• Ashley Furniture customer service fail: Where's my full contract? - Elliott Report

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    Home » Advocacy » Ashley Furniture customer service fail: Where’s my full contract?

    Something is wrong with the Kennebec biscuit back power recliner Bob Welsh bought from Ashley Furniture. The plush seat, which features a power reclining mechanism and a hidden storage armrest

  • Five Untraditional Ways to Go Leaf Peeping This Fall

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    Take a treetop stroll, or speed through the branches on a roller coaster.

    Photo by Denis Tangney J

  • Target Deal Days 2022: Save Up to 50% on Home Needs

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    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when the seasons change, temperatures dip, and people everywhere want

  • Richmond Common Council passes 2023 budget, warily looks toward 2025

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    RICHMOND, Ind. — Richmond Common Council members voted 7-0 Monday night to pass the 2023 city budget, but they did so concerned about upcoming budgets.

    Fully funding 2023's $58,099,798 budget requires $1,597,244 in American Rescue Plan Act money the federal government has disbursed tha

  • ETTAC needs walkers, wheelchairs, other equipment

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    Looking for a place to donate home health equipment?

    East Tennessee Technology Access Center, 116 Childress St. in South Knoxville, will take it off your hands and get it into the hands of people who need it.

    For several years now, ETTAC has had a ReUse program, which loans durable

  • Long Hill, NJ police chief plans to sue over anti-Muslim comments

    by admin on 2022-10-08 17:02:13

    LONG HILL — One of the state’s first Muslim police chiefs has announced he plans to sue the township and some of its elected leaders, accusing them of harassment and a hostile work environment.

    Ahmed Naga, 44, has been Long Hill police chief since August 2018 after having s

  • Disability rights organization responds to video of hit-and-run injuring man in wheelchair

    by admin on 2022-10-08 17:02:12

    Pablo Antonio Avila-Banagas has been arrested and charged after allegedly hitting a man in a wheelchair with his truck and driving away.

    AUSTIN, Texas - Austin police say a 17-year-old is behind bars after hitting an elderly man on his electric scooter and driving off. The brutal crime

  • Revealed: How to Keep Warm For Just 20p a Day - Essex Magazine

    by admin on 2022-10-08 17:02:10

    How to Keep Warm For Just 20p a Day

    by The Mobility Furniture Company

    Energy prices may rise by up to 80% next year, while the BBC predicts a rise of around 27%. As heating is the biggest energy user in most households, it’s no wonder that more than three million older people

  • Rage Against the Machine Cancels First Tour in Decade

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    Rage Against the Machine announced the cancellation of the band’s first tour in a decade after singer Zack de la Rocha injured his leg during their second show in Chicago in July.

    They’d already called off their European dates, saying he needed more time to recove

  • Community Notes | This Week | courierjournal.net

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    COMMUNITY NOTES may be submitted for non-profit, civic or church-related events and published free of charge AS SPACE IS AVAILABLE in the Courier Journal.  Community Notes must be submitted in writing by 3pm Friday for consideration in the following week’s issue.  

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