Previous articleScrap over old Indiana gay marriage ban derails popular billNext articleTests show Porter County patient does not have coronavirus Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications. Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Google+ IndianaNews Pinterest Facebook Twitter By Associated Press – February 2, 2020 0 239 Ex-boyfriend accused of killing woman targeted in November WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest (Photo supplied) HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — A northwest Indiana man who was set free on bond on attempted murder charges is accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend, who he allegedly previously attempted to kill.Hammond police say Charles Goforth is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Sylvia Williams.A relative on Wednesday found the 55-year-old Williams dead in her mobile home. Goforth was charged with attempted murder for shooting Williams on Nov. 1.He was freed on a $7,945 bond and a judge allowed him to return home to Independence, Missouri, where he was arrested Thursday.
Related At the end of July, ASICS opened an innovative new performance store in Paris that offers consumers the latest in premium shopping experiences, thanks to ‘a brand new retail design concept and the latest in high-tech shoe selection services.’The 590 square metre store is the first ASICS performance store in France – the Japanese company’s main European market – and will feature the brand’s complete running collection alongside sports performance categories including rugby and tennis, and the new ‘Training’ category.For the first time, the store will also sell merchandise from ASICS sponsored rugby team, Stade Français, in a rugby specific environment.Located at 6 Rue d’Amsterdam in Paris, close to Saint-Lazare railway station, the concept store will be the first to pilot ASICS’ brand new visual merchandising concept, which uses ‘completely new retail fittings specifically designed to display performance products from different sports in a more consumer friendly manner.’Specific colours and materials will be used to signpost product more clearly, in order to highlight the relationship between the brand’s footwear, apparel, running and core performance sports – all with the aim of providing consumers with a premium and cohesive shopping experience.Pioneering innovation, the new Paris performance store will feature ASICS’ updated FOOT ID service – ‘MOTION ID’ – the first of its kind in shoe-selection services.ASICS MOTION ID is the latest shoe-selection service which uses a series of high-tech motion sensors to capture a consumer’s natural posture and style of movement when running. Based on this personalised data, MOTION ID then evaluates the consumer’s impact during running as well as their pronation movement and heel-shank coupling in different running shoes.By objectively comparing the efficiency of consumers running styles in certain shoes, it allows ASICS staff to decide on the best running shoe for them based on the optimal level of medial support, flexibility and cushioning required.Alistair Cameron, CEO of ASICS Europe said, “We are delighted to announce the opening of our first performance store in Paris, featuring our latest innovations. France is a key strategic market for ASICS as we look to cement our position as the number one brand in performance running and tennis, and build on our core-performance sports offering in the French market.”He added, “As a leading sports performance brand, it’s important to offer the latest in retail experiences and offer our consumers premium services to help them select the best products for their individual needs.”www.asics.com
358 Views one comment Share LocalNews New director of telecoms appointed by: – June 5, 2013 Bennette Thomas who hails from Massacre replaces Sylvester Cadette who served in that capacity for ten years.A Dominican who was absent from the island for ten years has returned and is the new telecommunications director as of 1st June.Bennette Thomas who hails from Massacre replaces Sylvester Cadette who served in that capacity for ten years. Mr Cadette is now the ITU duty station officer at the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) based in Barbados.Mr Thomas’ appointment was announced by Information, Telecommunications and Constituency Empowerment Minister Ambrose George during a live interview with DBS Radio on Wednesday morning (5th June).He described Mr Thomas as a very dedicated telecommunications analyst and network operations specialist who has 25 years experience in the sector.“We have selected a person who we believe can continue on the works that Mr Sylvester Cadette for the past fifteen years had achieved…We expect him to perform creditably based on his credentials,” Mr George said. According to the Minister, Mr Thomas has worked in various senior management capacities in telecommunications on and also has experience in the area of network management traffic.“ICT forms an important part in the development of every country and Dominica is no exception to that,” Mr Thomas told members of the press on Wednesday. However, he indicated Dominicans have not fully embraced or even obtained the benefits that are within the sector.“ICT can do a lot for the country and we are intending to show that the citizens of the country are going to benefit fully and the government is going to work in its full capacity to ensure at least that every citizen has access to that kind of technology and my role is just to facilitate that process,” he said.Mr Thomas indicated that he is very happy to return home after ten years and is certain that “with the experience that I have, I am going to help contribute towards the development of the country”. Mr Thomas holds a master’s certification in focus application development, a master’s certification in advanced data base reporting and also studied electrical engineering at the University of Technology in Jamaica.He was also very instrumental in the pioneering of the liberalizing of the telecommunications industry in Dominica in the battle between Marpin Telecoms as it was then called and Cable and Wireless, now LIME Dominica.Prior to migrating, Mr Thomas worked at Cable and Wireless Dominica, Marpin Telecoms, Digicel Dominica, Digicel St Lucia, Tele-Barbados Incorporated and Island Com Telecommunications.He is the brother of Dr Robertson Thomas, Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Reginald Thomas and Clarkson Thomas in Cuba.Dominica Vibes News Tweet Share Share Sharing is caring!
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