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first_imgHome NewsWatch Local News Mercer County Holds Annual Vietnam Veteran Recognition Day Twitter Previous PostAppalachian Power Is Working To Restore Power Facebook Terell Bailey Bio Coming Soon Tumblr Pinterest Mercer County., WV (WOAY) – Vietnam Veterans from throughout the area came together to celebrate the 5th annual Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day.Vietnam Veterans from the Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard cane together to attend a ceremony honoring their chivalry and accomplishments from the war.During the ceremony Veterans also paid their respect to the members and their families who lives were lost during the war.Vietnam War Vet Widow Marie Blackwell adds, “We felt that this would be a way for my husband because he was a Vietnam Vet he was never welcomed home properly and we just felt having this recognition day was a great day to welcome home our Vietnam Veterans.”Many speakers graced the stage to share a few kind words with the veterans about their appreciation for what they did.The keynote speaker for this years ceremony was none other than Congressman Evan Jenkins.Jenkins gave a moving speech and even adding that many people don’t truly know what Veterans need after their time in the service.Jenkins told Newswatch, “We need to make sure that they (Veterans) get the very best healthcare. He continued, “We should not have the system not honoring the exposures that they had and the resulting of diseases we need to make sure that we take care of our vets.”Also during the ceremony it was mentioned that finally our Vietnam Veterans are receiving the credit they deserve. “Finally the men and women that made their sacrifices and for those that didn’t come back you now it’s just something we want people to know about,” Roger Carroll adds.The Mercer County Vietnam Veterans would like the community to know that this event was not only for Vietnam Vets but for all veterans.center_img Next PostThree Car Crash Involving A Tractor-Trailer On I-77 In Beckley With Entrapment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Mail Google+ Local NewsNewsWatchTop Stories Mercer County Holds Annual Vietnam Veteran Recognition Day By Terell BaileyMar 25, 2018, 18:47 pm 496 0 Linkedinlast_img read more

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first_img Linkedin RALEIGH COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – A new report from the Beckley-Raleigh County Health Department is showing a rise in Hepatitis A cases across the county.According to the Health Department, there is now 74 cases of Hepatitis A confirmed.  This is nearly double the cases since October 31, 2018.Right now, only one restaurant, Cheddar’s in Beckley has confirmed one case.Stay with WOAY NewsWatch for more updates on this developing story.Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus. The virus is one of several types of hepatitis viruses that cause inflammation and affect your liver’s ability to function.You’re most likely to get hepatitis A from contaminated food or water or from close contact with a person or object that’s infected. Mild cases of hepatitis A don’t require treatment. Most people who are infected recover completely with no permanent liver damage.Practicing good hygiene, including washing hands frequently, is one of the best ways to protect against hepatitis A. Vaccines are available for people most at risk.Hepatitis A signs and symptoms typically don’t appear until you’ve had the virus for a few weeks. But not everyone with hepatitis A develops them. If you do, hepatitis signs and symptoms can include:FatigueSudden nausea and vomitingAbdominal pain or discomfort, especially on the upper right side beneath your lower ribs (by your liver)Clay-colored bowel movementsLoss of appetiteLow-grade feverDark urineJoint painYellowing of the skin and the whites of your eyes (jaundice)Intense itching Previous PostSpace heater safety treated as a priority as winter approaches Home NewsWatch Featured Hep A Cases Have Doubled In Two Weeks In Raleigh County Mail Tumblr Tyler Barker Tyler Barker is currently the Interim News Director and Digital Content Manager for WOAY-TV. I was promoted to this job in Mid-November. I still will fill in on weather from time to time. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter @wxtylerb. Have any news tips or weather questions? Email me at tbarker@woay.com Facebook Pinterest Google+ FeaturedHealthNewsWatch Hep A Cases Have Doubled In Two Weeks In Raleigh County By Tyler BarkerNov 14, 2018, 18:05 pm 1307 0 Twitter Next PostWVU Tech partners with Chick-Fil-A for Day of Givinglast_img read more

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first_img Local NewsNewsWatchTop Stories Driver hits power pole in Fayette County, transported to hospital By Tyler BarkerDec 28, 2018, 05:39 am 841 0 OAK HILL, WV (WOAY)- One person is in the hospital after driving in Fayette County and striking a power pole.Dispatch tells NewsWatch it got a call round 8:30 p.m. Thursday that a car was driving on Gatewood Road in Oak Hill when it hit a power pole.Oak Hill Fire Department and Oak Hill Police Department arrived at the scene. Jan Care transported the driver to a local hospital. Next PostTips: To Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions Home NewsWatch Local News Driver hits power pole in Fayette County, transported to hospital Twitter Linkedin Pinterest Tumblr Google+ Tyler Barker Tyler Barker is currently the Interim News Director and Digital Content Manager for WOAY-TV. I was promoted to this job in Mid-November. I still will fill in on weather from time to time. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter @wxtylerb. Have any news tips or weather questions? Email me at tbarker@woay.com Facebook Mail Previous PostPedialyte, long a favorite hangover cure, targets adults with new ‘Sparkling Rush’ drinklast_img read more

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first_img Recommended Links Another giant U.S. company is going broke. Arch Coal (ACI), the second-largest U.S. coal producer, filed for bankruptcy yesterday. Coal prices have dropped 98% since 2008, causing a major crisis for the coal industry. Arch Coal’s quarterly sales has fallen in 13 of the last 14 quarters. It missed a $90 million loan payment last month, and has $4.5 billion in debt it can’t afford to pay. Arch Coal’s stock has plunged 99% in the past two years. Its stock fell 31% yesterday, as you can see in this chart: Regards, Justin Spittler Delray Beach, Florida January 12, 2016 We want to hear from you. If you have a question or comment, please send it to feedback@caseyresearch.com. We read every email that comes in, and we’ll publish comments, questions, and answers that we think other readers will find useful. Arch is the fourth major coal miner to declare bankruptcy since the beginning of 2015. The others are Patriot Coal, Walter Energy, and Alpha Natural Resources. Yesterday, Reuters reported that companies responsible for 25% of U.S. coal production are currently in bankruptcy. The news of Arch Coal’s bankruptcy slammed coal stocks yesterday. Peabody Energy Corporation (BTU), the largest U.S. coal company, fell 20%. Cloud Peak Energy (CLD), another large coal company, fell 11%. •  Cheap natural gas is a big problem for coal… Natural gas prices have dropped 40% since early 2014, to a 14-year low. When gas is cheap, some power plants choose to burn natural gas instead of coal. Plus, burning natural gas is better for the environment than burning coal. Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal reported: Coal burned by power plants faces competition from cheap and relatively clean natural gas. Also, a slowdown in demand from China has pressured the prices of coal used in steelmaking. Major U.S. producers are scaling back, trying to shed mines, and laying off employees. And new, strict regulations have cost coal companies billions of dollars. Bloomberg Business reports: Arch said in the filing that environmental regulations have made it more expensive for companies to use coal. It blamed Environmental Protection Agency rules for causing more than 400 coal-fired generators to close. Overall, 23 percent of the generating units are expected to retire or convert by 2025, Arch said. •  Longtime readers know why we’re interested in coal… Doug Casey often says any asset down more than 90% deserves a look. The price of coal is down 98% in the past eight years. At Casey Research, our top goal is to help subscribers build lasting wealth. A key strategy we use is to buy valuable natural resource companies when they’re cheap. We want to buy great assets at attractive prices. Natural resources, like coal, are “cyclical.” This means they go through huge booms and busts. By buying resources after a bust, when no one else wants them, we can get a dollar’s worth of assets for a dime or less. Today, we have that opportunity in coal. Although politicians like to bash coal for being dirty, it still generates 40% of the world’s electricity. Even the Energy Information Administration, an arm of the U.S. government, admits that coal will generate 34% of U.S. energy in 2040. The world needs coal to keep the lights on. Like all cyclical stocks, coal stocks will eventually bottom out and start rising again. 7,000 reasons to avoid Amazon.com this holiday season Wall Street Journal bestselling author James Altucher just announced 7,000 reasons to avoid Amazon.com this holiday season. Anyway, he just released an announcement that shows you how to leverage his best ideas to improve your life and your pocketbook. If used properly, I can confidently say it could turn out to be your best “investment” this year…by a long shot. Click here to see James’ announcement… – — •  E.B. Tucker, editor of The Casey Report, likes coal… Here’s E.B.: It’s highly unlikely the world stops using coal. For one, it’s too cheap not to use. At roughly $30 a ton, thermal coal is cheaper than driveway gravel. That’s mind-blowing, given that coal is the most energy-dense fossil fuel on Earth. But he isn’t buying coal stocks yet… The decision by Arch Coal to file bankruptcy means we’re one step closer to the end of the bloodbath in the coal industry. But I’m still not personally invested in coal stocks. Many of these companies can’t cover their expenses with thermal coal trading at $30 to $35 a ton. They have to pay pensions, employee health care plans, and other long-term obligations. Shareholders are at the lowest rung on the corporate totem pole. It’s not where you want to be when an industry is in crisis. E.B. says coal bonds are more attractive right now. I personally own bonds of a coal royalty company. This company leases mining rights. It takes a cut on each ton of coal that leaves the mine. I’m confident the company will survive, so I’m buying its bonds for $0.60 on the dollar. I’m collecting 30% interest while the market turns around… I think we will see a few more bankruptcies before the coal crisis is over. The industry will consolidate and the “survivors” should turn out to be great investments. That’s when I’ll start buying coal stocks again. •  Nick Giambruno, editor of Crisis Investing, has a different take… As Crisis Investing subscribers know, Nick specializes in crisis markets. By buying in crisis markets, Nick’s subscribers often buy world-class assets at dirt-cheap prices. For example, you may recall that Cyprus had a major banking crisis in 2013. During the crisis, Nick recommended buying shares in stable, profitable Cypriot businesses. The crisis had crushed Cyprus’ stock prices. Many stocks were down 99%. But Nick’s analysis showed that some companies were still making good money. Investors had panicked and sold the great companies in Cyprus along with the shaky ones. Less than two years later, Nick’s subscribers cashed in a 97% gain on a lighting-fixture company, and a 214% gain on a company that operates beachfront properties. Like E.B., Nick sees big opportunity in coal today. But unlike E.B., Nick likes one coal stock at today’s prices… •  Nick’s favorite coal stock is Alliance Resource Partners (ARLP)… Here’s Nick: Debt has turned out to be lethal for many coal companies. It’s one of the main reasons so many have gone bankrupt. ARLP is an industry exception. Its balance sheet is a source of strength. With high liquidity and low debt, it’s financially far stronger than any other U.S. coal miner… By retiring $205 million of long-term debt this year, ARLP reduced its debt-to-equity ratio to 84%, well below the industry average of 113%. Interest coverage (operating income/interest expense) is a robust 15. That means ARLP is generating enough earnings to cover its interest cost 15 times over. In other words, debt is not a problem. Alliance is an impressive dividend payer. The company has raised or maintained its dividend for 65 straight quarters. Today, it’s paying an incredible 20% dividend. You can read more about this high-yielding coal stock by taking a risk-free trial to Crisis Investing. Click here for details. Chart of the Day Copper hit a seven-year low yesterday. Today’s chart shows the price of copper over the past seven years. On Monday, it fell 2.1% to its lowest level since April 2009. Copper has fallen 29% over the past year. Copper is a key industrial metal. It goes in everything from electrical wiring to batteries to plumbing parts. The modern economy can’t function without copper. Like coal, the price of copper is cyclical. It goes through big booms and busts. Eventually, we’ll get a great opportunity to buy beaten-down copper stocks at bargain prices. But for now, we recommend staying away. As you can see from the chart, copper is still in a freefall. Before buying copper companies, we want to see copper begin to carve out a bottom. The #1 Currency for the “End of America” Today, most Americans know absolutely nothing about, let alone own, this incredibly valuable asset. This has nothing to do with gold coins, silver, collectibles, or real estate of any kind, yet it could be the single most important step you take to preserve your wealth. Click here to learn more.last_img read more

Local businesses in Tuscaloosa are coming together

first_imgLocal businesses in Tuscaloosa are coming together for a week full of special deals on diamonds, arrangements, tastes and entertainment.Barrett Elder with Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports said between the new year and Valentine’s Day is a slow time for local events, and the city wants to provide more opportunities to go out with their loved ones.“It’s not Valentine’s Day, we’re not competing with actual events going at restaurants or at these venus,” Elder said. “We just think it’s a great time for people to get out and go. This is Monday through Friday, which are kind of the days that people don’t always go out to eat and do these things, so we just to get people out and about in our town”.Tuscaloosa Date Week is Jan. 21-25, 2019. Visit ttowndateweek.com for all the details on events and participating businesses.last_img read more

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first_imgThe Milwaukee offices of Associated Banc-Corp.Green Bay-based Associated Banc-Corp has agreed to acquire the Wisconsin branch banking operations of Columbus, Ohio-based Huntington Bancshares Inc. The cash transaction, which has a net premium of about $34 million, is expected to close in the first half of 2019. The transaction price was not disclosed.The Milwaukee offices of Associated Banc-Corp.Associated Bank N.A. would take on about $850 million in deposits, $134 million in loans and 32 Huntington National Bank branches.The FDIC lists 35 Huntington branches in Wisconsin: three in Green Bay, two in Milwaukee, two in Antigo, and one each in Pulaski, Suamico, Appleton, Madison, Superior, Brodhead, Jefferson, Algoma, Darlington, Tomahawk, Kiel, Marinette, Lena, Oconto, Suring, Townsend, Minocqua, Kaukauna, Clear Lake, Stevens Point, Janesville, Boulder Junction, Manitowish Waters, Elkhorn, Menomonee Falls, Wautoma, Oshkosh and Winneconne.An Associated Bank spokeswoman said no decision has been made yet on potential branch closures, and Associated is expected to finalize those plans in its Office of the Comptroller of the Currency filing in the first quarter of 2019. In a map of existing and acquired branches presented by Associated Bank in a slide deck about the transaction, several branches overlap others geographically. The acquisition would expand Associated Bank’s reach to an additional 13 Wisconsin cities, adding 60,000 deposit accounts and 33,000 households.According to its most recent call report submitted to the FDIC, Huntington had $1.2 billion in net income for 2018 as of the end of the third quarter. It has $105.8 billion in total assets and 14,949 employees.Associated Banc-Corp has about $33 billion in assets and more than 230 branches in Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota. It also has commercial offerings in Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Texas. As of the end of the third quarter, Associated had 4,676 FTE employees and $260.1 million in net income for 2018.According to Associated, the transaction is a good fit because of the banks’ similar customer, product and revenue mix. At the time of closing, Huntington would also undergo conversion to Associated systems, which is expected to result in about 45 percent cost savings. The acquisition is not expected to have a significant impact on Associated’s earnings next year.“We are excited for the opportunity to welcome Huntington’s Wisconsin customers to Associated Bank as we strengthen our franchise and expand services into 13 additional communities,” said Philip Flynn, president and chief executive officer of Associated. “Ultimately, the scale and efficiencies we gain will position us to make investments to further enhance the customer experience and deliver increased value to our customers, colleagues, communities and shareholders.” Get our email updatesBizTimes DailyManufacturing WeeklyNonprofit WeeklyReal Estate WeeklySaturday Top 10Wisconsin Morning Headlines Subscribelast_img read more

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first_imgAttendees walk across the 92-feet long by 24-feet wide mat, which was verified by a Guinness World Records judge as the largest vinyl floor mat.Last updated on July 3rd, 2019 at 07:09 pmThe Milwaukee Bucks have signed on as the presenting sponsor of the Milwaukee Marathon, which will make its debut under new ownership on April 6.The Milwaukee Marathon will begin and end at the Fiserv Forum plaza.The race will be held from 7 a.m. to about 2 p.m., beginning and ending at the Fiserv Forum plaza.In 2018, Boston-based race production company Rugged Races LLC acquired the Milwaukee Marathon, moving the event from fall to spring. Milwaukee-based ROC Ventures previously operated the event since early 2017. PNC Bank had been the title sponsor of the race since 2015.“The Milwaukee Marathon is an exciting, inspirational event, and the Bucks are excited to be a part of this new annual tradition by hosting the start and finish on the plaza in front of Fiserv Forum,” said Michael Belot, senior vice president of Bucks Ventures and Development. “We look forward to continue hosting the Milwaukee Marathon in the years to come.”The Milwaukee Marathon will include three races: the marathon, half-marathon and a 5K. The race will be followed by a festival at the plaza.The marathon’s male and female winners will later be honored during the 4 p.m. Bucks game against the Brooklyn Nets.“We’re very excited to have the Bucks as the presenting partner of the Milwaukee Marathon,” said Rob Dickens, senior vice president of Rugged Races. “Their support has been absolutely key to making this year’s event possible. We look forward to working with the Bucks for many years to come as we continue to transform the race into a world-class event that all Wisconsinites can be proud of.” Get our email updatesBizTimes DailyManufacturing WeeklyNonprofit WeeklyReal Estate WeeklySaturday Top 10Wisconsin Morning Headlines Subscribelast_img read more

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first_imgThe Blessing of the Animals service commemorates the life of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. St. Francis of Assisi was said to be able to communicate with animals. There are legends of Francis preaching to doves and crows. One story recounts his rescuing a wild rabbit caught in a trap, ending with the rabbit following him for days and constantly hopping on his lap in appreciation. Perhaps the most famous story speaks of Francis taming a wolf that terrorized a village in Italy.*Advertisement* The annual Blessing of the Animals was recently held to recognize St. Francis Day, hosted by clergy from Old North Church along with RUFF, the North End dog group.Sunny, autumnal weather brought creatures big and small together for a short liturgy followed by the blessings. This annual event is typically held at the Prado, but was relocated this year to the North End Dog Park on Prince & Snow Hill Streets due to the Prado restoration. Old North’s Rev. Ellie Terry leads a blessing.last_img read more

PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming

first_imgPCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities PLAY LIST 03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension Fake cop accosts real cops, is arrested in Pateros LATEST STORIES Tolentino: No more debate with Drilon on China deal MOST READ USC-Basic Education Department fought UC tooth-and-nail in secondary athletics as it registered six top finishes while UV was all by itself in dominating all levels of the gymnastics competition.The UV Green Lancers plucked a total of 13 gold medals in the secondary division while its elementary division counterparts doled out a total of 14 gold in the boy’s and girl’s divisions.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOPalace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spikeIn the elementary division wars, leading the medal harvest in athletics are the USC-BED, which collected a total of seven gold medals.Leading the productive day for UV in the secondary division gymnastics events was Eunice Obag, who snagged four gold medals by finishing first in the rhythmic gymnastic’s rope event, hoop event, ribbon event and all-around. BPI nets P13.74B in H1 The University of Cebu (UC), University of San Carlos (USC) and University of the Visayas (UV) ruled their respective sports in yesterday’s action of the 23rd Cebu City Olympics at the Cebu City Sports Center (CCSC) and in various venues around the city.The UC Webmasters came out on top in the medal race of the athletics event in the secondary division as they plucked a total of 10 first place finishes with each first place finish worth seven points.ADVERTISEMENT Angara: Investigate DOH’s ‘constipated’ medicine distribution system Quake disturbs Itbayat, Batanes anew Fake cop accosts real cops, is arrested in Pateros Also garnering for UV gold medals in the secondary division are Janrie Moga, who snared four coming from the Men’s Artistic Gymnastic’s individual event floor exercise, vault, all-around and team competitions, Francin Ly Coyoca, who came out on top of the girl’s balance beam, Desirei Padilla, who topped the floor exercise and Diane Sophia Navarro, who ruled the all around individual event.MORE STORIESnewsinfoDemocrats fight over health care, immigration at debatenewsinfoUS fighter jet crashes in Death Valley, 7 park visitors hurtnewsinfoBatanes quake left P292 M infra damage – DPWHMORE STORIESnewsinfoDemocrats fight over health care, immigration at debatenewsinfoUS fighter jet crashes in Death Valley, 7 park visitors hurtnewsinfoBatanes quake left P292 M infra damage – DPWHUC’s golden harvest was led by Jan Moses Estrada, who won the secondary boy’s shot put with a distance of 10.23 meters, Joseph Camingao, who topped the 100/110-meter Hurdles with his time of 16.29 seconds and the 400-meter hurdles, which he finished in one minute and 1.88 seconds and Elyzza Mae Salinas, who ruled the girl’s 400-meter hurdles.Kenneth Robledo also gave UC gold medals in secondary boy’s long jump with a record of 5.79 meters and high jump (1.70 meters) while the other gold winners of UC are Shantel Tanucan (high jump), Jrict Ray Talicug (200 meters) and Rhea Japitan (1,500 meters and 3,000 meters).ADVERTISEMENT View comments SMC bags Bulacan airport project Carpio gets nominated as CJ for 4th time Read Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Quake disturbs Itbayat Batanes anew

first_imgQuake disturbs Itbayat, Batanes anew LATEST STORIES SMC bags Bulacan airport project Salisid concluded that the fire was caused by electrical short circuit.Wilma, the mother of the victims who works at a canteen in Shangri-la Mactan was shocked upon learning of her two sons’ untimely end.Rodulfo, a carpenter was at work when the incident happened.Fire investigators pegged the structural damage at P30,000.Read Next Fake cop accosts real cops, is arrested in Pateros The other brother, aged 10, who was at the second floor was able to get out of the house after he noticed that the ceiling was on fire.The eldest brother, aged 13, who was left to take care of his younger brothers was in a computer shop nearby when the fire broke out.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOPalace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spikeAnthony Encarnacion, a neighbor, saw the thick smoke coming from the house and when he went to check, the fire was already at the ground floor.He thought nobody was left in the house. Fake cop accosts real cops, is arrested in Pateros Two children, aged 2 and 3, died when their parents’ house was gutted by fire yesterday afternoon in barangay Gun-ob, Lapu-Lapu City.Christian Joshua Maiz, 3, and his brother, Joshua Christian, 2, were found charred lying side by side in a room at the ground floor of the two-story house of the Maiz family.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements Angara: Investigate DOH’s ‘constipated’ medicine distribution system MOST READ At 4:30 p.m., a fire truck arrived and controlled the fire in two minutes.MORE STORIESnewsinfoDemocrats fight over health care, immigration at debatenewsinfoUS fighter jet crashes in Death Valley, 7 park visitors hurtnewsinfoBatanes quake left P292 M infra damage – DPWHMORE STORIESnewsinfoDemocrats fight over health care, immigration at debatenewsinfoUS fighter jet crashes in Death Valley, 7 park visitors hurtnewsinfoBatanes quake left P292 M infra damage – DPWHThe 13-year-old told the firemen to look for his younger brothers because they were missing.The victims were later found in a room at the ground floor of the house.The eldest brother said the two kids were sleeping in the room at the ground floor when he left and told his 10-year-old brother to watch over them.The victims’ father, Rodulfo, told FO3 Climaco Salisid, fire investigator of Lapu-Lapu City Fire Department that he noticed the wires in the ceiling had sparked days prior to the incident.ADVERTISEMENT BPI nets P13.74B in H1 PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities PLAY LIST 03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension Tolentino: No more debate with Drilon on China deal View commentslast_img read more

Photos Boston Weddings Meet the Editor August 2018

first_img Print On Thursday, August 9, 2018, Boston Weddings hosted a Meet the Editor reception at Adolphus Busch Hall, part of the iconic Harvard Art Museums. The Catered Affair provided cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, including a build-your-own salad station. JuneBug, Charlestown’s floral designers, completed the evening with stunning flower arrangements. Andrea Timpano, Editor-in-Chief of Boston Weddings regaled guests, all of whom enjoyed dining al fresco while chatting into the late summer evening.Photos by Janelle Carmela Photography Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! By Julia Kacmarek· Party Pics Photos: Boston Weddings Meet the Editor, August 2018 Check out scenes from the August 9, 2018, event at the Harvard Art Museums. For more event highlights, check out the full event album here! Also, follow Boston Weddings on Instagram and Boston magazine Events for future events and other happenings around the city. 000 9/19/2018, 10:41 a.m. Sign up for Weekender. Arts, events, pop culture, and more.*last_img read more

