Cruise line Virgin Voyages will pitch up at a new, prestigious beach club in the Bahamas as new vessel Scarlet Lady is launched. The brand is taking bookings for the no expense spared yacht, which will make a point of stopping off at the Beach Club at Bimini on every route when it sets sail next year. Passengers who disembark at the picture-perfect location will find themselves immersed in surroundings of plush, tranquil greenery and stunning blue seas. Inside the sun-soaked party hotspot, DJ Mark Ronson – who has collaborated with the likes of Amy Winehouse and Bruno Mars – will be on hand for four exclusive sets. Related articles Floating Festival: All at sea with The Human League, OMD and Andy Bell Cruise crew member reveals what REALLY happens at ship parties There will be hammocks for party-goers to relax onto after a night of dancing, as well as waterfront cabanas, beach bars and a Instagram-perfect lagoon-style pool. Yogis can get their flexibility fix with … [Read more...] about Cruises: Virgin Voyages reveal jaw-dropping Scarlet Lady and Bahamas Bimini Beach Club
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Manitowoc County Circuit Court Felonies Dreyonta Q. Lewis, 27, Waupun, deliver heroin on May 11, 2017, spend one year in state prison, followed by two years of extended supervision with: counseling, AODA assessment, submit to urine screens, pay costs and fees, maintain full-time employment or schooling, have no contact with any known drug users or dealers, submit DNA sample. Joshua J. Krueger, 25, Manitowoc, possession of narcotic drugs on July 13, 2017, sentence withheld, two years of probation with: continue treatment, submit to urine screens, counseling, maintain full-time employment or schooling, pay costs and fees. Joshua N. Huston, 30, Plymouth, possession of THC on July 4, sentence withheld, two years of probation with: AODA assessment, spend 30 days in county jail, maintain full-time employment or schooling, maintain sobriety, pay costs and fees, counseling, submit DNA sample. Damarius M. Cavitt, 21, Manitowoc, deliver THC on March 17, 2017, sentence withheld, two years of … [Read more...] about Manitowoc County For the Record court and public meetings: Jan. 13, 2019
To determine the purchase price of the real estate, divide the transfer fee by 0.003. For example, a transfer fee of $250 would indicate a purchase price of $83,333. Real estate sold at a price of $100,000 would have a transfer fee of $300. Dec. 26 Louis Sieracki to Samuel G. Sikorsky Jr., $192 Renee Thompson to Richard T. and Lynn Wallen, $585 Shoreline Credit Union to Kyle c. Phillips, $216 Russell L. Mraz to Jeremy R. Sonnenburg, $330 Cleveland State Bank to Sack Realty LLC, $6 Michael S. Hei to Brian P. and Gina A. Ruh Revocable Living Trust, $220.50 Richard L. and Yvonne Deering to Kaven Lewis, $251.70 William C. Hasenstein to Montomery Schmitt, $525 Susan Marie Schleis, Catherine Mary Larocca and Kenneth J. Leclair to Jennifer L. Avery, $249 OTHER HEADLINES: Manitowoc South Pier beacon swept away near lighthouse in high waves on Lake Michigan Manitowoc police officer justified in shooting death of crime suspect, DA says Two Rivers police: Gun fired during suicide … [Read more...] about Manitowoc County real estate transfers and homes sold: Jan. 13, 2019
A new year is a good reason to try something different. Here at Lester Public Library and in the other five libraries of the Manitowoc-Calumet Library System (MCLS), we are implementing a new community-wide reading program — MCLS Reads. We are proposing that our entire two-county library system, six communities in all, read the same book. We’ve chosen a book that has a great deal of local relevance, and we hope to inspire some interesting community discussions. The title we have selected is "The Death and Life of the Great Lakes," by Dan Egan. Egan likes to say he may be the only journalist in America whose beat is the Great Lakes. A daily reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Egan reports on everything from invasive species to oil spills to algae blooms. Much of that work — reported for the paper over the course of a decade — made itself into “The Death and Life of the Great Lakes.” Egan’s book is a New York Times … [Read more...] about Manitowoc-Calumet libraries to read ‘The Death and Life of the Great Lakes’ by Dan Egan
It's Christmas again, the time of year when British royals generally step up their round of good work and cheery public appearances before disappearing to private celebrations, far from prying eyes. This year is no different. Routine is built into royal life, especially for senior royals such as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles the Prince of Wales, whose busy schedules are usually laid out for them months or years in advance. Each royal year has a certain rhythm: Easter at Windsor Castle, Trooping the Colour and Royal Ascot in June, the annual eight-week holiday at Balmoral in Scotland in late summer, Remembrance Day in November, and Christmas always at Sandringham House. Sandringham: For the past three decades, the queen has hosted her sprawling family at her private estate in Norfolk for the Christmas and New Year holidays. There they exchange cheap gag gifts and sit down to a black-tie Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning, they have breakfast (the men go … [Read more...] about Royal Christmas: How are Prince Harry, Meghan, Prince William and Kate celebrating?