How a Boston Woman Ended Up Owning RI’s ‘Conjuring’ House

Jacqueline Nuñez was sitting on the couch in her Boston home on a lazy Saturday morning, sipping coffee and watching TV when something happened that thrust her into the limelight of the paranormal world. She was checking trends on Google when her phone blew up with story after story that …

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This Forgotten Automotive Pioneer Changed Car History – But He Kept Changing Lanes

Charles B. King had a simple dream. It was about movement. It was a matter of velocity. It was a way of life that changed the way of life for everyone in the bustling and growing city of Detroit. Historians speak of Henry Ford’s influence, but few remember the king. …

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Overland Park, Kansas 2020

Overland Park began as a vision that came to fruition with the purchase of a large piece of land on an old military road outside of Kansas City. William Strang had one goal: to develop a “like a park” city ​​which has been well planned with an excellent education and …

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KC-area football coach charged with sexually assaulting student

A Pleasant Hill High School assistant football coach has been charged with sexually assaulting a student. Bigstock A former paraprofessional and assistant football coach at Pleasant Hill High School is facing nine felonies after a 16-year-old student reported he repeatedly sexually assaulted her. Justin E. Kerscher, 29, of Kansas City, …

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Bobbi-Anne McLeod: Hundreds line the streets of Plymouth for the funeral | Plymouth

Hundreds of mourners lined the streets of Plymouth for the funeral of murdered teenager Bobbi-Anne McLeod as city leaders acknowledged more needed to be done to keep women and girls safe. McLeod’s favorite music – alternative rock – was played at the service in the town center of St Andrew’s …

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Steve Kerr condemns senators for inaction on guns

A visibly angry and shaken Steve Kerr on Tuesday night condemned senators, particularly Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, for failing to act on gun legislation, hours after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in the West Texas town of Uvalde. “When are we going to …

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Editorial: A Charleston Electric Car Offers Exciting Possibilities; not all are good | Editorials

We’re happy to report that when a local entrepreneur recently unveiled a new form of transportation to slowly guide tourists through downtown Charleston, city officials quickly noticed he had the cart before the horse. . Literally and metaphorically. We generally welcome the innovative energy of the private sector; one of …

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Non-profit organization raises money to restore historic 1872 Oxnard Farm

Once surrounded by fields of barley, lima beans and sugar beets, Oxnard’s historic Gottfried Maulhardt/Albert Pfeiler farm site has fallen into disrepair. The Oxnard Historic Farm Park Foundation is hosting a fundraiser June 4, 2-7 p.m., to restore the 1870s farmhouse and convert it into a museum. “It’s a difficult …

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Christian Watson’s Makeup and His NFL Journey

GREEN BAY — Noah Pauley’s sacks had barely touched the ground as the 2022 NFL Draft was about to begin last month. Returning from a recruiting trip to Texas, the North Dakota State wide receivers coach made a point of being in front of his television to see where his …

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Save money on fuel with a horse-drawn carriage

SCHUPBACH, GERMANY (AP) — Stephanie Kirchner’s commute to work has gotten longer but, she says, cheaper: She left her SUV at home and switched to real power. Kirchner, 33, a stud farm owner and horse trainer, said she decided “it can’t go on like this” after fuel prices spiked following …

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Clorus P. “Corky” Johnson, 84, of Watertown

Clorus P. “Corky” Johnson, 84, of Watertown, died May 19, 2022 at Carthage Area Hospital.(Source: Funeral Home) WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Clorus P. “Corky” Johnson, 84, of Watertown, died May 19, 2022 at Carthage Area Hospital. Mrs. Johnson was born on December 4, 1937 in Watertown, the daughter of …

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I was treated by pedo football coach Barry Bennell at Butlin’s

DAVID Lean was just 12 when he was cared for at a holiday camp in Butlin by pedophile Barry Bennell. Using his position of trust as a youth football coach, the shameless predator managed to convince the boy’s oblivious parents to let him stay at his home, where he sexually …

