Governor Wolf Commends House Leaders’ Call for Respect and Civility Press Release, Statement Harrisburg, PA — Governor Tom Wolf released the following statement commending Pennsylvania House leaders following their good joint appearance on the floor together to call for respect and civility:“I commend Leaders Dermody and Cutler for their joint call for respect and civility. Yesterday’s shared message was an important reminder of the vital work ahead for state government. Further, it recalled the successes that we’ve had working together like protecting victims of domestic violence, battling the opioid epidemic and passing the first Clean Slate Law in the country.“In the coming weeks, I look forward to working together to strengthen our workforce, reform our criminal justice system, lift people out of poverty, and invest in our schools. I believe there is room for bipartisan agreement on many issues and I join the leaders in aspiring to find common ground. In a time when too many are focused on advancing partisan politics, let’s remind everyone that Pennsylvania is focused on delivering for the people who we serve.” May 09, 2019 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
They weredetained in the lockup facility of Police Station 2, facing charges forViolation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of2002./PN The suspectswere caught after they allegedly sold a sachet of shabu to an undercoverofficer for P200 around 9:10 p.m. on Jan. 27, the report added. Antidrug officer inspect items seized from Roberto Cerillo, Choe Demerin and Jan Rey Pabon. The suspects were nabbed in an entrapment operation in in Barangay Vista Alegre, Bacolod City. POLICE STATION 2/BCPO Bacolod City –Suspected shabu weighing about five grams valued at around P40,000 was seizedin a buy-bust operation in Barangay Vista Alegre. The39-year-old Roberto Cerillo, 29-year-old Choe Demerin and 20-year-old Jan ReyPabon yielded the suspected illegal drugs, a police report showed.
The U.S. National Team was seeded on Group B and will be looking to earn its sixth regional title. The team will open against Panama on July 8 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. They will then face Martinique and will end group play against either Haiti or Nicaragua.Each group of four teams will visit three cities during group play.Group ANew York/New Jersey (Red Bull Arena), Houston (BBVA Compass Stadium), Dallas (Toyota Stadium)-Honduras-Costa Rica-Canada-French GuianaGroup BNashville (Nissan Stadium), Tampa (Raymond James Stadium), Cleveland (FirstEnergy Stadium)-United States-Panama-Martinique-Haiti or NicaraguaGroup CSan Diego (Qualcomm Stadium), Denver (Sports Authority Field), San Antonio (Alamodome)-Mexico-El Salvador-Curacao-Jamaica Facebook Comments Costa Rica’s National Team, or La Sele, landed in Group A of the upcoming2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup that will take place in the United States from July 7-26. That means Los Ticos will face Honduras, led by their former head coach Jorge Luis Pinto, as well as Canada and French Guiana.Costa Rica and Honduras will play the group’s inaugural match on July 7 at the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.La Sele then will face Canada on July 11 at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston and will wrap up the group stage against French Guiana on July 14 at the Toyota Stadium in Dallas.In a news release from the Costa Rican Football Federation, head coach Óscar Ramírez said the opener against Honduras will be a challenge for his team. He also noted that La Sele will have to play Honduras three times within a six-month period.“Honduras is doing a great job under Coach Pinto, and I know they will be a tough opponent,” Ramírez said right after the official draw held at Santa Clara, California on Tuesday evening.Regarding Canada, Ramírez said that despite being out of the final round of World Cup qualifying matches, the Canadian team combines experienced and young players that will likely put up a good fight.The coach said Costa Rica will have to prepare carefully as the Canadians are tough players, with a strong biotype.“They’re tall, aggressive, and very disciplined, so I think it will be a complex game,” he said.Ramírez said he knows very little about French Guiana, but that they likely have good players who eventually get contracts in French teams: “Like most Caribbean teams, their gamestyle is mostly based on their physical strenghth.”He also said he has yet to define the final list of players he will take to the tournament. He said he will evaluate the physical state of players who play abroad, but will also consider players performing well locally.See Ramírez statements after the draw: Related posts:2017 Gold Cup: Costa Rica’s La Sele draws Canada 1-1 Gold Cup: Costa Rica’s Sele blanks French Guiana 3-0, advances to quarterfinals Panama’s own goal sends Costa Rica into Gold Cup semifinals against the U.S. Óscar Ramírez faces first adversity as La Sele’s head coach