First Dose 0.89% 17 316.2 14724- Clymer1 14720- Celoron0 Number 14048- Dunkirk30 40-49732 206 Symptoms Known3900 Active Case Rate (per 100,000 residents) Zip Code 278.0 3.39% 17.88% 2.5% 14063- Fredonia9 14787- Westfield5 60-694 0.8% 12.6% 0.3% Total 90+4 0.26% 14736- Findley Lake0 660.8 80-8920 169.4 203 24 Number 3 149.6 1 5 14722- Chautauqua0 492.8 131 94 26.2% 29 14728- Dewittville2 14710- Ashville1 50-59776 1.8% 459.0 2.4% 0.5% 70-7912 100.0% COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 3.8% Fatality Rate 125 21 50-593 0-19666 34 81 1128.6 14733- Falconer1 21 Updated 1/13/21; These numbers are updated as we are able 118 3.0% 2 39 371.7 506.4 288.5 12.18% No975 14 167.5 Second Dose 1 2 1.1% 101 523.5 556.1 2 109.3 17 14081- Irving3 70-79354 0.39% 982 24 12 616.0 0.3% 74 14784- Stockton0 2.2% 4 8 1.77% 619.1 173 11 14716- Brocton2 3.3% 493.6 60-69646 14750- Lakewood3 40-494 14718- Cassadaga1 13.81% 0.6% 1 181.2 545.2 Symptoms 15 COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 615.2 13 4 14723- Cherry Creek0 2 14781- Sherman0 193.6 127.8 239.3 60 59 NYS Fatality Rate: 4.06%US Fatality Rate: 1.7%Source: John Hopkins University COVID-19 Tracker 12/29/2020Doses of Vaccine Administered for Chautauqua County Residents 41 28 15 0.00% Percent of Total Cases 1.9% 0.4% 75.00% MAVYILLE – A new COVID-19 death and 105 additional cases of the virus were reported in Chautauqua County on Thursday.According to data on the county Health Department’s COVID-19 Dashboard, the latest death involved a 60-year-old. This is the 47th death linked to the virus since the pandemic began.There are now 721 active cases countywide, up from 695 the day before.Of the new cases, 33 are in the greater Jamestown area with 208 active. The seven-day average percent positivity rate is 11.7 percent and 42 people remain hospitalized.To date, there have been 5,302 infections in the county, with 4,534 people recovering.On the vaccine effort, 3,622 people have received the first dose, with 340 getting the second.More data released by health leaders is posted below:COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 30-39715 Total Cases 3.73% Percent 14712- Bemus Point1 7 14757- Mayville1 1.1% 25.00% 12 14747- Kennedy1 15 1.1% 161 3 14136- Silver Creek5 37 160 546.3 14775- Ripley0 Percent 6.68% 3.9% 14138- South Dayton1 14701- Jamestown33 0.8% 0.7% Percent of County Residents2.79% 21 338.7 14738- Frewsburg3 394.2 646.9 0.3% 12.56% 20-29948 14726- Conewango Valley0 0.3% 504.2 4 0.8% 0.0% Fatality Rate by Age Group 208 105 0.7% 174 80-89198 340 14767- Panama0 40 3 1389 Age Active Cases Yes2925 5 18.5% 186.4 3.4% 57 Age Group 740.7 Total Deaths 1.5% All Ages47 180 352.1 14769- Portland0 0.55% 0-390 14062- Forestville1 5302 666 13.49% 721 3.3% 10.10% New Cases 4.26% 14782- Sinclairville1 90+94 12.18% Number of Vaccination Doses3622 14740- Gerry0 20 44 0.62% Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Senator Patrick Leahy Thursday told representatives of the Randolph Area Community Development Corporation (RACDC), Randolph town and state elected officials, and RACDC development partners that he has secured $200,000 in federal funds to help with the development of workforce housing in downtown Randolph. The mixed-income, rental and home ownership development known as Salisbury Square will repurpose an abandoned former Randolph Ethan Allen plant site to provide new housing opportunities for Vermonters, supporting local employers and businesses, and contributing to downtown vitality.‘Salisbury Square will put people to work today and create affordable homes for working Vermonters tomorrow,’ said Leahy. ‘The Salisbury Square development is especially exciting because it combines smart growth principles, downtown sustainability, energy efficiency, and a focus on both rental opportunities and homeownership opportunities for working Vermonters.’Leahy said the grant funds will be used to help construct the roughly $3.6 million first phase of Salisbury Square — fourteen units of rental housing in three separate buildings and the restoration of the site’s historic features. RACDC officials said subsequent phases of Salisbury Square will include the construction of 22 homeownership units. Completion of the entire project will lead to an estimated investment of $7.9 million in redevelopment work in Randolph’s downtown.‘RACDC is very grateful to Senator Leahy for once again supporting Randolph and its work to preserve and strengthen our downtown area, which is the hub of our community and the entire region,’ said RACDC Executive Director Julie Iffland. ‘Salisbury Square will provide quality, affordable and highly energy efficient homes and apartments within walking distance of downtown stores and services.’RACDC is assisted in this effort by the expertise of development consultants at the Hartland Group. Charles Lief, Partner, said of their involvement: ‘The Hartland Group is proud to join RACDC in the redevelopment of this important, but under-utilized, site in downtown Randolph. Salisbury Square is a model of how public agencies, private developers, and nonprofit owners can come together to create much-needed permanently affordable housing, clean up a brownfield and provide 3 years of work for the construction industry.’The first phase of the project may begin construction this fall and is expected to be completed by next summer.Source: Leahy’s office. RANDOLPH, Vt. (Thurs., August 12) ‘# # # # #
I’m so ready for a new bike. I can’t seem to get the Pivot 5.7 off my mind ever since bounding down the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Although it would be so sad to sell my bike and buy a new one only to learn that it was the magic of the Wasatch Mountains that made my ride so sweet.Instead of dropping thousands of nonexistent dollars, I brought my Stumphumper to the shop for an overhaul. It’s back to being a Stumpjumper now. It was easier spending hundreds of dollars on new components and a helpful mechanic.The last ride I took made me wish I had a singlespeed since I couldn’t use any of my gears anyway. At least with a singlespeed I don’t keep thinking that I can’t make it up the hill without several gear choices.My cables and housing were so mucked up and the cassette so clapped out that my favorite gears were completely inaccessible. I’m sure you can guess that means my granny gear, and the two leading down to it, were gone. Not only did that make my climb up Inglesfield Gap excruciating, but it made me keep trying to mash the shifters into those gears with the hopes that something might change. In case you too are tempted to behave this way, it’s a far worse choice than just grinding up the mountain in a bigger ring. All it did is hurt my thumb and cause the chain to slip back and forth between gears with a loud “cachunk!” every time I stood up in the pedals. I’m certain this led to the demise of my chain. That’s not all that was demolished. The mechanic said that the middle ring practically fell off on its own when she was evaluating whether it needed replacement.My descents were no better. I had to use the heel of my hand to force the shifter into giving me the big ring on the flats and down hills. This maneuver would coincide with my front wheel dabbing into a gully or meeting with a rock throwing me gracefully off trail. By the way, none of these tactics offered a flow to my ride. At least I was no longer riding on the shredded seat, which had been missing the padding for my left butt cheek. Who needs to sit anyway? I finally traded it out for an old one that I pulled out of the rubble from the box of old bike parts. 1 2
Richard Branson is seeking a buyer for Virgin Atlantic Airways as he struggles to secure a 500 million pound ($618 million) government bailout, the Telegraph reported.Branson has set an end-of-May deadline to save the UK airline from collapse and is focused on securing new private investment from more than 100 financial institutions, the newspaper quoted people familiar as saying.“Houlihan Lokey has been appointed to assist the process, focusing on private-sector funding,” a Virgin Atlantic spokeswoman said. “Discussions with a number of stakeholders continue and are constructive, meanwhile the airline remains in a stable position.” Virgin’s application for government aid has effectively been shelved, though negotiations could be revived if investment can’t be found elsewhere, the newspaper reported.About 50 investors have asked for information and they will be narrowed down to a handful of bidders, according to the report. Centerbridge Partners, Cerberus Capital Management, Lansdowne Partners, Singapore sovereign wealth fund Temasek and Northill Capital are among those in the running.Delta Air Lines, which owns a 49 percent stake in Virgin Atlantic and is consumed with its own pandemic-related problems, has already bumped up against U.K. limits on foreign airline ownership, the US company’s chief executive officer, Ed Bastian, said Thursday.Branson, 69, has become the highest-profile victim of an airline-industry crisis that’s only just getting started. Virgin Australia, another carrier he founded, entered administration last week after failing to obtain a state bailout.Topics :
Alexandre Lacazette gave Sokratis half-time pep talk after mistake in north London derby Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Coming Next Advertisement / 1 min. story Top articles The Frenchman seemed keen for the centre-back to concentrate more (Picture: Arsenal Media)Alexandre Lacazette appeared to try and gee up Arsenal centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos after his first-half mistake in Sunday’s north London derby against Tottenham.The Greek defender was caught out of position when he tried to challenge Harry Kane for an aerial ball on the halfway line, leaving Spurs plenty of room to gallop into after the frontman won his flick-on.Erik Lamela was played in and when his tame shot was parried by Bernd Leno, Christian Eriksen was on hand to tap in the rebound under no pressure – with Sokratis unable to catch back up to the Dane in time. PLAY Read More SPONSORED Emery made some adjustments at the break and revealed that he spoke about ‘controlling the situation’ better with regards to Kane, and Lacazette seemed keen to press the message home to Sokratis before going back out on the pitch.Check out Lacazette and Sokratis from 10:39 below…The Frenchman chatted to the defender in the tunnel as the rest of the team made their way out for the second half, repeatedly pointing at his head and telling Sokratis to concentrate more.They spoke all the way out onto the pitch, with Sokratis putting his arm around Lacazette and appearing to reassure him that the message had been heard loud and clear. Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 4 Sep 2019 10:02 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8.4kShares Skip Ad About Connatix V67539 Read More Read More Sokratis pushed too far up and Spurs exploited the space left in behind (Picture: Getty)Gary Neville labelled Sokratis ‘terrible’ for his role in the goal, while manager Unai Emery admitted afterwards that the team had prepped for that very scenario but some players were playing with too much ‘emotion’ and ‘heart’ in the cauldron of a north London derby.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More 1/1 Comment Full Screen Skip by Metro Video Settings Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Sokratis and Lacazette were still deep in discussion as they exited the tunnel (Picture: Arsenal Media)Arsenal took greater control of the match in the second half, with Kane getting less joy as an out-ball and Sokratis barely putting a foot wrong, and Emery was happy with how the side adapted.He said: ‘There were two mistakes in the first half and they scored two goals. We spoke about that in the dressing room and we learned for the second half and after we were continuing getting in their boxes, taking corners and shots.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Read More Advertisement
Indianapolis, In. — Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of scam callers trying to obtain people’s personal information by claiming to represent the Social Security Administration.In recent days, the Office of the Attorney General has received several dozen calls from Hoosiers reporting robocalls from such impostors. Upon answering their phones, these individuals heard recordings stating they were being monitored on suspicion of illegal activity. Those receiving the calls were told they must call back or else their Social Security numbers would be canceled.Anyone receiving these calls should immediately hang up and report the calls to the Office of the Attorney General or call 1-800-382-5516.“Do not give out your personal information over the phone to these kinds of callers,” Attorney General Hill said. “The perpetrators of these hoaxes are trying to steal your identity in order to make fraudulent purchases or commit other wrongdoing.”Anyone needing to contact the Social Security Administration may call the agency’s customer service line at 800-772-1213.
By Greg AregoniFRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (July 2) – Four IMCA drivers picked up their first 141 Speedway wins of the season Saturday evening.Jeremy Jacobs has been hooked up in his Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified racer the last few weeks. Top five finishes have been easy as pie to the former champion. A win had eluded him until Saturday night.Brandon Long ran up front for the first five laps. Jacobs tried multiple lines around the speedway until he figured it out down low. Jacobs passed Long and was never to be touched again. Long prevailed in a late-race battle over Troy Jerovetz to finish second. Eric Scribner finished fourth while R.M. VanPay rounded out the top five.Aaron Stolp has won numerous grand national features in his career. In 2016, he moved up into the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. He can now say he is a feature winner in the top fendered class.Jerry Leary led until the first caution flew on lap eight. Stolp restarted fifth and rocketed to the runner-up position. Stolp found the right line on lap 11 and moved into the lead. Stolp got great practice as the leader on restarts as he had a handful to deal with over the second half of the race. He took care of each one like a seasoned pro on his way to his first career win in the division.Larry Karcz Jr. finished second over Leary. John Adams finished in the top four for the first time in his career and Tony Bouche was fifth.Sawyer Haese led the opening lap of the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod main. Kevin Bethke made what proved to be the race-winning pass on lap two.Bethke pulled away from the field over the course of the caution-free race. The only speed bump was lapped traffic late. Bethke had to slow over the final circuits but had built up enough cushion over the field. Jacob Zellner came home with another second place finish on the weekend. J.J. Anderson rode the top of the speedway to a podium finish. Travis Arenz finished fourth with defending champion Hunter Parsons fifth.It’s not over until it’s over was the motto in the IMCA Sport Compacts. Mitch Meier dominated the whole event and was well on his way to the win when a lapped car came down him on the final lap. There was a Talladega draft between four cars on the final circuit. Evan Beattie won the race off of turn four after contact between Alvin Testroete and Brian Watzka. Beattie picked up the win over Testroete and Watzka. Brody Rivest came right after in fourth and Meier finished fifth.There is no racing at 141 Speedway next Saturday, July 9. Bash at the Creek will be taking place with six rock bands in action starting at 2 p.m.
About 30-thousand people are expected to take part in the event in shifts. White House Easter Egg Roll expected to draw thousands for its 141st year https://t.co/X8AyANHAZw pic.twitter.com/KNDMTVaOAW— dc4visitors (@dc4visitors1) April 22, 2019 On Sunday, the president attended Easter services at an Episcopal church in Palm Beach with First Lady Melania Trump and his daughter Tiffany.This morning the President and the First Lady are hosting the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.The 2019 Easter Egg Roll is almost here! President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS will welcome guests to the White House for this great Presidential tradition tomorrow: https://t.co/vgJ9vgBM7m— The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 21, 2019 Events will include the competitive rolling of Easter eggs on the South Lawn.There will also be stations for egg and cookie decorating.Military bands will provide entertainment and each attendee will go home with a White House commemorative Easter egg.The White House Easter Egg Roll dates back to 1878. President Trump is back at the White House after spending Easter Weekend playing golf with an LPGA star and one of the biggest players in talk radio.Trump spent the weekend at his Mar-a-Lago Resort in Florida where his golf partners included LPGA star Lexi Thompson and conservative radio icon Rush Limbaugh. White House today released these pics from Friday of @realDonaldTrump & Rush Limbaugh at Trump International Golf Club. #TrumpInPalmBeach pic.twitter.com/sZGx7QMHls— George Bennett (@gbennettpost) April 20, 2019
A Haines City man was arrested Sunday for reportedly dropping off a child on the side of the road because he thought he was gay.The Haines City Police Department arrested 30-year-old Evenaud Julmeus Sunday evening after finding the boy, under 18 years old, outside the police station crying and holding a duffel bag with several clothes inside.When the officer asked the boy what was wrong, the child told the officer Julmeus kicked him out of the house because he thinks he’s homosexual.The police report does not specify the exact relationship between Julmeus and the boy.The abandoned child told police that Julmeus ordered him to get out and told him, “Police will find you a new home.”The police department said the boy was left at the police station without food, water, money or a phone.A bystander at the police station saw the whole thing happen and reported the incident.The report states that when the boy’s mother asked Julmeus where the boy was, Julmeus told her what happened and that if she wanted to go get him, he’s at the police department.The woman then left the house to go find her son.Julmeus was arrested and charged with child neglect.
The KNVB says it also plans to cancel the rest of the men’s season but will discuss the issue with UEFA before making the final decision.___The French rugby league has canceled the semifinals of its Top 14 league because of the coronavirus pandemic.The LNR’s executive committee abandoned hosting the semifinals on June 19 and 20 and the final in mid-July in the southern city of Nice but says they could potentially be played before the end of summer if health conditions allow.The LNR says it is waiting to see what rules the government sets out following the end of lockdown before definitively deciding if a resumption is possible. Tom Moore will get the chance to ring the famous bell at Lord’s cricket ground, signalling the start of a day’s play, as a reward for his fundraising efforts that have become a national rallying point. The job is typically given to former cricketers or figures in the sport.The offer was made to Moore, a cricket fan, by England captain Joe Root – a fellow Yorkshireman.“I’d love you to give us a team talk at some point as well,” Root said in a video conversation with Moore, “and get all the lads in the right frame of mind.”The Twitter account of Lord’s posted a message to Moore, saying he is “an inspiration to us all.”With the aid of a walking frame, Moore walked 100 laps of his garden in eastern England to support workers in Britain’s National Health Service. He wanted to complete the mission before his 100th birthday on April 30, and his family initially set a target of raising 1,000 pounds. Associated Press ___The Dutch soccer association has canceled the remainder of the women’s league season and cup tournament following a discussion with the clubs.The KNVB says the consequences of the cancellation will be clarified on Friday when soccer authorities talk with the clubs.PSV Eindhoven currently leads the women’s league.The cancellation follows Tuesday’s announcement by the government that its ban on all large-scale events was being extended until Sept. 1. The Latest: 99-year-old fundraising UK veteran honored April 22, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___A 99-year-old World War II veteran who has raised more than 28 million pounds ($34.5 million) for Britain’s health service during the coronavirus pandemic has been invited to perform one of British sport’s quaintest traditions once the crisis is over. France is under lockdown until May 11.___The Berlin Marathon says the race cannot be held as planned in September because of new restrictions in the city related to the coronavirus pandemic.City authorities have extended a ban on major events with more than 5,000 people until October 24. More than 62,000 people took part in the marathon last year.Organizers say they will take time to “engage with the consequences of the authorities blocking our events, agree on further steps and then inform you.” There was no mention of any plan to restrict the race to elite runners only. That was the solution used by the Tokyo Marathon on March 1.The Berlin Marathon is typically one of the fastest in the world. The current men’s world record was set in Berlin by Eliud Kipchoge in 2018.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6