Pinterest WhatsApp (Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC) Notre Dame has found a new home for this college football season.The Atlantic Coast Conference released a plan for its schools to play ten conference games in 2020, and have included the Fighting Irish in the schedule.Notre Dame will have five ACC games at home, including against Clemson, Duke and Louisville.The Irish are usually not affiliated with a conference when it comes to football, but because numerous conferences have announced plans to only play conference games in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, it meant some opponents had to cancel their games against Notre Dame. Notre Dame finds a home with the ACC for football this season By Network Indiana – July 30, 2020 1 352 Google+ Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Previous articleIndiana GOP reaching out to minorities for supportNext articleI.U. Health says Indy 500 should happen without fans Network Indiana Pinterest IndianaLocalNewsSports Facebook
“Most cancellations of reservations in the last two months related to the period until July, but not reservations for July, August and September. It is now important to follow this trend to see if the trend of canceling reservations for the “peak season” continues or the trend is turning positively in our favor. What is a fact and what is clearly seen in the chart is how positive shifts have been noticed in the last ten days”Concludes Mišulić. Although it is difficult to predict anything, everyone is wondering what the real situation is with reservations: what happens to previous reservations and what is the real interest around new reservations or what is the overall state of booking. It is the Rentlio Trend Tracker analyst that gives us an excellent insight into the current state of booking (the ratio between new and canceled bookings). Zadar IT company Rentlio, which has developed an application for automation of the entire business of small tourist facilities – apartments, small hotels, hostels, has published an extremely useful tool – Rentlio Trend Tracker which gives us an insight into the recovery trend of the tourism market, and which is based on live data of more than 7 thousand accommodation units managed through Rentlio. Follow the current situation from minute to minute Rentlio Trend Tracker So, this graph shows us the current state of reservations, but I also give us an insight into the development trend around reservations, because everyone is wondering what will happen to the reservations for July, August and September, which are booking before the outbreak of the covid19 epidemic. The last few months have been incredibly challenging and confusing for everyone in the tourism industry. However, as the situation stabilizes throughout Europe, and especially in Croatia (in Croatia today we have 0 new cases), there is a relaxation of measures, borders are slowly opening, hotels are opening slowly, so there is optimism and tourism is waking up, even the first tourists already on the Adriatic. “The index collects live data at the level of our entire customer base, which consists of over 7.000 accommodation units. When the index exceeds 1.0, it means that the number of new bookings in the day was higher than the number of cancellations of existing bookings. If, for example, out of 100 reservations we have 75 new and 25 canceled, we will get a Tracker value of 3. For comparison, the average daily value of the Tracker in the first six months of last year was 2″Misulic points out. Rentlio Trend Tracker (RTT) shows the ratio between new and canceled bookings at the day level. A Rentlio Trend Tracker value greater than 1 is a positive signal, which specifically means that guests book more new appointments than cancel existing bookings. With Rentlio Trend Tracker, we want to provide all tourism workers with timely information on the change in the negative trend we are affected by, he said. Marko Mišulić, director and founder of Rentley. At the beginning of the crisis or when the whole situation with coronavirus escalated somewhere in mid-March, the index was 0,10 or 0,15, which is clearly seen in the graph, while at the time of writing (16:12) the RTT index was 0.94, which means we are close to the recovery line.
the home at 11 Leo Pl, Bridgeman Downs.Marketing agent Wayne Sweet of Watt Realty, Aspley, said 11 Leo Place, Bridgeman Downs, attracted many buyers due to the size and condition of the home.“The house is 10 years old, but it presented as new,” he said.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“The previous owner kept it in immaculate condition.“There is value in the presentation.” REAL ESTATE: Leo Place, Bridgeman DownsThis large family home has sold on the market for $1,050,000. Inside 11 Leo Pl, Bridgeman Downs.Mr Sweet said the new owners were local to the area.“They’re a growing family who needed a bigger home, so they upgraded,” he said.“It’s a large, spacious home with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and an in-ground pool, so it’s ideal for families.”Mr Sweet said the property was a good representation of the quality homes in the area, and that demand was high for properties in a similar condition.“There are high quality homes in the suburb, but there is a definite lack of stock on the market right now,” he said.“Many buyers in the market right now who are ready to purchase want to upgrade to bigger, homes, but there aren’t enough available.”
Mark Andrews was the biggest question mark for me as I altered our Week 13 fantasy PPR TE rankings. The Ravens take on the 49ers in Week 13, a team that just shut down Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. As Lamar Jackson showed against New England, this Baltimore offense isn’t easy to shut down, but there are reasons to worry about Andrews. Some of his most crucial fantasy volume comes in the red zone, and if the Ravens aren’t there as much, maybe he doesn’t do much. Add that to the fact that he comes off the field on a lot of plays, and Andrews could truly be a Week 13 bust. You almost certainly aren’t sitting him, but in a stacked week at tight end, there are other options.Andrews might’ve been a guy you picked up off the waiver wire earlier in the season, so maybe he’s not your only tight end. Some of you are surely waiting for the injury returns of Austin Hooper (knee) and Evan Engram (foot). Thanksgiving night looks like it might be too soon for Hooper, but Engram probably has a chance to be back Sunday for a great tight end matchup with the Packers. WEEK 13 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerIf you’ve been holding on to Eric Ebron (ankle), you can cut ties with him. The Colts placed him on Injured Reserve, a maneuver which frees Jack Doyle up for a boost in fantasy value, especially in PPR leagues where he already had a bit more use than in standard leagues.WEEK 13 DFS LINEUPS:FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPPTwo of the best tight end matchups this week come from players with Buffalo ties. Former Bills TE Nick O’Leary is in Jacksonville now and looks like the Jags’ first-choice tight end. When the Jaguars take on Tampa Bay in Week 13, the only player with a better fantasy matchup is widely owned Rams TE Gerald Everett (Update: Everett has been ruled out because of a knee injury, meaning Tyler Higbee has the best matchup of the week). We also like the current Buffalo tight end this week, as Dawson Knox takes on a fantasy-friendly Cowboys defense in the middle game on Thanksgiving.WEEK 13 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiverSpeaking of Thanksgiving — tight ends seem to just fit the holiday, don’t they? They’re the kind of offensive player you invite to your gathering only to have them eat basically all the turkey. Surely one or two will go off on Thursday (we’re looking at you with a lot of longing but not a lot of belief, T.J. Hockenson), but either way, there are plenty of possibilities this week.MORE WEEK 13:Waiver pickups | FAAB budget | Snap counts | Stock watch | Fantasy playoff SOS Reminder: Check back for updates during the week. For individual TE player analysis, click here.MORE WEEK 13 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderWeek 13 PPR Rankings: TEsThese rankings are for full-point PPR leagues.RankPlayer1Travis Kelce, KC vs. OAK2George Kittle, SF @ BAL3Zach Ertz, PHI @ MIA4Darren Waller, OAK @ KC5Hunter Henry, LAC @ DEN6Mark Andrews, BAL vs. SF7Jacob Hollister, SEA vs. MIN8Greg Olsen, CAR vs. WAS9Ryan Griffin, NYJ @ CIN10Jared Cook, NO @ ATL11Jack Doyle, IND vs. TEN12Tyler Higbee, LAR @ ARZ13Kyle Rudolph, MIN @ SEA14Dallas Goedert, PHI @ MIA15Nick O’Leary, JAX vs. TB16Dawson Knox, BUF @ DAL17Vance McDonald, PIT vs. CLE18Mike Gesicki, MIA vs. PHI19Jimmy Graham, GB @ NYG20Benjamin Watson, NE @ HOU21Jonnu Smith, TEN @ IND22Noah Fant, DEN vs. LAC23Tyler Eifert, CIN vs. NYJ24Darren Fells, HOU vs. NE25T.J. Hockenson, DET vs. CHI26Kaden Smith, NYG vs. GB27Cameron Brate, TB @ JAX28Jason Witten, DAL vs. BUF29O.J. Howard, TB @ JAX30Irv Smith Jr., MIN @ SEA31Delanie Walker, TEN @ IND32Tyler Higbee, LAR @ ARZ33Jaeden Graham, ATL vs. NO34Jordan Akins, HOU vs. NE35Jeremy Sprinkle, WAS @ CAR36Luke Stocker, ATL vs. NO
