Journal directory errors corrected

first_img Journal directory errors corrected A number of corrections to the 2005 Bar Journal directory have been noted to the editorial staff. To set the record straight: Jerry Zaslow ’s correct address is100 N. 17th St., 15th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (p. 592). William C. Ballard ’s correct e-mail address is [email protected] His fax number is (727) 822-1633 (p. 57). Stuart H. Altman ’s correct phone number is (305) 789-9200. His fax number is (305) 789-9201 (p. 43). H. Hamilton Rice, Jr. ’s correct phone number is (941) 748-7076 (p. 450). Emil Peter Iaconis ’ phone number is (954) 785-1790 (p. 274). James D. McDonald ’s correct fax number is (941) 492-9304 (p. 363). Journal directory errors corrected February 1, 2006 Regular Newslast_img read more

UPDATE: One man nursing gunshot wound at hospital

first_img Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews UPDATE: One man nursing gunshot wound at hospital by: – July 13, 2011center_img Photo credit: streetdigest.comPolice Public Relations Officer, Inspector Claude Weekes has confirmed a shooting incident at one of the Primary Schools in the Roseau catchment area yesterday afternoon.“One man is being pursued by the police in relation to a shooting incident which occurred at a primary school in the Roseau Catchment area sometime between 2:30 and 2:45 pm yesterday” he said.Two allegations are being made; one that there was an incident in the bathroom at one of the primary schools in the Roseau area involving the shooting victim and that the same victim attacked a senior police officer who had to defend himself.Inspector Weekes who could not provide further details due to the nature of the incident says security and safety of our children is a concern for the police.“Security has to be of grave concern at our schools because when parents send their children to school they expect their children to be safe in an environment which is conducive to learning. Presently there are some schools with security officers in place and one can only hope that they are efficient. However the police will continue to work with the schools and community in ensuring the safety of our children” he said.Due to the fact that the incident involves a minor and the sensitivity of the allegations, Dominica Vibes News is unable to provide further details at this time.Dominica Vibes News Share 12 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

Clemson moving on without starting wide receiver; Addazio wants ‘hard-nosed’ practices

first_img Published on September 19, 2013 at 12:48 am Contact David: [email protected] | @DBWilson2 Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd lost one of his favorite targets last week when Charone Peake tore his ACL in practice last Wednesday.The junior wide receiver, who’s made four career starts, had eight receptions for 84 yards in 2013. No. 3 Clemson is now down to just six scholarship wide receivers.“That’s a tough loss,” Tiger head coach Dabo Swinney said during the Atlantic Coast Conference teleconference on Wednesday. “We felt he was poised for a great year and is a great talent.”Clemson will play its first game without Peake on Thursday when the Tigers travel to Raleigh, N.C., to face North Carolina State.Swinney suggested Adam Humphries and freshman Gerome Hopper as wide receivers who could help fill the void left with Peake’s injury. Either way, the coach won’t change up the offense.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We definitely want to run the football, but losing Charone doesn’t affect us as far as how we call the plays,” Swinney said. “With the guys that we have at tight end and receiver, we feel good about our ability to throw the football.”Addazio wants ‘hard-nosed’ practicesBoston College head coach Steve Addazio harnessed his inner Scott Shafer during the ACC coaches’ teleconference.The Eagles are off this weekend, but play No. 8 Florida State on Sept. 28, so one reporter asked Addazio how he would prepare his team this week.His response sounded like one Shafer could be using next week.Said Addazio: “We’re going to use this bye week to try to get a jump start. We started today. We’ll be working tomorrow, and then Friday is like a game week Tuesday for us. We wanted to have a really good physical, hard-nosed, first-second down, full padded, go-get-it deal on Friday, so that puts us one day up.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Channing Frye: Lakers are ‘appealing place’ for free agents like LeBron James, Paul George

