Guns and children

A child in a casket is any parent’s worst moment and greatest loss. A child behind bars is any parent’s fear. And now there are two South Florida families facing those devastating scenarios. All because a loaded gun seems to have been left accessible to a 15-year-old boy. Lourdes Guzman-DeJesus was on a private school […]

Help by a Hour, or Less

Lynne Sladky/Associated Press Most home health aides are hired for a smallest four-hour shift. Here is a splendid thought that ought to spread: You call your home caring group and contend we will need your mother’s assistance for a normal dual hours on Monday and Wednesday, though for usually half an hour (to expostulate her […]

Jewelry’s money value donated to Capitol

The Capitol Theatre is removing closer to a $125,000 idea with assistance from a span of earrings and a bracelet. Karen Carbaugh, bookkeeper for a Capitol Theatre Center, donated a money value from a span of 14K bullion earrings and a bracelet she had taken in to Ludwigs Jewelers. “The earrings were focussed and they […]

It’s Too Bad This Insanely Light Dining Table Is Also Insanely Expensive


Andrew Liszewski View Profile Twitter Google Plus RSS One of the few non-kitchen related tasks on Thanksgiving involves prepping the dining room table with inserts or expansions to accomodate extra guests. But why wrestle with heavy slabs of lumber when this lightweight table made from carbon fiber, kevlar, and titanium can be set up and […]

Family Finds Stability, but No Furniture, After a Fire

Carolyn Cobbs and her sons, Jahci, 11, and Jaire, 10, were getting ready to go to Grant Park, near their home in Yonkers, where the boys would play. Her daughter, Madison, 6, was visiting a friend. The building superintendent just had to finish unclogging their tub, and they would be on their way. As Ms. […]

Catholic Charities raises idea as partial of ‘Giving Tuesday’ effort, seeks donations

Catholic Charities of West Tennessee has assimilated a “Giving Tuesday” inhabitant transformation on Nov. 27 by environment a idea of assisting 1,300 Memphis-area families during a holiday season. To that end, Catholic Charities is soliciting gifts and supports to support a annual Gifts For God’s Children program, pronounced Michael Allen, boss and CEO. Specifically, a […]

Thanksgiving Day draws some shoppers

The shoppers come out mostly during night. By a early hours of many Black Fridays, thousands of people have typically alive parking lots and shoved sell employees to a side in hunt of bargains — since that’s when a best deals are offered, and since there is still some shame about selling on Thanksgiving Day. […]

Big rise in children missing from care homes

The figures indicate that rising numbers of vunlerable children are at risk of sexual exploitation and drug addiction. The Ofsted report found that the number of new households prepared to adopt a child has increased by nine per cent this year. But the number of children to “going missing” from foster homes has also increased, […]

Shoppers flock to the Fashion Outlets Thursday to kick off holiday shopping season

Niagara Gazette — For some, Black Friday is a fantastic experience. Those were the people that showed up to take advantage of some sales at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls late Thursday night. Though the notion of Black Friday being on Friday appears to be dead as more and more large stores open their […]

A lesson on how fashion affected human history

It’s always fun to find a book that is one-stop holiday shopping for both newcomer and expert, especially when the book is full of history and photographs. Susan Brown, a consultant with the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, edited the coffee-table book “Fashion: The Definitive History of Costume and Style.” For anyone with a casual […]