Cross country garda chase in south Limerick

first_imgSOUTH Limerick area witnessed a huge garda operation-which included a garda helicopter and sniffer dogs-after a number of men were spotted acting suspiciously in the Kilmallock district, on this Tuesday evening.  According to gardai, the four occupants in the car were suspected of being involved in a break-in at a house in the Martinstown area. Gardai gave chase to the car in the direction of O’Rourke’s Cross, close to Bruree, and where a check-point had been set up.  Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Later, the car was found abandoned between Ashford and Broadford.  A 23-year-old man was arrested and questioned by gardai.  Gardai in Newcastle West are investigating and can be contacted a 069-20650 Previous articleNon Principal Private Residence Charge (NPPR)Next articleThree Operation Freewheel cases adjourned admin WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Printcenter_img NewsLocal NewsCross country garda chase in south LimerickBy admin – May 2, 2012 539 Email Advertisement Linkedinlast_img read more

Radon Awareness

first_imgJanuary is National Radon Action Month (NRAM). Why is there a month dedicated to this gas? Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is safe in outdoor conditions, but can lead to serious health effects if present indoors in large amounts. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. Radon is responsible for more deaths than drunk driving. The good news is this is something that is easy to test for and fix. Radon can be a problem anywhere in the state, but higher levels are typically seen in the upper third of Georgia due to the soil and rock environment. Radon is a product of uranium decay, which is very common in this area because of Stone Mountain. Just because you may not live in the upper third of Georgia or near Stone Mountain doesn’t mean you don’t need to test your home. Radon enters homes through gaps or cracks in the construction. Air pressure acts as a vacuum and sucks radon into homes. Radon concentration in homes varies from house to house. Your neighbor could have low and acceptable levels of radon while you may have very high levels. The only way to know is to test your home. How do you get a test kit? Go to the local University of Georgia Extension office or order online at www.UGAradon.org. Place the radon test kit in the lowest livable level of the home for 3 to 7 days. Complete the required information on the envelope and mail it to the laboratory to be analyzed. Results will be mailed to you and, if the level is high, a radon educator will follow up with you to determine your next step. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers any level of 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) or above to be high. If your test kit reveals high levels of radon your home should be mitigated. This is how radon levels are reduced. Mitigation includes installing a fan ventilation system that removes the concentrated radon to outside. Don’t worry, the radon released outside is safe and of no health concern. Your family could be breathing in high levels of radon in your home on a daily basis. Order a test kit today to help protect the health of you and your family. For more information, visit www.UGAradon.org or send an email to [email protected]last_img read more

Police searching for missing 16-year-old Southwest Miami-Dade girl

first_imgPolice are searching for a 16-year-old girl missing out of Southwest Miami-Dade.Police say Victoria Garcia was last seen June 5 near the 14200 block of Southwest 66th Street after she left her home and never returned.It is unknown what she was last wearing. She stands 5 feet, 2 inches tall and has black hair and hazel eyes.If you have any information on her whereabouts, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.last_img

Syracuse’s Matt Park, “Voice of the Orange,” missed Clemson call after DUI arrest

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 28, 2014 at 5:28 pm Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ Matt Park, the “Voice of the Orange,” was charged with driving under the influence on Saturday morning, according to Greenville County 13th Judicial Circuit Court records.Park who usually calls Syracuse football games did not do so Saturday at Clemson. He was also absent from his regular Monday Cuse.com video show with SU head coach Scott Shafer. He is also an adjunct professor at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and the director of the Sportscaster U career development program for professional athletes.An email to SU Athletics seeking comment was met with a response directing The Daily Orange to IMG, stating that Park is an IMG employee.Park had a blood alcohol content level of .10, according to court records. The legal limit is .08. A $997 bond was set Saturday, according to court records. The case is listed as pending in Fairview/Austin Summary court on the court records website with a “begin date” of Nov. 18 and a time of 3:30 p.m. listed.His Saturday morning bond hearing was completed at 9:30, according to court records.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textPark has also done play-by-play for the SU men’s basketball team as well as the football team since 2004. Park graduated from SU in 1997. Commentslast_img read more

Juventus Secure 7th Consecutive Win

first_imgJuventus made it seven wins in a row at the start of the Serie A season, coming from behind to beat second-placed Napoli and move six points clear. The visitors led when Dries Mertens tapped into an empty net.Cristiano Ronaldo had a hand in all three Juve goals, first crossing for Mario Mandzukic to head an equaliser.He had a shot come off the post, with Mandzukic scoring the rebound – and then Ronaldo flicked a header on for Leonardo Bonucci to score. Cristiano Ronaldo (centre) celebrates with his Juventus teammate Napoli ended with 10 men after Mario Rui was shown a second yellow card, for a foul on Paulo Dybala, with the score 2-1.Juventus, who are looking for an eighth consecutive league title, rode their luck at 0-0 – with Piotr Zielinski’s long-range strike hitting the post for Napoli.Ronaldo has only scored in two of his eight Juventus games, although he was lively at the Allianz Stadium. As well as creating all three, he had chances to score himself – with five shots on target.They have won all eight games this season, including the 2-0 win over Valencia in the Champions League, where Ronaldo was sent off.Earlier in the day, Roma beat Lazio 3-1 in the capital derby. Lorenzo Pellegrini gave them the lead, with Ciro Immobile equalising. But former Premier League defenders Aleksandar Kolarov and Federico Fazio netted to give Roma victory.Inter Milan picked up their fourth victory in their last five games with a 2-0 win over Cagliari – Lautaro Martinez and Matteo Politano netting for the home side.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more