Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netEmilio Aguinaldo College is determined to end its season on a winning note despite missing another trip to the Final Four.And so far, the Generals have been on a mini resurgence after racking up two straight victories over Final Four contender College of St. Benilde on Friday and Arellano University on Tuesday.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Kevin Durant ‘at home’ with Warriors, but undecided on future Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “From the start of the season my goal is to help the team win as many games as possible,” said Garcia, who also aims to end his NCAA playing career on a high.“We lost many games to begin the season but giving up is not a option for me and I will do my best to help us win.”Garcia did just that against the Chiefs, firing 25 points, 17 coming in the first half where the Generals built a 48-30 halftime lead.He also collected six rebounds and five assists as EAC improved to 4-11, just half a game behind Arellano and San Sebastian, who are currently tied for sixth place.“We already won two straight but I’m sure every practice we’re going to give more than 100 percent because we want to keep winning,” Garcia said. “Our confidence is really high right now.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments “I’m already seeing my players’ desire to win,” said EAC head coach Ariel Sison in Filipino after his team’s 78-70 win over the Chiefs. “Hopefully, we can keep winning, we still have three games left.”READ: Generals post back-to-back wins, oust ChiefsFEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissThe Generals wrap up their season against Mapua, University of Perpetual Help and Jose Rizal University and they’re eyeing no less than a three-game sweep.Guard Jerome Garcia, who is in his final year, said Emilio Aguinaldo College is upbeat with momentum on its side heading into the final stretch.
A Wakenaam, Essequibo Island, businessman was shot and killed on Tuesday, after two bandits attempted to rob him of his bag. The incident occurred sometime around 11:05h on Alexander Street, between Regent and Robb Streets, Georgetown.Dead is 26-year-old Mahendra Persaud, called “Amar”, of Lot 22 Good Success, Wakenaam. The man, who ran his family-owned supermarket, got married in February.Investigators at the scene following Tuesday’s shootingDead: Businessman Mahendra PersaudGuyana Times understands that Persaud was on his weekly trip to Georgetown to get goods for the business and was in the front passenger seat in the parked vehicle along with his driver on Alexander Street in front of the Torginol building, when two men road up alongside him on a CG motorcycle.As he was existing the vehicle, one of the men whom was armed demanded that he hand over the bag which contained a large sum of money; however, Persaud put up resistance. A struggle then ensued between the businessman and the bandit during which Persaud was shot.The 26-year-old fell to the ground but held on to the bag as the armed man continued his attempt to relieve him of it. At this point, a licensed firearm holder who was in the area pulled out his weapon and went to Persaud’s aid. However, the bandit saw the armed man approaching and let go of the bag, and began running.Further information revealed that as the bandit was running in the direction of Robb Street, the licensed firearm holder opened fire in his direction. There was an exchange of gunfire between the two men during which the bandit was reportedly hit. Nevertheless, the injured bandit managed to escape as his accomplice was waiting at the corners of Robb and Alexander Streets.On the other hand, as gunshots ran out, the driver of a car that was approaching the scene reportedly panicked and ran over Persaud, who was lying at the corner of the road. The injured businessman was picked up by his driver and immediately rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival (DoA).Persaud reportedly sustained three gunshot wounds, one to his neck and two others to his chest.Meanwhile, at the Georgetown Public Hospital, the young man’s aunt,Dr Koushilyia Persaud, who is a staff at the medical facility, related that she was informed of the shooting by their driver and immediately rushed to Accident and Emergency (A&E) Unit where her worst fears were confirmed.The woman said that her nephew’s parents separated, so he grew up with her and her parents. “He and his younger brother were brought up by my parents and so we are all very close… I can’t believe that he is gone… he used to come visit me every time he is in town and would bring me lunch,” the grieving woman lamented.The aunt described the 26-year-old as a friendly, non-confrontational, funny and helpful young man who just began life, having got married just two months ago.Back home in Wakenaam, the news of Persaud’s death spread, leaving relatives and friends shocked and dumbfounded. Persons began gathering at his home to extend condolences to his family. The man’s friends even blocked off the street in front of his home with motorcycles and vehicles as they mourned his untimely demise.They described him as a very independent and consoling friend who is always willing to lend a helping hand to whomever is in need. Many persons even took to social media on Persaud’s facebook page, expressing their shock and sympathy over his sudden death.According to Police reports, the bag that Persaud had in his possession was recovered and handed over to relatives. The Police also revealed in a statement that a man was seen attempting to change the number plate of the vehicle that had run over the Wakenaam businessman. He has since been arrested and told investigators that he is a mechanic who was asked to replace the number plate by the owner. The car has been impounded.The Police said they are yet to arrest the driver of the car. Nevertheless, Head of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Wendell Blanhum told Guyana Times that they are looking for an individual who is known to the Police.The Crime Chief disclosed that investigators were able to obtain CCTV footage from the area and were able to identify one of the suspects. Investigations are continuing.
