0Shares0000Arsenal striker Theo Walcott celebrates after scoring against Swansea in a past English premier League match.SOUTHAMPTON, United Kingdom, Jan 7- Mauricio Pellegrino is interested in adding to his attacking arsenal with the signing of former Southampton winger Theo Walcott.The Saints have some cash to splash following the £75million sale of Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool. And after ending a run of nine games without a win with their 1-0 FA Cup third round victory over Fulham on Saturday, Pellegrino is eager to strengthen his side.Walcott, who has played just five Premier League games for Arsenal this season, prompting the 28-year-old to potentially reluctantly consider a move away from the club.Pellegrino said: “I have been talking about him.“He is a good player, but I don’t know with the negotiations, with the market, I imagine that this type of player would have a lot of possibility. For us it’s not easy.“Hopefully we can bring somebody that can help us be stronger. This is our target now. We know the market is difficult, but we are working on that.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has signed a new five-and-a-half-year deal with the Premier League leaders. 1 Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has signed a new five-and-a-half-year deal with the Premier League leaders.The Belgian, who joined from Lille in June 2012, has scored 43 goals in 147 appearances for the club and has developed into one of the division’s elite player’s.Hazard collected the PFA Young Player of the Year last season, but Blues fan had feared the Belgian could be temped by the advances of European heavyweights Real Madrid and French champions Paris Saint-Germain.But the 23-year-old has made it clear he had no desire to leave Stamford Bridge and his new deal ties him at the club until the summer of 2020.See what Blues fan had to say about Eden Hazard’s new deal:Chelsea fans, can Hazard lead you to glory both domestically and in Europe? Comment below…
LANCASTER – Edelina Jessie Andeola became the Antelope Valley’s first new resident of 2006, born at Antelope Valley Hospital at 1:39 a.m. Sunday. Weighing 6 pounds, 11 ounces, she is the second child born to parents Rachel Becerra and Andrew Andeola of Palmdale. “It’s always a delight to deliver the first baby of the year,” said obstetrician Dr. William Jurewitz. “This tiny human being represents hope for a peaceful and healthy new year in our community and throughout the world.” More than 5,000 babies are born annually at the hospital. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson – Daily News 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A Letterkenny man has been jailed for three months for assaulting a bus driver.Lafferty jailed for three months for assaulting a bus driver.Matthew Lafferty, 21, was part of a group of three people who took a bus from Ballyshannon to Letterkenny on January 26th, 2012. The bus driver had been forced to stop the bus and ask people to stop drinking alcohol and smoking at Drumkeen.When he was getting off the bus, Lafferty assaulted the driver, Mr McGarvey, in the face leaving his face red.Lafferty appeared before Letterkenny District Court on a number of charges today.The court heard from solicitor Patsy Gallagher who said his client had been fighting both alcohol and drug addictions.The court heard that Lafferty has 43 previous convictions.He was so “far gone” that he had tried to rob his next-door neighbour’s home and even his own on one occasion, said Mr Gallagher.The court heard that Lafferty also broke into a house at 1 Fairgreen Park in Letetrkenny on November 12th, 2011 and stole a Playstation and also caused damage to the house.Judge Paul Kelly said bus drivers are vulnerable and need to be protected.“It must have been very unpleasant for him. Bus drivers do not deserve to be treated in this way when they are simply doing heir job,” said Judge Kelly.He jailed Lafferty for three months for assaulting the bus driver and a further three months for burglary.The court heard that Lafferty is also facing a number of other charges for which he opted to face trial in the circuit court.LETTERKENNY MAN WHO STRUCK BUS-DRIVER JAILED FOR THREE MONTHS was last modified: September 9th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:assaultbus driverjailedletterkennyMatthew Lafferty
Find out who got their hands on silverware across Europe in the 2016/17 season…England:Premier League champions: ChelseaFA Cup winners: ArsenalLeague Cup winners: Manchester UnitedItaly:Serie A winners: JuventusCoppa Italia winners: JuventusFrance:Ligue 1 winners: MonacoCoupe de France winners: Paris Saint-GermainCoupe de la Ligue: Paris Saint-GermainSpain:La Liga winners: Real MadridCopa del Rey winners: BarcelonaGermany:Bundesliga winners: Bayern MunichDFB-Pokal winners: Borussia DortmundNetherlands:Eredivisie winners: FeyenoordKNVB Cup winners: Vitesse ArnhemBelgium:Belgian First Division winners: AnderlechtBelgian Cup winners: Zulte WaregemScotland:Scottish Premiership winners: CelticScottish Cup winners: CelticScottish League Cup winners: CelticPortugal:Primeira Liga winners: BenficaTaca de Portugal winners: BenficaRussia:Russian Premier League winners: Spartak MoscowRussian Cup: Lokomotiv MoscowSwitzerland:Swiss Super League winners: BaselSwiss Cup: BaselTurkey:Super Lig: BesiktasTurkish Cup: To be determined (?stanbul Ba?ak?ehir v Konyaspor, 31 May, 19:30 BST) 3 Chelsea players celebrate winning the Premier League
