WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Sunday, January 20, 2019:A jeep crashed into a snow bank on Richmond Street. Driver suffered a “medical issue,” but no injuries from the crash. Driver was transported by the Fire Department. DPW cleaned roadway. Vehicle was towed. (9:35am)A Marion Street resident reported a town plow truck struck and damaged her fence. Snow was pushed into the fence, causing the plastic to buckle. Homeowner will work with town to rectify issue, as fence may be too close to street. (11:33am)Police notified that a plow struck a large rock in front of a Woburn Street residence. Rock was creating a traffic hazard. DPW responded to push back off roadway. (1:47pm)A caller stated a plow took off the man hole cover on Main Street, near St. Dorothy’s. DPW notified. (2:44pm)Police noted the stop sign and and road signs at Route 62 and the 93 North Exit 40 ramp were flattened by a plow. (10:18pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for July 12: 2 Juveniles Laying On Train Tracks; Motorcycle Crash; Tractor Trailer vs. PoleIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 23: Break-Ins on Ballardvale Street; Ride-On Lawn Mower vs. Parked Car; Erratic DriverIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for March 10: Jeep vs. Hydrant; Car vs. Pole; Homeowner vs. Plow Driver; Trash Barrels StolenIn “Police Log”
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The pre-Budget rally witnessed in stock markets in the last couple of days sustained itself on Friday, responding to Union Finance Ministery Arun Jaitley’s statement that his party’s defeat in the recent Delhi Assembly polls won’t slowdown economic reforms. The 30-scrip benchmark index – S&P BSE Sensex – has risen about 860 points in four straight trading sessions starting from Tuesday, to end slightly above 29,000 on Friday. Analysts are expecting it to cross the 30,000-mark, either days before the Budget or around 28 February, the day it will be presented. The target for the 50-scrip Nifty is 9,200.On Thursday, Jaitley, while speaking in the presence of US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew in New Delhi, had said, “The fact that four (state assembly) elections have been won and one has not been won is absolutely no ground for believing that there will be any slowdown on the path which we have undertaken.”Brokerages and investors are expecting Budget 2015 to contain proposals to increase capital spending and extend tax breaks for the manufacturing sector, which has continued to remain sluggish. U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew (R) shakes hands with India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before the fifth U.S.-India Economic and Financial Partnership Dialogue in New Delhi February 12, 2015.ReutersInvestors should look at the government’s spending plans and in areas that would receive more funds, Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund Co-CIO Mahesh Patil said.He added that the government should increase its spending in a few areas, with special emphasis on infrastructure and was keen to know the government’s plans to incentivise the manufacturing sector.With the BJP winning only three seats of the 70 in Delhi, investors were worried if Prime Minister Narendra Modi would go for ‘populist measures’. However, Jaitley was quick to dispel any such apprehension. Budget 2015Investors and analysts have seen the stock market gain momentum in the run up to the Budget. Expectations point to the markets hitting fresh records on hope of further reforms being initiated by the NDA government.They implore investors to continue to use every opportunity, particularly the volatilities to continue to stay invested, said EconomicTimes.The upcoming Budget is expected to be the harbinger of the government’s plan and direction for India over the next few years.
Road AccidentThree motorcyclists were killed after a motorbike crashed into a truck on Dhaka-Chattogram highway in Duk Bangalow area of Mirsharai upazila of Chattogram on Saturday night, reports UNB.The deceased are Rakibul Islam, 18, son of Abdul Mannan of Borotakia area in the upazila, Md Rifat, 22, son of Mahbubul Haque of Chhagolnaiya upazila and Tarek Hossain, 21, son of Safiul Alam, of Khoiyachhara of Feni.The accident took place around 9:00pm when the speeding motorcycle crashed into the stationary truck, leaving two motorcyclists dead on the spot and one critically injured, UNB quotes Nurul Alam, sub-inspector of Mirsharai police station saying.The injured died on the way to hospital, UNB adds.
