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Bale puts an end to his ‘medical veto’ just one year later

Bale puts an end to his ‘medical veto’ just one year later

first_imgAt the time, the end suffered a grade 1 lesion in the left soleus, but far from it has been his only physical problem in 2019. Last October, the Chiringuito reported that Bale had asked Real Madrid not to publish his health status, based on the principle of confidentiality between doctor and patient. In this way, The Welshman was still unsubscribed without filtering the exact extent of his ailments. Now, that agreement has been broken between the parties to report the infection that Bale suffers and that will make him miss the Spanish Super Cup or, at least, the semifinal against Valencia. The reasons that caused this sudden change are unknown and if it will continue over time or, on the contrary, It will be anecdotal because it is a special competition, a long trip and a setback that does not affect your physical condition but an infection Of another character. Be that as it may, the attacker now suffers his 26th setback with Madrid and will not be present in the dispute of the first title of 2020 … In this way, the entity respected the decision of its footballer and, since then, he had not given any information about Bale’s physique. Last october some discomfort in the left floor had two games away from the pitch. In December, a edema in the left femoral biceps It also temporarily removed him from the group’s dynamics. On none of both occasions was anything known beyond that commented by Zinedine Zidane in the press room.center_img Gareth Bale will not travel to Saudi Arabia to dispute the Spanish Super Cup when he suffers an upper respiratory infection, as reported by Real Madrid in the medical part published on its website. The news has fallen by surprise, not only because of the unexpected decline of Welsh, but because the fact of publicly informing about your physical state, something that didn’t happen for exactly one year. Bale has broken his ‘medical veto’, although it is unknown if it is due to a disease and not because of a muscular problem or if, on the contrary, it will last over time.last_img read more

Deivid: “When they eliminate you there is nothing positive to take out”

Deivid: “When they eliminate you there is nothing positive to take out”

first_imgThe Gran Canaria defender Deivid returned in Copa del Rey to the title in which he was his 100th game as a yellow player, but falling 2-1 to Badajoz in the New Nursery and being eliminated was “A hard defeat”, because “for those of us who don’t play, the competition was good for us; It is a pride to have been able to play the match 100 as yellow, but it is an anecdote because it is a hard day because we had hopes placed in the Cup and the first part has been unfortunate. ” The defender of the grancanarios understands that “the first part is not a receipt for a professional club like ours, it is a shame”. In the second “we have tried and we have shown that we are a good team, but it has not given us to force the extension”, being clear that “if you do not match the intensity of the opponent does not give you to win against any team.” He did not deny that the Extremaduran team “We won all duels and a team like us can’t afford that.” Admit that “when they eliminate you there is nothing positive to be able to take out,” so he thinks that “Many of us have given the reason to the Mr.” with the performance shown in Badajoz. From now on “we will have to break our heads to enter the calls in the League.”The anecdote of the game, in the time of extension, came by the penalty and expulsion of the Josep goal, which led to it was Deivid whoever put on the gloves, lucky enough to stop it, although then the referee whistled the end. “The penalty was doubtful, but there are no excuses. The pity is that stopping it was useless because it was the end. A professional team cannot afford the first part we have done because they paint your face. We have wanted him in the second, but we have not put them. ”last_img read more

