The Cumberland News
Revival in Cumbrian housing market boosting economy
A revival in the county's housing market appears to be boosting the wider economy, and not only the construction sector.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
National Planning Policy Guidance verdict: 'mixed bag'
Leading housing and planning charity, the Town and Country Planning Association , has responded to the final version of the with a verdict of 'mixed bag'; with a welcome emphasis on health and climate change, but lacking on garden city principles and equality.
Lawmakers give final approval to chemo parity bill
The House gave final approval to the bill that would prohibit insurance companies from charging patients significantly more for oral cancer drugs than traditional intravenous treatments.
PCC lodges Judicial Review on Lubbesthorpe development
Sir Loader says the scheme "will significantly increase the demand on policing in that area" and has initiated legal proceedings Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire Sir Clive Loader has lodged a Judicial Review with the High Court of Justice, against Blaby District Council.
Clergy, council at odds over use of car park
ANTHONY Streete, the pastor of the First Assemblies of God Church in Falmouth, has blasted the Trelawny Parish Council for not allowing his church to continue operating a car park on its premises, as part of its efforts to raise much-needed funds to expand its outreach programmes.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Camera found in wall at motel room
The LaGrange Police Department is investigating the Monday discovery of a small handheld camera sticking out of the wall of a couple’s hotel room.
Protesters march against government
Anti-government protesters under the People's Democratic Reform Committee banner arrived at the Revenue Department on Wednesday, hoping to persuade officials to side with them.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
KSDK-TV Saint Louis
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Taking care of a loved one who has Demntia or Alzheimer's can cause a great deal of stress.
Derelict former Abbey Wood pub site has now been covered up - sort of
The derelict site of a former pub in Abbey Wood has now been covered up - but some residents still aren't happy.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Behold the Norman Plastow gallery in Wimbledon Village
Norman Plastow, probably Wimbledon's most prominent heritage conservationist, is to be honoured by a change of identity for the new art exhibition gallery in Wimbledon Village.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Watford Rotary Club marks 90th anniversary with celebration dinner
The Watford Rotary Club marked its 90th anniversary with a small celebration at their meeting on Wednesday, February 19 and a grand celebration dinner with invited guests is being planned for April 30. The club was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Reading and was chartered on February 19, 1924.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
MK highlighted as prosperous by Financial Times
Milton Keynes has been described as "an extremely prosperous town" in an article by the Financial Times which said Gross Value Added has risen to 8.7 billion.
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce names award nominees
Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for the awards it will present later this week.
This is Wiltshire
Valley view again after site cleared in Devizes
Rum Jungle in Snails Lane, below the north escarpment of Devizes Castle, had been the subject of numerous complaints to Wiltshire Council.
Unfortunately named street tops 'most embarrassing' poll
Minge Lane in Upton-upon-Severn came first in a national vote, with estate agents claiming such streets are ideal for bargain hunters as would-be buyers are put off moving in because of the name.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Derelict former Abbey Wood pub site is an 'accident waiting to happen'
Veronica Keene, 66, claims she has been campaigning to have something done about the site of what was the Harrow Inn pub in Abbey Road since 2010 - but her calls have fallen on deaf ears.
Bainbridge Island Review
Renovation begins at Bainbridge Town & Country Market
Over the course of four phases of construction, the remodel will bring all of the store's departments together on one floor, include a new staffed sushi counter and expanded Culinary Resources Center, which provides daily food samples and recipes.
The Daily Freeman-Journal
T&C Garden Club to meet
The Town & Country Garden Club will meet at All Cultures Equal, 1440 E. Second St., on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Janet Toering, ACE Director, will present the program on Opportunities Awaiting.
Making it happen: a New Towns Act for 2015
Leading housing and planning charity, the Town and Country Planning Association has today published a landmark document into how the UK can deliver the beautiful, inclusive and sustainable communities of the future.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
The Victoria Advocate
New Digs: Top Tattoo
Top Tattoo opened for business Jan. 1 in the Town and Country Shopping Plaza on Laurent Street and Airline Road.