Director Clint Harrison handed over the keys to th

first_imgDirector Clint Harrison handed over the keys to the new signing and we thank them for their valued support.Clint said: “As soon as we were approached it was an easy decision to offer our support to Ben until the end of 2019 and we are really looking forward to working with him over the next couple of years.“Here at PSD, we are big supporters of the Saints and can’t wait to see Ben make his debut for our Club and we are delighted to do our bit to help him and his family settle into life in St. Helens.”Ben added: “It’s great that I have a practical vehicle to get around in and obviously I need a car with a few seats because I’ve got four daughters that I need to get around in town!“I’m really thankful for Clint and the guys at PSD for helping me out.”Ben will be driving a Citroen C4 Grand Picasso and if you are looking to purchase your next car, then give them a call on 01744 649503 or visit their website at Barba DinnerWe have a special Audience With Ben Barba event, sponsored by Robinson’s Brewery, at the stadium on Tuesday September 5.The two-course dinner will also feature the thoughts of Head Coach Justin Holbrook, Captain Jon Wilkin and Zeb Taia and is MC’d by Pete Emmett.Tickets are priced at just £40 per person, whilst 2017 Members can book their places at £35 each, and can be bought from 01744 455 053.,The two-course dinner will also feature the thoughts of Head Coach Justin Holbrook, Captain Jon Wilkin and Zeb Taia and is MC’d by Pete Emmett.Tickets are priced at just £40 per person, whilst 2017 Members can book their places at £35 each, and can be bought from 01744 455 053.last_img read more

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Geoff played 365 games for the club scoring close

first_imgGeoff played 365 games for the club, scoring close to 1,400 points, and became the first ever player to win the Lance Todd and Harry Sunderland trophies to go alongside an impressive haul of medals in the red vee.The Book will be in place for the next couple of weeks.A quick note to say that the Pimblett family requested that a minute’s applause be held at the forthcoming Leeds game. We are pleased to be able to honour such a special player.last_img

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The youngster comes in for Morgan Knowles who miss

first_imgThe youngster comes in for Morgan Knowles who misses the next four games through suspension.Justin Holbrook will therefore select his 17 from:1. Jonny Lomax, 2. Tommy Makinson, 4. Mark Percival, 5. Adam Swift, 6. Theo Fages, 7. Matty Smith, 8. Alex Walmsley, 9. James Roby, 10. Kyle Amor, 11. Zeb Taia, 12. Jon Wilkin, 13. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 14. Luke Douglas, 16. Luke Thompson, 17. Dom Peyroux, 18. Danny Richardson, 19. Regan Grace, 20. Matty Lees, 23. Ben Barba.Rick Stone will choose his 17 from:1. Jake Mamo, 2. Jermaine McGillvary, 4. Jordan Turner, 5. Aaron Murphy, 6. Lee Gaskell, 7. Danny Brough, 8. Seb Ikahihifo, 9. Kruise Leeming, 13. Ryan Hinchcliffe, 14. Dale Ferguson, 15. Jordan Rankin, 16. Oliver Roberts, 17. Ukuma Ta Ai, 18. Paul Clough, 19. Daniel Smith, 20. Adam Walne, 21. Adam O’Brien, 23. Darnell McIntosh, 25. Colton Roche.The game kicks off at 7:45pm and the referee will be L Moore.last_img read more

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New Hanover Co deputies find missing teen

first_img18-year-old Ashley Jade Stein went missing on September 3.She is 5’1 and weighs around 100 lbs. She has blue eyes with blondish/brown long hair. She had a flower tattoo on her left collar bone and another on her hip.Her last known location was the Ruby Tuesday on College Road wearing the restaurant’s uniform, red shirt and black pants.If you know any information please contact the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office. Ashley Jade Stein (Photo: New Hanover Co. Sheriffs Office) UPDATE: She has been locatedWILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — New Hanover County Sheriff deputies are searching for a woman who was last seen more than a week ago.last_img read more

