Pinterest WhatsApp By Brooklyne Beatty – April 28, 2020 0 482 IndianaLocalNews Previous articleGoshen Public Library back open three days a weekNext articleIf you want to shop at Martin’s you’ll have to wear a mask Brooklyne Beatty Google+ UPDATE: INDOT cancels Thursday’s virtual career fair Twitter Twitter Facebook If you’re looking for a new job, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is hiring.The company plans to host a virtual career fair next Thursday, April 30, to fill more than 100 open positions.The career fair is set for 10-11 a.m. EST on Microsoft Teams, which can be downloaded here.Open positions include summer seasonal workers, highway technicians, equipment mechanics and construction engineers.During the career fair, presenters from the Indiana State Personnel Department and INDOT will share information about each position, and explain what it’s like to work in the agency.The live event can be accessed online with this link on Thursday.You can also find a full list of job opportunities by visiting www.indotjobs.com. Pinterest TAGScareer fairemployeeshiringIndiana Department of TransportationINDOTjobopportunitiespositionsvirtual Logo provided by INDOT UPDATE: The Indiana Department of Transportation’s virtual career fair has been cancelled due to a recent hiring freeze.The event will be rescheduled for a later date. Facebook WhatsApp Google+
WhatsApp Google+ Pinterest Previous articleNotre Dame Faculty Senate no-confidence vote against University President Fr. John Jenkins to be rescheduledNext articleRyan O’Neil sentenced for ghost employment charge Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Facebook South Bend’s fall ReLeaf program to start on Monday, Nov. 2 WhatsApp Twitter (Tommie Lee/95.3 MNC) The City of South Bend’s Fall ReLeaf program will begin Monday, Nov. 2 and will run through Thursday, Dec. 3. City crews will make two passes to collect leaves from neighborhoods, street by street, based on the schedule available at southbendin.gov/fallreleaf. Residents WILL NOT need to call to request a pickup. All dates on the schedule are weather permitting and subject to change. Residents are advised to visit southbendin.gov/fallreleaf for the most up-to-date schedule.Leaf pickup can be viewed in real-time via the Fall ReLeaf Live Tracker on the City’s homepage at southbendin.gov. The online map shows the status of different zones and leaf pickup on individual streets. Residents can type in their address or zoom in to find their streets. Note: The map will take a few seconds to load the data.Below are guidelines that residents are asked to follow for the Fall ReLeaf program.Leaves need to be raked to the tree lawn area, NOT into the street, by 6:00 a.m. on the pickup date to ensure they are picked up.Leaves need to be free of sticks, trash and other debris or they may not be picked up.Cars should not be parked on top or in front of leaf piles along curb lines, as this hampers leaf collection.Leaf burning is prohibited and is a violation of City ordinance.Residents participating in the City’s Yard Waste program can also put leaves in yard waste bins. The program offers weekly collection and runs through the end of November. Residents can call 311 with any questions. By Jon Zimney – October 27, 2020 0 375 Twitter IndianaLocalNews Pinterest Google+ Facebook
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MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES The new home that rose from ‘meth house’ ashes The Queensland city climbing the global property rich list The Nest, at 59 Nestor Ave, Bardon, has just sold for a record price.An architect-designed house in Brisbane’s middle ring has sold for a jaw-dropping price in what is expected to be one of the biggest sales of the year.And it is nowhere near the river.The Courier Mail understands that The Nest in Bardon, which was designed by award-winning Brisbane architect Shaun Lockyer, has sold for just shy of $8 million. The house was listed with a price guide above $7 million.Place New Farm agent Heath Williams sold the five-bedroom, four-bathroom house at 59 Nestor Ave, Bardon in just 10 days, receiving three offers in the first week. Just one of those offers was below $7 million.When asked if he expected any more $7 million-plus sales before Christmas, Mr Williams said “yes, a very confident yes.”