Facebook Twitter Google+ Since losing to No. 6 North Carolina on Jan. 9, Syracuse has won six of seven games against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents. The Orange has supplanted itself right in the thick of the standings, and faces another conference foe in Florida State on Thursday at 7 p.m.Daily Orange men’s basketball beat writers Jesse Dougherty and Matt Schneidman recap what’s unfolded thus far this season, and preview the home matchup for SU against the Seminoles. Follow along @DOSports for coverage of Thursday’s game and throughout the rest of this season. Comments Published on February 9, 2016 at 11:33 am
As the nation is being forced to comply with Stay-At-Home orders in order to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, domestic violence cases have increased, especially in the Treasure Coast, reports say.Compared to the same time frame last year, between March 6 and April 6, domestic battery cases have increased 18 percent in Palm Beach County, and in the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee counties, domestic violence cases have increased by 79 percent.Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said the increase in cases could be due to a mixture of alcohol abuse, and couples staying home under conditions they are not used to.However, officials at Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse in Palm Beach County, say their hotline calls have stayed about the same.Jennifer Rey, Program Services Director of AVDA says the reason the hotline calls are not going up is most likely because the victims perpetrator is in the home 24/7.Rey said during this time everyone is suppose to stick together.“If you know that something is going on or you suspect it please call law enforcement and have them investigate.”If you are a victim call Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (Palm Beach County) at 1 (800) 355-8547 or SafeSpace (Treasure Coast counties) at 1 (800) 500-1119.