Newark Police Department(NEWARK, Del.) — A woman was sexually assaulted by an armed man claiming to be a ride-share driver early Saturday, police said.Authorities arrested 41-year-old Roberto Rodriguez of Newark and charged him with first-degree rape, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony and theft, among other charges.The 21-year-old woman was walking on South Chapel Street near East Delaware Avenue in Newark, just a couple blocks from campus, at about 1:15 a.m. when a man pulled up, identified himself as a ride-share driver and asked if she needed a ride, according to the Newark Police Department.The woman had not called for a ride, but got into the vehicle.After she got into the vehicle, the man drove northbound before pulling over and forcing the woman at knifepoint to perform a sex act, police said.She exited the vehicle “after the sexual act was completed” and called 911 from a nearby residence, according to Newark police.The woman told police the man was driving a silver, four-door GMC truck with an extended cab. Authorities later released pictures of the suspected vehicle in the area.She was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital.Rodriguez is being held on $63,000 bail. He has been transported to the Howard R. Young Correctional Facility in Wilmington.Police have not said whether the woman is a student at the University of Delaware. Spring semester at the university, which has about 18,000 undergraduates, does not end until May 30.The incident is part of a trend of assaults by people posing as ride-share drivers. The problem was brought further into the national consciousness when a student at the University of South Carolina was killed after getting into what she thought was an Uber.Samantha Josephson, a 21-year-old from New Jersey, was out drinking with friends near the campus when she got into a car she thought was the Uber she had requested. Instead, the man was posing as a driver and later killed the woman.Nathaniel Rowland has been charged with murder and kidnapping in the case. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor (1 TenureTrack Position)Required Qualifications:PhD degree or equivalentActive or emerging research program in cancer isrequired.Hold or be eligible for a valid NY State professional nurselicensePreferred Qualifications:Postdoctoral experienceJob Description:The School of Nursing at Stony Brook University and the Stony BrookCancer Center invites/seeks applications for (1) full-timetenured/tenure-track position from individuals who are passionateresearchers, engaged faculty, and experts in their field, who havea program of research in cancer. Candidates should be prepared topursue an active program of research, with collaborative efforts inboth the Stony Brook School of Nursing and the Stony Brook CancerCenter. Candidates seeking an appointment to a senior faculty rankmust have active research funding. Rank and salary is commensuratewith qualifications and experience. Stony Brook School of Nursingand the Stony Brook Cancer Center offers generous start-up packagesto highly qualified faculty.At the rank of Assistant Professor, applicants must haveoutstanding research training and demonstrate research productivityand the potential to secure extramural research funding to supporttheir development as a successful independent research scientist.At the rank of Associate Professor or Professor, applicants willhave or will demonstrate successful track records to obtain fundingto support independent programs of funded research. AssociateProfessor or Professor candidates should also be prepared to mentorjunior faculty. All candidates should be prepared to mentordoctoral students, be committed to fostering diversity andinclusion, foster collaborative interdisciplinary research, andteach at the undergraduate/graduate levels. Applicants withfederally funded programs of research will receive reduced teachingloads relative to grant effort. Applicants seeking funding willreceive reduced teaching loads for the first year.Rank and salary is commensurate with qualifications andexperience.Applications should include a cover letter outlining areas ofactive research, current teaching/practice experience, and a CV.Applicants should be prepared to supply a list of no less thanthree references upon application and undergo a criminal backgroundcheck and drug screening.For more information and to apply, visit: https://apply.interfolio.com/86771 Equal Opportunity Employerjeid-45a92ae032a47349997d89941881c96c
The number of Vermonters in the labor forceâ employed and unemployedâ decreased last month after rising steadily since last July, according to seasonally adjusted data released today by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.The unemployment rate ticked down in March, even though fewer Vermonters had jobs. Only workers who are actively looking for work or waiting to be recalled after a layoff are considered unemployed and counted in the labor force. Discouraged workers who have stopped looking are not counted. Fewer jobless claimsVermont had the fourth-lowest unemployment rate in the country in March, even as more than 4,500 workers filed new claims for unemployment compensation. Initial unemployment claims hit a peak in December 2008, when more than 8,600 Vermonters filed. Typically, first-time jobless claims rise during the winter months and drop in the summer. The number of applicants at the peaks has declined since the recession officially ended, and the monthly average of new claims has fallen for two years. The end of extended unemployment benefitsBarring a sudden spike in unemployment, Vermonters will no longer be eligible for extended unemployment compensation after the end of this year. In the depths of the recession, jobless workers who had used up their 26 weeks of regular unemployment compensation could qualify for federal emergency unemployment compensation programs (EUC08 Tiers I-III) and a state program that together provided up to 60 weeks of additional compensation.After May, the Tier II programâ providing 14 weeks’benefitsâ will not be available in states with unemployment rates lower than 6 percent. All EUC08 programs are scheduled to expire at the end of 2012.Source: Public Assets Institute, April 20, 2012 Download the Jobs Brief in PDF.
