Search for new pension fund director narrows to two finalists Two finalists emerged Thursday as front-runners to replace John Keane as executive director of the Jacksonville Police and Fire Pension Fund.
The pension fund’s board selected Tim Johnson, executive director of the Allegheny County (Pa.) Employees’ Retirement System, and Corinne Koch, the administrator of the International Painters and Allied Trades Industry Pension Fund, which is in Maryland.
The board will invite them for in-person interviews in Jacksonville on May 26. More
Dashchund mix survives plunge from Mathews Bridge, now up for adoption Michelle Munley and her family just drove over the Mathews Bridge on their way to a butterfly festival Saturday when she spotted a small dog on the sidewalk at the foot of the span.
The Fleming Island voice teacher pulled over and tried to catch the dog, who then took off up the bridge.
After that, adrenaline took over.
Munley, in heels, ran up the bridge and other motorists stopped to help as well, only to see the dog jump off the 152-foot span into the St. More
Close-knit Green Cove Springs grieves after Tuesday's triple slaying and suicide GREEN COVE SPRINGS | Shock. Despair. Grief. The triple slaying and suicide Tuesday shook residents and leaders of this tight-knit riverfront community as they mourned and struggled to understand the violent rampage.
Anguish over the killings of Valorie Shea Short, 30, her father, Welland “Buddy” Robert Short, 55, and Erica Leigh Green Lancaster, 31, by her ex-husband, Murray Leon Lancaster, permeates Green Cove Springs, where many residents are related by blood, marriage, friendship or church to the victims and their families. More
Pakistan police arrest 14 in 'honor killing' of teen said to have ... - Stars and Stripes ... on civilians as well as assaults on police and ... an Afghan defense official said Monday in the ... Using a club, the man apparently beat ... 05/5/2016 - 1:42 pm | View Link
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Heads roll over Tawang firing - Calcutta Telegraph Cry for CBI inquiry into Tawang firing, Aapsu ultimatum to govt - Times of India 05/5/2016 - 9:38 am | View Link
Battle over Arab public space and ideas - Jordan Times ... it promotes democracy yet sends its police to ... was correct to warn Egypt on Monday over the ... moves by many Arab governments to beat ... 05/5/2016 - 6:28 am | View Link
Vancouver police defend forceful arrest of motorcyclist - CBC ... the arrest is time-stamped, 7:54 PM P.T., Monday. ... police were unnecessarily rough when they made the arrest. "It's not right for police to ... 05/5/2016 - 5:56 am | View Link
71-Year-Old Beat Up and Robbed: Police Log HERCULES, CA- Here is the Hercules Police Department activity log for Monday, May 2. Resisting, Delaying, or Obstructing a Peace Officer: On May 2, 2016 at 8:50 a.m. an Officer checked on an unoccupied vehicle, parked in front of Starbucks, 3700 San ... 05/5/2016 - 3:16 am | View Link
Police: Cyclist beat driver with bike lock Get our stories in your inbox, free. Like The Brooklyn Paper on Facebook. An irate cyclist beat a driver with a bike lock and smashed up his car in Williamsburg on Monday, according to a police report. The two were arguing on McGuiness Boulevard ... 05/4/2016 - 8:34 am | View Link
Police Beat: Shoplifting reported Tahlequah police officers responded to Walmart Monday to take a shoplifting complaint. Employees said a man entered the store, concealed razors and shampoo in a bag, then ran out of the store without paying. Johnny Smith told police he was shopping at ... 05/4/2016 - 4:57 am | View Link
Police Beat Cari Lynn Graham, 52, of Carrollton was cited on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while registration is suspended following a two-vehicle accident about 6:10 p.m. Monday in the Lincoln Square Shopping Center parking lot. Graham was cited after the ... 05/4/2016 - 3:26 am | View Link
Police charge bishop was kidnapped, beaten by his own priests MUMBAI – Police in India on Monday arrested 14 people for the kidnapping and beating ... The attackers also kidnapped his driver, Vijay Kumar, in another car, beat him up, and took his ATM cards and used them to withdraw roughly $700 in cash. 05/2/2016 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Police Blotter On Thursday the Taylorville Police Department reported the following arrests to Regional Radio . News. 21 year old Amelia R. Atkins of Pana was arrested Wednesday for ... 05/1/2016 - 9:50 pm | View Website
Police Beat | Observer-Reporter Drug charges: Crystal Ann Bakes, 24, who Rostraver police said is homeless, and Robert Charles Marshall, 34, of 23 Elm St., Monessen, were charged Friday by township ... 05/1/2016 - 7:55 pm | View Website
DPD Beat | The Dallas Police Department Blog UPDATE: April 30, 2016 9:50 am Deontre Coleman has been located safe. The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Deontre Coleman. 05/1/2016 - 7:12 pm | View Website
Police Beat | Ennis Daily News Officer Snitch on the job “Snitch,” a narcotics detecting canine, has already demonstrated his value to the Ennis Police Department (EPD), and Chief John Erisman ... 05/1/2016 - 3:16 pm | View Website
Fort Bend Herald: Police Beat SUGAR LAND — Police asked multiple Sugar Land schools to lock their doors as they searched for a burglary suspect Tuesday afternoon. A homeowner found a man ... 05/1/2016 - 11:13 am | View Website
In a new report, the city of Green contends that the proposed Nexus Pipeline will cost the city and Green schools about $113 million in lost income over 50 years. Most of that loss is tied to lost commercial/industrial growth and expansion opportunities that would not take place, said the 54-page report by four Cleveland State University professors.
AKRONDowntown environment fairAKRON: The city will host the eighth annual Green Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at Cascade Plaza downtown. Vendors from Ajax Commercial Cleaning, Alco, Best Equipment, M Conley Co., Montrose Ford, Next Gen Climate, State Industrial Products and Summit/Akron Solid Waste Management Authority will feature environmentally friendly products.