Spring Property Taxes Due May 12

first_imgLocal property owners will owe spring taxes on Monday, May 12. Tax bills were mailed to taxpayers on or before last Friday. Fall taxes will be due Nov. 10.The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance announced that property tax bills have been issued in every Indiana county. This is the first time since 2001 that all 92 counties have achieved on-time billing.“The DLGF is very pleased that all 92 counties have returned to the normal statutory tax billing cycle,” said DLGF Commissioner Micah G. Vincent. “This milestone could not have been accomplished without the time and effort of the county and township assessors, county auditors, and county treasurers.”On-time tax bills provide predictability for both taxpayers and local government units. Many of Indiana’s 2,500 local governments will no longer have to borrow money to continue operations while waiting for delayed revenue distributions due to late tax billing and collections.last_img read more

Insigne: ‘Osimhen reminds me of Cavani’

first_imgNapoli captain, Lorenzo Insigne, said Victor Osimhen reminded him of former Partenopei forward, Edinson Cavani. ‘He’s devastating’. Insigne scored the second goal in a 2-0 win against Parma today, when Victor Osimhen impressed the spectators in his first competitive match for the Azzurri. Insigne said he reminds him ‘a bit of Cavani’, who scored 104 goals in 138 games for the Partenopei between 2010 and 2013. “He didn’t just impress me, but the whole group,” Insigne told Sky Sport Italia. “When he attacks it is devastating, as we saw today. “He reminds me a bit of Cavani, for how he attacks the depth. He will give us a hand because he brings something different to me and Dries [Mertens], and his speed can be important.Advertisement Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year9 Actors Who Stay Famous For That One Movie They Did 10 Years Ago Loading… center_img “We told him to stay calm, he’s young. He has potential and needs to grow, but we will help him.” Napoli had to wait until 60 minutes before they broke the deadlock against the Gialloblu at the Ennio Tardini and Insigne wants the team to be more clinical on the counter. read also:Serie A: Osimhen begins Napoli’s impressive debut from bench against Parma “We must be more clinical on the counterattack and it starts with me. The coach asked us to attack the area well. “In the first half there were many crosses and only Mertens was in the area. In the second half, we did more and we won the game.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

January 27, 2019 Police Blotter

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No comment over QPR ‘holiday’ claims

first_imgQPR have declined to comment on allegations that their Dubai training camp last month was marred by ill-discipline. Bottom-placed QPR face Southampton on Saturday afternoon and have declined to comment on the matter before the game. “The club is aware of the article in today’s Daily Mirror but the club’s entire focus is on today’s fixture against Southampton,” head of media and communications Ian Taylor said via Twitter. “We will be making no further comment at this time.” The west Londoners went to the United Arab Emirates on a five-day warm-weather training camp with a view to improving their terrible league form. However, reports emanated on Saturday that unnamed players likened the behaviour on the trip to a “stag party” and that it was a glorified holiday. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

KFC Goodwill series to begin on December 14

first_imgTHE inter-country schools football series that is the KFC goodwill series is set to begin on December 14.The 2019 edition of the tournament will now feature six teams, up from the four that participated in the inaugural edition last year.It will feature the winners and runners-up of the current TradeWindTankers/GUYOIL schools Football League as well as two hinterland teams in Annai and Waramadong.French Guiana side, USL Montjoly, along with the returning Shiva Boys Hindu College from Trinidad, will also be a part of the five- day tournament.The teams will be drawn into two groups of three, with each side playing the other twice before moving onto the semi-final and final.The first playing date will feature Annai against the GUYOIL runners up (GUYOIL B) from 17:00 at the Ministry of Education ground with the Winners of the GUYOIL tournament (GUYOIL A) playing USL Montjoly.On the second playing date, (December 16), the GUYOIL A will play Waramadong with Shiva Boys playing Annai in game two.On the third playing date, Shiva Boys will play GUYOIL B with Waramadong playing USL Montjoly.The semi-finals are billed for December 20 with the third place play off and final set for December 22.last_img read more