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NHCS Board returns to debate over redistricting

first_imgNEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – Parents and students ending the 2017-2018 school year still wait what 2019 holds for the school redistricting. That’s because school board members have to make a decision to re-district.A decision they do not seem to be any closer to after another workshop Monday.- Advertisement – “Do you have an issue with current capacity? And the answer to that is yes you do,” said school superintendent Dr. Tim Markley to the board beginning their workshop.The school board tabled a decision on redistricting High Schools in February and delayed it to happen in 2019.“With what we were looking at with the variables and with the exemption of senior privilege, junior privilege, sibling privilege, we really weren’t moving that many students,” said School Board vice chair Jeanette Nichols.Related Article: Elementary students rev up for NASCAR-inspired academic skills competitionNichols says this workshop placed more information and capacity projections in front of the board. Superintendent Markley also using it to send a clear message: a decision needs to come soon.“We need to do something at the middle school,” said Dr. Markley. “I think we’ve agreed that we generally will wait, we’ve got construction so we’ve got to do construction before we start doing that.”That construction will put more student in mobile units. Markely reported there are nearly 80 units used county-wide that equal the capacity of two schools. He added that several of them date back to the late 1960’s. He said the average life of all of them is roughly 20 years.Nichols hopes come their next workshop, parents will have the answers they need.“These parents need to know as soon as, they need to know a timeline of, we know when we’re going to have to redistrict for the elementary schools, but what are we going to do for the middle school and high school?”Dr. Markley requested the board set a timeline at their May workshop.last_img read more

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First freeze is on the way for many in the Cape Fear

first_img Brown says longer exposure to temperatures below 32 degrees can actually kill plants but, there are simple ways to protect them.“You can simply get a sheet or blanket and cover them up but, be sure that as soon as the sun comes out the next day that you remove those off the plants so that they can get sunlight,” said Brown.She says pots are also good alternatives to keep plants warm.Related Article: All aboard the Oleander Express!Brown adds that extreme weather conditions across the cape fear this year will affect your plants this coming spring. 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Tonight could possibly be the coldest night in the Cape Fear so far this season.The extreme weather this year has impacted plants. New Hanover County Cooperative Extension Agent Susan Brown says this fall has been mild but, forecast temperatures tonight could affect tender plants by burning some edges.- Advertisement – last_img read more

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Navy Week to sail into Port City this spring

first_img Navy Week will be in town from April 1-7.The week will feature senior navy leadership from the military branch, sailors from the USS Constitution, naval divers and explosive ordnance disposal teams and other programs, the release states.“Navy Weeks are designed to help Americans understand why having a strong Navy is critical to the American way of life,” said Cmdr. Linda Rojas, director of the Navy Office of Community Outreach. “Because the Navy is concentrated primarily in select locations on both coasts, we’re challenged to communicate our mission away from fleet concentration areas. That’s where the Navy Week program comes in.”Related Article: Dozens of dealers flocking to Wilmington to showcase antiques, collectiblesNavy Weeks reportedly focus a variety of outreach assets, equipment and personnel on a single city for a week-long series of engagements with key influencers and organizations representing all sectors of the market.For more information on Navy Weeks and the 2019 schedule, visit USS North Carolina Battleship (Photo: Instagram) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The Port City has been selected as one of the hosts for 2019 Navy Week, according to a release from the Navy Office of Community Outreach.Navy Week, which will bring sailors from across the country to Wilmington, is the Navy’s outreach program and allows the Navy to build and strengthen ties to the community, the release said.- Advertisement – last_img read more

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Teacher of the Week shares her secret to relating with students

first_imgLELAND, NC (WWAY) — In some schools, disciplinary problems can inhibit learning, but in this week’s Teacher of the Week, WWAY’s Jeff Rivenbark visited a Brunswick County School where there’s a strong emphasis on “character building” and little room for disruptive behavior.Read, spell, read, is a learning exercise Erin Brangan uses regularly to engage her seventh-grade students in a review of their vocabulary.- Advertisement – It won’t take long for you to see the students in her class are serious about learning. “Character building” is a key component to learning at The Roger Bacon Academy Day School Middle School.“I’m a strong believer that discipline comes first and academics will fall into place,” said Brangan.After earning degrees from Saint Joseph’s University and Long Island University, Brangan landed her first teaching job at The Roger Bacon Academy Day School Middle School where she’s been for the last seven years.Related Article: ‘Teacher of the Week’ uses mousetraps to teach scienceThe person who nominated Brangan noted her unique ability to relate with students.“Honestly, I think its because I was a struggling student myself,” Brangan said. “I think I am able to relate more and I have become more of a rapport builder with my students to help them through the tough times within middle school so they are able to focus on their schoolwork more.”If her students are down emotionally or having a bad day, she offers this advice.“Leave all negativity at the door,” she said. “Be positive. Be happy. We’re going to work to the best of our ability to the best we can and we’re going to be successful, together.”Brangan prides herself on connecting with students on a personal level.“I want to make sure they are entering a safe classroom, that they are able to come to me and I will be their therapist, I will be their advocate, I will be their mentor,” she said. “So I think having that personal relationship with students you can really get that engagement they need within academics.”Perhaps the one educator who inspired Brangan’s teaching style the most was her high school Spanish teacher, Toby Marienfield.“It’s that rapport that I had with her and I had a tough time in high school and it was really–she was someone I could really open up to. So, I try to bring that in with my students,” Brangan said.“She loves her kids and understands the high expectations that our school holds and she believes in them,” said RBA Charlotte Day School Middle School Assistant Headmaster Rosina Walton. “She understands if she wants the best for her kids is to start by understanding them and really having that connection with them.”So how does it feel to be WWAY and Mattress & Furniture Liquidators’ Teacher of the Week?“Its nice to be recognized and I’m truly, truly so honored,” Brangan said. “So, Thank you.”Here’s how to nominate a teacher you know who is making an impact in the classroom.last_img read more

