The newest edition of the Monrovia Visitors Map is now out, making way-finding and navigating around the capital city a whole lot easier for business visitors and tourists in 2014. The first 5,000 copies of the 2014 edition are available now throughout Monrovia. Seven full color maps of metropolitan Monrovia, including Congo Town and Paynesville, make up this pocket-sized essential guide, which features over 100 hotels, bars, restaurants, suppliers and shops, as well as Government agencies, hospitals, embassies, places of worship and other essential information for visitors. From bakeries to building suppliers to beach resorts, the Monrovia Visitors Map shows the best of the city. The 2014 edition is the biggest yet, featuring all of Bushrod Island for the first time, as well as Mamba Point and Central Monrovia, Sinkor, Airfield, Old Road, Congo Town, Paynesville, ELWA, and the RIA Highway. There are also detailed maps of the Broad Street business district and Tubman Boulevard in Sinkor as well. Produced in partnership with the telecom operator Cellcom, over 10,000 printed copies of the Map are given away for free in Monrovia throughout the year.Along with the printed edition, the Map is also available to download for free from www.monroviavisitorsmap.com which has a both a high- and low-bandwidth version. The new high-bandwidth webpage now has a brand-new interactive feature with additional information on featured businesses. “Over 10,000 tourists were recognized as visiting Liberia in 2013—an increase of more than 70% over the past few years. Whether people are visiting for business or pleasure this map will help them find the best that the city has to offer” says Larissa Clark, Business Development Manager for the map.”It’s an exciting new edition that reflects the growth of many fantastic service providers that visitors need to find easily whether it’s a place to sleep, eat or shop during their visit to Monrovia – whether they stay a week or six months!” says Matthew Jones, Co-Founder of the Monrovia Visitors Map.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
– City News Service160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – A rare September storm moved out of the Southland on Saturday night, leaving behind mudslides, flash floods, and vehicle mishaps. The storm also caused scattered power outages in many parts of Los Angeles County, many due to lightning and the fact that it was the first rain in Los Angeles since April. By this evening, electricity had been restored to more than 125,000 of the 128,567 Southern California Edison customers who lost power during the rainstorms, said SCE spokeswoman Mashi Nyssen. As of 5 p.m., 1,078 customers were still affected by SCE power outages, she said. Neighborhoods affected included Torrance, South Los Angeles and Arcadia. “The first rain of the season is always a little difficult,” she noted. The slow-moving storm originated in British Columbia and is also bringing lower temperatures that will linger into next week. The heaviest rain fell in the mountains and valleys. As of 5 p.m., the National Weather Service had recorded 1.3 inches near in the Sepulveda Canyon, 1.18 inches in Newhall and 1.03 inches in Van Nuys. Today is expected to be partly cloudy in the morning, clearing in the afternoon with highs in the upper-60s to mid-70s.
Comhghairdeas lenár n-imreoirí faoi aois uilig a bronnadh boinn agus duaiseanna orthu in Áislann Rann na Feirste Dé Domhnaigh. Is ócáid iontach tábhachtach seo don chlub agus tá muid sásta an t-aitheantais a thabhairt dóibh don obair uilig a chuir siad isteach i rith na bliana. Bhí tráthnóna iontach againn uilig agus ba mhaith linn ár mbuíochas a chur i iúl do Chiarán Campbell, cathaoirleach bord minor an deiscirt a bhí i láthair le cupa na craoibhe faoi 14 a bhronnadh ar chaptaen na foirne, Shane Ó Baoighill.Tá an club fíor bhuíoch do lucht bainistíochta agus daoibhse uilig a chuidiú le cluichí agus traenáil faoi aois ar dhóigh ar bith i rith na bliana.The Bord na nÓg AGM will take place on Sunday 22nd November at 6pm in the Clubhouse and we ask for anyone interested in helping in any way to come along. The senior board of the club will hold it’s AGM on Sunday 29th November at 7pm also in the clubhouse.The Naomh Muire calendar is now on sale in all local shops. It is full of club photographs and at €10 makes a great Club momento for the whole community as well as our overseas friends throughout the upcoming 2016.Tickets for the upcoming dance show, Rí Rá go on sale this Saturday, 14th November. They will be available in Siopa Chroithí, The Cope in Anagaire as well as other local shops. A second night, Friday 27th November has just been announced. This first night will be the Premiere and will have child friendly admission price of €10 with Adult tickets, €15. Saturday night will be Adults only. Jigsaw Donegal are our partners in the event which is our part in highlighting where help and support is available in the promotion of positive Mental Health. Rí Rá 2015 is a positive initiative and great credit in advance is given to the 28 young dancers, their tutors and the local organisers who are doing trojan work. Please support Rí Rá 2015.Convoy beat our under 13s in the county semi on Sunday. The boys put in a good battling performance against a very good Convoy side. Our lads did extremely well to get to this stage and they can be proud if their efforts.Well done lads.GAA NEWS: NAOMH MUIRE CALENDAR NOW ON SALE FOR JUST €10 was last modified: November 11th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAASport