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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A winter storm that had been forecast to bring up to 8 inches of snow to Long Island was pushed south by northerly winds, leaving Nassau and Suffolk with just a dusting.The storm was expected to impact the region through noon Monday, but the Island was spared from the latest round of significant snowfall—although freezing temperatures are not going anywhere for a few days.Temps are forecast to stay in the 20s through Tuesday before reaching above freezing during the day Wednesday through the weekend, then dropping down again after sundown.A slight chance of precipitation, possibly just flurries, is also in the forecast for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. read more
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The home at 83 Andrew Ave, Tarragindi.AFTER 21 years in Tarragindi, the Frizzell family are selling their renovated character home.The four-bedroom property at 83 Andrew Ave is on a 802sq m block and was built in 1948.Tracey and Andrew Frizzell bought the property just months after marrying and have raised their two children in the home.“It was a much smaller home when we first bought it, just two bedrooms and one bathroom with a little office that we turned into a nursery when our first child was born,” Mrs Frizzell said. The home at 83 Andrew Ave, Tarragindi.“We extended the home (in 2002) and it now has four bedrooms plus a study. We took out some walls to make it a bit more modern and let light in.“We also renovated the kitchen four years ago, had the backyard landscaped and put in a fence, electric gate and driveways.”More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mrs Frizzell said her favourite part of the home was the big deck.“I love the beautiful aspect from the deck and the great breezes as well. It’s great for entertaining with friends and family,” she said. The kitchen at 83 Andrew Ave, Tarragindi.“When you walk in the front door it has that nice family home feel. It also has a big backyard, which is great for kids and dogs, and all the bedrooms are on one level and have built-in robes,” she said. “The home’s also is a lovely leafy and green neighbourhood close to the city, motorways, schools and public transport.”The property is being marketed by Cathy Barnes, of LJ Hooker Annerley Yeronga, for offers over $950,000. The deck at 83 Andrew Ave, Tarragindi.The home has a front porch, formal living and dining rooms and an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that opens to the deck.The master bedroom has built-in robes and an ensuite, and the three other bedrooms have built-in robes. There is also a study space and a family bathroom.Downstairs there is a laundry, double lockup garage and large storage space.Mrs Frizzell said the home was perfect for families. read more
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One of the sponsors of the fifth annual Grenville Felix Memorial cycle race, which is set for today, favours last year’s winner Paul De Nobrega.Speaking at the launch of the event on Thursday, Rawl Grenville said De Nobrega has something special in his opinion. “I follow his exploits, as he has been riding in Georgetown and other places. I think he can do it, but it is not easy competition with the guys who will be coming, so he better be prepared,” he said, while adding that he would be delighted to have to buy a new trophy next year.The lien trophy remains with the club and the first person to have their name inscribed on it three times will be able to take it away.According to Grenville, each year they try to offer better and more prizes for the race. He noted that while his father could not be regarded as a cyclist, he was an ardent fan of the sport and, in fact, repaired cycles for some of Guyana’s national riders.Organiser Randolph Roberts, who is also the Coach of the Flying Ace Cycling Club (FACC) thanked the family and said he was looking forward to a good competition.“On behalf of the Flying Ace Cycle Club of Berbice, I would to extend gratitude to the Felix family for coming on board for the seventh annual Grenville Felix Memorial cycle race.”He noted that it was the biggest race on the Club’s annual calendar of events.The race is held in honour of the late engineer who passed away five years ago at the age of 96. Felix, who was one of Guyana’s first and oldest engineers at the time of his passing, worked with Bookers and the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) in Guyana and various parts of the world.The first two editions were held in honour of his birthday. The race was changed to a memorial event after he died. The event is expected to pedal off from his former residence at Canefield, East Canje, Berbice, proceed to the Number 51 Police Station before turning back to finish at its place of origin.The race will roll off from Betsy Ground Village in East Canje, the birthplace of the late Grenville Felix; however, the starting flag will be down at Canefield in front of the house where he lived.The race is open to both national and international cyclists and prizes will be awarded to the first 10 finishers, the first four club cyclists, the first three juniors and the first three 12-14 riders. There will also be 10 sprint point prizes up for grabs.Meanwhile, the sponsors have arranged a special prize for the first juvenile to cross the finish line.The race is expected to pedal off at 13:00h. (Andrew Carmichael) Grenville Felix Memorial cycle race… read more