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Chippewa Valley Theater Guild Hosts 11th Annual Fairy Tale Ball

CLEAR WATER, Wis. (WEAU) – An Enchanted Night Full of Disney Characters aims to raise money for children’s art programs in the Chippewa Valley. The Chippewa Valley Theater Guild held its 11th annual Fairytale Ball on Friday night at Florian Gardens in Eau Claire. The magical night was full of …

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Inside the seven quirky properties with prices from just £75,000 including a church, shed and Dutch barge

HAVE YOU EVER dreamed of owning a luxury home to live out your celebrity fantasies? Well, look no further. When it comes to finding your forever home, you don’t have to buy a standard two-bedroom house. 15 We bring together properties for sale that are out of the ordinary for …

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Banks must act now to manage the effects of climate change

By Peter Grant, President and Chief Commercial Officer of OakNorth Credit Intelligence There will continue to be a symbiotic relationship between climate change, credit risk management and commercial lending in the future, and banks across the United States, and even around the world, are keeping a close eye on this. …

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North Stonington to Lease Gallup House to US Coast Guard Member | North of Stonington

NORTH STONINGTON — A push to convert the John Dean Gallup House space into a cultural center run by non-profit group Milltown Arts has gained momentum in recent weeks, and members of the Board of Selectmen voted on Monday in favor of approval of a short-term lease while volunteers explore …

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After missing the playoffs, Golden Knights coach fired Peter DeBoer

Weeks after the Golden Knights missed the playoffs despite going all-in, Peter DeBoer is no longer their head coach. The Golden Knights “relieved DeBoer of his duties” on Monday. Probably the most interesting part of a canned quote from general manager Kelly McCrimmon was “…after much discussion over the past …

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‘Emotional’ moment Queen’s face lit up when she saw Lady Louise getting into Philip’s carriage | royal | News

Lady Louise, 18, was among the performers at the first major event to celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. The Queen was seen emotional as her granddaughter led a parade of horses in a carriage owned by the late Duke of Edinburgh. Speaking on Good Morning Britiain about the touching moment, …

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The quiet Essex life of TV chef Jamie Oliver and the bizarre mystery of his £6million mansion

Jamie Oliver leads a very quiet life in Essex with his family. Jamie and his wife Jools live in a mansion, known as Spains Hall in Finchingfield, Essex, with their five children Daisy Boo Pamela, Poppy Honey Rosie, Buddy Bear Maurice, Petal Blossom Rainbow and River Rocket. The family have …

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Beautiful period country house with its own bathing lake for sale in Somerset

A beautiful and unique six-bedroom country house with its own bathing lake has come up for sale in Somerset. The beautifully named Thornfalcon near Taunton is a magnificent farmhouse which has undergone a major 10 year restoration program by the current owners. It’s gorgeous inside, with great country chic interiors …

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“I tried to look inside one of London’s 13 mysterious green huts where only taxi drivers are allowed” – Amber-Louise Large

If you’ve done your share of walking around London, chances are you’ve seen a green shed or two. What you might not know, however, is that there are only 13 of these hangars in the city and they are top secret structures. Sheds are part of the Cabmen’s Shelter Fund …

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The Japanese have theirs, we will soon have ours

It’s about commuting to work and back! Urbanization around the world has spawned transportation systems ranging from bicycles to horse-drawn carriages, buses, cars, trains. The ultimate in trains being the “Bullet” trains which first appeared in Japan in 1964. As a general rule, a journey should not last more than …

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This barn has achieved LEED Platinum with its Zen design

The Zen Barn by Christopher Simmonds Architect is a house located in a historic area of ​​Ottawa. It has achieved LEED Platinum status for homes while maximizing a casual, modern style. The second floor cantilevered over the first floor to shelter it from the sun, while a recessed courtyard allows …

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Accommodation and vacation rental plan for The Talbot Hotel, Chipping

An abandoned 19th century village pub is set to be transformed into a grand home and vacation rental. Business was last conducted at the Grade II listed Talbot Hotel in Chipping in 2004, with the building having been empty ever since. Earlier this year a planning application was lodged with …

