Toilet roll has become hot property in Hong Kong thanks to panic-buying. AFP Supermarkets have foundthemselves unable to restock quickly enough, leading to sometimes lengthyqueues and shelves stripped bare within moments of opening. Toilet rolls have becomehot property in the densely packed business hub, despite government assurancesthat supplies remain unaffected by the virus outbreak. Alongside toilet rolls,there has been a run on staples like rice and pasta as well as hand sanitiserand other cleaning items. (AFP) Hong Kong – Armed robberswho stole hundreds of toilet rolls were being hunted by Hong Kong police on Monday,in a city wracked by shortages caused by coronavirus panic-buying.
Batesville, IN—The Batesville Community School Corporation (BCSC) is happy to announce the NEW “Lunch on Us” program. Batesville Community School Corporation CHOICES program has teamed up with the Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville to offer this program to ALL law enforcement officers.This program provides a FREE lunch to ANY law enforcement officer any time they visit any BCSC school during lunchtime hours.This program is a great way to give back to the men and women who help keep our students, staff, and community safe daily. Additionally, it helps our law enforcement officers engage our students to help build rapport and provides increased police visibility in our schools.
Published on January 30, 2018 at 9:47 pm Contact Anthony: firstname.lastname@example.org UPDATED: Jan. 30, 2018 at 10:45 p.m.In Syracuse’s 15 previous matchups against Clarkson, the Golden Knights owned a 13-1-1 record over the Orange. Syracuse hosted Clarkson earlier this season, falling to the Golden Knights, 5-0, at Tennity Ice Pavilion. SU’s only win against CU came back in 2010 in a 3-1 victory.Syracuse (9-16-1, 8-5-1 College Hockey America) traveled to Potsdam to play the reigning national champion and No. 2 Clarkson (24-3-1, 14-2 Eastern College Athletic) on Tuesday night, losing 4-1.Clarkson outshot Syracuse 34-27 on the game. The Golden Knights got on the board first, as Clarkson’s Michaela Boyle scored a goal at the 11:34 mark of the first period. CU tacked on another goal at the 2:16 mark of the first as Loren Gabel netted a shot past Abbey Miller.SU’s lone goal of the game came at the 14:07 mark of the second period, as Stephanie Grossi scored her seventh goal of the season. With the goal, Grossi moves into a tie for first place with Melissa Piacentini on the Syracuse career points list, with 112. Grossi’s success against the Golden Knights comes as no surprise as Grossi now has a goal and two assists in her career against Clarkson.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLess than two minutes after the Orange scored its first goal, the Golden Knights were quick to answer, as Boyle scored her second goal of the game. Clarkson’s fourth goal of the game came late in the third period, ensuring its victory.The Orange proved stout on its penalty kill, not allowing a goal on the Golden Knights’ two power play opportunities. In its last game against conference foe Mercyhurst, SU gave up three power play goals. Abbey Miller continues to be a solid backstop in the net, saving 30 shots, despite giving up four goals in the loss.The Orange does not play again until next week, when it travels to take on in-state rival Cornell on Feb. 6.CORRECTION: In a previous version of this post, Potsdam was misnamed. The Daily Orange regrets this error. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+