After delivering a crushing set at this year’s Jazz Fest, The Who have announced that they have to postpone the next three dates of their The Who Hits 50! tour. Roger Daltrey is reportedly battling swollen vocal cords and was advised to remain on vocal rest for the week.The scheduled performances that will be affected are Kansas City, St. Louis and Louisville. Rescheduled show dates will be announced shortly and we’ll be sure to keep you posted. Tickets for the postponed shows will be honored on the new dates.The Who is still scheduled to hit Queens’ Forest Hills Stadium on May 30th. Check out a clip from their Jazz Fest Weekend One Saturday closing set.
“I believe that there were some system failures that were certainly beyond his pay grade, and that he simply did not have the authority to make decisions or not make decisions,” Bahnken said. There was also an investigation into sanitation workers responsible for keeping streets plowed, a factor that created mayhem for ambulances and fire trucks during the blizzard, the report said. Delays in response times have been linked to at least three deaths, the newspaper said. The chief of New York City’s emergency medical services has been demoted because of the quality of service during last month’s snow storm, officials said. Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano said in a statement John Peruggia was going to be moved to an as-yet undetermined position in the fire department, The New York Times reported Thursday. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said last week he was “extremely dissatisfied with the way our emergency response systems performed.” Patrick Bahnken, president of the Uniformed EMT’s, Paramedics and Fire Inspectors FDNY, told the Times Peruggia was unfairly being singled out.
Laura Guy’s defeat of 20 year incumbent Craig Denny means there will be a new president of the Shawnee Mission Board of Education. She watched the final election results come in Tuesday night with members of the group Education First Shawnee Mission in downtown Overland Park.Shawnee Mission patrons headed to the polls Tuesday and delivered a crystal clear message to the district’s central office: It’s time for a big change.Register to continue
Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council and Trafford Economic Alliance have hired CBRE as part of a consortium including development specialists EKOS and consultancies URBED and WSP to work on an masterplan for the area. The 20-year project will be funded by the North West Development Agency. Nick Mullins, investment director at CBRE, said: ‘Currently Trafford Park is best known as being Greater Manchester’s industrial capital. This project, however, will look at what we can do to keep industrial and distribution business in the area, while making best use of the area’s fantastic cultural and leisure assets.’
NOFA president Ricky Yanson said he was happy with the outcome of the inaugural edition of the tournament and plans to repeat it next year.“This program helped NOFA in promoting football in our province as well as encouraged our young grassroots to stay in sports and achieve academically,” Yanson said. “It’s a great learning process to have this kind of tournament with every LGU’s (local government unit) involvement in hosting and showcasing their homegrown talents.”STI-WNU SHINES IN NOPSSCEA FOOTBALLSTI-West Negros University Junior Mustangs retained the secondary boys football title in Nopsscea Season 38 after a 6-0 win over University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos Junior Rams at the Santa Maria Football Field in Talisay City.Leading the way for the Ian Combate-mentored Junior Mustangs were Bryant John Alianza and Zakary Josh Lacson with 2 goals each while Rolevan Valderama and team skipper Adonis Abramm Abela delivered a goal each.Meanwhile, Don Bosco Technical Institute-Victorias salvaged the third place after defeating University of St. La Salle in the consolation match./PN The Bago City Football Club. PHOTO FROM JUSTIN VILLAN / FACEBOOK BAGO City FC captured the 2018 Negros First NOFA Youth Football Provincial Championship title after a 2-1 victory over University of St. La Salle at the Ceres North Football Field in Talisay City, Negros Occidental.Most Valuable Player awardee Jerome Aligora led Bago City’s attack with two conversions while Best Defender Christian Suarez and Best Goalkeeper Justin Villan did just enough to carry the defense for the winning team.Joshua Limco and Luis Henares – the match’s Best Striker and Best Midfielder, respectively – carried the fight for the USLS-Integrated School from eliminations all the way to their finals stint on Oct. 7.Villa Angela FC, meanwhile, captured the third place as it survived Sagay City FC on a 5-3 result off the penalty shootout following a 2-all draw in the regulation.