Delinquent private schools

Delinquent private schools

first_imgDear Editor,I have read, with concern, a letter published by sections of the media on March 3rd, 2018 under the caption “Private school or terror camp?” This letter was signed by a “Concerned Parent”.Editor, allow me opportunity to support the cries of this parent, and also to bring to the attention of the relevant authorities and the general public my own experiences at another private institution located in the heart of Georgetown.Editor, my daughter once attended a private institution that holds classes from forms one to five. She started the school in the second form, and had moved up to the third form class last September when I was forced to remove her, a few months ago. Editor, my heart trembles as I pen this letter, because the things that my daughter had endured at that institution I would wish on no one’s child.Dozens upon dozens of homework assignments were usually given, and those had to be submitted either the next day or before the said week was completed. The children had to reach to school for at least 08:30am in the morning, and had to take mandatory lessons till 4:30pm (16:30h) in the afternoon. This was further worsened by the children having only 20 minutes’ lunch break and absolutely no extracurricular activities such as sports, concerts, or even tours, so as to give them a well-rounded curriculum. Tell me, how can we expect these young minds to stay sane and not become stressed, when all that is forced upon them is school work and more school work?Bear in mind, Editor, that the mandatory lessons attract a separate fee from the school fee, and was either a few dollars shorter than the school fee; or, in some cases, it was the same thing.Like the concern shared by the fellow parent in the previous letter, although the Value Added Tax was removed from the school fees, the headmaster still continues to charge parents the 16%, claiming he had not being notified by GRA. If that’s not all, the headmaster of the school, who is a popular TV host, has a horrible attitude towards both the kids and, to some extent, parents. My daughter was bullied and harassed more than once by teachers of the school, and nothing had been done about it because of the unapproachable manner in which the headmaster usually carries himself.School should be a second home; however, we can clearly see that these private schools are out to get money, and would achieve that even at the cost of their students’ sanity.Editor, the Ministry of Education should take swift action before this situation gets further out of hand and results in yet another crisis that would deteriorate an already broken institution. As it is, there are few or no laws at all that monitor how these private schools should operate, hence advantage is being taken by these unscrupulous individuals to profit off the situation at public schools and the desperation of parents for a better education for their children. It is therefore imperative that relevant agencies lobby for these pieces of legislation immediately!Yours faithfully,Frustrated parentlast_img read more

A journey of a lifetime: the mighty march from Georgetown to Lethem

A journey of a lifetime: the mighty march from Georgetown to Lethem

first_imgBy: Devina SamarooTwo Guyanese men, Ric Couchman, who was later joined by Jerry Benjamin footed a journey of 550 kilometers from the capital city through the dense jungle to the vast savannahs of Lethem.Ric CouchmanA grueling but yet exciting adventure lasting nearly 23 days, this dynamic duo took exploring Guyana to a whole new level.The journey commenced on September 16, 2016 as 59 – year-old Couchman, an experienced hiker, left his brother’s Queenstown residence and ventured up the East Bank Highway with nothing but a backpack and a spirit of adventure guiding him along the way.Couchman grew up in Bagostown on the EBD, and during his teenage years he had developed a yearning to explore the length and breadth of his home country by simply walking.“I was talking care of my siblings, two brothers and two sisters after I came out of the Guyana national service. What I would do on weekends, I would leave them and be back on Sunday afternoons and I would just take off and go walking along the West Coast, West Bank and East Coast until night caught up with me and then I would sleep wherever.”A young Couchman at one point had left his job with the intent to follow his dreams but good sense eventually prevailed and he decided to put a hold on his burning desire.Some decades later, he returned to his homeland to pursue his lifelong dream.This energized backpacker was greeted with curious eyes along his way up the busy highway and every now and then he would stop to share his story. It was not long before word quickly spread of his bizarre intention and it reached the ears of Benjamin, a resident of Diamond on the EBD who was majorly intrigued by the idea.He reached out to a mutual friend and then connected with Couchman on the second day of the expedition.ChallengesJerry BenjaminThe heat from the sun and the blisters on their feet were deemed the greatest difficulties encountered.In fact, Benjamin almost gave up on the challenge after suffering intense pain from a nasty sore.He explained that a small blister sprouted up on his foot at the beginning of the voyage but it only worsened after a huge shower came and left him completely drenched.“He’s a trooper!” Couchman remarked, noting that the pain and discomfort were so extreme that he suggested to Benjamin to take transportation. But Benjamin refused to give up.According to Couchman, the primary challenge for backpackers is taking care of their feet since an unhealthy foot could be the difference between completing the journey or not.Surprisingly, the duo expressed that concerns of crime, wild animals, and hunger were the least of their worries.“Those things were sort of the back of my mind pre-trip but on the journey itself those fears were sort of gone because you had to stay focused and stick to your plan so there is no time for fear,” Couchman explained.HospitalityCouchman said the level of compassion, benevolence and hospitality they received from total strangers along the way was perhaps the most amazing aspect of the entire journey.Many persons stopped along the trails to offer food and water, some offered a place to stay and some even joined in saying a prayer or two with them.“We were walking one day, we were in the Iwokrama forest. We were tired, the heat was on us and we were trekking away and I heard behind me the sound of a vehicle coming. I looked back and there’s this truck filled with indigenous people and the truck stops and a young man leans over and says ‘here are two bottles of water for you guys’,” Couchman recalled, noting that the group came out in search for them after hearing of their intention via the media.He said numerous persons, strangers, offered help in one way or the other after learning of their purpose. Along the way, they visited the Iwokrama Resort and Canopy Walkway and various Amerindian Villages.While their primary diet consisted of canned products, they received freshly prepared meals at various stops throughout the journey.The daily routine was an hour of trekking following by a 15 – minute water break, and thus the cycle repeated until midday when they would take an hour of rest.As night began to sweep in, the men would scouted out a camping site, set up their tents and hit the sack until first daylight.For the most part, they camped out in the jungle, completely exposed to the dangers of wildlife.RenewedA sense of relief, satisfaction and accomplishment prevailed when the men took their first step into Lethem, Region Nine.They dropped to their knees and exclaimed words of thanks incoherently for they finally completed the journey.“To say that that journey has changed me is an understatement indeed. I entered Lethem in possession of lots of personal insights into my own being, as well as a broadened horizon vis-a-vis things outside myself. I also entered that border town having lost some things. My body has taken a pounding, my feet are blistered and calloused, and I have certainly lost a few pounds, but I also entered the township of Lethem humbled, stripped of my ego and some of my attitudes and idiosyncrasies,” Couchman stated.From the inception, his intention was to recalibrate and reconnect with the heart (the land) and soul (the people) of his country, and to sensitize the national consciousness to some of the pressing issues such as racism, domestic violence, crime, suicide and other related issues.“One cannot undertake a journey of such magnitude and not come away a changed and different individual,” he stated.For Benjamin, it was also a life changing adventure for he who had never encountered such an experience, learnt so much from this journey.For Couchman, the journey has only just begun for he intends to walk all the way to the North/West District in Region One and then again to Skeldon in Region Six.last_img read more

