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Search on for missing Limerick teen

first_imgGardai wish to seek the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 16 year old Darnell Price who is missing from Limerick.Darnell was last seen on the afternoon of January 26 on O’Connell Street, Limerick. He is described as being 5′ 6″ tall, of slight build and with brown hair. When last seen he was wearing a green Jacket, navy blue track suit and blue runners.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Anyone who has seen Darnell or who can assist in locating him is asked to contact Henry Street Garda Station on 061-212400, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station. Linkedin Advertisement Previous articleMaking Capital on centuries of AdventureNext article€12.5 million to be spent on Limerick city Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email TAGSfeatured NewsBreaking newsSearch on for missing Limerick teenBy Staff Reporter – January 30, 2016 779 Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended WhatsAppcenter_img Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Twitter First Irish death from Coronavirus RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Facebook No vaccines in Limerick yet last_img read more

Ocean City Schools Honor Retirees and Teachers of Year

first_imgTEACHERS OF THE YEARSchool Board President Joe Clark, Superintendent Kathleen Taylor, Nick Verducci, Michelle Dill, Mary Beth Libro, Primary School Principal Cathleen Smith, High School Principal Matt Jamison and Intermediate School Principal Geoffrey Haines.Mary Beth Libro: A “caring and supportive” third-grade teacher at Ocean City Primary School.Nick Verducci: An eighth-grade social studies teacher and Fishing Club founder at Ocean City Intermediate School.Michelle Dill: An Algebra II and Calculus B/C teacher at Ocean City High School. SUPPORT STAFF OF THE YEARSuperintendent Kathleen Taylor, Janice Rogers, Mardee Brown and Intermediate School Principal Geoffrey Haines.Mardee Brown: Secretary of Guidance Department at Ocean City Intermediate SchoolJanice Rogers: Custodian at Ocean City High SchoolNot present — Sue Richards: Ocean City Primary School The Ocean City Board of Education recognized retirees, teachers of the year and support staff members of the year in a presentation before Wednesday’s public meeting.The following district employees were honored, each with individual tributes read by Superintendent Kathleen Taylor and by school principals. ALSO HONOREDCholehna Weaver: An Ocean City Intermediate School social studies teacher who was awarded a scholarship for a Fulbright-Hays Seminar Abroad in China.Rosemary Millar: The nurse at Ocean City High School received statewide recognition for creating laminated AED instructions and locations to be worn by all staff members. The push to educate students in CPR is part of an effort to expand the focus of “Janet’s Law,” a bill that was recently enacted in memory of Janet Zelinski, an 11-year old New Jersey girl who died of sudden cardiac arrest following a cheerleading squad practice. OCEAN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT RETIREES Superintendent Kathleen Taylor, School Board President Joe Clark, Kathryn Johnson, Judy Dickens,  Debbie Volturo, Intermediate School Principal Geoffrey Haines, Ellen Wright, Primary School Principal Cathleen Smith, High School Principal Matt Jamison and Director of Special Services Matthew Carey.Dr. Ellen Wright: A learning disabilities teacher consultant with extensive experience in the district, as an instructor at Stockton University and as a private consultant.Judy Dickens: An Ocean City Intermediate School art teacher who has worked in the district since 1990 and inspired students through projects such as surfboard mosaic art.Debbie Volturo: A fourth-grade teacher at Ocean City Intermediate School who has helped students achieve in math and science, and who introduced students to practical applications such as a statewide stock market game.Kathy Johnson: A fourth-grade math and science teacher with 25 years experience in the district whose mother taught in the district. Johnson and her children attended school in the district.Not present: Erik Ortolf: 25 years of service in the districtLaura Thomas: 12 years of service in the districtJack Myers: 23 years of service in the districtlast_img read more

Lobster mini-season could be canceled

first_imgThis upcoming lobster mini-season is in danger of being canceled after authorities in the Keys wrote a letter to Governor Ron DeSantis urging him to prevent the event from happening.The village of Islamorada sent the letter to the governor stating their fear that the season would send an influx of visitors to the area while the number of COVID cases continue to rise.While Islamorada wants the event canceled in their area, Palm Beach County Administrator Verdenia Baker says that they do not plan to cancel mini-season in Palm Beach.Baker says she feels it is safe to continue because charter dive boats have been mandated to operate at half capacity.last_img read more

West Olympia Hair Salon 4th & Brooklyn Invites You to Their…

first_imgFacebook26Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by 4th and Brooklyn Hair SalonCome join us on June 21 from 1pm to 4pm to help us celebrate our fourth year in business. Enjoy prizes, tasty bites, and delicious beverages; get to know our fabulous team, pleasing environment and quality products.  As a way of saying thank you to our guests, we will be offering up to 20% off your entire retail purchase during this event.Click here to read a story and learn more about this great local family business.  Then, spoil yourself on this first day of summer by booking our amazing Moroccanoil Blowout Treatment! For $25 you will receive a luxury shampoo & conditioning treatment, beautiful blow-dry & style using Moroccanoil products, and will automatically be entered to win one of two fabulous gift baskets. You can call today to book your appointment, as space will be limited! 360.878.8854.We will also be featuring Mark Elliott from Dermalogica to help with all your skin care questions. He will be providing personal skin analysis, complimentary samples and gift with purchase.Bring a friend.  Every new guest will be leaving with a $20 gift certificate to use towards your next visit with us.Visit our website to view all the services available to you. Hope to see you on June 21.last_img read more

Saina Nehwal pulls out of upcoming Pro Badminton League season 5 citing the need…

first_imgAdvertisement k3olNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs3wen1Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E10o1( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1x6Would you ever consider trying this?😱5yCan your students do this? 🌚6q20Roller skating! Powered by Firework The star shuttler of India, Saina Nehwal pulled herself out of the fifth season of Pro Badminton League. The fifth season is going to begin from January 20 and it will continue till February 9, 2020.Advertisement The year 2019 has not gone well for Saina Nehwal. She has been suffering from pancreatitis and other injuries throughout the whole year. So, she has not been able to perform well in 2019. Saina Nehwal was former number 1 badminton player among the female shuttlers all over the World. The star badminton player is hoping to make a return in the court after a break. She needs to find her own rhythm and that will certainly take a bit of time.Advertisement The star Badminton player Saina Nehwal announced that she would not take part in the next edition of Premier Badminton League in Twitter. Saina took part in the China Open; however she was out in the first round of the tournament. Saina is currently at number 9 rank in the World among female shuttlers. She is eyeing to regain the top spot in the World ranking when she will make the comeback. She will also try to participate in the season 6 of Pro Badminton League if she is fit enough to take part.Badminton ace Jwala Gutta joins the #MeToo movement, alleges she was harrased by coachAdvertisement Advertisementlast_img read more