Broome County rapid testing site moves Monday

first_imgThe county’s rapid testing site will, starting Monday, be at the Harpursville Baptist church off of Main St. To register for the site, click here, or call 211. The county says they will be testing at the church from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. and testing will only be taking place on Monday and Tuesday. Broome County Executive Jason Garnar says there was a record number of people tested at the rapid testing mobile testing site yesterday. The site will not be in operation for Thanksgiving weekend on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday. center_img Garnar says more than 200 people were tested yesterday at this site alone. BROOME COUNTY (WBNG) — The county’s coronavirus rapid testing site at St. Paul’s church in Binghamton has seen a record number of tests, but will be moving to a new location on Monday, Nov. 23. The testing site closed at St. Paul’s church in Binghamton Friday night, but will be moving to a new location next week. last_img read more

Caz boys basketball delivers sectional win over Westhill

first_imgThings did not look good early, with the Warriors jumping out to a 21-12 lead, fueled by a trio of 3-pointers from Zach Brown, the lone holdover from Westhill’s last state championship team in 2017.Yet after Brown picked up his second foul, Cazenovia’s defense picked up, and over the last 6 1/2 minutes of the half the Lakers held the Warriors without a field goal, ultimately gaining a 31-24 lead early in the third quarter.Not going away, Westhill hung close until a surge early in the final period where eight consecutive points from James Kelley inched the Warriors in front 43-42. But that may have proven a spark for the Lakers’ fast finish. Countering with an 11-3 run to take the lead for good, Cazenovia got key baskets from Alex Moesch and Patrick Linck, and found itself carrying a 53-46 advantage with less than two minutes left.Getting to the end wasn’t easy, with missed free throws in the final minute allowing Westhill to climb back within three, 57-54, before a Moesch free throw. Then, on the ensuing possession, senior Ryan Romagnoli got a big steal and, when fouled, sank the ensuing free throws.Even a Liam Sanborn 3-pointer with 3.7 seconds left could not save the Warriors as Moesch, with two more successful foul shots, sealed it.Romagnoli, who hit big outside shots throughout the night, led the Lakers with 16 points. Moesch earned 11 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter as Linck had 13 points and Ty Freyer got nine points. Kelley (19 points) and Brown (14 points) paced Westhill.Two days later, Cazenovia watched as Lowville took apart Camden 77-36, which only emphasized the challenge the Lakers faced as it tried to pull off a shocker and move on to Saturday’s semifinal at SRC Arena against Marcellus or Mount Markham. Tags: boys basketballCazenovia Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story In the course of conquering a long-term nemesis, the Cazenovia boys basketball team earned an opportunity to go after another opponent that is just as imposing.The no. 8 seed Lakers held off no. 9 seed Westhill 62-57 in Thursday night’s opening round of the Section III Class B playoffs at Buckley Gym, avenging a regular-season defeat to the Warriors and earning a likely trip to meet top seed and defending champion Lowville in next Tuesday’s quarterfinals.Both Cazenovia and Westhill had 12-8 overall records, and the Warriors had prevailed 52-48 when they went head-to-head on Dec. 23. Still, the playoff rematch was on Cazenovia’s home floor because the Lakers had more ranking points accumulated during the season.last_img read more

EUROMAT announces Jason Frost as new President

first_img Jason Frost – EUROMATThe European Gaming and Amusement Federation (EUROMAT) has confirmed the appointment of Jason Frost as its new President, serving a fixed two-year term.EUROMAT governance announced the leadership appointment at its annual general meeting, held in Berlin last week.An industry veteran, Frost takes over leadership of the industry body having previously served as President of the British Amusement Catering Trades Association (BACTA), where he grew stakeholder membership significantly.The appointment of Frost, is further accompanied by the promotion of Uwe Christiansen (German market associate) as new Vice President and the re-election of Mirjana Acimovic of JAKTA Serbia as the Federation’s Treasurer.Commenting on his election, Jason Frost said: “It’s a real privilege to serve our industry Europe-wide. Never has EUROMAT been more needed by its members.“We’re moving towards becoming a cashless society and yet this fact seems to be ignored by regulators. I’m making a call today to the European regulatory community to get round the table with us and help us to find a way forward together.“Like any other business we need to be able to offer electronic payment and payback as well as cash. It is better for business but also better for the player who will find it easier to pre-commit, setting limits on spend and time. Regulators understand the value of this in the online market and with our existing ability to monitor our players they should realise how valuable this can be for social responsibility. It’s a win-win”. Share Submit StumbleUpon Arcades denounce DCMS reclassification postponing June reopening   June 12, 2020 Share Bacta trials new measures on ‘category D’ fruit machines July 12, 2019 Bacta launches campaign to ‘re-energise British seaside communities’ June 21, 2019 Related Articleslast_img read more

Overseas-based Guyanese drowns during family outing

first_imgOverseas-based Guyanese Ravindra Bufhraj, also called “Rick,” of Lot X 7 Amla Avenue, Prashad Nagar, Georgetown, reportedly drowned on Sunday, July 15, while jet-skiing in the Demerara River in the vicinity of Coverden, East Bank Demerara.The 46-year-old had reportedly arrived in Guyana with his wife and daughter on July 7, and a family outing was subsequently planned to Santa Mission, Kamuni River, Region Three.This family, along with relatives, travelled to Jettoo’s Sawmill wharf at Block ‘Y’ Coverden, EBD on Sunday, where they joined a speed boat which took them to an Amerindian reservation. They reportedly returned at about 17:00h.Wanting some more fun, Bufhraj and a friend mounted a jet-ski and went for a ride in the Demerara River. Bufhraj reportedly lost control of the jet-ski a short while after, resulting in both men falling into the Demerara River. Upon realising what had taken place, several persons rushed to their rescue with a boat. Unfortunately, only the friend was rescued, there was no sign of the overseas-based Bufhraj.Panting for breath, the rescued man was rushed to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre, while a search was launched to find the missing Bufhraj. After several hours of looking, the search party came up empty-handed.The search continued on Monday, but up to late that evening, the body was yet to be recovered.last_img read more


first_imgThe plaque remembering the Letterkenny to Burtonport railway line.A plaque commemorating one of Donegal’s most historic railway lines and the tragic deaths of four people on it has been erected in Letterkenny.The Station House in Letterkenny received its new historical plaque from Letterkenny Community Heritage Group and marks the starting point of the old Letterkenny to Burtonport line.The memorial shows the train on the Owencarrow viaduct near Creeslough. The train came of the viaduct on the 30th of January 1925 when hit by a gale killing four passengers and badly injuring five others.The plaque is one of a number recently erected by the group which has been attracting great interest from locals and visitors to the town.They will form part of a historical walk that will be launched later in the year.Chairperson Gabriel Flood said they had erected a number of the plaques to be in time for the Letterkenny Reunion recently so returning emigrants,local people and visitors to the town can enjoy this added attraction. Among the key spots where the plaques have been erected are Tinneys House on the Port Rd where the McKinney family first made their Oatfield sweets back in 1927,The Market Square,the original spot near Speers Lane where the Hiring Fairs took place, the plaque is on the Quiet Moment wall.Sentry Hill where a sign was erected on the old boys school which will add to the existing Penal Moument and the history of the area.The A.O.H. Devlin Hall and Institute on Lower Main St and one on the Station House that dates the three Bridges at Oldtown.The Courthouse and R.I.C barracks,Old Workhouse and at the entrance to Sprackburn where the Royal Artillery Garrison were based.The group intend to add more plaques which were designed by local man Barry Mackey at other locations later in the year.Cllrs Dessie Shiels and Jimmy Kavanagh have supported the group with this adventure which will be of huge benefit to everyone with a local interest in the towns heritage.PLAQUE TO REMEMBER HISTORIC LETTERKENNY TO BURTONPORT RAILWAY LINE UNVEILED was last modified: August 31st, 2015 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:burtonportletterkennyrailway linelast_img read more