Ben Finley, Associated Press Updated 4:14 pm PDT, Monday, March 18, 2019 James Boyd, left, and Rocky Hines, right, speak with Portsmouth Police Chief Tonya Chapman at Norcom High School in Portsmouth, Va. Chapman, the first black woman to lead a municipal police force in Virginia, abruptly resigned Monday, March 18, 2019 from her police chief job in Portsmouth. Chapman had led the Portsmouth Police Department for three years.(Kristen Zeis/The Virginian-Pilot via AP) less James Boyd, left, and Rocky Hines, right, speak with Portsmouth Police Chief Tonya Chapman at Norcom High School in Portsmouth, Va. Chapman, the first black woman to lead a municipal police force in Virginia, ... more Photo: Kristen Zeis | The Virginian-Pilot, AP Photo: Kristen Zeis | The Virginian-Pilot, AP Image 1 of / 3 … [Read more...] about First black woman to lead city police in Virginia quits
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Dave Skretta Special to The Detroit News Published 10:00 PM EST Nov 30, 2018 Kansas City, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs released running back Kareem Hunt on Friday night after video surfaced that showed the NFL’s reigning rushing champion knocking over and kicking a woman in a Cleveland hotel hallway in February. The team issued a statement shortly after the NFL had placed Hunt on its Commissioner Exemption List that said the running back lied when asked about the incident by team officials. The team said “the video today confirms that fact. We are releasing Kareem immediately.” Hunt was at the Chiefs’ facility earlier Friday in preparation for Sunday’s trip to Oakland, but he was excused and sent home shortly after TMZ posted the video online. It shows Hunt being restrained several times by friends before pushing a woman to the ground, where he proceeds to kick her. Police were called to the scene during the Feb. 10 incident, no charges were … [Read more...] about Friday’s NFL: Kansas City Chiefs release Kareem Hunt after video shows he shoved, kicked woman
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Boston Globe Sports Staff November 20, 2018 Sign up for the Globe’s Varsity News newsletter. Traditional high school football rivals meet this week. Here’s a look at the schedule. Scores will be added as games finish. Select a league Atlantic Coast Bay State Big Three Boston City Cape Ann Catholic Central Catholic Conference Commonwealth Dual County Eastern Athletic Hockomock Mayflower Merrimack Valley Middlesex Northeastern Patriot South Coast South Shore Tri-Valley Nonleague Atlantic Coast Nauset 26, Dennis-Yarmouth 20 Bay State Newton North 33, Brookline 6 Framingham 14, Natick 6 Advertisement Braintree 35, Milton 21 Get Sports Headlines in your inbox: The most recent sports headlines delivered to your inbox every morning. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here Weymouth 35, Walpole 14Needham 14, Wellesley 13 Big … [Read more...] about 2018 Thanksgiving high school football schedule and scores
A GLIMPSE AT OUR REGION TENNESSEEBradley County Schools: Phones are permitted and students are “expected to use them responsibly;” the policy also addresses “sexting” Cleveland City Schools: Phones are allowed to be used on campus in limited ways; school principals have the authority to make those decisions as do classroom teachers in their individual classroomsHamilton County: Cellphone use is left to the discretion of the principal or teacherKnox County: Use of cellphones during class time is forbidden unless approved by the principalSequatchie County: Cellphones must be put away and may not be used during school hoursGEORGIACalhoun County: Cellphones use is permitted if a teacher authorizes them for instructional purposesChickamauga City Schools: Students may not use cellphones during class, school assemblies or field trips unless given specific permission by a teacherDade County: Does not have a cellphone use policyMurray County: Cellphones be utilized as … [Read more...] about Should students use cellphones in school?
Marcy Gordon and Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press Published 4:52 pm CDT, Friday, August 24, 2018 Joanne Intrieri, who moved from New York City to Miami to escape high taxes, at her home in Miami, on Aug. 7, 2018. Residents in high-tax states are exploring ways to avoid tax increases brought by the Trump administration. less Joanne Intrieri, who moved from New York City to Miami to escape high taxes, at her home in Miami, on Aug. 7, 2018. Residents in high-tax states are exploring ways to avoid tax increases brought by the Trump ... more Photo: ROLANDO DIAZ /NYT Photo: ROLANDO DIAZ /NYT Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Joanne Intrieri, who moved from New York City to Miami to escape high taxes, at her home in Miami, on Aug. 7, 2018. Residents in high-tax states are exploring ways to avoid tax increases … [Read more...] about Government acts to stop high-tax states from skirting $10,000 cap