Advertisement TAGSAlicia BroughAmy Hinesfeaturedfull-imageJohn GearymurderNewcastle WestReece HinesSarah Hines No vaccines in Limerick yet NewsCrime & CourtLimerick man admits murdering two women and two childrenBy Editor – June 17, 2013 705 WhatsApp Twitter Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Linkedin Facebook Print Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Shannondoc operating but only by appointment John Geary who pleaded guilty to murdering four people in Newcastle West on November 15, 2010.A Limerick man has pleaded guilty to murdering four people including his former partner and their five month old baby daughter.John Geary (33) of Meadow Court, Newcastle West has been remanded in custody for sentencing next month.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Appearing at the Central Criminal Court earlier today, Geary remained seated in the dock as the four murder charges were read out by the registrar in court. He replied guilty to each charge.The victims are his ex-partner Sarah Hines; their five-month-old baby daughter, Amy; her three-year-old brother, Reece and 20-year-old Alicia Brough.All four were stabbed to death at a house in Hazelgrove, Newcastle West on November 15, 2010. Geary was arrested the following day and charged with their murders.Mr Justice Paul Carney remanded him in custody for sentencing on July 8. As a result of his guilty plea, he now faces a life sentence on all charges. Previous articleLimerick village gears up for historic Kennedy visitNext articleLimerick nightclub venue set to reopen Editor First Irish death from Coronavirus
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The U.S. Supreme Court today denied an appeal from the American Bankers Association (ABA) to void NCUA field of membership (FOM) rule, a decision that marks the end of bankers’ nearly four-year battle to undo NCUA’s FOM rule finalized in October 2016. CUNA has long supported the rule and NCUA’s authority to provide oversight for the credit union industry.“Today is a great day for anyone hoping to access the financial well-being afforded by credit unions,” said CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle. “In denying the bankers’ lawsuit, the Court has established credit unions’ mission and structure as part the fabric of America. In recognizing the NCUA’s right to oversee our system, the Court has also established a much-needed firewall from spurious attacks by the bankers. CUNA looks forward to working with the NCUA and credit unions to find new opportunities to expand people-over-profit financial services to communities across the country, and thanks the Court for today’s decision.”The ABA filed suit against NCUA two months after the rule was finalized in 2016. The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia overturned several parts of the rule in a March 2018 ruling, but nearly all portions of the rule were upheld in an August 2019 decision by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
That’s despite manager Jose Mourinho claiming it’s “very difficult” but not impossible that the midfielder will play for the Old Trafford club again.The former Germany captain signed a three-year contract last summer, but has trained alone since the start of the season.