A 24-year-old man of Bath Settlement, West Coast Berbice (WCB), lost his life following an accident on Sunday evening at the Number 42 Village Public Road, WCB.Dead: Latchman HansrajDead is Latchman Hansraj called “Kevin”. Reports are the young man was on his way home from a horsing event when the accident occurred.According to the police, Hansraj was riding motorcycle CJ 5154 at a fast rate of speed when he collided with 19-year-old Franyelys Rondon of Lot 78 Plantation Washington. The police stated that Hansraj fell onto the road and received injuries while the motorbike continued sliding and collided with a motorcar, which was parked on the northern parapet.Both Hansraj and Rondon were picked up and rushed to the Fort Wellington Hospital, where Hansraj was pronounced dead on arrival while Rondon was treated and sent away.The accident occurred at about 23:00h on Sunday. The graphic designer left home at about 13:00h to attend a horseracing event.His cousin, Bridgepaul Hansraj, said it was the police who informed the family of the accident.“The police told us that he fell with the bike and the bike fell and skate away about one hundred and fifty feet and hit a car. They told us that he suffered head injuries and the police took him to the hospital but when they reached, he was already dead,” the cousin stated.He said when he saw his cousin, his face was covered in blood and a laceration to the top right side was visible along with a wound to his left leg.A helmet was found on the road next to Hansraj after he fell from the motorbike.Bridgepaul referred to his cousin as a very quiet person, saying that he did not speak much. “He would go out with his friends and lime,” he said. Two years ago, Hansraj’s father died. Now he leaves two brothers and his mother to mourn.
“I am not worried at all that we might end up in relegation. We have only played 13 matches and there are 21 more games to go. We are only three points off safety and I am pretty sure things will stabilize soon,” the tactician told Capital Sport after their match against Bandari.The club started the season slow following tough financial times, but a recent takeover by city politician Francis Mureithi breathed a new lease of life and they hope his coming will aid them back up the standings.Nakumatt FC defender Eugene Ambulwa clears under pressure from Bandari’s Shabaan Kenga during their Kenyan Premier League match on April 29, 2018 in Machakos. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“Despite the fact that we have finally found a sponsor, there are things that are yet to take shape. It is those small small details that are still keeping us shaken but once everything settles down, we will be okay,” the tactician noted.He added; “Since the season began, this is the only week that we have trained consistently throughout and we have been forced to do double sessions to cover up for the lost time. This cannot take effect now but later on in the season,” the tactician noted.With no mid-season break as the league starts the process of conforming its calendar to the European format, Mwangi hopes his side can start picking results early enough and build up.Their next assignment will be against Zoo Kericho on Sunday.-Bandari third-Meanwhile, Bandari strengthened their hold on third spot following the win over Nakumatt and head coach Ken Odhiambo believes it is a process of getting the team ticking.Bandari FC coach ken Odhiambo remonstrates on the touchline during their Kenyan Premier League match against Nakumatt on April 29, 2018 in Machakos. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe dockers have picked seven points off their last three assignments and Odhiambo is pleased with the run, hoping that they maintain it till the final day of the season.