Colliers International in Greater Phoenix recently completed a sale of a Class A, 22,345-square-foot office building in Scottsdale for $3.5 million, or $156 a square foot.Spensa Management, LLC, of Minnesota purchased the building, located at 8525 E. Pinnacle Peak Road, from K2H Pinnacle Peak Place, LLC, of Vancouver, BC, Canada.Mike Milic, vice president; Philip Wurth, vice president; and Tyler Bush, associate; all of Colliers International, served as brokers for the seller.Joe Welchert of Phoenix Commercial Advisors served as the broker for the buyer.Spensa Management, which owns Desert Mini Storage, plans to occupy part of the building for its local headquarters. The building is 43 percent occupied.“The transaction represented a solid opportunity for Spensa Management to acquire a great office property at below replacement cost in a highly desirable area of Scottsdale,” said Milic.
Monty Brinton/CBSWhile the question of whether we actually need yet another reality competition show remains to be seen, CBS is throwing its hat in the ring with its latest entry into the genre.The World’s Best will be hosted by James Corden, and feature a judging panel made up of Drew Barrymore, RuPaul Charles and country superstar Faith Hill. The show is being produced by Mark Burnett and Mike Darnell, who collectively have brought you Survivor, The Voice and American Idol.The 10-episode series will premiere next year, and it will feature acts of all talents, from all over the world. In addition to impressing the judges, the contestants must also impress the “wall of the world”: 50 experts from around the world, from every field of entertainment, who will also have a say in who advances. Only one act will, of course, be judged to be The World’s Best.In a statement, Darnell said, “The very name of the show defined the caliber of judges we sought out and ultimately got. Drew, RuPaul and Faith are incredibly accomplished superstars whose talents encompass every area of entertainment. Along with James, The World’s Best will now be the gold standard of competition shows.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Sumner Newscow report — The following is the Wellington Police weekend report for Friday, August 10 to Sunday, August 12, 2018:Friday, August 10, 2018•6:43 a.m. Officers responded to a mental subject report in the 1100 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•8:34 a.m. Officers investigated a battery by known suspect in the 200 block W. Peach Tree Lane, Wellington.•1:20 p.m. Officers conducted a report of harassment in the 1700 block N. A, Wellington.•2:45 p.m. Officers took a report of lost property in the 1200 block S. G, Wellington.•4:15 p.m. Officers responded to an injured animal report in the 1700 block N. Washington, Wellington.•6:15 p.m. Lawrence S. McIntire, 70, Judsonia, Ark. was issued a notice to appear for disobeyed stop sign.•6:22 p.m. Officers took a suspicious ctivity report in the 1400 block N. C, Wellington.•9:17 p.m. Officers took a suspicious activity report in the 1200 block N. Cherry, Wellington.Saturday, August 11, 2018•6:53 a.m. Officers investigated a vicious animal and dog at large by known owner in the 1000 block N. Washington, Wellington.•9:37 a.m. Brandon R. Long, 36, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is suspended and illegal registration.•10:27 a.m. Officers assisted an outside agency in the 400 block E. Circle Drive, Wellington.•11:15 a.m. Juvenile male, 17, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for disobeyed traffic signal.•11:44 a.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 900 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•12:34 Officers conducted a courtesy motor vehicle accident report in the 1100 block N. Boundary, Wellington involving an unknown vehicle and a vehicle operated by Josiah Barkley, 30, Norman, Okla.•2:44 p.m. Judith E. Bennehoof, 52, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, driving while license is suspended and possession of certain stimulants.•3:08 p.m. Officers responded to a civil problem by known subjects in the 1000 block S. C, Wellington.