Share Megan Kamerick/KUNMKate Noble speaks to voters at a listening session at Gonzales Community School in Santa Fe, N.M. She ran for a seat on the Santa Fe Public Schools Board.Will the election of Donald Trump, who once boasted of grabbing women by the genitalia and has a history of sexist remarks, create a wave of female candidates at all levels of government in the coming years?Early signs from the groups that work with women considering a bid for office suggest a level of intense interest not seen in at least a quarter century.Kate Noble had never considered getting involved in politics until she woke up the day after Trump’s surprise victory over Hillary Clinton.Noble worked for years in the economic development office of Santa Fe, N.M., and she believes a good workforce depends on well-educated citizens, so she decided to run for a local school board seat.Her political philosophy is distinctly un-Trumpian: “I want to be someone who can bring forward anybody’s and everybody’s good ideas. They don’t need to be my own.”The interest in running for office comes as women are still far from having anywhere close to proportionate representation at any level of government. In Congress, about 20 percent of lawmakers are women, while in statehouses, about 25 percent of lawmakers are women.In Noble’s case, she contacted the New Mexico branch of Emerge, a group that trains Democratic women to run for office. She ended up running unopposed and won.A Trump bumpIt turns out Noble wasn’t the only woman to wake up with the same idea after the election.“We saw an immediate uptick in interest in our work,” said Andrea Dew Steele, the president and founder of Emerge America. “And it has persisted through today. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen.”Applications for the group’s training sessions increased 87 percent after Election Day, Steele said.“Some of it is absolutely a reaction to President Trump and his policies,” said Jean Sinzdak, of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. “For others, it is Hillary Clinton’s loss,” because the fact that we don’t have a female president “sort of woke them up to the idea that maybe we haven’t made as much progress as we thought.”Sinzdak oversees the university’s nonpartisan New Jersey training program, Ready to Run, which also has affiliates nationwide. Ready to Run is experiencing its own Trump bump with more than 50 women signing up immediately after Election Day. This year’s program is already at capacity, which Sinzdak, who has been running the program for 12 years, says typically doesn’t happen until March. The program has been expanded to accommodate up to 50 extra people.Both Steele and Sinzdak say the interest they’re seeing from women who want to run for office reminds them of what they saw in the early 1990s following the Anita Hill hearings. Hill had accused then-Supreme Court nominee, now Justice, Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment.After those hearings, Sinzdak said, “We did have an increase in the numbers of women running for office and we saw a big jump in the number of women who ran for and won election to Congress.”Local and state officesWhile Trump became president without ever running for another office, most people get their start in politics the way Noble is, by running for local office.“I don’t think people realize that a lot of the decisions that are made that affect their daily lives happen at the local and state levels,” said Ashley Sanderson, the executive director of Emerge New Mexico.But a surge in interest in running for office might not translate into women actually running for office, said Rachel Michelin, executive director of the nonpartisan training group California Women Lead, pointing to 2012 as a year that was supposed to be good for female candidates in California.“We had open seats. We just had redistricting in California. It was a presidential election. So we thought we would see this big surge of women getting elected,” she said. “What happened, though, was we just didn’t have enough women running.”That’s where groups like California Women Lead, Emerge America and Ready to Run come in to help guide women from signing up for a training program to actually running for office. Steele, of Emerge America, believes this latest burst of enthusiasm is different from past years and she’s confident that more women will actually run in 2018.“The biggest challenge for us is getting more women interested in running,” said Steele. “So the fact that women are self-nominating, are waking up and saying ‘I want to do this,’ is the biggest, most hopeful sign that I’ve seen definitely since the Anita Hill hearings.”As for Noble, she says she’s already learned a lot by running for office.“I have really liked listening to people, working on ideas, having people listening to me.” She says the school board campaign was a good test run for future campaigns. “I’m so energized.”Copyright 2017 KQED Public Media. To see more, visit KQED Public Media.
Lounge AND Bar at Eros Hotel, epitome of luxury and style, has been hosting their guests to extravagant evenings with the best of liquor and some lip smacking finger food. After having undergone rejuvenation recently, the interiors radiate an old world charm, with the paintings, furnishing and the stunning wine cabinet, from which patrons may select their choice of drink. Plonking in the glorious chairs, lay your head back to the jazz in the background and savour the brilliant single malt or wine, as per your wish. Those fond of smoking may be pleased to behold the cigar cabinet, stuffed with luxury brand of cigars maintained under temperature. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfLounge AND Bar has recently come up with some mouth watering additions to their menu. Speaking of the menu, one must be taken aback by the detailed information it provides to guests about the drinks, food, the history of the place and even the glassware! Their welcome drink, Orange Mimosa – a combination of sparkling wine, cointreau and orange juice – is very refreshing and light; and a few sips would help you to loosen up for a leisurely evening. The following drink one must try is the Rosemary Smoked Szechwan Martini, a vodka based cocktail, for it tastes yum, smells yum, and you couldn’t help but ask for more! For those in love with peanut butter, the Peanut Butter and Jelly Cocktail consisting of white rum and strawberry jam will definitely make you say ‘Mmm…’ Another outstanding drink for patrons is Happily Ever After, and it lives up to its name as it comes in a champagne glass adorned with grapes on top. For those not fond of cocktails, the same drinks are available in non-alcoholic forms. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveTo make sure you do not get drunk with all the tempting and sparkling drinks you have been having, munch onto some bite sized snacks. Currently, they are running a food festival Tapas & Wine, wherein one can experience both vegetarian and non-vegetarian Spanish flavours sitting right in the middle of Delhi. Tapas, which originated in Spain has evolved to be a sophisticated cuisine; one can order many different tapas and combine them to form a complete meal. A stand out from the evening starters is the Mushroom Garlic Parsley; the supple and meaty mushrooms enhanced by parsley and garlic gives one an European experience immediately upon taking a mouthful. Salmon lovers will definitely be fond of the Smoked salmon crostini, with some wine. Their Non-veg Mezze platter, a Mediterranean dish, not only looks stunning, but has a plethora of flavours packed into that one large plateful of salad, meat, pita bread and two mouth-watering dips! It comes in a vegetarian variety as well.The Empanandas at the Lounge AND Bar, would at once remind you of ‘gujiya’ for its appearance, but this one’s a delicious savoury snack accompanied with a summer salad.Golden Fried Kalamari with Wasabi Mayo, is a lip smacking squid snack that’ll make you go gaga over the crisps which taste extremely refreshing with the wasabi dip. The Lamb ball albondigas are a winning score for red-meat lovers, as the flavourful meat well soaked in gravy break away in your mouth releasing oodles of tastes.Gambas Pil Pil, a Spanish prawn snack, is actually a popular tapas of prawns served in a hot sizzling sauce of garlic, chilli and olive oil. Needless to say, it tastes as good as it looks. The fest is on till the very end of September, so if you have plans of enjoying an undisturbed sophisticated evening with your friends over a few drinks and snacks, this is the place to be.