Your unused pills, especially those highly addictive opioids they need to go. They shouldn’t be sitting in a medicine cabinet,” she noted.Other safety tips includes cleaning your house, and removing toys so that everyone has an enjoyable time.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Local Business Donates Oil Changes to Help Seniors for the HolidayNext Alpena Municipal Council Applies for State Grant on Behalf of NOAA
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