Category Archives: Chimney sweeps

Suisun club meets for a festive Dickens lunch

Holiday celebration initially planned for 2020 but delayed by a pandemic SUISUN CITY – Members of the Wednesday Club traveled back in time last week for their December lunch. A Dickensian theme, originally slated for December 2020, has become a celebration of pandemic survival as well as a chance to commemorate the Christmas season. Georgia […]

What are the sustainable alternatives to a Christmas tree?

The holidays are fast approaching and with them the bustle of wrapping gifts, baking and decorating the Christmas tree. While the tradition of harvesting a tree in the forest (or on an arboriculture farm) is a plastic-free business that relies on a renewable resource, that doesn’t mean it is devoid of environmental consequences. Trees are […]

Why Anna Smrek makes an impact as a rookie for the Badgers volleyball team | College volleyball

“I think she has the potential to be one of the greatest players in college volleyball if she continues to improve at this level,” Hilley said. “She has immense potential as a blocker and hitter. When she reaches and touches the high ball, no blockage can stop her. It’s gonna be fun to watch. It […]

Magical route in the footsteps of Mary Poppins

The places that until now we have always observed through a screen are more real and magical than ever because they are the same in which his events, ours, took place. Mary poppins. The friend of chimney sweeps and penguins, the one with the carpet bag, the same one capable of making everyone smile only […]

13 of the weirdest Christmas traditions from around the world

Picture: Shutterstock (Shutterstock) I don’t know what it’s like with Catalonia and the Christmas poo, but with the poo boy hiding in their cribs, the Catalan Christmas tradition also includes Tió de Nadal, an anthropomorphic log that shits presents. From December 8, feast of the Immaculate Conception, households in Catalan display a hollow log (face […]

Magical route in the footsteps of Mary Poppins

The places that until now we have always observed through a screen are more real and magical than ever because they are the same in which his events, ours, took place. Mary poppins. The friend of chimney sweeps and penguins, the one with the carpet bag, the same one capable of making everyone smile only […]

Things to do in Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa this Christmas 2021

Not all of us are ready to get on VTLs just yet. But sitting down doesn’t mean missing; Singapore has no shortage of things to do this end of the year, from luxury breaks and festive meals to otherworldly Christmas experiences. Best of all, you’ll find all of this and more in one place: Resorts […]

Panthers swept away by unbeaten Lincoln Southwest teams | To select

Lincoln Southwest’s undefeated men’s and women’s basketball teams used size and depth to beat the Panthers teams on Tuesday night to go 3-0 this season. The Silver Hawks held off a never-abandoned effort by the Norfolk boys to win 66-55 after Southwest pulled away from the Norfolk girls in the first period and then finished […]

Mix of returning wrestlers and newcomers to lead the Knights | To select

The Norfolk Catholic Boys’ wrestling team will be a mix of state qualifiers back from last year and newcomers to the squad. “Overall we’re still a relatively young team, but we have good qualities to come back,” Knights coach Henry Aschoff said. “Isaac Wilcox is a returning heavyweight finalist, but he’ll be at 220 this […]

Dogs dress up in Victorian outfits for Christmas Furbabies Dog Pageant in Yorkshire

A parade of canine lovers showed their work today by dressing their doggies in disguise for a dog show in Yorkshire. The Furbabies Dog Pageant, at Collingham Memorial Hall in Leeds, featured a Victorian Christmas theme. Mutts of all breeds, shapes and sizes have been entered into the event, with the goal of being crowned […]

10 classic musicals available to watch on Disney +

Musicals and Disney are two things that often go together like chocolate and peanut butter, so it’s no surprise that the studio’s streaming service has a pretty impressive selection of musicals to enjoy. From the golden age of the genre to more modern and magical productions, lovers of musicals are spoiled for choice. RELATED: Disney […]

Yelp Aims To Help San Antonio Area Businesses Prepare For Winter Conditions

Yelp, the social / networking app and website, is offering a $ 100,000 Deck the Halls Vacation Winterizing Fund to help 10 select businesses in San Antonio and Austin. (Yelp permission) Until December 17, Yelp users across Texas can nominate their favorite local businesses in San Antonio or Austin to receive funding for extreme weather […]

Governor Polis declares December 7 Colorado Gives Day | Delta

Governor Polis has proclaimed that December 7, 2021 will be officially known as Colorado Gives Day. During this 24-hour giving event, donors can choose from over 3,100 local nonprofit and support organizations based or working in Colorado. “We like to take the guesswork out of giving and make it easier for donors to donate online,” […]