“At this moment, the most important thing for us is getting the team together because we have so many new players, almost 80 percent. We are not concentrating on the position we want to finish but looking at improving how we play,” Odhiambo noted.Despite winning against Nakumatt, Odhiambo wasn’t impressed with the performance of his side but he hopes they can improve over the next few games.“We played 60pc well and despite winning I was not happy with how many things went. Our passing wasn’t very good and decision making in the final third wasn’t good as well,” the coach noted.Bandari are only two points behind second placed Mathare who raced from a goal down to draw 2-2 with leaders Gor Mahia in the late kick off at the Kenyatta Stadium on Sunday.-Kimanzi pleased-Mathare United head coach Francis Kimanzi gives a thumbs up during his Kenyan Premier League match against Gor Mahia on April 29, 2018 in Machakos. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluHead coach Francis Kimanzi was pleased with the fighting spirit exhibited by his players especially after back to back losses and he hopes the point can inspire them back to their early season form.“If you get a point against a team you are close to on the log you appreciate. I think it is good that we have the belief. We lost against Wazito but that is a match we were robbed. This is a match we know that we got what we worked for,” the experienced coach said.He added; “It is motivating that after we drop six points on the third match you get a point, then maybe in the fourth game something better happens.”Mathare are three points behind leaders Gor Mahia who have two matches at hand. Kimanzi believes they can push to challenge for the crown though he reiterates it is not a priority to them after merely surviving relegation last term.-Matano masterstroke-In other results from this weekend, Robert Matano picked up a second consecutive win in charge of Tusker FC as the brewers beat Sony Sugar 3-2 at Ruaraka.Tusker FC head coach Robert Matano (right) confers with his assistant Charles Okore during their Kenyan Premier League match against Wazito on April 25, 2018 At Camp Toyoyo. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluTusker had blown away a 2-0 lead with Sony tying the match at 2-2 but Boniface Muchiri scored against his former side in the 89th minute of the game to hand Matano a win.The shock result of the weekend however came in the late kick off at the same venue when Wazito FC stunned title chasing Sofapaka 1-0 via a Piston Mutamba goal.Wazito have managed to steady their ship on their debut in the top flight league and the win over Sofapaka will be a huge morale booster for the debutants.KPL weekend resultsSaturday: AFC Leopards 2-2 Vihiga United.Sunday: Thika United 0-3 Nzoia Sugar FC, Tusker 3-2 Sony Sugar FC, Sofapaka 0-1 Wazito , Posta Rangers 0-0 Kariobangi Sharks, Ulinzi Stars 2-0 Chemelil Sugar , Nakumatt 1-2 Bandari FC, Mathare United 2-2 Gor Mahia.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Nakumatt FC head coach Anthony Mwangi shares words with midfielder Clinton Kiziavuki during their Kenyan premier League match against bandari on April 29, 2018 in Machakos. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 30- Nakumatt FC head coach Anthony Mwangi is not worried about the club’s future in the Kenyan Premier League despite a run of 10 winless matches that culminated in their 2-1 home loss at the hands of Bandari FC on Sunday.Nakumatt sit at the foot of the standings with a paltry seven points off 13 matches having won only once this season, beating Nzoia Sugar by a solitary goal in Bungoma on February 17.
