Antonio Valencia may likely leave Manchester United at the end of the season and is already negotiating with Inter Milan, according to reports in Italy.The approach towards the 33-year-old right-back had already been mentioned in Italy.Reports from Football Italia claims that talks over personal terms have already begun.Valencia will be a free agent when his contract at Old Trafford expires in June and he intends to walk away after 10 years at the club.Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.The Ecuador international joined the Red Devils from Wigan in 2009 as a winger, but has transformed into an effective right-back.Although Manchester United do have an option to extend the contract by 12 months, it does not look as if they’re going to use it.Inter Milan are currently fighting for a place in the Champions League in the Serie A and may still qualify via the Europa League if they get their hands on the trophy.
Related Items:#legalizemarijuanaintheBahamas, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, January 18, 2018 – Nassau – The conversation on the legalization and decriminalization of marijuana took an official form when a recent town hall meeting hosted by a CARICOM Commission sought to find out how Bahamians feel on the hot button issue. Professor Rose Marie Bell Antoine, explained that the meetings were happening in all CARICOM member states and would result in a report for the heads of government meeting in July.Perspectives were varied and included issues related to addiction, negative health reactions, positive health benefits, so called irrational treatment of users by the justice system, de-escalation of gang related crime and the potential for agri-business – all linked to marijuana. Here are just a few comments by various persons who attended the town hall meeting.“I hate the fact that people smoke cigarettes which are filled with over 500 chemicals but yet I cannot smoke a plant.”“With sound regulation there are lots of opportunities, it all depends on how the government and the private sector involve say how this should go forward.”“If they legalize it guess what, I don’t have to buy it from anybody, I have a bottle full of seeds now. What am I going to spend $5.00 for a joint for when I can grow myself a whole plant.”“It turns criminals out of our own sons, we’re turning criminals out of our own sons.”“Legalization ends the violence, what did Portugal do, Portugal legalized, the violence stopped ”“It destroys families, I don’t know if any of you have had any relatives that have been addicted.”The comments were chronicled by the panel and will be merged with other perspectives on the controversial issue, which continues to grab headlines in The Bahamas.#MagneticMediaNews#legalizemarijuanaintheBahamas
Kylian Mbappe believes he has already become a leader at Paris Saint-Germain after his impressive second-half cameo inspired them to a 2-0 win over MarseillePSG manager Thomas Tuchel benched Mbappe along with Adrien Rabiot from Sunday’s Le Classique for disciplinary reasons after arriving late for the pre-game team talk.However, with the scoreline goalless, Tuchel substituted Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting for Mbappe in the 62nd-minute and the youngster responded emphatically.It took just three minutes for Mbappe to score the opener for PSG before he later assisted Julian Draxler’s injury-time goal to seal a 2-0 win.Now the 19-year-old admits he feels like a leader for a team that wants to down in history.“The team needed this win,” Mbappe told Canal+.Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“A great team relies on its leaders and they have to make a difference at key moments. I think I can take on that role and I did.“We have to continue on the right path. Marseille showed they have a team that plays with the ball. They had several sequences of play where we were in trouble, so all credit to them.“But we were able to be effective and we leave with the win. We are competitors. We want to go down in history. We mustn’t disregard any match.”Mbappe has now scored 12 goals and added four assists in 10 appearances across all competitions this season.PSG have also now won all eleven of their opening Ligue 1 fixtures this term, which hasn’t been accomplished in any of Europe’s top five leagues since Tottenham in 1960.
Limited details known at this time- updates will be posted as they are made available. Currently the Division of Forestry has taken over control of the fire . According to Dobson they suspected cause of the fire was lightening. CES Fire Marshal Brooke Dobson: “Call came in as a smoke investigation. Units arrived on scene at 5:52. They confirmed it wasn’t threatening any structures and/or road system. The fire is stated to have been in the wetlands area so there isn’t much of a concern. All our units cleared at 6:08 except C2.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Central Emergency Services and the Division of Forestry are on the scene of a fire out at MP 71 of the Sterling Highway, near Watson Lake.