Tolson third generation in the family fireplace business

December 4 — In 1977, David Tolson and his sister, Anna Neace, launched Chimney Sweep Cleaners. They had seen a story in the Messenger-Inquirer about chimney sweeps in another state wearing black coats with tails and top hats, a traditional chimney sweep outfit that dated back to 1700s in England. So they tried it out […]

Norfolk High ready to ‘dive’ into another successful season | To select

The Norfolk High girls and boys swim and diving teams are preparing for another successful season in 2021-22. Last year, the women’s team finished fourth in state competition, scoring their best state result in program history, and the boys finished 18th. This season, Panthers coach David Nelson – who is entering his 19th year as […]

A Clean Sweep: Third Generation Tolson in the Family Fireplace Business | Characteristics

In 1977, David Tolson and his sister, Anna Neace, started Chimney Sweep Cleaners. They had seen a story in the Messenger-Inquirer about chimney sweeps in another state wearing black coats with tails and top hats, a traditional chimney sweep outfit that dated back to 1700s in England. So they tried it out here, driving a […]

The enchantment of the Holly Dickens festival continues • Oakland County Times

The enchantment of the Holly Dickens festival continues The enchantment of the Holly Dickens festival continues (Crystal A. Proxmire, December 3, 2021) Holly, MI – A holiday tradition continues in downtown Holly as visitors celebrate the annual Holly Dickens Festival. From chimney sweeps and the Queen to Ebenezer Scrooge himself, boys and girls of all […]

The Holly Dickens Festival Enchantment Continues • Oakland County Times

The enchantment of the Holly Dickens Festival continues The enchantment of the Holly Dickens Festival continues (Crystal A. Proxmire, December 3, 2021) Holly, MI – A holiday tradition continues in downtown Holly as visitors celebrate the annual Holly Dickens Festival. From chimney sweeps to the Queen, to Ebenezer Scrooge himself, boys and girls of all […]

London News: Chimney sweep father and son ‘planted dead pigeons’ to speed up work | United Kingdom | New

Martin Price, 59, and his son Luke, 33, are accused of “grossly overcharging” their clients and leaving work unfinished. The couple appeared in City of London Magistrates’ Court. They are both charged with conspiracy to defraud customers who have requested chimney sweeping services. The charges relate to their activity between July 2017 and April 2019. […]

5 ways to enjoy the return of the Dickens Festival to Port Jefferson

Ready to have a great time at Dickens again with a stroll through Port Jefferson Harbor? The Charles Dickens Festival returns on December 4 and 5 with 129 events, including magic, train and craft shows and a ghostly puppet parade saluting the life and works of the famous Victorian author. “Everyone wants to get back […]

Two magical days launch six weeks of festive fun

ALL together and more festive than ever, friends and family gathered at Festival Place and The Malls to enjoy the launch of a perfect traditional Christmas. A day of magical activities marked the start of six weeks of festive family fun on the Place du Festival. Against a sparkling backdrop of beautiful red, gold and […]

Five of the oldest spots in Cincinnati

Hhaving a multitude of new treasures to explore makes us appreciate our old favorites even more than we already do. So, for Best of the City 2021, we looked for the oldest favorites. Oldest library: the merchant library Sacred ground to bibliophiles, writers and thinkers of Cincinnati, the Mercantile Library is one of the last […]

Yelp Launches ‘Deck the Halls with Yelp’ Holiday Winterizing Fund in Texas | Bark

Yelp is launching “Deck the Halls with Yelp,” a vacation winterizing fund to help area small businesses cover the costs of improvement projects needed to prepare for the winter season. From today until December 17, Yelp users across Texas can nominate their favorite local businesses in Austin or San Antonio to receive funding for extreme […]

Sweep in court for ‘planting dead pigeons in customers’ chimneys’

Two chimney sweeps planted dead birds and old nests in customers’ vents in an attempt to charge them for their removal, a court heard. The pair are also accused of “grossly overcharging” their customers, selling them useless chimney cowls and leaving work unfinished. Martin Price, 59, and his son Luke Price, 33, allegedly told customers […]

Tips To Protect Your Home From Pests For The Winter Community

We’re not the only creatures to retreat indoors when the temperatures start to drop. During this time of year, many rodents and insects will begin to enter homes looking for a warm place to spend the winter. Here are some tips for keeping them outside. Most hardware and home improvement stores have the tools and […]

Travel to the Islands – In New York, by Travel Writers

By Victor Block Mention New York City and the “Islands” in the same breath, and chances are Liberty and Ellis will come to mind. Liberty Island is home to the world famous statue which, since 1886, has welcomed people to the United States. Once here, many of them were processed by the Ellis Island immigration […]