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This week, the eyes of the pupils of The Little Angels School in Letterkenny lit up with huge excitement when they were presented with four brand new bikes.The gifts were donated to the special school by Arthur McMahon from The Donegal Oil Foundation and Terence Diver from Divers Hyundai this week so that pupils could #haveago at cycling in their school playground.Last April, Arthur McMahon, Terence Diver and Barry Foley took part as a three person relay team in The Race which is a 250 km unsupported endurance event across the rugged landscape of North West Donegal. The 3 lads completed it as part of Team Donegal Oil. Terence Diver very kindly put up a prize of a drive in the passenger seat of Eugene Donnelly’s Hyundai i20R5 Rally Car in the hope that people could would donate to their chosen charity, The Little Angels School and whoever entered had the chance of winning this amazing opportunity at the same time.The money raised went towards purchasing these four bikes locally from LK Bikes, which were delivered to The Little Angels School this week.The Donegal Oil Foundation presenting four bikes to the Little Angels School in LetterkennySpeaking on behalf of the school, Angela Keane said “We are absolutely delighted to receive these gifts from the Donegal Oil Foundation and as you have seen from the look on the children’s faces they were super excited.“We would like to thank Arthur McMahon from The Donegal Oil Foundation and Terence Diver from Divers Hyundai along with Gavin and Mark from LK Bikes and to everyone who thought of our school when they were fundraising through their Team Donegal Oil event. “Our children will look forward to taking on board the #haveago ethos and form their own little cycling club in the school now.”Arthur McMahon, Founder of the Donegal Oil Foundation said, “Just seeing the eyes and faces of the kids today when they saw the bikes makes everything that Team Donegal Oil and the Donegal Oil Foundation do so worthwhile.“We have so much more to give to local charities, schools and clubs just like this on an ongoing basis and I would like to thank everyone who helped make this possible including Terence Diver from Divers Hyundai who not only took part with Barry Foley and myself in the Race but donated the prize to enable us to raise money to purchase the bikes.”Little Angels get ‘wheelie’ wonderful donations from the Donegal Oil Foundation was last modified: July 30th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:charityLittle Angels SchoolPresentationThe Donegal Oil foundation
LAGHEY PROBE: A ten week Garda investigation into the disappearance of up to €15,000 of customers’ savings at Laghey village Post Office has ended. A file is being prepared for the DPP.DANIEL MEETS ANN: Bride-to-be Ann O’Sullivan got more than she bargained for on her way to marry fiance Paul Gallagher in Kincasslagh at the weekend. Her wedding car ended up getting caught in the Donegal Shore Festival Crowd…and she ended up meeting Daniel O’Donnell.OIL SPILLAGE: Motorists are being warned to slow down on the Mount Errigal back road between Gaoth Dobhair and Letterkenny following an oil spill overnight. SCHOOL OPEN: More than 350 excited pupils have taken to their new desks and the spanking new Finn Valley College today.JOBS SEMINAR: Buncrana councillor Ciaran McLaughlin is hoping to hold a jobs seminar in the town to help tackled the massive unemployment in the area.DONEGAL NEWS IN BRIEF….DONEGAL NEWS IN BRIEF was last modified: September 5th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
NEWSLETTER Sunday 7th April 2013This afternoon, Sunday 7th April, we will have a Eucharistic Liturgy to mark the end of the Divine Mercy Novena which began on Good Friday from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. We welcome everyone to come and join with us to mark the Feast of Divine Mercy, even if you have not done the Novena.3 O’CLOCK PRAYER You expired Jesus, but the source of life gushed forth for souls and an ocean of Mercy opened up for the whole world. O Fount of Life, unfathomable Divine Mercy, envelop the whole world and empty Yourself out upon us. O Blood and Water which gushed forth from the Heart of Jesus as a Fount of Mercy for us, I trust in you.The Divine Mercy Prayer Group in our Parish, meet in the Cathedral or Cathedral Crib Room on a Tuesday evening at 8 pm. Everyone is welcome to come