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CITB: Funding Project Co-ordinator - 6 month FTC £21,093 - £24,850 + benefits Bircham Newton, Norfolk or Bridgend, Wales Ref: 171/18 The role As Funding Project Co-ordinator you will ensure the co-ordination and delivery of Funding team project work. Working al Bircham Newton
          ECE After School Care Worker - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada offering three International Baccalaureate programs, GNS is proud of its unique 'IB Advantage':....
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          Receptionist - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada offering three International Baccalaureate programs, GNS is proud of its unique 'IB Advantage':....
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          Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada offering three International Baccalaureate programs, GNS is proud of its unique 'IB Advantage':....
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           Officials: Brazilian fatally hit crossing Nebraska highway       Cache   Translate Page      
WEST POINT, Neb. (AP) - Authorities in northeastern Nebraska say an 86-year-old man from Brazil has been hit and killed while crossing a highway.The Norfolk...
          Swindon Robins win semi-final first leg by six points      Cache   Translate Page      
Swindon take a six-point lead to Norfolk on Monday after a 48-42 win over King’s Lynn in the first leg of their Knockout Cup semi-final.
          Program Coordinator, Addictions (LCSW, LPC)      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, Diamond Healthcare is currently recruiting for Program Coordinators for a new Addictions Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Locations are in Virginia: Virginia Beach, Churchland/Chesapeake area, Richmond, and Warsaw. This position will not be a desk job but will involve responsibilities both on and off-site such as actively going out to meet community leaders and service providers to introduce Di
          Supply Technical Ltd: Senior Quantity Surveyor      Cache   Translate Page      
Supply Technical Ltd: Senior Quantity Surveyor, Norfolk, Norwich, Bury St Edmunds, Waterbeach / Cambridge Outstanding opportunity for a Senior Quantity Surveyor to join a Tier 1 construction company. This opportunity is with the building division of this leading contractor. Th Ipswich
          Flash Flood Watch - Expires: 5:00 AM EDT      Cache   Translate Page      
Flash Flood Watch for Norfolk County in effect until 5:00 AM EDT on September 13, 2018
          Officials: Brazilian fatally hit crossing Nebraska highway      Cache   Translate Page      
WEST POINT, Neb. (AP) — Authorities in northeastern Nebraska say an 86-year-old man from Brazil has been hit and killed while crossing a highway.The Norfolk Daily News reports that incident happened Wednesday morning in West Point.The...
          Caregiver for Clients with Dementia - Victoria Eldercare - Norfolk County, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
Certain older clients with dementia require 24 hour supervision for various reasons We are looking for caregivers that have experience with gentle persuasion...
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          Seasonal Sales Associate - Norfolk, VA - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
*Position Overview: * The Seasonal Sales Associate assists customers and helps to maintain the store appearance. The Seasonal Sales Associate is responsible...
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          Urgent! Cruel and Criminal to Willfully Abandon Animals During Hurricane Florence      Cache   Translate Page      

As Hurricane Florence approaches—and we at PETA are under a mandatory evacuation from our Norfolk headquarters—animals could die if abandoned during any evacuations that may occur. A recent survey ...

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          Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Provide general office support to Admissions, Family Boarding, Marketing and Communications, and Alumni Relations, when necessary....
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          Amazon Announces Sale and Delivery of Live Christmas Trees This Holiday Season      Cache   Translate Page      
Amazon wants to sell everything for Christmas — right down to a giant, live tree. This year the online retailer will sell a wide selection of living Christmas trees ranging from two to seven feet tall. The collection includes Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, Black Hills Spruce, and Norfolk Island Pines. An Amazon spokesperson said that some of trees will be eligible for Prime shipping, meaning members of its $119-yearly subscription program will get two-day shipping. More details about the tree […]
          Medal recipient, Gallia resident tour ship      Cache   Translate Page      

NORFOLK, Va. — Hershel “Woody” Williams, the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient of the battle of Iwo Jima in World War II, Ron Wroblewski (Gallipolis resident) and friends toured the U.S. Navy ship ‘Hershel Woody Williams’ on September 5 at Norfolk Naval Base in Virginia. Woody, his family, Ron and friends attended the christening […]

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          Heroes Receive Search and Rescue Awards from Maritime Non-Profit      Cache   Translate Page      

NORFOLK, Va., Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Honorees from around the world will be on-hand as the Association for Rescue at Sea (AFRAS) holds its annual maritime search and rescue awards ceremony at the Rayburn House Office Building at Washington D.C.'s Capitol Hill Thursday. The...


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          Solutions Engineer Advisor Sr -- Norfolk, VA -- PS4760      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Agile Coach Sr - PS4499      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, Description Your innovation. Our impact. At Anthem, Inc., it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater access to care for our members, greater health for our communities, and greater experiences for our customers. Innovation is a top priority. Here, you'll have an opportunity to work in a collaborative environment that brings together industry leaders and techn
          Database Developer Sr (MS SQL Server/ Oracle) - PS4336      Cache   Translate Page      
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          LAWRENCE NORFOLK: JOHN SATURNALL LAKOMÁJA - Jelenlegi ára: 1 800 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
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Az egzotikus receptekkel teli regény a XVII. századi Anglia vallás- és polgárháborúk sújtotta, érzéki és veszélyes világába kalauzolja az olvasót. A főhős boszorkánysággal vádolt anyja a közeli erdőben keres menedéket kisfiával, Johnnal, mikor a falu feldühödött népe az életükre tör. Bár nincs mit enniük, az asszony csodás erejű szakácskönyvének segítségével életben tartja éhező gyermekét. A sors szeszélye folytán a legyengült gyermek átvészeli a telet, és a Buckland Major konyháján találja magát, ahol az évek során korának legnagyobb mesterszakácsa válik belőle. Amikor pedig Lady Lucretia, a ház urának leánya koplalással tiltakozik közelgő esküvője ellen, Johnra hárul a feladat, hogy olyan lakomával lepje meg, amelynek még a holtak sem tudnának ellenállni. Lawrence Norfolk 1963-ban született Londonban. Első regénye, az 1991-ben megjelent Lempriere-lexikon egycsapásra világhírű íróvá tette, akinek páratlanul gazdag nyelven megírt történelmi regényeit Umberto Eco és Thomas Pynchon műveihez hasonlították.
 
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          ECE After School Care Worker - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Each child holds our attention at Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS), an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB...
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          Receptionist - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
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          Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
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          Bus Driver - Casual, On-Call - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
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          Alumni Engagement Coordinator - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
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          Learning Strategies Teacher - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Each child holds our attention at Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS), an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of only fourteen...
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          Incoming! by @BloggersRUs      Cache   Translate Page      

Incoming!

by Tom Sullivan

Seventeen years ago today, thousands died in a terrorist disaster neither average citizens nor government officials charged with protecting them saw coming. On this September 11, a million and a half Americans facing a natural disaster are evacuating the Carolina and Virginia coasts.

Thanks to the National Hurricane Center, the National Weather Service, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellites, citizens have had days of warning. Your tax dollars at work. Which means, of course, somewhere in an office at a conservative think tank, some theorist is wondering why we don't privatize the lot and make people pay for warnings that could save their lives. Government shouldn't be distorting the market.

Hurricane Florence will likely be the most powerful storm ever to hit this far north on the east coast:

“We do know we’re in the bull’s eye. We’re using this time to get together all the people we need, the equipment that we need, locating our strategic resources,” North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) said Monday. Local authorities have ordered the evacuation of more than 250,000 residents and tourists from coastal islands and beach towns, where authorities expect a storm surge of at least 10 feet.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) on Monday evening ordered the evacuation of roughly a quarter of a million people from sections of the Eastern Shore, Virginia Beach, Hampton, Norfolk and the Middle Peninsula starting Tuesday morning. Northam also activated the state’s entire National Guard to provide help and requested 21 swift-water rescue teams from other states.
That storm surge will be exacerbated by the shallowness of the sea floor, Axios adds:
The Carolinas are uniquely vulnerable to storm surge flooding because the continental shelf extends far offshore, by about 50 miles, which creates a large shallow area that enables a storm to build up water to great heights. (Other hurricane-prone areas, like southern Florida, have a steeper slope offshore, and typically see lower surge amounts.)
As bad as the coastal effects could be, The Daily Beast reports damage from Florence could be devastating far inland:
Meteorologists fear that Hurricane Harvey-style rainfall could deluge the Carolinas causing massive freshwater flooding reminiscent of the devastation in Texas last year, which killed 68 people and caused $125 billion in damage.

Florence, which may have strengthened to near Category 5 strength, is expected to make a direct hit in the northernmost part of South Carolina or North Carolina. Rather than continuing to churn north along the coast, the hurricane is expected to strike the coast head-on and move inland, allowing it to dump vast quantities of water—perhaps more than 30 inches in places—as it slows down.

The U.S. Navy ordered almost 30 ships in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia to put to sea to avoid the storm.

Just weeks ago, researchers at the George Washington University's (GWU) Milken School of Public Health estimated the number of Americans in Puerto Rico who died last year from the effects of Hurricane Maria at 2,975. That event now exceeds the death toll from the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York. Hurricane Katrina claimed more than 1,800 lives in 2005. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz tweeted, "The # of deaths 2,975 reinforces the pain inflicted on the people of PR and the violation of our human rights. THEY WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN."

Besieged as he is, one might think the sitting president would enjoy the distraction of responding to hurricane recovery at his doorstep with more than paper towels and photo ops. But as Brian Williams observed last night on "The 11th Hour," the hurricane is "a huge empathy challenge for an empathy challenged president." Pray no one tells Trump those low-country coastal counties are part of "the black belt."

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          FEMA Simulated A Cat 4 Hurricane Striking East Coast Just Months Before Florence      Cache   Translate Page      

Earlier this year, government disaster planners simulated a Category 4 hurricane strike alarmingly similar to Hurricane Florence unfolding on a dangerously vulnerable stretch of the US East Coast. 

A fictional "Hurricane Cora" was modeled to charge up the Chesapeake Bay and strike Washington, D.C., created by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Argonne National Laboratory.


Simulated Cone graphical forecast for Hurricane Cora, used for the 2018 National Level Exercise. (This is NOT an actual hurricane, but is used for testing our nation’s preparedness for hurricane impacts.)

Associated Press (AP) said the computer models showed "catastrophic damage" from the hurricane, which some experts warn that Hurricane Florence could produce a disaster comparable to 2005's Hurricane Katrina in the Carolinas and surrounding states.

The fictional hurricane knocked out the power grid for most gas stations in the Mid-Atlantic region, severely damaged a nuclear power plant, and blocked critical shipping channels in the Chesapeake Bay, according to a Department of Energy simulation manual.

"What they were trying to do was create a worst-case scenario, but it's a very realistic scenario," said Joshua Behr, a research professor at Virginia's Old Dominion University who is involved in disaster modeling and simulations.

Realistic indeed, it just so happens that months after the government's Cora simulation, Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm is expected to hit the same general area -- roughly 200 miles south of the modeled area in Wilmington, N.C.

On Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said the storm was 575 miles southeast of Cape Fear, North Carolina. It had maximum sustained winds of 130 mph and could make landfall in the Carolinas by the end of the week.

AP also said the fictional storm made landfall in the densely populated Hampton Roads region, causing a massive 15-foot storm surge and more than 9 inches of rain to the coastal area within the first six hours of landfall. Models showed main routes -- used for evacuations as well as for first responders -- in and around the coastal regions of Virginia, were severely damaged and allowed a delayed response of search and rescue teams.

Cora slammed +100 mph sustained winds into three nuclear power stations. One was critically damaged. Models also showed thirty-three major power substations were at risk for storm surge and inland flooding.

Ed Vallee, a meteorologist at Vallee Wx Consulting, warned that "Florence will approach the Carolina coast Thursday night into Friday with winds in excess of 100 mph along with flooding rains. This system will approach the Brunswick Nuclear Plant as well as the Duke-Sutton Steam Plant."

He tweeted several weather models Tuesday morning that forecasts rainfall amounts 15-40" range in some regions along the coast.

One of those models is the ECMWF Total Precipitation, which shows the most torrential rain could be situated around the two nuclear power plants in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Aside from Florence, the fictional storm damaged critical roads, bridges, and debris blocked the Newport News Channel and other waterways.

Coast Guard Station Cape Charles lost power, and Coast Guard Station Chincoteague was severely damaged by high winds. Models also showed cataphoric damage at Reagan National Airport in Washington.

The make-believe hurricane knocked out hundreds of cell towers, and power was lost to 135 data centers in Virginia and another 60 in Maryland.

The scenario projected hurricane-force winds for a 50-mile radius from the storm's center, damaging residential neighborhoods and critical infrastructure.

AP notes that the Cora hurricane simulation makes no mention of deaths and injuries but instead focuses on infrastructure.

Another remarkable similarity between the Cora simulation and Florence's path: already saturated ground on that part of the Mid-Atlantic coast.

"What I fear is that saturation, combined with a storm that kind of stalls out," said Behr, who has studied vulnerable populations in the paths of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast and in the Hampton Roads region.

If parts of the East Coast, Mid-Atlantic, and or the South East are deluged with water, it could be a Katrina 2.0, Behr said.

"I believe that those patterns are also going to manifest in Hampton Roads if and when a large storm hits," he said. "The vulnerability of our populations are quite similar to New Orleans. Displacement, pain, suffering, property loss. All those things are going to play out in a fashion that has parallels to how Katrina played out."

AP warns that Hampton Roads, a coastal region inhabited by 1.7 million people in cities such as Norfolk, Virginia, and Virginia Beach, could experince difficulties in evacuations.

"I've heard people say Virginia Beach is the world's largest cul-de-sac in the sense that there are not a lot of ways to evacuate," said Michelle Covi, an assistant professor of practice with Old Dominion University and Virginia Sea Grant, a science group that works with other universities in the region on coastal issues.

"You can't go north because of the Chesapeake Bay," she said. "You can't really go south, and in this case you wouldn't want to because the storm is that way. You generally want to go west, but again there are lots of water bodies."

It seems as government disaster planners at FEMA have been preparing for "the big one," maybe it will be Florence? 


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          FEMA Simulated A Cat 4 Hurricane Striking East Coast Just Months Before Florence      Cache   Translate Page      

Earlier this year, government disaster planners simulated a Category 4 hurricane strike alarmingly similar to Hurricane Florence unfolding on a dangerously vulnerable stretch of the US East Coast. 

A fictional "Hurricane Cora" was modeled to charge up the Chesapeake Bay and strike Washington, D.C., created by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Argonne National Laboratory.


Simulated Cone graphical forecast for Hurricane Cora, used for the 2018 National Level Exercise. (This is NOT an actual hurricane, but is used for testing our nation’s preparedness for hurricane impacts.)

Associated Press (AP) said the computer models showed "catastrophic damage" from the hurricane, which some experts warn that Hurricane Florence could produce a disaster comparable to 2005's Hurricane Katrina in the Carolinas and surrounding states.

The fictional hurricane knocked out the power grid for most gas stations in the Mid-Atlantic region, severely damaged a nuclear power plant, and blocked critical shipping channels in the Chesapeake Bay, according to a Department of Energy simulation manual.

"What they were trying to do was create a worst-case scenario, but it's a very realistic scenario," said Joshua Behr, a research professor at Virginia's Old Dominion University who is involved in disaster modeling and simulations.

Realistic indeed, it just so happens that months after the government's Cora simulation, Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm is expected to hit the same general area -- roughly 200 miles south of the modeled area in Wilmington, N.C.

On Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said the storm was 575 miles southeast of Cape Fear, North Carolina. It had maximum sustained winds of 130 mph and could make landfall in the Carolinas by the end of the week.

AP also said the fictional storm made landfall in the densely populated Hampton Roads region, causing a massive 15-foot storm surge and more than 9 inches of rain to the coastal area within the first six hours of landfall. Models showed main routes -- used for evacuations as well as for first responders -- in and around the coastal regions of Virginia, were severely damaged and allowed a delayed response of search and rescue teams.

Cora slammed +100 mph sustained winds into three nuclear power stations. One was critically damaged. Models also showed thirty-three major power substations were at risk for storm surge and inland flooding.

Ed Vallee, a meteorologist at Vallee Wx Consulting, warned that "Florence will approach the Carolina coast Thursday night into Friday with winds in excess of 100 mph along with flooding rains. This system will approach the Brunswick Nuclear Plant as well as the Duke-Sutton Steam Plant."

He tweeted several weather models Tuesday morning that forecasts rainfall amounts 15-40" range in some regions along the coast.

One of those models is the ECMWF Total Precipitation, which shows the most torrential rain could be situated around the two nuclear power plants in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Aside from Florence, the fictional storm damaged critical roads, bridges, and debris blocked the Newport News Channel and other waterways.

Coast Guard Station Cape Charles lost power, and Coast Guard Station Chincoteague was severely damaged by high winds. Models also showed cataphoric damage at Reagan National Airport in Washington.

The make-believe hurricane knocked out hundreds of cell towers, and power was lost to 135 data centers in Virginia and another 60 in Maryland.

The scenario projected hurricane-force winds for a 50-mile radius from the storm's center, damaging residential neighborhoods and critical infrastructure.

AP notes that the Cora hurricane simulation makes no mention of deaths and injuries but instead focuses on infrastructure.

Another remarkable similarity between the Cora simulation and Florence's path: already saturated ground on that part of the Mid-Atlantic coast.

"What I fear is that saturation, combined with a storm that kind of stalls out," said Behr, who has studied vulnerable populations in the paths of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast and in the Hampton Roads region.

If parts of the East Coast, Mid-Atlantic, and or the South East are deluged with water, it could be a Katrina 2.0, Behr said.

"I believe that those patterns are also going to manifest in Hampton Roads if and when a large storm hits," he said. "The vulnerability of our populations are quite similar to New Orleans. Displacement, pain, suffering, property loss. All those things are going to play out in a fashion that has parallels to how Katrina played out."

AP warns that Hampton Roads, a coastal region inhabited by 1.7 million people in cities such as Norfolk, Virginia, and Virginia Beach, could experince difficulties in evacuations.

"I've heard people say Virginia Beach is the world's largest cul-de-sac in the sense that there are not a lot of ways to evacuate," said Michelle Covi, an assistant professor of practice with Old Dominion University and Virginia Sea Grant, a science group that works with other universities in the region on coastal issues.

"You can't go north because of the Chesapeake Bay," she said. "You can't really go south, and in this case you wouldn't want to because the storm is that way. You generally want to go west, but again there are lots of water bodies."

It seems as government disaster planners at FEMA have been preparing for "the big one," maybe it will be Florence? 


