Clowney’s father denied bond on attempted murder charges

first_imgROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — The father of Houston Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has been denied bond after being charged with attempted murder in a shooting at a Rock Hill bar.A lawyer asked for bond because David Morgan was hurt in the shooting Tuesday. Local media reported that police opposed the request because of the seriousness of the charges.Morgan also was charged with possession of a weapon during a violent crime.A police report said Morgan was removed from the bar for sitting on a stage. Police said he was seen later at the back of the property before firing several rounds at Braxton Homesley. Police say Homesley returned fire.Officers picked up Morgan at Piedmont Medical Center. He was being treated for a gunshot wound to the shoulder.last_img

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Erika Jayne to Make Broadway Debut as Roxie Hart in Chicago

first_img Erika Jayne Chicago Related Shows View Comments The long-running hit revival of Chicago will welcome Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne in the role of Roxie Hart beginning on January 6, 2020. Jayne will remain with the production for a 12-week limited engagement through March 29.Chicago will mark Jayne’s Broadway debut. She is an acclaimed pop artist who has raked in nine #1s on the U.S. Billboard dance chart. On top of that, she is a New York Times bestselling author and fan-favorite star of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins, Chicago features a book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse, music by John Kander and lyrics by Ebb. The production features direction by Walter Bobbie, musical direction by Rob Fisher and choreography by Ann Reinking in the style of Fosse.Chicago is the longest-running revival on Broadway and the longest-running American musical.center_img Erika Jayne(Photo: Nikko LaMere) Star Files from $49.50last_img read more

‘What Can We Do Ourselves?’ Attitude May Save Dumfries

first_imgOver 100 people signed up to ‘The Dumfries Pledge’ in support of community development in the town and people also shared their stories of old Dumfries and contributed to the vision for a Midsteeple Quarter. Suggestions included a focus on the Whitesands as a tourist destination and entry point to the town, affordable live/work premises in the town centre to encourage new enterprises, bringing services like healthcare and education into the town centre and more of a focus on the history of the town, with Tour Guides and History Tours throughout the region. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInOver the 15th and 16th November, The Stove Network based in Dumfries, led a two-day event in the Bakers Oven on the towns High Street to talk to people about bold new plans for the town centre. Doonhamers offered the chance to buy back their High StreetMidsteeple Quarter is an innovative way to encourage people to live back in the town through a community-led company developing a section of the High Street as a live/work quarter. Over the past year The Stove has consulted with members of the community and a consensus has emerged that re-populating the town centre is a major part of any plan to bring new life back to the High Street. Matt Baker of Community Development Trust: The Stove Network, commented, “Over the last year we have noticed a real shift in attitudes – in the past people tended to look to the Council to do everything. Now the conversation has changed to ‘what can we do ourselves?’. This is a very positive change and one that has been confirmed by the number of local groups becoming part of the Midsteeple Quarter project – these include: Loreburn Community Council, Third Sector D&G, Unviversity of West of Scotland, NHS D&G, Crichton Institute, Upland, MakLab Dumfries and many more including the Council.” People’s comments and plans from the exhibition will be on show in the Stove Café from Tuesday 29th November for the town to continue to comment and get involved. The project recently received a boost at the beginning of this week with news of seed funding from The Scottish Government’s Activating Ideas Fund. This will allow the local community’s ideas to be taken to the next stage of reality and The Stove building will continue to be the information point for the project. Anyone interested in contributing or signing up to the Dumfries Pledge is encouraged to drop in or get in touch with The Stove – [email protected] The Bakers Oven became a lively project hub over the 15th and 16th November, featuring a pop up living room, discussions and workshops. It also featured the exhibition, ‘People’s Dumfries’; a collection of Dumfries inspired artworks, including models of buildings within the town by Frank Brown. The Bakers Oven also played host to in house writer and Stove Curatorial Team Member, Martin Joseph O’Neill. Through the night of the 15th November, Martin spent 12 hours writing as part of ongoing project – Midnight Moonlight Smalltown Rain. Words and thoughts appeared in real time on the windows of the Bakers Oven. Come dawn, the story was complete.last_img read more

Sterling Man Arrested In Connection With Burglary Of Vacant Home

first_imgRiss was remanded at Wildwood Pretrial Facility for Burglary 1st, Theft 2nd, Vehicle Theft 1st, Criminal Mischief 3rd and Criminal Trespass 1st.  He was held with no bail pending arraignment. Photo provided by: KSRM News Media File Anyone with further information is asked to called AST at 262-4453. AST is asking for the publics help in locating outstanding stolen property including a Makita air compressor, a Honda EU4000i generator and a Rinnai tankless water heater. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A Sterling man was arrested one day after the Alaska State Troopers received the report of a burglary of a vacant house in the Robinson Loop area of Sterling on Monday. AST located Kiefer Tell Rider Riss, age 29 of Sterling, the following day.last_img

Alaves 0-1 Espanyol: Moreno goal extends Pericos unbeaten run to six

first_img Upd. on 07/09/2017 at 15:06 CEST IN SPORT.ES That was in the 79th minute and it looked like it would earn the home side a draw, but Moreno made amends two minutes later.  After a poor start to the season, the Barcelona-based side are beginning to show signs of life and have risen to 12th in the table.  Espanyol face Leganes next at Cornella-El Prat, before travelling to Atletico Madrid and then hosting Sporting Gijon before the Catalan derby against Barcelona on Dec. 18. Gerard Moreno made up for missing a penalty by scoring the winning goal in Espanyol’s 1-0 win against Alaves on Sunday.  In a tight game in the Basque Country, Alaves may feel hard done by to have lost, but it was Espanyol who took their chance.  Moreno could have put his side in front from the penalty spot, but his effort was well saved by Fernando Pacheco after Alexis had handled in the area.  El Espanyol se rebela en Mendizorroza Quique Sanchez Flores’ side are now unbeaten in six games and have kept clean sheets in five of those matches, including credible draws against Villarreal and Athletic Club.  20/11/2016 He wriggled free from his marker to get his head on the end of a corner from the impressive Pablo Piatti.  Josep Coveslast_img read more

Barça legend Ronaldinho officially retires from football

first_imgBarcelona legend Ronaldinho has officially retired from football, his brother confirmed on Tuesday. Upd. on 17/01/2018 at 00:04 CET RELATED STORIES Philippe Coutinho: Ronaldinho has always been my idol IN SPORT.ES Ronaldinho colgará las botas tras el Mundial de Rusia 16/01/2018 “He has stopped, it is ended,” Assis said. “Let’s do something pretty big and nice [for his farewell] after the Russia World Cup, probably in August. Ronaldinho, 37, has had a long and successful career which has seen him represent Grémio, PSG, Barça, Milan, Flamengo, Atlético Mineiro, Querétaro and Fluminense.  Roberto de Assis, in comments to UOL Esporte, said that his brother will play a couple of benefit games after the World Cup to officially end his career.  “We will do various events in Brazil, Europe and Asia and, of course, we are arranging something with the Brazilian team as well.” In addition he was capped more than 100 times by Brazil, winning the World Cup in 2002. last_img read more

Petition against tower eyesore

first_imgBy ALANA MITCHELSON HARKAWAY residents have established a campaign opposing the proposed construction of a 50-metre high National Broadband Network…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img