TweetPinShare0 Shares FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Jay Heaps is taking the New England Revolution back to the MLS Cup — this time as the head coach — still looking for his first win.Charlie Davies scored twice to give the Revolution a 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls on Nov. 29 and a 4-3 victory in the two-game, aggregate goals Eastern Conference finals.New England will play in the MLS Cup on Dec. 7 against the winner of the Western finals between the Los Angeles Galaxy and the Seattle Sounders.“It’s so rewarding for me,” said midfielder Chris Tierney, who joined the team in 2008, just after its streak of three straight losses in the title game. “We just hope that we can make good in the final and take it all away.”Tierney assisted on both goals to twice tie the score after the Red Bulls took the lead.Tim Cahill and Peguy Luyindula scored for the Red Bulls, who are expecting to say goodbye to captain Thierry Henry. The 37-year-old French star’s contract is up, and he is expected to return to Europe to finish his career.“I don’t think we’ve ever had a player in the league that has what Thierry has,” Red Bulls coach Mike Petke said. “I’m honored to have played with him, coached him and been with him every day in practice. Whatever he decides to do, he’ll be successful.”Heaps played for the Revolution from 2001-11 and helped the team reach the MLS Cup four times, in ’02 and again from 2005-07.Each time they lost.Heaps took over as head coach in 2012 after back-to-back years missing the playoffs. After one more rebuilding year, he had them back in the postseason last year and now back in the championship game.“We wanted to build something championship-worthy,” Heaps said, “to get back to where the club was in ’05-07.”Davies scored in the 41st minute to tie it, and then again in the 70th. Henry had a chance to give the Red Bulls the series in the 89th minute but his shot from outside the box was blocked by Revolution goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth.The Galaxy won the first game of the Western Conference finals 2-1, with the second game in Seattle on Nov. 30.(JIMMY GOLEN, AP Sports Writer)
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, January 23, 2018 – Providenciales – InterHealth Canada TCI Ltd, the private management company for Turks and Caicos Islands Hospital, is saddened to announce the departure of Chief Executive Officer Daniel Carriere who has had to resign for family reasons, effective January 31, 2018.Given these regrettable circumstances, Mr. Gaston Levac, a former Chief Executive Officer of hospital operations within Ontario Canada has been named interim CEO while the Board conducts a search for Mr. Carriere’s permanent successor. Levac has been brought on-island to facilitate a smooth transition of duties and responsibilities with Carriere’s departure expected this month.Speaking on behalf of the InterHealth Canada Board, John Hyland said: “Daniel’s contribution to the success of the TCI Hospital and its increasing international recognition as an example of how even small hospitals in the region can and should perform, cannot be overstated. Since joining us in September 2015, he has strengthened the administration, overseen the company’s policy of continuing improvement in performance in all departments, continued the programme of promoting Belongers to positions of greater responsibility within the Hospital, encouraged the attendance of staff at Seminars and other Continuing Education courses, played a leading role in the preparation of plans for the strategic development of the Hospital over the coming years. Importantly and perhaps for him most memorably, through his leadership by example and with the support of his Senior Management Team, he was able to ensure the continued operation of the Hospital through Hurricanes Irma and Maria and the implementation of the necessary recovery programme. He leaves with our hopes and very best wishes for the future.”Daniel Carriere said: “It has been an enormous privilege to have led the organization over the past two plus years. I have immensely enjoyed my experience in this beautiful country with such talented hospital personnel. I have met such great people both inside and outside the hospital and have experienced so many new and exciting challenges that have enriched my personal and professional life. I have benefitted from the wisdom obtained from professional colleagues and historical guidance from IHC Board members, many of whom are legacy participants in the original development of the two hospitals in Providenciales and Grand Turk; they remain