Stratford-upon-Avon Victorian Christmas Market – opening times and what to expect

More than 125,000 people are expected to roam the streets of Stratford-upon-Avon when the city’s Victorian Christmas Market makes its long-awaited return this year. In an effort to replenish the coffers of independent traders and chain stores, this year’s event will take place over four days for the first time. Returning for the first time […]

You Could Save Over $ 3,500 This Winter With This Home Renovation

For many people, winter conjures up images of evenings spent in front of a hot fireplace with a hot drink, an afghan, a good book and a pet. It’s a time of holiday get-togethers with family and friends amidst decorations, movies, music, and tons of amazing food. You could even build a snowman, make an […]

You Could Save Over $ 3,500 This Winter With This Home Renovation

FFor many people, winter conjures up images of evenings spent in front of a hot fireplace with a hot drink, an afghan, a good book and a pet. It’s a time of holiday get-togethers with family and friends amid decorations, movies, music, and tons of amazing food. You could even build a snowman, make an […]

21 quai Bourbon: Charles Nègre

Written by Michel Cresp Charles Negro, one of the most important photographers of the 19th century, was born in Grasse in 1820 and died there in 1880. Encouraged by his father, a famous confectioner, the young Charles very quickly showed a penchant for art. and left for Paris in 1839 where he learned painting in […]

Inside an abandoned country house for sale, including odd furniture still in the bedrooms

A Victorian hall and farmhouse built in the late 18th century has been put up for sale for £ 750,000 after being abandoned for years. Plas Newydd at Windmill Lane, near Welshpool, Powys, Wales, is set on 17 acres of land 800 meters from Welshpool along the A483. The land, which includes a poultry yard, […]

Ingeborg von Agassiz wants you to have a scary little Christmas

The story, taken from the Gospel of Matthew, concerns King Herod’s rule that all male children aged 2 and under living near Bethlehem must be murdered – an attempt to, in the process, kill Christ. Although she did not include the song “Coventry Carol” in the sequel to “O Giver of Dreams”, she named the […]

Danger to life: Amber wind warning for Yorkshire as Storm Arwen rolls in

The North Yorkshire coast is expected to be hit hard by Storm Arwen with strong winds and large waves that could cause “flying debris” and “danger to life,” the Met Office has warned. An orange weather warning was issued for Friday and Saturday with high winds expected as well as travel disruption and possible damage. […]

Ingeborg von Agassiz wants you to have a spooky little Christmas – Up News Info

Among the songs that inspired Ingeborg von Agassiz’s new holiday album is a 16th-century choir, a lullaby from a mother to her infant son on the eve of the Massacre of the Innocents. The story, taken from the Gospel of Matthew, concerns King Herod’s rule that all male children 2 and under living near Bethlehem […]

Do you have money to spend on your energy bills?

Wealthy families are in the throes of a recruitment crisis, and they are said to be lying in wait for their neighbors to secure the services of housekeepers, nannies and gardeners. But the latest home help that turns out too hot to trot? Chimney sweeps. As wholesale energy prices skyrocket, the whole country is preparing […]

Grateful injured chimney sweep, recalling the injury

It has been two years since Mark Linn fell from a roof while working. He says his faith, family, and friends have helped him heal. ELYSBURG, Pa. – A Northumberland County chimney sweep is to be thankful for. Mark Linn of Benchmark Chimney Preservation has been a chimney sweep for almost 40 years. He works […]

Cat Shelter Fire Raises Fire Safety Questions / Article

Today, 11:51 Authors: LTV, Latvijas Radio It is believed that the Ķepu ķepa fire may have started in a chimney. “We have two smoke detectors in the main house, as people prepare food there and people have lunch there. There are also two fire extinguishers there, but in this case it was a drop in […]

Romeo’s Blue Skies Musical Announces Principal Cast

Back in September, it was announced than the classic of the World Masterpiece Theater Romeo’s blue sky would be suitable as a musical. Based on Lisa Tetznerthe 1941 novel Die schwarzen Brüder, the series has become a major title for the literary franchise. Today we meet the actors behind Romeo, Alfredo and the rest in […]

Warm up your engines for a holiday outing to Ye Olde London, via the Dickensian Fair

As a year when most of us feel that life is still upside down is drawing to a close, the Great Dickens Christmas Fair has decided to go upside down. The annual Victorian-themed holiday extravaganza, which became a fully virtual ‘Dickensian Home’ in 2020 for the first time in its 50-plus years of history, returns […]

