Take a Broadway.com Selfie for Chance to Win Big!

first_img NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Sweepstakes only open to legal residents of 50 U.S. states and D.C. who are 18 years or older. Void outside U.S. and where prohibited. Ends December 23, 2014. See official rules and details here. To enter, send your selfie (make sure that Broadway.com taxi top is nice and visible!) to [email protected] with your first and last name. Send us your pics before Tuesday at 10 am to be entered for that week’s prize. Entries will be collected until 9:59:59 am on December 23. Winners will be notified via email on or around each Tuesday. View Commentscenter_img Take a selfie with us for the chance to win a $100 gift card! The Broadway.com Taxi Top Selfie Sweepstakes is officially underway. The rules are simple: spot one of our flashy Broadway.com taxi tops in the city, take a selfie with it (like so), and send it our way. Each week through December 23, we’re giving away a $100 Amazon gift certificate to a lucky participant chosen at random.last_img read more

Glen Cove Advertising Exec Admits $2M Fraud

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Glen Cove advertising business owner has admitted to defrauding the U.S. Postal Service out of $2 million in bulk mailing payments.Community Coupons owner Matthew Rosencrans, 50, pleaded guilty at Central Islip federal court to mail fraud.“A theft from the Postal Service is a theft from the American Public,” said Philip Bartlett, U.S. Postal Inspector in Charge of the agency’s New York office.Prosecutors said Rosencrans submitted more than 15 million pieces of bulk mail for distribution throughout the New York Metro area between July 2010 and August 2013, but only paid for delivery of about 3.4 million pieces.Rosencrans faces a sentence of up to 20 years in prison and $2.1 million in restitution to the the USPS.last_img read more

Morocco opens field hospital after spike in virus cases

first_imgTopics : Authorities closed facilities, tested workers and launched an investigation to “establish responsibility” for the outbreak, Interior Minister Abdelouafi Laftit said, as cited by official news agency MAP. The field hospital will receive from Sunday “around 700 registered cases”, he added. Strawberry fields in Kenitra — usually busy with workers harvesting at this time of year — were deserted at the weekend, an AFP photographer said.Several towns in the region were placed under quarantine and screenings were carried out among residents, who were asked to go out only in cases of “extreme necessity”. A dozen ambulances were stationed in Moulay Bousselham, one of the quarantined towns, ready to be dispatched to pick up confirmed cases.Morocco, with a population of 34 million, has reported just over 9,800 cases and 213 deaths from the novel coronavirus.On June 9, authorities announced a gradual lifting of restrictions in force since mid-March, though measures remain in place in major cities and a public health state of emergency has been extended until July 10. Wearing masks in public is obligatory, gatherings are prohibited and mosques, cinemas and theatres are closed, while restaurants and cafes are open but limited to take-away orders. The kingdom’s borders remain closed “until further notice”. center_img A new field hospital in eastern Morocco will from Sunday receive around 700 COVID-19 patients following a sharp spike in infections in the kingdom, the government said.Morocco reported a record single-day rise in novel coronavirus cases on Friday after an outbreak was detected in fruit packing plants in eastern Kenitra province, prompting Rabat to tighten restrictions in the region. The North African kingdom reported more than 500 cases on Friday, mainly in Kenitra, having recorded on average fewer than 100 new COVID-19 infections daily since confirming its first cases in early March.last_img read more