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),Could this have something to do with the upcoming Trump Rally in Erie? Image by Darren McGee / Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.ALBANY — Despite meeting the metrics to be on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Travel Advisory, Pennsylvania was not added to the list Tuesday, although Cuomo did discourage travel between New York and the Commonwealth.Cuomo declined to add Pennsylvania to the list because he said it was “not practically viable.”“Neighboring states Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania now meet the criteria for the travel advisory — however, given the interconnected nature of the region and mode of transport between us, a quarantine on these states is not practically viable. That said, New York State highly discourages, to the extent practical, non-essential travel to and from these states while they meet the travel advisory criteria,” he said.Cuomo said it would be unviable to enforce restrictions with Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Jersey. “There are just too many interchanges, interconnections, and people who live in one place and work in the other. It would have a disastrous effect on the economy, and remember while we’re fighting this public health pandemic we’re also fighting to open up the economy. However, to the extent travel between the states is not essential, it should be avoided,” Cuomo said.Cuomo has said the state’s numbers are improving and have been stable except in hot spot areas.
Police report the dispute between Merwin and Chase got physical. Merwin is accused of hitting Chase with a wooden fence and using his vehicle to damage an electric fence. Chase is accused of firing a gun into the ground during the dispute. Police also charged 37-year-old Jeremy L. Chase of Harpersfield with criminal possession of a weapon, a felony; reckless endangerment in the 2nd degree, menacing in the 2nd degree, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, all misdemeanors. (WBNG) — New York State Police at Oneonta arrested two neighbors after troopers responded to dispute in the town of Harpersfield, N.Y. Authorities said troopers and the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office were called to Austin Road in the town of Harpersfield after a report of a dispute and a shot being fired. According to a news release, police charged 39-year-old Daniel I. Merwin of Jefferson, N.Y. with assault, a felony; menacing in the 2nd degree, criminal mischief in the 4th degree, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, all misdemeanors. Merwin and Chase were scheduled to appear in court at a later date and were issued orders of protection against each other.
“After 14 years of marriage with my deepest sadness our road is coming to the end,” she wrote at the time.Savchenko later confirmed the news in his own statement, telling Us Weekly, “It is with a heavy heart that I tell you my wife and I are parting ways after 14 years of marriage. We still intend to coparent our wonderful children together who we love so dearly, and we will strive to continue to be the best parents that we can to them. We ask that you respect our family’s need for privacy and healing during this time.”The Russian model rose to fame in 2013 when he first competed on season 16 of DWTS with partner Lisa Vanderpump. He later returned to dance with Jana Kramer in season 23, which aired in 2016. Over the next five seasons, he performed with Erika Jayne, Sasha Pieterse, basketball player Arike Ogunbowale, comedian Nikki Glaser and singer Lauren Alaina. In September 2020, the choreographer was partnered with Chrishell Stause for the 29th season of the dance competition.- Advertisement – News of Savchenko’s split came shortly after he and the Selling Sunset star were eliminated from DWTS in the eighth week. After being voted off the ABC show, the Kentucky native gushed over how “therapeutic” it was to turn her focus onto her dancing and to have Savchenko by her side throughout the competition.“I know it should be a sad moment right now, because of course, I didn’t want to leave, but I’m so happy that I’ve had this experience and I’m so grateful,” she told Entertainment Tonight in November 2020. “It’s a once in a lifetime experience and I’ll never forget it.”- Advertisement – The way they were. Gleb Savchenko and wife Elena Samodanova seemingly made a perfect match, but ultimately, they weren’t able to last forever.The Dancing With the Stars pro and the Russia native wed in July 2006 and went on to welcome two daughters, Olivia and Zlata. In November 2020, the So You Think You Can Dance choreographer announced via her Instagram Story that she and Savchenko had called it quits.- Advertisement – Scroll down to relive Savchenko and Samodanova’s relationship timeline. – Advertisement –
Black Stars midfielder, Andre Morgan Dede Ayew, has expressed reservation about the way the Ghana Football Association (GFA) handled his alleged misconduct in the recent Africa Nations Cup qualifier against Malawi in Lilongwe, despite rendering an unqualified apology to the technical team of the senior national team and his teammates just in time to avoid any sanctions.The timely apology from the Marseille play maker, arising out of a sporadic media bashing of the player in the past week, came exactly 24 hours before the FA’s ultimatum which ends today, but the son of the Maestro could still not hide his disappointment about the manner in which the GFA announced the decision on radio even before he received a letter to that effect.Last Thursday, President Kwesi Nyantakyi announced on an Accra-based radio station, Happy FM, that the GFA had given Dede up to today to render an apology to the technical team and the playing body of the Black Stars for the gross disrespect he showed after he was substituted during the game against the Flames of Malawi in Lilongwe on October 13.However, the FA’s letter signed by the acting General Secretary, Mr. Emmanuel Gyimah, requesting an apology from Dede was dated October 18.In a letter of apology dated October 19, Dede said “I hereby render an unqualified apology to all Ghanaians, especially my fans whose prayers and well wishes have played an immense role and encouraged me to offer the very best of my services to the national teams of the Republic of Ghana anytime I am called upon to do so.”“I also do apologize to the technical team and the playing body who, I am alleged to have been disrespectful to, as well as the Black Stars Management Committee and Technical Team which were gravely unhappy over utterances and gestures I allegedly made when I was substituted,” he intimated. I must add that although the details of my alleged utterances and gestures have not been confirmed to me and I do not recall same, I have acceded to your request for an apology also for the reason that even if I take the view that my alleged conduct did not offend or was never intended to offend anybody, an apology is still desirable since I have been informed that the Black Stars Management Committee and Technical Team were gravely unhappy, and also that my alleged conduct was disrespectful of the technical team and the playing body,” he stressed.Dede Ayew is reported to have made some utterances and gestures after his substitution in the said match, while failing to shake hands with his teammates on the bench and the assistant coach Maxwell Konadu.The Black Stars Management Committee and the Technical committee were said to have met Dede at the Team’s hotel in Lilongwe after game to address the issue, followed by the FA’s request for a letter of apology from the player.However, the Stars’ influential midfielder noted with regret that he only got to know of the GFA’s decision, which he had appropriately responded to, through friends, relatives and fans who informed him that the letter requesting his apology had already been the subject of media reviews at least two days before he received it.