Ferencvaros’ Bosniia & Herzegovina midfielder Muhamed Besic is close to joining Everton . Paul Lambert says Aston Villa have not received a single bid for Dutch defender Ron Vlaar – despite huge interest. Dani Osvaldo is set to become the latest player to leave Southampton by signing for Inter Milan . West Brom head the 3 million chase for striker Leonardo Pavoletti. Burnley are lining up a bid for Nottingham Forest star Henri Lansbury. Juventus star Arturo Vidal, 27, has ruled out a move to Manchester United this summer. Liverpool are also thought to be interested.
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Virtually everyone does, those behind the Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board’s Summer Youth Employment Program agreed Monday. And that bodes well for the 400 young people the program has placed in part-time jobs for the next several weeks. “It’s not just about a paycheck,” U.S. Rep.
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In 1981, 114 people were killed when a pair of suspended walkways above the lobby of the Kansas City Hyatt Regency Hotel collapsed during a tea dance. In 1996, TWA Flight 800, a Europe-bound Boeing 747, exploded and crashed off Long Island, New York, shortly after leaving John F. Kennedy International Airport, killing all 230 people aboard. In 1998, Nicholas II, last of the Romanov czars, was formally buried in Russia 80 years after he and his family were slain by the Bolsheviks. Ten years ago: Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia (AHK’-mehd kuh-RAY’-uh) submitted his resignation to Yasser Arafat, who rejected it the next day. California Gov.
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2014 10:22AM Updated July 11. 2014 10:25AM Norwich The City Council will hold a special meeting Monday to discuss changes to the contract with Wonderland of Ice of Bridgeport before signing the agreement to turn over management of the city’s financially struggling ice rink to the firm. The council on Monday approved a 10-year lease with three 10-year extensions with the firm, which would run the rink under the name Norwich Rosegarden Ice Associates LLC. City officials said today that Wonderland asked for “substantial” changes to some terms of the contract, and the full City Council would have to approve the changes. Mayor Deberey Hinchey declined to comment on the substance of the changes, but said they “are not doom and gloom” that would negate the plans to reach an agreement with Wonderland of Ice. Wonderland owner Lisa Fedick could not be reached for comment this morning. The last-minute changes forced cancelation of a planned meeting by the Norwich Ice Rink Authority Thursday to approve and sign the contract. The City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday to discuss the changes in executive session before possibly voting on the revisions in open session. “We want to make sure the council is aware of that,” Hinchey said of the changes.
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Lea then forwards a list to social worker Laura Selsky so she can tell the mothers the results. To qualify, inmates either must be enrolled or have completed a parenting program and must be free of active disciplinary tickets. The children – ages 18 and younger – have to be on an approved visitors list. Inmates may participate three times a year – for a maximum of three, two-hour visits – and may earn an extra visit if they serve as a program volunteer. “We really want them to be better parents and connect with their children,” Doran said. “The fact they showed interest, completed a program, makes us believe that they are more serious about being a better parent for their child.” ‘Guilt and shame’ Half of the 1,130 females at York as of July 2 had one or more dependents, according to the state Department of Correction. On this day, 11 mothers visit with 19 children and are joined by three workers from the state Department of Children and Families.
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Credit: Reuters/Toby Melville (Reuters) – Scotland midfielder Robert Snodgrass has joined Hull City on a three-year deal from relegated Norwich City, the Premier League side announced on Monday. The 26-year-old moved for an undisclosed fee after spending two seasons at Norwich. “Having spoken to the owners and the manager here, and having seen the plans they have for this club, I was very keen to be a part of it all,” Snodgrass told the club website (www.hullcitytigers.com). Hull, beaten by Arsenal in the FA Cup final in May, also signed midfielder Jake Livermore from Tottenham Hotspur last week after he spent last season on loan at the KC Stadium.
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Federal and state officials are on the hunt for a silver 2014 Volkswagen Jetta with Connecticut license plates, The Hartford Courant reported . According to police, the vehicle is believed to be driven by a man who may have threatened the life of the president. Secret Service Investigates Report of ‘Potentially Suspicious’ Person in Area of Obama Visit: Official 29 Aug 2014 Police in Westchester and Secret Service were investigating a report of a “potentially suspicious person and vehicle” near where President Obama visitedFridayfor a set of fundraising events, authorities say. An official with the Secret Service told NBC News the agency was working with local police to determine the validity of the report. The official did not elaborate on why the person and vehicle were considered suspicious. Conn. Police On Prowl for Distracted Drivers –Two officers acting as spotters – one on each side of the road – will peer into cars to find offending drivers28 Aug 2014Armed with federal money, police from more than two dozen departments around the state are poised to launch a no-texting-while-driving campaign that will have motorists reaching for their wallets instead of their cell phones. Dubbed”U drive. U text. U pay,”the initiative kicks offWednesdayin at least 25 towns and cities, from Vernon to Norwich to Stamford.
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“How about somebody with a protective order against them?” Malloy continued. “Do you want to go over the whole bill?” Foley asked, stressing that he used the media to convey his opinions to the governor after the Dec.14, 2012, Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. “To say I’m not telling the truth is ridiculous.” Malloy also hammered Foley, the losing 2010 gubernatorial candidate, on his business experience taking over a Georgia textile company in 1985, loading it with debt, then selling it off in 1996. Foley said that was old news, and he would rather talk about the state of Connecticut’s current problems.
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“But I’m getting questions from people asking if they should buy a couple of cases and sell them for double.” Beating Stocks Double? Try quintuple. According to the Investment Grade Scotch index, published by Whisky Highland in Tain, Scotland , the top 100 single malts delivered an average return of 440 percent from the start of 2008 till the end of July this year. That compares with a 31 percent gain in S&P 500 stocks index and a sobering 2 percent drop in the Liv-ex 100 Benchmark Fine Wine Index.
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In a filing at Grafton County Superior Court, Saffo said her office couldn’t prove its case against Guyer-Carignan Post 22. In the filing, she appeared to agree with the post’s financial officer Bill Wilson who said in an interview earlier this year he believed the post was operating within the law in February when administrators organized and ran raffles “used to benefit charity.” “The activities at issue in this case were not done in accordance with the law,” Saffo wrote. “However, post indictment, evidence of the efforts of the … American Legion to ensure that they were following the law came to light.” Attorney George Ostler of Norwich, Vt., who represents the Legion post, said Saturday he was “really happy for the Legion.” Calling the post’s members and administrators “incredibly stand-up guys,” who had no intention of breaking the law, Ostler said they worked hard following a similar incident in 2010 to make sure all their gaming activities were conducted within New Hampshire law. He said that effort included having a 34-page document prepared that outlined their plans and getting approval by both the New Hampshire State Liquor Commission and the Lebanon Police Department for running games of chance in the future. Ostler said, however, that the liquor commission somehow did not have a copy of that document this year prior to its agents’ Feb. 1 gambling raid on the post. In April, a Grafton County Superior Court grand jury indicted the post on two Class B felony counts for gambling, and a charge called “entertainment and entertainers.” The latter charge refers to gambling at an establishment that’s licensed to sell “alcohol and/or liquor,” according to the indictment.
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