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Officials Charge 57 with Rioting, Looting Felonies at Tampa Protests

first_imgProsecutors in the Tampa area have charged 57 people with rioting and looting that occurred just after George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody sparked nationwide protests, officials announced on Friday.Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren said in a statement that charges have been filed against dozens of people for allegedly ransacking stores, causing destruction and fighting with police officers in Tampa. The riots began on the night of May 30, less than a week after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota on Memorial Day.“These 57 people should not be confused with the large number of peaceful protesters in our community,” Warren said. “The defendants we’ve charged took advantage of the pain in our community and tried to turn it into a quick buck or set out to cause chaos. None of us will stand for that.”While most of the alleged offenses occurred more than a month ago, Warren explained that filing charges take time because prosecutors need to fully review all of the evidence for each case.The Hillsborough State Attorney’s Office has declined to prosecute peaceful protesters, although Warren added that the 57 people accused of felony crimes could face anywhere from five years to life in prison.The businesses that were affected include jewelry stores, clothing stores and convenience stores.last_img read more

Girls’ soccer roundup

first_img Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. hbowden@ellsworthamerican.com GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all)center_img Latest Posts Bio ELLSWORTH — This early in the season, Eastern Maine soccer rankings give only a glimpse of what one may expect from a favorite team over the next several weeks.But in the first week of girls’ standings, published by the Maine Principals’ Association, the Mount Desert Island Trojans sit in third place in Class B with a 2-1-0 record while the 0-3-0 Ellsworth Eagles are among six winless teams at the bottom of the standings.In Class C, the 2-1-0 George Stevens Academy Eagles are ranked fifth, the 1-2-1 Bucksport Golden Bucks seventh and the 2-2-0 Sumner Tigers 10th.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe 2-2-0 Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners are placed eighth in the Class D ranks.In action this week:Sumner 1, Bangor Christian 0Katrina Hayward provided the only goal, scoring early in the second half to lift the Tigers to a 1-0 win over the Bangor Christian Patriots on Wednesday, Sept. 10, in Sullivan.The Tiger defense limited the Patriots to just five shots on goal, with goalkeeper Jordan Merchant making three stops.Sierra McDonald had five saves on 13 shots in goal for the Patriots.GSA 4, DI-Stonington 1The GSA Eagles rolled to a 4-1 win over the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners on Wednesday, Sept. 10, in Blue Hill.MDI 4, Old Town 1Three goals by Opal Curless and another by Darcy Kanu boosted the Trojans to a 4-1 win over the Old Town Coyotes on Wednesday, Sept. 10, in Old Town.Lauren Martin had the lone goal for the Coyotes.Orono 9, Bucksport 0The Orono Red Riots blasted the nets for nine unanswered goals in a shutout over the Golden Bucks on Wednesday, Sept. 10, in Bucksport.Brinsley Chasse led the way with three goals and Becky Lopez-Anido had a pair for the Red Riots.Hermon 8, Ellsworth 0The Eagles were unable to muster any significant offense in an 8-0 loss to the Hermon Hawks on Thursday in Hermon.The Hawks got three goals from Claire Peterson and Alex Allain had two.Goalkeeper Callie Hammer had 16 saves on 24 shots for Ellsworth, and Hailey Perry made three saves for the Hawks.Bucksport 3, Sumner 2The Golden Bucks notched their first win of the season on Friday as they edged the Sumner Tigers 3-2 in Sullivan.Eliza Hosford scored twice for the Bucks and Hailey Betts added a goal.For the Tigers, Casco Haley and Taylor Merchant each scored.In goal, Bree Coombs made four saves on six shots for Bucksport and Jordan Merchant had four stops on seven shots for the Tigers.John Bapst 4, Ellsworth 1The Eagles lost their third consecutive game as the John Bapst Crusaders prevailed 4-1 on Saturday at the University of Maine in Orono.Schenck 2, DI-Stonington 1The Mariners saw their record evened at 2-2 on Saturday as the Schenck Wolverines eked out a 2-1 win in Deer Isle.Presque Isle 2, MDI 1Goals by Jodie Lagassie and Emily Wheaton lifted the Presque Isle Wildcats to a 2-1 win over the Trojans on Saturday in Presque Isle.Opal Curless had the lone goal for MDI on an assist from Maeve Geary.Jillian Flynn made 15 saves on 17 shots in goal for the Wildcats, and Keely McConomy had 13 saves on 17 shots for the Trojans.MDI 4, John Bapst 1The Trojans rebounded from Saturday’s loss to down the John Bapst Crusaders 4-1 on Monday in Bangor.“The girls were really tired after a weekend game took them to Aroostook County,” said coach Tom Savage. “They started off the game dragging. They fought through and won, but it wasn’t easy.”Junior Opal Curless, who has six of MDI’s nine goals so far, scoring once in the first half and again in the opening minutes of the second half.The Crusaders scored quickly after that, cutting the MDI lead to 2-1.But senior midfielder Maeve Geary gave the Trojans a cushion goal on an assist from Curless, and Curless added the final goal after a foul pulled the John Bapst goalkeeper from the game.last_img read more

