The master suite at 14 Constance Ct, Newport.There is also a games room and second bathroom.The huge kitchen has stone benchtops, stainless-steel appliances and a teppanyaki grill.Upstairs, the master bedroom has a walk-in robe, balcony access and a luxurious ensuite. The kitchen with teppanyaki grill at 14 Constance Ct, Newport.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“At night time you come home to that beautiful fish tank and it makes you feel very relaxed,” she said.The two-storey house is on an 870sq m corner block with a pontoon and three driveways.On the ground floor there is a laundry, bedroom with built-in storage and bathroom.Further into the home there is a media room, living space and an open-plan kitchen and dining area leading to the deck and pool area. The home at 14 Constance Ct, Newport.THIS open, spacious home has a built-in fish tank, pool and marina views.Owners Shirley and Peter Piscina built the property, at 14 Constance Court, Newport, 10 years ago to make the most of the stunning location.“We had to have those breezes and views of Newport marina,” Ms Piscina said. The open-plan living area at 14 Constance Ct, Newport.“I wanted to make it more of a family environment so we could see each other and be together, but also spacious enough that we never felt like we’re on top of each other.“And, for me, the kitchen is one of the most important parts of the house because it brings the family together.”Ms Piscina said while the views were the showstopper in the home, the fish tank was a focal point. The media room at 14 Constance Ct, Newport.The five remaining bedrooms have built-in robes, and there is a family bathroom.Ms Piscina said she would miss the open spaces, views and breezes the most.“We’ve been able to have some big parties here. You can have 100-plus people and the house doesn’t feel filled up, thanks to the back doors opening right up,” she said.
Governor Tom Wolf has announced $2.7 million in new state investments to the Erie Western PA Port Authority designed to spur economic development through the Port of Erie.“These investments reflect my administration’s commitment to spurring the ongoing revitalization efforts in Erie and the growth of its economy,” Governor Wolf said. “We want to work closely with the Erie region to support its vision for future growth.”The funding will be utilized for multiple projects, which continue to support the maritime economy in northwestern Pennsylvania.“Erie’s port plays an important role in the state’s commerce and goods movement,” Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie S. Richards said. “This is another example of how transportation investment supports jobs and stimulates local economies.”Included in the funding is $1,600,000 for the reconstruction of the northern seawall on East Dobbins Landing. The most recent investments were made possible through PennDOT’s Multimodal Transportation Fund.
MercatorNet 9 October 2015At the age of 42, Walt Heyer was married and had two children. But he had felt for years that he was stuck in the wrong gender. So he fully transitioned and emerged as Laura Jensen. After living as a woman for eight years, he realised that he had made a terrible mistake. Now he has detransitioned back to his birth gender and provides encouragement to people who regret their gender change.MercatorNet: Bruce – now Caitlin – Jenner seems perfectly happy with his gender change. Doesn’t his experience prove that a gender change is possible?Walt Heyer: I was also “perfectly happy” with my gender change for about eight years. No one knows if Jenner will remain happy. It has been only a few months and he has had great financial benefit. When the cameras are no longer rolling and reality sets in, things could change very quickly for Jenner.MercatorNet: You have been very harshly criticised for your “transphobia” in the media. Does that trouble you?Walt Heyer: Name calling is hardly a good argument. When people call me names it says much more about them than it does me. The goal of the activists is to silence anyone who disagrees with their agenda.MercatorNet: Why don’t we hear much about people who have “detransitioned”, like yourself?Walt Heyer: There is an important reason. They are so ashamed and devastated about their mistake that they do not want to come forward.http://www.mercatornet.com/conjugality/view/the-pain-of-transgender-regret/16982
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MINOT, N.D. – Dakota Track Side gives special events awards to IMCA Modified and IMCA Sunoco Stock Car drivers this season, its 11th as a sponsor for the sanctioning body.The Minot, N.D., high performance parts retailer and fuel supplier gives $50 product certificates to designated place finishers at 30 Modified and 15 Stock Car specials. Those certificates are mailed after official race results are received at the IMCA home office.“We are pleased to be a partner with IMCA,” said Dakota Track Side’s Wyatt Olson. “They are a great association to be part of.”Dakota Track Side will have a trailer at approximately 60 events at North Dakota tracks over the course of 2018.Information about Dakota Track Side products and services, as well as the trailer travel schedule, is available by calling 701 852-7223, on Facebook and at the www.dakotatrackside.com website.“We are coming off a great Dakota Mod and Stock Car Tour and Dakota Track Side is a big partner with the special events that are a part of that tour,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “We’ll continue to highlight Modified and Stock Car special events all the way through the Duel In The Desert in November with support from our outstanding partners at Dakota Track Side.”