          Comment on Carolina Beer Guy: Brewgrass rescheduled for Oct. 27 at Salvage Station by Bradd      Cache   Translate Page      
I had 5 guys coming in from Norfolk,VA , Providence and Newport, RI, and Minneapolis, MN to add to the regional cities Ms. Dickinson mentions above. Hopefully,we'll be able to make the Oct 27th reschedule at Salvage Station (good venue)! You can't mess with Mother Nature! Here's hoping that damage to All will be minimal. Bradd
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Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. Assist with weekly cheque runs and other accounts payable functions as needed, including data... $21.36 - $26.68 an hour
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Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. Two (2) year Community college, Engineering technician program or a combination of experience... $71,282 - $89,103 a year
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          Supervising Engineer/Project Manager (Pump Station Design) - Brown and Caldwell - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Successful marketing, proposal writing, proposal management, and public presentations experience. Our Virginia Beach office is currently seeking a _Supervising...
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          Provider Reimbursement Admin - Norfolk, VA - PS4239      Cache   Translate Page      
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          MS SQL Server Database Admin Sr Advisor - PS3942      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Emergency Management officials warn Norfolk neighbors about flooding dangers      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Florence is still hundreds of miles from Hampton Roads, but neighbors are already dealing with flooded roadways.
          Hotel Accounting Clerk - Residence Inn - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
LTD Hospitality Group has taken pride in superior hotel development and management for more than 30 years and is a recognized leader managing top-performing...
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          Natural Resource Manager - PAE - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in Natural Resources Management, Environmental Science, Forestry, Rangeland Management or equivalent field, Must...
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          Blog Post: Norfolk Southern Can't Ditch Parts Of Worker Bias Suit      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Natural Resource Manager - PAE - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in Natural Resources Management, Environmental Science, Forestry, Rangeland Management or equivalent field, Must...
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          FLIGHT DELAYS: Airlines cancel Norfolk International flights ahead of Florence      Cache   Translate Page      
Southwest Airlines tweeted on Tuesday that it will be canceling flights to and from Norfolk International Airport on Thursday and Friday.
        

          US readies for ‘big one’ as Hurricane Florence approaches Carolinas      Cache   Translate Page      
Author: 
Sébastien DUVAL, with Leila Macor in Columbia, South Carolina | AFP
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WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, USA: People fleeing North and South Carolina clogged coastal highways early Wednesday as Hurricane Florence, a monster Category 4 storm, bore down on the US east coast for a direct hit in a low-lying region dense with beachfront vacation homes.
President Donald Trump, warning residents to get out of the way, said the federal government was “ready for the big one that is coming.”

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NORFOLK, Va., Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Honorees from around the world will be on-hand as the Association for Rescue at Sea (AFRAS) holds its annual maritime search and rescue awards ceremony at the Rayburn House Office Building at Washington D.C.'s Capitol Hill Thursday.
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          OEC-18-34 - Special Education Resource Teacher Pool - Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board - Resource, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
Works in consultation with classroom teachers, parents/guardians and student (where appropriate), to develop,....
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          Intermediate PC Technician/Help Desk Support - Leidos - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience maintaining Lexmark, HP, or Ricoh printer devices (i.e. Do you want to grow your career and be part of a team solving critical challenges that affect...
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KVC Nebraska is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit package including...
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SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCE TEACHER POOL. The Special Education Resource Teacher will report to the Superintendent of Education responsible for Special....
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Amazon says the Christmas trees, including Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines, will be bound and shipped without water in the usual sort of box.
          The Hotwire #36: #PrisonStrike ends—bring back anti-nationalism—economic crisis in Argentina      Cache   Translate Page      

It’s 17 years and a day after 9/11 and Iraq is still in shambles, so we rip apart liberals for thinking George W. Bush is somehow “cute”. 2001 pops up again when we compare the current economic crisis in Argentina to the wave of worker-led factory takeovers and anarchist media that resisted the last economic meltdown there. We call for anarchists to incorporate a critique of nationalism itself into our anti-fascist strategy and analysis, we include preliminary information for autonomous relief efforts based in mutual aid for #HurricaneFlorence, and we wrap up the National #PrisonStrike with an action report and a bunch of phone-zaps! Send us news, events, or ideas on how our show can better serve anarchist activity in your town by emailing us at podcast@crimethinc.com. {September 12, 2018}

 

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  • Table of Contents:
    • Introduction {0:00}
    • George W. Bush is not cute {0:50}
    • The other 9/11 {2:45}
    • Economic collapse in Argentina… again {4:00}
    • Bringing back the anarchist critique of nationalism {5:25}
    • Here come the hurricanes—time for mutual aid {11:00}
    • #PrisonStrike ends {14:55}
    • Repression roundup {20:35}
    • Next Week’s News {27:40}
  • Download 29:30 minutes long version.
  • Autonomous Mutual Aid in the wake of Hurricane Florence
  • Mutual Aid Disaster Relief will give a brief presentation on September 15th at 10:30am at the Uplift Climate Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Anarchist book fairs this weekend:
  • Upcoming anti-fascist action:
    • September 15: Stop the League of the South from disrupting TriPride in Johnson City, TN
    • September 29: Oppose the League of the South’s rally in Elizabethton, TN. Stay tuned to @HollerNetwork and @knoxradical for updates.
  • Argentina:
    • The documentary The Take looks at factory takeovers and a little of the abstentionist anti-voting movement in Argentina as a response to the economic crisis of 2001
    • Keep up with resistance news in Argentina through Indymedia Argentina and the excellent anti-authoritarian TV channel Antena Negra
  • Other relevant CrimethInc. output:
  • Hotwire #3, Hotwire #6, and Hotwire #9 have interviews about mutual aid based, autonomous relief efforts in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
  • Some anarchist critiques of nationalism:
  • Donate to the legal defense fund for anti-racists and anti-fascists arrested in relation to the Silent Sam confederate monument in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • Check out this guide on experiences and reflections dealing with undercover police infiltration in Toronto
  • Evictions HAVE BEGUN in the Hambach Forest! If you’re in Europe, make your way to the Hambach Forest in Germany to help defend it, and the radical Ewok village of forest defenders who live there. Also, check out our audio documentary about the forest and the defense campaign to stop the cutting.
  • Pre-sales are OPEN for the 2019 Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners calendar! The theme of next year’s calendar is Health/Care, and it features art and writing from current and former political prisoners like David Gilbert, Mike and Chuck Africa, and Laura Whitehorn. If you buy 10 or more, be sure to use the discount code “BULK” to get 10 or more calendars for $10 each—you can then sell the calendars to fundraise for your own organizing. Orders start shipping September 10!
  • Use this straightforward guide to writing prisoners from New York City Anarchist Black Cross to write imprisoned American Indian Movement warrior Leonard Peltier.

    Leonard Peltier
    #89637–132
    USP Coleman I
    Post Office Box 1033
    Coleman, Florida 33521

  • Phone zap for Jason Walker

    You can contact the TDCJ Ombudsman at ombudsman@tdcj.texas.gov, as well as the Telford Unit’s management at 903–628–3171 and garth.parker@tdcj.texas.gov. You can speak to the Regional Director’s office at (903) 928–2623, billy.howard@tdcj.texas.gov and carl.mckellar@tdcj.texas.gov. Contact details for TDCJ head office are (936) 295–6371, Bryan.Collier@tdcj.texas.gov and exec.director@tdcj.texas.gov

    Script for phone calls: “Hello, I am contacting you as I have been made aware of a pattern of bogus disciplinary cases being issued by CO Renitia T. Davis. In particular, I wish to request that you bring in an appropriate outside investigator to fully investigate the recent cases issued to inmates Jason Renard Walker #1532092 and Logan Newsome #2163761 with an eye to getting these fraudulent cases overturned and expunged immediately, as well as conducting a full investigation into Officer Davis’ history. Beyond this, I demand that you cease all forms of harassment and retaliation against Jason Walker, including but not limited to the issuing of bogus cases, the censorship of his correspondence, and the denial of access to heat respite. Please investigate and overturn all recent cases and disciplinary measures issued to Mr. Walker by Telford Unit staff, and investigate the conduct of Lieutenant Estrada, Sergeant Gilstrap, Sergeant Sartin, and Lieutenant Ricks, who have all played a role in the campaign of harassment. Thank you”

  • Phone zap for Kevin Rashid Johnson

    Monday morning, starting at 9 AM, please phone and email the official in charge of interstate compact: Chief of Corrections Operations David Robinson. You can call the main office number at 804–674–3000 and ask to be transferred to his phone line. Robinson’s email address is david.robinson@vadoc.virginia.gov When leaving a message or talking to Mr Robinson, refer to Rashid by his legal name Kevin Johnson. Explain that he is better off in Virginia, that he has been subjected to serious human rights abuses during previous transfers.

  • We have a Twitter! Follow @HotwireWeekly and send us news that we should include in the show.

 


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          Systems Analyst Advisor - Job family - PS10757      Cache   Translate Page      
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VA-Norfolk, Anthem, Inc. is the nation's leading health benefits company serving the needs of approximately 40 million medical members nationwide. Your innovation. Our impact. At Anthem, Inc., it’s a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we’re creating greater access to care for our members, greater health for our communities, and greater experiences for our customers. Innovation is a top priori
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A Virginia city official says residents have reported that people in fluorescent vests are going door-to-door and trying to get residents to evacuate their homes and businesses.
        

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          1 million have been ordered to flee Hurricane Florence, but the Marine Corps' Camp Lejeune says it's going to stay and 'fight'      Cache   Translate Page      

Lejeune

  • The commanding general at the US Marine Corps' Camp Lejeune is facing criticism for not issuing a mandatory evacuation order as Hurricane Florence barrels toward the east coast.
  • Thousands of Marines have evacuated as nonessential personnel were released from duty, but some remain. 
  • Brig. Gen. Julian D. Alford has defended the decision and pledged to take care of the remaining personnel. 

The commanding general at the US Marine Corps' Camp Lejeune is facing criticism for not issuing a mandatory evacuation order as Hurricane Florence barrels directly towards his North Carolina base, but he's issued a series of statements defending the move.

"Since 1941, this base and its Marines have been postured to deal with crises at home and abroad and Hurricane Florence is no exception," Brig. Gen. Julian D. Alford said in a message posted to the base's Facebook page on Tuesday. "Marines take care of each other, and I will expend every available resource to make sure that happens."

Alford also said Lejeune is not in a flood prone area and seems confident the base can keep the remaining personnel there safe. "I give you my personal assurance we are going to take care of everyone on this base," he said. 

Thousands of Marines have reportedly left the base as nonessential personnel were released from duty, but it's not clear how many personnel remain there. Camp Lejeune's public affairs office did not immediately respond to a request from Business Insider for updated figures on who will remain on base. 

Due to the size and severity of the storm and the fact the base is at sea level near inland bodies of water, many on social media have mocked and criticized Alford's decision not to order a mandatory evacuation. 

Meanwhile, Marine recruits at Parris Island in South Carolina were ordered to evacuate on Tuesday, but those orders were later rescinded based on changes in the trajectory of the storm. Personnel who'd already evacuated Parris Island were ordered to return to their permanent duty station no later than 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday. 

"As of now, all Marines assigned to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island will resume normal base operations on Thursday. This includes commanders and troops alike," the base's commanding general, Brig. Gen. James F. Glynn, said in a statement on the termination of the evacuation order. 

Other branches of the military have taken precautionary measures in preparation for the storm. The US Navy, for example, earlier this week ordered dozens of ships based in Norfolk, Virginia, out to sea

Florence is a Category 4 hurricane and is expected to make landfall on Friday and could dump as much as 40 inches of rain on North Carolina. The storm is expected to bring catastrophic flooding across the Carolinas. 

More than one million people in the region are under mandatory-evacuation orders, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper on Wednesday urged residents to get out while they still can, stating, "Disaster is at the doorstep. If you're on the coast there is still time to get out safely."

SEE ALSO: 30 ships ordered to flee US Navy's biggest base in Virginia as Hurricane Florence closes in

DON'T MISS: 'Disaster is at the doorstep': Hurricane Florence is churning toward the Carolinas, bringing life-threatening storm surge and rainfall

