MAPPs TONIGHT 12 Venues Many Performances

first_img 0% MAPP is on tonight as it is every other month on the first Saturday of the month. There is not a better bimonthly and free neighborhood event.Below we have created a map and taken a screenshot of the program. Enjoy. Don’t know what MAPP is?Read Mapping the Mission, one backyard at a time and watch the video below. Here is a MAPP from two years ago.center_img Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0%last_img

FIJI launched their 2013 World Cup campaign in sty

first_imgFIJI launched their 2013 World Cup campaign in style on Monday night with an excellent 32-14 victory over Ireland at the Spotland Stadium, Rochdale in front of a sell-out crowd of nearly 9,000.The Pacific Islanders started strongly before repelling an Irish fightback with some brutal defence.Supported by a large contingent of the local Fijian community in the town, they ran in six tries with former Australian winger Akuila Uate registering a hat-trick as well as touch-downs from  Kevin Naiqama, Tariq Sims and Korbin Sims.The result sets-up a mouthwatering clash with the Kangaroos at Langtree Park this Saturday November 2 (KO 8pm) which is ure to be another bruising encounter and which will have huge impact on how the Group A standings will take shape.Due to increased demand, the East Stand at Langtree Park has now been opened to sale and you can get your tickets by calling into the Langtree Park Ticket Office or by calling 01744 455 052.There is also a fantatsic hospitality offering available for the game:There are three great packages:Diamond Box package:Premium seat directly outside of your box2 Course pre-match dinnerPrivate pay bar facilitySouvenir programmePrice: £89St Helens Rugby League World Cup Family Night Out:Top category match ticketCarvery and dessertInterviews with RLWC2013 Squad players & Legends hosted by Pete EmmettPrivate pay bar facilitySouvenir programmeFamily EntertainmentPrices: Adults: £75, Under 16s: £55St Helens Saturday Night LiveTop category match ticketStand Up Comedy and hosted by Pete EmmettInterviews with RLWC2013 Squad players & Legends2 course pre-match dinnerPrivate pay bar facilitySouvenir programmePrices: £95For further information and to book call 01744 455 053 or email: [email protected]*Prices Exclude VATlast_img read more

SIA Soliola is setting his sights high as Saints e

first_imgSIA Soliola is setting his sights high as Saints enter the second half of the First Utility Super League season.The forward has been an ever present in Nathan Brown’s side this campaign and is ready for a big finale.And he reckons the attitude is right in the camp for an assault on Old Trafford.“Perhaps the Warrington game was a blessing in disguise,” he explained. “Maybe we were just getting through games rather than finishing them and not addressing the real issue about how we were approaching those matches.“Since Huddersfield there has been a big attitude change within the team. After the Wolves game Wello (Paul Wellens) said it was embarrassing and we took that on board.“The club didn’t deserve that performance and nothing less than first place is where we need to be. It will be tough but we are capable of it.“It was nice to have a break ahead of the match with Catalan but I’d rather have been in the Challenge Cup. It will be tough there but we will go with the right attitude. They did have a rough start but have come into form now and have players back.“They have big forwards and it will be a real tough ask for us.”Like Tommy Makinson, Sia has appeared in all Saints’ games this year and is continuing to be the hub of a strong pack.He continued: “I’m happy with my form; I’ve had to adapt in different positions and I have played in the back row, centre, front row and lock so far. I’ve enjoyed showing how versatile I am and I’ve enjoyed being at lock, being up there in the grunt and amongst the action.“I think it’s best suited for me and the more I play there the more comfortable I get. There’s more to come too.”After the win at Castleford, Nathan Brown indicated that Sia would leave the club at the end of the season to return to Australia.Soliola confirmed this but said it is for all the right reasons.“I’ve expressed to the club that I am looking to go home at the end of the season and that is solely based on family reasons. The club has been fantastic to me but I feel it is time to move back home to Australia.“Nothing is sorted yet and I am focusing on Saints and Old Trafford.“It has been a hard decision as I feel I have made a lot of friends over here. It will be hard as Eamonn, Mike Rush and Nathan have been great to me, I can’t fault them; at this stage it is for family reasons.”last_img read more

Humpday Health Using balls at the gym to spice up your workout

first_img A “Both Sides Up”, or BOSU, ball is an inflated rubber hemisphere used for lots of different exercises. It allows you to work on your balance and your whole body will feel the burn after using it.“Using the BOSU ball, we covered almost your entire body. Everything is engaged to keep the balance on the ball,” said Varady.The weighted ball can be used in a variety of ways and cover many different muscle groups.“Using the weighted ball, depending on what exercises, we were using the abs, we were using shoulders, we were using mostly the core, we could have added some legs into that,” said Varady.It’s easy to get burned out with the same old routine at the gym. Mixing in some different workouts with the BOSU or weighted ball can help alleviate that feeling.“Coming into the gym every day, your workouts get boring, so by adding these new little toys into your workout just makes everything a little bit more exciting, a little bit more challenging,” said Varady.So the next time you want to break a sweat, choose a ball instead of a dumbbell. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — “If you see something in your gym that you don’t know what to do, there’s trainers, there’s managers, there’s even your peers that can help you come up with different things,” said health expert Evonne Varady.The gym is the place for athletes to train so they’ll be prepared before they hit the ball field, but did you know there are balls at the gym to enhance your workout?- Advertisement – last_img read more