Kintzer, who says she’s wanted to change the company’s name since she took over in April 2014, jumped on the opportunity to expand the project into a full rebranding. From there, Starfish developed the new logo and redesigned the corporate website. As content publishers jockey for the attention of advertisers and investors, the last thing they want to do is explain how their corporate branding relates to their asset portfolio. That’s why, after 93 years, Reader’s Digest Association is announcing today that it’s changing its name to Trusted Media Brands Inc. The new name gives equal weight to the company’s full suite of brands, which expanded dramatically when RDA bought Reiman Publications for $760 million back in 2002. Chief among those brands was Taste of Home. “The name should have changed when Reader’s Digest bought Reiman,” says Kintzer. “At that point it became a very broad-based portfolio. I look at this as a long overdue change.” The full digital platform attracts 53 million monthly uniques, says the company, and in the last couple of years TMBI has built out an online education platform, called EnrichU, that spans its Taste of Home, Family Handyman and Reader’s Digest brands. “I look at this as the fact that we have all these brands and we’re always in the position of having to explain ourselves,” says Trusted Media Brands CEO Bonnie Kintzer. “That’s not the position you want to be in.” RDA hired creative agency Starfish, which was originally hired to work on an advertising positioning project. During that process, Starfish came up with six building-block terms to describe a common theme that ran through all of RDA’s products (uplifting, enduring, wholesome, trusted, empowering, amplified engagement). “It shows that we are a modern, current company with many brands, and what really runs through our brands is trust,” says Kintzer. “Our customers are trusting us to give them a recipe, health advice and craft ideas. Part of the genesis of this really started before the name change. How do you go to market to position the company with advertisers? What’s the common thread?”
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Share 00:00 /01:08 – / 3Woodlands Express is a commuter bus service that’s operated by The Woodlands Township, with the help of a federal transit grant. About 2,700 riders a day use the service to get from The Woodlands to downtown Houston. It also stops in the Med Center and Greenway Plaza. But when the buses head back to Montgomery County, they’re empty. To fill those seats, The Woodlands Township Board of Directors has approved a new reverse-commuting program. The Woodlands Director of Community Relations Nick Wolda says the buses will now start carrying people from Houston to the suburbs.“There’s really no risk on our part as far as the financial risk because these are buses already coming back,” says Wolda. But once you get riders to The Woodlands, how do you get them to the places where they work? Wolda says they plan to discuss that with some of the area’s major employers. “Those are things we’ll be working through over the next few weeks,” adds Wolda. “And we plan to launch this service once we develop and work out a lot of these details.” Woodlands Express is planning to start the reverse commuting program after the first of the year. The fare for a round-trip is currently $13. Listen X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:
By Mark F. Gray, AFRO Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.orgA tough stretch for Prince George’s County school administrators continued as a prominent athletic coach finds himself on the sidelines. DuVal High School varsity football coach Tarrell Lockwood, who also works as in-school suspension coordinator, was placed on leave as the investigation continues into what is being called “an alleged inappropriate interaction with a student” Feb. 12.According to Prince George’s County Police, who are handling the investigation, the incident did not involve any touching or any kind of physical contact. Lockwood has been with the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) system since 2005 and began working at DuVal in 2011, according to a spokesperson with the school system.DuVal High School Football coach, Tarrell Lockwood, was placed on leave for inappropriate interaction with a student. (Courtesy Photo)However, NBC4-TV in Washington first reported that the investigation began following allegations that involve text messages with a female student. There were a range of emotions on the Lanham campus. Several of the players expressed shock and disbelief about the suspension and investigation, while some parents admitted they weren’t surprised and heard previous rumors about these potential allegations.“He’s a good coach and an inspiration to all of us,” said DuVal football player Derrick Okuwemba.“I don’t think he would do something like that,” added female student Jayda Reed. “It doesn’t sound like him really.”“I’m sure it’s not right, but I’m shocked,” said soccer athlete Sidiq Azumah.A parent who spoke on camera did concede that she heard whispers of similar allegations in the past.