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          OEC-18-34 - Special Education Resource Teacher Pool - Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board - Resource, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
322 Fairview Drive, PO Box 217, Brantford, ON N3T 5M8. Internal Job Posting #OEC-18-34....
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SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCE TEACHER POOL. The Special Education Resource Teacher will report to the Superintendent of Education responsible for Special....
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          Wait Staff - Pasha Mezze - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          (USA-VA-Norfolk) Senior Engineer - Policy and Processes      Cache   Translate Page      
Overview Position: Senior Engineer - Policy and Processes Location: Norfolk Naval Station (NH 95) Clearance: Must have current Secret clearance, verifiable in JPAS No. of positions: One (1) Period of Performance:Six (6) month base began on 9/22/17 with four (4), twelve-month option years Joint Staff J35 South requires non-personal support services to Joint Staff J35 South Global Force Management Policy and Process Division to analyze/define shortfalls or inefficiencies and deliver solutions to improve systems, architectures and business processes related to critical mission areas ofGlobal Force Management(GFM) ,Adaptive Planning and Execution(APEX), and Joint Deployment Process(JDP). The focus of this role is extensive, in-depth policy development, presentation and documentation. The right candidate will be able to develop policy with associated presentation and understand GFM more in strategy than in data-entry. Responsibilities Takes an individual withpatience, excellent reading comprehension and writing skills, and theability to stay focusedon a single task that may take months to complete. + Project 2nd and 3rd order effects of proposed changes to GFM & APEX processes and related critical mission areas + Draft Joint Doctrine and Policy in Joint Publications and CJCS Instructions, Manuals, Guides and other strategic and operational documents + Systemsfamiliarity with Joint Capabilities Requirement Manager(JCRM),Events Logbook, Joint Operation Planning and Execution Systems(JOPES), andPreferred Force Generator(PFG) + Adjust rapidly to shifts in priorities and manage multiple tasks simultaneously that may include staff support relating to current Joint Force Coordinator actions + Apply a detailed knowledge of Title 10, US Code, DoD level policy, DoD organizations and processes, Joint and Service doctrine, and the planning and operational employment of Forces, with a focus on the critical mission areas + Apply a broad understanding of Military Command & Control and Force structure at the Military Department and Unified/Specified level (Joint Commands) to the Joint planning process and mission analysis for GFM + Originate, conceive, and conduct continuous process improvement of critical mission areasto include: + Affordable improvements and innovation in GFM integration with APEX and JD + Development of DoDAF Compliant Architecture and recommendations for the improvement and streamlining of GFM processes + GFM/APEX/JD studies, analyses, or modeling & simulation + Support of the integration of GFM & APEX processes and policies into war games or simulations + GFM Policy integration supporting Joint Deployment Process Owner equities in the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise + Recommended Joint processes employing templates + Being conversant in business process improvement methods and techniques + Understanding of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) and the documents and products produced within JCIDS + Interpretation, synthesis, and presentation of findings and recommendations (both orally and in writing) to military (O-5/6) and civilian (GS-14/15) decision makers + Ability to apply complex business process improvement methodologies (such as Six Sigma) to J35 critical mission areas + Applying a depth of knowledge, skills, and abilities to required research, process analysis, and studies, with competency in GFM & APEX processes and critical mission areas of Joint planning Qualifications Requirements: + Bachelor’s degree in a related technical or management discipline from an accredited college or university. + Four (4) years of direct experience with the integration of GFM with Adaptive Planning & Execution with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from an accredited college or university may be substituted for the requirement of a bachelor's degree in a related technical or management discipline. Clearance Requirements: ActiveSecret, must be verifiable within JPAS. This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability. Per EO 11246, this federal contractor and subcontractor will refrain from discharging, or otherwise discriminating against, employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants. An exception exists where the employee or applicant makes the disclosure based on information obtained in the course of performing his or her essential job functions. #S1 ID2018-1210 # of Openings1 CategoryEngineering
          (USA-VA-Norfolk) Senior Help Desk Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
Overview Position: Senior Help Desk Specialist (6 openings) Location: Primary location in DC area/Pentagon, but two (2) will be in Hampton Roads POP: This contract is CONTINGENT upon award, but estimated POP is 18Dec2018 - 17Dec2022 Clearance: Primarily Top Secret, but some roles will require SCI. Clearance must be verifiable in JPAS. Joint Staff J6 (JS J6) Information Technology and Knowledge Engineering Support (IT/KE) OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE: The contractor shall provide non-personal services to support the JS J6 DD CIO/ITS mission in four key functional areas: Knowledge Engineering, Information Technology Support, Information Technology (IT) Project Management, and eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). Knowledge Engineering (KE). The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides technology synergy and requirements assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of embedded or centrally managed Knowledge Engineers. The team enables synergy by integrating requirements, initiatives, and developments to leverage JS knowledge and information to facilitate the JS decision-making process. Information Technology Support (ITS). The Joint Staff has outsourced IT and network service to external organizations. The Information Technology Support team serves as the advocate to these external service providers for the Joint Staff users. The ITS team will actively monitor trouble ticket queues and identify languishing tickets that need action on by the service providers. Additionally, the ITS team will connect and configure Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) end user devices such as thin clients, Top Secret Voice Over Internet phones, and printers. Information Technology (IT) Project Management. The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides IT project management assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of centrally managed Project Managers. The team will be TS/SCI eligible and complete projects execution using guidance from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), and by providing IT technical analysis and oversight to ensure successful delivery from external service providers. eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). The joint Staff’s eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM) Solution is comprised of Alfresco’s DoD 5015.2 compliant Enterprise Records Management (ERM) system, integrated with the Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) system to ensure that records are maintained and tracked through appropriate classification and disposition schedules. This includes full life-cycle management from receipt, control of metadata and image, tasking Joint Staff Directorates, Services, and other DoD agencies for action and records. Responsibilities IT Issue Resolution: The contractor shall monitor existing Joint Staff NIPR, SIPR, and JWICS ticket queues. The contractor shall assess, track, monitor, and escalate trouble tickets for incidents and problem resolution and verify with the customer when the incident/problem has been resolved. The contractor shall be required to do both morning and afternoon IT wellness checks across the J-Directorates. The contractor shall identify IT issues and elevate the issues to the appropriate service provider. The contractor shall assist in the development, testing and implementation of a business process for validating IT service request completion. As directed by the government, the contractor shall provide technical trend analysis from available data sources to identify performance metrics that will enhance operational performance. The contractor shall monitor, assess, and track service provider’s authorized service interruptions (ASIs) and advise the government on user impact during the ASI. The contractor shall provide regular updates to users with open tickets. IT Requirements Support: The contractor shall assist in the development and validation of IT requirements. The contractor shall aid the Joint Staff Directorate IT Validators (J-Dir Validators) in the creation, refinement, submission, and validation of user IT requirements The contractor assist in bi-weekly reviews of open IT requirements. Strategic Communications: The contractor shall support the delivery of DD CIO/ITS strategic communications to the JS users. The contractor shall conduct face-to-face communications with users during the wellness checks to reinforce DD CIO/ITS strategic communications. As directed by the government, the contractor shall assist the DD CIO/ITS collect required information from JS users in order to complete tasked requests for information. JWICS Installation Support: The contractor shall support the installation of JWICS end user devices. The contractor shall install and configure JWICS end user devices to include workstations, Top Secret Voice Over Internet Phones, printers, and desktop video teleconferencing systems. The contactor shall support office moves through the removal, transport, and reinstallation of JWICS end user devices. The contractor shall dispose of end-of-life JWICS end user devices in accordance with security regulations.. Qualifications Clearance: An in-scope TS/SCI is required and must be verifiable in JPAS. Education and Experience: All personnel supporting this taske must have a DoDI 8570.01M (IAT Level II) certification. This means each person must have a Security+ CE certification or equivalent AND an applicable OS/CE certifiation. Additionally,all personnel supporting this taskwill have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 3 years of below task related experience; ORan Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 3 years of below task related experience. This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability. Per EO 11246, this federal contractor and subcontractor will refrain from discharging, or otherwise discriminating against, employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants. An exception exists where the employee or applicant makes the disclosure based on information obtained in the course of performing his or her essential job functions. #S3 ID2018-1214 # of Openings6 CategoryInformation Technology
          (USA-VA-Norfolk) Knowledge Engineers - Junior and Senior      Cache   Translate Page      
Overview Position: Senior Knowledge Engineer (8 openings); Junior Knowledge Engineer (5 openings) Location: Primary location in DC area/Pentagon, but two (2) will be in Hampton Roads POP: This contract is CONTINGENT upon award, but estimated POP is 18Dec2018 - 17Dec2022 Clearance: 50% must have Top Secret/SCI and the other 50% at Top Secret only. Clearance must be verifiable in JPAS. Joint Staff J6 (JS J6) Information Technology and Knowledge Engineering Support (IT/KE) OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE: The contractor shall provide non-personal services to support the JS J6 DD CIO/ITS mission in four key functional areas: Knowledge Engineering, Information Technology Support, Information Technology (IT) Project Management, and eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). Knowledge Engineering (KE). The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides technology synergy and requirements assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of embedded or centrally managed Knowledge Engineers. The team enables synergy by integrating requirements, initiatives, and developments to leverage JS knowledge and information to facilitate the JS decision-making process. Information Technology Support (ITS). The Joint Staff has outsourced IT and network service to external organizations. The Information Technology Support team serves as the advocate to these external service providers for the Joint Staff users. The ITS team will actively monitor trouble ticket queues and identify languishing tickets that need action on by the service providers. Additionally, the ITS team will connect and configure Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) end user devices such as thin clients, Top Secret Voice Over Internet phones, and printers. Information Technology (IT) Project Management. The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides IT project management assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of centrally managed Project Managers. The team will be TS/SCI eligible and complete projects execution using guidance from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), and by providing IT technical analysis and oversight to ensure successful delivery from external service providers. eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). The joint Staff’s eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM) Solution is comprised of Alfresco’s DoD 5015.2 compliant Enterprise Records Management (ERM) system, integrated with the Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) system to ensure that records are maintained and tracked through appropriate classification and disposition schedules. This includes full life-cycle management from receipt, control of metadata and image, tasking Joint Staff Directorates, Services, and other DoD agencies for action and records. Responsibilities Joint Staff Information Environment Assessment– the contractor shall continually assess the Joint Staff Information Environment and recommend improvements using IT and collaborative tools to allow JS leaders to better leverage the JS knowledge and make timely, informed decisions. The contractor shall assess the utilization of IT capabilities and recommend IT process improvement initiatives. The contractor shall conduct technical analysis (as directed by the government) to enable data driven decisions to identify options or to validate courses of action in development and execution of Enterprise level services. The contractor shall provide data supported recommendations on Directorate proposed IT requirements, to include utility, integration and supportability of applications within the Enterprise and the Joint Information Environment (JIE). Portal and Collaborative Tool Development and Support– Joint Staff’s primary means of sharing information is through Sharepoint-based portals on NIPR and SIPR. The objective is to develop smart, consolidated, and aligned IT solutions across the Joint Staff and to provide problem resolution and mission-oriented customer technical interface. The contractor shall develop SharePoint and Knowledge Management tools based in support of user requirements. The contractor shall review and provide recommendations to Joint Staff Baseline Requirements Documents. The contractor shall develop workflows to streamline Joint Staff business processes. The contractor shall support the JS in development of a Knowledge Management strategy in which the JS will centralize data, standardize data elements, share database information, utilize common IT systems, and expose IT data/services for maximum information sharing. The contractor shall create, maintain, archive and present metrics in support of Joint Staff Knowledge Management transformation and process improvement efforts The contractor shall provide support to transition to newer KM/collaborative tool platforms and, if required, support transition/moving data to Enterprise hosted sites. The contractor shall keep the customer abreast of status, resolve issues as needed and facilitate solutions using enterprise IT capabilities and ensure services are aligned with the JS enterprise architecture, interoperable services and network centric enterprise services. The contractor shall provide recommendations and input in the development and/or update of Joint Staff Knowledge Management Directives User support The contractor shall provide 24/7 support to the NMCC/NJOIC and Joint Staff Crisis Management Team for real world events as well as exercises. The contractor shall assist in standing up and tearing down the Crisis Management Team (CMT) collaborative tools in preparation for exercises and actual events with on-site (2) hour response during CMT activation/operations. The contractor shall provide support to Site R as necessary on an as-needed basis (during exercises and other events). The contractor shall provide on-site 24 hour response time to the assignment of Directorate KE requirements once input into the established "KE task/project tracker". The contractor shall provide dedicated support to the Joint Staff Top 7 senior leaders and the National Military Command Center (NMCC) and the National Joint Operations and Intelligence Center (NJOIC). The contractor shall develop training resources to assist Joint Staff Users and Site Owners fully leverage the implementation of Knowledge Management tools. Qualifications Clearance: 50% of the personnel to have a TS/SCI clearance and the remaining personnel to have a TS clearance. Education and Experience: The lead KEis required to have a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD): App Builder Certification, or previous MCSD: SharePoint Applications. All other KEsshould have experience utilizing these tools and applications as well. All Senior level KEs will have a Master of Science degree from an accredited college in Engineering or Computer Science with a minimum of five (5) years of below task related experience, or a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in Engineering or Computer Science with a minimum of five (5) years of below task related experience. Junior level KEs will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in Engineering or Computer Science with a minimum of two (2) years of below task related experience. This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability. Per EO 11246, this federal contractor and subcontractor will refrain from discharging, or otherwise discriminating against, employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants. An exception exists where the employee or applicant makes the disclosure based on information obtained in the course of performing his or her essential job functions. #S2 ID2018-1212 # of Openings13 CategoryInformation Technology
          (USA-VA-Norfolk) Junior or Senior System Administrator (eDTRM)      Cache   Translate Page      
Overview Position: Senior System Administrator (2 openings); Junior System Administrator (1 opening) Location: Primary location in DC area/Pentagon, but may be in Hampton Roads as well POP: This contract is CONTINGENT upon award, but estimated POP is 18Dec2018 - 17Dec2022 Clearance: In-scope Top Secret is required. Clearance must be verifiable in JPAS. Joint Staff J6 (JS J6) Information Technology and Knowledge Engineering Support (IT/KE) OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE: The contractor shall provide non-personal services to support the JS J6 DD CIO/ITS mission in four key functional areas: Knowledge Engineering, Information Technology Support, Information Technology (IT) Project Management, and eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). Knowledge Engineering (KE). The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides technology synergy and requirements assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of embedded or centrally managed Knowledge Engineers. The team enables synergy by integrating requirements, initiatives, and developments to leverage JS knowledge and information to facilitate the JS decision-making process. Information Technology Support (ITS). The Joint Staff has outsourced IT and network service to external organizations. The Information Technology Support team serves as the advocate to these external service providers for the Joint Staff users. The ITS team will actively monitor trouble ticket queues and identify languishing tickets that need action on by the service providers. Additionally, the ITS team will connect and configure Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) end user devices such as thin clients, Top Secret Voice Over Internet phones, and printers. Information Technology (IT) Project Management. The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides IT project management assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of centrally managed Project Managers. The team will be TS/SCI eligible and complete projects execution using guidance from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), and by providing IT technical analysis and oversight to ensure successful delivery from external service providers. eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). The joint Staff’s eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM) Solution is comprised of Alfresco’s DoD 5015.2 compliant Enterprise Records Management (ERM) system, integrated with the Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) system to ensure that records are maintained and tracked through appropriate classification and disposition schedules. This includes full life-cycle management from receipt, control of metadata and image, tasking Joint Staff Directorates, Services, and other DoD agencies for action and records. Responsibilities Operations, Maintenance, and Administration of Enterprise Records Management(ERM), and Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) Systems: The following applications will be supported for ERM; Alfresco Enterprise, Alfresco Records Management, LibreOffice, ImageMagick. The following applications will be supported for JSAP; BizFlow, JasperSoft The contractor shall provide qualified professionals to perform on-site operations and maintenance for ERM and JSAP applications deployed in the NIPRNet and SIPRNet environments that include Pre-Production (UAT/Staging) and Production as required. The Contractor shall ensure the ERM and JSAP systems have uptimes of at least 98% (not counting planned outages), and provide on-site support Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 6 PM except for Federal Holidays and periods of approved scheduled maintenance. On-site support includes but is not limited to: Bug identification, tracking and resolution Assist with adding users to the systems and configuring access level permissions Manage and update user access rights, data schemas, integration with applications Monitoring and maintaining the operational integrity of the system during operation cycles Maintaining and scaling technical architecture as needed to meet usage demands, Assisting with database updates Integrate new production releases in support of changes, enhancements, and integration of new systems Modify or enhance existing applications per customer requirements and adhere to established change management processes Tracking system activities via logs, status reports, matrices, and statistical information and analysis and making recommendations for action Making system updates as needed to ensure compatibility with the most current browsers, operating systems, and devices Ensuring system optimization through research, recommendations and implementation of solutions that improve efficiency Application performance monitoring and reporting Respond to incident tickets, outage notifications (phone, email, in person) Update and patch deployment to suite of applications within Alfresco Ensure all processes, manual and automated, are documented in the operating procedures Manage and control configuration and changes to the system Development, User Acceptance Testing and Issue Resolution: As required on a case by case basis, development, user acceptance testing and issue-resolution may occur and may require agreed upon sustainment. These efforts will be approved on a case-by-case basis by the COR. This will include the following activities: The contractor shall capture requirements to build out the Chairman’s Correspondence (CPC) workflow when directed by Government. The contractor shall support the export of CPC data that needs to be exported into the Alfresco repository and be readily accessible by the customer. The contractor will conduct User Acceptance Testing (UATs) for completed workflows, bug fixes and new releases. The contractor will conduct Train-the-Trainer training for any newly developed workflows and provide the SJS Training Team with User Guides that can be leveraged to develop formal training guides. The contractor will support the development reports utilizing the JasperSoft tool and provide ad hoc support as required. The contractor shall support system connection to the Correspondence and Task Management System (CATMS). The contractor shall capture requirements to build out the eDiscovery (ED) workflow when directed. by the Government. Qualifications Clearance: An in-scope Top Secret is required and it must be verificable in JPAS. Education and Experience: TheSenior Systems Administratorsupporting this task will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 6 years of below task related experience; ORan Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 8 years of below task related experience; ORapplicable certified training from appropriate software vendors with a minimum of 10 years of below task related experience. The Junior Systems Administratorsupporting this task will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 3 years of below task related experience; ORan Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 6 years of below task related experience; ORapplicable certified training from appropriate software vendors with a minimum of 8 years of below task related experience. Additionally,all System Administratorswill be certified in compliance with DoDD 8570.01M at an IAT Level 2 (This means Sec+ CE certified or equivalent, PLUS an applicable OS/CE certification). This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability. Per EO 11246, this federal contractor and subcontractor will refrain from discharging, or otherwise discriminating against, employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants. An exception exists where the employee or applicant makes the disclosure based on information obtained in the course of performing his or her essential job functions. #S2 ID2018-1213 # of Openings3 CategoryInformation Technology
          Business Systems Integration Specialist - BAUER COMPRESSORS, INC. - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Business Analytics Support and Integration:. Practical knowledge of business operations including manufacturing....
From BAUER COMPRESSORS, Inc. - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 10:14:25 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          Senior Big-Data/ Hadoop Developer / Architect - Lorven Technologies - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
10+ years of experience with last 3 years in Data Architecture covering Traditional datawarehouse, Hadoop data lake and AWS experience....
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          Associate Developer- ETL - PRA Group - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
2-5 years related experience and/or training in Datawarehouse design and development as well as experience with agile software development practices such as...
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          Senior Big-Data/ Hadoop Developer / Architect - Lorven Technologies - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
10+ years of experience with last 3 years in Data Architecture covering Traditional datawarehouse, Hadoop data lake and AWS experience....
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          Associate Developer- ETL - PRA Group - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
2-5 years related experience and/or training in Datawarehouse design and development as well as experience with agile software development practices such as...
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          Teacher Trainer - JLF Enterprises, LLC - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Madeline Hunter and Coach John Wooden, both from UCLA. We are calling for accomplished and talented educators (presenters/consultants) to help us meet an ever...
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          Consultant - Education - Teacher - JLF Enterprises, LLC and Time To Teach - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Madeline Hunter and Coach John Wooden, both from UCLA. We are part of a growing network of professionals focused on delivering highly effective, research-based...
From JLF Enterprises, LLC and Time To Teach - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 17:34:44 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          Bus Training Instructor      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, Position: Bus Training Instructor Department: Transit Operations/Training Reports To: Manager of Training Salary: DOQ Assists Manager of Training with training all employees in defensive driving techniques, passenger relations, customer service and emergency and accident procedures. Essential Job Functions: (Duties listed are not intended to be all inclusive nor to limit duties that might reasonab
          The Latest On Hurricane Florence      Cache   Translate Page      
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Hurricane Florence weakened slightly today to a Category 3 storm, but it is still a major hurricane. Its path has shifted slightly to the south. Governors from Georgia to Maryland have declared states of emergency. Shelters are preparing to house people forced to evacuate. And forecasters are urging people to get ready for what could be devastating wind and rain. NPR's Sarah McCammon joins us from Norfolk, Va. Hi, Sarah. SARAH MCCAMMON, BYLINE: Hi, Ari. SHAPIRO: Where is the biggest threat right now? MCCAMMON: All eyes really are on the Carolinas. And that's always been the major focus of concern, especially around the Wilmington, N.C., area. The current predictions now have this storm shifting southward after it makes landfall. But here's a real concern. The storm is expected to stall, and some areas could see hurricane-like conditions for more than 24 hours straight. Hurricane warnings are in effect for much of North and South
          Amazon to sell, deliver full-size, live Christmas trees      Cache   Translate Page      
NEW YORK — Watch out for the 7-foot box on the doorstep. Amazon plans to sell and ship fresh, full-size Christmas trees this year. But a live tree is no paperback book. Amazon says the Christmas trees, including Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines, will be bound and shipped without water in the usual sort of box. Amazon said they’ll be sent within 10 days of being cut down, possibly even sooner, and should survive the shipping just fine. Amazon.com […]
          Seasonal Sales Associate - Norfolk, VA - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
*Position Overview: * The Seasonal Sales Associate assists customers and helps to maintain the store appearance. The Seasonal Sales Associate is responsible...
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          Seasonal Sales Associate - Norfolk, VA - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
*Position Overview: * The Seasonal Sales Associate assists customers and helps to maintain the store appearance. The Seasonal Sales Associate is responsible...
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          Data Architect Advisor - PS3655      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, Description Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc., it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater access to care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care. This is an exceptional opportunity to do innovative work that means more to you and those we serv
          Seasonal Sales Associate - Norfolk, VA - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
*Position Overview: * The Seasonal Sales Associate assists customers and helps to maintain the store appearance. The Seasonal Sales Associate is responsible...
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          OEC-18-34 - Special Education Resource Teacher Pool - Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board - Resource, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
Primary and Junior Divisions or *Junior and Intermediate Divisions. Internal Job Posting #OEC-18-34....
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          First Allied Advisory Services Inc. Buys 374 Shares of Norfolk Southern Corp. (NSC)      Cache   Translate Page      
First Allied Advisory Services Inc. grew its holdings in shares of Norfolk Southern Corp. (NYSE:NSC) by 8.4% in the 2nd quarter, according to the company in its most recent disclosure with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The firm owned 4,819 shares of the railroad operator’s stock after buying an additional 374 shares during the quarter. […]
          Who’s Still Afraid of 9/11 Conspiracy Theories?      Cache   Translate Page      

Whenever someone insists too strongly about something not being true, we tend to suspect that maybe it is. In their denials of involvement in 9/11, do Israel’s apologists “protest too much”?

While it would take a small book to adequately document the Israeli connection to 9/11—as Antiwar.com editor Justin Raimondo attempted to some extent in The Terror Enigma—let us briefly recall some of the more intriguing facts as reported in the mainstream media, involving dancing Israelis, Odigo warnings, and Zim’s timely move.

The story of the five Israelis who were seen celebrating and filming as the Twin Towers burned and collapsed was investigated by Neil Mackay in Scotland’s Sunday Herald. The so-called “dancing Israelis” worked for Urban Moving Systems, later deemed to be a Mossad front by the FBI. Despite failing numerous polygraph tests, the young men were deported to Israel two months later. Back home, several of the men appeared on a TV chat show, in which one of them amazingly said, “Our purpose was to document the event.”

Two employees of Odigo, an Israeli instant messaging service, received messages two hours before the World Trade Center attack on September 11 predicting the attack would happen, Ha’aretz reported.

Zim-American Israeli Shipping Co., part-owned by the Israeli government, moved their North American headquarters from the 16th floor of the WTC to Norfolk, Virginia one week before the 9/11 attacks, incurring a $50,000 fine for breaking its lease, according to the Jerusalem Post.