Bangor, Washington Academy among state soccer champions

first_imgBelow are winners from Saturday’s state championship soccer games.BoysClass A: (2N) Bangor 2, (1S) Gorham 1Class B: (2S) Yarmouth 5, (2N) Winslow 2Class C: (2N) Washington Academy 5, (1S) Monmouth 1Class D: (2N) Bangor Christian 4, (6S) Greenville 1GirlsClass A: (2N) Camden Hills 1, (1S) Gorham 0Class B: (1S) Yarmouth 3, (2N) Waterville 1Class C: (1N) Orono 2, (5S) Waynflete 0Class D: (1N) Ashland 2, (1S) Richmond 1This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img

Easy Recipes for Busy Students

first_imgINGREDIENTS24 Oreos, chopped1/4 cup butter, melted1/3 cup flour 1/2 cup chocolate chips 1 yellow cake mix DIRECTIONSMix half of batter of cake mix into Bundt pan.Mix Oreos, butter, chocolate chips and flour. Sprinkle 2 cups of the Oreo mixture on the batter.Cover over with the remaining cake batter. Top with remaining Oreo mixture, pressing gently.Bake one hour at 350 degrees. Cool and cover with powdered sugar icing (milk, powdered sugar, vanilla). INGREDIENTS1/2 cup oil 1/2 cup sugar2 eggs, beaten 1 1/2 tsp baking soda1 tsp salt1 cup milk3 cups uncooked oatmealDIRECTIONSCombine all ingredients.Pour into 9×9 pan and bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes. Serve with warm milk, sugar and cinnamon, or cool and cut into bars. INGREDIENTS2 cans creamed sweet corn2 cubes chicken stock1 bowl of shredded leftover cooked chicken1 egg1 Tbsp cornstarch Salt and pepper DIRECTIONSDissolve chicken stock in mug of hot water and add to medium large pot.Add 3 more mugs of water and bring to boil.Pour in sweet corn and stir; bring to boil. Lower heat and add chicken and egg; stir. Season with salt and pepper. Dissolve cornstarch in cold water and add to soup (if soup is thin, add more cornstarch. If thick, add more water). Stir and serve. For the sweet tooth… BANANA BREAD ROASTED BROCCOLI For lunch or dinner… POTATO AND SAUSAGE FRITTATA CREAMY CHICKEN AND SWEET CORN SOUP INGREDIENTS3-4 lb pork tenderloin3/4 cup soy sauce3 Tbsp brown sugar1 tsp ground cumin1 Tbsp garlic, minced1 bunch cilantro DIRECTIONSCombine soy sauce, sugar, cumin and garlic in Ziploc bag.Rinse and dry meat, add to bag and marinate for at least 30 minutes.Bake at 425 degrees for 20 minutes. Scatter cilantro over serving plate and top with cooked pork. TURKEY AND TOMATO PASTA OREO RIPPLE CAKE PORK TENDERLOIN center_img INGREDIENTS1 lb mild sausage, crumbled1/2 cup diced peppersHash browns to cover bottom of pan 6 eggs, beaten 1/2 cup shredded parmesan cheese 1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheeseSalt and black pepper DIRECTIONSCook sausage on medium heat until pink is gone. Add diced peppers, cook for five minutes and drain. In medium nonstick sauté pan, spread sausage in bottom of pan and scatter hash browns evenly over the sausage. In bowl, combine eggs, cheese, salt and pepper and pour the mixture over the sausage. Bake in oven for 15-18 minutes on 350 degrees until center of frittata is set. INGREDIENTS2 eggs2 cups buttermilk1/4 cup oil1 3/4 cup flour2 Tbsp sugar2 tsps baking powder1 tsp baking soda1 tsp saltDIRECTIONSBeat all ingredients together.Pour and cook in lightly greased frying pan at medium low heat.Pancakes are done when light brown in color and no bubbles. BUTTERMILK PANCAKES INGREDIENTS1/2 cup butter1 1/2 cups sugar2 eggs 2 cups flour1 tsp vanilla 1/2 tsp salt1/2 tsp baking soda1/4 cup milk1 cup mashed, ripe bananas DIRECTIONSCream together butter and sugar. Add eggs and vanilla; beat until fluffy. Add dry ingredients alternately with milk and mashed bananas. Pour into greased and floured pan. For loaf, bake about 50-60 minutes; for muffins, bake 35 minutes. Check out the following quick homemade recipes that require few ingredients and get your school year off to a good start. For the breakfast lover… BAKED OATMEAL INGREDIENTS3 cans whole tomatoes, chopped, undrained 1 cup cubed cooked turkey (or 2-3 chicken breasts) 2 tsp chili powder 1/2 tsp garlic powder1 pkg uncooked spiral pasta DIRECTIONSMix together tomatoes, turkey, chili powder and garlic powder in slow cooker.Turn on high and let mixture heat through for 60 to 90 minutes. Stir in uncooked pasta; cook for additional 30 to 60 minutes. INGREDIENTSBroccoli Olive oilSalt Pepper Minced garlic DIRECTIONSChop broccoli into bite-sized pieces.Coat with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic. Spread on sheet pan. Roast at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until broccoli edges are brown. Many of the recipes have more than enough servings for you to store and heat up later for an easy, quick meal. Let us know your favorite recipes – happy eating! Welcome back to school. Those of us who no longer have unlimited meal swipes are facing the grim reality of finding cheap and easy food ourselves. Between busy schoolwork, extracurriculars and work, many of us will revert to instant noodles and microwave meals. While these may be easy, they are typically unhealthy and full of harmful ingredients. Don’t sacrifice your well-being for laziness. last_img read more

