first_imgShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedVOLUNTEERS NEEDED: WCTV Looking For Camera Operators & Commentators For WHS Fall SportsIn “Community”WHS Football Team Is Looking For Corporate SponsorsIn “Community”VIDEO: Watch The Hospital Bed Race From Fun On The FourthIn “Videos” WILMINGTON, MA — Watch the Wilmington High School’s Varsity Football team defeat Watertown High, 33-7, last Friday night, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television.Running back Peter Marino rushed for 249 yards on 19 carries, scoring 3 touchdowns. Quarterback Andrew Sullivan threw for 95 yards and 2 touchdowns, including one to Connor Benoit and another to Stephen Anthony.—Video Playerhttps://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/wilmington/5/b/f/4/3/f/5bf43f40-73fd-49e8-a9a0-3e7d4641269a1539023758.474%2B43806457.518%40castus4-wilmington%2B15390377781539033542834414.vod.720p.Football%20vs%20Watertown_10052018.mp4Media error: Format(s) not supported or source(s) not foundmejs.download-file: https://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/wilmington/5/b/f/4/3/f/5bf43f40-73fd-49e8-a9a0-3e7d4641269a1539023758.474%2B43806457.518%40castus4-wilmington%2B15390377781539033542834414.vod.720p.Football%20vs%20Watertown_10052018.mp4?_=100:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.—Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.last_img

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first_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Southern California Edison has replaced the current chief nuclear officer at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station with an Edison executive who used to work at the plant, it was reported Tuesday.Effective Nov. 12, Douglas Bauder will take over as project leader, heading operational and contract services, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.Bauder’s responsibilities include overseeing all transfers of spent fuel canisters and handling efforts to decommission the facility, according to the Union-Tribune.The current vice president of decommissioning and chief nuclear officer at the site, Tom Palmisano, will remain at the plant but will focus on external engagement efforts, like communicating with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, California regulatory bodies and the Community Engagement Panel that meets quarterly to address questions and concerns of those who live and work near the plant, according to the Union-Tribune.Bauder, who currently serves as vice president of operational services and chief procurement officer at Edison, has almost three decades of experience in the nuclear industry and served as San Onofre plant manager from 2009 to 2013. The leadership change comes as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is conducting a special inspection at the plant following an incident in August when a 45-ton canister filled with spent nuclear fuel ended up being lodged in a storage cavity as it was transferred from a wet storage pool to a dry cask storage facility at the site.Contractors for Holtec International at first thought the canister was safely lowered but it was actually caught on an inner-ring of the enclosure, about 18 feet from the floor, for about 45 minutes to an hour, the Union-Tribune reported.Palmisano told the newspaper that the incident posed no danger to workers or to the public. However, he suspended all future transfers until the Nuclear Regulatory Commission completes its inspection report.In October, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued preliminary findings of its inspection that mentioned a series of “deficiencies involving training, equipment, procedures, oversight and corrective actions” on the part of Edison regarding the Aug. 3 incident, the Union-Tribune reported.Edison intends to move 73 canisters from wet storage pools to the newly constructed dry storage facility.Twenty-nine have been moved so far and the company expects to transfer the remaining 44 canisters by the middle of next year, according to the Union-Tribune.The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is expected to release a final inspection report later this month. Southern California Edison makes changes at San Onofre nuclear plant KUSI Newsroom Posted: November 6, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, November 6, 2018 Updated: 10:45 AM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img

first_imgEntrance to the park and the observatory are free, but make sure to bring the proper eye wear.“We do have a camera hooked up to one of our telescopes, and we’re going to live stream through the Science Museum in Downtown Fort Lauderdale, and we’re going to be live streaming to the libraries of Broward County,” said Nikole Bosch, a volunteer.Miami-Dade libraries will be hosting events across the county, including Coral Gables. They have a limited supply of safety glasses, so don’t forget to reserve your spot.Make sure to check out the library closest to you for special eclipse-related events.“We will be streaming NASA’s live stream here in the auditorium of the actual eclipse,” said Miami-Dade Public Libraries representative Leila Khalil. “We’ll go outside to the gardens, weather permitting.”If you choose to stay home, you can catch our special live coverage of the eclipse. It begins Monday at 1 p.m., right after 7News at noon.And while Miami-Dade and Broward public schools are holding regularly scheduled classes on Monday, district officials in Broward have said that if parents want to keep their child home, it will be considered as an excused absence. MIAMI (WSVN) – We’re just days away from the long-awaited solar eclipse, and there are plenty of South Florida spots to get the perfect view of the sight in the sky.From colleges to museums, several South Florida locations will give residents the chance to see the solar eclipse safely on Monday.Florida International University is celebrating the first full U.S. solar eclipse in 99 years, which is set to start around noon, Monday. You can join faculty and staff at their on-campus observatory — the Stocker Astroscience Center in West Miami-Dade.There, you can check out their solar telescopes, talk about the eclipse and enjoy some music.“We will have about 100 pairs of solar glasses that you can borrow and look at the sun with. We will also have solar telescopes set up, so you can see through our telescopic view,” said Dr. James Webb, FIU astrophysics professor, “so it’s going to be a good time. We’ll have music, information and we’ll have a solar eclipse party.”The Frost Museum is also gearing up for one of the biggest events of the summer.“It’s the first time in 99 years that a solar eclipse is going to cross the USA, all the way from the West Coast to the East Coast,” said Dr. Jorge Perez-Gallego, Science Curator of Astronomy at the Frost Museum. Experts will be on hand to make sure you’re watching the sun safely with their viewing glasses and through solar telescopes.And they will be live streaming NASA’s eclipse mega-cast.“Of course we planned an event of astronomical proportions. The museum will have a viewing party, and we will have a few of our telescopes out to look safely at the sun through our telescopes,” Perez-Gallego said, “and we’ll have solar glasses. We’ll be giving solar glasses to our guests.”And across county lines, Broward College is having a free event open to the public at the Buehler Planetarium and Observatory on Central Campus in Davie.“Here at the observatory, some wonderful volunteers and myself will be out on our observing patio all afternoon,” said Buehler Planetarium director Susan Barnette. “We will have telescopes with appropriate filters. We will have welder’s glass people can use under our supervision to make sure you are using them safely and a few pairs of glasses.”They are kicking off the event at 1:15 p.m. but make sure to get there early because it is the first day of school.Visitors are also welcomed at Fox Astronomical Observatory in Markham Park. They’ll be open from noon to 5 p.m. center_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

first_imgDownload AudioThere was an officer involved in a fatal shooting in Barrow early Wednesday morning. According to the North Slope Borough Mayor’s office, the incident happened around 4:00 a.m. A North Slope Borough Police Officer was responding to a call for assistance when the shooting took place. The Mayor’s office identified the victim as Vincent Nageak  III, the nephew of State Representative Ben Nageak (D-Barrow).Nageak, age 36, was a lifetime resident of Barrow. Along with serving as fire chief, he worked for the Department of Corrections in Barrow for over 10 years.In a statement, Representative Ben Nageak says the family “still [doesn’t] know all the facts.”The Alaska Bureau of Investigation arrived on the scene in Barrow on Wednesday afternoon.last_img

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