Mr Connors, Mr Murphy and Dr O’Connor speak to the mediaHEALTH bosses have nailed rumours surrounding the future of jobs at Letterkenny General Hospital.They’ve also slammed claims that maintenance and work at the site hadn’t been carried out and this contributed to the flood which caused millions of euro worth of damage three weeks ago.They spoke out as the hospital’s interim Emergency Department begins operations today, taking some ambulance patients until Sunday night, with walk-in patients from north Donegal from Monday. Sean Murphy, the hospital manager, dismissed what he called “all sorts of rumours” about the future of catering services.Meals had been brought in from Mayo over the past fortnight but the cooking of all meals will resume in Letterkenny in two weeks’ time when new temporary facilities are opened.“There have been rumours and they’re not true,” said Mr Murphy.“We are working to do as many things as possible in as short a time as possible and catering will be back on site in the next two weeks. “Catering facilities are being organised and will be on site so that all meals for staff and patients will be prepared at the hospital in a couple of weeks time.”It’s understood management were keen to dismiss rumours that catering at the hospital was going to be outsourced to another company.Mr Murphy insisted staff would all be back on site and preparing meals.And Paul Connors, the head of the HSE’s Communications Department, said he wanted to “nail” the suggestion that the hospital had failed to comply with works in 2002.He said council officials and HSE officials had discussed the claims and concluded they were “rubbish.” Mr Connors said the HSE were “totally committed” to restoring all services to Letterkenny General Hospital in as short a time as possible.He and Mr Murphy confirmed that the Government waived red tape to allow work on the site to proceed quickly.Several local contractors won sub-contract work on the site including joiners and electricians.Dr Paul O’Connor, the hospital’s Clinical Director, said staff were pleased at how quickly progress had been made to begin the restoration of services. HOSPITAL MANAGER DISMISSES ‘RUMOURS’ OVER FUTURE OF HOSPITAL AND ITS STAFF was last modified: August 18th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:cateringfloodjobsletterkenny hospitalRepairs
Cllr Terence Slowey September 2012 Parish Council ReportArdara/Glenties Road Resurfacing Cllr Slowey started off by welcoming the completion of resurfacing work on the N56 between Ardara and Glenties. A section of roadway was designed, resurfaced and lined from Doohill to the Mines at a cost €550,000. The work was carried out under a contract funded by the National Roads Authority (NRA) and according to Cllr Slowey the N56 from Ardara to Glenties and Ardara to Killybegs is now in a pretty good state of repair thanks to significant funding and resurfacing in recent years.N56 Kilraine/Glenties/Dungloe Cllr Slowey said that work was ongoing on the section of the N56 known locally as the Meenacarn Bends. The NRA had funded a contract in 2012 for €6.3 million with a timescale to the end of December 2012. The Part 8 Planning was sanctioned by the Members of Donegal County Council at their June 2012 meeting for the section from Sweeney’s Shop to Dungloe and the Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO’s) for land acquisition were published on the 27th of August. The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and CPO’s for the Lettermacaward, Glenties (Kilraine) stretch of roadway were published back in December 2011. An Board Pleanala are presently considering the EIS and the 29 objections lodged and it is expected that a decision on this section will be delivered in October 2012. The NRA sanctioned €1 million in 2012 for all of the detailed work which needs to be done to progress the next stages of this project and all of this money is largely spent in Donegal.NRA 2013 Road Safety Funding Ardara Town & South of Ardara Cllr Slowey said the Roads Section of Donegal had requested the NRA to provide €110,000 in 2013 for safety works on the Ardara Front Street (€50K) and from the Loughros Point Junction to the Corner past the Filling Station (€60K) south of Ardara. We will not know until February or March 2013 if these projects will be funded next year by the NRA.The National Cycle Network Western Coastal Route The Department of Transport sanctioned €500,000 to Donegal County Council in March of this year for a Western Costal Cycle Route. Cllr Slowey said that this route starts in Donegal Town and links Mountcharles, Inver, Ardara, Lettermacaward (connection to Glenties also with a purpose built cycle lane as part of the NRA road project) Dungloe, Burtonport, Crolly, Dunlewey, Gortahork, Dunfanaghy, Creeslough, Glen, Milford, Ramelton, Letterkenny, Manorcunningham and finishing in Newtowncunningham. The first phase of this ambitious project will be completed this year and it is hoped that further funding will be made available in 2013 and subsequent years to finalise this project.Regional & Local Roads Work is now completed on the Loughros Point road for this year. Cllr Slowey said it looks like a good job has been done and well worth the upwards of €100,000 spent on it. A section of the Crumlin Road was also resurfaced and it is hoped that further work will be done next year. A section of the Cronkeerin/Ardlougher road was also resurfaced, along with a section of the Maghera Road. A section of the Ardara/Ardaghy road remains to be done as does a section of roadway in Rosbeg at Pound Lake. The Gortnacart Road from the N56 to the Glencoe crossroads has also been completed, in addition to a section of the Mulmusog/Artnagapple road. Resurfacing of a section of