Court docs: Paramedic admitted to stealing vials of fentanyl from ambulance

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CLOSE Opioid addiction is a staggering problem in Indiana, affecting 1 in 20 Hoosiers or nearly 300,000 people. The IndyStar is partnering with the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation on a yearlong reporting series to raise awareness of the opioid epidemic. Dwight Adams/IndyStar Rear door of ambulance.(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) An Indianapolis paramedic faces multiple charges after Read More

Saint Lucia advocacy group slams $200 child support

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The  advocacy group, Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia Inc, is dissatisfied with the level of child support payments required by law. Speaking on behalf of the the group, Catherine Sealys, explained that that mothers receive $200 for child support. ‘All of them know that $200 a month will not give you food for a day, much Read More

Mayor expresses condolences on passing of Gandolph St. Clair

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Press Release:- Castries, February 14, 2018 – It is with profound sadness that we heard of the passing of St. Lucian Icon, Gandolph St. Clair. On behalf of all in the Office of the Mayor, we send our heartfelt sympathies and prayers to his immediate family and close relatives. Mr. St. Clair, the poet, the director, Read More

United and Strong speaks on ‘comprehensive’ sex education in schools

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The LGBT advocacy group, United and Strong, has been speaking out on  ‘comprehensive’ sex education in schools. The group’s Communications and Advocacy Officer is Bennet Charles. ‘One of the things we have to be wary about as an organisation and as a country in itself is the education of our people,’ Charles told St Lucia Read More

Former city architect for Limerick and Dublin James Barrett dies

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The former city architect for Limerick and Dublin James Barrett has died. Mr Barrett helped transform much of the capital in the 1990s and 2000s, his many projects including the Liffey Boardwalk, the Spire in O’Connell Street and the restoration of City Hall. “The quality of architecture in Dublin has improved enormously,” he once said Read More

Ash Wednesday observance at St. Vincent de Paul Church (PHOTOS)

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BAYONNE — Hundreds gathered for a special Ash Wednesday service at the St. Vincent de Paul Church today. The service began at 3 p.m. in the Roman Catholic church on Avenue C, and was led by Rev. Hermes Díaz and Rev. Sergio O. Nadres. The priests marked the sign of the cross in ash on parishioners’ foreheads to Read More

Professor Green teases ‘very very unapologetic’ new single Unruly

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Professor Green is back (Picture: Andrew Benge/Redferns) Professor Green has revealed he will be releasing a brand new track. The rapper is going to release Unruly on Thursday, which he describes as ‘very, very unapologetic’. Of his new music he told Metro.co.uk at the NME Awards: ‘The album is going really well. There’s a song Read More

Obituary: Susan M. O’Brien, 69

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Susan M. O’Brien Susan Marie (Brelsford) O’Brien, 69, of Charlton, MA, and previously a resident of N. Grafton, MA. left us peacefully on 2/11/18 at 11:11 a.m. surrounded by her family at St. Vincent’s Hospital, after a valiant fight for life. She was born in Bridgeport CT on 1/2/49 and grew up in Milford, CT. Read More

Shame on the “THREE BLIND MICE” of the Caribbean Community !

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These recent happenings are all part and parcel of a well-coordinated strategy on the part of the Donald (“Shithole”)Trump administration to cause maximum disruption and subversion in our sister Caribbean country of Venezuela in the lead up to Venezuela’s critical Presidential election of April 2018. And so, one is forced to query why three of Read More

Indianapolis paramedic charged with stealing, using drugs from ambulance

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Please enable Javascript to watch this video INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A paramedic was charged with stealing the painkiller fentanyl from an ambulance and using the drug for herself. The Marion County Prosecutors office filed charges this week against 30-year old Jeanan Joseph, accusing her of taking the controlled substance and tampering with drug vials to Read More