Despite being in the public domain, none of these relevant facts are mentioned in the 9/11 Commission’s 567-page report.


          Intensive In-Home Therapist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Norfolk, NE      Cache   Translate Page      
KVC Nebraska is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit package including...
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          2 Bed Detached bungalow for Sale      Cache   Translate Page      
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Situated in the Norfolk village of Holme Hale, Longsons are delighted to bring to the market this very well presented two bedroom detached bungalow with garage and gardens. This delightful property boasts modern fitted kitchen and shower room,...
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          Business Systems Integration Specialist - BAUER COMPRESSORS, INC. - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Business Analytics Support and Integration:. Practical knowledge of business operations including manufacturing....
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          ECE After School Care Worker - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
The successful candidate will possess an ECA or ECE certification and have experience engaging children of varying ages in fun and engaging activities...
From Glenlyon Norfolk School - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 23:12:07 GMT - View all Victoria, BC jobs
          Receptionist - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
First Aid Certificate, an asset. Answer and direct all incoming calls, emails, and correspondence; The Receptionist supports the Senior School office by...
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          Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Work closely with the Senior Development Manager and Annual Appeal Manager to support the coordination and organization of various events, meetings, and other...
From Glenlyon Norfolk School - Tue, 07 Aug 2018 20:13:15 GMT - View all Victoria, BC jobs
          Bus Driver - Casual, On-Call - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Possess at least a valid unrestricted Class 4 driver's license with good driving history. Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a...
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          Alumni Engagement Coordinator - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Reporting to the Manager, Annual Appeal, the Alumni Engagement Coordinator will work independently and in collaboration with the GNS Advancement Office to...
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          Learning Strategies Teacher - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
A valid BC teaching certificate or eligibility to obtain. Demonstrated ability to contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of an IEP in...
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          Intensive In-Home Therapist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Norfolk, NE      Cache   Translate Page      
KVC Nebraska is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit package including...
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          Forklift drivers needed in Diss / Eye, Norfolk      Cache   Translate Page      
Arc Norwich - Diss, Norfolk - ARC is now recruiting Counter balance forklift drivers in Diss and Eye, Suffolk. It is permanent job from Monday to Friday. Days start...
          Business Systems Integration Specialist - BAUER COMPRESSORS, INC. - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Business Analytics Support and Integration:. Practical knowledge of business operations including manufacturing....
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          Provider Reimbursement Admin - Norfolk, VA - PS4239      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, Description Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc., it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater access to care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care. This is an exceptional opportunity to do innovative work that means more to you and those we serv
          MS SQL Server Database Admin Sr Advisor - PS3942      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, Description Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc., it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater access to care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care. This is an exceptional opportunity to do innovative work that means more to you and those we serv
          Provider Reimbursement Admin or Sr. (Facets Configuration) Job Family PS2899      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, Description Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc., it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care. This is an exceptional opportunity to do innovative work that means more to you and those we serve at one o
          Smartphone apps to help you stay safe and connected during Hurricane Florence – wtkr.com      Cache   Translate Page      
wtkr.comNORFOLK, Va. – When Hurricane Florence hits, will you have the best smartphone apps downloaded? The storm may knock out cellular service and power in areas in North Carolina and across Hampton Roads. Below is a list of apps that could help you stay …Smartphone apps to download before FlorenceStarNewsOnline.comHurricane Florence prep: Smartphone apps to […]
          To stay or go? Millions in hurricane's path must decide      Cache   Translate Page      
From Norfolk, Virginia in the north to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in the south, millions of residents in the path of Hurricane Florence are frantically preparing for a monster storm that's anticipated to make landfall sometime early Saturday morning.
          TRANSACCIONES. Filadelfia sube por tercera vez a Ranger Suárez      Cache   Translate Page      
Estas son las transacciones que involucran a los venezolanos en las Grandes Ligas desde el Día Inaugural de la temporada 2018

11 de septiembre
Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

9 de septiembre
Los Azulejos sacan a Yangervis Solarte (IF) de la lista de incapacitados y lo colocan de nuevo en el roster activo. Estuvo fuera de acción desde el 12 de agosto, con una distensión en los músculos oblicuos.

8 de septiembre
Los Mets compran el contrato de José Lobatón (C), lo incluyen en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

7 de septiembre
Los Ángeles pasan exitosamente por waivers a Osmer Morales (P), sin que sea tomado por otro equipo, y lo asignan al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Estando en esa categoría, había sido sacado del roster de 40 y puesto en asignación, a comienzos de semana.

5 de septiembre
Los Diamondbacks suben a Ildemaro Vargas (2B) desde el Fresno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, con una distensión muscular en la zona derecha del abdomen. No volverá a jugar en esta temporada.

Los Marlins sacan a Eliéser Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una ampolla en un dedo, y lo colocan en el roster activo.

4 de septiembre
Los Rockies suben a Yonathan Daza (OF) y lo colocan en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, mecanismo que les permite utilizar un cupo adicional en el roster de 40. Es la primera vez en su carrera que Daza es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Medias Blancas compran el contrato de José Ruiz (P) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es subido a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Mellizos suben a Gregorio Petit (IF) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

3 de septiembre
Los Ángeles sacan del roster de 40 a Osmer Morales (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

Los Marlins asignan a Eliéser Hernández (P) al New Orleans, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

2 de septiembre
Los Rays suben a José Mujica (P) y lo colocan de inmediato en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días. Con este mecanismo, se les permite utilizar un cupo adicional en el roster de 40, al haber liberado el del lanzador. Es la primera vez en su carrera que Mujica es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

1° de septiembre
Los Marlins reactivan a Martín Prado (3B) desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 14 de agosto, con un tirón en un cuádriceps. Fue su tercera pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis reactivan a Edubray Ramos (P) desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 22 de agosto, con una ampolla en el índice de la mano derecha. Fue su tercera pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación en Doble A de Eduardo Rodríguez (P) y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 15 de julio, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Fue su segunda pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la novena vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles suben a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada, la segunda con Baltimore.

Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

30 de agosto
Los Ángeles suben a José Briceño (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

29 de agosto
Los Gigantes compran el contrato de Grégor Blanco (OF) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es subido por San Francisco. En junio fue pasado por waivers, dejado en libertad y vuelto a contratar.

28 de agosto
Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

25 de agosto
Los Rangers compran el contrato de Carlos Pérez (C) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es llamado por Texas. Previamente también estuvo en roster activo con los Bravos.

24 de agosto
Los Marlins ponen a Eliéser Hernández (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en el dedo medio de la mano derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 4 de septiembre.

Los Mellizos suben a Willians Astudillo (C-IF-OF) desde el Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

23 de agosto
Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que es incluido en el roster activo de las Grandes Ligas.

Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en el índice de la mano derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 3 de septiembre

Los Filis activan a Luis Avilán (P).

22 de agosto
Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas entregan a Luis Avilán (P) a los Filis, a cambio de Félix Paulino (P).

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Washington a las Menores.

21 de agosto
Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Astros ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de José Altuve (2B) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

20 de agosto
Los Medias Rojas asignan a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) al Portland, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 15 de julio, con un esguince en un tobillo.

19 de agosto
Los Astros asignan a José Altuve (2B) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 5 de agosto, con una lesión en una rodilla.

Los Nacionales adquieren a Andruw Monasterio (IF) y a un jugador a ser nombrado posteriormente de los Cachorros, a cambio de Danile Murphy (2B).

Los Gigantes transfieren a Pablo Sandoval (IF) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la la lista de incapacitados de 60 días.

Los Filis ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Edubray Ramos (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis envían a Ranger Suárez (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

18 de agosto
Los Rockies reactivan a Antonio Senzatela (P) de la lista de incapacitados. Estaba allí desde el 5 de agosto, con una inflamación en el hombro derecho.

17 de agosto
Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Ángeles devuelven a Osmer Morales (P) al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Anaheim, luego de ser llamado para hacer su estreno en las Grandes Ligas.

15 de agosto
Los Ángeles Rojas envían a José Briceño (C) al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Filis reactivan a Wilson Ramos (C) de la lista de incapacitados. Estaba allí desde el 18 de julio, con una lesión en una corva.

14 de agosto
Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en un cuádriceps. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 23 de agosto.

13 de agosto
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la décima vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Mets envían a Luis Guillorme (IF) a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez en esta temporada que Guillorme es devuelto por Nueva York a su principal filial.

Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis suben a Ronald Torreyes (IF) desde el Scranton-Wilkes/Barre, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es incluido en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

12 de agosto
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la décima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Boston a su principal filial.

Los Azulejos ponen a Yangervis Solarte (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una distensión en los músculos oblicuos. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 21 de agosto.

11 de agosto
Los Filis asignan a Wilson Ramos (C) al Clearwater, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 18 de julio, con un tirón en una corva.

Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

10 de agosto
Los Marlins suben a Rafael Ortega (OF) desde el New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

8 de agosto
Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Ángeles pasan por waivers a Luis Valbuena (IF) y lo dejan en libertad.

6 de agosto
Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

5 de agosto
Los Ángeles sacan del roster de 40 a Luis Valbuena (IF) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la primera vez que esto le ocurre a Valbuena en más de un lustro.

Los Rockies ponen a Antonio Senzatela (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una inflamación en el hombro derecho, retroactivo al 3 de agosto. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 12 de agosto.

2 de agosto
Los Orioles envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada, primera ocasión que lo hace Baltimore.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la octava vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

1° de agosto
Los Filis asignan a Edubray Ramos (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

31 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la octava vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles suben a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada, aunque es la primera que lo hace Baltimore.

Los Filis asignan a Edubray Ramos (P) al Reading, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 22 de julio, con una distensión en la rótula derecha.

Los Rays envían a Wilson Ramos (C) a los Filis, a cambio de un pelotero a ser nombrado posteriormente o una cantidad de dinero no revelada.

30 de julio
Los Gigantes ponen a Pablo Sandoval (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en una corva. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 8 de agosto.

29 de julio
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales envían a Andrés Machado (P) al Omaha, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

28 de julio
Ls Mets suben a Luis Guillorme (IF) desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Mellizos suben a Gabriel Moya (P) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la tercera vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales suben a Andrés Machado (P) desde el Omaha, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Padres ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de José Gregorio Castillo (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la corva.

Los Filis activan a Asdrúbal Cabrera (IF).

Los Diamondbacks envían a Ildemaro Vargas (IF) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Diamondbacks activan a Eduardo Escobar (IF).

27 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Ildemaro Vargas (2B) desde el Fresno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Filis envían a Ranger Suárez (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Mets entregan a Asdrúbal Cabrera (2B) a los Filis, a cambio del lanzador Franklyn Kilome.

Los Rockies sacan a Germán Márquez (P) de la lista restrictiva y lo inscriben nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Mellizos entregan a Eduardo Escobar (IF) a los D'backs, a cambio del lanzador Jhoan Durán y los jardineros Gabriel Maciel y Ernie De La Trinidad.

26 de julio
Los Cerveceros suben a Orlando Arcia (SS) desde el Colorado Springs, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es incluido esta temporada en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas.

Los Piratas sacan a Francisco Cervelli (C) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral, y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Ángeles incluyen a Francisco Arcia (C) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Sant Lake City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

25 de julio
Los Rockies sacan a Germán Márquez (P) de la lista de ausencias por paternidad y lo mueven a la lista restrictiva, para permitirle una ausencia más prolongada en el roster activo.

Los Yanquis sacan a Gleyber Torres (2B) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la cadera, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

24 de julio
Los Cerveceros sacan a Junior Guerra (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una dolencia en la corva, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Rays suben a Yonny Chirinos (P) desde el Durham, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales firman a Luis Lugo (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la séptima vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

23 de julio
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

22 de julio
Los Rockies colocan a Germán Márquez (P) en la lista de ausencias por paternidad. Podrá estar allí hasta tres días, como máximo, antes de ser reactivado o ser movido a otra lista que permita una ausencia más prolongada.

Los Mellizos envían a Willians Astudillo (C-IF-OF) al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Minnesota a su principal filial.

Los Rockies sacan a Antonio Senzatela (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una ampolla en la mano derecha, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una distensión en la rótula derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 1° de agosto.

21 de julio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la novena vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Rangers envían a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis asignan a Gleyber Torres (2B) al Tampa, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 4 de julio, con una lesión muscular en la cadera.

Los Marineros sacan a Félix Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de dolores en la espalda, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Padres asignan a José Gregorio Castillo (P) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 7 de julio, con un tirón en la corva derecha.

Los Medias Blancas sacan a Avisail García (OF) de la lista de incapacitados y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

20 de julio
Los Orioles incluyen en el roster de 40 a Renato Núñez (IF/OF) y lo suben desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Cerveceros ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Manuel Piña (C) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

19 de julio
Los Orioles asignan a Breyvic Valera (IF-OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

Los Orioles adquieren a Breyvic Valera (IF-OF) junto a Yusniel Díaz (OF), Rylan Bannon (OF), Dean Kremer (P) y Zach Pop (P) por Manny Machado (3B-SS).

18 de julio
Los Cerveceros asignan a Manuel Piña (C) al Wisconsin, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A media, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Fue víctima de un tirón muscular en el bíceps izquierdo y es elegible para volver a la acción desde el 17 de julio

Los Rays sacan a José Alvarado (P) de la lista de ausencias por emergencias médicas familiares y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Rays ponen a Wilson Ramos (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en una corva. El movimiento es retroactivo al 15 de julio. Ramos es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 25 de julio.

16 de julio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Pérez (C) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Round Rock, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

15 de julio
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la novena vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Bruce Rondón (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Rondón decide no aceptar la asignación y se declara agente libre.

Los Medias Rojas ponen a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 25 de julio.

14 de julio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Martín Pérez (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Piratas ponen a Francisco Cervelli (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 7 días, nuevamente con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 24 de julio.

Los Cerveceros ponen a Junior Guerra (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con rigidez en el antebrazo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 24 de julio.

13 de julio
Los Rays sacan a Yusmeiro Petit (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de ausencias por emergencias médicas familiares.

Los Rockies ponen a Antonio Senzatela (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en la mano derecha. El movimiento es retroactivo al 10 de julio, por lo que es elegible para volver a la acción luego del 20 de julio, al terminar la pausa del Juego de Estrellas.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Bruce Rondón (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo envían a las Menores en esta temporada.

12 de julio
Los Mellizos sacan de la lista de incapacitados a Ehire Adrianza (IF) y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la séptima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

10 de julio
Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es bajado por Boston a su principal filial.

Los Marineros ponen a Félix Hernández (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con rigidez muscular en la parte baja de la espalda, en un movimiento retroactivo al 8 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 18 de julio.

Los Medias Blancas ponen a Avisail García (OF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en el tendón de la corva, en un movimiento retroactivo al 9 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 19 de julio.

8 de julio
Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Francisco Cervelli (C) en el Altoona, su sucursal en Doble A, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Tigres pasan exitosamente por waivers a Dixon Machado (IF) y lo asignan al Toledo, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo envían a las Menores en esta temporada.

Los Cerveceros ponen a Manuel Piña (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón muscular en el bíceps izquierdo, en un movimiento retroactivo al 7 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 17 de julio.

7 de julio
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la sexta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Padres ponen a José Gregorio Castillo (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en el tendón de la corva derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 17 de julio.

6 de julio
Los Orioles ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Luis Sardiñas (IF) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Norfolk, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

Los Indios ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Carrasco (P) en el Akron, su sucursal en Doble A, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis sacan a Edubray Ramos (P) de la lista de incapacitados y lo incluyen nuevamente en el roster activo.

5 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas asignan a Francisco Cervelli (C) al Altoona, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados del 22 de junio, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Pérez (C) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (C) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers suben a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo incluyen en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada, aunque la primera vez solamente estuvo en la lista de incapacitados

Los Marlins ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Martín Prado (3B) en el Jupiter, su sucursal en Clase A avanzada, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Tigres sacan del roster de 40 a Dixon Machado (2B) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Detroit tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la primera vez que esto le ocurre a Machado en su carrera.

Los Mellizos envían a Gabriel Moya (P) al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es bajado a las Menores en esta temporada.

4 de julio
Los Medias Rojas dejan en libertad a Ramón Flores (OF), que se encontraba con el Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, fuera de roster de 40.

Los Yanquis ponen a Gleyber Torres (2B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón muscular en la cadera. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 14 de julio.

Los Rays transfieren a Wilmer Font (P) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Font, que tiene una lesión en el costado, ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 30 de agosto.

Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Boston a su principal filial.

3 de julio
Los Mellizos suben a Gabriel Moya (P) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la segunda vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la octava vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Rockies suben a Antonio Senzatela (P) desde el Albuquerque, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la segunda vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

2 de julio
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Mellizos ponen a Ehire Adrianza (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en una corva. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 13 de julio.

Los Medias Rojas incluyen en el roster de 40 a William Cuevas (P) y lo suben desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

1° de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es incluido en el roster activo de las Grandes Ligas.

Los Piratas pasan a Francisco Cervelli (C) de la lista de incapacitados de 7 días a la de 10 días, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 3 de julio.

Los Tigres transfieren a Miguel Cabrera (1B) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Cabrera está fuera de acción por el resto de la temporada.

30 de junio
Los Rays ponen a Wilmer Font (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en el costado. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 9 de julio.

Los Marlins suben a Pablo López (P) desde el New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Indios asignan a Carlos Carrasco (P) al Akron, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (P) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

28 de junio
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la octava vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Pérez (C) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 16 de junio, por un esguince en el tobillo derecho, y es elegible para ser reactivado en las Grandes Ligas en cualquier momento.

Los Bravos ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Ronald Acuña Jr. (OF) en el Gwinnett, su principal sucursal en las Menores, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Mellizos firman a Juan Graterol (C) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

27 de junio
Los Marlins asignan a Martín Prado (3B) al Jupiter, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está fuera desde el 26 de mayo por una lesión en la corva.

26 de junio
Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Mets envían a Luis Guillorme (IF) a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez en esta temporada que Guillorme es devuelto por Nueva York a su principal filial.

25 de junio
Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en el hombro derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 4 de julio.

Los Orioles transfieren a Luis Sardiñas (SS) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Sardiñas ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 30 de junio.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (P) al Hickory, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

24 de junio
Los Ángeles pasan por waivers a Juan Graterol (C) y no es tomado por otro equipo. A continuación, anuncian que han decidido dejarlo en libertad. El receptor se encontraba en el Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, y fue puesto en asignación el 19 de junio, luego de ser sacado del roster de 40. Este año estuvo en las Mayores entre el Día Inaugural y el 4 de abril, y nuevamente entre el 4 y el 8 de mayo, antes de ser reasignado a las Menores.