“Look at the level of people with that capacity,” he said. “In that first week, we found five to six people who were willing to spend in that price range in the western suburbs for the right property.”The Bardon sale comes less than two months after 95-99 McConnell St, Bulimba set a new auction record for the river city when it sold for $8.4 million in September. That house has river frontage. One of multiple living zones at 59 Nestor Ave, Bardon.Mr Williams said he was now trying desperately to find similar properties.“I’m desperately trying to find property for the underbidders if you can call them that,” he said.“If I had three of these houses on the market I’d be selling them all.”There were seven private inspections of the 4240sq m subtropical estate.“The buyers bought it the day that they saw it last Thursday,” Mr Williams said.The contract was negotiated overnight, and went unconditional the next day.CoreLogic property data shows the sale has set a new record for the inner-western Brisbane suburb of Bardon. The Nest at Bardon is bordered by alfresco entertaining areas.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago“It’s a local family, one of those rare opportunities,” Mr Williams said. “They hadn’t been looking for a while.”The house was built over 18 months by a boutique Brisbane builder who moved in to the property in 2015.It features sandblasted concrete, spotted gum timber floors and floor-to-ceiling glass.There is a separate tennis court, sprawling lawn, pool and a firepit. Outdoor living at the Nest in Bardon.“The house certainly represented value, when you think about the land cost and the build cost, it was an incredible architectural home on a beautiful flat block of land with city views.”But the sale is far below the $16 million which Brisbane Broncos chairman Karl Morris is believed to have received for the off-market sale of his estate at 1 King Arthur Tce, Tennyson this year. The former home of Brisbane Broncos Chairman, Karl Morris at Tennyson.This is Mr Williams’ third sale since returning to the Brisbane property market after spending five years in Dubai and Sydney.In 2010 he sold the award-winning H House at 33a Harbour Rd, Hamilton to fitness queen Lorna Jane Clarkson for $10.3 million.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker Ahmed Toure says there was no pressure on him playing against Accra Hearts of Oak at the Accra sports stadium on Sunday.The Ivorian striker Ahmed Toure swerved Hearts to complete a sensational return to Asante Kotoko after playing and scoring in a friendly for the Phobians.The 27-year-old who scored in the first leg couldn’t register his name on the scoring sheet as Hearts drew 1-1 with Kotoko in the second leg of the Super Clash friendly.For me I take all games that I play as normal games and there was no pressure on me playing here,” striker Ahmed Toure told Joy sports“I just made a decision to return to Kotoko so I don’t have any problem with Accra Hearts Oak.“I had a great game but I think the referee messed up the game by taking that penalty for Hearts.”
Gregory LyedGregory L. Lyde, of Bethany, Okla., died Friday, May 3, 2013 in Wellington at the age of 49.Greg was born the son of Robert Lyde and Judy (Blurton) Lyde on March 18, 1964 in Bethany, Okla..Greg was a wonderful dad and loved his son and dog Missy. He was a current employer at Tech Aerospace and also worked as a ghost pilot for the FAA. Greg was a great songwriter and guitarist and he also enjoyed racing late models at 81 speedway.Â Survivors include son, Grant Lyde and his wife Tina of Wichita, dad, Bobby Lyde and his wife Jo of Pensacola, Florida, sister, Molly MacDonald of Georgia, and the mother of his child, Beth Wallace and her husband James of Andover.He was preceded in death by his birth father Jerry Dark, his mother Judy Lyde, grandparents Rolly and Audrey Blurton and his uncle Ronnie Blurton.A private service for family and friends will take place at a later date.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.