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Queen’s health questioned across UK on eve of Jubilee

On Thursday, she opted to visit her horses privately rather than attend the first day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show. She was expected to make the short drive from Windsor Castle to the fairgrounds to watch her horse, First Receiver, compete in a series of thoroughbred qualifiers. The show …

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Commission continues public hearing on construction proposal | Top stories

MIDDLEBURY – The Planning and Zoning Commission, meeting on Thursday, May 5, held a public hearing for an application that proposes a new two-story, 16,000 square foot commercial building at 1625 Straits Tpke. Project Manager Emily Jones, PE, Civil One, Woodbury, represented the plaintiff, Middlebury Edge LLC. She described the …

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SCSD PE Teacher buys a house for a homeless family of 8

SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) – When physical education teacher Maryam Ek Kaufman, Coach Ek, returned to her gymnasium at Dr. King Elementary School after winter break, she saw new faces in his class. Six to be exact, all siblings. “I notice they’re behaving really well, but you know they have something, …

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The Queen delegates the opening of Parliament for the first time

LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II delegated one of her most important public duties to Prince Charles on Tuesday, underscoring the increasingly central role the heir to the crown plays as his mother prepares to celebrate. his 70 years on the throne. Charles presided over the State Opening of Parliament …

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East Cambridgeshire Planning Inquiries Week ending May 10

Various applications have been submitted to East Cambridgeshire District Council, with some decisions taken this week. The list of applications received is below. Two sycamores re-topped at eight meters to maintain the trees in the garden. 43 Orchard Way, Burwell, Cambridge, CB25 0EQ To cancel the tree protection of the …

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Kalona Chamber welcomes new staff | Radio KCII

Kalona Chamber welcomes new staff | KCII Radio – The one to rely on Photo courtesy of Kalona Chamber of Commerce The Kalona Chamber of Commerce has a friendly new face in the office. Heather Kemp has joined the …

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Stay off the road, vehicles you can’t drive on the streets of Utica

Following repeated complaints from local residents, the Utica Police Department recently conducted a detailed investigation of motorcycle and ATV enforcement, primarily in the North and East Utica areas. Five dirt bikes were seized. 12 tickets were issued and two misdemeanor charges were brought. According to the police, three minors were …

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This $11 Million Mansion in Toronto Is an Architectural Marvel

While there are certainly bigger houses and more expensive houses in Toronto, many of these houses seem to flaunt their wealth to the face like a member of TikTok Hype House. 40 Rosedale Road is the opposite of that – it’s quietly luxurious. But make no mistake, it’s still a …

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deolali camp: Deolali camp plans Tonga for tourists to ride the wave of nostalgia | Nashik News

NASHIK: The Deolali camp cantonment area, which still retains its old-world charm, plans to bring back another bygone favorite – the tonga, or famous horse-drawn carriages – to boost tourism in the region hill town. “There is a continuous flow of tourists in the Deolali camp area. The Tonga service …

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Bristol houses for large families | Local News

Want luxury? Don’t miss this one! This historic mansion is truly one of a kind! Dating back to 1842, this grand estate is outfitted with 7 large bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and over 20,000 square feet of finished living space! Boasting an incredible amount of charm and character; This home was …

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A third-grade class visits the Henry County Historical Society Dr. Bloomfield Home and Carriage House Museum | Advertisement

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Dallas Mavs Bench fined $25,000; Coach Jason Kidd Says NBA ‘Wrong’: Playoff Tracker

The Dallas Mavericks have been connected to a number of different players in the league amid rumors and NBA trade speculation, including Jerami Grant of the Detroit Pistons, Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers, John Collins of the Atlanta Hawks, and more. And then there’s the NBA Playoffs, and so …

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DNA Studies of Gaillard Tomb Remains Reveal Compelling New Information | News

The scientific research and discovery launched in 2013 by the defunct Gullah Society after the remains of 36 people who were probably enslaved were discovered near the Gaillard Center are bearing fruit. The information is so convincing that articles have been published in prestigious scientific journals. The researchers studied not …