“I’m not surprised,” said Vanessa Mason.This latest investigation continues a troubling pattern that has been following DuVal for more than a year. In January 2018 the school was embroiled in a grade fixing scandal whose reverberations were felt throughout the county. An investigation by the Prince George’s County Board of Education revealed that some DuVal High School staff made inappropriate decisions to impact the grading and graduation certification processes. An October 2017 audit showed that roughly five percent of PGCPS students were not qualified to graduate which led to a review of grading practices and graduation certification for the 2016 and 2017 school years.The audit, ordered by the Maryland State Department of Education, concluded that in 2016, the year DuVal had a 92 percent graduation rate, almost seven percent of students shouldn’t have received their diplomas. In cases of another 27 percent, there wasn’t enough documentation to verify they were candidates for graduation. For 2017, the audit found 16 percent of their graduates couldn’t have their final standing verified while four percent shouldn’t have received diplomas. State investigators interviewed staffers who claimed that grading policies were violated so that students could be given extra chances to graduate.DuVal’s audit was part of a broader look that auditors took at high schools in the county where questionable graduation rates were also found at other schools as well. Five administrators were from their positions in January 2018, including the former principal, an assistant principal, and three other employees. Calls from members of the Board of Education and parents throughout the County asked for the resignation of Superintendent Kevin Maxwell.Meanwhile, Charles H. Flowers High School Principal Gorman Brown remains on administrative leave as County Police continue their investigation into an altercation between, he and a disruptive student. The Department’s investigation continues as they work to secure any other amateur video that may have other angles or more of the entire incident.Last September a group of school employees also sued the PGCPS after a secret camera was found in the principal’s office at Charles Herbert Flowers. Several employees, including the principal, may have been videotaped during private meetings or while changing clothes before late evening afterschool events.
By Micha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. Editor, email@example.comThe National Skills Coalition reported that middle-skills jobs, which requires a high school diploma but not four-year degree, make up the largest segment of the labor market in all 50 states, and that’s why Prince George’s County is taking the lead in the state of Maryland to ensure that there are more laborers for that sector.“Prince George’s County Public Schools is providing scholars a unique pathway to fulfill today’s demanding workforce requirements. It’s called the Youth Apprenticeship Program, the first of its kind in the state of Maryland,” the Youth Apprentice Program launch video said.Prince George’s County launched an apprenticeship program for high school students- the first of its kind in the state of Maryland. (Courtesy Photo)Middle-skill jobs include masonry, electrical and plumbing positions.With the Prince George’s County Public Schools Youth Apprenticeship Program, 11th graders will be eligible to apply for a trade of choice and, if selected, are plunged into their field training next to masters.“We made sure that they had this type of experiential learning so that it wasn’t just a textbook experience, that it was a hands on,” Jean-Paul Cadet, director of Career and Technical Education said in the Youth Apprenticeship Program launch video.Not only do the students begin doing hands on work, but during the summer between 11th and 12th grade, students will get the opportunity to work full time next to school district maintenance personnel and make a salary while at it. Upon graduation students are eligible to continue education at Prince George’s Community College and are guaranteed job placement by offering them preferential treatment to be hired for Prince George’s County agencies.As a master electrician and entrepreneur, Timothy Atchinson, a 2008 graduate of Crossland High School in Suitland, MD, emphasized the importance of trade training and work. graduate and master electrician and entrepreneur.“Going to a trade isn’t something that shouldn’t be a plan B. I really feel as though it should be a plan A. It gives you opportunities to go into a career that isn’t going to cost you hundreds of thousand of dollars with debt over the head graduating.According to the Prince George’s County Public Schools’ website, the Youth Apprenticeship Program application includes filling out a student application form, submitting a resume, current transcript and teacher evaluation form. The application is due March 12.For more information on the Youth Apprenticeship Program visit the Prince George’s County Public Schools website at https://www.pgcps.org.