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  • DMV Road Tests Back On Following COVID-19 Shutdown

    first_imgShare: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) WNY News Now Image.JAMESTOWN – Those looking to get their drivers licenses in New York State will now be able to schedule road tests following the COVID-19 shutdown.Chautauqua County Clerk Larry Barmore in a news release on Tuesday said starting today road tests are being scheduled in the county for CDL, class D and class M licenses.Barmore says the state is first giving preference to those who had a scheduled appointment canceled because of COVID-19.“Albany is contacting those persons at this time,” said Barmore. “The best way to schedule an appointment at this time is online at dmv.ny.gov. Once on the website click on Licenses, Permits and IDs. On the drop down box click on Learner’s Permits or CDL and scroll down until you see ‘Schedule a road test.’” The Clerk says on the day of the test residents must arrive with only their driver and no extra passengers.They are also required to wear a mask and be prepared to wipe down the passenger seat with disinfectant for the test monitor.On Monday, the county’s DMVs reopened to some in person services.last_img read more

  • Homeless man beat woman to death, left body inside burning home

    first_imgAccording to a Delray Beach police report, surveillance video showed Lee walking with Passick in the area shortly before the fire.When detectives questioned Lee about Passick, he admitted that they walked to the home together to use heroin.“We were high, and I was paranoid, and I thought she had took something from me and I couldn’t find it,” Lee told detectives, according to the report.Lee, believing she had taken one of his heroin capsules, said they argued and she got “smart,” so he “snapped,” shoving her to the ground and punching her, police said.Then, Lee told detectives, he grabbed a metal object and beat her too many times to remember, saying he “just zoned out and kept hitting her,” police said.“I was like in a rage,” Lee said, according to the report.By the time he realized a fire had started, Lee took off, but he denied starting the fire, police said.An autopsy determined that Passick died of multiple blunt-force trauma.Lee was being held without bond Wednesday morning at the main Palm Beach County jail. A homeless man confessed to beating a woman to death and then leaving her in an abandoned home that caught fire, police say.Sherric Lee, 31, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of Stacey Passick, 53, whose body was found Monday inside a Delray Beach home. Death inside burning home being investigated as a homicidelast_img read more

  • Deputies Arrest Suspected Human Trafficker, Recover Three Kids After Crash in North Florida

    first_imgFlorida deputies report that three minors are safe, following a burglary and high-speed chase that ended in a crash in Jackson County on Wednesday.According to deputies, the suspect, who was identified as Domingo Morales Hamilton Fernando, drove away when they initially tried to talk to him after a burglary had occurred nearby.A chase ensued before he lost control of his car and crashed near the intersection of Dogwood Drive and Old Greenwood Road, according to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.Deputies took him into custody.In addition, officials say a 17-year-old girl crawled out of the car, and a 2-year-old child was found standing in the backseat. Meanwhile, a 3-year-old child was thrown from the car into the grass.All three children were “miraculously” unharmed, deputies say.The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office was unaware the minors were in the vehicle during the chase, else they would have not allowed it to continue.Hamilton Fernando is in critical condition. He is wanted for being in the country illegally, according to the Department of Homeland Security.Authorities have also been pursuing him in connection to human trafficking and smuggling.last_img read more

  • DONEGAL CULTURE: CHECK OUT SOME OF THE AMAZING ACTS PERFORMING IN DONEGAL THIS SUMMER

    first_imgDONEGAL CULTURE: This summer there are some incredible festivals and concerts coming to Donegal, and below is a complete guide to all of them! Lisa Hannigan @ the Balor Arts Centre, Ballybofey, Sunday 19 June, 8pm: Lisa Hannigan first played the Balor in July 2008 prior to the release of her debut solo album Sea Sew, which went double platinum, was nominated for the Choice Music Prize in Ireland and the Mercury Prize in the UK.Her follow up Passenger went straight in at Number 1 on it’s first week of release and earned Lisa another Choice Music Prize Nomination.With a long awaited 3rd studio album set for release in 2016 the Balor is delighted to welcome Lisa back for what promises to be one of the musical highlights in Donegal this year.http://balorartscentre.com for info and booking Sea Sessions, Bundoran, Friday 24 – Sunday 26 June: The headlining acts at this year’s Sea Sessions, Ireland’s premier music, camping and surfing life-style event, are Gavin James on Friday, Primal Scream on Saturday and Tinie Tempah on Sunday.After a successful 2015 which saw Gavin James perform to over 1 million people around the world and support acts including Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and Taylor Swift, he embarks on his first European headline tour in 2016.Primal Scream formed in the 80’ and after two Indie Rock albums they got Andrew Weatherhall to produce their 3rd Screamadelica.Relased in 1991 it won The Mercury Music Prize and is regarded as one the best albums of the 1990’s.Tinie Tempah is one of the most successful acts on the planet at present, his No.1 debut album, Disc-Overy has sold 1.2 million copies, he has sold 4 million singles and received 12 major awards (including two BRITS, three MOBOs and an Ivor Novello). http://seasessions.com for info and bookingSwell Festival, Arranmore Island, Friday 8 – Sunday 10 July:The annual music and arts festival brings 80+ acts performing rock, indie, folk, electronica and traditional music, spoken word, comedy, dance and circus performance to Arranmore Island, with camping available onsite.This year’s attractions include The Mountain Stage with Donal Dineen, New Jackson (DJ Set), Strength and Shammen Delly on Saturday and Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Árchú, Joy Dunlop and Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhríde on Sunday. http://swellfestival.com for info and bookingDonegal International Folk & Roots, Letterkenny, Wednesday 13 – Sunday 17 July:The second annual Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend is one of the biggest music festivals ever held in Letterkenny.It features a jam-packed five-day programme of talks, music sessions, busking and concerts in a variety of international folk and roots styles including the first ever Irish concert by Chouk Bwa Libète, one of the foremost Haitian Voodoo bands.There is a special focus this year on Irish & English Folk song as part of the Ireland 2016 centenary programme.The majority of concerts and talks are held at the Regional Cultural Centre with the final gala concert ‘Home to Ballybeg’, a tribute to Brian Friel by Manus Lunny, taking place at An Grianán Theatre on Sunday 17th.http://eaf.ie for info and bookingLynched performing on later with Jools Holland.Wild Atlantic Weekend, Malin & Culdaff, Friday 22 – Sunday 24 July:The final weekend of the Earagail Arts Festival features three great gigs and a Village Fair in North Inishowen.There is a special  home-coming concert with the Henry Girls in a circus tent on Malin’s Village Green on Friday evening followed by two afternoons featuring some of the funniest, most gravity defying and imaginative street and circus performers from across the island of Ireland.There are two great gigs at McGrory’s Culdaff, with the specially commissioned In the Shadows of Steam on Saturday and Vieux Farka Toure ‘the Hendrix of the Sahara’ on Sunday.http://eaf.ie for info and bookingDONEGAL CULTURE: CHECK OUT SOME OF THE AMAZING ACTS PERFORMING IN DONEGAL THIS SUMMER was last modified: June 10th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ConcertsDonegal CultureEntertainmentFeaturesFESTIVALSnewslast_img read more