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It was a dark and stormy afternoon…

It was a dark and stormy afternoon…

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By Jess Paniszczyn The aftermath of last week’s storms left thousands of area residents and businesses without power. Among the unlit masses was our printing partner. We reached out to our hearty subscribers and faithful readers with

Amazon’s Grocery Service, Amazon Fresh, Eyeing October Launch in New York City

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Amazon’s grocery service, Amazon Fresh, is expected to launch for New York City residents as early as this month, bringing produce straight to New Yorkers’ doors. According to the New York Business Journal, Amazon has

Why More Insured Patients in Texas Are Refusing to Visit Hospital ERs for Medical Treatment

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Urgent care centers have been on the rise for quite some time, but only recently hospitals have begun noticing a significant loss in the numbers of insured patients who seek treatments at hospital emergency

The Better Business Bureau Moves to Protect Consumers Following Rash of Home Improvement Scams

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According to a new report from Washington Times Reporter, Damon Andrew Marten, 36, of New Holland, Illinois has been sentenced to three years in prison following a conviction for scamming a couple out of

Its Hot in Houston, and so is the Bed Bug Problem

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August is back to school season; that means jumping out of bed to catch the bus or get to those 8 AM college classes. But for those in Houston, there is another reason to

Nationally Acclaimed Insurance Company Says Sell Settlements Instead of Go Into Debt

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Annuities and structured settlements can be an alluring financial product to own for anyone looking to retire with a bit of cash. However, what most don’t understand after purchasing one of these products is

Texan Residents Express Outrage Over Rising Insurance Rates

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Residents in the North Texas region are expressing their surprise as insurance premiums for homeowners and drivers are increasing this year — not just a little bit, but by double-digit percentages. The average homeowners

Coping Strategies for Age-Related Vision Loss the Best Way to Beat Depression, Says Study

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As people age, they tend to lose their ability to do the things they love, and part of that has to do with their vision. Reading, cooking and socializing are all made difficult —

California Dental Program Works to Serve Underprivileged Community

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New technology is providing dental care to thousands of children in California who would otherwise go untreated. The Virtual Dental Home program was launched over three years ago in California and has proven to

Irving Heritage House to Exhibit Antique Wedding Gowns

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There’s nothing like a little throw back Thursday (#TBT), but when it comes to vintage wedding dresses out on display, the Irving Heritage House has the ultimate historical throw back of all. Because who