Murder victim found in CT identified as 24-year-old NY woman

first_imgWABC-TV(GREENWICH, Conn.) — The young woman whose body was found bound in a suitcase in Greenwich, Connecticut, has been identified as Valerie Reyes, 24, of New Rochelle, New York, officials said. The gruesome discovery was made on Tuesday morning. Reyes’ body was in a suitcase along the side of a Greenwich road and her hands and feet were bound, authorities said. Reyes was last seen on Jan. 29 and was reported missing to the New Rochelle Police Department, Greenwich Police Capt. Robert Berry said in a statement. Reyes’ cause of death has not been confirmed, Berry said. As the hunt for her killer continues, Berry said “many pieces of possible physical evidence were collected and results from forensic analysis are pending.” Greenwich sits along the New York-Connecticut state border. New Rochelle is about 12 miles away from Greenwich. Greenwich Police are working with New Rochelle Police on the case, Berry said. Greenwich investigators “have received a multitude of tips,” Berry said, and “we are asking the public for any information they may possess concerning Valerie and/or her disappearance.” Reyes’ family is “obviously devastated by the loss,” Berry added, “and our heartfelt condolences go out to them.” Anyone with information is asked to call the Greenwich Police tip line at (203) 622-3333. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Macy’s to furlough most of workers

first_imgMacy’s has announced that it is being forced to furlough most of it’s employees due to the coronavirus keeping it’s brick- and- mortar stores closed.The store made the announcement Monday stating that the brick-and-mortar stores accounted for the majority of it’s business and now they are being forced to implement several changes to bolster their bottomline.Next week, the company which also owns Bloomingdales and Bluemercury , will begin the process of furloughing many of it’s over 120,000 employees.While the workers are being furloughed, the company says it still plans to pay health benefits and cover 100% of employee premiums at least through May.They will also be keeping some of their employees to assist them in their e-commerce operations,  distribution and call centers.last_img read more

Rupert reigns in Wales

first_img Tags: Pennard, Rupert Kelock, Welsh Seniors Open 30 Jun 2018 Rupert reigns in Wales England’s Rupert Kellock claimed his first big win with a four-shot victory in the Welsh Seniors Open title in Pennard.Kellock (Sunningdale) was the only player to beat par over 54 holes on the hard and bouncy links course near Swansea, finishing on one-under, despite a triple bogey on the third in the final round.His closest challengers were English senior champion Ian Attoe (Worplesdon), fellow Englishman Tim Whittaker (Beaconsfield) and Nigel Evans of Wales.This was Kellock’s first win outside of club competitions but he finished fifth in the British Seniors last year and fourth in the English Seniors this year to show good form coming into the event.“I took the view that the secret to playing Pennard, which I think took everybody two days to work out, was that you are better off being 100 yards from the green in the rough than 150 yards away in the rough so I took driver on most holes,” said the R&A member.“That made it easier than trying to hit rescue clubs off the tee, I just belted it as hard as I could. The greens are quite small so if you could get on them, you were never too far from the pin.“I had some bad experiences in the rough, but on the whole I drove the ball very well today and yesterday.”Wales Golf championships manager David Wilson added, “Congratulations to Rupert, the only player who managed to get under par on a typical links test at Pennard.“The course was in lovely condition, hard and fast, so thanks to everyone at the club for helping to make this championship such a success.”last_img read more


first_imgBILL NEAL :10—You mark my words, and my words are markable (is markable a word?) Anyway … James Dixon will right the ship and your Pitt Panther Basketball Team will finish strong in the Big East Tournament.:09—New England beats the Ravens. “Quote the Ravens never more.” I picked the 49ers to outcoach the Giants and win a close one. Right result, wrong team! As much as I hate to say it, New England wins another Super Bowl. Brady is on a mission. (However keep in mind I picked the Steelers to beat “Tee-Bow” and Denver … ok so I missed one, shut up!) :08—Speaking of “Your Pittsburgh Steelers,” don’t be surprised to see some major changes on defense. Consider this; James Farrior is 37 years old. He may have to go…leadership and all. Casey Hampton has plugged the middle of that line since 2001 but his recent knee injury and $4.89 million salary may send him packing. Aaron Smith is all broke up, Bryant McFadden may be done here and Larry Foote just might be expendable. The greater part to all this is really about the salary cap. The Steelers are about $25 million over.:07—Soon, very soon a deep voice… well not so deep… well mellow… well not mellow, kind of a soft shout if you know what I mean… anyway the powers that be here at the Courier Office are going to tell me that’s about enough plugs for Chuck Sanders and the Savoy. But for real… for real, fellas have ya’ll been to the Savoy on a Saturday Night and I mean upstairs? Well let me tell you if you have not … make it your next stop!! And do yourself a favor. If you’re married take your lawyer with you mmmmmmaaaannnnn the women are unbelievable. Now what, there it is, Bam!!! Why your lawyer? You can have him call your wife on the spot and say…hello baby…I ain’t never coming home!:06—The Pens are on a five game winning streak … Sidney Crosby who?? (I make it sound like I really know something about hockey huh??):05—Pittsburgh stand up and cheer the Pittsburgh Passion Women’s Professional Football Team and Owner, President and former player Teresa Conn. They are being recognized and honored at this year’s Dapper Dan Awards Banquet celebrating their excellence and ten year anniversary.:04—Movie Review Time, now sit up straight and pay attention:The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo—go see it, slow start, great finish, great mystery, very very dark and edgy, but good. I give it 3 basketballs.There are three reasons you’re going to see Red Tails. #1 it’s a damn good movie, I mean corn bread, fried chicken, mac & cheese the way your grandmama made it and candied yams good! #2 it’s our history, the Black History “they” try not to tell. So we have to go see it and support it so they will keep the history coming out of Hollywood. And #3 George Lucas, the Star Wars Legend and mega billionaire is paying for this out of his pockets to the tune to $150 million!! But that’s not the real point. George is going with a “sister” you know. Her name is Mellody Hopson, the financial expert on ABC Good Morning America. First Paula Patton now Mellody. I ask you my sisters at the New Pittsburgh Courier, what’s up with all these Black women going to rich White men? Not that there’s anything wrong with it!:03—On Jan 23, 1979 the great Willie Mays was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. That’s not surprising. What is surprising is it was not a unanimous decision … huh? C’mon man who ever you were!:02—To no surprise, because she’s a New Pittsburgh Courier supporter and contributor, I am proud to say Joy Woodruff is reading Overtime … and she’s now in the Locker Room.:01—Now we got a party … oops, I mean Par-Tay and this one’s going to be big. It’s The Champions New First Friday Par-Tay—starring national recording artist Artistree on Friday, Feb. 3, at “The Club Health and Fitness” in Monroeville in the restaurant now known as JT’s (He of JT’s Rib Shack in Penn Hills). Now listen, there’s only 200 seats so its first come first seat—cash bar—cash kitchen—free parking—vendors with good stuff to buy—50/50 and prizes and yes The Fabulous Diamond Models—do-not-miss this !! For information, call The Champions at 412-628-4856. Tickets at the door only. $10 admission benefits The 37th Annual Kenny Durrett High School All-Star Basketball Classic Sat—April 7.“OVERTIME”:00—All the respect and love in the world to Joe Paterno and his family—I’ll have my Coach Paterno story for you next week.~ Game Over ~last_img read more