• 🌱 Master Gardeners Beautify Hiram + Summer Switch Hangout | Dallas, GA Patch

    by admin on 2022-06-16 07:42:49

    Hello again, neighbors! It's me, Sean Peek, your host of the Dallas-Hiram Daily. Here are all the things you need to know about what's happening in town...

    Very warm with periods of sun. High: 96 Low: 76.

    Here are the top five stories in Dallas-Hiram today:

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  • NEWS GOOD DEEDS: Metro Meals on Wheels delivers independence | Food & Drink | idahopress.com

    by admin on 2022-06-16 07:35:29

    A member of Metro Meals on Wheels receives her delivery for the day. The nonprofit delivers 1,500 meals each weekday to seniors around Ada County, plus 1,000 frozen meals on Friday so that members have food for the weekend.

    Part of what Metro Meals on Wheels does is check in with members

  • Michigan Fire Marshal offers safety tips for Memorial Day Weekend – Daily Tribune

    by admin on 2022-06-16 02:07:58

    The Michigan State Fire Marshal’s Office is offering up some hot tips to help keep Michiganders safe this Memorial Day Weekend.

    According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), between 2014-2018 there were an annual average of 3,900 home fires with 80 civilian injuries, th

  • Valley News - Jim Kenyon: One Vermont Marine, and the people left behind

    by admin on 2022-06-15 21:06:03

    Jim Kenyon. Copyright (c) Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

    Marine Staff Sgt. Devon Harrison waits to play taps at the burial of Marine Lance Cpl. Jeffery Holmes in the Vermont Veterans Cemetery in Randolph

  • Toronto Life

    by admin on 2022-06-15 21:05:56

    By Roxy Kirshenbaum |  April 25, 2017

    Kirsten Clayton, a real estate agent, and her husband Joel, a sales manager, both work from home. Until recently, things were a little cramped: Kirsten had been using a room in their 2,200-square-foot Junction home as an office, while JoelR

  • Toronto Life

    by admin on 2022-06-15 21:05:54

    By Roxy Kirshenbaum |  April 25, 2017

    Kirsten Clayton, a real estate agent, and her husband Joel, a sales manager, both work from home. Until recently, things were a little cramped: Kirsten had been using a room in their 2,200-square-foot Junction home as an office, while JoelR

  • Gran ends up with swollen face after face-planting in toilet at bottomless brunch

    by admin on 2022-06-15 21:05:10

    A gran ended up with a massive swollen face and concussion after she face-planted in the loos at a bottomless brunch.

    Nat Cooper, 43, even wore sensible flat sandals for the meal at Chapo's El Campeon in Ashton, Makerfield, last Saturday [11], for her birthday.

    But after two 'big b

  • Business Roundup: Working remotely while traveling the U.S. inspired couple to open Ramona Workspace - Ramona Sentinel

    by admin on 2022-06-15 21:03:38

    Ramona residents Holly and Phillip Burger realized how convenient it is to work remotely while running their own business and traveling the country in a fifth-wheel camper.

    With COVID shutdowns, that awareness led to an epiphany: Why not open a “coworking space” to provide flexible o

  • Couple falls in love, builds Saratoga County contracting business

    by admin on 2022-06-15 16:26:09

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    Darcie and Mark Burroughs, who run the construction company, Steel Pines, pose for a photo outside a horse barn on their property on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, in Edinburg, N.Y.

    Darcie Burroughs works at the computer as her

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