GREENSBURG – A new survey by Movoto Real Estate has named Greensburg the eleventh safest city in Indiana.Rankings were based on places in Indiana with a population of 10,000 or more, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. The real estate group then gathered crime data reported to the FBI in 2012 and calculated crime rates per 100,000 residents.According to the website, Greensburg had 1,274 crimes per 100,000 residents in 2012. 990 were crimes against property and 284 were categorized as violent crime.The top 10 safest cities in Indiana were as follows:City of ZionsvilleCity of CarmelTown of FishersTown of St. JohnCity of JasperCity of Crown PointCity of WestfieldTown of BrownsburgTown of ChestertonTown of MunsterRanked number 11, Greensburg was the only Southeastern Indiana location included in the report of 62 Indiana cities.
Accra Hearts of Oak has named Coach Daniel Tettevi as the club’s replacement for Abubakar Damba, whose contract was terminated last Friday due to a lack of competence. Tettevi spent eight years at the club as a player in the 1980’s and was the regular goalkeeper when Hearts of Oak reached the semi-finals of the African Cup Winners Cup in 1982.The new trainer, who holds a Certificate in Basic Coaching, cut his coaching teeth at the Heart of Lions Junior side in 1999 before quickly moving on to Mampong-based Pras FC. He has also had stints with Network F.C, an academy side at Kaneshie, as well as Zaytuna FC. He is expected to start work on Tuesday, 15th January, 2013, as the team resumes training after a week break.“I am confident to work with my former club and am appealing to the supporters of the club to be patient for us the technical team to succeed,” he told JOY Sports.In a related development, the appointment of Team Manager Patrick Madjitey has been terminated. His functions have been transferred to Logistics Officer Nat Ofosu, with the position renamed “Welfare Officer”. These changes were not made lightly or spurred by any impropriety on the part of the affected officers. Rather, they are part of a carefully conceived restructuring exercise that is expected to bring a fresh burst of energy and synergy to the technical department.