Rain Made This Chequessett Yacht Country Club Wedding All the More Romantic

first_img Delivering the latest in style, inspiration, helpful tips and tricks, and everything else you need to know to plan the perfect New England wedding. Print 5/14/2019, 1:52 p.m. 000 July 6, 2018 Chequessett Yacht & Country Club Wellfleet, MassachusettsPhoto by Ashley Tilton PhotographyTHE STORYWhen Molly Rossiter and Hayden Callahan first started dating in the fall of 2014, the then-University of Wisconsin students weren’t quite sure where their relationship was headed. They had mutual friends and went on study dates and to concerts, but Molly was just starting her senior year; Hayden, on the other hand, was about to graduate in December and move to Boston for an engineering job. That uncertainty disappeared, however, when the couple took a weeks-long road trip just two months into their courtship. “I think we kind of fell in love then and it solidified our relationship,” Molly says. They dated long distance for about a year while Molly finished up school and, eventually, joined Hayden in Boston.After living in the same city for several months, Molly says they knew they were “heading towards marriage.” In December 2016, the couple started looking at engagement rings. “The first time we went in [to Barmakian Jewelers] we were just looking to see what size I was, and we actually ended up buying the ring together,” Molly says. “We had no idea that was going to happen.” Even though Molly knew what the ring looked like, she still didn’t know when Hayden would actually pop the question. She’d planned a surprise getaway to the Adirondack Mountains in February 2017, and had an inkling that Hayden might propose then. On the drive up, “He was acting so calm and collected,” she recalls. “I remember thinking there’s no way he’s going to do it.” When they got to their Airbnb, though, Molly had just started putting away groceries when she turned around to see that Hayden was down on one knee. “I was like, ‘Oh my gosh! It was a surprise to me even though I knew about the ring and everything,’” Molly says.The pair spent the rest of the weekend quietly soaking up their engagement—and then the planning began. Molly and Hayden visited a few venues on Cape Cod, but weren’t sold on any of them. On Fourth of July weekend, they visited Chequessett Yacht & Country Club in Wellfleet. “It was the last one we were going to and at that point I was like ‘I don’t know if we should even go all the way to look at it,’ but we did, and we fell in love right away,” Molly says. They signed the contract on the spot. Then, on their wedding day, came every bride’s worst nightmare: rain. At the last minute, the couple decided to swap their planned beach ceremony for one in the yacht club’s boathouse instead. But yet, “I’m so glad [it rained],” the bride says. “The pictures came out so well and it turned into this beautiful night with the sunset, so it was actually perfect.”THE DETAILSPhoto by Ashley Tilton PhotographyWhile searching for hair inspiration on Instagram and Pinterest, Molly fell in love with the look of flower-adorned tresses. “Stacy [Kuehn] and I had a great consultation where she tried a bunch of different styles and we settled on a loose wave,” Molly says, “It held pretty well, which was surprising, and the flowers were still in my hair. Hayden pulled out about 40 bobby pins at the end of the night.” Photo by Ashley Tilton PhotographyOutside of their ceremony, Molly and Hayden greeted guests with a custom wood sign from Etsy vendor Oaky Designs.Photo by Ashley Tilton PhotographyThe yacht club’s boathouse provided an intimate, rustic-chic setting for Molly and Hayden’s ceremony. “Everyone was there watching us,” Molly says. “It felt very ‘together’ and cozy.”Photo by Ashley Tilton PhotographyPinned to a chicken wire memo board, the couple’s DIY escort cards stemmed from a template created by Etsy shop Minty Paperie.Photo by Ashley Tilton Photography“I’m not really one for color, so I knew I wanted mostly greenery,” Molly says of the reception decor. The long tables featured loose, flowing garlands dotted with cream and pale-pink roses.Photo by Ashley Tilton PhotographyThe couple treated guests to a naked white-almond cake with both raspberry and champagne buttercream. “I actually didn’t eat any until right before we went off for our honeymoon, but it was so, so good,” Molly says. Photo by Ashley Tilton PhotographyMolly and Hayden called on a few of their friends to submit songs that they wanted to hear at the couple’s wedding. For their first dance, though, the DJ played “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones. “My mom loves her and I kind of grew up listening to her,” Molly says.THE FILEBride’s Gown BHLDNBride’s Jewelry Barmakian JewelersCake Cottage Street BakeryCatering Mac’s SeafoodCeremony Music SpeechLess StringsDJ Fine Tune EntertainmentFlowers MKM DesignHair Stacey Kuehn HairMakeup Eden Skincare & MakeupPhotographer Ashley Tilton PhotographyPlanner Cape Cod CelebrationsRentals PEAK Event ServicesSignage EtsyGetting married? 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