7 Ways Pandemic-Living Is Impacting The Housing Market

With everyone spending more time at home than ever before, the role of “home” is dramatically increasing in importance both in terms of functional and emotional roles of our lives. As our homes evolve into the place for everything, my research team

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Douglas parents raising money to build playground at Schultz Park, Beery Field

Carolyn Muyskens
| The Holland Sentinel

DOUGLAS — A group of parents in Douglas are ramping up fundraising efforts to buy playground equipment for Schultz Park and Beery Field, in the hopes of installing the first pieces this summer. 

The group aims to raise about $320,000 in total for new, accessibly designed play structures for different age groups at the two parks, from a tot lot for toddlers at Beery

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Two Men, Two Decades, No Evidence

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Curtis Flowers’s day typically began around 4:30 a.m., when a prison guard slid a breakfast tray into his cell. The tray often included a biscuit, potatoes, oatmeal or grits — “a bunch of starch,” as Flowers said to me recently, with

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About Santa Monica Travel & Tourism

Santa Monica Travel & Tourism (SMTT) is a private, non-profit corporation formed in 1982 and is funded by the City of Santa Monica’s general fund and the Tourism Marketing District assessment. Under contract to the City of Santa Monica, the purpose of SMTT is to promote Santa Monica as a conference, business and leisure travel destination. As a sales and service organization, SMTT acts as the marketing representative for local

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Deaths highlight once-in-a-decade Rockies avalanche danger


This image provided by Colorado Avalanche Information Center shows an avalanche that killed an unidentified snowboarder on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021, near the town of Winter Park in Colorado. The deaths of two Colorado men caught in avalanches and a third in Montana over the frigid Presidents Day weekend underscore the danger of backcountry conditions in the Rocky Mountains, where skiers and snowboarders risk triggering exceptionally weak layers of snow

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Ohio State cancels in-person classes Tuesday for snowstorm, campus remains open

Ohio State canceled in-person classes for Wednesday ahead of a snowstorm. Online and virtual classes will occur as scheduled. Credit: Mackenzie Shanklin | Photo Editor

Students will not have to make the treacherous journey to Ohio State’s campus Tuesday as snow and ice continue to blanket Central Ohio.

Online and virtual classes will continue as planned and the Columbus campus will remain open, the university announced in a buckeye alert

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Designer offers insights on items to have during pandemic

Stuck inside and going nuts? We’re with you.

Winter is hard enough as it is, but with COVID-19 restrictions in the mix, it can be hard to come up with new ways to enjoy time cooped-up. Fortunately, interior designer Alice D’Andrea has some ideas for items for the home that will entertain as well as bring the whole family together.

EXTRA REFRIGERATOR FOR BEVERAGES. A freestanding refrigerator is a great

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