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Boxing: Canelo Alvarez to potentially return to the ring on Dec.15

first_imgAdvertisement bx96NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7i5sWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) cwfWould you ever consider trying this?😱372vx7Can your students do this? 🌚66prweRoller skating! Powered by Firework Canelo Alvarez is coming off of the biggest win of his boxing career against the feared middleweight kingpin Gennady Golovkin who he beat via majority decision last week in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was undoubtedly the biggest fight of the year.Advertisement Canelo Alvarez changed his strategy from the first fight, staying away from the ropes and remaining in the middle of the ring with Golovkin. Alvarez’s counterpunching and bodywork impressed the judges more than Golovkin’s relentless, punishing jab.Advertisement However, ESPN reports that Canelo Alvarez will be back in the ring on December 15 in Las Vegas or New York. According to Canelo’s promoter Oscar De La Hoya, David Lemieux, and Jermall Charlo are the front-runners as the potential opponent for December 15.“We will get on a call and discuss it with Team Canelo and decide if he will fight on Dec. 15. That’s the date he would fight, but we don’t know the opponent yet,” De La Hoya said.Advertisement “There are plenty of choices,” De La Hoya said. “Once I get the green light [from Alvarez on Thursday] when we talk to him I will get moving. We’re going to talk to our partners at AEG and the MGM [who jointly own T-Mobile Arena] and explore other possibilities like New York and The Garden. You have to fight at The Garden sometime in your career. It’s where all the greats have fought.”It’s also worth noting that Canelo’s contract with HBO has expired and Oscar is also looking for potential networks to take his superstar fighter too.“I strongly feel HBO is going to be more committed [to boxing] than ever. Now with AT&T and the merger, we had AT&T people at the fight for a reason. Never count out the 800-pound gorilla,” De La Hoya said. “Maybe they’ve been on hiatus for a bit, but it’s understandable. They’ve been going through this merger and there are changes. So it’s understandable. We’ve been patient. We’ve had other outlets to turn to where we can stay above water and keep our fighters active like with our fights on Facebook and ESPN. So we’re managing. HBO is our family and they’re always going to have first and last, and they’ve always been good to us.”With an impressive win over Gennady Golovkin, the stock of Canelo Alvarez as the biggest draw in boxing since Floyd Mayweather has only increased and without a doubt, he is the biggest star in world boxing.Also Read-Asian Games: Vinesh Phogat wins historic GOLD medal for India (VIDEO)  Advertisementlast_img read more

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No action taken against Brown or Naismith after SFA review

first_imgThe trio have to be unanimous in deciding that a player should have been sent off. In both the Brown and Naismith cases, the former officials did not unanimously agree action should be taken. No action will be taken against Scott Brown or Steven Naismith over flashpoints in Hearts win over Celtic after incidents were reviewed at Hampden.The Celtic skipper and Hearts forward were involved in separate controversial incidents during the match at Tynecastle on Saturday. Brown was under scrutiny for an alleged “elbowing” incident, while Naismith was involved in a clash with Jonny Hayes and allegedly kicked out at the Celtic winger.The Scottish FA reviewed both incidents with a view to bringing a notice of complaint if red card offences were missed by the match referee.Under a new system, introduced this season after consultation over the past year, video evidence is reviewed by three former Category One referees.last_img read more

Sharon K. Garritson, 75, of Paoli

first_imgShe worked as a bookkeeper for the Orange County Hospital in Paoli, Indiana and retired as a assistant administrator of the hospital.She enjoyed collecting dolls and different types of salt and pepper shakers.She was a member of the Sundowner Bowling League and serve as the bookkeeper and she was a former member of the Si-O-Zi Sorority in Paoli, Indiana.Survivors include:1-Sister:Lisa Farmer and Troy Campbellsburg, INAlso surviving Sharon K. Garritson, are two nieces and one nephew and several great nieces and nephews that she just adored.Funeral Services will be 1:00 P.M. Wednesday June 13, 2018 at the Dillman-Scott Funeral Home with Ray Trinkle officiating. Interment will follow in the Paoli Community Cemetery.Visitation to be held Tuesday June 12, 2018 from 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. and from 9:00 A.M. until time of service on Wednesday at the Dillman-Scott Funeral Home, 226 West Campbell Street, Paoli, Indiana.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Diabetes Association or any Diabetes Association of your choice.Arrangements made by Dillman-Scott Funeral Home, 226 W. Campbell Street, Paoli, IN 47454.Online Condolences may be made at www.Dillman-Scott Funeral Home.com. Sharon K. Garritson, 75, of Paoli, Indiana passed away Wednesday June 6, 2018 at Paoli Health and Living in Paoli, Indiana. She was born on April 9, 1943 in Crawford County, IN to Wallace Stout and Frances Pauline (Mosson) Stout. She married Lavelle Garritson and he passed away in 1990.She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Lavelle, one half brother, Joseph Flick, two step-children, Mark Garritson and Stan Garritson.She graduated from Paoli High School and attended business college right after high school.last_img read more