along. The Apostolate of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration will hold its FIRST ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK on Saturday 20th April from 10 am to 5 pm. All Adorers are invited to gather at Knock Shrine in celebration of the Year of Faith. This will be a day of prayer with Mass, Benediction, Blessing of the Sick, Adoration, Eucharistic Procession, Confessions and special Workshops for young people. The Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Charles Bishop will be the chief celebrant. A bus will leave St. Eunan’s Cathedral Car Park at 8.30 am. Tickets for the bus are €20. Booking is essential. Please contact 086 -3074435 or 086 – 0630729.SUNDAY 7th AprilMasses ~ 8 am, 10 am, 12 noon, 5 pm (Polish) and 6.30 pmBaptisms in the Cathedral – 1.30 pmSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is open at 1 pmDivine Mercy Eucharistic Liturgy in the Cathedral from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pmAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pm AA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmMONDAY 8th April8 am Mass ~ Elizabeth Keane and Deceased Family Members10 am Mass ~ Duncan, Celina and Peggy Barclay 7.30 pm Mass ~ Patsy FerrySt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openCONFESSIONS: After the 7.30 pm MassGrow Meeting in Loreto Convent – 8 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pm John MullenTUESDAY 9th April8 am Mass ~ See Mass Intentions on the next page10 am Mass ~ ®7.30 pm Mass ~ Special IntentionSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openLegion of Mary Meeting: Conference Room – After 10 am MassLegion of Mary Meeting: Room 112, Loreto Secondary School – 7 pmBaptism Preparation in the Parochial House on Tuesday 16th April at 8 pmDivine Mercy Prayer Group in the Crib Room – 8 pmAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmGamblers’ Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmWEDNESDAY 10th April8 am Mass ~ Special Intention10 am Mass ~ James and Paddy Doherty7.30 pm Mass ~ Maura and Laurence MaguireSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openMother’s Prayer Group Meeting in Loreto Convent – 8 pmNarcotics Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pmTHURSDAY 11th April8 am Mass: Maisie Broe10 am Mass: ®7.30 pm Mass: Eamonn Harkin (Jnr.)St Pius X Adoration Chapel is openFr. McGroarty will do his First Friday Calls today and tomorrowA TIME OF PRAYER for all Children in First Holy Communion Classes in the Parish will be held in the Cathedral – 6.30 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 5.30 pmLife in the Spirit Seminars in the Conference Room – 8 pmFRIDAY 12th April8 am Mass: Charlie Coyle10 am Mass: Patrick and Mary Farren7.30 pm Mass: See Mass Intentions belowSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 10.30 amAA Meeting for Women in the Cathedral Conference Room – 1 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 5.30 pmGamblers’ Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pmSATURDAY 13th April10am Mass: ®7.30 pm – Vigil MassConfessions: 12 noon -1 pm and after the 7.30 pm MassAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 11 amMass Intentions for 8 am Tuesday and 7.30 pm FridayThomas Murphy ~ Jack Boyce ~ Elizabeth Boyce ~ James KellyMargaret Roarty ~ Dennis Van de Heuvel ~ Denis McMonagleJoseph McMonagle ~ Frank DonnellyRECENT BAPTISMS ~ We welcome into God’s CommunityAnja Froehlich ~ Jack Nicholas Comerford ~ Christopher Kral-KopkeGrace Frances GallagherPRIEST ON DUTY: Fr. Damian McGroartyPhone: 074 – 9121021Email: email@example.comSt. Vincent de Paul ~ Parish of Conwal and Leck ~ 9129503St. Vincent de Paul ~ Parish of Aughaninshin ~ 9122366Contact our Pastoral Council on: firstname.lastname@example.orgALTAR SOCIETY ROTA FOR APRIL5th April ~ B. Gallagher, J. Curran, A. Shevlin and A. Molloy12th April ~ M. Doherty, M. O’Donnell, E. Gallagher and Sr. Anni19th April ~ C. O’Donnell and A. Scanlon26th April ~ S. Gillen, R. Foley, S. Daly and K. McBrideThis being the First Sunday of the Month the ADORATION CHAPEL will be open at 1 pm for the following areas: Glencar Road, Glencar Irish, Glencar Scotch, Fernhill, College Park, Glenoughy, The Elms, Willowbrook, Solomon’s Court/Hill/ Manor/Grove, Chestnut Grove, The Croft and Windmill View.The St. Eunan’s GAA Club SUNDAY MORNING FOOTBALL ACADEMY begins today, Sunday 7th April at 11 am in O’Donnell