Ihezuo Arrives, Trains with Falconets

first_imgFalconets’ goal –poacher, Chinwendu Ihezuo, on Tuesday joined her team –mates for training sessions in Abuja as preparations hot up for the 2016 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea Ihezuo, who plies her professional trade with BIIK Kazygurt of Kazakhstan, is one of the six overseas –based players invited for the tournament next month and has quickly adapted to the training schedule marshalled out by Coach Peter Dedevbo and his technical crew.The former Delta Queens striker was instrumental to Nigeria picking the ticket to her eighth appearance at the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, scoring seven goals during the qualifying series.Ihezuo made her international debut for Nigeria at the Azerbaijan 2012 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup where she scored six goals. She has continued to blaze the trail in Kazakhstan with her club, BIIK Kazygurt, making 20 appearances this season with 16 goals to her name.“I am delighted to be back in the fold. The warm reception I got from my team –mates was awesome and collectively we will hoist Nigeria’s flag high in Papua New Guinea. I am very much aware that a lot is expected from me. I am here because of the love I have for my country and I promise to do my best to positively lift the team,” Ihezuo vowed.Nigeria will lock horns with Japan, Canada and Spain at the finals scheduled to take place 13th November – 3rd December 2016.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Cazenovia wrestlers defeat Chittenango, Port Byron

first_imgA close 285-pound bout had Cazenovia’s Carter Polhmaus edging John Spencer 6-4, while Shaun Zampetti, at 106 pounds, won when Peyton Denney had to default.Chittenango went from here to last Monday’s match against APW/Pulaski, where it fell by a score of 48-18.Spencer pinned Damien West, with Andrew Bailey (145 pounds) taking just 23 seconds to pin Brynn Pierce. Luke Martin (220) claimed the other points in a forfeit as Jacob Ezzo (195 pounds) lost 5-4 to Mike Kinney and Mariani took a 4-2 overtime defeat to Conner Shaw.Following a 24-hour weather postponement, the Lakers faced Port Byron on Thursday and, by having close to a full roster, earned enough points to top the Panthers 51-28.Port Byron did win four of the seven contested bouts, and also got close at 106 pounds before Zampetti pulled out a 6-4 decision over Henry Smith. Matt Knutsen won at 132 pounds by pinning Ronald Jones in 77 seconds, and in that exact same time Dannon got a pin over Gillespei Hunter.Mostly, the Lakers benefited from forfeits to Polhamus, Valentine (182), Luke Rodriguez (113 pounds), Michael Angus (126 pounds), Brad Gagnon (152 pounds) and Jake Tobin (170 pounds).Chittenango, who lost Dec. 14 to Cazenovia in the Dixon Duals, was unable to get on the scoreboard in its Dec. 19 meet against Marcellus. In the 86-0 defeat, Spencer got closest to a win, but fell 8-5 to the Mustangs’ Kyle Brown.The Bears join the Lakers next weekend as they travel to SUNY-Oswego next Friday and Saturday for the Kenneth Haines Memorial Tournament. Mark Young put the Bears on the board at 138 pound by pinning Lucca Ferreira in 4:10. Then Joe Mariani, wrestling twice, won at 145 pounds over Jedrek Olkowski and 152 pounds over Sam Wilcox.From there, though, it was all Lakers, staring with Alex Rodriguez’s 60-second pin over Macsen Cameron at 160 pounds, with Blaze Dannon (195 pounds) also taking a minute to pin Jacob Ezzo.In between, there was forfeits to Kevin Valentine at 170 pounds and Patrick Livingston at 182 pounds, with John Frega (220 pounds) and Luke Rodriguez (113 pounds) also claiming forfeits. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story When they both appeared Dec. 14 in the Brett Dixon Memorial Duals at Central Square, the Cazenovia and Chittenango wrestling teams would go head-to-head.And the Lakers got the best of it, prevailing 48-12 over the Bears as it claimed the last eight bouts on the card, whether they were contested or not.Michael Angus opened for Cazenovia at 132 pounds by defeating Quentin Mohamed 8-3. Then Chittenango claimed all of its points in three consecutive bouts. Tags: CazenoviaChittenangowrestlinglast_img read more

Syracuse men’s soccer 2017 schedule released, will face NCAA tournament teams in 8 of 10 games

first_img Published on May 15, 2017 at 5:38 pm Contact Josh: jlschafe@syr.edu | @Schafer_44 Syracuse announced its 2017 regular season schedule on Monday afternoon. The team’s 17-game slate includes eight contests against 2016 NCAA tournament teams.The Orange finished the 2016 season 12-4-4 (3-2-3 Atlantic Coast). After a program best 9-0-2 start, SU lost to North Carolina, 1-0, in the third round of the NCAA tournament.Syracuse opens its season with road games against St. Louis on Aug. 25 and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville on Aug. 27. Then, Syracuse hosts the Central New York Classic with games against Princeton and Northwestern on Sept. 1 and Sept. 3, respectively.ACC play opens for SU on Friday Sept. 8 at Virginia. The Orange finishes conference play against last year’s top two finishers in the conference. First, Syracuse will host Clemson on Oct. 21 before traveling to Wake Forest on Oct. 27.Syracuse’s full schedule (conference games in bold) :AdvertisementThis is placeholder textat St. Louis Aug. 25, 7 p.m.at SIU Edwardsville Aug. 27, 7 p.m.Princeton Sept. 1, 3 p.m.Northwestern Sept. 3, 7 p.m.at Virginia Sept. 8, 7 p.m. Oregon State Sept. 12, 7 p.m.Louisville Sept. 15, 7 p.m. Cornell Sept. 19, 7 p.m.Duke Sept. 22, 7 p.m. at Colgate Sept. 25, 7 p.m.at Pittsburgh Sept. 29, 7 p.m. Akron Oct. 3, 7 p.m.North Carolina State Oct. 6, 7 p.m. at Boston College Oct. 13, 7 p.m. at Ohio State Oct. 18, 7 p.m.Clemson Oct. 21, 7 p.m. at Wake Forest Oct. 27, 7 p.m. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

