4 Hurt in Crash Involving Richmond Ambulance Authority Rig

first_imgAbove, Richmond Ambulance Authority Facebook photo RICHMOND, Va. — Four people were reportedly hurt after a Richmond Ambulance Authority rig rolled over in a multi-vehicle crash. WRIC-TV reports the ambulance was responding to a crash with it’s lights and sirens on at the time. The two Richmond Ambulance Authority employees sufferedminor injuries. Watch the report below.last_img

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Kenai Chamber Pens Resolution Supporting Nikiski As LNG Site

first_imgThe Kenai Chamber of Commerce signed a resolution on Wednesday supporting Nikiski as the site location. The resolution was signed by Board Chairman Karl Heinz and Board Secretary Penny Furnish. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula is all hands on deck as another organization announced their support for Nikiski as the prefered site for the proposed LNG plant and marine terminal. The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, and the City of Kenai passed similar resolutions. The City of Soldotna also joined by passing one at their meeting on Wednesday. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commision is preparing the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) which will consider alternatives for multiple aspects of the project, including the location of the LNG plant and marine terminal. The resolution states: “It is the mission of the Kenai Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center (KCCVC) to promote economic development, stimulate job growth, provide initiatives to promote local businesses and foster positive relations between business and community for the benefit of Kenai.”last_img read more

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Community Foundation’s Nando’s Cup Returns For Fourth Year

first_imgThe festival, now in its fourth year, is a ten-a-side one-day festival for Under-13 and Under-14 teams and will take place on Sunday, 19th March at SGS College.The finals of the Under-14 festival will then be played during the half-time interval of Bristol Rugby’s Aviva Premiership match against Gloucester at Ashton Gate on Friday, 24th March.The day also sees a link-up between the Community Foundation and SGS College students and staff, who help to run the festival as part of their academic studies.FEAST: Bristol Rugby academy stars, from left, James Newey, John Hawkins, Elias Caven and Billy Searle at Nando’s on Park Street.Sam Williams, lecturer at SGS College said: “The Nando’s Cup is a key event for the second year Extended Diploma students from the Academic Sport department at SGS College.“We are delighted to work alongside Bristol Rugby Community Foundation to provide a great opportunity for young rugby players in Bristol and the surrounding area, as well providing our learners with invaluable vocational experience that enhances their studies.“We are immensely proud that previous learners have gone on to work for the Foundation as a direct result of this project and look forward to the partnership continuing to grow.”Rik Green, Nando’s Bristol General Manager, said: “Nando’s is proud to continue sponsoring this event, which supports festival rugby and the development of young players and teams from across the city.”Entry costs £75, with each team receiving match day tickets (15 junior, two adults) for the Bristol versus Gloucester Premiership fixture.Chief community officer, Ben Breeze said: “Bristol Rugby Community Foundation is delighted to continue its partnership with Nando’s and is looking forward to an exciting festival of rugby at SGS College.“The opportunity for some of the lads to go on and play at Ashton Gate during the half-time break is fantastic for them and will make for an enjoyable and highly competitive festival.”If you would like more information or would like to enter Nando’s Cup, please email [email protected] as soon as you can, as places are limited to 12 per age group.Note: Following the RFU competition calendar, club coaches need to ensure that any school competition fixtures take priority.last_img read more

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