Open enrollment for federal health insurance

first_imgEligibility for Advanced Premium Tax Credit Subsidies or APTCS is determined through the enrollment process at www.healthcare.gov. The state’s largest insurer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina has plans available in all 100 counties of the state.Outside the Open Enrollment period, North Carolinians who buy health insurance from Healthcare.gov under the ACA may enroll in an insurance plan only if they qualify for a special enrollment period due to life events, such as having or adopting a child, losing health coverage or moving to a different service area.To enroll in or change ACA health insurance policies for 2019, consumers may visit www.healthcare.gov.Also, consumer specialists within the N.C. Department of Insurance are available to answer any questions about health insurance during ACA Open Enrollment by calling 855.408.1212. Open Enrollment for the 2019 Federal Health Insurance Exchange begins Thursday, Nov. 1 and runs through Dec. 15 for coverage to start Jan. 1, 2019.last_img read more

Fraudster Deported for Role in $3M Credit Card Fraud; ID Theft Scheme

first_imgA Jersey City (New Jersey) man was deported as punishment for his role in a $3 million credit card fraud scheme where 14 people have been charged since 2015, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced.Four defendants were sentenced in Union County Superior Court yesterday, but Hassan Shahbaz, 46, of Jersey City, was deported after pleading guilty to first-degree charges of conspiracy and money laundering, the AG’s office revealed. He faced a recommended sentence of eight years in prison, with three years of parole ineligibility, but he was deported prior to sentencing. Meanwhile, Aqeel Sheikh, 58, of Newark, was sentenced to… Hudson County View Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

New Jersey ~ Personal Income Tax: Refund and Interest Compelled in Lottery Winnings Case

first_imgCCH Tax Day ReportThe New Jersey Tax Court granted the taxpayers’ motion for a judgment reversing the Director of the Division of Taxation’s final determinations and compelling the refund of gross (personal) income tax, plus interest, paid by the taxpayers on 2009 lottery winnings. The Director had argued for a stay of any refunds until all claims alleged by taxpayers were resolved. In an earlier decision (TAXDAY 2016/09/29, S.21), the court had dismissed the Director’s motion to dismiss the taxpayers’ claims. However, that court order did not specifically reverse the Director’s final determinations denying the taxpayers’ refund claims. That order also did not expressly compel the Director to refund any amount to taxpayers. The case involves taxation of lottery winnings from a prize awarded on or after January 1, 2009 but before June 29, 2009. Seven taxpayers, along with three coworkers, won the New Jersey Lottery on March 3, 2009. They chose to receive a lump sum payment. After the prize winnings were split ten ways, each taxpayer received approximately $14 million. At the time the taxpayers purchased the lottery ticket the state did not imposes its income tax on New Jersey lottery winnings. The fact that these winnings were not subject to New Jersey gross income tax was advertised in the Lottery’s brochures and on its website. A few months after the taxpayers claimed their lottery prize, a bill was introduced in the New Jersey Legislature amended the statute to say that New Jersey Lottery “winnings from a prize in an amount exceeding $10,000 shall be included in gross income”. The bill was enacted into law on June 29, 2009, and provided that the amendment “shall take effect immediately and apply to taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2009”. In the previous order, the court found the square corners doctrine precluded the assessment of New Jersey gross income tax on the taxpayers’ lottery winnings from a prize awarded on or after January 1, 2009 but before June 29, 2009.In this decision, the court found there had been no failure on the part of the Director to comply with the court’s order. Although New Jersey rule R. 1:10-3 addresses civil contempt, the New Jersey Supreme Court has interpreted it as one designed to provide relief to litigants, whether or not a party had willfully violated a court order. New Jersey statute, N.J.S.A. 54A:9-10, provides in subsection (a) that a taxpayer whose request for a refund of gross income tax is denied by the Director may seek review of the Director’s decision in accordance with the State Uniform Tax Procedure Law. Under subsection (c), the statute states that this type of appeal is the “exclusive remedy available to any taxpayer for review of a decision of the director with respect to the determination of the liability of the taxpayer” for gross income tax. Subsection (d) then stated “if the amount of a deficiency determined by the director is disallowed in whole or in part, the amount so disallowed shall be credited or refunded to the taxpayer, without the making of claim therefore, or, if payment has not been made, shall be abated.” Thus, the court found that nothing in (d) provided that a court awarded refund of gross income tax was not effective until final judgment was entered or until any appeal, should one ultimately be filed, was fully resolved.The court further stated that it was plain that the New Jersey Legislature established protections for a taxpayer challenging an assessment of gross income tax. Whether in the context of an administrative appeal before the Director, or a judicial appeal in the Tax Court, collection of an assessment of gross income tax was, in effect, stayed until a final determination of the taxpayer’s liability. The Legislature, however, enacted no statutory provision effectively staying the award of a refund of gross income tax when a judicial determination had been made in favor of the taxpayer. The court concluded that the Legislature, having enacted detailed statutory provisions staying an assessment of gross income tax when the assessment was challenged by a taxpayer, was aware that a taxpayer might also challenge the denial of a gross income tax refund request, and enacted no statute staying the award of a refund until final judgment was entered. The court also considered the Director’s cross-motion for a stay and concluded that under Crowe v. De Gioia, 90 N.J. 126, 133 (1982) a stay was not warranted.Harrington v. Director, Division of Taxation, and State of New Jersey, Department of Treasury, Division of State Lottery, New Jersey Tax Court, Nos. 009529-2011, 000622-2011, 007022-2011, 007023-2011, 007024-2011, 007025-2011, 007027-2011, 007052-2011, December 13, 2016, ¶402-019last_img read more

