Stock Image.POMFRET – A 31-year-old man died following motorcycle crash over the weekend.New York State Police report Timothy Vogt was riding on Fredonia-Stockton Road following three friends on his 2007 Harley Davidson Saturday afternoon when he lost control crossing the center line, and struck a trailer being towed by a pickup truck.Troopers say Vogt was ejected from his motorcycle and suffered severe body trauma.Police say the Harley continued down the road and struck a second vehicle. At the time of the crash police say Vogt was driving the speed limit and was not impaired by drugs or alcohol.They believe his inexperience riding a motorcycle is to blame for the crash. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Head of Harbor man was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison for smuggling undocumented immigrants to work in 7-Eleven stores that he owned on Long Island and stealing their pay.Farrukh Baig had pleaded guilty in September at Central Islip federal court to wire fraud and concealing and harboring illegal aliens for financial gain.“The defendant exploited his alien employees, stealing their wages and requiring them to live in unregulated boarding houses,” said Kelly Currie, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.Prosecutors said that 58-year-old man, who owned 14 of the stores—10 in New York and four more in Virginia—hired dozens of undocumented workers from Pakistan, gave them stolen identities and stole more than $2.6 million of their wages.The court also ordered him to forfeit his stores as well as five houses worth more than $1.3 million, authorities said. Aside from his prison term, he was also sentenced to repay the wages he stole from his workers.Baig’s wife, Bushra, who co-owned the stores, also pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to conceal and harbor illegal aliens for financial gain. She was reportedly sentenced to three months time served.Currie said the investigation is continuing.
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » We have the esteemed Tom Glatt from Glatt Consulting on each quarter to give us his latest Credit Union HealthScore — and the last few have been nothing short of epic — the interviews and the HealthScores. So, as we close out 2015, we invited Tom back on the show to discuss his most recent findings. And, as most industry analysts have reiterated the last few months, credit unions are firing on all cylinders right now.But Tom also shares a concerning blip in his research that should make most of us pause for thought and hope it’s just a blip and nothing else. Next quarter’s report should tell us if this blip is a trend or a flame out. Stay tuned in Q1 2016 to find out.And to complement our informative chat, I had a couple pint-sized characters crash our conversation and give their take on credit union performance. Always an adventure around the CUbroadcast virtual studios. Many thanks to Tom for being a good sport — and providing us with his experienced insight, of course. Enjoy!
The OVI index in October indicates relatively similar levels of labor demand as in previous periods, both on an annual and monthly basis. Compared to October 2018, the index fell by 0,5 percent, while the seasonally adjusted values of the index indicate an increase compared to the previous month of 1,2 percent – this stagnation in labor demand is in line with the general slowdown in economic momentum.If we look at a longer period, the seasonally adjusted values (and trends) of the index show that job ads, after sharp growth until 2018, have been stagnant for almost two years, the Institute of Economics Zagreb points out, adding that apart from stagnation, everything is visible. greater oscillation of labor demand around trend values - labor demand due to the tourist season is becoming more pronounced. NEXT YEAR 30.000 PERMITS FOR FOREIGNERS IN TOURISM “Although it may be too early to say that the Croatian labor market is transforming in the direction of stagnant labor demand with an increasing share of jobs with fixed-term contracts, the fact that in the last two years we have not seen a significant increase in job advertisements. two years record in terms of the share of fixed-term contracts in total demand, supports such a conclusion ” emphasize from the Institute of Economics Zagreb. This interpretation is supported by the fact that almost half of the required jobs are offered with fixed-term contracts, while ten years ago this type of employment modality accounted for 20 to 25 percent of the demand for work in published online ads. RELATED NEWS:
Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 22 Oct 2019 8:02 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.7kShares The Arsenal assistant got a little too heated on the sidelines on Monday night (Picture: Getty)Freddie Ljungberg was shown his first yellow card in an Arsenal match in over a decade after arguing with the fourth official during Monday night’s defeat to Sheffield United.The Gunners had the opportunity to return to third spot in the Premier League table but fell behind after half-an-hour at Bramall Lane as Lys Mousset scrambled home from close range from a corner.Arsenal dominated possession in the second half but carved out few opportunities of note, though Bukayo Saka was again a livewire for the Gunners on an otherwise miserable night. Saka couldn’t believe he’d been shown a yellow card by Mike Dean (Picture: Getty)He had a great opportunity to cancel out Sheffield United’s lead just a few moments after they’d snuck ahead, driving into the box after a mazy run before appearing to be brought down.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTHowever, referee Mike Dean adjudged that Saka had simulated the contact and booked the teenager, prompting a furious reaction from his old youth team coach Ljungberg.The Swede berated fourth official Simon Hooper who eventually called over Dean, with the referee brandishing a yellow card in the 36th minute.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAsked about the incident afterwards, Emery said bluntly: ‘He was speaking with the assistant referee and he deserved the yellow card.’Somewhat amusingly, it is Ljungberg’s first booking in an Arsenal match since 2007, while he was also booked by Dean all the way back in November 2006 when the Gunners were beaten 3-1 away at Bolton.Booking… For Freddie Ljungberg 😳Arsenal are fuming as Saka is booked for simulation after going down in the Sheffield United area 📺 Watch #MNF now live on Sky Sports PL & Main Event pic.twitter.com/uEIGKg7odu— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) October 21, 2019 Advertisement Advertisement The ability for referees to produce yellow and red cards for managers and coaches is a new introduction, with match officials able to issue cards for actions such as inappropriate language and gestures towards officials.Arsenal were not happy with the officiating throughout the match and Emery felt his side were denied a penalty when Sokratis had his shirt pulled at a corner.The Spaniard explained: ‘I was on the bench and really I watched perfectly, he won the timing to head the ball and for me it was a clear penalty. I think the VAR is for this reason. My point is to review and after to decide, but we need to also help the referees. I think the reason for the VAR is this.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Unai Emery on why Freddie Ljungberg was shown yellow card during Arsenal defeat
Brisbane’s rental vacancy rate has declined for a sixth straight month, according to SQM Research.BRISBANE is fast becoming a landlord’s market as rentals are snapped up by southerners fleeing Sydney and Melbourne for a taste of the sunshine state.New figures from property valuation firm SQM Research reveal rental vacancies in the Queensland capital fell for a sixth straight month in August to 2.8 per cent — down from 3.4 per cent a year ago. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago Brisbane’s rental vacancy rate fell to 2.8 per cent in August, according to SQM Research. Image: AAP/James Ross.Around 9500 residential rentals are sitting empty in the city, compared with more than 19,000 in Sydney, as rising demand eats up surplus stock. But in good news for tenants, rents in Brisbane are holding firm — for now.The asking rent for a three-bedroom house in the city slipped just 0.4 per cent over the past month to $450 a week, while unit rents rose slightly to $371 a week. NEWS PRESENTER’S PLACE TO LET OFF STEAM BRISBANE UNITS SAFE AS HOUSES Brisbane is becoming a landlord’s market, with more people moving to the city to rent.SQM Research managing director Louis Christopher said Brisbane was experiencing a sustained reduction in its vacancy rate, driven by underlying demand sparked by a peak in housing completions and increased interstate migration.“The worst is definitely behind the Brisbane housing market, there is no question about that, and our expectation is vacancy rates will continue to fall from these levels,” Mr Christopher said.“There are more southerners moving from Sydney and Melbourne to southeast Queensland to take advantage of the standard of living and better housing affordability — both on the buyer front and the rental front.“Why this is happening now, as opposed to five years ago, is because job creation has increased in the Brisbane and southeast Queensland economy.”But Mr Christopher said the vacancy rate needed to get closer to 2 per cent before Brisbane could officially be declared a landlord’s market.He said asking rents would also likely start to rise as the vacancy rate continued to tighten.“When we do get close to that 2 per cent mark, that will put upward pressure on rents.” The national vacancy rate slipped to 2.1 per cent in August, according to SQM Research. The national residential vacancy rate dipped to 2.1 per cent in August, with 70,447 properties sitting empty across the country. Sydney’s vacancy rate is the highest in 13 years, with 2.8 per cent of the city’s units and houses unoccupied, yet the asking rent for a three-bedroom house in the city is still the highest in the country at $708 a week.
