Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An 11-year-old boy was charged with juvenile delinquency for allegedly bringing an unloaded handgun to the Tangier Smith Elementary School in Mastic Beach on Wednesday, Suffolk County police and school officials said.A fellow student who discovered the non-functional firearm at dismissal told a teacher and police were then called to the scene, authorities and school officials said. The student, whose identity was not released because of his age, brought the gun to school in his backpack, police said.“At no point were students and staff in danger,” the William Floyd School District officials said in a statement on the district’s website.The boy was released to the custody of his parents. He will also face disciplinary actions, but school officials noted that federal law prohibits them from releasing exactly what those actions will be.The boy’s father—whose name was also not released to protect the child’s identity—was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and endangering the welfare of a child.Both ware scheduled to appear at Suffolk County court at a later date.Seventh Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.
Alex Gersh returns to betting as Sportradar CFO July 13, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 FTSE listed betting group Paddy Power Betfair Plc (PPB) has announced that it has partnered with industry workplace diversity program ‘All-in Diversity Project’, as the company seeks to lead the sector in employee equality and inclusion directives.The All-in Diversity Project is an industry-driven, not-for-profit initiative which aims to deliver new benchmark and best practices for diversity in the global betting and gaming sectors.A key industry initiative for All-in Diversity Project, will see the program become a primary resource for all data relating to diversity and inclusion across the sector. The All-in Diversity Project aims to measure and facilitate an open and objective discussion about diversity across the entire industry on a global scaleKelly KehnKelly Kehn, Co-Founder of the All-in Diversity Project, says: “We established the All-in Diversity Project because we believe the industry itself has a role to play in improving how we do business. We believe the best way to push the industry forward, is to create the tool for all businesses globally to use in benchmarking their own diversity initiatives.”As a founding partner PPB leadership states that it help All-in Diversity, reach its project goals promoting higher standards for diversity across the betting sectorChristina Thakor-Rankin“In March 2017, we launched our first D&I group – Fair Game – the objectives of Fair Game are to promote a diverse and inclusive workforce,” says Sally Cairns, Chief People Officer at Paddy Power Betfair. “We believe that the business case for a more inclusive culture goes far beyond the bottom line. We believe that teams with a range of rich and diverse perspectives increase their performance ability when it comes to problem solving, innovation and decision making which produce better products for customers.”While gender diversity is a hot topic for many sectors right now, according to fellow Co-Founder Christina Thakor-Rankin: “The All-In Diversity project is not about pushing quotas or agendas. It’s about acknowledging that the expectations and aspirations of the next generation of employees and customers is very different to ours, and understanding that if this industry is to be able to attract and retain the employees and customers of the future it needs to start making changes now.” Submit Share AIDP adds two new global advisors August 12, 2020
Wellington Police notes for Monday, March 24, 2014:â€¢1:53 a.m. Michael D. Hochevar, 30, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with criminal carrying of a weapon in the 800 block E. 1st, Wellington.â€¢3:49 a.m. Glenda L. Miller, 49, Oklahoma City, Okla. was arrested, charged and confined with driving while license is suspended, driving under the influence of alcohol and unlawful acts.â€¢8:33 a.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite by a known owner in the 2000 block E. 7th, Wellington.â€¢8:38 a.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 200 block N. Washington, Wellington.â€¢6:11 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of appliances in the 600 block S. Washington, Wellington.â€¢8:04 p.m. Officers took a report of a child In need of care in the 1300 N. A, Wellington.â€¢11:50 p.m. Jessica J. Shelinbarger, 22, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with defective headlamp.
Aston Villa caretaker manager Eric Black Aston Villa caretaker manager Eric Black remains uncertain about his future at Villa Park, despite there being just two games of the Premier League season remaining.Black took over from Remi Garde in March and, managing to lose all of his five games in charge, the Midlands side were relegated from the top flight on his watch three weeks ago.The 52-year-old was told he would be in the role until the end of the season, which is now just Saturday’s home game against Newcastle and the trip to Arsenal on the final day of the campaign.Nigel Pearson and David Moyes have been linked as possible long-term replacements for Garde but Black admits he remains in the dark about what might be next for him.Asked what next after the game at the Emirates on May 15, the Scot said: “I am going home!“I have been asked to take it to the end of the season and then I will go on holiday like everybody else.“I don’t know the ins and outs and details. There is an awful lot going on at the moment with regards to new ownership but the priority will be the new manager and that is not a problem for me.”Asked about plans for next season and pre-season preparations, he added: “Again, it’s not my responsibility. I’ve been asked to take the team until the end of the season. I’m sure there are other people for that.“Obviously the priority at this moment in time is getting a new owner and then possibly a new manager.“I don’t know what would be first in that regard and it would be then they will decide things in terms of the squad going forward and anything else around that.“What might happen in the summer when the players come back I think is something that is very typical to a manager coming in. He will want a certain type of pre-season and a certain type of games.“He will want to go to a certain place he is comfortable with and where he believes he can get the best out of the players.“That will be organised, I would imagine, when the manager comes in.” 1