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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Plainview woman has admitted to killing her disabled 8-year-old daughter on the day the victim was supposed to be the flower girl at her uncle’s wedding four years ago.Veronica Cirella pleaded guilty Thursday at Nassau County court to first-degree manslaughter.“Julie Cirella’s young life was cut tragically short by the one person who should have protected her, her mother,” Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said.The uncle found the girl, who suffered from cerebral palsy, and her 34-year-old mother unconscious in their home on July 23, 2011. Veronica had a wire tied around her neck, a suicide note nearby and her daughter was not breathing. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.Cirella’s attorney argued that the the death wasn’t intentional, saying that mother fed her M&Ms with peanuts as a treat the night before the wedding, but when she realized that they contained peanuts that the girl was allergic to, she gave the victim liquid Benadryl to counter the affects. The mother awoke the next morning to find her daughter dead.Judge Philip Grella is expected to sentence Cirella to 12 years in prison on June 30.
8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details Thank you for tuning in to episode 41 of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Hosted by Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. Today Randy is talking to Miriam De Dios Woodward, the President and CEO of PolicyWorks.Regulatory compliance challenges that confront credit unions change and grow every year. Miriam believes in the value credit unions bring and is dedicated to helping them navigate the changing tides of these issues.Miriam discusses the need for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and how credit unions will need to change their mindset to stay relevant in today’s market. She says, don’t let the compliance burden overwhelm your business. There are excellent resources out there to help you, so take advantage of them.Randy and Miriam have a conversation about leadership and leading from a place of abundance instead of limitations. They discuss the personal connections you get with people in the credit union industry and how that was one of the things that pulled her into a career with credit unions from the beginning.Miriam has excellent insights into finding balance with a career and a new baby, making personal development a priority throughout your career and embracing change. This episode is packed with information that can help you take your job to the next level. You won’t want to miss a single word. Enjoy!Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher How to find Miriam:Miriam De Dios Woodward, President and CEO of PolicyWorksmiriam.firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkedin | Twitter Show notes from this episode:Check out all the great work Miriam and her team are doing at PolicyWorks for credit unions.Find out about more of Miriam here.Shout-out: Coopera where Miriam was the president and CEO.Shout-out: Warren and Christina MorrowAlbum mentioned: Pies Descalzos by SHAKIRABook mentioned: Strengthsfinder by Tom RathBook mentioned: Emotional Intelligence by Daniel GolemanBook mentioned: Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead by Sheryl SandbergBook mentioned: The Trusted Advisor by David MaisterBook mentioned: Servant Leadership by Ken BlanchardBook mentioned: Becoming by Michelle ObamaBoth of us are big Audible fans.Previous guests mentioned in this episode: Jill Nowacki (episodes 4, 18 & 37)You can find all past episodes of The CUInsight Experience here. In This Episode:[01:24] – Miriam, I am so excited to have you on the show![02:03] – Randy and Miriam discuss her transition from Coopera to its larger sister company PolicyWorks.[04:01] – What challenges do credit unions have with regulations and compliance issues? What is PolicyWorks doing to help?[06:27] – Miriam talks about her need to learn and get involved in organizations that she feels she can help.[07:46] – Parenting her infant daughter is her passion right now; being a new mom takes much time.[09:20] – At what level do diversity, equity, and inclusion start? How does it start?[10:16] – What belief in credit unions will have to change to stay relevant fundamentally?[11:40] – Being proactive with compliance is a mindset that can be beneficial.[12:27] – Miriam tells us a story about how she started her career in credit unions.[14:16] – Her inspiration in credit unions has not changed; she loves the personal connection of the mission-driven industry that credit unions are.[15:58] – Connecting with people and her team was one of the first things she did as the leader of PolicyWorks.[17:17] – What would your team say about your leadership style?[18:03] – Embracing change is something her team has heard her say over and over as she learns her way in this new position.[19:02] – Young leaders seem to make the mistake of not connecting with new people and trying to fit in when they should let their differences shine.[21:12] – What failures did you have earlier in your career that you have learned from?[22:31] – She was told early in her career always to make the time for personal development and lead from the place of abundance instead of limitations.[24:41] – How do you keep your message fresh? PolicyWorks message?[26:24] – Miriam makes time to travel with her family on her free days, a road trip, or just a new experience.[27:28] – What was the first time you got into memorable trouble?[28:13] – She needs a green shake or smoothie every morning, or it throws off her day.[29:18] – Her favorite album?[30:45] – What book have you gifted the most? What is your favorite book to read?[31:56] – Family time is the most important thing to her, so she tries to be strategic with things outside of them.[33:45] – When you hear the word success who comes to mind?[34:31] – Any final thoughts or asks for your listeners?