Mt SheridanSET in the hillsides of Cairns’ southern suburbs, Mount Sheridan has emerged as one of the city’s most affordable and family-friendly areas.While settlement of the area dates from the late 1800s, when the land was predominantly used for sugar cane farming, the population remained minimal until the 1990s, when rapid growth took place as large numbers of new dwellings were added to the area.With a population of 8271 and each home on average housing 2.8 people, Mount Sheridan is one of Cairns’ most popular suburbs.Mount Sheridan is an easy 10 minute drive from the Cairns City and has a variety of houses, from relaxed family homes to properties high on the hill with scenic views across the Far North landscape.The area is well-serviced by early childhood services and schools. Mount Sheridan is bounded by Bayview Heights in the north, White Rock to the east and Bentley Park to the south.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days agoIt is less than 15 minutes to the southern Cairns township of Gordonvale and the turn-off to the highway to the Atherton Tablelands.Australian Bureau of Statistics data this year showed Mount Sheridan residents were houseproud too, spending $825,100 on renovations.On Bernard Dr, the suburb’s residents are well serviced by Mount Sheridan Plaza, which includes Coles, Kmart, Woolworths, and an internal mall lined with specialty stores.On the periphery is a Red Rooster and Hungry Jacks.The multicultural area also make Mount Sheridan a great place to live with the Cook Islands Christian Church often hosting big celebrations.In Mount Sheridan, 173 homes were sold in the 12 months to October this year for a median price of $392,500. Values grew by 18.9 per cent over the past five years.Almost 90 per cent of properties in the suburb are detached houses but just under a quarter are owner occupied.
First Round of the Boys’ Varsity Basketball, Ripley County Tournament is on for Wednesday Night.Game 1-6:00 PM: Batesville vs Milan.Game 2-Following: JCD vs South Ripley.We do advise the public that poor weather conditions have persisted this week, and everyone should use their own good judgement whether to travel to the games. You may choose to stay home and listen to the games on WRBI. WRBI’s Countdown To Tipoff will be at 5:30.
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Louverta Lucinda Lainhart, age 85, of Naples, Florida and formerly of Laurel, Indiana died unexpectedly Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at her residence in Florida.Born February 25, 1933 in Berea, Kentucky she was one of seven children born to the late Chris & Sarah Jane (Rector) Peters. On April 21, 1951 she was united in marriage to Ira Lainhart, and he preceded her in death on January 4, 1996.Louverta was a member of the Laurel Pentecostal Holiness Church in Laurel, Indiana. In her leisure time she enjoyed sewing and making crafts, shopping, cooking. She was a very generous, loving, giving person.Survivors include a daughter, Beverly Corbin of Pershing, Indiana, three sons, Tony (Deana) Lainhart of Naples, Florida Perry Lainhart of Naples, Florida and Todd (Lori) Lainhart of Naples, Florida; 11 grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren; four sisters, Elizabeth Hoskins of Laurel, Indiana, Bettie Peters of Greenwood, Indiana, Mina Brock of Franklin, Ohio and Eva Stone of Everton, Indiana.In addition to her parents and husband, Ira, she was preceded in death by a sister, Wanda Jean Brock, and two brothers, W.C. Peters & Arthur Peters.Family & friends may visit from 4 until 8:00 P.M. on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Rev. Glen Goins, pastor of the Laurel Pentecostal Holiness Church, will officiate the Funeral Services on Thursday, January 24, 2019, 11:00 A.M., at the Laurel Pentecostal Holiness Church, 167 Charles Street, Laurel, Indiana. Burial will then follow in Dale Cemetery in Connersville, Indiana.The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to once again serve the Lainhart family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .