Farmington Public Schools (FPS) has made some changes to a meal distribution system that has been in place since school buildings closed in mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The next meal distribution will happen on Wednesday, July 8, 9-11 a.m., and only at East Middle School. The weekly curbside distribution will run through August 19, and online registration is no longer necessary.Each package consists of seven ready-to-eat breakfasts and seven ready- to-cook lunches, available only to people who are 18 and under and those 26 and under with a disability. Families do not need to live within the district or be eligible for free and reduced lunches. East Middle School is located at 25000 Middlebelt Rd., in Farmington Hills. Enter the staff parking lot and follow the line around the normal student drop off line. Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
**Sponsored by MDG Flooring America in Medina. Click on the link HERE to browse their site and download their coupon for either $100 off your purchase or 12 months special financing. Whether you need carpet or you need tile, they go the extra mile.**BRUNSWICK, OHIO– The Brunswick Blue Devils fell to the Valley Forge Patriots Friday night by a final score of 27-14. Brunswick falls to 0-3 on the season. Valley Forge improves their record to 2-1 on the season.First quarter highlights: Valley Forge’s DB Michael Miller gets a pick six to give Valley Forge an early 7-0 lead. Brunswick QB Jacob Scherette goes for 16 yards to tie the ballgame at 7. Late in the first, RB Matthias Chmielewski takes the ball to the house for a 46-yard touchdown. Forge would lead Brunswick 14-7 after one quarter.Second quarter highlights: Chmielewski gets a two-yard touchdown to give the Patriots a 21-7 lead. Brunswick would respond as QB Jacob Scherette goes for 11 yards and bring Brunswick within seven. Forge would lead the Blue Devils 21-14 at the half.Third quarter highlights: The third quarter lacks some action. Valley Forge recovered a fumble at midfield. Brunswick’s defense would get a quick three and out.Fourth quarter highlights: You might as well call this the Matthias Chmielewski game. The RB would go to the house one more as he would get a 69-yard touchdown. This would give the Patriots the victory by a final score of 27-14.The Blue Devils struggled again tonight, though the offense was able to move the ball more frequently. The Devils struggled holding onto the ball between costly penalties, and turnovers. The Devils let this one get away from them.“Keep working, trying to get better,” Head coach Mark Pinzone said. “Somehow keep our head up high and stick together. We’re going through that right now. We get one part of our game improved, and then the other one falters. We can’t seem to piece it together. We will get back in the morning and find ways to get better.”Player of the game: RB Matthias Chmielewski: 3 touchdowns, 117 yards (Please note that this stat is based on scoring plays, not overall total.)Follow: @Tim_Whelan216 Tim Whelan Related TopicsBrunswickValley Forge
Weah — who in 1995 became the first and only African yet to win the Ballon d’Or as European footballer of the year and who played for AC Milan, Paris Saint Germain and Monaco — trounced his rival Robert Sirleaf, the son of Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.Weah got 78 percent of the vote in Montserrado county in the December 20 poll to fill half the seats of the Senate. Turnout was around 25 percent, according to the national election commission.The election was originally due to be held in October but was postponed over the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.Sirleaf, who was running as an independent, registered 10.8 percent of the vote.Montserrado county, in northwestern Liberia, is the west African country’s most populous region and home to nearly a third of its population of four million.Liberia tops the number of Ebola deaths in the current outbreak with 3,384 fatalities, but it has seen a clear decrease of new transmissions in the past month.Ebola has killed 7,693 people, almost all of them in the west African epicentres of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.Weah, a popular figure in Liberia since his days as a deadly centre-forward, won the first round of the 2005 presidential election, but lost the runoff to Johnson Sirleaf. A 2011 election campaign was also unsuccessful.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000LIBERIA, Monrovia, December 28 – Liberian opposition politician and former football star George Weah won a landslide victory in Senate elections in Ebola-ravaged Liberia, official results showed Sunday.