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first_imgThe Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) has opened the 4-mile stretch of Route 100 that runs from Readsboro to Heartwellville. This segment of Route 100, which connects Route 100 to Route 8, received heavy damage from Tropical Storm Irene, and has been closed since the storm struck on August 28.Reopening this portion of Route 100 marks a significant milestone for the Rutland Incident Command Center, which was established following Tropical Storm Irene, as it is the command center’s final section of roadway that remained closed. Although several roads within the Rutland command center’s sphere of operation remain under construction, all of its roads are now open to pubic travel.Immediately following Irene, VTrans divided the state into three incident command areas: southwest, southeast and north. The Rutland Incident Command Center covers 52 towns in Vermont’s southwest region.‘We are all extremely proud of the progress that the Rutland Incident Command Center has achieved in less than six weeks,’ said VTrans Secretary Brian Searles. ‘Its success is truly a testament to the hard work of hundreds and hundreds of individuals. But as we celebrate, the traveling public must keep in mind that there is still much work to be done, not only in the Rutland region, but throughout the state, before all of our storm-damaged roads are ready for winter.’Construction crews remain out in force throughout storm-damaged areas, including those in the Rutland region, doing work such as paving, repairing guard rail, unplugging culverts and conducting a host of other highway repairs. While Route 100 through Readsboro is now open, parts of it remain gravel and more work will be needed before the road is returned to normal.Questions regarding storm-damaged roads and bridges related to Tropical Storm Irene can be answered by calling VTrans’ Irene Storm Center at 1-800-Vermont. People can also visit VTrans’ website at www.aot.state.vt.us(link is external) where they can sign up for travel updates for their mobile phone, and follow the agency’s progress on both Facebook and Twitter. VTrans 10.6.2011last_img read more


first_img Zouks, however, have been one of the worse-performing sides in the tournament, but Pandya said he hoped his investment would turn around the franchise’s fortunes. “Our aim is to help drive the Zouks forward to become the dominant team in the CPL by producing consistent results that will enable us to be title contenders in every edition of CPL going forward,” the Philadelphia businessman said. He added: “We are extremely happy that the management team, with Stuart Williams as our head coach and Darren Sammy as our captain, have committed to remain with the franchise and will continue to lead it. Darren is a passionate St Lucian who leads the side with great skill and charisma and is hugely respected internationally, especially after guiding the West Indies to their second ICC World T20 title in India earlier this year. “Our executive directors are working closely with both Stuart and Darren in terms of player recruitment, the goal being to become champions of the CPL after missing out last year in the play-offs.” Zouks enjoyed their best-ever season in this year’s campaign when they finished third following the preliminaries before being knocked out in the play-offs. LONDON (CMC): United States-based real estate businessman Jignesh ‘Jay’ Pandya has bought the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise St Lucia Zouks, tournament principals announced recently. Pandya is the founder of the Rohan Group of companies and also serves as chairman of Global Sports Ventures, LLC, and Royal Sports Club, LLC. Damien O’Donohoe, chief executive of the CPL, said the partnership was the result of extended discussions with Pandya’s representatives. “Discussions have been ongoing with Mr Pandya, and his represent-atives for many months and they have a clear vision for the Zouks to elevate them even higher for the seasons to come in terms of recruitment and in building all aspects of the franchise, from root to branch,” O’Donohoe said. “Their passion for the Hero CPL is obvious, with their values being closely aligned to our own to strive to be an innovative market leader, and I have no doubt that these are exciting times to be a Zouks fan.” Zouks is one of six franchises that comprise the four-year-old CPL, branded by organisers as the ‘biggest party in sport’. Reigning champions Jamaica Tallawahs, Barbados Tridents, Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel, Guyana Amazon Warriors, and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots are the other five franchises involved in the Twenty20 venture. POOR PERFORMERlast_img read more


first_img1 Tottenham’s new signing Benjamin Stambouli is working hard to make himself a first-team regular at White Hart Lane.The French midfielder joined Tottenham from Montpellier on deadline day for an undisclosed fee, after making more than 100 appearances in Ligue 1.Stambouli made his debut in the 2-2 draw with Sunderland last weekend, coming on as a 70th minute substitute, and the 24-year-old has revealed it was a tough opening test.“It was a powerful game with a good rhythm and not the easiest for my first appearance”, Stambouli told the club’s site.“I think we should have won this game but hopefully next time, we will do it.?? I feel good, I feel positive and I will now work hard again to be ready to play.” Benjamin Stambouli last_img