Governor Wolf Visits Juniata, Union County Companies, Highlights Economic Growth and Workforce Development

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter July 26, 2018 Economy,  Press Release,  Workforce Development Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf visited two central Pennsylvania companies, Champion Modular, in Juniata County, and Playworld, in Union County that received support through the administration’s workforce and economic development programs.“It’s wonderful to see the incredible work being done at these facilities and I’m proud that the commonwealth has partnered with businesses that are committed to investing in their employees and their local communities,” said Governor Wolf.The first governor’s first stop was at the home manufacturer, Champion Modular, in Juniata County, a company that was supported through a 2016 project with the Governor’s Action Team. Through this project Champion was able to reopen a vacant manufacturing facility, rehire many of the workers, and invest in the region’s local economy.The governor’s second stop was at the playground equipment manufacturer, Playworld, in Union County. Supported through the commonwealth’s incumbent worker training program, Playworld has trained more than 250 workers over the past few years.center_img Governor Wolf Visits Juniata, Union County Companies, Highlights Economic Growth and Workforce Developmentlast_img read more

Man implicated in Berbice double murder turns self in

first_imgRomeo Deonarine who is believed to have been wanted for questioning in relation to the recent double murder in Berbice turned up at the Whim Police Station with his attorney.On Monday, Police issued wanted bulletins for 28-year-old Yougendra Jeenarine of Lot 439 Bush Lot, Corentyne, Berbice and his 32-year-old accomplice, Kelvin Shivgobin, of Belvedere, Corentyne, Berbice, in connection with the murder of Harricharran and Premcharran Samaroo, which occurred on December 31.However, the men had already been taken into custody before the wanted bulletins were published and broadcast. In fact, the men were in custody for more than 72 hours.Jeenarine was arrested on January 3 and was taken to the New Amsterdam Hospital to see a doctor on Saturday after he had told his lawyer, Chandra Sohan that he was beaten by the Police. Shivgobin, the second suspect, was arrested the following day.Following the incident on December 31, Police were able to arrest one suspect who was able to provide limited information.It was reported that on the night in question, the now dead brothers were imbibing with Deonarine along with a cousin who had arrived in Guyana from the US.Reports are that Deonarine left the house before the electricity went out. It is believed that he might have orchestrated the robbery-murder.Investigators were able to identify Deonarine in a photo taken at the home hours prior to the incident.The suspect, who is said to be from Bush Lot, Corentyne, has been implicated in several other robberies on the Corentyne.He, along with others, was last month granted bail on an armed robbery charge.last_img read more