The next morning I was up at 6:30. Another of my autumn weekend traditions is to indulge in the Sunday newspaper for an hour or so while Lori is still asleep. 1,831 more words
HILLSBOROUGH, N.B. – A grocery store in Hillsborough has opened its doors nearly eight months after heavy snow broke through its roof.
Terry Stafford runs the Freshmart and says the opening has been a long time coming. 176 more words
We are now entering the fall market, and activities (new listings, new sales) will decline in number as closings from the summer occur. Keep in mind that current activities are in a fall market, while the closed transactions are from the spring market activity. 286 more words
2015 turned into the year of the industrial real estate developer. How quickly things changed over the summer quarters. It has been a true case study in supply vs demand, locally and nationally, where it appears that 3Q15 was the first quarter since the recovery started where industrial developers delivered as much space as tenants demanded and occupied. 149 more words
“When you’re dating, you can spend years searching for the perfect relationship only to—possibly—wait too long and miss out on something great. Suddenly, over your sad microwave meal and bottle of cheap red, you’re looking back on your life choices, wondering what could have been if you hadn’t been so darned picky. 103 more words
Article written in 1998
By the time of the Industrial Revolution was already clearing a sixth of all tonnage leaving English ports, had a population of 60,000, and had become England’s principal slave tade port. 9,309 more words