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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Tyreek Langs (SCPD)Suffolk County police detectives conducting surveillance in Central Islip Thursday afternoon arrested a man for allegedly selling heroin while holding his 8-month-old baby girl in his arms, police said.The father, 23-year-old Tyreek Langs, was nabbed after he walked out of 46 Peters Boulevard at 3 p.m. with his daughter in his arms and made his way down the street where a customer was waiting, police said.Police swooped in after the alleged drug deal and made the arrest. Langs, of Central Islip, was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child.The child was released to her great grandmother, police said. Child Protective Services was also notified.Langs was held at the 4th Precinct as he awaited his arraignment Friday at First District Court in Central Islip.last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 24-year-old Wyandanch man was killed Wednesday afternoon after his bicycle collided with an ATV in his hometown, Suffolk County police said.Inoe Dejesus Padilla was riding his bike around 4:15 p.m. when he steered into the path of an all-terrain vehicle traveling east on Davidson Street which struck him, police said.Padilla and the operator of the ATV were both transported to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip. Padilla was pronounced dead at the hospital. The 26-year-old ATV operator was treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said.The ATV was impounded for a safety check, and the investigation is continuing, police said. Detectives ask anyone with information about the crash to call the First Squad at 631-854-8152.last_img read more

Will the stadium boost property prices?

September 28, 2020 | nvxeoqvi | No Comments

first_imgI am often asked about the impact major projects have on property prices in the Townsville area. I remember when the ring road was mooted. People in the Upper Ross were telling me that their properties were now worth more money. The same today with people living around the new stadium. Do property prices soar around major infrastructure developments?In the case of the ring road, we found that it didn’t really add to the sale prices for Condon, Rasmussen and Kelso but it made the suburbs more popular because there was now another access point. In real terms the Upper Ross was not necessarily any better off with the ring road unless you wanted to visit Douglas, Riverside and the army access road. The trip to the CBD was still the same distance, you simply had another route to get there. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020But there was a perception that the new ring road would bring prosperity to the Upper Ross. The whole neighbourhood was buzzing with the news of its arrival. Some people even bought property in the Upper Ross hoping that once the ring road was opened their property would increase significantly. It did not happen.The new stadium had, and still has, the people of South Townsville and Railway Estate excitedly talking up a storm. And now that construction has begun the site is buzzing with energy. But we still don’t see it as the silver bullet for house prices. I am confident that some buyers and sellers may have benefitted by the announcement and subsequent construction, but it is my opinion that it has made the area more desirable to live in which will drive buyer interest. But when it comes to infrastructure there is rarely, if ever, one single thing that leads to a recovery for the city. It is almost always a combination of multiple projects coming together at the same time that instils confidence in buyers and the business community. Projects such as Adani, the dual pipeline to the Burdekin, the Singapore Army interest in Townsville, the possible reopening of Queensland Nickel, the new Stadium, the solar farm at Kelso and the extensions to the Townsville port, to name just a few, will all help grow the confidence of our local area and this will attract investment to the commercial and residential sector. When people feel good they spend money and that applies to buying an ice-cream a new car right through to a new property. Let’s hope the projects online for our great city all materialise and put Townsville back on the winner’s podium where it deserves to be and will be in the future. Opinion is divided over whether the North Queensland Stadium will help increase property prices. REIQ Townsville Zone chairman Wayne Nicholson weighs in. North Queensland Stadium under construction in September 2018 Townsvillelast_img read more

Kinnear defends work done on deals

September 21, 2020 | kzmwuuff | No Comments

first_img The Magpies are yet to make a summer signing except for teenager Olivier Kemen from Metz, with the start of the new Barclays Premier League season just two weeks away. Kinnear is at the forefront of player acquisition following his appointment by owner Mike Ashley in June. “I’m well aware that everyone is concerned (about the lack of transfers) and rightly so, but I’m not dragging my heels in any manner,” he added. “I’m being sensible about the budget I have got and am going to spend it as wisely as I can – I keep (manager) Alan (Pardew) well informed and have regular meetings. “We sit down on a regular basis and talk about the type of players we want, the best type of players for the Newcastle fans.” Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis is believed to be close to a move to St James’ Park but a deal is yet to be announced and Kinnear admits it is becoming difficult to land transfer targets. “We are fighting hard,” he told Sky Sports News. “There are two or three of us (clubs) all seemingly to be wrapped around the same players and, as I have said to Mike, it is a serious battle that we need to win and we are very close to achieving that. “There are always extra add-ons, always an extra thing and always an extra problem and then there is always the problem of competition from other teams. “Whatever I have offered more or less goes public and of course that alerts other people that are interested, they tweak it and add a little bit more and we are in that sort of war at the moment. “I’m waiting for a nod, on which the goalposts have moved on numerous occasions, to bring in a couple of strikers.” Newcastle finished 16th last season and Kinnear’s appointment to work alongside Pardew was met by widespread criticism among the club’s supporters. The former Republic of Ireland international had an ill-fated spell in charge of the club in the 2008-09 season before his surprise return this summer. Newcastle director of football Joe Kinnear has said the club are fighting hard to add players to their squad and that he has not been dragging his heels in the transfer market.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more