23 de junio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la séptima vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

22 de junio
Los Piratas ponen a Francisco Cervelli (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 7 días, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 29 de junio.

Los Bravos asignan a Ronald Acuña Jr. (OF) al Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Medias Blancas ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Avisail García (OF) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

21 de junio
Los Medias Blancas envían a José Rondón (IF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers envían a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

19 de junio
Los Ángeles retiran a Juan Graterol (C) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Graterol se encontraba en las Menores con el Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers envían a Yohander Méndez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Cardenales retiran a José Alberto Martínez (OF) de la lista de ausencias por paternidad, luego de cinco días y tres juegos, y lo reinstalan en el roster activo.

18 de junio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Elvis Andrus (SS) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers suben a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo incluyen en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada, pero la primera vez solamente estuvo en la lista de incapacitados.

17 de junio
Los Indios ponen a Carlos Carrasco (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una contusión en el codo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 27 de junio.

16 de junio
Los Rangers asignan a Elvis Andrus (SS) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers ponen a Carlos Pérez (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 26 de junio.

Los Rangers sacan a Robinson Chirinos (C) de la lista de suspendidos.

Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

15 de junio
Los Rangers ponen a Robinson Chirinos (C) en la lista de suspendidos. Debe cumplir castigo durante un juego.

Los Mets ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Wilmer Flores (IF) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la séptima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas sacan del roster de 40 a Gregory Infante (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, lo pasan por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Infante había sido sacado del roster activo y bajado a las Menores el 28 de abril.

Los Cardenales colocan a José Alberto Martínez (OF) en la lista de ausencias por paternidad. Podrá estar allí hasta tres días, como máximo, antes de ser reactivado o de ser movido a otra lista que permita una ausencia más prolongada.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers transfieren a Martín Pérez (P) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Pérez ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 29 de junio.

14 de junio
Los Mellizos pasan exitosamente por waivers a Gregorio Petit (IF) y lo asignan al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo devuelven a las Menores en esta temporada.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

13 de junio
Los Tigres ponen a Miguel Cabrera (1B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una rotura del ligamento del bíceps del brazo izquierdo. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 23 de junio, pero no jugará hasta la próxima temporada.

Los Mets pasan exitosamente por waivers a José Lobatón (C) y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que lo devuelven a las Menores en esta temporada.

12 de junio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la sexta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Washington a las Menores.

Los Medias Blancas asignan a Avisail García (OF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 24 de abril.

Los Mets sacan del roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Nueva York tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que acuden a este mecanismo con el receptor.

11 de junio
Los Rangers asignan a Elvis Andrus (SS) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 13 de abril y el 2 de mayo fue movido a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días. Cumple este 11 de junio ese lapso fuera y es elegible para ser reactivado en las Grandes Ligas en cualquier momento, a partir del 12.

10 de junio
Los Rockies retiran a Jairo Díaz (P) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Colorado tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Se encontraba lanzando en las Menores.

9 de junio
Los Yanquis suben a Ronald Torreyes (IF) desde el Scranton-Wilkes/Barre, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es incluido en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

8 de junio
Los Gigantes anuncian que Grégor Blanco (OF) ha sido dejado en libertad por el Sacramento, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. A continuación, renegocian con él y lo firman con un contrato de Ligas Menores, asignándolo otra vez al Sacramento.
El jugador estuvo en el lineup de los Rivercats este viernes. El 2 de junio había sido puesto en asignación y el 5 de junio pasó por waivers, sin ser tomado, tras lo cual había sido enviado a Triple A.

6 de junio
Los Medias Blancas sacan del roster de 40 a Alfredo González (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, lo pasan por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. El receptor había sido sacado del roster activo y bajado a las Menores, a comienzos de semana.

5 de junio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Marineros firman a Williams Pérez (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

Los Gigantes pasan por waivers a Grégor Blanco (OF) sin que sea tomado por otro equipo. A continuación, envían al Sacramento, la sucursal Triple A de la organización

3 de junio
Los Bravos sacan del roster de 40 a Miguel Socolovich (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, deciden pasarlo por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Le comunican su decisión de reasignarlo al Gwinett, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. El pitcher no ejerce su derecho de declararse agente libre y acepta la decisión. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores a través de este procedimiento.

2 de junio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Tocci (OF) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Ricardo Pinto (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Padres suben a José Gregorio Castillo (P) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Gigantes retiran a Grégor Blanco (OF) del roster y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. San Francisco tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

1° de junio
Los Mets incluyen en el roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo suben desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Tigres sacan a Miguel Cabrera (C) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días y lo reinstalan en el roster activo, sin necesidad de cumplir rehabilitación en las Menores.

31 de mayo
Los Bravos incluyen a Miguel Socolovich (P) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Gwinnet, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles asignan a Luis Sardiñas (P) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí con su rehabilitación física.

30 de mayo
Los Cerveceros suben a Orlando Arcia (SS) desde el Colorado Springs, la sucursal Triple A de la organización.

29 de mayo
Los Dodgers suben a Breyvic Valera (P) desde el Oklahoma City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rays asignan a Yonny Chirinos (P) al Durham, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí con su rehabilitación física.

Los Bravos ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Aníbal Sánchez (P) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Ricardo Rodríguez (P) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Round Rock, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

28 de mayo
Los Mets ponen a Wilmer Flores (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con molestias en la parte baja de la espalda. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 7 de junio.

Los Bravos ponen a Ronald Acuña (OF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el ligamento cruzado anterior de la rodilla izquierda y una contusión en la cadera. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 7 de junio.

Los Medias Blancas retiran a Ricardo Pinto (P) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Chicago tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Se encontraba lanzando en las Menores.

26 de mayo
Los Rays activan a Wilmer Font (P).

Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en la corva izquierda. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 5 de junio.

Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis envían a Ronald Torreyes (IF) al Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

25 de mayo
Los Cerveceros envían a Orlando Arcia (SS) al Colorado Springs, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rays adquieren a Wilmer Font (P) de los Atléticos, a cambio de Peter Bayer (P).

Los Piratas firman a Daniel Angulo (C) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

24 de mayo
Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Tocci (OF) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rays asignan a Yonny Chirinos (P) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rojos firman a Alejandro Chacín (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores. Aún no anuncian a qué categoría será asignado.

Los Medias Blancas incluyen a Alfredo González (C) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

23 de mayo
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos retiran a Wilmer Font (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Oakland tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

21 de mayo
Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Mets pasan exitosamente por waivers a José Lobatón (C) y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Bravos asignan a Aníbal Sánchez (P) al Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

20 de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a José Briceño (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

19 de mayo
Los Mets sacan del roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Nueva York tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

18 de mayo
Los Mets firman a Ezequiel Carrera (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

17 de mayo
Los Bravos dejan en libertad a Ezequiel Carrera (P), quien se encontraba en el Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

16 de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

15 de mayo
Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Pudo ser llamado antes de transcurrir 10 días de su descenso debido a una lesión en el equipo grande.

Los Orioles pasan exitosamente por waivers a Renato Núñez (IF-OF) y lo asignan al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

14 de mayo
Los Medias Blancas envían a José Rondón (IF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Tocci (OF) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

13 de mayo
Los Rangers envían a Yohander Méndez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Orioles envían a Anthony Santander (OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

11 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers sacan a Rougned Odor (2B) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la corva izquierda, ponen fin a su reahabilitación y lo colocan en el roster activo.

Los Rangers sacan del roster de 40 a Renato Núñez (IF/OF) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Texas tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

10 de mayo
Los Marlins sacan a Eliéser Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en un dedo, ponen fin a su reahabilitación y lo colocan en el roster activo por primera vez en su carrera en las Grandes Ligas.

9 de mayo
Los Rangers asignan a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Mets suben a Luis Guillorme (IF) desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

8 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles envían a Engelb Vielma (IF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Ángeles envían a Juan Graterol (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Rangers asignan a Rougned Odor (2B) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

7 de mayo
Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

6 de mayo
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

5 de mayo
Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Medias Rojas retiran a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) de la lista de ausencias por motivos médicos familiares y lo ponen de nuevo en el roster activo.

Los Rangers asignan a Rougned Odor (2B) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

4 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Ángeles suben a Juan Graterol (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Dodgers suben a Breyvic Valera (P) desde el Oklahoma City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Tigres ponen a Miguel Cabrera (1B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en la corva derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 14 de mayo.

3 de mayo
Los Rockies envían a Antonio Senzatela (P) al Albuquerque, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers activan a Carlos Pérez (C).

Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

2 de mayo
Los Marlins pasan por waivers a Tomás Telis (C) y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización.

Los Medias Rojas retiran a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de ausencias por motivos médicos familiares. Puede estar allí de 3 a 7 días como máximo.

Los Rangers transfieren a Elvis Andrus (SS) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Andrus ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 11 de junio.

Los Rangers toman a Carlos Pérez (C) en waivers y lo incluyen en el roster de 40.

1° de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la org
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Req ID: W458095 Job Description The Branch Manager has responsibility for management of the entire branch. Management responsibilities include but are not limited to: * Managing two or more FTEs * Conducting performance reviews * Interviewing and selection of candidates to fill branch positions * Performance counseling, including making and recommending disciplinary action decisions * Ensuring compliance with internal controls, operational procedures and risk management policies * Cash handling transactions, as necessary Ultimately responsible for driving branch performance results through: * Strong individual and team sales/referral performance in deposits, loans, investment and other product lines * Directing, leading and coaching of superior sales and service behaviors and activities by the entire team * Developing and executing plans in order to meet/exceed of branch sales goals while maintaining an operationally efficient and compliant branch * Conducting sales efforts, as required, to bring relationships while also maintaining and expanding existing personal and business banking relationships * Accountability for maximizing sales, customer satisfaction, and minimizing operating losses by executing the plays and strategies outlined for the branch. * Reviewing performance results via Edge$ell, QlikView and other sources to assess performance and make necessary adjustments in team capabilities, teammate coaching, etc. * Successfully executing the Client Execution Model (CEM) plays, coaches teammates, and utilizes branch performance metrics in order to manage and measure branch success. * Conducting new client prospecting efforts to bring in new client relationships, while also maintaining and expanding existing personal and business banking relationships. * Maintains and develops relationships with existing small business customers to continually deepen those relationships and achieve small business goals. * Ensuring branch compliance with bank procedures, internal controls, risk management and the SunTrust Code of Conduct. * Ensuring that all required training is successfully completed by the entire team. May also be required to complete other tasks or responsibilities that are not part of routine core operations, such as representing the bank in local community organizations, educating teammates on new products, and/or acting as champion for specialized business or campaign initiatives, etc. Qualifications Basic Requirements: * High school diploma or equivalent. * Three years retail sales experience serving consumer and/or small business clients with 18 months leadership and coaching experience or three years financial sales and service experience with at least 18 months previous experience in a leadership and coaching role. * Satisfies regulatory requirements for holding the position, including determined by SunTrust to meet the qualification standards imposed by the Loan Originator Compensation rule of the Truth in Lending Act. Preferred Requirements: * Two years of college with focus on business, finance or accounting. Three or more years financial sales and service experience in a retail branch environment with two years direct supervisory experience. * Previous experience as an In-store Assistant Branch Manager or Personal Banker at SunTrust Bank or comparable roles at other financial institutions. * Completion of Core STU Curriculum Training as well as corresponding Branch Manager coursework. * Knowledge of retail bank branch operations, policies and procedures. * Must have cash handling or payment transaction experience. External Candidates: Prior experience managing a small or in-store branch (similar to a SunTrust Banking Center 1 or In Store Center 1) with a consistent track record of meeting or exceeding sales and operational goals strongly preferred. Equal Opportunity Employer: SunTrust supports a diverse workforce and is a Drug Testing and Equal Opportunity Employer. SunTrust does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, pregnancy, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other classification protected by applicable laws. To review the EEO Poster, copy and paste the following link into your browser: http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/OFCCP_EEO_Supplement_Final_JRF_QA_508c.pdf © 2017 SunTrust Banks, Inc. All rights reserved. SunTrust is federally registered service marks of SunTrust Banks, Inc.
          OEC-18-34 - Special Education Resource Teacher Pool - Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board - Resource, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
Chair of the Board Director of Education & Secretary. Process and IEP development; Internal Job Posting #OEC-18-34....
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          Natural Resource Manager - PAE - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in Natural Resources Management, Environmental Science, Forestry, Rangeland Management or equivalent field, Must...
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          Comment on Norfolk Southern eyes moving HQ to downtown Atlanta’s Gulch by writes_of_weigh      Cache   Translate Page      
writes_of_weigh says: February 10, 2018 at 5:36 pm Maria, As a frequent guest at certain Commerce Club functions, I’m certain that you have “digested” more than once, the lament of rail execs complaining about the “cost of passenger rail and or transit” to their now freight only networks, save the occasional passing Amtrak train. As well, I’m certain that you understand that todays costs for relocating any rail passenger facility, which may have a snowballs chance of being built outside the immediate “gulch” area, where for specific reasons of intermodal connectivity, interchange between carriers, and inter-operability, the site of Atlanta’s prior “temples” of (rail)transit stood, you better than other unknowing and ill-informed denizens of this column, know that the true costs would literally be in the billion$, and if allowed to survive as a proposal, will immediately “sink” any option or ideas of expanding such services, due to NO ENTITY being willing to bear the burden of such astronomical cost(s). So few, today, truly understand the dollar value of what we have, rail infrastructure-wise, and while many have want and true need for further investment in the mode, the multi-billions needed to solve the problem, would certain “tax ” the wealth of a Bezos, or a Musk, or a Gates(who has/may own shares in CN.ca), not to mention a Buffett(who indeed bought a major western rail carrier (BNSF)) and is learning from the bootstraps what the Vanderbilts, the Morgans, and the Hills knew from their investments of a couple of centuries(nearly) ago. I reiterate for the umpteenth(?) time, the state of Georgia’s W&A rail line(currently under lease to CSX until 2019) which is measured from the zero milepost, to and across the GA/TN state line into downtown Chattanooga, TN, where like in our Gulch area, there is an interstate rail carrier connectivity and inter-operability, point (wye)(where the rail passenger Terminal of Chattanooga Choo Choo fame operated( and exists/(ed) as a hotel/restaurant). This piece of rail real estate, which presumably carries associated air rights/subterranean rights, water rights, etc.) COULD BE, if managed properly as a state asset with “bargaining” power, at lease renewal/rejection time, THE SPRINGBOARD to expanded rail passenger/transit and/or maglev service(s) across the state of Georgia. At the very least we may have an easy path to connect two very nice aquaria(sp?), and other entertainment and transport termani!
          Comment on Norfolk Southern eyes moving HQ to downtown Atlanta’s Gulch by writes_of_weigh      Cache   Translate Page      
Quite simply there are those who understand interstate(and international) commerce and it's complexity, and those who pretend to.
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          Advanced Intern - TeachKind - PETA/ PETA Foundation - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Write and send letters to schools to respond to various issues, including letters to schools who host circuses, cruel fundraisers, trips to SeaWorld, etc....
From PETA/ PETA Foundation - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 13:01:49 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
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          Pittsburgh City Council vote could be too late for North Side bridge funding      Cache   Translate Page      
<br/>Signs advise motorists that West Ohio Street is closed at a bridge crossing Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks. The bridge is open to pedestrians and bicyclists.
Pittsburgh City Council took a step Wednesday in allocating funds for a new bridge over railroad tracks on the North Side, but a city official ...