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Retired Thoroughbreds Live Golden Years at Kentucky Farm

At Old Friends, a farm embodying a cultural shift in horse racing, a 75-year-old finds joy and purpose Michael Blowen founded a Thoroughbred retirement farm in Kentucky, which is now home to Derby-winning Silver Charm. (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post) GEORGETOWN, Ky. — At this forward-thinking farm, the oldest Kentucky Derby …

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Boston Victorian Reveals Dazzling Museum Inside

From the outside, this home on the market for $999,000 in the Hyde Park section of Boston is just a traditional Victorian home. However, photos of the interior reveal a dazzling array of sculptures, original paintings, books and figurines filling every room. From a room with shelves full of statues …

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Georgian homes on South Shields’ Beach Road become homes again, 200 years after they were first built

South Tyneside Council’s planning department recently registered an application for 1, 3 and 3a Beach Road. The Grade II listed properties occupy an end-of-terrace location close to the junction of Beach Road and Fowler Street. Numbers 1 to 23 Beach Road were built as Ogle Terrace on land owned by …

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Edgartown: What a welcome gift

Hooray, hooray, May Day. I sit down to begin this week’s column after an incredibly warm and beautiful first day of May. I was fooled into thinking sunny mornings meant warm temperatures last week, so I was careful when I went out this morning. What a welcome gift the warmth …

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Gold Coast’s disused monorails are set to become holiday accommodation in NSW

After gathering dust in a storage yard for five years, Broadbeach’s former monorails could be well on their way to a new role as holiday accommodation after a private buyer expressed interest in buying them. Key points: The Broadbeach Monorail opened in 1989 and was decommissioned in 2017 Current owner …

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‘Majestic’ Grade II listed mansion with medieval history in the market

A ‘stately’ Grade II listed property with fascinating medieval roots has hit the market in Keynsham. Chewton Place is a stunning country house on the River Chew, midway between Bristol and Bath, with a rich history dating back centuries. The estate also includes a pavilion, a chalet and a shed …

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I had never heard of this newcomer to Utah who wanted to run for the United States Senate.

I had never heard of this newcomer to Utah who wanted to run for the United States Senate. (Ira Schwarz | AP) President Ronald Reagan receives a jacket and autographed football from the nation’s champion college football national team coach, LaVell Edwards, head coach of the Brigham Young University Cougars. …

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Putting Kids First Event Raises $175,000

PAL benefit honors John Van Dongee and first responders KENNETH SONG / NEWS-PRESS PHOTOSAttendees check out gift packages and other items available for a pre-dinner silent auction during the 22nd Annual Police Activities League Putting Kids First at the Santa Barbara Carriage Museum on Friday. The Police Activities League of …

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Inside Belvoir Castle’s newly refurbished guesthouse with “a touch of Bridgerton”

Visitors to Belvoir Castle can enjoy a luxurious night at Vale House, a boutique guest house that has just reopened after a refurbishment. The guest house is located at the foot of Belvoir Castle, in the craft village Engine Yard with its independent shops, bar and restaurant. The striking pink …

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How Australian surf culture became the envy of the world

“It was a way to escape the city and the boring nine-to-five routine, live in cheap roommates and surf whenever they wanted.” With rent spread $20 per weekshared among many housemates, and vegetarianism the standard food choice, all most local surfers had to find was around $10 a week to …

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Man charged in buggy crash that killed couple and injured 8 children

FARMVILLE, Virginia (AP) – A Virginia man is facing charges in an accident with an Amish horse-drawn buggy that killed a Cumberland County couple and injured their eight children. A Cumberland County grand jury on Tuesday indicted Mickel Bates, 60, of Farmville, on two counts of manslaughter and reckless driving …

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Raymond N. Baron, 86 | Obituary

LACONIA – Raymond Nelson Baron, 86, of Shore Drive, died Thursday, April 28, 2022, with his family by his side at Goldenview Healthcare Center, Meredith. Ray was born August 27, 1935 in Lawrence, MA, the son of the late Frederick Baron and Rosa (Guillemette) Baron. Ray attended Central Catholic High …

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Capall na nDeor of the Glen Community Center on Northland Road

The horse, called Capall na nDeor or the “Horse of Tears”, was made by the Men’s and Hen’s Shed at the Glen Community Centre, staffed by weaver Brendan Farren. Maurice Bowe is the volunteer director of the Glen Community Center and runs the Men’s and Hens’ Sheds. He said: “The …

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County Lines: Lompoc woman sentenced for shocking robbery victim in the face with stun gun |

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Lompoc woman sentenced for shocking robbery victim in face with stun gun A Lompoc woman was sentenced to a year in prison last week after pleading no contest to charges related to a June 2021 incident in which she shocked a female victim in the face with …

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Former Mizzou trainer Gary Pinkel recognized at Missouri Capitol

JEFFERSON CITY — A voice sounded from the back of the Missouri House chamber as members headed forward to vote. “MIZ,” came the familiar challenge. As the votes were cast, the hall rang with the chorus. “ZOU,” thundered in the room. House Representatives voted Wednesday on a resolution to honor …

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The fall of the euro and the pound sterling continues

Insight: Russia’s decision to cut off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria and the sharp sell-off in US stocks yesterday clouded markets today. But not the dollar. The euro broke $1.06 for the first time in five years and the greenback rose against the yen after falling to a seven-day …

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The queen is a stark reminder that she is in the final years of her reign

We earn a commission for products purchased through certain links in this article. The Queen is in the “final years” of her reign, royal expert Duncan Larcombe has warned pointing to the stark recall. The Queen is resting ahead of her exceptional Platinum Jubilee celebrations which will take place over …

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Oakville Restored Carshed Celebrating Grand Opening

By Gene Pereira Published on April 26, 2022 at 11:27 am Local residents can celebrate the newly restored Oakville Museum Coach House at the official grand opening on May 14. OAKVILLE CITY IMAGE Oakville’s rich history has a recently restored home. Local residents are invited to come celebrate the city’s …

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Nebraska football head coach Scott Frost gives his final thoughts on the spring

Nebraska football coach Scott Frost was on Sports Nightly on the Husker Radio Network to discuss spring football post by post and also touched on new coaches. He dialed in on the NU defensive line, talked about some improved players, and hit the quarterbacks. The Huskers’ defensive line has been …

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The Boulder Bridge House celebrates its 25th anniversary

Over the course of 25 years, Bridge House has changed its name and location. It recruits new general managers and adjusts its programming. But through all these changes, Bridge House has remained simple: the organization is there to help people. The nonprofit serves people who are homeless, largely through its …

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3 children and 1 man died in North Philly home fire

Three children and a man believed to be their father were killed early Sunday morning in a house fire in North Philadelphia, authorities said. Heavy fire was visible from both floors of a two-story townhouse on the 3200 block of Hartville Street in the Kensington section of the city when …

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The dragon slaughter returns to Trafalgar square

The dragon slaughter returns to Trafalgar square London, April 23 (UNI/Xinhua) London’s historic Trafalgar Square became a sea of ​​red and white on Saturday as thousands gathered to celebrate England’s National Day. It was the first time the square, one of the UK capital’s main sights, has hosted St George’s …

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A Yorkshire wheelwright builds a Victorian omnibus in his shed to complete the final 15-year project

It was a project that was to fuel a passion, and then a career, as one of the last wheelwrights in the country fixing those old carts and carts. Now, after lockdown had the chance to finally complete a project he started 15 years ago, he has made his own …

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10-acre gated estate at Alamo listed for over $17 million

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) — A 10-acre gated estate in Alamo is listed at more than $17 million. The property located at 322 Lark Lane is offered at $17,750,000. The property has three homes: the main house, the coach house, and the tennis house, according to the Lake Ridge …

