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Instant Approval Car Loans Just A Few Kilometers Away

Your spouse’s birthday is approaching and you want to surprise him or her with a car? Now you can plan to go ahead and fulfill that wish. The instant auto loans would help you plan your purchase smartly. Through these fast auto loans, you could go on a drive in your own car in just a few hours!

Excited About Getting Your First Car Loan

Thrilled about purchasing your first car? Loans are a great way out if there is a cash crunch. However, if you want a good deal on your first car loan, then you have to market yourself as an attractive investment option to a financer. Know the tricks of the trade, and then apply online for a superb car loan.

Easy Cash Loans with Payday Loans Online

Sometimes you end up in a position where you are in need of a relatively small, fast cash loan. If family or friends can’t help you; you may need to turn to a payday loan company.

Advantages of an Online Payday Loan

There are many advantages regarding how you can use a payday loan for short term financial assistance. It can help protect your credit rating by allowing you to make payments on time, provide emergency cash, or even help with unexpected expenses and such.

An introduction to homeowner loans: the key to cash in your house

These days it’s difficult to get by without some form of financial assistance most of us have loans, mortgages, credit cards, store cards or other types of debt. Taking out a personal loan is one of the most common and convenient ways in which to borrow money.

Student loan strategies and tips for 2007

Today, many college students and graduates are forced to pay back the loans they had to apply for in order to pay for their studies. Sometimes they have more than one loan and the total sum to be paid monthly is quite large. A possible solution is the consolidation of all their loans.

Online Car Loan

Today,
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Is It Time To Refinance Your Mortgage Loan?

If you have a mortgage then the question of refinancing has likely come up over the past year or two. This is particularly an issue if you purchased your home during the early part of this decade when interest rates were at near historically low figures. Even more critical is if the loan you took out was a variable rate mortgage chances are it is about ready to start adjusting and when that happens can you afford the higher payments?

Loans Articles California Sized Loans Storm the Market

You knew that it had to happen: a 50 year fixed rate mortgage loan would crop up sooner or later. Of course, California was and is the logical choice for this type of loan and it is in the Golden State where 50 year mortgage loans are most popular. What is behind this phenomenon and, is a 50 year mortgage right for you?

The Best Loan Alternatives

Although it is true that loans are often a good option for borrowing money, they are also inflexible, and if you are someone who wants to pay back your loan early then there can be heavy penalties. However, there are some alternatives to loans if you want to borrow money

The Wrong Reasons To Get A Loan

If you think that you are getting a loan for the right reasons, then things should work out for you. However, you should think carefully before you take out the loan, and if your reasons are poor then you should look at reducing your spending rather than increasing your debt.

How Fair Lending Protects Us

Fair lending is an extremely important issue in the protection of consumers and their interests. There is a variety of legislation, both state and federal, that will be in place to make sure that lenders do not take advantage of consumers when they are borrowing money.
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Cookery school tackling obesity in East Lancashire

Cookery school tackling obesity in East Lancashire

“With obesity rates in children being at an all time high in the north west, one in three in 2017 compared to one in 10 in 1987 some 30 years ago, there has never been a more relevant time to raise the awareness with children about eating healthier.

“These decisions made now can stay with them for life.”

Ms Sumner began the venture last January and less than a year later has found herself fully booked by schools wanting her for courses and after school clubs.

Head teacher Louise Young at Worsthorne Primary school in Burnley where Ms Sumner hosts a regular after school club said: “We heard about Laura on recommendation and we were not disappointed.

“She came to do some clubs as part of our around the world topics,
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where the children made food from the countries they were learning about.

“On the back of that, she now runs an after school club where she works with 30 children at a time who are all learning cookery skills as well as the healthy eating element which backs up so much of what we do in school.

“The feedback from parents has been amazing as well.”

Ms Sumner said: It’s been amazing, I went from having one school for the first couple of months to being fully booked up,
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and it’s all through word of mouth.

Community comes together to remember victims of deadly plane crash

Community comes together to remember victims of deadly plane crash

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Colorado deputy killed on work anniversary

Colorado deputy killed on work anniversary

The fallen deputy, Micah Flick, 34, is survived by his wife and 7 year old twins. MT Monday near Galley Road and Murray Boulevard in the eastern part of the city as a motor vehicle theft investigation, and turned into a chase with shots being fired, injuring one bystander.