U.S. officials for years said Levinson was working for a private client on his trip to Iran. In December 2013, The Associated Press reported that the ex-agent had actually been on a mission for CIA analysts who had no authority to run spy operations.Since his disappearance, photos and video of Levinson in an orange jumpsuit emerged in 2010 and 2011. His family is suing Iran in U.S. federal court under the allegation that the Iranian government kidnapped him.FBI posterIran has acknowledged there is an open Revolutionary Court case involving Levinson, but a foreign ministry spokesman said Sunday that the case was a “missing person” filing — not a sign that the ex-agent was being prosecuted.Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced last week that the State Department would offer $20 million on top of a previously posted $5 million reward for information on Levinson’s case.“The Trump administration has made clear that the regime in Iran must release all missing and wrongfully detained Americans, including Robert Levinson, Xiyue Wang, Siamak Namazi, and others,” Pompeo said in a statement. “We will not rest until they are reunited with their families.”Dan Levinson said his family has never given up hope Levinson’s alive even though they haven’t heard from him in 12 years, making him the longest-held hostage in U.S. history. The Coral Springs family of former FBI agent Bob Levinson held captive in Iran for over a decade, is emboldened in their fight for his release.Last week, the U.S. government announced a $20-million reward for information leading to his location and safe return.That’s on top of the $5-million FBI award.FILE – In this March 6, 2012, file photo, an FBI poster showing a composite image of former FBI agent Robert Levinson, right, of how he would look like now after five years in captivity, and an image, center, taken from the video, released by his kidnappers, and a picture before he was kidnapped, left, displayed during a news conference in Washington. Iran is acknowledging for the first time it has an open case before its Revolutionary Court over the 2007 disappearance of a former FBI agent on an unauthorized CIA mission to the country. In a filing to the United Nations, Iran said the case over Robert Levinson was “on going,” without elaborating. The Associated Press obtained the text of the filing Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)President Donald Trump on Sunday used Twitter to urge Iran to turn over former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared in 2007 on an unauthorized CIA mission.“If Iran is able to turn over to the U.S. kidnapped former FBI Agent Robert A. Levinson, who has been missing in Iran for 12 years, it would be a very positive step,” the president wrote.
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that the woman who was shot and killed by deputies after she tried to run them over with a stolen vehicle, has been identified as 20-year-old Sidney Alexis Renew.Deputies say they received a call about the stolen Ford F-250 around 11:30 a.m. Monday.Around 12:30 pm that same day, a deputy spotted the vehicle in a wooded area off Lakeland Acres Road and collaborated with backup to approach the vehicle.The two deputies approached the vehicle on foot and asked Renew to turn the vehicle off and get out of it. At that point, Renew began reviving the engine and then drove at the deputies.That’s when both deputies opened fire, fatally injuring Renew.The deputies were uninjured in the incident and have been placed on paid administrative leave as the investigation continues.Three people witnessed the incident and reported that Renew in fact did drive at the deputies after they requested that she exit the vehicle. The incident was also captured on a home surveillance camera.Renew was said to have a lengthy criminal history that includes a total of 14 felonies & 6 misdemeanors.
A request from confessed Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz’s attorneys to dismiss the judge in his case was denied on Tuesday.Judge Elizabeth Scherer considered the motion from Cruz’s attorneys but denied it citing insufficient legal merit, according to court documents.Cruz’s defense attorneys alleged Judge Scherer could not be impartial to the case because she spoke to a member of the prosecution and then failed to notify the defense.The Broward State Attorney’s Office says there was no conversation between prosecutors and the judge outside of courtroom proceedings.Additionally, Cruz’s attorneys reportedly told the judge they may not be ready for the scheduled start of the trial in late January.Cruz is going on trial for 17 counts of first-degree murder for the 2018 Valentine’s Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.He has also been charged with 17 counts of attempted murder.Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
A dance teacher from Tennessee has plead guilty to statutory rape and exposing a teen to HIV after he had unprotected sex with the teen on several occasions and failed to inform the teen of his HIV positive status.John Conner III appeared in court earlier this week where he plead guilty to felony charges of criminal exposure to HIV, statutory rape by an authority figure, and solicitation of a minor.According to the report, Conner who was 26 at the time, engaged in a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old boy he met online in 2015. Despite being diagnosed with HIV in 2012, Conner failed to inform the teen of his sexual status and had unprotected sex with the teen on several occasions in his vehicle.The teen eventually joined Conner’s dance team, the Infamous Dancerettes, which were featured on the the Lifetime reality TV dance show “Bring It.”During the teen’s time on the dance team, he and Conner continued to send each other explicit photos, and speak about their sexual exploits.In August of 2016, the teen found out Conner’s sexual status and informed his parents of his relationship with the teacher and so they could take him to get tested.According to prosecutors, the teen tested positive for HIV.Officials say Conner has two similar cases pending.