Park for boys and girls from U6, U8 & U10 age groups. New members are always welcome. The Hurling and Camogie Academy for the same age groups gets underway on Friday 12th April at 6.30 pm. A girls only U10 group will begin on Sunday 14th April.LETTERKENNY CARE OF THE AGED ~ A Social for the ‘YOUNG AT HEART CLUB’ will be held in the Social Centre, Oliver Plunkett Road on Tuesday 9th April at 8 pm. This Social will be hosted by Friends of the Day Centre.A 12 WEEK WEIGHT LOSS AND HEALTHY LIVING PROGRAM will begin on Wednesday 10th April at both 10 am and 7 pm in the Pastoral Centre, Letterkenny. For further information and bookings, please call Justin on 9103474.COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION ~ This 6 week course offers participants better ways of dealing with anger/conflict at home, in relationships or at work. It offers the opportunity to understand/explore how to manage anger, recognise what triggers anger and learn a range of techniques to release anger. The course will be held in the Pastoral Centre, Letterkenny beginning Thursday 11th April at 7.30 pm. Facilitator: Kathy O’Connor. Cost: €60. Please call the Pastoral Centre on 9121853.LETTERKENNY ACTIVE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION ~ Will hold a meeting on Thursday 11th April in the Pastoral Centre at 2.30 pm.DIVINE WILL CENTRE ~ Theme of Retreat: ‘Charity, the Life of the Divine Will’. This is not a basic introductory weekend (12th to 14th April). It presupposes that attendees are practicing Catholics and have a basic knowledge of the Spirituality of the Divine Will as lived by Luisa Piccarreta and St. Hannibal Di Francia. This Retreat will be held in Ards Friary, Creeslough. For cost and further details please contact: 087-7777081 or email: email@example.comA RETREAT directed by Bishop Brendan Comiskey with the Theme: “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ” (St. Jerome) will take place from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st April in Ards Friary, Creeslough. For cost and further information please contact Ards Friary on 9138909 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPILGRIMAGE TO MELLERAY GROTTO will take place on Saturday 4th May. A bus will leave the Cathedral Car Park at 2 pm. For further information and bookings please phone 9121641 or 9125145.DD LOCAL: ST EUNAN’S CATHEDRAL PARISH NEWSLETTER was last modified: April 7th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DD LOCAL: ST EUNAN’S CATHEDRAL PARISH NEWSLETTER
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals “Just inside the door, officers saw an assault rifle, a 9 mm handgun and ammo for both,” Dennis said. The officers arrested Panian and set up a safety zone around the building, Dennis said. Panian is being held in Azusa jail in lieu of $2 million bail. Bingo players at the legion post were also evacuated, said a nearby resident. Inside the warehouse, police and firefighters discovered beakers and jugs of chemicals and about 20 weapons, said Azusa Capt. Sam Gonzalez. As investigators sorted through the chemicals Tuesday, they brought out a large bag of what appeared to be ecstasy tablets and possibly a large quantity of methamphetamine, said Richard Gutierrez, a member of the Los Angeles Police Department’s drug task force LA IMPACT. Law enforcement officers from several agencies, including the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, cataloged the chemicals and materials. Police did not have a specific monetary estimate on the drugs confiscated, but said it was likely in the millions of dollars. Steve Haugan, 59, lives across the street from the warehouse. “We never saw any activity out there or anything,” Haugan said. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2717160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AZUSA – Police spent Tuesday sorting through evidence of a multimillion-dollar drug operation that yielded massive quantities of the drug ecstasy and a large cache of guns. The bust was the result of a call of a fire in the 800 block of North Loren Avenue at about 8:30p.m. Monday. Azusa police Officers Chris Franks, Louie Hernandez and Mark Walters noticed a strange smell coming from the warehouse, a small industrial building next door to American Legion Canyon City Post 180. The officers knocked on building No. 811, and Mihran Nishan Panian, 32, of Pasadena opened the door, said Azusa Lt. Paul Dennis.