Two men arrested in connection to Whiteville shooting last month

first_img Hines and Newkirk are each charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, discharging a weapon into occupied property, among other charges.They’re charged in connection to a shooting at Saw Mill Apartments in Whiteville on November 26. Corey Tashombae Hines and Taquay Montez Newkirk WHITEVILLE, NC (WWAY) — Whiteville Police say two men are charged in connection to a shooting back in November.US Marshals arrested Corey Tashombae Hines and Taquay Montez Newkirk.- Advertisement – last_img read more

Pender Co Schools Topsail Elementary fire alarm working fine

first_imgPENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — WWAY and Pender County Schools discussed yesterday’s report stating the fire alarm system is not working at Topsail Elementary School.The story included an interview with the school’s principal, who, in discussing the challenges that the school has had to overcome, said, “Some of it meant that we have things in our school that may not be working right now like our fire alarm, our front door buzzer.” The principal went on to explain that district maintenance workers had been working hard in the weeks leading up to reopening the school, completing needed repairs.- Advertisement – Prior to the reopening of schools, the fire alarm was not functioning properly, sending multiple alarms.Today PCS provided to WWAY an inspection report that confirms the fire alarm system received its annual inspection on July 13, 2018. Pender County Schools’ maintenance department expedites all maintenance issues that affect the safety of students and staff – including fire alarms – bypassing the work order submittal system and responding immediately to fix the problem – as in this situation.WWAY and PCS are committed to working closely together in the future to make sure the community receives the most accurate information. We are glad to have been able to provide this update to the benefit of all.last_img read more

Bitty of Bitty Beaus Coffee heads to Sesame Street

first_img Bitty Wright was invited to appear on Sesame Street earlier this year and according to the Bitty and Beau’s Facebook page she left Thursday to get to the set.Filming will begin Friday. Bitty Wright heads to Sesame Street (Photo: Facebook) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Many of us are familiar with Bitty and Beau’s Coffee on New Centre Drive in Wilmington.Now, one of the faces of the coffee shop will soon be seen on another street – one that’s home to a big yellow bird.- Advertisement – last_img read more

Leland Police search for man accused of exposing himself to woman child

first_imgLeland Police hoping to identify suspect accused of exposing himself at Walmart (Photo: Leland Police Department) LELAND, NC (WWAY) — Do you recognize this man? Leland Police hope you can help identify the man in this surveillance photo.At 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, police say the suspect allegedly exposed himself to a female and her small child at Walmart.- Advertisement – Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect is asked to contact Det. Jonathan Kazee at (910) 371-0274.last_img read more

Report Hurricane Florence killed 22 caused 24B in damage

first_imgMIAMI (AP) — Hurricane Florence killed 22 people across three Southeastern states, was the ninth most destructive storm in terms of property damage in U.S. history and spawned 44 tornadoes, a report from the National Hurricane Center said Friday.The report described Florence as “a long-lived, category 4 hurricane” which was named on Aug. 31 and lingered until Sept. 17. The hurricane made landfall along the southeastern coast of North Carolina as a Category 1 storm.- Advertisement – Fifteen people were killed in North Carolina, the report said, with 11 of those dying because of flooding. Four people were killed in South Carolina, all from flooding. In each instance, people either drove into floodwaters or were swept off the road by floodwaters.Three people died in Virginia as a direct result of the storm, two of them from flooding, the report said.In addition to the 22 storm-related deaths, the report said, the storm was responsible for 30 indirect fatalities, including 25 in North Carolina. Indirect deaths are classified as those resulting from heart attacks, house fires, electrocutions and traffic accidents.Related Article: VA hopes to start seeing patients in Wilmington as soon as WednesdayOf the tornadoes caused by Florence, the report said an EF-2 in Chesterfield County, Virginia, on Sept. 17 caused significant structure damage. One building collapsed, killing a man inside.In all, Florence made an impact on four states. Damage from Florence was estimated at $24 billion. North Carolina bore the brunt of that total, with an estimated $22 billion in damage. Another $2 billion in damage was recorded in South Carolina and $200 million in Virginia. Florence had weakened significantly and was little more than a tropical storm when it passed near the Georgia border with South Carolina. As a result, damage in Georgia was estimated at $30 million.According to the report, the storm left 1.1 million residents without power, all but 100,000 in North Carolina.Among other findings, the report said Florence produced rainfall exceeding 10 inches across parts of North Carolina and South Carolina. Some totals exceeded 20 inches from the North Carolina-South Carolina border east to southeastern North Carolina. The slow forward speed of the storm created persistent rain bands over the area, leading to almost 36 inches of rain near Elizabethtown, shattering the record of 24.06 inches in Southport during Hurricane Floyd in 1999.In South Carolina, 23.93 inches of rain was recorded at Loris, beating the previous record of 17.45 inches near Lake Jocassee when Tropical Storm Beryl soaked the state in 1994.last_img read more

Update Missing man last seen in Hampstead found

first_img The sheriff’s office describes Leroy Scott Stone, 52, as a white male, 6’0″ tall and 195 lbs.Pender County Sheriff’s Office says Stone was wearing a tie-dye “Cheech and Chong” t-shirt and sketchers when he was last seen walking in the area around Hilltop in Hampstead, around 6 p.m. on Tuesday.Anyone with information about his whereabouts are encouraged to contact the Pender County Sheriff’s Office at (910) 259-1515. Pender County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Leroy Scott Stone on July 24, 2019. (Photo: PCSO) UPDATE: Leroy Scott Stone was found in New Hanover County.PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The Pender County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help finding a missing endangered person.- Advertisement – last_img read more