The injured officers names and conditions were not immediately released. Officials said two are deputies with the sheriff office and the third is an officer with the Colorado Springs Police Department. “At least one of the other officers injured is with the Colorado Springs Police Department. Suspect(s) are accounted for. Prayers for all those involved.”

Another Sheriff Deputy, this time in El Paso County was killed in the line of duty today and two other officers injured. At least one of the other officers injured is with the Colorado Springs Police Department. Suspect(s) are accounted for. Prayers for all those involved.

Carey said it was a tough day for all law enforcement agencies.

there is no distinction between our uniforms. State Patrol, sheriff office and the Colorado Springs Police Department, our hearts are all broken,
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he said.

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper released a statement Monday evening urging citizens to “come together and say enough is enough.” He also offered gratitude to “each officer, every deputy” for their service. 24 and Douglas County sheriff Deputy Zackari Parrish was killed on New Year Eve.

Gumm, 31, was shot while chasing a suspect. Parrish, 29, was shot in suburban Denver by a man with a history of mental health issues.

Monday shooting occurred in a neighborhood of single family homes, apartments and retail stores just east of downtown Colorado Springs, a city of about 465,000.
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Connecticut’s Chinatown

Connecticut’s Chinatown

NORWICH Shielded from sun or sleet by brightly colored umbrellas, the newest immigrants to make their home here walk for miles along cracked city sidewalks and busy country highways to clean, cook and cut cards in the glittering hotels and gambling halls of southeastern Connecticut.The pants of their uniforms, sometimes plain black, sometimes black and white checked, poke out from underneath. Their feet and lower legs are often the only part of their bodies visible to passing motorists.These workers live in crowded downtown quarters, sleeping in shifts on bare floors in aging brick tenements and renovated Victorians. Their food is stacked in locked, numbered cabinets in communal kitchens. They wait in line to use the shower, wash their few clothes by hand and bring their own toilet paper to the bathroom.In classrooms above the public library, they gather to learn English alongside Latinos, Creoles and Poles at Norwich Adult Education, which has a new sign that reads, in Chinese: Sorry, but our classes are full. Please come back later.”They are inhabitants of the city’s emerging Chinatown, dispersed from their homes in New York City, where an already troubled economy was crippled by the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. They were drawn north to this old mill town by abundant jobs at the nearby Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos.In the past two years, the number of Chinese in Norwich has swelled tenfold, to an estimated 3,000. They are now the second largest minority group, after Haitians, in this city of 37,000 people.In the aftermath of 9/11, Manhattan’s Chinatown, a community of 56,000 just a dozen blocks from the World Trade Center, lost one in four jobs because of a severe drop in tourism that shuttered restaurants and shops, as well as the continuing decline in the New York garment industry.These troubles prompted an exodus of Chinese to small towns across the nation, where most were absorbed with little notice.Only in Norwich has the influx been so large, so sudden and so influential.This is a time of great change,
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” said social services Director Beverly Goulet, one of the Norwich officials reaching out to the Chinese and other new immigrants. The city has an opportunity to reinvent itself.”Pei Jin Zhao is typical of this new immigrant, a Cantonese speaking woman a few years shy of retirement who came to Connecticut after losing a low wage job in a New York garment factory. The mother of four now washes dishes at Foxwoods.When the garment factory didn’t work out, [friends] said casino work was more steady,” she said. It’s very happy. You can work and talk at the same time.”Now 60 years old, Zhao earns $1,000 a month, working a second shift with several hundred workers. She spends $130 a month for a small bedroom she shares with her sister in a Norwich apartment.I’ll work till I retire, or till they tell me to retire,” Zhao said in Cantonese.The Chinese casino workers are mostly women born in Guangdong, a coastal province in southern China. They came to America in the 1980s and ’90s, settling in ethnic enclaves in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn, fueling the New York City garment manufacturing industry, which in 1998 produced almost half of the world’s clothing.Some of the Chinese workers now consider Norwich home, sending their children to local schools, shopping at local stores and perusing real estate listings in search of better living quarters and possible business opportunities.But others regard casino work as temporary, a financial stopgap until they can return to their old life in New York City. They see themselves as commuters, maintaining New York households and taking bargain rate bus trips home on their days off to see family and run errands.Although some eventually may leave for good, many academics, as well as the workers themselves, predict that this budding Chinatown will continue to grow, feeding off its own success and that of its casino employers. The Chinese are a crucial part of the workforce needed to run the region’s gambling empire; at least 2,200 Chinese workers have pumped millions into the local residential and commercial real estate market.But the migration comes at a price for the city and the workers. Local teachers, doctors and police struggle to find and fund Chinese translators. Illegal, overcrowded boardinghouses frustrate city inspectors. And the Chinese workers remain culturally and socially isolated, unable to communicate with curious neighbors or dispel veiled racial anxieties.Opportunity is knocking at Norwich’s door,” said Jimmy Mui, a New York City developer who has plans for downtown Norwich. They’ve opened it and were a little surprised to see a Chinese face staring back at them. Now they have to decide if they want to invite us to the table.”
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comes down for duplexes