•6:53 p.m. Officers took a suspicious activity report in the 800 block E. 4th, Wellington.•7:44 p.m. Officers responded to a child custody dispute in the 200 block N. C, Wellington.•10:39 p.m. Officers took a suspicious activity report in the 800 block W. 8th, Wellington.Sunday, August 12, 2018•1:14 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of a cell phone in the 1100 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.•1:57 a.m. Officers took a suspicious activity report in the 400 block S. C, Wellington.•5:47 a.m. Officers took a suspicious activity report in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington.•7:47 a.m. Ronald G. Dick, 69, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for dog at large.•2:44 p.m. Judith E. Bennehoof, 52, Wellington was served a Sumner County bench warrant for failure to appear for driving while license is suspended. She was confined.•12:19 p.m. Officers took a suspicious activity report in the 800 block N. Woodlawn, Wellington.•1:10 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 100 block E. 12th, Wellington.•2:54 p.m. Officers took a miscellaneous report in the 700 block E. Lincoln, Wellington.•4:45 p.m. Officers investigated distributing certain stimulants, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license is suspended.•5:57 p.m. Joshua A. Bodner, 27, Wichita, was arrested, charged and confined with distributing certain stimulants, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license is suspended.•6 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 500 block W. U.S. 160, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Trina L. Cook, 36, Wellington and a fixed object/curbing.•7:56 p.m. Officers responded to a verbal disturbance in the 700 block E. 4th, Wellington.•11 p.m. Officers took a suspicious activity report in the 1500 block E. 16th, Wellington.•11 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 1200 block S. H, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Ismail H. Teoman, 46, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and a fixed object/ditch.
DDCA TURF 2 AND 3 REVIEW – ROUND 12 (DAY ONE) TURF 2 Twin centuries to Narre South pair Jonty…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Nick Creely
Former L.V. Rogers Bomber soccer star Dylan Zaitsoff and his UBC Okanagan Heat teammates face a tough test in the first round of the Pacific Western Athletic Association Men’s Soccer Playoffs Friday in Kelowna.Zaitsoff and Company meet Kwantlen College Eagles of Surrey in quarter final action.The Heat earned a berth in the playoffs by rallying from a 3-0 second half deficit to finish the game in a 3-3 draw versus the Capilano University Blues on Sunday.The Heat finished with a record of 4-2-5 for the 2011 season, while the Capilano Blues finished just one point ahead of the Heat in the standings with a (5-3-3) record. The tie against the Blues the Heat, combined with Vancouver Island Mariners defeating the Thompson Rivers WolfPack 2-0, lifted the UBC Okanagan into third spot in Group B standings.Zaitsoff, in his second season at UBC O, joined the Heat after a solid high school career with the LVR Bombers. Zaitsoff helped the Bombers qualify for the B.C. High School Championships.Joining Zaitsoff on the Heat is Manny Straith of Victoria. Straith is the son of former Mount Sentinel High School athlete Delphine (Zarikoff) Straith.Zarikoff, the daughter of Helen and John Zarikoff, was one of the best athletes to ever come out of the South Slocan school.Manny Straith’s brother, Adam, is a member of the Canadian National Men’s Soccer Team.This three-day PacWest Tournament brings together the best six men and women’s collegiate soccer teams — UNBC Timberwolves of Prince George, Vancouver’s Langara Falcons, Quest Kermodes, Thompson Rivers Wolfpack, Capilano Blues and Vancouver Island Mariners — from across the province.The tournament begins play Friday at 10:30 a.m. with the women’s gold medal game slated for 3:30 p.m. Sunday.The men’s final is Sunday at 6:00 p.m. All action will take place at the Nonis Sports Field on UBC’s Okanagan campus.The winner represents the PacWest at the 2011 CCAA Soccer championships will be hosted by Collège François-Xavier-Garneau in Québec, Québec. Separate men and women’s tournaments will take place November [email protected]