Making a difference: Freelancers volunteer in their local communities

first_imgMany freelancers choose to work independently because they want to live more balanced lives. They make time for family and cultural pursuits, but many are also committed to making a difference in their communities by organizing for social change.Because freelancers often understand the importance of balance, creativity, and worker ownership in their own businesses and lives, they organize with other Quiet Revolutionaries to become a positive force in supporting artists, small businesses, and sustainable environments. We mapped these organizations on our Quiet Revolutionary map, here.If you volunteer at one such organization or know of one in your community, please take the time to put it on the map!Organizing for worker fairnessNot only must we be good, but we must also be good for something. ~Henry David ThoreauAs freelancers, we know what a big difference ownership makes.When we worked for big corporations, it often felt like the profit of our time and labor went to some investor or firm or person we’d never met, often through channels we didn’t understand. Now we own businesses and know where the money goes. We know how empowering it feels to own the profits of our work.We should support organizations across the country that help low-wage workers organize to form worker cooperatives, leading to wage increases and better working conditions, like The Center for Family Life in Sunset Park, Brooklyn (on the Quiet Revolutionary map!), which incubates local worker co-ops.Organizing for art in our communitiesWe cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future. ~Franklin Delano RooseveltThe majority of freelancers are creative professionals, so it’s natural that they’d have an interest in supporting local artists and arts education.Yankton Area Arts in Yankton, South Dakota is an organization that gives art classes for the local kids because local schools don’t teach art. They also host an annual arts festival.Organizations like Yankton Area Arts demonstrate the power of people coming together to fill gaps in their communities and support the next generation of freelance illustrators / artists / entrepreneurs.Thanks to Jessi Koch for mapping Yankton Area Arts on our map. If you know a business that is supporting local artists or art education, show your support by adding it to the map.Organizing for environmental sustainabilityWe won’t have a society if we destroy the environment. ~Margaret MeadFreelancers are interested in more that their next gig. As creative, forward-thinking people, they understand that a sustainable economy and a sustainable environment can’t be separated.The organization Ecotrust is an incubator and investor in small businesses and nonprofits who provide “innovative solutions to environmental and social issues.” They’ve supported efforts to bring local fresh food to schools, give grants to organizations that clean up local watersheds, and more. They also host community events and serve as a hub for sustainable businesses in in the Pacific Northwest.You can find Ecotrust on our map.Support the revolutionOne day spent at the local community art center or with your local environmental advocacy group makes you a Quiet Revolutionary. We are changing the way our economy works by living our values — whether it be in the form of environmental action, supporting arts education, women-owned businesses, or another worthy cause.Freelancers often make up the core set of volunteers in local community and non-profit organizations. If you want to get involved in a local non-profit you believe is supporting your community or independent workers, you should add it to our Quiet Revolutionary map.last_img read more