committed to the hospital and the country of TCI.”Mr. Carriere is a veteran in the health care industry having joined InterHealth Canada as Chief Executive Officer in September 2015. Carriere had previously held several senior administrative positions in Ontario’s health care sector and is recognized for his accomplishments in advancing services and quality of care.Mr. Gaston Levac formerly served as President and Chief Executive Officer of various health care entities such as the Canadian College of Health Service Executives, Thunder Bay Regional Hospital, Laurentian Hospital and West Nipissing General Hospital in Canada.As a former Surveyor of the Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation, Levac boasts over 20 years of experience in numerous surveys in Canadian and international health care organizations, including health services offered in various military bases and hospitals in the Caribbean. Gaston is expected to greatly benefit the organization in preparation for its re-accreditation survey slated for June 2018.Commenting on the appointment, Levac said: “I am excited to have been chosen by the IHC-TCI Board of Directors as the interim CEO of the hospital in TCI. I have been to TCI on many occasions in the past, so I know that I will enjoy my involvement here. I am totally committed to working hard with all stakeholders to help continue efforts to provide excellent hospital care to the citizens of TCI and ensure that the company steers a steady course whilst the Board undertakes Daniel Carriere’s succession process.”Turks and Caicos Islands Hospital consists of two state-of-the-art secondary healthcare facilities on the islands of Grand Turk and Providenciales. The public facility, managed by InterHealth Canada (TCI) Ltd, is one of few Diamond accredited health care providers in the Caribbean region.As recognized pioneers in health care Public Private Partnerships (PPPs), InterHealth Canada is a world leader in healthcare operations and management with diverse activities in planning, management and consulting. Established by an initiative from two Provincial Canadian Governments, InterHealth Canada was created to export Canada’s intellectual expertise in healthcare to an expanding international market. Press Release: interHealthCanada Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
TEWKSBURY, MA — The Public Health Museum, located in Tewksbury on East Street, is seeking volunteers to help with museum activities and to give public tours. Flexible schedules welcomed and full training is provided.Opportunities include archival processing, research and writing, and public tours and programming. Whatever your interest, the museum can use your help. It’s a great place for fans of history, museum studies, and public health professionals.Contact the museum at http://www.publichealthmuseum.org/volunteer. Help share the history of Public Health in Massachusetts.(NOTE: The above announcement was submitted by Paige Impink.)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… RelatedPublic Health Museum Offers FREE Camp For WHS Juniors & Seniors Interested In Public Health CareersIn “Community”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Monday, August 5, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, September 3, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”
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Public sector lender Andhra Bank on Friday said that it has entered into agreements with private insurers Cigna TTK and Reliance General Insurance to provide health and general insurance services to its customers.”The tie-up with both the insurance companies will immensely benefit the customers by providing alternatives in choosing products. These partnerships will provide mutual benefit to the bank and insurance companies in tapping the potential in the market and also help in increasing the insurance coverage,” PTI quoted the bank as saying in a statement.The agreement was signed by Andhra Bank Executive Director S K Kalra, MD and CEO of Cigna TTK Health Insurance Sandeep Patel and CEO of Reliance General Insurance Rakesh Jain.Andhra Bank shares closed at Rs. 60.95 apiece, down 0.08 percent from their previous close.There are 24 life insurance companies and 29 general insurance companies in India. The biggest life insurer is state-run Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) while public sector players in the general insurance space include National Insurance, New India Assurance, Oriental Insurance and United India Insurance Company Ltd.Insurers that have a presence in both the segments include ICICI Bank, SBI and Kotak.