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Rival gangs post grim graffiti making ‘Mr Flashy’ a ‘rat’ as Finglas drug feud looks set to explode

The enemies of drug dealer “Mr Flashy” have joined forces and are now trying to drive his associates out of the northern suburb of Finglas. Our exclusive image shows the sinister ‘Mr Flashy’ ‘a rat’ graffiti that was displayed in the Berryfield area of ​​Finglas this week following the murder …

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For less than a million dollars, a vibrant Victorian in Hyde Park

Kelly Garrity – Boston.com correspondent April 21, 2022 9:33 a.m. From the outside, the property with white and black shutters 87, rue de l’Enfant in Hyde Park looks like any other antique home in the city, albeit a bit more substantial at 4,395 square feet. Once through the lilac-hued double …

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Basketball star Aaliyah Gayles seriously injured in Las Vegas party shooting – NBC Los Angeles

Two adults and two minors were injured when shots were fired following an argument at a house party, North Las Vegas Police Sgt. Vince Booker said Monday. The Las Vegas Review-Journal, citing unnamed sources, identified the most seriously injured person as Aaliyah Gayles, an 18-year-old basketball star at Spring Valley …

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Queen staff are doing everything they can to ensure she attends the Epsom Derby as part of Platinum Jubilee celebrations

ALL stops are being made to ensure the Queen can attend the Epsom Derby on her Jubilee with the aim of making the ‘ultimate end of the fairy tale’ come true. The traditional pattern of her visits has been abandoned and every effort is being made to minimize pressure on …

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Garden Club meets and tours the grounds of historic Houmas House | Ascent

The Gonzales Garden Club met for a business meeting, lunch and garden tour on April 6. The annual flower show has been postponed until next year. Vice President Mary Jo Pohlig reported on preparations for the upcoming Gonzales Centennial celebration. She met with Scot Byrd, administrative manager, at Jambalaya Park …

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Bradley Wiggins claims he was sexually groomed by trainer as a teenager | Bradley Wiggins

Sir Bradley Wiggins has alleged he was sexually groomed by a trainer when he was 13. Wiggins, the first Briton to win the Tour de France and a three-time Olympic champion, said he had “buried” what had happened because he had no one to turn to at the time. “I …

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Cornell Ag Connection: If you want to help a horse | Opinion

April 26 is National Help a Horse Day – an initiative launched in 2013 by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) to create and educate about ways to better care for these often-loved animals and promote the protection of neglected animals. and abused horses across …

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The best hotels in London and the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Sion TouhigGetty Images It has already been a year of ups and downs for Britain’s longest reigning monarch. In February, Queen Elizabeth quietly ushered in her platinum jubilee – 70 years on the throne – by issuing a statement on the eve reaffirming her commitment to lifelong service. But while …

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Boston College Men’s Hockey Head Coaches: Mike Ayers and Brendan Buckley

As we continue to search for candidates who could potentially replace legend Jerry York behind Boston College’s men’s hockey bench, two names that have been around for a while will likely have a chance to interview: associate head coaches Mike Ayers and Brendan Buckley. Ayers has just completed his eighth …

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How sweet it is | Organizers gear up for the 75th Annual Pennsylvania Maple Festival | News

MEYERSDALE, Pa. — The sweet goodness of Somerset County maple syrup will be on display at the 75th Annual Pennsylvania Maple Festival. Billed as the sweetest festival in Pennsylvania, the event will take place April 23-24 and April 27-May 1 at venues around Meyersdale. Many activities will center on Maple …

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Top 10 Things to Do and See in Connecticut Arts and Music April 17-23 – Hartford Courant

Dance in warmer weather with a favorite “RuPaul’s Drag Race”, a Broadway favorite and a carnivorous plant. Two internationally acclaimed movement/dance troupes that have called Connecticut home for decades, Momix and Pilobolus, are both having performances in the state this week. Between them, they elevated body clinging, sliding, clumping, climbing …

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Spas and wellness retreats have a new audience: the pandemic-weary