          Business Systems Integration Specialist - BAUER COMPRESSORS, INC. - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Business Analytics Support and Integration:. Practical knowledge of business operations including manufacturing....
From BAUER COMPRESSORS, Inc. - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 10:14:25 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          Norfolk and Richmond, Virginia: Cloudflare's 152nd and 153rd cities      Cache   Translate Page      
Virginia has a very important place in Internet history, as well as the history of Cloudflare’s network. Northern Virginia, in the area around Ashburn VA, has for a long time been core to Internet infrastructure.
          Intermediate PC Technician/Help Desk Support - Leidos - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience maintaining Lexmark, HP, or Ricoh printer devices (i.e. Do you want to grow your career and be part of a team solving critical challenges that affect...
From Leidos - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 12:36:05 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          Caregiver for Clients with Dementia - Victoria Eldercare - Norfolk County, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
Certain older clients with dementia require 24 hour supervision for various reasons We are looking for caregivers that have experience with gentle persuasion...
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          Teacher Trainer - JLF Enterprises, LLC - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Madeline Hunter and Coach John Wooden, both from UCLA. We are calling for accomplished and talented educators (presenters/consultants) to help us meet an ever...
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          Consultant - Education - Teacher - JLF Enterprises, LLC and Time To Teach - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Madeline Hunter and Coach John Wooden, both from UCLA. We are part of a growing network of professionals focused on delivering highly effective, research-based...
From JLF Enterprises, LLC and Time To Teach - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 17:34:44 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          Assembly Technician       Cache   Translate Page      
Are you an experienced technician who has experience of building and testing interesting electro-mechanical products? My client has an innovative range of products that are supplied to a wide range of sectors. You will be following processes and instructions to assemble highly technical products and then testing them to ensure product quality. Your responsibilities will include; assembly and test of products mechanical skills eg fabrication, welding, fitting components electrical wiring, soldering and crimping With experience of working in a production, assembly or manufacturing environment, you will be used to working on complex electro-mechanical products and have strong attention to detail together with good communication and interpersonal skills. Working in a small and friendly team, this role may interest you if you have worked previously as a production technician, manufacturing technician, assembly operative, production operative, assembly technician, pcb assembler, pcb technician, electro-mechanical assembler or similar. This role is easily commutable from Cambridge, Newmarket, Huntingdon, Chatteris, Mildenhall, Ely, Bury St Edmunds, Thetford, Brandon and many more places in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
          Título: Sean Harlow Jersey - por: linchao      Cache   Translate Page      
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Randal Grichuk also homered in Toronto’s four-run eighth, a drive into the third deck off Brad Brach. ”I feel like we’re taking good at(equals)bats, putting good swings on balls,” Grichuk said. ”I’m definitely liking where we’re at coming off the break.” Toronto is 9-1 against the Orioles this season Marshon Lattimore Jersey (http://www.saintscheapstore.com/marshon-lattimore-jersey-cheap) , including seven straight wins. Baltimore has lost 20 of its last 25 and is a big league-worst 28-72. The Orioles were swept in a three-game series for the eighth time this season and have been swept in three four-game series, including at Toronto in early June. ”We’re juggling a lot of balls here,” manager Buck Showalter said. ”You’re jugging trades, you’re juggling development, you’re juggling trying to win games.” Toronto trailed 4-1 before Grichuk homered off Brach. 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Winless in a season-high four straight starts, he allowed one run and four hits. ”The changeup was big today,” Happ said. ”I got a lot of swings on that.” Making his first start since July 10 after recovering from a strained neck, Andrew Cashner allowed one run and four hits in 5 2/3 innings. Solarte hit an RBI double in the fourth Mark Duper Jersey (http://www.dolphinscheapstore.com/mark-duper-jersey-cheap) , but Baltimore took a 2-1 lead on Jace Peterson’s run-scoring single in the fifth and Schoop’s home run of Joe Biagini in the sixth. BICKERING BIRDS Unaware that he was on a pitch count, Cashner reacted angrily when Showalter came out to remove him. The two had a brief postgame chat. ”It’s his decision,” Cashner said. ”I have to respect that. I’ve just got to make pitches.” ELITE COMPANY Happ and Houston’s Justin Verlander are the only two big league pitchers to strike out nine and walk none on four occasions this season. The only other Blue Jays player to have four such games in a season was Roger Clemens, who did it five times in 1997. TRAINER’S ROOM Orioles: Baltimore optioned LHP Donnie Hart to Triple-A Norfolk to make room for Cashner. … OF Adam Jones and 1B Chris Davis got the day off. Blue Jays: RHP Marco Estrada (strained left gluteal muscle) is to make a rehab start at Double-A New Hampshire on Monday. The Blue Jays had hoped Estrada would come off the 10-day DL Monday to start against Minnesota. … Toronto activated Gurriel Jr. off the 7-day concussion DL and optioned INF Richard Urena to Triple-A Buffalo. UP NEXT Orioles: RHP Kevin Gausman (4-7, 4.33) starts the opener of a three-game home series against AL East-leading Boston. RHP Rick Porcello (11-4, 4.13) starts for the Red Sox. Blue Jays: RHP reliever Luis Santos (0-0 Sean Harlow Jersey (http://www.falconscheapstore.com/sean-harlow-jersey-cheap) , 7.88) will start Monday’s game against the Twins. 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          Advanced Intern - TeachKind - PETA/ PETA Foundation - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Write and send letters to schools to respond to various issues, including letters to schools who host circuses, cruel fundraisers, trips to SeaWorld, etc....
From PETA/ PETA Foundation - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 13:01:49 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          2 Bedroom Flat      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Caregiver for Clients with Dementia - Victoria Eldercare - Norfolk County, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
Certain older clients with dementia require 24 hour supervision for various reasons We are looking for caregivers that have experience with gentle persuasion...
From Indeed - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 18:58:24 GMT - View all Norfolk County, ON jobs
          42R Army Bandperson - Army National Guard - Wheatland, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
You'll also attend up to 24 weeks of Advanced Individual Training at the Armed Forces School of Music in Norfolk, VA. 42R Army Bandperson....
From National Guard - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 00:58:09 GMT - View all Wheatland, WY jobs
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Er zijn spectaculaire beelden opgedoken van een bestuurder van een grijze camionette die de richtingaanwijzers van een rotonde negeert. In de plaats van naar links af te draaien, rijdt de Britse chauffeur uit Norfolk gewoon rechtdoor.


          Dispensing Assistant Job in Norwich, Norfolk      Cache   Translate Page      
Flame Health Optometry Jobs - Dispensing Assistant - Norwich, Norfolk Full-time Flame Health Optometry have a fantastic opportunity available for an experienced Dispensing Assistant to join our client who are a well-established, high-end independent practice ...
          ECE After School Care Worker - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Each child holds our attention at Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS), an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB...
From Glenlyon Norfolk School - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 23:12:07 GMT - View all Victoria, BC jobs
          Receptionist - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
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          Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
From Glenlyon Norfolk School - Tue, 07 Aug 2018 20:13:15 GMT - View all Victoria, BC jobs
          Bus Driver - Casual, On-Call - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
From Glenlyon Norfolk School - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 20:12:55 GMT - View all Victoria, BC jobs
          Intensive In-Home Therapist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Norfolk, NE      Cache   Translate Page      
KVC Nebraska is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit package including...
From KVC Health Systems, Inc - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 02:51:30 GMT - View all Norfolk, NE jobs
          FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY MUTUAL: Clinical Programme Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
£63,966 - £73,132: FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY MUTUAL: Clinical Programme Manager. An exciting opportunity for an experienced clinician to move into programme management and implementation of new services. Norfolk
          Dietary Aide - Cedarwood Village - Norfolk County, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
We require a copy of a recent police check (6 months), a copy of your Food Handler Certificate and confirmation of completion or enrollment in the Food Service...
From Indeed - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 16:39:46 GMT - View all Norfolk County, ON jobs
          Real Estate Attorney in Norwich, Norfolk - UK-Norwich      Cache   Translate Page      
Senior Associate The candidate must have 6+ years of experience gained within a well-regarded city, regional or national firm or in-house with a major housebuilder with a particular skills in site acquisition and assembly and/or volume plot sales provision to join the Residential Property department. Should be able to demonstrate a following or strong connections within the industry.....
          What’s in the Amazon box? Maybe a real 7-foot Christmas tree      Cache   Translate Page      
NEW YORK — Watch out for the 7-foot box on the doorstep. Amazon plans to sell and ship fresh, full-size Christmas trees this year. But a live tree is no paperback book. Amazon says the Christmas trees, including Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines, will be bound and shipped without water in the
          Execucare: Senior Trusts & Foundations Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Competitive Salary: Execucare: Our client is seeking an ambitious and talented Trusts and Foundations fundraiser to be join its forward-looking and committed Development Department Norfolk
          Execucare: Senior Development Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Competitive Salary: Execucare: Our client is seeking an ambitious and talented major gift fundraiser to join its forward-looking and committed Development Department Norfolk
          Teacher Trainer - JLF Enterprises, LLC - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Madeline Hunter and Coach John Wooden, both from UCLA. We are calling for accomplished and talented educators (presenters/consultants) to help us meet an ever...
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          Consultant - Education - Teacher - JLF Enterprises, LLC and Time To Teach - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Madeline Hunter and Coach John Wooden, both from UCLA. We are part of a growing network of professionals focused on delivering highly effective, research-based...
From JLF Enterprises, LLC and Time To Teach - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 17:34:44 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          FOOD SERVING SYSTEM      Cache   Translate Page      
This is a COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICITATION for commercial supplies in accordance with the information in FAR Subpart 13, as supplemented with the additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; a written solicitation will not be issued. PAPER COPIES OF THIS SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE. This combined synopsis/solicitation SHALL be posted on both FEDBIZOPPS and NECO. (https://www.neco.navy.mil/)

The RFQ (Request for Quote) number is N0018918Q0582. This solicitation documents and incorporates provisions and clauses in effect through FAC 2005-100 and DFARS DPN 20180824. It is the responsibility of the contractor to be familiar with the applicable clauses and provisions.
The clauses may be accessed in full text at these addresses: https://www.acquisition.gov/far/ and http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/dars/dfarspgi/current/index.html.

The NAICS code is 333318 and the Small Business Standard is 1000. The proposed contract is 100% set aside for small business concerns. The Small Business Office concurs with the set-aside decision. The Government intends to award a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) contract action from this solicitation.

The proposed contract action is for commercial supplies for which NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk Contracting Department intends to solicit and negotiate under the authority of FAR part 12 Acquisition of Commercial Items as well as FAR Subpart 19.5 - Set-asides for Small Business.
Interested persons may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. All quotations received by closing date will be considered by the government.

This supply action is for six (6) Cold Food Electric Counters, and added components all incorporated into each Food Utility Counters, and installation listed in attached solicitation. Items offered should be BRAND NAME or EQUAL models of Duke Manufacturing TCM 74SS-N7; other models are accepted as long as they meet the specifications identified in the attached solicitation. The delivery and installation location will be Annapolis, MD and delivery is due on or before 31 October 2018.

Delivery is FOB Destination.
Responsibility and Inspection: unless otherwise specified in the order, the supplier is responsible for the performance of all inspection requirements and quality control.

Delivery and Installation Location is:
US NAVAL ACADEMY
Midshipmen Food Service Division
101 Sands Road
Annapolis. MD 21402

Please review the following applicable attachments:

I. Complete Solicitation

This announcement will close at 11:00 AM, Eastern Standard Time (EST), ON THURSDAY, 14 SEPTEMBER 2018. All responsible sources may submit a quote to Rashida Bennett who can be reached at 757-443-1423 or email rashida.bennett@navy.mil. NO LATER THAN 11:00 AM, Eastern Standard Time (EST), ON FRIDAY, 14 SEPTEMBER 2018.
A determination by the Government to compete this proposed effort as a total small business set-aside basis, based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Oral communications are not acceptable in response to this notice. All responsible sources may submit a quote which shall be considered by the agency.

System for Award Management (SAM). Quoters must be registered in the SAM database to be considered for award. Registration is free and can be completed on-line at http://www.sam.gov/.

All quotes shall include price(s), FOB point, a point of contact, name and phone number, GSA contract number if applicable, business size, and payment terms. The quote shall explicitly confirm that the quoter can meet all of the Technical Requirements and provide all of the Deliverables within the Delivery Date.
Each response must clearly indicate the capability of the quoter to meet all specifications and requirements.

Set-aside code: Total Small Business Place of performance:  US NAVAL ACADEMY Midshipmen Food Service Division 101 Sands Road , Annapolis, Maryland  21402  US Contact: Rashida Bennett 7574431423
          Receptionist - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
High School graduation with a certificate in office administration or an equivalent combination of education and experience....
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          Comment on Norfolk Southern eyes moving HQ to downtown Atlanta’s Gulch by Chris Johnston      Cache   Translate Page      
@ writes_of_weigh Regarding the W&A route, who would use it other than commuters? There’s probably not many of them north of Cartersville. Delta flies about 200,000 passengers a year from Chattanooga to Atlanta, so the route might be able to snare half. The W&A route went into Union Station in Chattanooga, not Terminal Station. Terminal Station opened in 1909.
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          Intensive In-Home Therapist - KVC Health Systems, Inc - Norfolk, NE      Cache   Translate Page      
KVC Nebraska is looking for energetic, positive, caring professionals to join our team. KVC provides a competitive compensation and benefit package including...
From KVC Health Systems, Inc - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 02:51:30 GMT - View all Norfolk, NE jobs
          Supervising Engineer/Project Manager (Pump Station Design) - Brown and Caldwell - Norfolk, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Successful marketing, proposal writing, proposal management, and public presentations experience. Our Virginia Beach office is currently seeking a _Supervising...
From Indeed - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 15:15:48 GMT - View all Norfolk, VA jobs
          Three-year-old girl killed when trampoline ‘exploded’ on packed beach died from traumatic head injury      Cache   Translate Page      
A THREE-YEAR-OLD girl who was thrown from an inflatable trampoline died as a result of a traumatic head injury, an inquest has heard. Ava-May Littleboy suffered a fatal head injury after being thrown 20ft from the inflatable on Gorleston beach, in Norfolk, on July 1. Jacqueline Lake, senior coroner for Norfolk, said Ava-May had been […]
          Ana Popović at Infinity Hall Norfolk on 09/14/2018 08:00 PM EDT      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Food Industry Associates: Commercial Executive - fast-track your career to NAM level, drive innovation, drive leading brands      Cache   Translate Page      
Up to £35,000 + bonus + benefits: Food Industry Associates: Excellent opportunity for an ambitious individual looking to develop a career in FMCG sales. Learn from an experienced team and accelerate your career Norfolk
          Controller Technical Accounting; Financial Reporting      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Norfolk, The Controller, Technical Accounting and Financial Reporting will lead all aspects of technical accounting, global treasury and financial reporting functions including all related accounting initiatives, global financial reporting requirements, related governance and internal control. * Technical Accounting * Provide accounting support and guidance for complex business transactions such as acquisi
          Three-year-old girl killed when trampoline ‘exploded’ on packed beach died from traumatic head injury      Cache   Translate Page      
A THREE-YEAR-OLD girl who was thrown from an inflatable trampoline died as a result of a traumatic head injury, an inquest has heard. Ava-May Littleboy suffered a fatal head injury after being thrown 20ft from the inflatable on Gorleston beach, in Norfolk, on July 1. Jacqueline Lake, senior coroner for Norfolk, said Ava-May had been […]
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Stephanie Lambourne родилась в Sawbridgeworth (Англия) в 1973 году. Обучалась искусству в Hornsey School of Art, затем продолжила образование в Middlesex University (London). После окончания учебы Стефани пару лет провела в King’s Lynn ( графство в Norfolk, на Востоке Англии) в своих творческих поисках. Излюбленным местом для прогулок было побережье Southwold в Suffolk. Ее ностальгические воспоминания о праздниках, которые дарит море, нашли отражение в ее работах с очаровательными историями и яркими персонажами.

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          Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - Glenlyon Norfolk School - Victoria, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Glenlyon Norfolk School (GNS) is an independent day school that is a caring, and thriving community. As one of fifteen IB World Continuum schools in Canada...
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Experience using social media as a strategic communications tool. Manage the alumni email inbox, Facebook page, LinkedIn and other social media platforms meant...
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Norfolk City, Virginia officials warned of 'individuals dressed in fluorescent vests' going door-to-door. While it is a mandatory evacuation zone, they are not forced to leave.
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Millions of people in the path of Hurricane Florence are frantically preparing for a monster storm that’s anticipated to make landfall as early as Friday afternoon. Residents in states from Virginia to Georgia – especially those who live in flood-prone areas or on the coast – must decide whether to stay or go.

Here are some snapshots of a region awaiting the hurricane:

Hunkering down with the cats

One South Carolina family living two blocks from the ocean thought long and hard about leaving before Hurricane Florence hit, but they just couldn’t afford it.

Mercedes O’Neill said she is scared to be in her North Myrtle Beach home with her boyfriend, her 6-year-old daughter and a son due Sept. 27 when the winds and rain pick up. But she says they couldn’t afford to stay in a hotel or to drive to a shelter. And she didn’t want to leave her cats behind.

A family member rented a room, but when the storm slowed down, they couldn’t afford any extra days.

O’Neill’s boyfriend Kelly Johnson says the couple needs to get back to work as soon as they can and returning after an evacuation can take several days.

A final glass of wine

Hours before a mandatory evacuation took effect, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, resident Phoebe Tesh paused while loading her car to have a glass of wine on the steps of the house where she and her husband rent an apartment.

“We just love it down here so much we want to spend as time as we can,” she said.

Tesh, who works in information technology for UNC-Wilmington, said she and her husband have been ferrying valuables to her parents’ house on the mainland in Wilmington, where they planned to ride out the storm.

“We started out with anything that cost over $200. Now we’re down to anything over $30,” she said, waving toward an SUV crammed with plastic bins and various items, including a block of chef’s knives. “Next time, we need a box truck.”

She and her husband, a professor at UNC-W, love the beach so much they sold a house on the mainland to rent there full time five years ago. She said they typically evacuate for major storms, and even neighbors who tend to ride out hurricanes are leaving.

“We don’t know of anyone who’s staying for the storm,” she said.

Coming out of retirement to help

Looking over a fleet of utility trucks staged near Charlotte Motor Speedway, retired utility worker Paul Anderson confessed Wednesday that he gets a rush from helping out with recovery efforts. The pay is good, but that’s not why he does it.

“It’s adrenaline,” said Anderson, 59, of Lake City, Florida. “As soon as I get the call to go to work, I’m a changed man. My wife will tell you that. It makes you feel good to go help people. Plus, you get paid.”

Anderson didn’t hesitate this time, gathering people from Florida and Alabama and preparing to roll toward Wilmington, North Carolina. At least two dozen trucks were parked near the speedway as workers loaded equipment into a trailer.

“When (my boss) asked me if I’d go down to the coast, I said yeah. And he said ‘You know what you’re getting into, don’t you?’ and I said, ‘That’s where I want to be. I want to be right in the middle of it.“’

Finally, Anderson admitted to one fear.

“I’m scared of the water,” he said. “I’m not scared of the wind. (Hurricane) Irma had a lot of wind. You don’t want to be out in it but you can protect yourself from that. This water thing, we’ve never had to face that.”

Learning from past experience

Seth Bazemore lives in one of the most flood-prone neighborhoods in Norfolk, Virginia: A sliver of land known as Willoughby Spit that juts into Chesapeake Bay like a hitch-hiker’s thumb.

Previous hurricanes have made him a survivor.

On Wednesday, his brick house was lined with sandbags. Six bilge pumps sat inside on the ground floor, ready to push out the heavy rains and possible flood surge that the outer bands of Hurricane Florence are forecast to deliver.

“It looks like a ship moored to a pier,” said the 62-year-old engineering manager at Newport News Shipbuilding, a nearby shipyard the builds aircraft carriers and submarines for the U.S. Navy.

“I’ve learned from past experience,” he said. “But believe you me, if I think it’ll be worse and more than my setup can handle, we’re out of here.”

Bazemore was feeling some relief Wednesday. The forecast showed that Florence may strike the East Coast even further south in the Carolinas and bring less rain and wind to Virginia.

Evacuating with a newborn

Colin Richards was among the military personnel leaving coastal Virginia and North Carolina ahead of Hurricane Florence. Many of the region’s ships had already headed out to sea.

The 28-year-old mostly was concerned for his daughter, who is one month and two days old.

“It’s very simple,” he said Wednesday morning. “We don’t want to live without power with a newborn.”

Richards is a U.S. Navy diver based at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in Virginia Beach. He and his wife, Louilyn, live in the Norfolk neighborhood of Oceanview, which sits on the southern edge of the Chesapeake Bay.

Florence is projected to strike the Carolinas. But heavy rains, winds and flooding are expected in Virginia.

“It’s just not worth the risk,” Richards said. “We’ve lost power frequently in the past.”

The family planned to head to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where Richards is from. He said many of his neighbors in Norfolk planned to wait out the storm with generators.