Nelson, 12-10 on the season and tied for third in the division with Grand Forks, out shot the Border Bruins in both games, including a 42-27 advantage Tuesday in the Boundary City, but could not find that go-ahead goal.Saturday was the same as Nelson dominated the Bruins in the third period, only to see team captain Rayce Miller hit the bottom of the post with the goalie out of position with the Leafs trailing 2-1.“Maybe it’s confidence . . . I’m not really sure what it is right now,” Andrews lamented.“I think if we get a couple of goals here and there in a game might change things around.”“But overall we’re a team and we’re going to stick together to get through this,” Andrew adds.Beaver Valley, 16-4-1-0-1, enters the contest winners of two straight after sweeping a Murdoch home-and-home series against rival Castlegar Rebels.The sweep comes after Grand Forks pulled off a sweep of the Hawks the week before.Friday’s contest is the lone game of the weekend for Nelson.The Leafs return to action Wednesday when Castlegar visits the NDCC Arena for a 7 p.m. puck drop. When it rains, it generally pours.Just ask the Nelson Leafs hockey club.Currently riding a three-game losing streak and losing twice to a team the Leafs usually beat on a consistent basis— new-and-improved Grand Forks Border Bruins — the Green and White face the unenviable task of hosting the Murdoch Division leading Beaver Valley Nitehawks Friday at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.Add into the equation, the Leafs have yet to defeat the Hawks in two home meetings, losing by a combined score of 13-7.“I’m confident in the boys that we’re going to figure this out and get back on track,” said Leaf forward Blair Andrews when asked about the recent string of games that has Nelson winning twice in the past seven games.One frightening stat is the Leafs frustration with scoring at key times of the game.
Facing BCIHL Second All-Star Team goaltender Silas Matthys who backstopped his team a first round upset over Simon Fraser University in last weekend’s semi-final, the Saints pounced quickly.Defenceman McLeod’s shot from the point eluded Matthys just 24 seconds into the game for a 1-0 lead.The Saints then peppered Matthys with seven shots in the first five minutes where they dominated play. A pair of penalties in the second half of the first period doused Selkirk’s momentum and Jamey Kreller scored on a breakaway to tie the score with two minutes left in opening 20.Sookro scored 25 seconds into the second period when he stuffed away a rebound that came after Dane Feeney dangled through three Spartan defenders.Calvin gave the Saints a two goal lead seven minutes into the second when he fired a laser top shelf over Matthys’ blocker. Selkirk’s third powerplay goal of the period also came courtesy Calvin with helpers from fellow Beaver Valley Nitehawk alum Edwards and Sookro.Vlanich scored his fourth of the post-season midway through the third when he moved with purpose through the Spartans’ zone on a great individual effort.Trinity Western threw 11 shots on Prigione in the gritty final period where the intensity is sure to carry forward to Saturday night’s Game Two. The British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League’s (BCIHL) championship best-of-three final opened Friday night at the Castlegar & District Recreation Complex with a 5-1 Selkirk College Saints victory over the Trinity Western University Spartans.Game two of the series goes Saturday at 7 p.m. tonight in Castlegar at the Arena Complex with the Saints looking for a league record fourth straight BCIHL title.Ryan Edwards played set-up man with four assists, Dallas Calvin scored a pair with Ashton McLeod, Ryon Sookro and Jamie Vlanich providing the rest of the offence.Saints starting goaltender and recently announced BCIHL First Team All-Star James Prigione stopped 24 shots in the win.