Over the course of early signing period, we’ll see which coaches get their classes off to strong starts, and which will face an uphill climb after losing out their targets.With that, here are the top 100 recruits to keep an eye on as college football’s early signing period commences (all rankings 247Sports Composite). MORE: Follow SN’s live early signing period trackerTop 100 college football recruits 20205-star recruits1. Bryan Bresee, (No. 1 DT)2. Julian Fleming, (No. 1 WR)3. Myles Murphy, (No. 1 SDE)4. Justin Flowe, (No. 1 ILB)5. Jordan Burch, (No. 2 SDE)6. Bryce Young, (No. 1 DUAL)7. Paris Johnson Jr., (No. 1 OT)8. Kelee Ringo, (No. CB)9. Arik Gilbert, (No. 1 TE)10. Darnell Washington, (No. 1 ATH)11. Sav’ell Smalls, (No. 1 OLB)12. Elias Ricks, (No. 2 CB)13. DJ Uiagalelei, (No. 13 PRO)14. Zachary Evans, (No. 1 RB)15. Bijan Robinson, (No. 2 RB)16. Demarkcus Bowman, (No. 3 RB)17. Chris Braswell, (No. 1 WDE)18. Mekhail Sherman, (No. 2 OLB)19. Broderick Jones, (No. 2 OT)20. Rakim Jarrett, (No. 2 WR)21. Drew Sanders, (No. 2 ATH)22. Demond Demas, (No. 3 WR)23. Noah Sewell, (No. 2 ILB)24. Demonte Capehart, (No. 2 DT)25. Chris Tyree, (No. 1 APB)26. Fred Davis II, (No. 3 CB)27. Tank Bigsby, (No. 4 RB)28. Jordan Johnson, (No. 4 WR)4-star recruits29. Trenton Simpson, (No. 3 OLB)30. Jaylon Jones, (No. 1 S)31. Gervon Dexter, (No. 3 DT)32. Desmond Evans, (No. 2 WDE)33. Jaxon Smith-Njigba, (No. 5 WR)34. Demouy Kennedy, (No. 3 ILB)35. Don Chaney Jr., (No. 5 RB)36. Tate Ratledge, (No. 3 OT)37. Kendall Milton, (No. 6 RB)38. Turner Corcoran, (No. 4 OT)39. MarShawn Lloyd, (No. 7 RB)40. Kayshon Boutte, (No. 6 WR)41. Marcus Rosemy, (No. 7 WR)42. Phillip Webb, (No. 4 OLB)43. Jase McClellan, (No. 8 RB)44. Curtis Jacobs, (No. 5 OLB)45. Justin Rogers, (No. 4 DT)46. Quandarrius Robinson, (No. 6 OLB)47. Clark Phillips III, (No. 4 CB)48. Michael Mayer, (No. 2 TE)49. Jaquelin Roy, (No. 5 DT)50. Demorie Tate, (No. 5 CB)51. Nate Anderson, (No. OG)52. Jermaine Burton, (No. 8 WR)53. Jalen Carter, (No. 6 DT)54. Donell Harris, (No. 3 WDE)55. Avantae Williams, (No. 2 S)56. Walker Parks, (No. 5 OT)57. Gary Bryant Jr., (No. 9 WR)58. Brian Branch, (No. 3 S)59. Xzavier Henderson, (No. 10 WR)60. Andrew Gentry, (No. 6 OT)61. Jalen McMillan, (No. 11 WR)62. Gee Scott Jr., (No. 12 WR)63. Hudson Card, (No. 2 DUAL)64. Antoine Sampah, (No. 4 ILB)65. Luke Doty, (No. 3 DUAL)66. Keshawn Lawrence, (No. 4 S)67. Tosh Baker, (No. 7 OT)68. Myles Hinton, (No. 8 OT)69. Quentin Johnston, (No. 13 WR)70. Trey Wedig, (No. 9 OT)71. Alfred Collins, (No. 3 SDE)72. Arian Smith, (No. 14 WR)73. Haynes King, (No. 4 DUAL)74. Garrett Hayes, (No. 10 OT)75. Ja’Quinden Jackson, (No. 3 ATH)76. Dontae Manning, (No. 6 CB)77. Chantz Williams, (No. 4 WDE)78. Will Anderson, (No. 5 WDE)79. Lathan Ransom, (No. 5 S)80. Daniyel Ngata, (No. 2 APB)81. Derek Wingo, (No. 7 OLB)82. Mookie Cooper, (No. 15 WR)83. CJ Stroud, (No. 2 PRO)84. Theo Johnson, (No. 3 TE)85. Timothy Smith, (No. 7 DT)86. Roydell Williams, (No. 9 RB)87. Tre Williams, (No. 8 DT)88. Andrew Raym, (No. 2 OG)89. Johnny Wilson, (No. 16 WR)90. Reggie Grimes, (No. 6 WDE)91. Jordan Toles, (No. 6 S)92. A.J. Henning, (No. 17 WR)93. Kobe Hudson, (No. 18 WR)94. Myles Murao, (No. 1 C)95. Wesley Steiner, (No. 5 ILB)96. Luke Wypler, (No. 2 C)97. Marcus Dumervil, (No. 11 OT)98. E.J. Williams, (No. 19 WR)99. Antonio Doyle, (No. 8 OLB)100. Paul Tchio, (No. 3 OG)2020 college football recruits: Ranking top 100 players by positionDual-threat quarterbacksPlayer (overall rank)1. Bryce Young (No. 6)2. Hudson Card (No. 63)3. Luke Doty (No. 65)4. Haynes King (No. 73)Pro-style 1uarterbacksPlayer (overall rank)1. DJ Uiagalelei (No. 13)2. CJ Stroud (No. 83)Running backsPlayer (overall rank)1. Zachary Evans (No. 14)2. Bijan Robinson (No. 15)3. Demarkcus Bowman (No. 16)4. Tank Bigsby (No. 27)5. Don Chaney Jr. (No. 35)6. Kendall Milton (No. 37)7. MarShawn Lloyd (No. 39)8. Jase McClellan (No. 43)9. Roydell Williams (No. 86)All-purpose backsPlayer (overall rank)1. Chris Tyree (No. 25)2. Daniyel Ngata (No. 80)AthletesPlayer (overall rank)1. Darnell Washington (No. 10)2. Drew Sanders (No. 21)3. Ja’Quinden Jackson (No. 75)Wide receiversPlayer (overall rank)1. Julian Fleming (No. 2)2. Rakim Jarrett (No. 20)3. Demond Demas (No. 22)4. Jordan Johnson (No. 28)5. Jaxon Smith-Njigba (No. 33)6. Kayshon Boutte (No. 40)7. Marcus Rosemy (No. 41)8. Jermaine Burton (No. 52)9. Gary Bryant Jr. (No. 57)10. Xzavier Henderson (No. 59)11. Jalen McMillan (No. 61)12. Gee Scott Jr. (No. 62)13. Quentin Johnston (No. 69)14. Arian Smith (No. 72)15. Mookie Cooper (No. 82)16. Johnny Wilson (No. 89)17. A.J. Henning (No. 92)18. Kobe Hudson (No. 93)19. E.J. Williams (No. 98)Tight endsPlayer (overall rank)1. Arik Gilbert (No. 9)2. Michael Mayer (No. 48)3. Theo Johnson (No. 84)Offensive tacklesPlayer (overall rank)1. Paris Johnson Jr. (No. 7)2. Broderick Jones (No. 19)3. Tate Ratledge (No. 36)4. Turner Corcoran (No. 38)5. Walker Parks (No. 56)6. Andrew Gentry (No. 60)7. Tosh Baker (No. 67)8. Myles Hinton (No. 68)9. Trey Wedig (No. 70)10. Garrett Hayes (No. 74)11. Marcus Dumervil (No. 97)GuardsPlayer (overall rank)1. Nate Anderson (No. 51)2. Andrew Raym (No. 88)3. Paul Tchio (No. 100)CentersPlayer (overall rank)1. Myles Murao (No. 94)2. Luke Wypler (No. 96)Strong-side defensive endPlayer (overall rank)1. Myles Murphy (No. 3)2. Jordan Burch (No. 5)3. Alfred Collins (No. 71)Weak-side defensive endPlayer (overall rank)1. Chris Braswell (No. 17)2. Desmond Evans (No. 32)3. Donell Harris (No. 54)4. Chantz Williams (No. 77)5. Will Anderson (No. 78)6. Reggie Grimes (No. 90)Defensive tacklesPlayer (overall rank)1. Bryan Bresee (No. 1)2. Demonte Capehart (No. 24)3. Gervon Dexter (No. 31)4. Justin Rogers (No. 45)5. Jaquelin Roy (No. 49)6. Jalen Carter (No. 53)7. Timothy Smith (No. 85)8. Tre Williams (No. 87)Inside linebackersPlayer (overall rank)1. Justin Flowe (No. 4)2. Noah Sewell (No. 23)3. Demouy Kennedy (No. 34)4. Antoine Sampah (No. 64)5. Wesley Steiner (No. 95)Outside linebackersPlayer (overall rank)1. Sav’ell Smalls (No. 11)2. Mekhail Sherman (No. 18)3. Trenton Simpson (No. 29)4. Phillip Webb (No. 42)5. Curtis Jacobs (No. 44)6. Quandarrius Robinson (No. 46)7. Derek Wingo (No. 81)8. Antonio Doyle (No. 99)CornerbacksPlayer (overall rank)1. Kelee Ringo (No. 8)2. Elias Ricks (No. 12)3. Fred Davis II (No. 26)4. Clark Phillips III (No. 47)5. Demorie Tate (No. 50)6. Dontae Manning (No. 76)SafetiesPlayer (overall rank)1. Jaylon Jones (No. 30)2. Avantae Williams (No. 55)3. Brian Branch (No. 58)4. Keshawn Lawrence (No. 66)5. Lathan Ransom (No. 79)6. Jordan Toles (No. 91) The early signing period is here, when many of the top 2020 recruits in the nation will sign their letters of intent and set their college commitments in stone.This is the third year of the NCAA’s early signing period; previously, athletes had to wait until February to put pen to paper. Many still will delay their decision until the turn of the calendar, but the early signing period still can go a long way in determining which schools will pull in the top classes.
Beachgoers in Delray Beach were met with an unsettling surprise after a pair of dead sharks washed ashore, Tuesday morning.The sharks were reportedly spotted near the shoreline on the north end of Delray Beach.One of the sharks appeared to be a baby while the other one was said to be full grown.The sharks did not wash-up together as the baby was reportedly more decomposed than the other.The Ocean Rescue division of the Delray Beach Fire Department said crews were dispatched to remove the dead sharks.“Ocean Rescue officials said if you see dead sharks along the beach, call the agency right away at 561-243-7352.”
Hollander filed a lawsuit Monday in Miami-Dade County court against both Live Nation and Madonna.He alleges that the change in start times for her Madame X Tour is a breach of contract made between the singer and the ticket buyer.In August, when Hollander bought the tickets to Madonna’s December 17 show at the Fillmore Miami Beach, the concert was scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m., the lawsuit alleges.But on October 23, Madonna and Live Nation changed the start time for that show and several others to 10:30 p.m., the suit alleges.For those like Hollander, who bought tickets and now don’t want to attend a concert that late, a refund has not been offered, he alleges.And attempts to resell won’t make up for the money lost, as tickets have now “suffered an extreme loss of value” because of the time change, he alleges.That makes reselling “impossible,” he said.Hollander originally bought three tickets to Madonna’s Miami Beach show, spending $1,024.95, he says in the filing.But, since the show is now starting later than originally planned, he claims that he and other ticket holders “suffered actual and consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of consideration paid and the devaluation of the ticket.” Five hundred refunds have been given out since the class action lawsuit was filed, but Hollander is also suing for damages. “There’s something that you all need to understand,” Madonna said during her Las Vegas concert, while perched atop a piano, legs swinging. “And that is, that a queen is never late.” A Miami Madonna fan, Nate Hollander, is suing the singer because the Material Girl is a night owl.
More than 1,300 residents of one central Florida city are about to receive an unexpected letter about a Thanksgiving gift made by their church.According to a report in The Lakeland Ledger, the congregation of Access Church just paid off $1.62 million of outstanding medical debt for low-income residents of Lakeland.Ryan Jordan, the executive pastor at Access Church, says a member raised the idea earlier this year of finding a way to address medical debts. Access Church then partnered with New York-based nonprofit organization RIP Medical Debt to look into the past-due medical debts that were owed by Lakeland city residents who have incomes at or below 50 percent of the federal poverty line. The total was more than $3 million.
Broward County police are investigating an incident that left a masked intruder dead on Saturday.According to police officials, a homeowner opened fire after someone tried to get into his Lauderhill home. The homeowner and intruder exchanged gun shots.When police arrived, they found the intruder dead inside the Lauderhill home.Police are still investigating the incident.Follow 850 WFTL for updates.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will have two Palm Beach County judges to choose from when he makes the next selections to Florida’s Supreme Court.On Thursday, a selection committee nominated Circuit Judge Renatha Francis and 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Jonathan Gerber to a list of nine candidates from which DeSantis will choose to fill two vacancies on the state’s highest court.However, Francis is legally barred from taking office at this time.According to the Florida Constitution, a Supreme Court justice must have already been a member of the Florida Bar for 10 years.Francis, who graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law a decade ago, will not reach that milestone until September 24 of this year.During her interview with the committee earlier this month, Francis acknowledged that she is not currently eligible to serve. However, she said the Constitution does not block her from applying, but only from taking office.She told them, “If I had the privilege of being nominated by you and being selected by the governor, I would take the commission and the office on September 24, 2020. I’m currently in my 10th year as a Florida Bar member. I would complete my 10th year at that time. In terms of the eligibility to serve, I don’t think there is anything that would be an impediment for me to do that,” Francis added.DeSantis has 60 days to select replacements for departing Justices Barbara Lagoa and Robert Luck, who were elevated to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals last fall by President Trump. If DeSantis selects Francis, the seat would need to remain vacant for approximately six months.Since she already was working as a judge, committee members said she was eminently qualified. She took office in November.During her interview for the Supreme Court position, Francis referenced her appointment to the county’s circuit bench. She said, “I have the unique experience of being a judge in two of the largest counties in Florida — Palm Beach County and Miami-Dade.”Francis also brought up her experience working as a small business owner during college, handling legal briefs at a Miami-Dade appeals court for seven years, as well as work she did for a private law firm that handles insurance cases.“Collectively, these experiences show that I’m a diverse candidate — not only in terms of being ethnically and racially diverse and by gender — but also by experience. I think I lend something unique to that body that can only help strengthen it,” she added.Gerber, who was passed over when DeSantis appointed three justices back in 2018, spent five years on the circuit bench before he was elevated to the West Palm Beach-based appeals court in 2009. As chief judge, he supervised the building of the appeals court’s new facility.The court’s rules require that one of the two vacancies be filled by someone who lives in either Miami-Dade or Monroe counties. The nominees who live in Miami include Eliot Pedrosa, executive director of the Inter-American Development Bank; John Couriel, an attorney with the Kobre & Kim law firm and 3rd District Appeal Court Judge Norma Lindsey.In addition, 1st District Court of Appeal Court Judges Timothy Osterhaus and Lori Rowe and 5th District Court of Appeal Judge Jamie Grosshans are under consideration.Other Palm Beach County judges and attorneys who applied for the positions but were not selected include: attorney Manuel Farach, 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Jeffrey Kuntz; retired Circuit Judge Jack Schramm Cox and Circuit Judges Howard Coates and Cymonie Rowe.
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