Frontline villages have nothing to fear – President

Frontline villages have nothing to fear – President

first_img…as GDF intensifies security at Kaikan VillagePresident David Granger said Guyana depends on ‘frontline’ villages like Kaikan, located in Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), a stone’s throw away from the border with Venezuela, to be the watchmen of Guyana’s borders and therefore, these villages must be strong, stable and their citizens safe.“I have come here with a promise to ensure that Kaikan is fully integrated into this region and this region is fully integrated into Guyana. Have no fear, if we are united, we will prevail. We will be able to live in a strong, secure and stable country… Frontier communities are guardians of Guyana’s territorial integrity andPresident Granger and his team – Regional Chairman Gordon Bradford; Toshao of Kaikan, Claude Anselmo; and Minister Dawn Hastings walking around the village of Kaikannational security. They are our first line of defence against any attempt at incursions and invasions,” he told residents at a community meeting held at the Kaikan Primary School.President David Granger and his delegation received a brief of the situation on the ground. The residents, who have had a number of terrorising encounters with the notorious ‘Syndicatos’ gang, welcomed the boosting of security in the area by the Guyana Defence Force (GDF). The community now benefits from 24-hour security. This was necessitated by the situation in neighbouring Venezuela and escalated by the age-old border controversy, which was recently referred to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) by the United Nations.Like the village of Whitewater in Region One (Barima-Waini), which the President visited last week, Kaikan too has been seeing an influx of Venezuelans, particularly traders and persons seeking health care. During a briefing with GDF ranks deployed in the area, the President was told that Venezuelan civilians and even military personnel come over to the Kaikan Health Post to seek medical attention for malaria and other diseases, while the traders come over to sell or to barter their goods with villagers from communities like Kaikan and Arau. Toshao of Kaikan, Claude Anselmo, said that while these might be seen as legitimate activities, a number of illegal activities are also taking place. He informed that he has received reports of smuggling of illegal substances such as marijuana and cocaine. This, the GDF pledged, to eradicate at all costs.Turning to the residents, President Granger said while the Army and the Police will intensify their efforts to ensure their safety, they have a significant role to play as they are the eyes and ears on the ground.The President spoke of his 10-point improvement plan for frontier villages which aims at ensuring access to public services in the areas of citizenship, registration and immigration, education, human safety, information communication technology, national defence, public health, public infrastructure, social cohesion and social protection.Community developmentSpeaking of community development, the Head of State urged the residents to work closely with the three tiers of Government – local, regional and central – to find solutions to some of the problems the community faces in terms of socio-economic development. He called on the Regional Chairman to work closely with the community to devise plans to add value to their food production through agro-processing, which will enhance their competitiveness and boost their village economies.Education was another major area that the President focused on. He noted that while Kaikan is far-flung, no effort should be spared to ensure that every child attends school.The President was accompanied to Kaikan by Public Affairs Minister Dawn Hastings-Williams, Chief-of-Staff of the GDF, Brigadier Patrick West and other senior officers of the Force. This visit follows a similar outreach to Region One, last week.last_img read more

