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On a sunny Friday in September, Dr. Nicki
A recent FTC settlement with a Maryland-based auto dealership exposes a business practice that can increase costs for unsuspecting car buyers and be used to discriminate against minority borrowe
Spicy Miso Ramen from Batten Ramen. (Jeremy Schneider | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)
Ramen was once nothing more than Japanese street food. Now, the bowls typically filled with Chinese-sty
If you’ve read any of my articles for any length of time, you’re well aware that I’m a fairly simple human being. I don’t buy expensive things to impress people and my wife and I live in a
A new listing from Realtor.com this week offers an incredible home in the Quail Run Estates in northern Grand Junction.
This home was built in 1996 and includes over 7000 square feet
Two top Democratic lawmakers are getting behind a staff-led effort to add more gender-neutral bathrooms throughout Capitol Hill.
The move, supported by Reps. Katherine Clark (D-Mass.) and
Tickets for the Bantams’ first away trip of 2022/23 - to Barrow on Saturday August 6 - are now ON SALE, to supporters with 910 loyalty points or more.
City will travel to Holk
Much is the same with trail life; we get up, hike, eat, hike more, eat more, put up a tent, and sleep. What is different is the vast array of scenery that we see. We live in a beautiful country,