comes down for duplexes

By Gena Johnson News Republican

BOONE A historic large home, known to many in Boone as Castle, on West Fourth Street was recently demolished. The property won stay empty for long, however.

Eastern Star Masonic Home Administrator Rick Colby said the retirement community acquired the property, which had been for sale for some time, to become a part of its campus and build two new duplexes for senior living. The duplexes will be pre sold, before Eastern Star schedules the construction to occur.

have a list of people on our waiting list for (the duplexes) and hopefully by spring, we can start the process, Colby said, estimating the units will be about 1,200 square feet. Eastern Star currently offers units to residents that range anywhere from 950 to 1,360 square feet.

It has not been decided whether or not basements will be included when building the duplexes. Colby predicts they will include two car garages.

will be having a meeting with the people that are on our reserve list to discuss what features are important to them, Colby said.

All of the duplexes owned by the retirement community are intended for independent living. Colby stated all of the community current independent living units are full.

A number of problems were wrong with the home making it difficult to keep the structure.

know that it has history throughout the years, Colby said. should have been some improvements to the existing structure, our contracting company salvaged what they could and then they tore it down. goal of Eastern Star is to leave the existing trees on the property where they are. The retirement community will continue to provide the service work around duplexes once built.

Colby believes the new duplexes will be a help to the community.

(the duplexes) for our seniors in the community, Colby said. also frees up housing for the community and it also adds some things that will be beneficial for everybody.
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Cornering the market

Cornering the market

Hundreds of shoppers sampled olive oils and locally grown fruits while others bought fresh produce, seafood and flowers on a warm Saturday afternoon at the inaugural Gigi Farmers Market at the Americana at Brand.

Tropical island music played as patrons strolled along Caruso Avenue, where more than 30 vendors set up red and white booths in the European styled marketplace, which offered a variety of specialty merchandise and gourmet foods, such as artisan cheeses, pastries, wines, aged vinegars and dried fruits and nuts.

Resident Rosa Perez, her two children and mother in law munched on caramel popcorn as they walked through the market. She bought fruit and tacos from Frida Mexican Cuisine, which was one of several Americana restaurants that served food at the market.

very fun for the family, she said. believe that this was a good idea to bring families together. Andrea Drexelius was handpicked to participate in the market and sell her handmade bags from her company French Basketeer.

She mostly sells her handbags at farmers markets throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties, but she said the Americana was more organized and stylish than any she seen.

feel like I at Disneyland, Drexelius said.

The Parisian styled setting of the Americana market was unlike other markets,
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which are usually held in parking lots, she said.

Jennifer McColm, who helps organizers find vendors for farmers markets in the Los Angeles area, selected the Americana market merchants, which she said had the greenest, highest quality products.

that is here is the best of the best, she said.

Residents Erik Yesayan and his father Edward Yesayan were impressed by the market, which they said was clean and elegant.

brings the community together, Erik Yesayan said.

They also frequent the Montrose Harvest Market, but his father said he preferred the new Americana market.

other one should learn from this one, Edward Yesayan said.

The idea of a farmers market at the Americana became a contentious issue when Developer Rick Caruso initially proposed that it be held every Sunday, when the Montrose Harvest Market on Honolulu Avenue is held.

Organizers of the Montrose Harvest Market argued that the Americana market could take customers away from its vendors, who were already struggling to make a profit due to the economic downturn.
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Community mourns the death of Lake High student in car crash

Community mourns the death of Lake High student in car crash

UNIONTOWN, Ohio She was an exceptional student inside and outside of the classroom. A community is mourning the death of a Stark County teenager.

Macie Behringer, 16, was killed in a car accident on the way to school.

