The Ocean City Free Public Library’s website can be accessed at www.oceancitylibrary.org.The Ocean City Free Public Library launched a redesigned website last week, and the new site offers an easy-to-use gateway to all the library’s resources.See the redesigned Ocean City Free Public Library website.John Ruban, head of technology at the library, said the redesign has been a year in the making and started with former library director Chris Maloney and he recognizing that the library’s online catalog and website were a little “stale.”They worked with Delaware.net to provide an updated interface with a look similar to the City of Ocean City’s website. The library spent about $7,000 on the redesign, Ruban said.The new site reflects the extension of a modern library far beyond bricks, mortar and books. OceanCityLibrary.Org, among other things, lets users:Download free music in .MP3 formatDownload books and audiobooks to an eReaderAccess videos on demandSearch the archives of the Ocean City Sentinel-Ledger from 1893 to 2011Search an archive of city documents and City Council minutesSearch online databases for a vast range of information — from genealogy to law to medical data.New features include a home page slider highlighting the most popular website features and a more user-friendly events calendar.
The Metropolitan Police is continuing to investigate incidents of deliberate contamination of Allied Bakeries’ Kingsmill bread, produced at its Orpington plant in Kent.A total of 35 complaints of contamination were made by customers between February 2005 and January 2006. The final one, on January 25, was of fragments of glass in Kingsmill bread. Several incidents of contamination have been ruled out as unconnected to the main case, a spokeswoman said. She said a large number of staff had agreed to give samples of DNA and fingerprints to police, and this screening has now been completed. Enquiries are ongoing.Allied Bakeries said in a statement that, as the police investigation remains ongoing, it would be inappropriate to comment fully at this stage. However it introduced tamper-evident packaging on Kingsmill products earlier last month. The packaging has a modified seal, which means it is easier to see if the bag has been tampered with or not.
Ahead of that the Premier’s Minors are in Munster Final action as they seek to see off the challenge of Limerick.Tipperary boss Liam Cahill has made two changes to the side that beat Clare by four points.The Kilruane McDonaghs pair of Cian Darcy and Darragh Peters come in at right half-forward and left half-back respectively, the injured Stephen Quirke the one to miss out in attack.With Peters pulling on his customary number seven shirt, Kevin Hassett who started in his place in the semi-final switches to the right side for Sunday’s encounter at Semple Stadium.Throw-in is at 2pm and Tipp Fm have full live coverage in association with John Corbett Motorvillage, Thurles. Throw-in is at 4 o’clock this afternoon with live coverage on Tipp FM in association with Mulcahy Car Sales, Ardcroney, Nenagh. Semple Stadium is expected to be packed to the rafters as the home side meet Waterford in the Munster Senior Final.Tipp have made two changes from the semi final team that beat Limerick.Tipp forward John Bubbles o Dwyer is eager to win a Munster senior hurling medal.
Top Stories TEMPE, Ariz. — The fact that it’s possible Antonio Cromartie will play for the Arizona Cardinals Thursday in St. Louis is…well…let’s allow head coach Bruce Arians, who was asked if that’s remarkable, sum it up.“Yeah, after what I thought was a season-ending injury going out on the field last week,” he said. “So yeah, I think somebody smiled over his shoulder, for sure.” The injury happened in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 17-14 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Following a play, Cromartie fell to the ground and, after a few minutes, walked off the field with the help of trainers. From there he was carted to the locker room, and not long after that it was announced in the University of Phoenix Stadium press box that he had suffered some sort of Achilles injury, which would likely sideline him for the rest of the season as well as much of the offseason.However, after the game Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Cromartie’s Achilles was fine, and Monday it was revealed that the cornerback had hurt his ankle. His status for Thursday’s game was clearly in doubt, though after missing practice Monday, Cromartie did a little more on both Tuesday and Wednesday. He’s officially listed as “questionable” for Thursday night.Cromartie said he’s been rehabbing his ankle over the last few days, doing whatever the training staff has asked him to. He’s not sure how limited he would be in a game situation because the Cardinals have not really gone full speed in practice this week, limiting him to mostly running and jogging. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 0 Comments Share When asked if he could play Wednesday night if he had to, Cromartie said he was not sure. The same would apply to Thursday, as he won’t know his status until a decision has to be made.“It’s a possibility,” he said of being ready to go. “I mean, we’ve just got to see how it feels going through the warmups and going from there.”But whether Cromartie plays Thursday or not, the important thing is he did not become the latest Arizona Cardinal to hit injured reserve, which was the original fear.“Man, that was like ‘this can’t be happening’, to be honest with you,” he said of his thoughts when he originally went down and thought it was an Achilles injury. “But I’m fortunate and blessed right now to not have that serious of an injury.“So I mean, I’m definitely thankful and thank my Lord and Savior for that.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact