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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has not given himself a raise. He was set to receive a raise approved by 2019 lawmakers but deferred the raise on Nov. 18.
The annual riotous boozing in the streets by thousands of Santa Clauses will not be seen in New York City this year. Organizers of the annual SantaCon pub crawl said Thursday that the event scheduled for next month has been canceled. “All of the reindeer got the ‘rona,” a post on the event’s website says, “so […]
Network Rail chairman Sir Peter Hendy will scrutinise whether train, air and road networks are ready for millions of people making festive trips.
The scores were level at 4-4 heading into the final minute, but Wigan were beaten at the death.
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Toronto Police are pushing for more information on the death of a man experiencing homelessness who investigators believe was brutally stabbed in his sleep underneath a bridge on the West Humber Trail in September.The body of 39-year-old Rampreet (Peter) Singh was found by a jogger in the area early in the morning on Sept. 7.Det. Sgt. Joel Kulmatycki, the lead investigator on the Singh homicide, gave reporters a walk-through of the scene on Friday, hoping that media coverage may prompt someone with information to come forward."Based on the investigation, both forensically and from our scene examination here, Mr. Singh was likely fast asleep in blankets and a sleeping bag and the person or persons that did this to him, it was an unprovoked attack," Kulmatycki said. "He was severely injured causing his death — the stabbing was extreme to the point where it was overkill in my view."Police have appealed for the public's help as they try to piece together exactly what had taken place but say they have come up empty-handed.Singh a 'staple in the area,' police saySingh had been living beneath the bridge for several months before the homicide, police said at the time. Investigators have looked at every video they could find of that area but have not been able to get any further information, police say.They have also conducted multiple foot patrols of the area, used drones to conduct an aerial search and also asked for assistance from the marine unit to search the Humber River for any findings.Some people who have come forward to police, he said, have described Singh as a "staple in the area."Kulmatyck also noted that while police were examining similarities between Singh's death and the stabbing of Mohamed-Aslim Zafis outside a Rexdale mosque on Sept. 12, investigators have not yet been able to connect the two killings."We were looking at similarities because they were both knife attacks, but at this point we can't establish it was the same offender," Kulmatycki said."That is why we are here today because certainly we don't want to be working with blinders on, I am not ruling it out entirely yet ."Guilherme "William" Von Neutegem, 34, was charged with first-degree murder in connection with the killing of Zafis in September. "I would ask that anybody with the smallest thing that they might have seen, whether it is a car fleeing or people on foot or a person walking away, to please contact us," Kulmatycki said.
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Despite losing their first five games and starting 3-7, the New York Giants find themselves in a surprising playoff derby in the NFC East. The Giants are in the thick of it and have already beaten divisional rivals Washington (4-7) twice, and split games with Philadelphia (3-6-1). Now they go on the road to face Cincinnati (2-7-1) on Sunday and are in position to take advantage of the Bengals' recent misfortune.
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Last week’s power outage gave the North Island a chance to shine, and if you ask those who work in emergency support services, they shone brightly. “The response was very organic, very Malcolm Island,” said Marjorie Giroux, the emergency services support worker in Sointula. People were checking in on neighbours, sharing generators. There were a few people driving around the small island with generators in their trucks to let people charge their devices for a while. Sointula had no power for almost four full days. “It was one of the longest outages in recent memory. We’ve had the occasional over-nighter but not to this extent,” Giroux said. As the hours dragged on, the crew of the Island Sun fishing boat, owned by Island Fishing, realized that frozen food would be thawing. The boat still had freezers installed from the tuna fishing season, so they opened up their hold for locals to put their frozen food into. For folks who prepare their own food for the winter, this was no small gesture. A handful of people came with labelled boxes to preserve their frozen goods. Island Sun crew member Brian Pohto expects many more would have come had the power not been restored so quickly. “I’m just glad we still had the freezers installed,” said Pohto. The freezers were for tuna fishing, and would be removed for a different fishery. The pandemic unexpectedly helped Malcolm Islanders prepare for emergencies like this. Giroux said. Earlier in the year a group of supporters combed through the phone book and made a list of people who were at high risk. They also developed a COVID buddy system, which naturally reemerged during the power outage for people to check on each other. The pandemic group had also made lots of soup to have on hand in case someone needed to self-isolate for two weeks. No one has needed to isolate like that, but the homemade food was a welcome boon for people who only had electric heat in the power outage. Giroux and Michelle Pottage, the other ESS, heated up bowls of soup and delivered them around town to people who had only had cold food for days. Over in Port Alice, the warming station was a big help for folks who were out of power for almost as long as Sointula. Village staff ran the station out of the community centre, offering coffee and hot soup — they even had meatloaf one day — and cots for people who wanted to sleep in a warm place. Offers of help flew back and forth on the community facebook pages, with some members chirping in from out of town, sending warm thoughts and reminiscing about the goodness of small towns. Do you have something to add to this story or something else we should report on? Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgZoë Ducklow, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, North Island Gazette
The shirt is owned by former England player Steve Hodge, who got it from Maradona after the match in which his attempted back pass led to the controversial goal that helped dump England out of the tournament which Argentina went on to win in Mexico. The shirt is currently on display at England's National Football Museum in Manchester.
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Venezuela's storied baseball season kicked off Friday - and an economic crisis and global pandemic will make it one for the record books. Stadiums that have long been a temporary escape from the South American country's mounting poverty and political turmoil were empty as players took their spots on the field. Players and coaches will have to undergo weekly testing to stay on the roster.
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- Angel Reese and Diamond Miller each scored 20 points, five Maryland players reached double figures and the No. 12 Terrapins broke away from Davidson after halftime for a 94-72 season-opening win on Friday at the Gulf Coast Challenge.
"The turkey ain’t the only thing in the oven this year!" the mom-to-be announced