Tipp hurlers win latest outing

first_imgFour minutes later substitute John McGrath scored the game’s only goal after being set up by Conor Kenny.Liam McGrath, who was also sprung from the bench, made a positive imprint on the scoreboard too – he scored 0-6, 0-2 of which came from frees.Tipp open their league campaign on February 13th against Dublin at Semple Stadium. Michael Ryan’s side defeated Laois 1-31 to 0-17 in a challenge match played at Dr Morris Park in ThurlesThe Leinster county, who had a strong wind in their favour in the first-half, led 0-14 to 0-6 at the break.However, Tipp, who made 13 changes during the interval, stormed back in the second period and drew level with eight unanswered points by the 47th minute.last_img read more

OBITUARY: Father of Maxwell Konadu to be buried at Nkoranza

first_imgAssistant coach of the Black Stars, Maxwell Konadu will bury his father on February 22, (Saturday ) in their home town of Nkoranza in the Brong Ahafo Region.Konadu Snr passed away in October 2013 after a protracted illness. He was 101years old.Many top dignitaries from the football fraternity are expected to troop to Brong Ahafo region to show their last respect to the ‘old man’ and to sympathise with the Black Stars assistant coach who recently guided the Local Black Stars to clinch silver at the 2014 CHAN tournament held in South Africa.last_img read more

MLBPA fires back at commissioner Rob Manfred’s payroll comments

first_imgThat appeared to most rile the players union. However, in his remarks to reporters Sunday, Manfred also said that MLB will use a pitch clock during spring training games. “Commissioner Manfred’s latest comments and his attempts to shift blame and distract from the main issues are unconstructive and misleading at best. Players’ eyes don’t deceive them, nor do fans’. … We’re operating in an environment in which an increasing number of clubs appear to be making little effort to improve their rosters, compete for a championship or justify the price of a ticket.”Statement from Executive Director Tony Clark: https://t.co/RS6Mvcx7Md pic.twitter.com/1uWDYa9pdI— MLBPA Communications (@MLBPA_News) February 18, 2019MLB has been criticized as multiple top-level free agents remain unsigned into mid-February, including stars Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. The Red Sox tallied 108 victories and won the World Series with MLB’s highest payroll last season. Related News Even that was met with some skepticism by Clark, though it was veiled in the context of player movement and pay:“Players have made a sincere attempt to engage with Clubs on their proposals to improve pace of play and enhance the game’s appeal to fans. At the same time, we have presented wide-ranging ideas that value substance over second and ensure the best players are on the field every day.”Manfred is scheduled to speak to reporters again Tuesday as part MLB’s Spring Training Media Day in Arizona. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred’s on Sunday said he rejects “the notion that (a team’s) payroll is a good measure” to determine that team’s effort or predict success.On Monday, the players union — in the context of another particularly slow-moving free-agent offseason — fired back with a statement by MLBPA executive director Tony Clark, who wrote, in part: MLB commissioner Rob Manfred addresses pitch clock, payroll concernslast_img read more

Mirza Basić in the Second Round of ATP Challenger in San Marino

first_imgB&H tennis player Mirza Basić is qualified for the second round of the ATP Challenger tournament in San Marino, which has a value of 64.000 euros. The 22 year old from Sarajevo in the first round won against Stefano Travaglija from Italy with the results 7:6 (7/4), 4:6, 6:3. For the placement in the quarterfinals, Basić will play against French player, Guillaum Rufin.At the tournament in San Marino will perform even Aldin Šetkić, who in the first round plays with the Italian Alessijo Di Mauro.(Source:Fena)last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Wednesday, July 13, 2016

first_imgWellington Police Notes: Wednesday, July 13, 2016•12:24 a.m. Officers investigated a domestic battery in the 1100 E. Harvey, Wellington by a known suspect.•1:06 a.m. Daniel R. Palmer, 29, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with domestic battery.•5:16 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of a bicycle in the 800 block N. Blaine, Wellington.•6:40 a.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to a vehicle window in the 600 block S. Jefferson, Wellington.•10:12 a.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 1100 block N. A, Wellington.•10:20 a.m. Non-Injury, private property accident in the area of Grandview Road, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Bryan A. Stewart, 48, Wellington and a fixed object/fence post.•10:47 a.m. Officers investigated a battery in the 800 block N. Jefferson, Wellington by known suspect.•7:19 p.m. Officers assisted an outside agency in the 200 block N. A, Wellington.•7:37 p.m. Officers took a report of found bicycles in the 1000 block W. 8th, Wellington.last_img read more

Russell stars but Thunder lose again

first_imgSYDNEY, Australia (CMC):Not even a fine all-round effort from West Indies star Andre Russell was enough to save Sydney Thunder from crashing to a 30-run defeat to Perth Scorchers, in the Australian Big Bash here yesterday.Chasing 176 for victory at the Sydney Showground Stadium, Thunder slumped to 17 for two in the third over before crawling to 145 for nine off their 20 overs.The 27-year-old Russell unfurled a whirlwind 42 off 20 deliveries with five sixes but wickets continued to fall as Thunder slid to their third straight loss, leaving them fourth in the BBL standings.With their victory, Scorchers moved to the top of the standings on eight points along with Adelaide Strikers but with a superior net run rate.Sent in, Scorchers recovered from a position of one run for two wickets in the second over to rally to 175 for five off 20 overs.The revival came through Cameron Bancroft who struck 72 off 53 balls in anchoring two key stands. He first put on 63 for the third wicket with Shaun Marsh, who hit 28 from 22 balls and a further 105 for the third wicket with Ashton Agar, who blasted 68 off 34 deliveries.Pacer Russell, who knocked over Michael Klinger with the third ball of the game without a run on the board, returned to claim Bancroft in the penultimate over and end with two for 31 from four overs.In reply, Thunder lost South African Jacques Kallis (7) and Aiden Blizzard (7) cheaply to left-arm seamer Jason Behrendorff before Russell came to their rescue with his cameo.RUNRATEHis first nine deliveries yielded eight runs without a single boundary, but with the required run rate jumping to 13 at the end of the 11th over, Russell launched an all-out assault.He twice cleared the ropes with left-arm spinner Brad Hogg in the 12th over, which went for 16 runs, and then smashed leg-side sixes off English left-arm seamer David Willey in the next over, which also cost 16 runs.It took the return Behrendorff and a stunning catch from Joel Paris at fine leg to account for Russell in the 14th over with the score on 97 for five.Once he departed, the innings lost momentum, with four more wickets falling for the addition of just 40 runs.last_img read more