After two years of isolation and the anxiety that comes with it, many of us need a head-to-toe realignment. “There has been so much disconnection over the past two years that there is now a mental health epidemic,” says Anna Bjurstam, who leads the wellness program at Six Senses Hotels …

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Finglas priest saw ‘too many murders’, funeral of gunshot victim hears

Dozens of bikers staged a show of force at the funeral of 29-year-old James Whelan (aka Whela), who was shot dead in an alleged gang feud in Finglas, north Dublin. Bikers did donuts, wheelies and spins before, during and after Mr Whelan’s funeral at River Mount Parish Church in Finglas. …

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The curse of Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, from the messy divorce to the tragic suicide pact and the star who ‘attacked a blind pregnant woman’

THE nation was stunned when Paddy Doherty, his family and friends burst onto our screens in My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. Channel 4’s show about the traveling community first aired in 2010, and it was so groundbreaking that two full series followed, along with spin-offs and an American version. 8 …

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What’s the Matter – April 2022

For April, what’s the matter, Roland chatted with the director of the large local construction company Nicholson Construction, Richard Nicholson. Photo: SUPPLIED What is your name? Richard Nicholson. What is your occupation? Director at Nicholson Construction. What brought you to Ballarat? My mother! I was born here in 1968 at …

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Autism Expo opens new doors for families | Local

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Noah Howarth sat down on a couch with his peers to escape the excitement and noise of vendors in the auditorium. His mother, Kristin Howarth of Queensbury, approached him with a single-page framed poem. Howarth said his 18-year-old non-verbal or “unreliable” son wrote a poem with the …

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Port Coquitlam will stop illegal floodplain suites

More “bonus rooms” to convert to living space in new home construction as Port Coquitlam moves to restrict what can be built on the floodplain. Owners of massive homes being built in Port Coquitlam’s floodplain will not be allowed to turn downstairs space into rental rooms and suites under the …

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Stitch Fix Stock: All Downhill From Here (NASDAQ: SFIX)

Kong Ding Chek/E+ via Getty Images Sometimes big, innovative companies that quickly attract consumers in their early days can become more of a niche novelty. This is the case of Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX), fashion e-commerce company that is known for having personal stylists who send customers a “Fix” with …

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East Side Historic Joseph Cooke House hits the market for $2.795 million

Sunday, April 10, 2022 GoLocalProv and Residential Property Content Partnership View larger + East Side Historic Joseph Cooke House PHOTO: Residential Properties Residential properties offer one of the largest homes in Providence. Located on the east side, this home offers five bedrooms and 5.1 bathrooms and over 5,600 square feet …

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Heritage-listed Brisbane home Dovercourt will get a new lease on life

Perched on a hill and looking towards the lights of the CBD, a piece of Brisbane’s great history is slowly being brought back to life as a family home. The heritage-listed 1860s brick Dovercourt House has long dominated Sherwood Road in Toowong as one of Brisbane’s grand mansions. But over …

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Free tree seedlings will be available at Clark, Garwood

CLARK/GARWOOD, NJ – In an effort to bring more greenery to the area and celebrate Arbor Day, residents can get five bare root seedlings for free at Clark and Garwood. The New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign helps communities restore tree canopy damaged or destroyed by Super Hurricane Sandy. To date, …

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Revised plans for historic Leeds building apartments need approval | Yorkshire Property News

Previously delayed plans to redevelop a historic building in Leeds to create new apartments have been revised and are now recommended for approval. Belmont House Development Ltd, backed by Johnson Mowat and Shaw & Jagger Architects, submitted an application to Leeds City Council in Spring 2021 for the redevelopment of …

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Sydney News: Royal Easter Show marks 200 years of history

Here’s what you need to know this morning. The rain is easing but the risk of flooding remains Residents of Woronora were among those ordered to evacuate.(ABC News) Thousands of people forced to evacuate their homes due to extreme weather conditions are waiting to be released. Several flood evacuation orders …

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Delton Lake Historic Home Being Moved | Events in Wisconsin Dells

