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first_img Facebook By Tommie Lee – June 3, 2020 0 345 Google+ Photographer: https://goo.gl/o3Qz4D (Jorge Gonzalez) License: https://goo.gl/cOVloC A popular local restaurant says they will have to shut down temporarily due to their struggles during the pandemic.Corby’s Irish Pub in downtown South Bend told WSBT that the closure will happen immediately because they are unable to provide the same quality experience their guests are accustomed to.They hope to reopen their doors in July. Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Corby’s Irish Pub closes until at least July Facebook Previous articleWrong way driver arrested after crash on I-94 in LaPorte CountyNext articleElkhart County passes St. Joseph County in COVID cases Tommie Lee Pinterest CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market WhatsApplast_img read more

first_img View Comments Broadway.com has gone to the dogs (and cats!) in honor of Broadway Barks, the 16th annual adoption event that helps pets of all shapes and sizes find homes. The event kicks off on July 12 at 3 PM, but we can’t wait until then to salute our furry friends. So, we want to know, of all the animal characters featured Broadway shows, from the studious Doctor Dillamond in Wicked to the glamorous Grizabella in Cats, which would you like to adopt and bring home with you? Do you want to have “Suppertime” with Snoopy from You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown? Go “Under the Sea” with Sebastian from The Little Mermaid? Browse porn on the internet with Trekkie Monster from Avenue Q? Cast your vote below!last_img

first_imgSome of the tools donated to the residents to enhance their clean-up exercises.Residents at the back of the United Methodist Church Headquarters in Sinkor, Monrovia have commenced a community garden and sanitation project with the aim to keep the community clean of weeds.The project site covers the area of Cheeseman Avenue, between 10th and 13 Streets. The initial financing of the project in the form of donation of nearly US$300 worth of tools and other materials was provided by a newly launched not-for-profit corporation, Jersey-Liberia, Incorporated (JLI), founded by former Monsterrado County Superintendent Rupel E. Marshall, Sr.During the recent launch of the project in the Marshall Compound in Sinkor, Mr. Marshall informed residents that through JLI, he is ready to join them and others to keep the community clean and promote economic empowerment of the residents.Marshall explained that JLI was formed to carry out charitable, humanitarian and economic activities that would improve communities, and advance the lives of the residents.He declared that the corporation takes its name from President George Weah’s call made during his inauguration that all Liberians are to now wear [team] Jersey-Liberia, meaning Liberians should be united and work towards the development of the country through peace and capacity-building.Jersey-Liberia, Inc. was incorporated on May 28, 2018, in Monrovia by Rupel E. Marshall, Sr., J. Nathaniel Griggs and Roseda E. Marshall.One of the incorporators, J. Nathaniel Griggs, who spoke at the launch, said that its operations shall allow resources put into the project be effectively tailored to bring maximum benefits to the residents by leading with accountability. He said others shall be more willing to contribute to the work of an entity that will exercise transparency, instead of to an individual that will do otherwise.Mr. Elijah Yanquoi, who received the donation from JLI on behalf of the residents, thanked the leaders of JLI for providing the tools to keep their community clean and improve their lives.Yanquoi promised to immediately begin using the materials, and to also protect them from misuse and theft.Those leading the organization are the president and CEO, J. Nathaniel Griggs, Chief Financial Officer; Roseda E. Marshall, Advisor, Frederick A. Marshall, JLI’s Representative in the U.S.; J. Momolu Ballie, Chief Auditor; A. Bobby Carter, Desk Officer for Social and Entertainment Affairs and Shadrach Gaylah, Desk Officer for Cultural Affairs.The current membership of JLI includes Richard Mayou, Elizah B. Yankun, Amelia Jumah Kaizolu, Musu Koroma, Hawa Kennah, Monica Tarr, T. Boye Nelson, Nathan Davies, Isaac Foster, Victoria Marshall, A. Bobby Carter, Rev. Winstor Gargar, J. Momolu Ballie, Sia Hallie, David Kpoto, Mariama T. Johnny and Shadrack Gaylah.Others residing in the United States who registered their membership through contact with Frederick Marshall are Landon White, Craig Westcott, Todd Bradgon and Michael Bailey.The launching of Jersey Liberia, Inc. was climaxed by a sumptuous reception.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgWest Ham are poised to make a move for former Manchester City striker Valeri Bojinov.Reports in Bulgaria suggest the talented forward has already travelled to London to discuss terms of a free transfer to the east London club.Sam Allardyce has already brought in Enner Valencia, Mauro Zarate and Diafra Sakho as he looks to solve the goalscoring problems in his team.But with club record signing Andy Carroll ruled out for four months with ankle ligament damage and Valencia still short of match fitness, the Hammers boss would welcome the chance to bring in another proven forward.Bojinov, 28, currently plays for Levski Sofia but will be allowed to leave for nothing, and sporting director Georgi Ivanov confirmed the player has been allowed to open talks over a move back to the Premier League.Ivanov, speaking on Bulgarian National Radio, said: “We had to let him go because we have an agreement.“I allowed him to travel to England because I am contractually required to do so. But he remains a Levski player until he signs with another team.” 1 Valeri Bojinov last_img read more

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