Four Important Facts About Home Inspection | Siouxland Houses

Dear Monty, I have several questions about home inspections. I’m talking to a small group of people about home inspections. I have personal experience and a work history that has exposed me to property inspections. My questions are: Should a new construction buyer have their home inspected? if the seller has already had the house […]

Texas home chimney catches fire – what homeowners and fire chief want you to know

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The Austin Fire Department has a warning when you turn up your home’s heat sources during cold weather. AFD claims to have put out two fires in the past 24 hours. One after a space heater was too close to a fuel. The other — a surprise problem in a homeowner’s chimney. […]

Mystery of the Edinburgh Milkmaid in 18th-century Scottish painting

The National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) have announced the acquisition of one of the earliest known images of a black person by a Scottish artist. The Edinburgh Milkmaid with Butter Churn by David Allan (1744-1796) is a beautifully painted watercolor that is both exceptionally rare and striking. It is also a bit of history which […]

Strictly Come Dancing star John Whaite in HUGE career change

Come dance strictly The 2021 contestant, John Whaite, has reportedly been considered for a role on stage, following his string of impressive performances with his professional partner Johannes Radebe. Perhaps their most theatrical dance was their bakery-themed Charleston, which scored them an impressive 38 out of 40 points, with the duo being praised for their […]

L’Arche Stratford residents and staff hope to qualify for the third round of the Battle of the Fans competition

Breadcrumb Links New Local News L’Arche Stratford residents and staff participate in the second round of the L’Arche Canada Battle of the Fans lip-syncing video contest. Author of the article: Galien Simmons A screenshot of L’Arche Stratford residents and staff dancing and lip-syncing with Chim Chim Chir-ee in their video submission for Round 2 of […]

Pamplin Media Group – Things to consider before warming up next to your first fire this winter

Before fireplace season is in full swing, homeowners may want to revisit a few fireplace facts so they can safely enjoy nights spent sitting by the crackling flames. Fireplaces may not have much use in the spring or summer, but come in late fall and throughout the winter, the fireplace can be a great place […]

Foolproof success: four experts give their advice on burning fuel at home | Drive change

Whether you have a wood-burning stove, a multi-fuel stove or an old-fashioned fireplace, burning solid fuels brings more than heat to your home – the particles in their smoke impact our health and your home. ‘environment. But there are simple and effective changes you can make to reduce the impact. We spoke to experts in […]

Four Important Facts About Home Inspection, by Richard Montgomery

Dear Monty, I have several questions about home inspections. I’m talking to a small group of people about home inspections. I have personal experience and a work history that has exposed me to property inspections. My questions are: Should a new construction buyer have their home inspected? if the seller has already had the house […]

🌱 Kids on bikes shot by paintballs + New Cajun seafood spot

Happy Saturday neighbors! Let’s start today on an informed note, will you? Here are the most important things happening in town today. Children on bicycles were hit by paintballs, injuring a, at Wading River and Riverhead. A a new Cajun-style seafood restaurant has opened close. And one A member of the Bloods gang faces life […]

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New rules on fireplaces and wood-burning stoves explained as homeowners urged to use compliant fuel

There are over a million wood-burning stoves in the UK, but the new rules that came in last May have left many Britons in awe. The government has banned the use of “polluting fuels” with which they drive in England. “People who have wood stoves and open fires can still use them, but will have […]

Wildlife officers remove tire that was around bull’s neck for more than two years | Olathe

A moose with a tire around its neck for at least two years was finally released from the obstacle on Saturday night when Colorado parks and wildlife officers were able to tranquilize the bull and remove the tire. Wildlife officers Dawson Swanson and Scott Murdoch had to cut the antlers of the bull elk in […]

Treat yourself to a trip to ‘Scrooge: The Musical’ by Playhouse | Lifestyles

You all know the story, but you’ve never seen it like this before. Cumberland County Playhouse presents “Scrooge: The Musical” on the Main Stage on Friday November 5th. Written by Leslie Bricusse, “Scrooge: The Musical” is based on Charles Dickens’ famous classic, A Christmas Carol, and developed it into a musical for stage and screen. […]

Small Talk: Suie yourself – The Coast News Group

I came home for lunch this week to find a strange man in the garage. He was covered in black spots and had black hair, a black beard and mustache. It turned out to be my very blond, fair-skinned husband. He had just finished playing chimney sweep, cleaning up the creosote that had accumulated last […]

