Twitter South Bend Police Transparency Hub upgraded to include residents’ suggestions By Jon Zimney – December 1, 2020 0 295 Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleGas prices to hover around $2/gallon mark in IndianaNext articleOpportunity to comment on plans to build new I&M lines, substation for South Bend Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Google+ WhatsApp Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC The South Bend Police Department Transparency Hub has been upgraded to include suggestions from residents.Mayor James Mueller says the enhancements were made to help build greater trust with the community.The updated Transparency Hub adds a new incident map, which allows residents to view recent crime data and filter by incident type, date, time of day, and more.The hub has also been expanded into multiple pages that focus on Community Compliments and Complaints, Group Violence Intervention, and officer recruitment data.It is also now compatible for viewing on smartphones.The Transparency Hub can be reached by visiting https://southbendin.gov/police-transparency. Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Google+ Twitter Facebook Facebook
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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Since opening its doors in Manhasset on June 19, 1973, nuBest Salon and Spa has provided several generations of customers with a combination of exceptional service and unparalleled quality, combined with an experience that includes the latest, cutting edge trends in beauty and fashion.Celebrating its 45th year in business this month, the two generations of family at the helm of nuBest continue to provide a diverse customer base from across Long Island, New York City and beyond with the same winning combination that is key to its long success.“This is Michael’s legacy,” Christian Fleres, nuBest artistic director/colorist, says, referring to his uncle, Michael Mazzei, the salon’s founding owner. “There’s something to be said for being in business for 45 years and still be considered cutting-edge.”Mazzei is one of the most beloved and well-respected individuals in the professional hair care industry. His vision of beauty and avantgarde approach to style has inspired stylists from all over the world. He has been instrumental in defining modern hair for men and women. Mazzei and his collaborator, Leland Hirsch, also developed ARTec Worldwide, an innovative global hair care brand that was purchased by L’Oreal in 2002.“Celebrating nuBest’s 45th anniversary feels like a dream,” says Mazzei. “I am so proud of what my family and I have been able to achieve with nuBest. We have created a community for our clients, with the help of some of New York’s best stylists.”Michael’s son, Jamie Mazzei, joined his father in the business about 30 years ago and serves as creative director and senior stylist. Michael’s nephew, Vincent Cascio, also joined the business about 30 years ago and serves as senior stylist, too. Their clientele has included countless celebrities who have pampered themselves at nuBest over the years, including Lance Bass and Joey Fatone of boy band ‘NSYNC.But bringing in big names isn’t necessarily the endgame. Mazzei’s ultimate goal is to make every single client feel like a high-profile glamorous superstar. nuBest stands out from competitors on numerous levels.“We change our uniforms every six months,” Fleres says. “It’s not just about your hair. It’s an entire experience that we’re selling.”Although nuBest’s customers used to be mostly women, it’s now close to 60 percent female and 40 percent male.“There’s a lot more men that come in and have their cut, as well as other services on a regular basis,” including hair coloring, than was the case several years ago, Fleres says.NuBest has also become more social media-driven in recent years, he adds, explaining that to “attract a lot younger clientele, you have to move with the times.”“Everything here is always evolving,” he says. “From the design of the salon to the way that we do hair to the way that everything is followed.”The Manhasset location on the Miracle Mile has also been a key to nuBest’s success. Noting that it’s “very centrally located,” near the beginning of Nassau County and end of Queens, Fleres says the Gold Coast location adds to the diversity of nuBest’s clientele and helps keep it “very family oriented.” At the same time, “it’s not that far away from Manhattan” and “we have the Long Island Rail Road that’s walkingdistance,” he says, noting some clients come in from the city… and even as far away as Connecticut.As the business celebrates its milestone anniversary this month, he adds: “We really strive to be at the forefront of the industry. We’re constantly working on different things to improve ourselves. A lot of times, people kind of stay stagnant. But we really understand the fact that you have to move with the times.”nuBest Salon and Spa is located at 1482 Northern Boulevard in Manhasset. They can be reached at 516-627-9444 or nubestsalon.comLeft to right: Jamie Mazzei, Vincent Cascio, Michael Mazzei and ChristianFleres mark 45 years of nuBest.
BOYD, Texas (Aug. 7) – To absolutely no one’s surprise, Jason Howell was happy to see the Sprint Series of Texas pay a return visit Friday to Boyd Raceway.Howell motored from 10th starting to win his third IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Car tour event of the season. The defending champion had also taken the checkers when the SST opened at his “home track” back in April.“I took the outside line to get to the front and passed teammate Danny Merrell on the bottom to take the lead about midway,” said Howell. “Luckily, there was enough room for me down there.”Merrell ended as the runner-up, close enough to keep Howell from feeling comfortable as the 20-lapper wound down.“I felt like second place was right behind me,” Howell admitted. “I ran like a dog with it’s tail stuck between his legs.”Cody Whitworth was third and Michelle Melton took fourth.Point leader Dustin Woods, another teammate of Howell’s, borrowed his father’s car and finished fifth after engine problems during hot laps.Feature results – 1. Jason Howell; 2. Danny Merrell; 3. Cody Whitworth; 4. Michelle Melton; 5. Dustin Woods; 6. Russell Shoulders; 7. Drew Wright; 8. Adam Barr; 9. Mike Herring; 10. Reagan Reed; 11. Corey Minor; 12. Jerry Hammock; 13. Ed Keaton; 14. Josh Hanna; 15. Matt Holt; 16. Gary Kelley; 17. Mark Klis Jr.; 18. Matt Etzelmiller; 19. Kenny Venable; 20. Kenny Elwood.