Man who ran over Pittsfield woman is doomed

Once again, Justice Justice drops the hammer. A media statement from the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office reports that a guilty conviction has been obtained for the man who drove on a woman in 2018. Alfredo Osorio, 27, of Pittsfield, pleaded guilty to assault and battery with a dangerous weapon causing …

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Rising rents threaten to support inflation

Kaitlin Cindrich faces a monthly rent increase of $ 200 in August if she and her husband can renew the lease on their apartment in Provo, Utah. This 25% jump is not something she expected, and the 21-year-old fears she may have to skip doctor’s appointments for her autoimmune disease …

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Condo fatigue on the Upper West Side

Chris Giordano, president of the West 64th-67th Street Block Association, called him bait and switch. “Even if you eliminate the problem of shadows in your neighborhood and a skyline marked by a building that is too tall,” he said, “we still find that immoral. We want there to be reasonable …

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A garden at Ground Zero

My partner, Esther, likes to say that she bought our apartment in the financial district right after 9/11 with the idea that someone would come and operate the patio. When I moved in a few years later, I was ecstatic. “I’m going to make a garden,” I thought at the …

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Fortress Announces Agreement to Sell Specialty Mortgage Lender and Manager, Foundation Home Loans

LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Fortress Investment Group LLC (“Fortress”) today announced an agreement to sell Foundation Home Loans, the UK’s specialist mortgage lender and service provider, to Athene Holding Ltd., a financial services company of leading plan specializing in retirement savings solutions. Foundation Home Loans (the trademark of Paratus AMC Limited) …

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Basketball is nothing without a net

One of the most rewarding sounds in sports is the whistle of a basketball snapping the net to a perfect rustle. Remove the net, and all that’s left is the unsatisfying silence of a bullet pushing air molecules as it sails across the ledge. Did it even happen? Sometimes it’s …

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What’s wrong with your tomatoes?

The next time… And that’s how our plant care checklist for growing a better tomato grows – starting with rotating the tomato bed, mulching, and constant watering. Also, don’t forget to regularly inspect the plants and remove infected parts. Then, at the end of the season, clean thoroughly. If you …

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Garden Notes: July 14, 2021

Musical Mondays at the Berkshire Botanic Gardens STOCKBRIDGE = Berkshire Botanical Garden presents “Music Mondays” with The Greystone Quartet, formerly the Berkshire Jazz Collective, Monday July 19, 5:30 pm-7:30pm Bring a picnic, blanket or lawn chairs, take a stroll around the grounds, as the music drips from Lucy’s Topiary Garden, …

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The family that buys together stays together

“You hear stories of kids fleeing the pandemic to be with their parents, and the opposite has happened to me,” said Jose Madrigal Jr. “And, honestly, it feels good.” Note: His parents are less likely than former tenants to complain about his stereo sound system. “I don’t think he ever …

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Why the New York subway has a water problem

Sarah Feinberg, acting head of the metro, said metro service had continued uninterrupted across most of the system despite challenges posed by flash floods. Even at stations where one entrance was submerged in water, other entrances were available and trains continued to run. “During the storm, we continued to provide …

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Are we in a real estate bubble in Maine?

July 4 – That’s the big question – will all this activity and rising house prices lead to a bubble burst? – but state economist Amanda Rector isn’t looking for one yet. “The current conditions are different from any real estate crisis before the Great Recession,” said Rector. “Mortgages use …

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small cap choice extends lead halfway

All investments are in positive territory and all tipsters are sticking to their current picks as they seek to catch up with the leader. I asked 10 stock market professionals, investment writers, and bloggers for their best investing ideas for 2021 (and beyond) – here’s the biannual update. All predictions …

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What won’t the Nelk Boys do?

SANTA ANA, Calif .– Lots of big YouTubers make money running ads on their videos. Not the Nelk Boys. Creators often and proudly state that they don’t make any income from the platform, despite their regular video downloads, high number of views, and millions of loyal subscribers. That their channel …

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Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger hit on Robinhood, discussed the Archegos fiasco and reflected on their friendship in a new interview. Here are the highlights

Warren Buffett. CNBC Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger appeared in a CNBC interview that aired Tuesday night. Billionaire investors criticized Robinhood and Archegos and reflected on their friendship. Buffett and Munger also discussed remote working and the lessons they learned from the pandemic. See more articles on Insider’s company page. …

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Sale of $ 25 million home sets Las Vegas record

A show home built by a luxury builder in Henderson’s hillside development, MacDonald Highlands, broke the all-time Las Vegas sales record for $ 25 million. Luxury Realtors monitoring the market said the buyer was Anthony Hsieh, founder and chairman of LoanDepot, a California-based non-bank consumer mortgage lender nationwide. Clark County …

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Rexford Industrial announces $ 188.9 million in investment activities

LOS ANGELES, June 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Rexford Industrial Realty, Inc. (the “Company” or “Rexford Industrial”) (NYSE: REXR), a real estate investment trust focused on creating value by investing and operating industrial properties located in Southern california infill, announced the acquisition of five industrial properties comprising 660,254 square …

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Houses sold for approximately $ 600,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York and the surrounding area focuses on homes selling around a certain price, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos, and co-ops in different locations. The “list price” is the price asked when the property entered the market with the …

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This is why some Snowflake investors are worried

In today’s video I watch fundamentals, valuation measures and recent news for Snowflake (NYSE: SNOW). On June 10, 2021, Snowflake released its investor presentation, and the company is forecasting approximately $ 10 billion in revenue for its fiscal year (FY) 2029. Below, I share some highlights from the video. Future …

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A capable start full of raw truths

Book Title:Mother mother ISBN-13:978-1472275882 Author:Annie macmanus Editor:Fires Indicative price:£ 16.99 The most immediately sympathetic thing about Mother Mother is that she doesn’t try to be who she isn’t. By that I mean it’s quite unpretentious. I read this novel directly after reading the last installment of Deborah Levy’s memoir style …

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Why Palantir shares are popular with some investors

InvestorPlace – Stock News, Stock Tips & Trading Tips Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) is a widely followed action and is a cult favorite on Reddit r / WallStreetBets and elsewhere. The daily trading volume of PLTR shares is often around 50 million shares. Source: Ascannio / Shutterstock.com Considering the unfavorable valuations of …

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New York rents appear to be near bottom

And thousands of New Yorkers face losing their homes later this summer, when a statewide moratorium on evictions is expected to end. The pandemic has dramatically worsened the debt of low-income tenants who were already at risk of eviction. While a state program of around $ 2.4 billion in emergency …

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