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Shelter provides dogs with big, comfy chairs to make them feel at home

Buckmaster, who is 71 years old, credits a dog named Buster Brown with inspiring the shelter to give chairs to dogs. Well, what she really said is, “It was kind of Buster’s fault.” Buster Brown got adopted as a puppy. But his adoptive mom and dad got divorced, and about a year and a half ago Buster found himself back at the Knox County Humane Society. Buster didn’t seem to mind so much being back. In fact, Buckmaster said, “he loves it at the shelter.” Except that Buster absolutely refused to go into a kennel. He insisted on staying up in front with the shelter’s staff. And more than that, he…
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Rooter Ranger is Offering 24/7 Plumbing Services in Anaheim and Chandler

​Rooter Ranger is a plumbing service company that is growing very rapidly throughout the United States. This customer-based business has made it their business to solve all their clients’ drain cleaning and plumbing issues. Because they use a very personal approach to service their clients, Rooter Ranger is quickly becoming a household name when it comes to drain and plumbing service. Their customers are satisfied and they keep coming back. They also refer other clients to Rooter Ranger as well. A manager at Rooter Ranger stated, “We are aware that too many in the plumbing industry cann…
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Muskegon home, garden, DIY show 2018 focuses on local businesses

MUSKEGON, MI – The Muskegon Lakeshore Home, Garden + DIY Show is looking to bring back “that positive feeling you get when working with local businesses, families, friends and neighbors.”  The show is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, March 9, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 10, at Fricano Place, 1050 W. Western Ave. downtown Muskegon.  Muskegon businesses hosting a booth at the show include Shepherd Shoreline, Family Farm & Home, Keene Lumber, A Cap Plumbing, First General Credit Union and almost 50 other exhibitors.   T…
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Big dev site along Williamsburg waterfront hitting the market

A large development site along the North Williamsburg waterfront could soon sprout Brooklyn’s latest megaproject. The family behind an office-equipment empire is looking to sell a site spanning nearly one full city block and a parcel just across the street. Ko-Rec-Type, which manufactures carbon paper and typewriter ribbons, owns six parcels bordered by North 9th and 10th streets and Kent and Wythe avenues, as well as a nearby site at 96 North 10th Street. For more than five decades, the Barouh family has owned and occupied the low-rise industrial buildings as its plant. The primary site of…
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Tests show lead, copper in water at Mansfield schools

Donna Whitehead dwhitehead@wickedlocal.com Students will need to avoid the water bubblers in some Mansfield schools due to recent testing which showed high levels of lead and copper. School Superintendent Teresa Murphy sent a letter home to parents Monday, March 5, notifying them of the test results and actions being taken to address the problem. “Lead is not believed to be in our water source, but plumbing and fixtures in our buildings may contain lead, resulting in an increase in lead content in tap water,” Murphy said. The same is believed of the school’s copper fixtu…
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Cafeteria addition proposed for Maine South; larger eating space planned at East and West

A proposal to expand Maine South High School’s cafeteria by building an addition is expected to go before the Maine Township High School Board of Education for a vote next month. Assistant Superintendent for Business Mary Kalou said plans involve enclosing the outdoor patio that separates the west side of the cafeteria from the school’s back hallway. If bids are approved by the school board, construction will take place over the summer, Kalou said. The work is part of a bid package that includes study hall renovations and concession stand plumbing work at the school, all projected to cost mor…
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 Posted on : March 9, 2018

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