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Henry VIII and the Lords of the Council

David Starkey

‘Pastime with good company’ – how the image of ‘Bluff King Hal’ glosses over the harsh realities of life-and-death court intrigues played out among the nooks and crannies of the king’s private apartment.
A king spying on his councillors from 'a window above' is hardly our image of 'Bluff King Hal'. Yet that is what Shakespeare gives us at the climax of his King Henry VIII. The occasion is a plot against Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, hatched by Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, and sprung on the Archbishop in the Council Chamber. Cranmer, by his office the highest ranking of the king's Council, is kept waiting at the Council Chamber door, until he is summoned within to be upbraided by his fellow councillors. His plight, however, is spotted by Sir William Butts, the royal physician, who brings the king to witness the humiliation of the archbishop from his secret vantage point. Outraged, Henry muses:Is this the honour they do one another? 'Tis well there's one above them yet.He then breaks into the Council meet­ing to remind the councillors that he is master and that, so long as he pleases, Cranmer shall remain untouched. This is an early, and rather good, example of the dramatic reconstruc­tion of reality. Shakespeare dates the event twelve years too early; other­wise he follows closely his source, Johne Foxe's Acts and Monuments (bet­ter known as The Book of Martyrs); while Foxe himself was drawing on eye-witnesses, including Cranmer's own secretary, who were in a position to know. Shakespeare's audience is thus seeing something not very dif­ferent from what happened, as his­torians have begun to realise. Anyone who has read, for example, the 1982-83 History Today series on 'Faction in Tudor and Stuart England', will find himself at home in Shake­speare's world. For faction, the fac­tional plot, and the show trial are what threaten to destroy Cranmer. As Henry VIII tells him: Your enemies are many and not small; their Practices may bear the same proportion; and not ever The justice and truth o'the question carries The due o'the verdict with it: at what ease Might corrupt minds procure knaves as corruptTo swear against you? Such things have been done.Such things had been done indeed: in 1535 against Sir Thomas More, in 1536 against Anne Boleyn and her 'lovers', in 1538-39 against the Poles and their friends, and in 1540 against Cromwell himself. Familiar, too, will be the role of Butts and Sir Anthony Denny, Who ushers Cranmer into the king's presence in the Privy Gallery. For Butts and Denny were leading members of Privy Chamber, as the body of the king's personal servants was known. This group has emerged in recent historiography as one of the key elements in the reign. The members of the Privy Chamber were the king's eyes and ears in the localities; formed an inner royal administration that handled the king's private treasures and procured the king's sign manual or signature, the prime motor of government; and, above all, acted as a seed-bed of faction. 'Faction', in fact, has become interchangeable with 'court politics'. Here comes the difficulty: the politics in King Henry VIII are certainly faction politics, but they are based, not in the court or Privy Chamber, but in the Privy Council. It is among Cranmer's fellow-councillors that Gardiner raises a party against Cranmer; it is in the Council Chamber that the plot is sprung; and after he that the plot is sprung; and after he his divided councillors that Henry VIII commands 'be friends, for shame, my lords!' The Privy Council, of course, was the central theme of the earlier generation of Tudor historiography: for Geoffrey Elton, it was the crown of Thomas Cromwell's achievement, the 'coping stone' of reformed government. And Professor Elton has sought, despite all the winds of change in scholarship and his own trimming to them, to keep this vision intact. He has done so by emphasising the differences between court and Council: 'power in its political guise', he tells us, 'continued to depend only in small part on the function or place of the courtier'. And if courtiers were rarely politicians, then, it seems, politicians were courtiers only reluctantly, and the greatest most reluctantly of all: 'the role of courtier sat uneasily' on Cromwell; the court was 'the one area of public life of which Cromwell had had no experience before he embarked on his career in the king's service'; and he never 'fully penetrated its essence'. This distinction between court and Council leaves Professor Elton free to paint the picture in Reform and Reformation of a king and court swept by the turbulent, irrational waves of faction, while meantime in the Council Cromwell and his successors struggle heroically with the task of governing the kingdom, and even, when they are allowed, reforming it. It is a case, in City of London jargon, of 'Chinese walls' (designed to insulate competing departments within the same organisations). But how strong can such walls be when courtiers and councillors rub shoulders in the palace; when the Council meets a few yards from the king's Bedchamber; and when, above all, courtiers and councillors are often the same person? Such social and personal realities have blown down the City's 'Chinese walls'; they topple, just as remorselessly, Professor Elton's too nice distinctions. From the fragments we shall try to construct a sounder fabric of interpretation that will show the Privy Council, not as something alien to the court, but as its very centre. It had not always been so, however. In his studies of the Council in the first half of Henry VIII's reign John Guy paints a very different picture. The Council then was not at court; it was the 'Cardinal's court'. Domestic government, at any rate, was firmly in the hands of the king's chief councillor, Thomas Wolsey, and he used the Council meeting judicially in the Star Chamber at Westminster as the vehicle of his power. Policy was proclaimed in Star Chamber; Star Chamber enforced it; and Star Chamber broke and humiliated those unwise enough to ,cross the Cardinal Chancellor. The king's Council, in short, attended not on the king, but on the king's minister. This reflected the political realities that made Wolsey (always conditionally, of course) alter rex ('the second king'); the arrangement was also conditioned by geography.The Star Chamber – in fact a rather modest, gabled structure – was situated on the east, or river side of New Palace Yard. At right-angles, on the south side, was Westminster Hall. There, divided only by temporary wooden partitions, sat all three com­mon law courts, King's Bench, Common Pleas and Chancery. While between the Hall and Star Chamber was housed the Exchequer, the oldest department of the bureaucracy. All this was conveniently to hand for Wolsey. For immediately to the north of New Palace Yard lay York Place, the old palace of the archbishops of York, which he had rebuilt in fine style. Thence 'daily ... in the term season' (that is the legal terms when the law courts were in session), he would go in procession of Westmin­ster Hall. He rode on a mule, which was trapped with crimson velvet and mounted with gilt spurs; while before him were borne the symbols of his dual authority, temporal and spiritual. At the door of Westminster Hall the Cardinal dismounted and went to sit in Chancery till 11 o'clock; 'and from thence he would divers times go into Star Chamber ... where he spared neither high nor low'. But what was handy for Wolsey was inconvenient in the extreme for Henry VIII. The residential part of the Palace of Westminster had been destroyed by fire in 1512 and had never been rebuilt. Nor was any sizeable alternative palace constructed in the first two decades of the reign. The nearest adequate accommodation in fact was Greenwich, five miles or so down river, and there the court was 'for the most part ... in the term'. And there Wolsey would go most Sundays: in his barge to the City; then through the City in procession, and by barge again to Greenwich: He being thus in the court, it was wonderfully furnished with noblemen and gentlemen, much otherwise than it was before his coming. After dinner among the lords, having some consulta­tion with the king or with the Council, he would depart homeward with like.But term time lasted for only about sixteen weeks in the nine months from October to June. At other times, and particularly in the long summer vacation, the king and court could be anywhere in the dozen or so royal palaces scattered in the south and south east. Then the problems of communication became acute. Early in Wolsey's ministry, his mentor and sometime patron, Richard Foxe, bishop of Winchester, advised him 'when the term is done, keep the Council with the king's grace where­soever he be'. It was a counsel of perfection. Many of Henry's palaces were cramped and old-fashioned – little better than hunting lodges in fact. It would have been hard to accommodate Wolsey and his train, and in any case he preferred the comfort and modernity of his own houses. Nor, to begin with, was he much concerned that others might get at the king during these long periods of separation. In the course of1515-16, the remaining substantial figures on the Council had either withdrawn from the fray – like Warham and Foxe – or – like Norfolk and Suffolk – knuckled down. The minister sensed correctly that he had nothing to fear from that quarter.But Henry, however dependent he might be on his 'own good cardinal', remained king and retained the capac­ity for independent action. Which turned the spotlight on those who did accompany the king in all his wander­ings; the servants of his Chamber, and more particularly, of the rapidly developing inner circle of the Privy Chamber Under Henry VII these men had tended to be colourless functionaries; under Henry VIII, however, brilliant young men of high birth increasingly took over. They were even given a special name: the king's 'minions'. They were, of course, primarily body servants and boon companions. But in a personal monarchy the line between private favour and public power was a very fine one. The circumstances of 1517 conspired to erase it entirely. The year had begun normally enough. Henry had spent Christmas at Richmond, and was to return there for Easter; otherwise he resided prin­cipally at Greenwich. And there on July 5th took place the ceremonies for the signing of a treaty between Henry VIII and Charles of Spain. These celebrations set the seal on the min­ions' place at court: they made up the bulk of the king's band in the jousts, and the chief of their number, Nicholas Carew, was the king's cup­bearer at the following banquet. But stalking the banquet, like cholera at a masked ball in nineteenth-century Paris, was the 'sweating sickness' (perhaps a virulent form of influenza). Wolsey had fallen victim to an earlier outbreak in June; now he nearly died. Henry, as usual with pestilence, fled - first to Richmond, then to Windsor. And as the disease lingered on into the autumn and the winter, the whole routine of business collapsed. Henry wandered from place to place to the west of London; Wolsey, after his return from a pil­grimage to Walsingham to give thanks for his recovery, retired to Hampton Court, taking Chancery with him. Not till January 21st did Wolsey come back to Westminster for the start of Hilary term; Henry VIII too put in an appearance, but immediately with­drew again to Windsor. In the intervening months, king and cardinal had met only once. Otherwise Henry was left both with­out formal counsel and without for­malised methods of transacting busi­ness. The Privy Chamber stepped into the breach: a clerk (probably Carew's) wrote out the king's letters and his master influenced their con­tents. Minions and minister clashed over the marriage of the wealthy widow of a tenant-in-chief; and able to command the king's signature, the minions won. Wolsey had learned the hard way the value of Foxe's advice and moved immediately to fill the vacuum he had created about the king. Richard Pace, the royal secretary, who had just returned from an embassy to the Swiss, was sent to reside at court in the new year, as was the up-and-coming humanist and lawyer, Thomas More. Pace's job was to write Henry's letters and hold a watching brief for Wolsey; while More's was to act as a 'councillor attendant', consulting with the king on business and handling, in harness with John Clerk, the dean of the Chapel Royal, 'poor men's suits' at court. In addition, More too was soon roped into the thankless task of acting as intermediary between king and cardinal. For Henry it had all the delight of a new game. Clearly modelling himself on Wolsey's grand orations in Star Chamber, he gave 'substantial pre­cepts' to More and Clerk about the discharge of their duties, 'especially enempst (concerning) forfeitures'. He was weaker, however, at detail. On April 1st (appropriately enough) Pace informed Wolsey of a request by Clerk and More that the cardinal should write to the lord steward or controller of the household to make sure that they were actually given 'daily such allowance of meat and drink as the king's Grace granted unto them gladly by his bill signed'. At the same time Pace put in a word for himself, 'for though I have somewhat better than they have', yet still Tam not served according to the order of the king's house, neither as his Grace would I should be'. These events are impor­tant. They mark the first stirrings of Henry's own appetite for control; they also show the intimate connection between household and Council that is a 'central, and neglected, theme of the reign. Yet, most of all, they highlight the gap between intention and fulfilment: Henry might aspire to be master, but he was not even master in his own house. The following year Wolsey put it in order for him. He had, however, his own motives for doing so. The min­ions had not been so easily dealt with. In autumn 1518 they consolidated their position at court by acquiring the formal office of gentleman of the Privy Chamber; eight months later in May 1519 Wolsey procured their expulsion from court on the grounds that they were a bad influence on the king. In their place he put four 'men of greater age, and perhaps of greater repute, but creatures of Cardinal Wolsey'. They were given a hybrid title – 'knights of the body in the Privy Chamber'  – and had a hybrid func­tion, for they were both courtiers and body servants and councillors: indif­ferently they would go on an embassy, appear in a masque and help audit the Jewel House. The politics settled, Wolsey turned at leisure to the administrative details: during thee summer, the four knights, More, the two gentlemen of the Privy Chamber who had survived the purge, and the junior members of the Privy Chamber staff, were all given salaries; in the autumn, their rights to board and lodging at court for them­selves and their servants (which had so agitated Pace and co. the previous year) were settled as well in a series of lists of 'daily liveries in the king's household', issued at monthly inter­vals. This completed the institutionalisation, not only of the Privy Chamber, but also of a Council Atten­dant  – indeed the two groups inter­meshed and overlapped to the point at which they became one. The king now had the private staff he wanted. But it was one hand-picked by Wolsey and spent much of its time liaising with him. The lion, to paraphrase Councillor Attendant More, was stir­ring, but he did not yet know his own strength: the centre of political gravity was still the cardinal and the cardinal's court. Nevertheless Wolsey tended to get jealous – for no very good reason – of the little group of councillors and courtiers about the king and sought to attract them back into his own orbit. Henry, for his part, stood his ground: he insisted that Pace should go to Wolsey only for special items of busi­ness, 'and at other times to remain in the court'. It was less easy to take a firm line when it was the demands of war and diplomacy that called men away. By 1522, however, things had reached such a pass that Henry announced that he would not remain 'so bare without some noble and wise sage persons about him'. Asked whom he wanted, 'his Grace answered that he would name none but some he would have'. The trou­bled international situation, and the consequent need for courtiers to double-up as soldiers and negotiators, were real enough; con­temporaries, on the other hand, sus­pected Wolsey of exploiting the situalion for his own purposes because he wanted possible rivals 'out of the way'. But these excuses, if excuses they were, came to an end in 1525 with the advent of 'right honourable and profitable peace with all outward reg­ions'. In fact Wolsey, never one to neglect a good line when he saw it, played the old tune for the last time and blamed existing disorders on the war effort; then he turned to the task of the 'reformation' of the royal household. The result was the publication of the Ordinances of Eltham in January 1526. The Household (save for its accounting machinery) and the Chamber were passed over cursorily; for the Privy Chamber, on the other hand, detailed regulations were pre­scribed and a full listing of its person­nel given. Next came the chapters dealing with the Council. Their ostensible purpose was to provide for 'a good number' of councillors to give 'their attendance upon [the king's] most royal person'. Twenty such were listed, beginning with Chancellor Wolsey, Treasurer Norfolk, and Privy Seal Ruthall, and ending with the captain of the Guard, Sir William Kingston, and Dr Richard Wolman, who was responsible 'for ordering of poor men's complaints and causes'. But recognising that the leading coun­cillors 'shall many seasons fortune to be absent from the king's court, and specially in the term time', arrange­ments were made for groups of their more junior colleagues to hold the fort: first ten, then four and finally 'two ... at the least [shall] always be present'.Historians have seen two hands at work here: the king, pressing for 'an honourable presence of councillors about his Grace, as to his high honour doth appertain', and Wolsey, more aware of the realities of power which kept councillors 'absent for some reasonable cause', and of course hav­ing his own reasons for welcoming such absence. This indeed seems to be the case. Wolsey's working papers for the Ordinances show that he was thinking throughout of the kind of small group of 'councillors daily attendant' that had existed since 1518-19. In fact 1526 represents a wholesale return to the ad hoc changes of 1518-19. But with one important difference: in 1519 the personnel of the Privy Chamber and the Council Attendant had virtually fused; in 1526 they were carefully separated. Coun­cillors no longer had offices of inti­mate access to the sovereign; while the members of the Privy Chamber, who had such access, were enjoined to keep strictly to their domestic sphere, 'not. . . advancing them­selves . . . or intermeddl[ing] of any causes or matters whatsomever'.These nice distinctions collapsed in the political revolution of the late 1520s, which first bridled Wolsey's power and then broke it. The cardinal, old trouper that he was, kept up appearances to the last. On the first day of Michaelmas Term 1529, as he himself was being indicted in King's Bench, he 'came into Westminster Hall with all his train ... and ... sat in the Chancery'. He was unable, how­ever, to sit in Star Chamber, 'for all the lords and other the king's Council were gone to Windsor to the king'. The conciliar mountain, immoveable so long, had come to the royal, Mahomet.Mahomet also came to the moun­tain. With Wolsey's fall, all his prop­erty was forfeit to the king. Henry seized York Place first. Wolsey left the palace arrayed like a sacrificial victim: the Gallery was hung with cloth of gold, silver and tissue; in the Gilt Chamber, to one side of the Gallery, were trestle tables heaped with gilt plate and a sideboard of gold and jewelled vessels; while in the Council Chamber, to the other side of the Gallery, were stacked silver and silver gilt plate. Under its new owner, the palace was to remain an Aladdin's Cave of plate and bullion; even more importantly, the Council Chamber became his Council Chamber. From Whitehall, his 'place besides Westminster' as he called it, Wolsey had gone in procession to Star Chamber; now the councillors in Star Chamber could come to the king in his 'new palace of Westminster', as it was formally entitled by act of parliament in 1536, or, as it was soon popularly known, Whitehall.These developments – the shift of political gravity from the cardinal's court to the king's court, on the one hand, and the king's acquisition of a new palace at Westminster that replaced Greenwich as his usual term-time residence, on the other permanently altered the Council. What mattered was no longer the councillors in Star Chamber, but the 'Council appointed to attend upon his Grace'. The king's view of counsel had triumphed over Wolsey's. But there is another element to the story – the contribution of the king's most power­ful subjects, the nobility. In May 1525, as they were mopping up after the disturbances which had followed the disastrous financial expedient known as the Amicable Grant, the Dukes of Norfolk and Suf­folk had written jointly to Wolsey, insisting that 'we never saw the time so needful for the king's Highness to call his Council unto him to debate and determine what is best to be done'. The Council outlined seven months later in the Eltham Ordinances can plausibly be seen as a response to this advice. In particular, the emphasis on the 'qualifying office' (as Professor Elton has called it) held by each councillor reflected a typically noble mode of thought. Nobles were used to arguing before the Court of Claims for rights to perform honorific services at the coronation by virtue of offices or property they had inherited; and their libraries contained treatises written to support their claims. Nor were such hereditary offices as earl marshal merely ceremonial, as we tend to think. In 1536 Norfolk cited the treatise on the Marshalship, of which he had commissioned a copy, to plead that, as marshal, 'I may have van­guard' of the army against the rebels of the Pilgrimage of Grace; while in 1526 the Marshalship was the 'qualifying office' for the seat in the Council Attendant of Norfolk's pre­decessor as marshal, Suffolk.In 1526 the role of the nobility in shaping the proposed Council Atten­dant has to remain a matter of conjec­ture; three years later with the fall of Wolsey it is not in doubt. The leaders of the attack on the cardinal were Anne Boleyn and her supporters, who were strong in the Privy Chamber, and the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, who aspired to domi­nance in and through the Council. The two dukes charged Wolsey with having subverted conciliar govern­ment: by monopolising information, by cutting off direct access to the king, and by inhibiting free discussion in the Council itself, where 'if any man would show his mind ... contrary to the opinion of the said cardinal, he would so take him up with his accus­tomable words, that they were better to have held their peace'. And they promised better for the future. Gov­ernment would now, Norfolk assured the Imperial ambassador, Eustace Chapuys, be entrusted 'to those who from birth and circumstances were more competent'. Not that he was taking over; instead, he emphasised, affairs 'would be managed not by an individual but by a Council'.For the next year or two they were. The leading councillors also displayed the characteristic noble concern with office and dignity: in autumn 1529 parliament gave statut­ory authority to the office of 'presi­dent of the king's most honourable Council ... attending up on his ... per­son', and ranked it third in the official hierarchy, behind the chancellor and treasurer but ahead of the privy seal. The office was then assumed by Suf­folk, the second of the duumvirate of dukes. All was not plain sailing how­ever. Some.nobles, like Norfolk, were avid for power and willing, even eager, to assume the consequent burden of work. Most were not. They did not have the habit of business; they did not even have the habit of attend­ing at court, save for the great feasts like Christmas and Easter. Easter also fell near to St George's Day, when the knights of the Garter, who included the leading nobles, met in chapter under the presidency of the king, the sovereign of the Order. Naturally advantage was taken of these unusual concentrations of high-ranking coun­cillors to blend business with pleas­ure: the Council sat on Christmas Day in both 1540 and 1541; while in 1535, as Chapuys shrewdly noted, the lords attending the chapter of the Garter were used to reinforce the commis­sion of oyer and terminer that tried and condemned the recalcitrant monks of the London Charterhouse. A party of lords went on to be present at the executions.John Husee, Lord Lise's London agent, passed over the executions in his letter to his mistress, since 'I know your ladyship so pitiful that such are little pleasant unto your ear'. Whether any of the lords shared her tender­hearted scruples is unclear. But many of them were doubtful about the Reformation, of which the executions were a particularly nasty episode. Their doubts were only reinforced by the fact that the Reformation had propelled another minister into power, Thomas Cromwell. Cromwell had been Wolsey's own 'councillor' and had learned from his old master; while Henry VIII, for his part, enacted some of the same rituals of friendship with the new minister as with the old, 'visiting him and supping at his house', for example. Cromwell's house thus became a power centre, besieged with a 'great multitude of suitors' and buzzing with run1our, like the story about a tripartite meet­ing between the kings of England, France and Scotland that Chapuys picked up in 1535. But the report, Chapuys also noted, 'was circu­lated ... at court'. Never, that is, did Cromwell's house displace the court, as Wolsey's had done; nor did Crom­well demote the Council so ostentati­ously.But he made both court and Council less attractive, even hostile, to his rivals for power. The result was that when the tensions of the 1530s finally boiled over into the rebellion of the Pilgrimage of Grace, it was not only the substance of the government's policy that was attacked, but also its form. The rebels complained that 'your Grace takes of your Council and being about you such persons as be of low birth and small reputation'; and they demanded instead that a Council of 'noblemen of the true noble blood [should] reign or rule about the king'.In 1536 these demands were rejected and the rebellion itself defeated. This was because most of the conservative nobility, in whose interests the rebels claimed to be acting, remained loyal. Men like Norfolk disliked Cromwell and all he stood for, but they disliked rebellion even more. In 1539-40, how­ever, the same issues were raised. But this time the battle was fought not in the field, but in court, Council and Parliament. And, in this safer terri­tory, it was the conservatives, not the radicals, who triumphed.The ground had been cut from under Cromwell's feet by develop­ments abroad. Charles V and Francis I, having settled their own differences, were contemplating united action against heretical Eng­land. Blockhouses and castles along the Channel coast were one line of defence; another was lo rebuild the citadel of orthodoxy. Parliament met in April 1539 and, led by Henry with Norfolk as his mouthpiece, restored the essence of Catholic doctrine in the Act of Six Articles. Two other acts showed that politics had turned smartly right as well. The Act of Proc­lamations provided that proclama­tions could only be issued by 'the advice of the more part' of the Coun­cil, and listed the office holders who were to make up the Council. The old tradition of constitutional history, which concentrated on the supposed conflict between a 'libertarian' parli­ament and a 'despotic' monarchy, has hopelessly obscured the meaning of the act. It was about conflict indeed, but between minister and Council. And conciliarism triumphed, as did, by and large, a more narrowly aristoc­ratic vision of Council in the act of precedence, which put the holders of the eleven principal 'qualifying offices' listed in the act of proclama­tions into a general order of prece­dence. The act also took for granted that the holders of these offices would be noble.Its hand mightily strengthened by these acts, the Council started to exert itself against the minister. In June Nicholas Shaxton, the radical bishop of Salisbury, sought Cromwell's pro­tection against 'the other lords of the king's most honourable Council'. Writing at the same time but from the opposite political perspective, John Husee suggested that Lord Lisle, whose attempts to bring the excesses of the religious radicals in Calais to Henry VIII's attention had been per­sistently frustrated by Cromwell, should signify the king of it and the Council while all the lords are here' for the Parliament. The ending of the parliamentary session on June 28th thus raised some of the domestic pressure on Cromwell; simultane­ously the European scene changed in his favour too and he was able to carry through the negotiations for the Cleves marriage. The prospect of another queen consort moved the question of household reform, which had been intermittently discussed since 1536, to the top of the agenda. And in December 1539, a week or two ahead of the marriage, 'the new book of household' was published.More interesting than its provisions for the new queen, however, is what it tells us about the new Council. The Council was now the Council 'in his Majesty's household': its leading members, it was envisaged, would be resident at court and dine together 'in the king's Council Chamber', at the table of the Duke of Suffolk, who was both lord president of the Council and, as lord great master, chief officer of the royal household. But only earls or above could dine at this table. Cromwell, however, was only a baron. So 'the lord privy seal' was given his own table, at which ate 'such barons and bishops as do not sit with the great master'. This was the reality of an aristocratic council: Cromwell, the leading councillor, could not dine with his senior colleagues because his status was not high enough. It now becomes clear why, four months later, Cromwell was made Earl of Essex and Lord Great Chamberlain: the earldom gave him rank within a noble Council; the Great Chamberlainship, standing within a household one. His promo­tion took place on April 18th, 1540. That day he dined in the Council Chamber with his fellow earls and the dukes. He had made the inner circle at last.Three months later still, however, in July 1540 Cromwell was dead. He was overthrown by his noble fellow coun­cillors, who arrested him in the Coun­cil Chamber; tore the George and Garter, the symbols of his pretensed nobility, from his person with their own hands, and added scandalum magnatum, or criminal contempt for the nobility, to the charges of treason and heresy in his attainder. Norfolk, it seems clear, even wanted to exact the ultimate vengeance of having him executed as a commoner, by hanging, drawing and quartering. But Henry drew the line at that. Otherwise, the noble programme went ahead. The great minister gone, collegiate, conciliar rule was now a reality and was acknowledged as such – prayerfully by the English ambas­sador in the Netherlands, who ended his first despatch to the Council (before he had written individually, first to Cromwell then to Norfolk) by beseeching Almighty God to give the councillors Nestor's years 'to rule, govern and counsel ... to the honour and comfort of our master and lord most sovereign. Amen'. And within this Council, the nobility played a highly active role. They made up half or a )little more of the Council, and they 'were regular attenders. His­torians/ spokesmen as usual of the school-swot tendency, have held nobles congenitally incapable of the neces­sary hard work. Helen Miller's recent study of Henry VIII's nobility proves them wrong: the Earl of Sussex, Cromwell's successor as great cham­berlain, attended three-quarters of Council meetings, Norfolk a third and even Suffolk over a quarter.But it was Henry's programme – and Council – as well. It was Henry, who in the early days of 1539-40, had used his authority, lightly disguised by the Council, to impose the unwonted habit of regular attendance on the nobility; on the other hand, he did not hesitate to reverse orders conveyed in the 'common letters' of the Council by his own instructions written by 'the secretary to the king's Majesty'. And by withdrawing tem­porarily from court he would suspend the Council's sittings entirely. This of course explains the name of the new Council. The Council Attendant had been known by a variety of terms: the 'Council for [the king's] person', or the Council 'in his Majesty's household', as well as the 'Secret' or 'Privy' Coun­cil. From the summer of 1540, how­ever, the last established itself as the official title. The Privy Council, in other words, was 'privy' in the same way that the Privy Chamber was 'privy'. Both were supremely intimate with the king: the latter were his personal, confidential attendants; the former his personal, confidential advisers. The fact was expressed geographically. Hitherto the Council Chamber at court had been part of the outer royal apartments; now it was moved into the privy lodgings. At Hampton Court it shifted from a site off the Chapel Gallery to one at the end of the queen's Privy Gallery; at Whitehall it opened off the king's Privy Gallery directly opposite the antechamber to Henry VIII's Bedchamber. We are thus back in the world of Shakespeare's play, as factions in court and Council struggle for power round the king, with the Privy Gallery, the common territory of the inner circle of the court, as their battle field.But it is a mistake to exaggerate the importance of court faction. As Dr Guy has recently pointed out, the Privy Council did not become a Bed­chamber Council, as in France. There the king's intimate council met in his Bedchamber while he was relieving himself, whence the name conseil des affaires. In England, however, there was a marked preference for formal, responsible counsel. We can now see that the influence of the nobility – with their fondness for office, hier­archy and collegiality –  was the prime force that translated this preference into reality. A century later, Charles I noted that 'the good of aristocracy is the conjunction of counsel in the ablest persons of a state for the public benefit'; while the 'ill of aristocracy is faction and division'. It would be hard to think of a better starting point for the historian of Tudor government.