Dems plan House resolution to oppose Bush

Dems plan House resolution to oppose Bush

first_imgWASHINGTON – Democratic critics of the Iraq war seized the offensive at both ends of the Capitol on Tuesday, disclosing plans for a symbolic rejection by the House of President George W. Bush’s decision to deploy additional troops and filing legislation in the Senate to require withdrawal of U.S. military personnel. “We’re going to stand by our soldiers, but we’re not going to stand by a failed policy that exposes more of our soldiers to death and suffering,” said Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois, rebutting charges that the war’s critics may be undermining the morale or even the safety of U.S. forces. Democrats pressured Bush to change course as Defense Secretary Robert Gates told lawmakers that U.S. forces might be able to start leaving Iraq before the end of the year – if daunting conditions including subdued violence and political reconciliation are met. He also said that the buildup in troops is “not the last chance” to succeed in Iraq and added, “I would be irresponsible if I weren’t thinking about what the alternatives might be.” Brendan Daly, a spokesman for Pelosi, said the measure brought to the floor next week would focus on “our opposition to the surge in troops” but has not yet been drafted. Pelosi said last month the measure would declare that the troop increase was “not in the national interest,” language once included in a Senate measure, but now abandoned. Democrats intend to allow all lawmakers time to speak on the issue across three days of debate beginning next Tuesday. Rep. John Boehner of Ohio, the House Republican leader, said in an interview the GOP would prepare an alternative to the Democratic measure. He said it would include a call for a bipartisan committee to oversee the war effort and lay out a series of standards by which officials could judge whether the Iraqi government was living up to its commitments to help end the violence. “If you’re not for victory in Iraq, you’re for failure,” Boehner told The Associated Press. “The consequences of failure are immense. I think it destabilizes the entire Middle East, encourages Iran and on top of that, it’s pretty clear that the terrorists will just follow us home.” Under House rules, Democratic leaders have the authority to advance legislation to the floor for three days of debate, and there is little doubt they will have the votes to prevail. That stands in contrast to the Senate, where Republicans have so far blocked an attempt by Democrats to hold a full-fledged debate on the war. Gates and other administration officials have been sharply critical of efforts to pass legislation expressing disapproval of the increase in troops, even in nonbinding form.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Pentagon is in the midst of implementing Bush’s order to raise troop levels by 21,500, part of a plan to help quell sectarian violence in Baghdad. New checkpoints were in evidence in Iraq’s capital city, and there were reports of inspections of increased numbers of vehicles. At the same time, more than 50 people were killed or found dead during the day, and Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said insurgents were responding to the new security measures by killing as many people as possible. The war has claimed the lives of more than 3,000 U.S. troops so far, and officials announced two more deaths. The casualties included a soldier killed Tuesday at a security post southwest of Baghdad and a Marine who died Monday in Anbar Province. Bush’s decision to dispatch additional troops has become a flashpoint for critics of his Iraq policy in the new, Democratic-controlled Congress, whose lawmakers were elected last fall by a war-weary electorate. Officials said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland had both pledged to the Democratic rank and file that the House would vote next week on a nonbinding measure critical of Bush’s plan to add 21,500 additional forces. They also reassured lawmakers clamoring for more robust action that the vote would merely be the first attempt to pressure the president to shift course and that future legislation will be binding. last_img read more