By Liz SheehanSEA BRIGHT – Citing the concerns of residents about the cost of replacing facilities lost in Super Storm Sandy and the existing Borough Hall, the Borough Council at its meeting on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution that if the bond issue on the Sept. 27 referendum to finance the proposal passes, the town will “immediately engage a review architect to assess the current plans for the facilities and make recommendations for cost savings and economies.”The resolution also said that the mayor and council will establish a “not to exceed” amount to be spent on the proposed facilities that would be based on what the review architect recommends and “continued input from the Mayor, Council and professional staff.”The resolution said that “after a number of public meetings, the Mayor and Council have heard and considered the valid concerns regarding the cost of the proposed facilities and wish to acknowledge those concerns.”Last month, residents packed the former gym in the Borough Hall for a meeting that lasted almost four hours to argue both for and against the bond issue, which is part of a package that includes insurance payments and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funds that will pay to replace the firehouse, police headquarters and library that were destroyed in Sandy and the existing Borough Hall, which borough officials say should also be replaced.At that meeting Councilman John Lamia, Jr., who voted against the bond issues, said “the cap was too high” and before approving a project you “first figure how much money you have.”But Councilman Charles Rooney, III, said the plan was a chance to make history in the town. He reminded the crowd that four years ago after Sandy, residents had met at the Rumson-Fair Haven High School “trying to figure out when we were going to come home.”The bond issue was approved by the council in June with Lamia and Jack Keeler, who also said the cost was too high, voting against it.A referendum on the bonds was required because a petition was signed by more than 15 percent of the registered voters who had voted in the last election in which candidates for the state Assembly were on the ballot.There will be three questions on the referendum ballot, although only two buildings will be constructed.One building will replace the library and beach building and the other will be a municipal complex for the fire house, police department/first aid and borough administrative functions and records.The maximum to be bonded as listed on the ballot is $5,761,750, with $1,486,750 to be paid for from the beach facility funds, and the rest by taxes.In a previous meeting, Councilman Brian Kelly said that the repayment of the bonds would amount to a tax increase of around a two cents per hundred dollar valuation to residents, after factoring in revenues from the new metered parking in town and the savings from not having to pay for rented space.
Former Nelson Minor Hockey star Adam Plant is among the 27 players from the BC Hockey League invited by Hockey Canada to the Canada West selection camp in preparation for the 2013 World Junior A Challenge.Plant, who currently plays for the West Kelowna Warriors, is one of the 24-defenceman receiving invitations to the upcoming camp October 26-30 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.A total of 66 players are attending the camp will be fighting for spots on Canada West at the 2013 World Junior A Challenge. The 5’9”, 160-pound defenceman played his minor hockey in Nelson before attending the Okanagan Hockey Academy in Penticton in 2011.The 18-year-old mobile defenceman then played a season for the Penticton Lakers of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League before spending the last two seasons with West Kelowna where he accumulated five goals and 31 assists in 59 games.Plant has accepted a scholarship to Harvard University beginning in the 2014 season.Players named to the Canada West selection camp roster were selected from the CJHL’s five western Junior A leagues: the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL), Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) and Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL).The selection camp roster was chosen by Canada West head coach Jason McKee (Spruce Grove, AJHL), along with assistant coaches Trent Cassan (Yorkton, SJHL) and Ryan Smith (Selkirk, MJHL), and team manager Shawn Bullock (Hockey Canada).The 2013 World Junior A Challenge will be held November 4-10 at the Mariners Centre in Yarmouth, N.S.