“It was awful, I mean, it was so sad, we didn’t even go through class. It was just like, everybody was just like crying,” said Lake High School student and football player Sal Corsi.

“It reminds me back of when my friend passed away a couple years ago. I feel really bad for her parents and everything ’cause I saw how my friends’ parents reacted to everything,” said Erik Dickens, who is a graduate of the school.

According to the Stark County Sheriff’s Office, Macie was driving on Market Avenue North in Lake Township around 8:15 Tuesday morning. They say she lost control of her Honda Civic and slid into the path of an oncoming Dodge Caravan. Investigators say Macie died at the scene; the 29 year old driver of the van had minor injuries.

“She was really smart; she was beautiful and she actually skipped her junior year because she was really smart. I knew her more my freshman year than I do now, but when I knew her she was really nice,” said Corsi.

The superintendent tells Fox 8 that although Macie was only 16, she was scheduled to graduate this year. She was also a cheerleader and a talented gymnast.

The district canceled all school activities Tuesday evening and offered counseling for students who needed it.

“A bunch of people crying and everything. I didn’t realize that so many people would be affected by it, but I don’t know, it was just a huge shock to everyone,” said student Faith Truck.

“It’s just absolutely tragic. I just really hurt for the family and it’s a parent’s worst nightmare and so it’s just gonna affect the entire community. It’s really sad,” said her mother, Kelly Truck.
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Colpermin IBS relief peppermint oil

Colpermin IBS relief peppermint oil

How do I take Colpermin IBS relief?Adults aged 15 years and over should take one capsule three times a day. They must not be opened or chewed because this will stop the special coating from letting the peppermint oil reach the bowel.

this is the first time you have had your symptomsyou are aged 40 years or over and it is some time since your last IBS attack, or your symptoms have changedyou have passed blood in your stoolsyou feel sick or have vomitedyou have lost your appetite or lost weightyou look pale or feel tiredyou have severe constipationyou have a feveryou have recently travelled abroadyou are, or think you could be pregnant, or are planning a pregnancyyou have any abnormal vaginal bleeding or dischargeyou have difficulty or pain on passing urine.

What else should I know before taking Colpermin IBS relief?If you suffer from heartburn you may find Colpermin IBS makes it worse. If this is the case you should stop taking it.

Drinking alcohol while you’re taking Colpermin IBS relief might increase the likelihood of having a reaction to it, such as a rash, headache, slow pulse, loss of co ordination or shaking. As with all medicines,
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you should get medical advice from your doctor before taking Colpermin IBS if you’re breastfeeding.

What are the possible side effects of Colpermin IBS relief?Medicines and their possible side effects can affect individual people in different ways. The following are some of the side effects that are known to be associated with Colpermin IBS. Just because a side effect is stated here doesn’t mean that all people using this medicine will experience that or any side effect. If you think you have experienced a side effect, did you know you can report this using the yellow card website?

Can I take Colpermin IBS relief with other medicines?Peppermint oil is not known to affect other medicines.

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Connie’s Boutique opens second store

Connie’s Boutique opens second store

So after spending five years in her tiny shop at 10th Avenue and Cushman Street, Stewart decided she needed room to grow. The result is a second location that opened last month in the River Mall.

Stewart also plans to maintain her old location, which will eventually evolve into a plus size store to complement the new location.

Stewart is familiar with the local business scene. She taught piano lessons and owned Connie’s Music Studio in the Regency Mall, and previously owned Connie’s Celebrity Fashions at the Bentley Mall. Her husband, Bill Stewart, previously owned the Regency Hotel, among other businesses.

Connie’s Boutique is especially close to her heart.

She handpicks all the clothes, and feels her lineup of formal wear fills a niche in Fairbanks. Military balls, weddings and formal dances provide a surprisingly robust business, she said.

After the Stewarts made a brief attempt at retirement, Connie’s Boutique emerged five years ago in the bottom floor of the Towne House Hotel.

It began with a single room, before growing to include a second and eventually a third.

That cramped space led her to pursue the second location. After six months of renovations, the inviting store opened on St. Patrick’s Day, complete with a separate room for wedding wear, four nicely decorated fitting rooms and a colorfully painted restroom she jokingly called “the nicest bathroom in town.”

The store also has a variety of other upscale clothing, including “Cowboy Tough,” a high end brand of Western wear.

“I was kind of wanting to make it like a little Macy’s,” Stewart said of the store. “Whatever it is, it’s working really well right now.”

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