first_imgCaldwell-Pope emerged as the team’s best bowler, although that wasn’t much of a surprise. He said he tries to go every weekend with his 5-year-old son, Kenzo.“I’m thinking about getting my own shoes and my own ball,” the starting shooting guard said.Of course, where there is competition there is ribbing.“My team won,” Walton said. He said Caldwell-Pope was the most impressive on the lanes but “faded in the finals” and that among the rookies, “Kuz was better than Zo.”FULL HOUSEFor a few hours Tuesday, the highest concentration of NBA players anywhere in the world was in a luxury hotel on Canal Street.The Lakers, Dallas Mavericks and Indiana Pacers were all staying in New Orleans, adjacent to the French Quarter, for games against the Pelicans.“We checked in and Dennis Smith Jr. was downstairs getting ready to go to the arena,” Walton said, “and throughout the day you see the coaches.”The Pelicans were originally scheduled to face the Mavericks on Tuesday and the Lakers on Thursday with an off-day in between. However, a leaky roof in Smoothie King Center on Feb. 7 led to a scheduled make-up game with the Pacers wedged in between.ALSOIngram did not practice and was ruled out for Thursday. … Josh Hart continues to rehab his broken hand, and is meeting daily with a physical therapist specializing in hands. And yes, if his former teammate James is the target, Frye will happily make a phone call.“I’ll make a call to Jesus if I have to,” Frye said, “if that’s going to help get a win.”For now, Frye will be focused on helping the team win on the court. He is eager to get back on the floor.“I’m happy to just be back,” he said, “actually not working out with myself anymore. It’s one of those things, today I feel good, tomorrow I’ll be really sore. … But conditioning’s a factor and just kind of getting a rhythm and figuring out plays and where I fit in.”How Frye feels on Thursday morning will determine his availability against the Pelicans.“We’ll see how he reacts to practicing,” Coach Luke Walton said. “As long as he continues to feel good, I’ll have a talk with him in the morning. We’ll see how he feels.”PINS AND NEEDLINGThe Lakers did not practice Tuesday when they arrived in New Orleans, instead loading onto buses and going bowling.It was the kind of activity that has become common on the road for the Lakers, whether going to an “escape room” in Milwaukee or attending “Hamilton” on Broadway.“It’s just great team bonding,” Kentavious Caldwell-Pope said. “Everybody’s having fun … laughing, joking and a little competition which is good. It’s good for the chemistry off the court, and maybe on the court.”Related Articles AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersIn two months since being traded from Cleveland, Frye has found all of those qualities in the Lakers, with a popular coach and an exciting young core of Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram.“I think you’re going to see a lot of guys this summer who want to play with Lonzo and Kuz and Brandon and guys that they have here and just build from that,” Frye said. “This is a pretty appealing place. It doesn’t hurt that it’s the Lakers and that these young guys are some of the best young guys in the NBA.”Frye has not played since Feb. 14, less than a week after being traded. An appendectomy over the All-Star break has sidelined him since, although he returned to practice Wednesday and could be available against the Pelicans on Thursday.With just 12 games remaining in the regular season, Frye said he wants to see where he “could fit in for the future.” If it’s with the Lakers, he also can envision himself serving as a bit of a matchmaker.“I think a lot of vets are going to ask me how it is,” Frye said. “They’re going to ask I.T. (Isaiah Thomas) how it is.” Lakers want Lonzo Ball to be more aggressive on offense center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error NEW ORLEANS — It has been three years since Channing Frye’s season ended without a trip to the playoffs. With the Lakers well out of the postseason chase, the 34-year-old veteran forward has started thinking about how he will utilize his extra time come April.“This has been the first time that I’ve had a while to really work on some things,” he said. A pending free agent, Frye said he plans to attack the offseason “like I’m 22 again,” getting in great shape but also taking some time to consider what’s next.Where will be next?Unlike top free-agent targets LeBron James and Paul George, Frye is not expecting to be flooded with maximum contract offers July 1. He is, however, looking for many of the same things in free agency that elite stars like James and George want – stability, culture, a chance to win.last_img read more