“I think they are going to be worried,” said Flanagan. “We put a marker down (at Old Trafford). I think we are ready to push on and keep going. “We all believe but our priority was top four at the start of the season. We are on track for that and anything else is a bonus. ” It’s always good when you see other teams around us getting beat. We saw the Chelsea result (losing at Aston Villa on Saturday) but we just concentrate on ourselves. “We are just taking it a game at a time and keeping our feet on the ground.” Liverpool’s defence has come in for criticism recently but have now had back-to-back clean sheets after conceding for five games in a row. “All the lads are working hard,” added Flanagan. “We have had a bit of criticism about our back four lately but we have been working hard in training and keeping it tight. Liverpool defender Jon Flanagan believes their title rivals cannot fail to be worried by the Reds’ challenge. A 3-0 victory at Manchester United on Sunday underlined their credentials to make a bid for a first championship since 1990, and afterwards captain Steven Gerrard insisted they are genuine contenders. Liverpool are four points behind leaders Chelsea with a match in hand, ahead of Arsenal on goal difference and two points in front of Manchester City, although Manuel Pellegrini’s side have played two matches fewer. Press Association “To keep clean sheets has been great for us and hopefully we can keep many more. “It’s not just the back four, it’s the whole team working hard in defending as well, so the manager has been working hard and we are just trying to put that in our game.” Manager Brendan Rodgers insists he has not banned his players from talking about a possible bid for the title. Rodgers has long played down the likelihood of his side winning a first league championship since 1990 and does not intend to start promoting their chances now, although he is happy for his players to use it for inspiration. “I’ve not banned it (talk of the title). We have better things to talk about,” he said. “It is about improving and getting better. I don’t lose sleep over it. “We are up there on merit so of course we have an opportunity. I didn’t say [we have] no chance. If you think we have a chance then write it. “I try to not expect so much and let the players do the talking. We try to remain dignified in our work and our players are doing all the talking. “We will focus on the next game against Cardiff. I think other teams will drop points – we may well drop points, we may not – but I can only look at our next game and I’ve done that since I walked through the door, and I’m not going to change.” Liverpool recorded their first victory at Old Trafford since 2009 and only their 16th league win on the ground in 118 years thanks to two Gerrard penalties and a late third from Luis Suarez.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 1, 2011 at 12:00 pm Comments The Syracuse women’s lacrosse team defeated Villanova 20-6 Sunday, earning a share for the regular-season Big East title along with Georgetown. Senior Tee Ladouceur led the Syracuse (10-7, 7-1 Big East) offense with a career-high eight points.The Orange also beat No. 5 Loyola 10-9 Friday. The game went into halftime deadlocked, but SU went on a 5-0 run to break it open. Loyola stormed back from a 10-5 deficit, but SU pulled out the one-goal victory. Syracuse defeated a ranked team for the first time in eight tries this season.The win capped off a strong finish to the regular season after a 3-6 start. The two wins over the weekend pushed Syracuse’s winning streak to five.The Orange begins play in the Big East tournament Thursday. SU is seeded second and will face Loyola in a rematch at 5:30 p.m. The winner of that game will face the winner of Georgetown vs. Notre Dame. The tournament champion earns an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. Syracuse is not guaranteed an at-large bid to the tournament.