Kolkata: The state government will set up a university to be named after Harichand Guruchand Thakur, founder of the Matua community in Thakurnagar in North 24-Parganas, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced on Thursday afternoon.The land for the proposed university which will come up on 8.8-acre plot at Chandpara, off Thakurnagar, has been selected and Banerjee has instructed the District Magistrate of North 24-Parganas to put up a board there. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe Chief Minister had come to Thakurnagar to participate in the birth centenary celebrations of Binapani Devi, known as Boro Ma in the Matua community. She accorded Banga Bibhusan to Boro Ma and prayed for her long life. Earlier, the state government had set up a college at Thakurnagar. Banerjee said the university will not only be for the local students but also those staying in the neighbourhood. “As the university has been named after Harichand Guruchand Thakur, the students will come to know about him and his contribution in organising those belonging to the Namasudra community that had been oppressed in undivided India. The movement was equally strong in East Bengal, now Bangladesh,” she said adding: “The Trinamool Congress has always supported those who have fought for the common people. We fight for Ma, Mati, Manus,” she maintained. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedBanerjee also announced the Matua Sangha Vikas Parishad. Earlier, she had announced the Namasudra Vikas Parishad. She said the names of the members of these two boards will be announced soon. She further added the state Tourism department will put up two gates near Thakurnagar ashram, headquarters of the Matuas. The entire area will be brightly illuminated. She asked the District Magistrate to prepare a beautification plan of the areas surrounding Thakurnagar ashram. Coming down heavily on BJP, Banerjee said in the name of NRC, some groups with vested interests have planned to drive out the Bengali-speaking populace in Assam. “Those whose names have been dropped from the NRC list should always remember that the people of Bengal are with you,” she said. Banerjee alleged that many people who have the voter’s identity card, ration card and caste certificates have been dropped from the NRC. “This is nasty politics and we do not support it.” Banerjee said that Matua community member and TMC legislator Mamatabala Thakur and seven other party leaders were not allowed to leave Silchar airport in Assam when they had gone there after the publication of the final draft of NRC. Banerjee wished that someday Thakurnagar would become a global tourist spot as well. “Never feel that you represent a backward community as no community can be branded as forward or backward. Read seriously and the state government is there to support you,” she told the students who had gathered to listen to her address.
Hello and welcome to StokeonTrentLive’s breaking news service bringing you all the latest updates from Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire on Thursday, July 18. Our team of reporters will be updating this live service with all the latest on the traffic and travel and weather updates – as well as news and entertainment through the day. We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates in our live news feed below. For the latest news and breaking news visit www.stokeontrentlive.co.uk Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you. Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLive Punter found hiding in bushes Driver named following fatal collision Police search for missing woman Follow StokeonTrentLive Download our app – You can download our free app for iPhone and iPad from Apple’s App Store , or get the Android version from Google Play . 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More here16:56Road cleared following accident in Farley Road cleared and traffic returned to normal, accident cleared on Farley Lane in both directions from Chained Oak Farm Hotel (Farley) to New Road (Alton). 16:51’Injured’ goose flies out of water after firefighters called to rescue bird in parkThe goose flew out of the water after the fire service were called by the RSPCA. More here.16:01Heavy traffic in SandbachHeavy traffic on A533 Old Mill Road in both directions at High Street.The A534 Southbound is also heavy approaching the junction. 15:39Accident on Farley Lane near Alton TowersFarley Lane near Alton Towers (Image: Inrix)15:38Accident in FarleyFarley Lane in both directions partially blocked, slow traffic due to accident from Chained Oak Farm Hotel (Farley) to New Road (Alton).Officers are currently on route to the scene. 