Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Paul PorriniA Medford man was killed and four others were injured in Bohemia Saturday morning in a five-car crash involving a driver allegedly impaired by drugs, Suffolk County police said.The victim, 44-year-old Christopher White, was riding his motorcycle when the crash occurred. He was transported to Southside Hospital in Bay Shore where he was pronounced dead, police said. Four others suffered non-life-threatening injuries and have already been treated and released.Police charged a 55-year-old Selden man, Paul Porrini, with driving while ability impaired by drugs after he allegedly blew a red light on westbound Veterans Memorial Highway just after 7 a.m. and crashed a 2007 Chevrolet Express van into four vehicles, including White’s motorcycle, police said.Porrini is being held overnight at the Fifth Precinct, police said, and will be arraigned Sunday at First District Court in Central Islip.Police said the investigation is continuing. Investigators are asking anyone with information on the crash to contact Vehicle Crime Unit detectives at 631-852-6555 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
The souvenir should be a reflection of the continuity of the artistic, cultural, cultural-historical or traditional heritage of the City and the island of Korčula, ie present its tangible, intangible or natural heritage. According to the public invitation, the Tourist Board of the City of Korcula will buy at the wholesale price the souvenir with the highest number of points from each of the 5 categories in the amount of HRK 3.000,00, while the Tourist Board of the City of Korcula will use the souvenirs to promote the City of Korcula. At the 15th session of the Tourist Council of the Tourist Board of the City of Korčula, a decision was made to publish a public call for applications for souvenirs of the City of Korčula in 2020 – “Certified Korčula Souvenir”. You can find the text of the public invitation HERE, and download the application form HERE. Source / photo: Korčula Tourist Board; The town of Korcula The goals of this project are the promotion of the City and the island of Korcula, encouraging the development of new products and ideas based on the tradition of the City and the island and local production. Furthermore, encouraging the creation of a common identity through the development of new souvenirs of the island of Korcula and increasing the visibility of the city and the island through positive activities.
Syracuse (14-16, 9-9 Atlantic Coast) failed to get a win on the road this weekend, losing at Clemson (14-14, 8-9) on Friday in four sets followed by a five-set loss to Georgia Tech (12-18, 6-12) on Sunday.On Friday, the Orange lost the first set after Clemson won 11 points in a row to gain a 13-4 and eventually won the first set, 25-16. The Orange worked its way to a 23-22 lead in the second, but dropped three points in a row to lose the set.Syracuse rode an 11-4 run in the third set to pull out a 25-21 win, but in the fourth Silvi Uattara, who finished with team-high 18 kills for the Orange along with 14 digs, couldn’t quite lead a final comeback. Three straight kills brought the score to 24-23, but a Moneshia Simmons kill won the match for the Tigers.On Sunday, the Orange lost the first set to Georgia Tech 25-20, but came back to win the next two sets 25-21 and a dominating 25-13 to take a 2-1 advantage.In the fourth set, the Orange grabbed a 20-18 lead, but lost the next five points and eventually lost the set 25-23. In the deciding fifth set, Syracuse grabbed a 12-11 lead, but Georgia Tech won four of the next five points to claim the match.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textUattara also had a double-double against the Yellow Jackets, with 18 kills and 12 digs. Fellow outside hitter Nicolette Serratore had a double-double in both matches this weekend, as well, finishing with 18 kills and 11 digs on Sunday and 14 kills and 12 digs on Friday.—Compiled by Ryan Raigrodski, staff writer, email@example.com Comments Published on November 24, 2013 at 8:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+