the Owenteskna/Largyseeragh road has also been completed. Finally on roads a section of the Ardara/Nairn road at Sandfield towards Kilclooney remains to be done at an approximate cost of €70,000.Loughros Point Regatta Cllr Slowey said he wanted to wish this Club well with their Regatta on Sunday the 9th of September. He went on to say that this Club is going from strength to strength and they have plans for the future which will benefit both the young people of the Parish and the town itself.Tidy Towns/FAS WorkersThe Councillor said the flower beds in the new Car Park and the Diamond were a credit to all involved and he thanked them on behalf of the people of the Parish.All Ireland Final Cllr Slowey said he wanted to wish Paddy McGrath, Pat Shovlin, Jim McGuinness and the Donegal team well in the final on September 23rd and he thanked all involved with the Ardara GAA Club for the huge voluntary commitment that is given all the year round.EndsLOCAL NEWS: COUNCILLOR’S REPORT TO ARDARA PARISH COUNCIL was last modified: September 6th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake Los Angeles County Firefighter Steve Toledo said flames were as high as 80 feet when engines arrived. “The people were burned pretty bad,” he added. Fire investigators had not determined the cause. David Ewart suffered second- and third-degree burns over 32 percent of his body, on his arms, hands, back, chest and face and was on a respirator late Tuesday at Grossman Burn Center in Sherman Oaks, said hospital spokeswoman Debbie Groverman. He is scheduled for surgery Monday. Son Michael suffered burns over 40 percent of his body – second- and third-degree burns to his face, ears, neck, chest, back, left foot and both hands and arms. A first surgery is scheduled Monday and, if that goes well, a second surgery will be performed Dec. 29, Groverman said. Hugh Ewart, concertmaster emeritus of the Portland Symphony, reluctant to jump from the balcony of the burning house, fell and broke his nose. He also suffered facial burns and was being monitored for a heart condition. He was scheduled to be transferred to the Grossman Burn Center by today. VALENCIA – Six family members were injured – three of them critically – in a predawn house fire Tuesday in Valencia, the scene of a big holiday party the night before. Neighbors said they awoke to screams from the Via Escovar home and raced to help violinist David Ewart, his elderly parents who were visiting from Oregon and Ewart’s three children. “I heard screaming,” next-door neighbor Kim Altobello said. “I was already awake getting ready for work and I just heard Heather screaming and screaming. I said, call 911! I didn’t know what was happening.” Ewart, 48; his children, Michael, 15, Jonathan, 13, and Heather, 11; and his parents, Hugh, 81, a retired concertmaster, and Esther Ewart, 77, escaped through a second-story window and onto a balcony. They used a treehouse ladder to get to the ground, friend Leslie Garman said. Ewart’s mother, who neighbors affectionately call ‘Grandma,’ stayed by her husband as paramedics treated him. “Her hair was singed, but she seemed OK,” Mann said. “She held his hand, kept him covered with a blanket.” The house was gutted and the contents destroyed, with damage estimated at $1.5 million, fire Inspector Ron Haralson said. Family friend Garman said one of Ewart’s prized possessions was a violin crafted in the 1770s that he considered priceless. Neighbors took the injured family members in as they awaited paramedics, comforting them and praying together. “We said a prayer – they’re a very Christian family,” said Deborah Mann, who lives across the street from the Ewarts and who cared for Ewart’s parents. “When we saw David, we told him we prayed for his family, that everyone would be OK.” Ewart, an accomplished violinist who has played with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, holds a large Christmas party every year. The family home was decked to the hilt for the holidays, yet Tuesday morning icicle lights hung sooty and dripping from the eaves, decorations scattered among the family’s charred belongings. Mann said the party was legendary in the Valencia neighborhood and that Ewart had pony rides for the children and a small petting zoo in his yard. As residents helped the Ewarts and evacuated others from nearby homes in case the fire spread, next-door neighbor Jon Delling, 20, used a garden hose to spray at flames shooting in the air. “I heard screaming. I thought it was a dream,” Delling said. “Then I woke up and it was real. We ran outside. People were running in the back yard making sure everyone was out of the house.” Patricia Farrell Aidem, (661) 257-5251 firstname.lastname@example.org To help the Ewarts A special account has been set up to help the Ewart family recover from Tuesday’s fire. Checks payable to the David Ewart Catastrophe Fund can be sent to Wells Fargo Bank, 25850 The Old Road, Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381. Checks must reference account number 8606155136. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
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ALAMEDA — No one knows for sure if the Raiders and the Coliseum have reached the end of the line, which is something players, coach Jon Gruden and the home fans all have in common.“I try not to speculate on things,” Gruden said Saturday as the Raiders wrapped up preparations to host the Denver Broncos on Christmas Eve. “You can’t control a lot of it. You just have to hope that is not the case and that it works out. If it is the last game, it certainly will be a sad day.”Since odds are slim …