Bank of New York chooses FPDSavills in Manchester

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Michigan state parks to reopen next month

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.— As some states are starting to relax social distancing restrictions and reopen their national parks, Michigan will not follow that lead. State parks and recreational areas will remain closed due to the COVID–19 pandemic.State campground locations will not reopen until June 22nd and forest campgrounds will reopen June 10th. Camping and overnight stay reservations scheduled between May 15th and June 21st have been canceled.The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says, “Once the stay home stay safe order is lifted staff can begin to clean camping sites.”AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Shilo Ferguson was expected to turn herself in todayNext Governor Whitmer signs executive order protecting tenantslast_img read more

Paintsil backs Boateng to succeed at Fulham

first_imgFormer Fulham defender John Paintsil is backing midfielder Derek Boateng to succeed at the English Premier League side.Boateng signed for the Craven Cottage outfit last month after a frustrating spell at Ukrainian side FC Dnipro.He agreed one-year deal with the East London side with an option for a further year.Boateng’s international teammate Pantsil, who made 75 appearances for Fulham during his three-year stay, believes the experienced midfielder has made the right move.“Is a great move and Fulham is a good team and especially when an African player moves there, they really take good care of the player,” said Paintsil“There he will get much playing time which will help him and the national team, with the exposure and experience he will succeed. “His move there is good for Ghana, for himself and friends and I believe he will make a positive impact there.”last_img read more