IndianaLocalNews (95.3 MNC) A 32-year-old LaPorte man died in a car crash Wednesday.Matthew Moore’s pickup truck left the roadway and hit a utility pole and a tree, before rolling over and colliding with a fence.Moore was trapped inside the truck and pronounced dead at the scene, said police, who were called shortly before 3 a.m.An investigation revealed Moore’s truck was traveling north on Hitchcock Street when it crossed the center line and left the west side of the roadway.Police were called to the area north of Earl Road. Michigan City police are unsure if alcohol or drugs are involved. The investigation is ongoing. Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp By Network Indiana – November 13, 2020 0 891 Google+ LaPorte man killed in crash in Michigan City Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Facebook Google+ Previous articleCOVID numbers climbing sharply, locally and around IndianaNext articleBoil order over in Benton Harbor Network Indiana
Swiss bakery group Aryzta has lifted European revenue, boosted by a reorganisation of its bakery and food solutions arm.Its European revenue increased 14% to €1.5bn (£1.2m), and the company invested €100m in expanding its bakeries, for the year ending 31 July 2014.This is part of the company’s Aryzta Transformation Initiative (ATI), a three-year plan launched in 2011, which focused on improving its supply chain to become a “leading international bakery company”, said the firm.The company has also created a single separate ‘to-go’ market sales strategy as a result of the ATI.Commenting on the results, Owen Killian, Aryzta chief executive said: “Aryzta has delivered a strong performance for FY 2014.“Our alignment with the requirements of major food corporations will facilitate long-term growth, while the creation of Aryzta Food Solutions will bring value and differentiation to independent customers.“Aryzta remains financially disciplined and very cash generative, which will support continued investment and sector consolidation.”Cuisine de France, part of Aryzta AG, has recently announced plans to roll out 180 refreshed in-store bakery packages in a rebranding project.
Martin Dunne helped himself to a nine-point haul as Cavan dumped Armagh out of the Ulster SFC with a 1-15 to 1-11 victory at Breffni Park. All but one of Dunne’s magical scores came from play on an afternoon when he could do no wrong. Cian Mackey cracked in a Cavan goal to give his side a 1-6 to 0-4 lead, and they led by seven points early in the second half, but an Ethan Rafferty goal narrowed the gap to a single point. However, the Orchard were unable to press home the advantage, and were caught by a series of counter-attacks, punished by the in-form Dunne. First-half goals from Cathal Carolan, Enda Varley and Donal Vaughan propelled last year’s beaten All-Ireland finalists into a 3-9 to 0-6 interval lead. Galway had skipper Gareth Bradshaw and midfielder Niall Coleman sent off early in the second half, and the rout was completed by Andy Moran, who marked his return from long-term injury with Mayo’s fourth goal as they ran out winners by 4-16 to 0-11. Mayo handed out a humiliating 17-point defeat to arch rivals Galway in the Connacht SFC at Salthill. Press Association