Andrew Ford and Ken Serrano Asbury Park Press Published 1:18 PM EST Nov 21, 2018 COLTS NECK TOWNSHIP, N.J. — The brother of a man found dead along with his wife and two children at a burning mansion here was charged Wednesday with aggravated arson and accused of trying to burn down his own home with his wife and two daughters inside, police charging documents show. Paul J. Caneiro, 51, was arrested in connection with a fire the same day at his home in Ocean Township, about 10 miles away from his brother's place, according to Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. Caneiro's house was lit afire Tuesday morning, seven hours before his brother's Colts Neck Township house went up in flames. His immediate family was not reported injured. But Keith Caneiro, 50; his wife, Jennifer Karidis Caneiro; and their two children, whose names have not been released, were the apparent victims of a quadruple homicide, according to law enforcement. The bodies of Jennifer … [Read more...] about New Jersey mansion fire: Victim’s brother charged with arson
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Despite New York City's tough reputation, it appears to have been out-negotiated by Virginia's Arlington County in the 238-city frenzy to snare Amazon's HQ2. That heated competition ended with the announcement Tuesday of two winners for the $5 billion development prize. Each location will get 25,000 jobs with six-figure salaries. Arlington promised $550 million in subsidies for its, while New York will shell out three times that amount. New York state is kicking in $1.5 billion in direct tax credits, $10 million in job-training costs and -- as skeptical Twitter users noted -- the cost of a corporate helipad for the Long Island City site. "Incentives are highly contentious today, but we call them a necessary evil," said John Boyd, principal at the Boyd Co., a site-selection firm that advises companies and municipalities. He pointed out that Amazon passed up a nearly $8 billion subsidy package just across the river in Newark, New Jersey, in favor of Long Island City, in the New York … [Read more...] about Can New York make back its Amazon investment?
Amazon has officially revealed Long Island City, in New York, and Arlington, Virginia, as the locations for its new headquarters, bringing an end to a year-long contest to host the retail giant. Amazon had initially been expected to choose just one site for a second headquarters, but in recent weeks it had appeared to be leaning more towards two, reportedly after having grown frustrated at the fact there wasn't a suitable single candidate. The two headquarters, based in New York City and Arlington, will house 25,000 workers each, and will receive a portion of the $5bn (£3.9bn) funding. Amazon currently has just one headquarters, in Seattle. Amazon also said it will create more than 5,000 jobs in Nashville, Tennessee, at a new operations center. Chief executive Jeff Bezos said: "We are excited to build new headquarters in New York City and Northern Virginia. "These two locations will allow us to attract world-class talent that will help us … [Read more...] about Amazon unveils New York and Virginia as new HQs
Amazon has decided to split its new headquarters between New York City and a Washington suburb in Northern Virginia, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday night. An official announcement from the online retail giant is expected as early as Tuesday, the newspaper said, quoting people familiar with the issue. After a year-long search in which more than 200 cities wooed the web giant for the project -- and the treasure of jobs, development and tax revenue it will bring -- Amazon opted to divvy up its so-called HQ2 between the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens in New York and the Crystal City area of Arlington, Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington. Reports to this effect first ran last week in the Journal and in The New York Times. As many as 50,000 jobs would be divided evenly between the two cities, according to these reports. The Journal last week quoted an anonymous source as saying Amazon decided that dividing its second headquarters between two locations would … [Read more...] about Amazon picks New York, suburban Washington for new, split HQ: WSJ
There’s a very simple recipe for making a decent Spider-Man game, or at least there seems like there is to people who think that making games is simple. First, it needs to be open world. Not even open world, just open Manhattan, a city that has been accurately recreated in games so many times now that I know it better than the inside of my own mouth. The game should also recreate the three things that make Spider-Man cool and interesting: his ability to swing around on his webs like an urban Tarzan while rousing music plays, his penchant for making lame jokes during fights with disgruntled scorpion-men, and his habit of webbing up entire school buses of orphans mere seconds before they careen off the side of a suspension bridge and into a barge full of oblivious, sightseeing nuns. With the exception of the nuns (and that’s only barely), Insomniac’s new Spider-Man game nails all of this. Marvel’s Spider-Man is, pretty effortlessly, the greatest Spider-Man game … [Read more...] about Marvel’s Spider-Man review: Insomniac’s web-slinging open world brawler is Spidey at his absolute best