15:37Broken down vehicle on M6A Highways Englanf spokesman said:M6 northbound between J14 Stafford North and J15 #StokeonTrent there is a van broken down in Lane 3 of the contraflow. Traffic Officers and free recovery on route .”13:12Issues on M6Lane 1 (of 4) is closed on the #M6 Southbound between J13 #StaffordSouth and J12 #Gailey due to a broken down vehicle. #TrafficOfficers en route.— Highways England (@HighwaysWMIDS) July 18, 201912:28Long delays now due to accidentOne lane closed and very slow traffic due to accident and broken down car on A500 D Road Southbound between A5271 Porthill Road (Porthill Bank, Porthill) and A527 (Wolstanton Retail Park, Wolstanton). Note change of details. Note change of location.One lane is closed heading towards Stoke. Initially reported as an accident and the sensors confirm that this is just after the Porthill Roundabout. 12:12Accident on D-RoadA500 D Road Southbound partially blocked, very slow traffic due to accident from A527 (Longbridge Hayes) to A527 (Wolstanton Retail Park, Wolstanton). 11:29Busy in Tunstall Heavy traffic on Brownhills Road / Davenport Street / Newcastle Street between A500 (Porthill Bank) and Tunstall. 10:50Vicky Road busy…A50 Victoria Road busy but moving at A5007 City Road. 09:55Delays on the trainsDelays of up to 15 minutes on Virgin Trains West Coast Northbound at Lichfield Trent Valley due to signalling problem. 08:56Queues in Weston Coyney Queuing traffic on A520 Weston Road in both directions at A5272 Park Hall Road. 08:56Busy in Leek New RoadA53 Leek New Road busy but moving at A5009 Baddeley Green Lane. 08:39Breakdown on M6M6 Northbound lane closed on exit slip road, queuing traffic due to broken down lorry at J14 A34 (Stafford North).Lane one (of two) is closed heading down to the roundabout. 08:13Issues resolved on M6All lanes now open on the #M6 Northbound between J3 #Nuneaton and J3A #M6TollLink following the earlier broken down vehicle .— Highways England (@HighwaysWMIDS) July 18, 201908:05As is Bucknall Road…Usual congestion on Bucknall Road inbound from A52 Leek Road (Lime Kiln Traffic Lights) to Hanley Town centre. 08:04Leek Road busy A52 Leek Road in both directions busy but moving at A50 Lichfield Street (Joiners Square). 08:04Traffic light failure in Shelton Queuing traffic due to traffic light failure on B5045 Shelton New Road in both directions at Pyenest Street. In the roadworks area.Temporary traffic lights stuck on red. 07:50Issue on the M6Lane 1 (of 3) is blocked on the #M6 Northbound between J3 #Nuneaton and J3A #M6TollLink due to a broken down vehicle. #TrafficOfficers and free recovery en route.— Highways England (@HighwaysWMIDS) July 18, 201907:43Busy at the Meir Tunnel Heavy traffic on A50 Westbound from Meir Tunnel towards the A500 D Road (Sideway Roundabout). 07:43Traffic light failure in Baldwins GateQueuing traffic due to traffic light failure on A53 in both directions at Woodside. In the roadworks area.Temporary traffic lights stuck on red. 07:31Stay safe this summer!Water safety is a vital life skill for children – and we have FREE lessons for 8-14-year-olds covering:✅Open water dangers ✅Cold water effects✅How to rescue yourself or someone else ✅Beach flags✅Currents✅Emergency help + more #SwimSafer https://t.co/TQWnX7nUX9 pic.twitter.com/BQVAxav6Bc— Stoke-on-Trent CC (@SoTCityCouncil) July 18, 201907:22Your forecast…Good morning! It will start off quite cloudy today across parts of southeast England with isolated showers, perhaps turning heavy and thundery in the afternoon. Elsewhere, it will be fine. Feeling fresher for most. Hannah, Jen and Chris will be here to answer all of your tweets. pic.twitter.com/6shbvz29Qk— Met Office (@metoffice) July 18, 201907:14Nice start to the day…Some of us are seeing a little #rain to start this morning and in the south this is the first rain for around 3 weeks pic.twitter.com/ENfGnvmhid— Met Office (@metoffice) July 18, 201907:11Getting busier on the A500…Heavy traffic on A500 D Road Southbound before M6 J15. 07:04Queues in UttoxeterQueuing traffic on A50 Eastbound at B5030 Ashbourne Road (McDonalds roundabout). 07:04Today’s UV & Pollen countWith fine weather around for many today, grass and weed #pollen levels will be high. #UV levels will also be high for most, so don’t be fooled by that fresher feel pic.twitter.com/s1J2BjpSOc— Met Office (@metoffice) July 18, 201907:01So far so good on the D-RoadTraffic moving well on A500 D Road Through The Roadworks Southbound before A53 Etruria Road / Etruria Way (Basford Roundabout). Dad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window