Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A colonial home built in 1750 is listed for sale at 246 Christian Ave. in Stony Brook.Sea captain Charles Mills, an early colonial-era settler, once owned this nearly 1-acre property. The six-bedroom home oozes with rustic, old world charm while offering modern updates. A nice, historic touch, for example, is the traditional stained glass window with a ship and “1750” designed on it.Tall windows and high cathedral ceilings with wooden plank beams give this home natural light and spaciousness throughout. That includes the eat-in kitchen, where plenty of sunlight floods in. The kitchen also has a large pantry cabinet and wood cabinets, drawers, and countertops. The house’s wide plank floors and four fireplaces are a cozy combination for the upcoming winter. The home also has a den/family room and a powder room — plus, the bedrooms have large closets and built-in shelving for storage in the walls. The partial basement is unfinished and just waiting for a real makeover; the possibilities are endless.Atop the three-floor home is a new cedar roof. Next to the house is a separate two-car garage, which has legal space in it to make a home studio or office — complete with heat and a half bathroom. There is also a small deck connected to the house in the backyard.The house is close to the village and beaches, and it falls in the Three Village School District.The asking price is $899,000, not including the annual property tax of $20,777.The real estate agent listed for the property is Stephanie Carollo, of Realty Connect USA LI Inc., who can be reached at 631-941-4300. For more real estate news, visit longislandpress.com/category/real-estate.Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.
BLAG Ghana Limited, artificial grass expert, has partnered FIFA’s preferred producer and global leader in the supply and installation of synthetic turf systems, GreenFields B.V, to install its Evolution Pro System in the Tano North Sports Complex in the Ahafo Region.The football pitch, which is the first artificial turf to be installed in the Ahafo Region, is a FIFA quality pro certified system aimed at covering requirements of all football clubs in the area.The Tano North Sports Complex forms part of the projects being undertaken by BLAG Ghana Limited and its Netherlands-based partners.Some of the projects being undertaken by Blag Limited are the Apenkwa Community Park in Accra, the Karaga Park in the Northern Region, the Atonsu Park in Kumasi, the Dompim-Tarkwa Field among others.Following the achievement in the Ahafo Region, the Chief Operating Officer of the company, Eddie Dankwa said his outfit was keen on providing community pitches with quality artificial turfs to help in the development of football at the district level.“We have been in this business for a very long time and our focus is to continue providing our customers with the best of turfs which the Tano North Sports Complex remains an example. “The focus is to help give every community park a facelift with FIFA-certified artificial grass to help build careers from the grassroots,” Mr Dankwa stated.He, however, explained that the Tano North pitch represents the top quality FIFA-certified synthetic grass which provides excellent playing characteristics and helps prevent injuries to footballers unlike the others.“Not every artificial turf is certified by FIFA which can lead to injuries of footballers who play on it. Our focus it to help prevent that, as well as provide night football under floodlights,” he added.
Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | “I start to read and then I start to think ‘Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp’ and I cannot focus,” said Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola last month, admitting Liverpool’s charge to depose the Premier League champions has been in his head for some time.But in their very first game of 2019, City already find themselves in must-win territory to haul Liverpool back into view by inflicting the leaders’ first defeat of the season and cutting a seven-point lead to four at the Etihad on Thursday.“With the position of Liverpool, if we drop points then it is over, it is finished; it would be almost impossible,” said Guardiola after Sunday’s 3-1 win at Southampton.Guardiola’s obsession with Liverpool and Klopp in particular is not surprising. For a serial winner, no side and no manager has caused the Catalan as many problems as the German.City have won just one of seven meetings since Guardiola joined Klopp in England after locking horns in charge of Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.A shock run of three defeats in four Premier League games in December has left City playing catch up to a Liverpool side eyeing history by ending a 29-year wait to win the league.But even when seemingly no one else could stop City as they stormed to the title with a record 100 points last season, Klopp’s men were a constant menace.– ‘They scare me’ –Last January, it was City who were on course to equal Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’ of 2003-04 until they went to Anfield in January and were blown away by a three-goal salvo in nine second-half minutes to lose 4-3 despite a late rally. In the documentary “All Or Nothing” which chronicled City’s title triumph, Guardiola is seen admitting to his coaching staff ahead of returning to Anfield for the Champions League quarter-final, first leg: “They scare me. They’re dangerous, I mean it.”It takes a lot to frighten a coach who has won 24 trophies in three different countries, but Guardiola’s fears were realised as another Liverpool blitz secured a 3-0 win.Six days later, Liverpool won again at the Etihad, withstanding a City onslaught for 45 minutes to take control in the second period once Guardiola had lost his cool and been sent to the stands.Now Liverpool have extended that ability for short destructive bursts into a title challenge for the long haul.The addition of Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker and a first full season with the world’s most expensive defender Virgil van Dijk has seen Klopp’s men concede just eight times in 20 Premier League games.And after a slow start, the prolific front three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane that terrorised City last season are beginning to hit top form once more.All three scored in the same Premier League game for the first time this season on Saturday as Arsenal were blown away 5-1 at Anfield.“Unfortunately we lost two (games) and have a rival that is the best team in Europe or in the world in top form like Liverpool,” added Guardiola.“That’s why it is a challenge for us next Thursday to try and win there to try and sustain this position as long as possible to arrive at the end of the season fighting for the title.”Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2
Other players include goalie Catalina Hartland of Kaslo, forward Stephanie McAuley of Trail forward Julie Sidoni of Trail and Kira Streliev of Nakusp.Streliev is an affiliate player for the Cats, who plays on a Bantam house team in Nakusp.The Bantam Wildcats were selected to the team following January tryouts in Invermere.Kootenay opens play Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. against Fraser Valley before the opening ceremonies in the evening.Kootenay then meets Vancouver Island and Cariboo North East in round robin play before the top four team play for the medals [email protected] The West Kootenay Bantam Wildcats will be well represented on Team Kootenay at the coming B.C. Winter Games beginning Thursday in Vernon.No less than seven players will be in uniform when Kootenay drops the puck in action Friday in the U16 Girl’s Hockey Tournament.Three of the players are from Nelson. Those are forwards Jesse Cooper and Emma Hare and defenceman Merissa Dawson.