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Greensburg, IN – Friday evening, Greensburg Police Department officers and Decatur County Sheriff Department deputies were dispatched to Colonial Manor off of Davidson Street in reference to a robbery involving a firearm.The initial report from a female caller was that three males broke into an apartment and took an item. While in the apartment, the caller alleges that one of the males brandished a firearm before fleeing. When the officers arrived on the scene, a Decatur County Sheriff’s Deputy and a Greensburg Officer were able to locate and detain one male running from the apartments. The officers allege this suspect had a firearm, which officers located during the search of the area.Other responding officers were advised by members of the public that a vehicle had pulled into a housing addition and two males fled from the vehicle. Officers from both departments set a perimeter and Greensburg K-9 Officer Mitch Tuttle and K-9 Hercules were called to the scene to begin a track. During this search, officers were able to locate another male hiding in a pine tree in the area, and he was taken into custody. Officer Tuttle and Hercules then continued their search, in which the third male was located hiding under a residence’s back porch.At this time, this case is still an active investigation and not all details can be released but Chief Brendan Bridges stated that the female caller knew the alleged robbers and this was not a random crime. During the investigation, four individuals were arrested and transported to the Decatur County Jail. Jaron Markland, of Greensburg, was charged on allegations of Dealing in Marijuana and Dealing in a Controlled SubstanceMaxwell Higgins, of Louisville, Kentucky, was charged on allegations of Robbery with a Firearm, Burglary with a Firearm, Criminal Recklessness, Criminal Confinement with a Firearm, and Intimidation with a FirearmSherquan Malone, of Louisville, Kentucky, was charged on allegations of Robbery with a Firearm, Burglary with a Firearm, Criminal Recklessness, Criminal Confinement with a Firearm, and Intimidation with a FirearmBrandon Mitchel,l of Louisville, Kentucky, was charged on allegations of Robbery with a Firearm, Burglary with a Firearm, Criminal Recklessness, Criminal Confinement with a Firearm, and Intimidation with a Firearm
“This is a proud moment for myself, my family and friends and I am really happy to have signed my second contract with the club,” Adrian said. “I feel really happy for the club and the fans. I never imagined this kind of relationship with the fans. I spent 16 years at Real Betis and it was difficult to leave your home. But from the moment I arrived in London the West Ham fans had a special relationship with me. “For me this is a really good moment and I just want to enjoy it. This is my third season here and I want to stay here for a long time.” West Ham have enjoyed a strong start to the season and currently sit third in the Barclays Premier League table ahead of Saturday’s visit to Sunderland. The club are also set to move into the Olympic Stadium for the start of the 2016/17 campaign and Adrian admits their new home was a factor in his decision. “Next season is really important for the club,” Adrian said. “I have enjoyed playing at Upton Park and I want to enjoy playing in the new stadium. “It is a big step for the club and I am really excited about this moment.” Adrian has committed to remaining in east London until 2017 while the Hammers have the option to extend the Spaniard’s stay by a further two years. The 28-year-old moved to West Ham from Real Betis in June 2013 and has since cemented his place as the club’s first-choice stopper. Press Association West Ham goalkeeper Adrian has signed a new two-year contract with the club.
8 May 2015 Read the England Golf Annual Review The England Golf Annual Review of 2014 – which charts the organisation’s progress over the year – is now available to view or download.The Review reports on the launch of the England Golf strategic plan, Raising Our Game, and reflects the progress made towards its aim of creating an even brighter future for the game.The plan sets out a vision of England Golf working at the heart of a network of partners and has seven key themes which are all featured in the review: more players, more members, stronger clubs, winning golfers, outstanding championships, improved image and excellent governance.David Joy, the England Golf Chief Executive, highlights the “great progress” made in 2014 and comments: “2015 is sure to be another busy and exciting year for all of those involved in England Golf. I am confident that by working together we will again make great progress.”Click here to view or download the Annual Review 2014