We are investigating this with the State Attorneys Office and other agencies, Chitwood said Monday. Also involved in the query are the Florida Agency of Health Care Administration and the states Department of Children & Families. Shelisha Coleman, a spokeswoman with AHCA, said Monday that its not against the law for sex offenders to live in a health care facility or nursing home, and it is not the facilitys responsibility to notify prospective residents that sex offenders live among them. They are however required to provide proper supervision (of the sex offenders) to ensure that their other residents are safe, Coleman said. But the health care facility has not been the most forthcoming about its records or its patients. We are still trying to get a list of all their residents, the chief said.
Boiling Springs to welcome new EMS base - Local - The Shelby Star
A new EMS base will open in Boiling Springs next week. Medic 14 is moving to a new location, 650 McBrayer Homestead Road, and a grand opening is set for Aug. 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. The site is the former home of the Boiling Springs Rescue Squad. Reader comments posted to this article may be published in our print edition. All rights reserved. This copyrighted material may not be re-published without permission. Links are encouraged.
A damp and cool Monday: Jim Teske's Forecast - LocalSYR.com powered by NewsChannel 9 WSYR Syracuse
Rain will begin to ease later in the day. Here are the weather headlines for the start of the new work week: A damp day Monday. Rain could fall hard at times, before it then rain eases a bit this afternoon. Clouds and rain will keep temperatures in the 60s Monday Sunshine and drier air moves in for Tuesday. Unsettled after Tuesday for the rest of the week A deep area of low pressure down at the ground (by late July standards) is tracking across central New York on Monday. Widespread heavy rain is moving across area currently, but will begin to ease a bit during the afternoon. Eventually the rain will taper off, sometime in the evening, as this low tracks north and east. Heavy cloud cover is keeping our temperatures about 10-15 below normal for the end of July. We are only holding in the 60s today. It looks like a break from rain on Tuesday as some drier air moves into New York State. Even with some sun, temperatures will remain cool. For the rest of the week our weather will be dominated by a trough of low pressure in the upper atmosphere over the Northeast and Great Lakes. This will lead to daily chances for showers and thunderstorms from Wednesday right through the weekend. It wont, however, rain all of the time. Temperatures will return close to normal towards the end of the week, with highs in the upper 70s to near 80.