John GITTING A historic Lake Delton house – the last remnant of the future town of Newport – is being relocated. Dawn Manor, which was built in 1855 by Captain Abraham Vanderpoel, a lumber businessman and signatory to the Wisconsin Constitution, is to be moved, according to Lake Delton Village …

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Tom Ferry’s Coach Simplifies Agent List of Technical Systems Agents Need

There are many systems out there for real estate agents – lead generation, lead management, deal management, business intelligence – to name a few. As real estate agents, our lives are filled with technological systems. Statistics indicate that the average agent uses between three and nine systems just to juggle …

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Reflections on domestic life | Columnists

Thoughts on domestic life… There are four of us in the opulent residence we call the Gardens of the East: the beautiful co-conspirator wife, the boy, the girl and your servant. The Eastern Gardens consist of • a lower spa level and the housekeeper’s work area (the basement) where I …

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Dame Joanna Lumley faces backlash from angry farmers after warning of ‘animal cruelty’

Lumley, a vegetarian for over 40 years, said the meat and dairy industries as “the greatest source of animal cruelty on the planet”. Dame Joanna Lumley has been pushed back by angry farmers for speaking the truth about animal farming. The acclaimed actress gave a talk to a packed theater …

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Free landscaping webinar offered

March 26, 2022 Television images of the devastation in Ukraine are particularly painful for a Mount Airy resident who is originally from that country and still has relatives there who are struggling to survive the Russian invasion. “I have a heavy heart of mourning for all the Ukrainian people who …

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Historic Homes You Can Own in the Charlottesville Area | Local News

With a stately Greek Revival mansion dating from circa 1904, set on 763 acres of Virginia’s finest countryside, Greenfields exemplifies an era of elegance and dignity in American history. The meticulously updated 8,600 square foot residence exudes southern character and charm with a grand central hall floor plan, sophisticated yet …

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The Great Chillicothe Fire of 1852

Around noon on April 1, 1852, the Great Fire of Chillicothe broke out in John Watt’s cabinet-making shop at the southwest corner of Walnut and Water streets. The fire alone wouldn’t have resulted in one of the city’s biggest disasters, but it was more than that. The wind was strong …

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Coach Rich Hill strives to reach the top of Hawaiian baseball | Sports

What was once known as Rainbow Stadium had been home to University of Hawai’i baseball since 1984. For much of its history, all it knew was success with head coach Les Murakami led the baseball program from 1971 to 2000. In the nearly three decades, Coach Les took the Rainbows …

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Ellie’s Furcast: Horse Drawn Carriage Co.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — If you’ve ever spent a day in downtown Anchorage, chances are you’ve seen giant black horses trotting through the streets, giving people carriage rides. These horses are owned by a man named Jon Nauman, who says he spent his retirement “riding”. “I love all horses as …

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Carriage House and Parkhurst Funding Debate | Winchester

WINCHESTER – Town Meeting recently approved $57,000 to fund architectural and engineering consultancy services to eventually renovate the Carriage House so it can be used as the location for the school department’s central office. This spring, the City Assembly will be asked to fund the actual repair of the shed …

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News and notes after opening Cold Ones in James Franklin’s basement

Editor’s Note: This story is part of Onward State’s April Fool’s Day series. It is satirical, intended for entertainment and should not be taken literally. All quotes were made for the purposes of this article. By Ryan Parsons and Will Pegler Remember when James Franklin offered to have a few …

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What were the first electric cars? History and evolution

When you hear the phrase “first electric cars,” you might think of the Tesla Roadster or the Nissan Leaf. But the first electric cars in the United States were built before 1900, survived for another three decades, and then ceased production in the 1920s. For electric vehicles to succeed today, …

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His proposed $60 million detention in legal jeopardy, Lafayette demands more state money

The essential: The Lafayette Consolidated government is once again at the bottom of the state for the $60 million Bayou Vermilion flood control project currently halted by court order. LCG requested $23 million in the 2022 state budget, in addition to the $27 million granted last year. Catch up, quickly. …

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