RGSB endorses GambleAware’s £10m yearly fundraising target

first_img GambleAware: Engage those with lived experience of gambling harms August 28, 2020 UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service  August 20, 2020 Share Share The Responsible Gambling Strategy Board (RGSB) has endorsed GambleAware’s five-year strategy, which includes a commitment to raising £10 million a year to tackle gambling-related harm.The RGSB has published its formal advice to the Gambling Commission on the level of funding required for research, education and treatment. The RGSB Board, chaired by Sir Christopher Kelly, determined that a minimum of £9.3m will be required next year, excluding the costs of commissioning.The paper sets out an independent assessment of the amount of funding required, focusing on the costs that are likely to fall on GambleAware. This needs to be raised from the gambling industry and other relevant stakeholders who are committed to minimising gambling-related harm.Marc Etches, Chief Executive of GambleAware, said: “We encourage all those who profit from gambling to donate to support the vital work we fund. We ask for just 10p for every £100 of profit they make. This responsibility falls mainly on those who hold gambling licences, but we also look to professional sport, broadcasters and advertising industry to recognise their obligations to those who suffer harm related to gambling.”Sir Christopher Kelly, RGSB Chairman, said: “When we published the strategy, we said its success was dependent on sufficient funds being made available to support its delivery. We encourage everyone with a responsibility for the delivery of the strategy, particularly the gambling industry, to ensure they are playing their part in meeting this commitment. Channelling funding through GambleAware helps provide a coordinated approach leading to better value for money and more impact.”Under the terms of an agreement reached between the industry, the regulator and ministers in 2012, GambleAware was granted responsibility for raising the funds required to deliver the National Responsible Gambling Strategy.As such, GambleAware acts as the commissioner of research, education and treatment services from a wide range of organisations across Great Britain, ensuring funds are allocated and spent effectively. To date, ministers have relied upon this voluntary system, but if this approach fails to generate sufficient funds, the Gambling Act 2005 allows for a levy to be imposed instead. YGAM focuses on BAME community engagement with CVR link-up August 21, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Submitlast_img read more

La Liga: Suarez, Messi put down 10-man Atletico Madrid

first_imgBarcelona moved 11 points clear at the top of La Liga after two late goals ended the stubborn resistance of Atletico Madrid, who had Diego Costa sent off in the first half.Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi scored superb goals to leave Barca huge favourites to win a fifth title in seven years.Former Chelsea striker Costa was shown a straight red card for abusing referee Jesus Gil Manzano in the 27th minute.And Suarez and Messi made Atletico pay.For most of the game, it looked like Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak would be the hero to counteract Costa’s villainy, making a string of superb saves to keep Barca out.But with five minutes remaining, former Liverpool striker Suarez bent in a low shot from 25 yards that beat the Slovenian keeper and flicked in off the base of the post.Just 60 seconds later, Messi was played though down the right, cut inside two defenders and beat Oblak with a low shot for his 33rd league goal of the season.Diego Simeone’s side were once again superbly organised, and had to be after Costa’s latest moment of ill discipline. Apparently angered by Manzano’s decision not to play an advantage, the Spain international confronted the referee and was shown a straight red card.Several players were involved in an ensuing altercation, with Gerard Pique eventually ensuring that Costa left the field.“I asked the referee and he told me Costa said something to him,” Simeone said. “Other players have said things and not been sent off but that does not justify what Costa did.”Left-back Jordi Alba had already hit the post after a glorious pass from Messi, and Oblak kept out Philippe Coutinho, Messi and substitute Malcom in another fine display. He eventually made eight saves.Atleti’s one good chance came as Rodrigo headed a free-kick over with 15 minutes left. But Suarez and Messi then struck to leave Simeone’s side seemingly in a race with city rivals Real for second place.Messi has now won more La Liga games than anyone in history – moving ahead of former Real keeper Iker Casillas on to 335 victories. Source: BBClast_img read more