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Identical twins Kathleen and Kristina Cuce had been opposed to the use of animals in circuses for as long as they could remember. But it wasn’t until they were 15, when Kathleen was doing research for a school project on circus animals, that she and her sister learned of all the abuses animals suffer not only to provide “entertainment,” but food, product testing, clothing, accessories, and more.

“I had to go to PETA headquarters in Norfolk [Virginia] to get information, but I was sick, so Kristina went for me and picked up some pamphlets,” Kathleen recalls. “There was one pamphlet in particular that had information about the treatment of animals in slaughterhouses, and it really disturbed me.”

It was then that Kathleen decided to become vegetarian. Her sister followed suit soon after, and today, the 37-year-old Virginia Beach residents are not only vegan, but run a successful cruelty-free business and spend countless hours on animal rescue missions.

 

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The youngest of four daughters, Kristina and Kathleen spent their teenage and college years working in their parents’ Italian restaurant. With a strong work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit, they knew they wanted to start their own business. Because they were both fashion aficionados with a penchant for footwear—and frustrated with the lack of animal-skin- or fur-free options—they began looking into making shoes and boots, but not just any shoes and boots.

Die-hard Colts fans, they went to an NFL game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. By the time they made their way from the parking lot to the stadium in inclement weather, their feet were soaked.

“We thought it would be great if we could get rain boots with a Colts logo, so we went to the pro shop and the employees told us that they didn’t carry footwear,” Kathleen says. “They had everything else under the sun with the Colts logo, but not footwear.”

“So we came home and looked into it,” Kristina continues. “And licensed footwear did not exist.”

 

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In fall 2009, they contacted the NFL licensing department, and by March 2010, Cuce Shoes had launched its first products, making a profit the first year and growing by leaps and bounds every year since—even obtaining a license from the National Hockey League. The sisters have expanded their line to include a variety of boots—including some that don’t have sports logos on them and a style that looks like Uggs, only without sheepskin or wool—accessories, and apparel.

“It is very important to us that we use only synthetics in our collections,” Kathleen says.

“We choose from the finest faux furs, synthetic suedes, and man-made leathers. There is no reason to wear another living being’s skin. Ever.”

“These days,” she adds, “the synthetics on the market are just as great quality and durable as real animal skins. There’s a big misconception that faux is cheap. The synthetic material we use is actually better [than animal skins and fur].”

 

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While the Cuce sisters—who are both married and have two rescue dogs each—are committed to the continued success (and expansion) of their business, their hearts and souls are in their volunteer animal rescue efforts. They, along with their two older sisters, work with several animal welfare organizations in the South, donating time and money to coordinating rescues with transporters and finding foster and forever homes for animals.

“We run it like a business because we need to work really quickly sometimes to get dogs out of dangerous situations or out of kill shelters,” Kristina says, adding that they have a “very thorough” screening process to make sure the dogs go to good homes. They also have a strong social media presence where they give “pupdates” on how dogs they have rescued are doing.

“We have heard wildlife cry for their babies. We have rescued dogs and seen the transformation from being petrified to having so much love. All beings have feelings,” Kathleen says. “They say ignorance is bliss, and I certainly believe that. There are some days I wish I did not know what happens in regards to factory farming, furriers, and dog fighting. The knowledge can take you to a dark place.”

And while it is difficult for Kathleen and Kristina to process the magnitude of animal suffering, they plan to keep plugging away, doing what they can professionally and personally, to help all animals.

 

Juliet Pennington is a Boston-based journalist who focuses on travel, entertainment, and all-things vegan.


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The Honorable Mark H.

SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 — Highways, roads, and bridges in and around the New York metro area are increasingly clogged with bumper-to-bumper commercial truck and commuter traffic. That’s not news to anyone who has driven I-95 along the U.S. East Coast. The congestion increases air pollution— leading to increased health risks—and slows the flow of people, commerce, and goods to a crawl throughout the region.

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) estimates that truck congestion and delays cost $862 million in 2017, and estimated that the cost would rise by 31 percent to $1.1 billion by 2045. NYEDC is investing $100 million in infrastructure to promote and establish waterborne transportation alternatives in and around the region.

On September 27, 2018, SUNY Maritime College and the Maritime Industry Museum at Fort Schuyler will host America’s Blue Highway, a one-day conference that will bring together key players to discuss ways to move cargo transport off land and onto the water, thereby reducing road congestion and air pollution.

The Honorable Mark H. “Buz” Buzby, Administrator of the U.S. Maritime Administration, will keynote the event.

Other nations and regions around the world are increasingly seeking to move cargo traffic off the roads and onto ships. These marine highways are developing to enable and sustain what is called short-sea shipping, where freight is carried over water for shorter distances than traditional shipping operations.

“For marine highways to be successful in this country, we need to raise awareness of the advantages short-sea shipping has to offer,” said Capt. Eric Johansson, distinguished professor of Marine Transportation at Maritime. “This conference is an opportunity for urban and regional planners, terminal operators, educational institutions and labor organizations to learn how to integrate marine highways into their policies and plans.”

The Maritime Administration, a branch of the U.S. Department of Transportation, has designated 25 marine highway routes around the country. One of them includes New York City, and the city government is initiating a marine highway solution to export municipal waste and other cargo through the Red Hook Container Terminal in Brooklyn.

The conference will feature a variety of speakers from around the region and the maritime industry: 

  • Rear Adm. Michael Alfultis, SUNY Maritime College president
  • Mark H. Buzby, administrator of the Maritime Administration
  • Cole Cosgrove, vice president of marine operations for Crowley Liner Services
  • Scott Davies, director of ports and waterways planning for MARAD
  • Capt. Jeffrey Flumignan, director of MARAD's North Atlantic gateway office
  • Andrew Genn, strategic vice president of PortNYC and asset management for NYCEDC
  • Robert Kunkel, owner and principal of Harbor Harvest
  • Dennis Lombardi, Romark Logistics
  • Matthew Kwatinetz, executive vice president of PortNYC and asset management for NYCEDC
  • Buckley McAllister, president of McAllister Towing
  • Kyle McAvoy, Robson Forensic
  • Jim Pelliccio, CEO and president of Port Newark Container Terminal
  • Bethann Rooney, assistant director of Port Authority of NY/NJ
  • Mick Stamatis, president of Red Hook Container Terminal
  • Capt. Jack Sullivan, vice president of vessel operations and engineering at Matson Navigation Company
  • Richard Teubner, vice president of SEACOR
  • Derek Veenhof, executive vice president of asset management for Covanta
  • Ed Whitmore, president and CEO of Norfolk Tug Co.
  • Matt Woodruff, president of American Maritime Partnerships
  • Ed Zimny, president and CEO of Seabury Capital

For more details on the agenda, click here. The event begins with a sponsored breakfast at 8 a.m. The conference begins at 9 a.m. The registration fee is $50 a person. Please click here to register for the event.


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  • Hurricane Florence has triggered more than 1,000 flight cancellations and the closing of roughly a dozen airports in the Carolinas and Virginia.
  • Delta and JetBlue have capped prices for flights in the affected areas, while American and United have opened reduced-price flights for evacuees.
  • American, Delta, United, and Southwest have also waived their in-cabin pet fees.
  • Nearly all major US carriers operating to areas affected by the storm have offered fee waivers for passengers.

Hurricane Florence has triggered more than 1,000 flight cancellations and the closing of nearly a dozen airports in North Carolina and South Carolina.

American Airlines, the carrier with the largest operation in the Carolinas, has announced the cancellation of more than 800 flights through Sunday.

The Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines said it had canceled 150 flights ahead of the storm.

Southwest announced that it had canceled all flights into and out of Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham in North Carolina as well as Richmond and Norfolk in Virginia from Thursday until Saturday morning.

Airports along the eastern seaboard are also expected to shut down ahead of the storm. According to American, airports in the North Carolina cities of Greenville, Jacksonville, New Bern, and Wilmington will be closed until Saturday. Raleigh-Durham is expected to experience "scattered cancellations" through Friday, while operations at Charlotte Douglas International were not affected as of Wednesday evening.

In South Carolina, airports in Myrtle Beach, Columbia, and Florence are closed through Saturday. Charleston's airport is expected to be closed through Friday.

In Virginia, the airport serving Hampton and Newport News is expected to be closed through Friday.

Delta announced on Monday that it was preemptively capping prices for some coastal and inland airports from Savannah, Georgia, north to Richmond, Virginia.

On Tuesday, JetBlue announced that it too would cap fares on seats to and from select areas affected by the hurricane.

"To assist the affected communities, JetBlue has capped fares on new bookings at $149 for remaining seats to/from Savannah, Charleston, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, and Richmond through Sunday, September 16," a representative for the New York-based carrier told Business Insider in an email.

American and United announced last-minute reduced-price fares for those needing to evacuate by air.

Delta has made available an additional 1,200 seats on routes operating in the path of the hurricane via additional flights and the use of larger aircraft.

In addition, almost all major airlines operating in the region including American, Delta, United, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, and Frontier have issued fee waivers for ticket holders who need to change their reservations.

American, Delta, and United have also waived baggage and pet-in-cabin fees for evacuees. Southwest also waived its pet fees for some airports in the region.

On Thursday, Hurricane Florence weakened slightly to a Category 2 hurricane, but it still boasts sustained winds of 105 mph with gusts reaching even higher speeds. In addition, the storm is expected to cause a storm surge of 9 to 13 feet along North Carolina's Outer Banks.

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