Keane is talking nonsense! Everton boss Martinez hits out at Ireland number two

Keane is talking nonsense! Everton boss Martinez hits out at Ireland number two

first_img1 Everton manager Roberto Martinez has hit out at Roy Keane, accusing him of talking “complete nonsense”.Keane, the Republic of Ireland number two, last week claimed Martinez was putting pressure on James McCarthy and Seamus Coleman not to play in international games if they have slight injuries.McCarthy missed Ireland’s qualifier against Scotland, prompting Keane to claim: “I worry that he is under lots of pressure, particularly from Everton’s point of view.“You always get the impression from Everton that Seamus and James are both barely able to walk.“So when they actually turn up and they are walking through the reception, you think ‘Praise the Lord, it’s a miracle’.”Keane, who is also assistant boss of the Toffees’ Premier League rivals Aston Villa, went on to suggest talks were required between Martinez and Ireland manager Martin O’NeillBut the comments have only served to rile Martinez, who insists he already has a good relationship with O’Neill and would never stop players from representing their countries.“It is complete nonsense,” said the Spaniard, speaking ahead of visit of West Ham on Saturday.“We have a good relationship with Martin O’Neill and we keep in touch frequently and share information.“We are always very proud when our players represent their countries, and the record shows that. Every player at our club is desperately proud to represent their countries.“A lot has been said – a lot is nonsense. The reality is the conversation between managers of the associations and ourselves has been good and will continue to be.“The only thing I care about is the players, and we had four players in the Republic of Ireland squad who are incredible characters who just love to play for their country.“It is disappointing when you see some ‘news’ that could put that in doubt. All the fans in the Republic of Ireland and other nations should know these players will give their lives to represent their countries and that is something we are very proud of.” Roy Keane last_img read more

Clippers sprint past the Warriors

Clippers sprint past the Warriors

first_imgNBA: Kaman has career night as L.A. opens with win over Golden State. By Joe Stevens Staff Writer Indoor fireworks, a run-and-gun style of game, a gash to Chris Kaman’s forehead – the Clippers’ season opener overflowed with action and even blood. And when all of the action ended, the Clippers ran away with a 120-114 victory Friday night at Staples Center. The Clippers beat Golden State at its own game – the fast-break – and also beat the Warriors with a remarkably better inside game led by Kaman. But perhaps even more important, the Clippers put together a good enough performance to give themselves hope and believe that if they hustle and battle, they can win in the NBA. “It was great, man,” Sam Cassell said. “We had poise down the stretch and showed, yeah, we can win. Like I said earlier, if teams take us lightly, we will beat you.” No one beat the Warriors more than Kaman, who scored a career-high 26 points and had 18 rebounds. He helped the Clippers outrebound the Warriors, 53-36. He got his gash less than two minutes into the second half, when Golden State’s Kelenna Azubuike blasted a towering dunk over him and caught him with an elbow. Kaman was rushed to the dressing room, received three stitches above his left eye and returned later in the third quarter. “I was telling them in the back, `Hurry up, I want to get back out there, hurry up,”‘ Kaman said. “He wasn’t hurrying, but he did a great job. Hopefully, it will be the same beautiful face it always is. But who cares? It’s another injury. It goes away, and then you get another one.” The way Kaman dominated, Coach Mike Dunleavy offered this comment: “Maybe he should get hit in the head every night.” The Clippers led the entire second half, save for a brief 95-94 lead that Golden State had less than a minute into the fourth quarter. But the Clippers still went through the heart-pumping motions of a nail-biter. After going up, 113-104, Golden State rattled off eight straight points to pull within 113-112 with 1:31 left. Cuttino Mobley then made two consecutive jump shots to give the Clippers a 117-112 lead and help seal the victory. Six Clippers finished in double figures. Mobley added 21 points and Tim Thomas had 20, and neither of them started. The Clippers overcame 33 points from Azubuike and 22 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds from Baron Davis. All of the scoring was a by-product of the fast pace, which the Clippers actually were better in than the Warriors. They outscored Golden State, 14-10, in fast-break points. It was more than just media hype to think the Clippers’ victory and the fact that they played a relatively mistake-free game came as a surprise. They had their doubts themselves, and after the win, Corey Maggette said, “If you would have seen our practices, you would not have believed we’d have this type of game. We played well.” Perhaps a lot cannot be gleaned from one game, especially against Golden State – a team that plays a small lineup and probably employs the fast-break more than any other NBA team. But maybe one early trend is Dunleavy’s willingness to go deep into his bench and juggle his lineup. Ten players saw action in the first half, and the coach even made a relatively unexpected move by starting Ruben Patterson, who had the task of guarding Davis. Rookie Al Thornton got 18 minutes of playing time, and point guard Brevin Knight played the entire fourth quarter in place of Cassell. Just one game into the 82-game schedule, the Clippers showed they can play hard and gritty, and unlike last year, they’re not taking anything for granted this season. “We would have lost this game last year with all the injuries we had,” Cassell said. “This year, we understand the injuries we have and just have to drive forward.” joe.stevens@presstelegram.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
CONRAD GETS BLOODY NOSE AFTER HE CLASHES WITH ARTIST GRAHAM KNUTTEL

