first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),So glad she was found and is safe! Image via Dunkirk Police.UPDATE: Police say the missing vulnerable adult, Frances Galofaro, has been located safe.ORIGINAL REPORT:DUNKIRK – Police in Chautauqua County are looking for a missing 85-year-old woman who may have Dementia.The Dunkirk Police Department says they are attempting to locate Frances Galofaro. Police believe that Galofaro left the City of Dunkirk at approximately 10:15 a.m. Tuesday morning.Officers say she has been experiencing dementia type symptoms over the past few days.They believe Galofaro may be headed to Wellsville via I-86. Relatives think that she could be in the area of the Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Wellsville.Galofaro is operating a gray colored 2014 Chevrolet Malibu bearing New York Registration BBZ-7184.If she is seen, police say call 911 or contact the authorities closest to her location. Those with information are asked to contact Dunkirk Police at (716)-366-2266.last_img read more

first_img 40SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details There comes a time in many organizations where employee enthusiasm takes a dip. It could be after a major milestone or achievement where staff feels content and comfortable. Or, it could be due to low office morale caused by a variety of potential factors. Before your staff hits a rough patch and excitement takes a plunge, take these three actions to prevent office disengagement.Team transparencyWhether you lead a team of 5 or 25, keeping an open line of communication and transparency between you and your employees is critical. Ask your team for their feedback and touch base about what’s working and what’s not. Creating this transparency generates trust and helps staff members feel they not only have a voice, but also that what they communicate is valuable. When you are transparent and communicative, you are opening the door for employee action and enthusiasm by demonstrating your willingness to be approachable and receptive.Employee empowermentEvery team member regardless of his or her role within the company should feel encouraged and inspired. To create this office culture, leaders must work with their team to create a vision for the company. Once this vision is established, communicate to your team the role each employee will play in making it a reality. When employees understand their value and that they are needed to meet the company goals, they will have a sense of pride that will drive them to succeed. Empowering your team to work together toward a common objective will lead to increased engagement and excitement.Interesting incentivesYou know your team has the potential for success and the tools necessary for strong job performance.  So, don’t lose your trust in their abilities. Sometimes when apathy appears, it’s time to take it to the next level and offer some real office perks. If your company can’t afford to provide monetary incentives, find other ways to get them going. Hold office contests to encourage friendly competition where winners receive a coffee gift card or an afternoon off. Incentives not only promote a more fun work environment, but also demonstrate your desire to maintain a connected and ambitious team.last_img read more

first_imgEngland began their preparations for the World Cup with a victory over Nigeria at Wembley.Gareth Southgate’s side controlled the first half after Gary Cahill gave them an early lead with a powerful header.Then Harry Kane doubled their advantage with a drilled shot near half-time, as the visitors struggled to cope with England’s clever movement.Nigeria improved after the break with Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi scoring, whileGary Cahill headed the hosts into a seventh-minute lead from Kieran Trippier’s corner, the Chelsea defender eluding all of those bedecked in Nigeria’s eye-catching colours. After a week of being subjected to media scrutiny for his choice of tattoo and subsequent late arrival at the team’s training camp, Raheem Sterling – who was booked for diving in the second half – had a sight of glory soon after the opener, but he miscued when one-on-one. Despite seeing Sterling spurn another couple of promising openings, England did double their lead before the interval when captain Harry Kane’s low drive squirmed underneath Francis Uzoho. Nigeria halved the deficit two minutes into the second half courtesy of Alex Iwobi’s cool finish after Odion Ighalo had struck the upright. But Gernot Rohr’s men could not force their way through again and England improved their record at Wembley to just one defeat in the last 21 matches.Raheem Sterling was booked for diving. Southgate, who was an unused substitute when England last met Nigeria at the 2002 World Cup, handed Jordan Pickford a start in goal, but the Everton goalkeeper was largely a spectator in the first half. The home side won an early free-kick and Trippier’s strike forced a smart stop from Uzoho. But it was from the resulting corner that England took the lead, Cahill leaping to powerfully head home Trippier’s outswinging delivery. Sterling had a chance to write some more positive headlines when he raced through from Dele Alli’s pass, but his finish was wayward.  The Manchester City star – who netted 18 Premier League goals for the 2017-18 champions – teed up Ashley Young for another England chance in the 19th minute, but his close-range effort was blocked and smuggled to safety.  A rapid counter-attack saw Sterling sent scampering into the box by Young, only for the former Liverpool winger’s decision-making to let him down as he failed to pick out a team-mate. Another opening came and went as Sterling fired over the crossbar before Kane got the second, his skidding effort somehow sneaking past the goalkeeper.  The Super Eagles needed a second-half response and quickly delivered after a change of shape to match their opponents, Iwobi side-footing in after Ighalo’s shot came back off the post.  Sterling went in the book for taking an unnecessary tumble in the box and Eric Dier rose to head wide as England sought to reassert themselves. Ultimately Southgate’s charges did manage to restore order, holding onto their advantage with relative ease as the likes of Marcus Rashford, Danny Welbeck and Ruben Loftus-Cheek were afforded some game time late on, while Fabian Delph got his first international outing since 2015. England will now seek to make it 10 unbeaten when they face Costa Rica, while Nigeria take on Czech Republic on Wednesday ahead of their big-kick off against Croatia in a fortnight.last_img read more