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NCDOT works with Surf City to clarify new roundabouts

first_img(Photo: WWAY) SURF CITY, NC (WWAY) — Roundabouts are new for a lot of people in our part of North Carolina and they are causing problems for drivers in Surf City.Some say that the roundabouts should have been built larger, but that tends to encourage drivers to speed.- Advertisement – NCDOT will soon be supplying signs that make the roundabouts clearer.Mayor Doug Medlin says these signs will be 10 square feet, so you cannot miss them.last_img

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How many thousands up in tents

first_imgAfter Partit Nazzjonalista MEP hopeful Peter Agius took to Facebook to question how much money is being spent in the popularly called Taħt it-Tinda (Under the Tent) events by Partit Laburista MEP candidates, Josianne Cutajar, Cyrus Engerer and Alex Agius Saliba, asked for the reaction of the same candidates. Cyrus Engerer said that during 2018 he and his partner spent €18,900. Alex Saliba did not disclose any amount and Josianne Cutajar failed to answer by the time of publication.People close to the sector told us that the hiring of a tent, its lighting and the audio visual equipment  used to broadcast it cost between €5,000 and €6,500 for each activity.The spend by Cyrus EngererPL MEP candidate Cyrus Engerer told that he held seven such activities in seven different localities, Xagħra, Paola, Żabbar, Mqabba, Lija, Ħamrun and Rabat. Engerer said that these activities do not fall within the period defined as electoral campaign. He said that during the period covered by the law on party financing, a period of time  which starts as of tomorrow, he would organise just one Taħt it-Tinda event. This is being organised at St Julians tomorrow.  Each activity, said Engerer, amounted to €2,700 excluding VAT and which was paid for by the candidate himself and his partner Randolph De Battista, Engerer explained.Engerer launched his campaign at a private complex at Ħal Farruġ on 23 January. The sum mentioned by Engerer does not include the spend on this activity. Neither does it include the sum paid for the transmission of these activities on Smash TV. is informed that the sum runs in to hundreds of euros for each activity.Engerer told that he would give a full account of his spend on the campaign as stipulated by law.Read: Briguglio and Engerer to contest European Parliament electionAgius Saliba short on detailsPL MEP candidate Alex Agius Saliba replied that he has organised a total of three Taħt it-Tinda events but failed to give any information on the amount of money used to finance these is informed that Saliba launched his campaign at a commercial establishment at Ħal Farruġ. His Taħt it-Tinda  events were organised at Siġġiewi, Raħal Ġdid  and Mosta. Agius Saliba organised another public activity at Bieb is-Sultan in Birgu.Further the candidate said all the records will be reflected in the final financial statement which will be prepared and presented to the Electoral Commission by the candidate.Silence by CutajarPL MEP candidate Josianne Cutajar did not reply until the time of is informed that Josianne Cutajar organised 10 Taħt it-Tinda  events which she calls ‘Niltaqgħu l-Pjazza’. Curajar launched her campaign two times. Once it was launched under a large tent in Żejtun, while the second time she launched her campaign at a private complex in Xlendi.Read: Partit Laburista endorses three more candidates for MEP electionsWhat does the law say?According to the European Parliament Elections (Maximum Expenses) Regulations, subsidiary legislation 467.01. The legislation states that ‘no sum shall be paid and no expense shall be incurred by a candidate at an election of members of the European Parliament or his election agent whether before, during or after an election on account of or in respect of the conduct of such election, in excess of €50,000.’WhatsApp <a href=’;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> SharePrintlast_img read more

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