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSoftballThe Syracuse softball team swept Seton Hall over the weekend to tie the program record for wins in a season with 36. The Orange (36-11, 12-5 Big East) beat the Pirates (15-32, 3-19) 10-0 and 5-0 on Saturday and finished the sweep with an 8-0 victory Sunday. SU has now shut out its opponent in six straight games.Jenna Caira led the way in the circle again. The junior pitcher earned all three wins for the Orange. Sophomore Stacy Kuwik pitched six scoreless innings in relief on the weekend.SU scored eight runs in the first two innings to put the first game Saturday out of reach. Hallie Gibbs hit a two-run home run in the first inning. SU took advantage of two Seton Hall errors and came through with some big hits to score six runs in the second.Freshman Jasmine Watson and Gibbs powered the Orange offense on the day. Watson and Gibbs each hit two home runs and combined to drive in eight runs.The Orange broke out again in the second inning Sunday. After Veronica Grant was hit by a pitch to load the bases, Stephanie Watts hit a grand slam to cap a five-run inning. Morgan Nandin went 3-for-3 at the plate and drove in the team’s first run on a single that inning.Syracuse didn’t score again until the seventh inning when it added three more runs.With the sweep, SU has now won 12 of its last 13 games. The Orange returns home to play Niagara Wednesday before closing out the regular season with a three-game series against Louisville this weekend.TennisAfter defeating St. John’s 4-0 in the opening round of the Big East tournament, the Syracuse tennis team suffered a 4-1 loss to eventual runner-up South Florida on Friday.Freshman Aleah Marrow picked up SU’s only victory at the No. 6 singles position, winning 6-3, 6-3.Marrow was unable to secure a win in doubles play, however, falling with senior co-captain Simone Kalhorn at the No.2 spot 8-0. After senior co-captain Christina Tan and junior Alessondra Parra earned an 8-2 victory in the No.3 match, senior co-captain Emily Harman and freshman Maddie Kobelt dropped the deciding No. 1 bout 9-7.Harman and Tan also lost at the No. 1 and No.5 singles spots, falling 6-4, 6-3 and 6-1, 6-3, respectively. Kobelt lost the deciding match at the No. 3 slot, falling 2-6, 6-2, 6-2. Parra and Kalhorn, both trailing in their singles matches at the time, walked off the court mid-match.The Orange defeated Rutgers and Georgetown in consolation matches Sunday and Monday. SU posted 4-1 and 4-2 victories in the matches.With a victory against the Hoyas and an incomplete match against the Scarlet Knights, Marrow has won 10 consecutive completed singles matches.— Compiled by The Daily Orange Sports staff
Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Published on January 21, 2012 at 12:00 pm The Syracuse tennis team fell against a nationally ranked opponent on the road for the second straight weekend, losing 6-1 to No. 52 Texas Christian on Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas.The Horned Frogs’ (1-0) nationally ranked one-two punch at doubles quickly earned the hosts the doubles point. No. 31 Millie Nichols and Olivia Smith and No. 57 Federica Denti and Kelsey Sundaram defeated the Orange’s (0-2, 0-1 Big East) Emily Harman and Komal Safdar and Maddie Kobelt and Aleah Marrow respectively, each by a score of 8-2.Syracuse’s No. 3 doubles tandem of Alessondra Parra and Amanda Rodgers also came up on the wrong end of an 8-5 scoreline against Simona Parajova and Stefanie Tan.Trailing 1-0 entering the singles matches, the SU freshman Safdar was dropped by No. 114 Smith 6-0, 6-0 in the No. 2 singles match. Marrow then lost to TCU’s Denti 6-3, 6-0 at the No. 5 singles and Nichols clinched the match with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Kobelt in the No. 4 singles match.With Syracuse trailing 6-0 already, the SU senior Harman did garner a little consolation for the Orange. She defeated Tan, ranked 92nd nationally, 6-3, 5-7, 1-0 (10-5) to earn the Orange its lone point. It was her second match in a row against a nationally ranked opponent and her first win on the season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange resume conference play on Friday in its home opener against St. John’s at Drumlins Tennis Center at 6 p.m.—Compiled by Jacob Klinger, contributing writer, email@example.com
The big question that remains to be answered is whether or not England can claim a Grand Slam as they’ll be in Paris tonight to take-on France in an 8 o’clock kick-off.The opening match is in Cardiff where Wales will host wooden spoon winners Italy at half-past two.After that, the focus turns to Dublin where Ireland will look to finish the championship with back to back wins as they face Scotland at the Aviva Stadium. Ireland full-back Simon Zebo hopes that the team can build on their nine-try performance against Italy last Saturday.Kick-off at the Aviva Stadium is at 5pm.