CONRAD GETS BLOODY NOSE AFTER HE CLASHES WITH ARTIST GRAHAM KNUTTEL

first_imgDonegal chef Conrad Gallagher has come off second-best after clashing with artist Graham Knuttel.The Letterkenny cook ordered staff at his new restaurant venture, The Dining Room at La Stampa Hotel, to remove Knuttel’s paintings.The chef, 40, said Knuttel’s work was ‘passe’ and wanted them removed. But Knuttel, whose work is collected by everyone from Robert De Niro to Bono, accused Gallagher of being an idiot.“Conrad is just an idiot looking for publicity,” he said.Gallagher rowed back after the row insisting he meant no disrespect to Knuttel.“Graham is a great artist and I have no personal problem with him whatsoever. “But they (the paintings) have been hanging around here on the walls for 20 years or so, so it was time for a new look,” he said.However Knuttel hit back saying Gallagher asked him to draw a painting which featured Gallagher as the centre-piece along with four other great chefs.“That is the nearest thing he would have ever got to being a great chef,” swiped Knuttel.The artist said the painting never went ahead as Gallagher never came up with the €5,000 deposit for the work.Ends CONRAD GETS BLOODY NOSE AFTER HE CLASHES WITH ARTIST GRAHAM KNUTTEL was last modified: June 24th, 2011 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:Conrad GallagherGraham Knuttellast_img read more

Biting back

Biting back

first_imgAfter years of quietly enduring harassment and intimidation at the hands of animal-rights extremists, the city of Los Angeles finally has started to fight back – and not a moment too soon. City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo has filed conspiracy charges against the Animal Defense League-Los Angeles, charging that the group’s “protest” activities have veered into the realm of the criminal. The group, Delgadillo says, has engaged in a campaign of harassment against city workers and has condoned acts of violence and destruction. It’s about time the city took action. Although ADL-LA denies responsibility, it’s clear that some animal-rights extremists have been participating in unconscionable behavior, threatening city workers and smoke-bombing the home of ousted Animal Services Director Guerdon Stuckey. 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 Moreover, just last week the animal-rights extremists scored a major victory when Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa agreed to fire Stuckey. The decision may have been right on the merits, but it no doubt emboldened some into thinking that intimidation is a good way to achieve their political ends. Being charged by Delgadillo should disabuse them of that belief. To be sure, there are good, law-abiding people who are rightly passionate about improving the Los Angeles Animal Services Department. But the extremists are giving them a bad name, and their quasi-militant, uncivil ways are disrupting city government. City Hall officials must work in good faith with the activists who want to pursue their cause in the decent and legal way – and crack down on those who won’t. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more