The McKernon Group is pleased to be honored with a 5th AnnualExcellence in Housing Award in the commercial construction category for thecompany’s work in revitalizing downtown Brandon’s Howe Scale Block. Theaward was presented to The McKernon Group by the Home Builders andRemodelers Association of Southern Vermont at an award ceremony on January14th.Kevin Birchmore, co-owner and Chief Operating Officer of TheMcKernon Group accepted the award, attending the event with Project ManagerBrian Thomas.”A lot of people worked really hard on this project. Several of thebuildings had to be rebuilt from the ground up. I hope that all the peopleworking on downtown Brandon for almost a year feel good about the award.They did the heavy lifting, they’re the ones who deserve to be recognized.We’re also grateful that everyone in Brandon was patient. I live in Brandon,and it’s great to see the town so improved,” remarked Kevin Birchmore fromThe McKernon Group’s offices in Brandon’s Park Village a mile north ofdowntown.Two of the three commercial buildings on Center Street, Route 7 indowntown Brandon are occupied. Demerest and MacNeal Interior Design, Inc.has retail space in 15 Center Street. Everywear for Everybody, is opening asecond store in 17 Center Street this month. Eleven Center Street with itslandscaped terrace, and overlooking Memorial Park would be a perfect spotfor a restaurant. It is currently under consideration by several parties.
Houston-based classification services provider ABS was selected by Q-LNG, LLC, to class an Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) for LNG bunkering in North America.The vessel is scheduled to begin construction at VT Halter Marine in Pascagoula, Mississippi, in early 2018.“This project represents another significant milestone for the region in the continued development of LNG infrastructure in North America, helping the maritime industry meet stricter emissions requirements,” Christopher J. Wiernicki, ABS Chairman, President and CEO, said.“This project will expand the LNG supply chain and play a critical role in the advancement of LNG as a marine fuel throughout the region and North America,” Chad Verret, Q-LNG Transport President, said.The LNG bunker barge, with 4,000 cubic meters LNG capacity, will be owned and constructed by Q-LNG while the operations will be handled by New Orleans-based Harvey Gulf International Marine.It will be chartered by Shell, and will supply necessary LNG fuel to cruise vessels throughout the Southeast Coast of the US.The LNG bunker barge will feature an innovative transfer system enabling it to load LNG from big or small terminals.
Aware of issue affecting some calls to 911 for wireless customers. Working to resolve ASAP. We apologize to those affected.— AT&T (@ATT) March 9, 2017The Federal Communications Commission said it will investigate the cause of the outage that affected customers nationwide.BATESVILLE, Ind. — AT&T has reported a phone outage that is affecting 911 phone calls across the nation including Indiana.Ripley County communications said that AT&T sent them an automated message stating that 911 calls could be intermittent, but that the main issue would be with location services.If you are an AT&T customer and try to call 911 and can’t get through or get a busy tone, try the 10 digit phone number for your area listed below.Ripley County Dispatch – 812-689-5555Decatur County Dispatch – 812-222-4922Franklin County Dispatch – 765-647-4178Dearborn County Dispatch – 812-537-3431 UPDATE: AT&T says they have resolved the issue affecting 911 calls Wednesday night.Issue has been resolved that affected some calls to 911 from wireless customers. We apologize to those who were affected.— AT&T (@ATT) March 9, 2017
Greensburg, In. — Four Decatur County Detention Deputies and one Decatur County Merit Deputy received life-saving awards from prior Sheriff Gregory D. Allen, Sheriff Dave Durant, and Jail Commander Tony Blodgett in late December.All deputies received their awards for an incident that occurred in early November at the Decatur County Jail. The Officer’s quick actions resulted in saving the life of an inmate suffering from an immediate, life-threatening injury. On November 7, 2018, Detention Officers Jessica Beagle, Levi Weakley, Doug Johnson and Christopher Marshall responded to what they believed was a disturbance in one of the holding blocks. Once on scene, it was determined that an inmate had injured himself and needed immediate medical assistance. The Detention deputies immediately requested Decatur County EMS to respond and began giving medical assistance to the inmate. Arriving at the scene, Deputy Nicholas Ronning and Sergeant Christopher Bridges with the Greensburg Police Department assisted in moving the injured inmate into a more accessible area for the medical units and provided life-saving assistance to the inmate until Decatur County EMS personnel arrived. The inmate was later airlifted by Lifeline and transported to Methodist Hospital.“Had all Deputies involved not utilized their training and quick decision making skills, the inmate probably would have died from his injuries,” Sheriff Dave Durant said. “I’m very proud of the team that we have, and this is just one of many incidents that could have ended worse than it did.”
Former Syracuse outside linebacker Cameron Lynch signed with the St. Louis Rams Saturday night, as first reported by The Post-Standard’s Stephen Bailey.Lynch was a captain in his senior year and started the last two years for the Orange. He led Syracuse in tackles in 2014 with 97, 12 of which were for a loss. He also recorded seven sacks and was named third-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference by Phil Steele. As a junior, he had 69 tackles and four sacks.Lynch was the fifth former Syracuse player to sign as an undrafted free agent on Saturday. This is the first year since 2008, and second since 1975, that Syracuse hasn’t had a player selected in the NFL Draft.Safety Durell Eskridge signed with the New York Jets, defensive tackle Eric Crume signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Dyshawn Davis signed with the Washington Redskins and Sean Hickey signed with the New Orleans Saints. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on May 2, 2015 at 11:42 pm Contact Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+