LocalGov.co.uk – Your authority over UK local government

Under the Air Quality Regulation 2020 (Indoor Solid Fuel Standards) (England), new rules came into effect from May this year to ban the sale and use of wet wood and domestic charcoal for home combustion. The new legislation has also given more powers to local authorities to impose fines on those who break the rules, […]

An event to celebrate William Wilberforce’s years in Pocklington will be held at All Saints Church

The statue of young William Wilberforce outside Pocklington School. William Wilberforce arrived in Pocklington at the age of 12 in November 1771. He spent the next five years living with the principal of Pocklington School, the Reverend Kingsman Baskett and his family, in the principal’s house in West Green; and it is clear from his […]

Have your chimney checked before winter

Chimney Sweeps is a family owned business, serving San Diego County, which offers a variety of chimney cleaning and maintenance services. Founded in 1985 by owner Steven Carter, the company has swept over 40,000 chimneys with no plans to shut down. “With over 30 years of experience in the business and a heritage of family […]

Have your chimney checked before winter

Chimney Sweeps is a family owned business, serving San Diego County, which offers a variety of chimney cleaning and maintenance services. Founded in 1985 by owner Steven Carter, the company has swept over 40,000 chimneys with no plans to shut down. “With over 30 years of experience in the business and a heritage of family […]

Art Notes: The Return of Mustard | Arts & Theater

The Napa Valley Mustard Celebration, a new iteration of the Mustard Festival, returns in February 2022, and to start preparing, Jessel Miller at the Jessel Gallery in Napa has five flavors of new mustards for sale: Fig Balsamic Mustard, Honey Mustard, Sweet & Spicy mustard, herb and champagne mustard, honey and mild garlic mustard, all […]

Chimney sweeps in full swing before the cold snap

After the big frost in February, chimney inspections are in full swing as more families want to avoid another cold night without electricity. SAN ANTONIO – As many Southern Texans start turning on their heaters this week, we want to provide you and your family with some safety tips you won’t want to ignore. Radiators, […]

PHOTOS: Animals at risk from NH’s biodiversity crisis

Many species around the world are endangered, but species that have made their home here in New Hampshire also face threats to their survival. Get NHPR reports on politics, the pandemic, and other hot topics delivered to your inbox – sign up for our newsletter today. Kurk Dorsey, an environmental historian at the University of […]

Joe Lycett discovers East Midlands roots when he uncovers his family tree in the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? spectacle

While digging through his family tree, comedian Joe Lycett discovered that he was not the first performer in his family. Featured This Week in Who Do You Think You Are? On BBC One this Tuesday, the Birmingham-born comedian learns more about his great-grandfather who was also in the entertainment business as a member of the […]

🌱 High school soccer playoffs underway + NW natural rate hike

It’s a new week and a new month, Beaverton! Let’s start with everything you need to know today in and around the city. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Cooler; a little rain in the afternoon. High: 51 Low: 45. Here are the best stories today in Beaverton: Highway 6 was the […]

Chhattisgarh CGPSC will recruit 641 medical specialists, salary up to Rs 39,100

The Chhattisgarh Civil Service Commission (CGPSC), Raipur, has notified the recruitment process for 641 vacant specialist medical positions. The application process will begin from November 11, and candidates can apply for the positions online through the official website at psc.cg.gov.in. The last submission date is December 10. Applicants will also have a 10 day window […]

Sci-Fi Pickleball War: Volleys Come and Go

Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal Maybe the war is hyperbolic. Maybe the skirmish, dusting, or kerfuffle indicates it better. But underlying serious major issues in the Santa Fe mayoral race, such as homelessness, dismantling the obelisk, and keeping the police stationed, a smaller issue has quietly bounced back into local letters. to the editor, like, […]

Housekeeping companies that see more demand during cold seasons

Each year, as soon as the outside temperature begins to drop, homeowners are reminded of the tasks they need to complete to prepare for the cold months ahead. However, not everyone has time to walk around the house and complete all of the tasks on the list. Not everyone has the ability to do some […]

Jane Foley, conservator who restored German submarine for the Museum of Science and Industry, deceased at 71

When Jane Foley began her career as an antiques curator, she was commissioned to beautify the walls of Buckingham Palace. She later recounted the story of a day when she had climbed a ladder, “looked down, and there was a nice old woman with a purse looking at me.” It was Queen Elizabeth. Her Majesty […]

An event to celebrate William Wilberforce’s years in Pocklington will take place at All Saints Church

The statue of young William Wilberforce outside Pocklington School. William Wilberforce arrived in Pocklington at the age of 12 in November 1771. He spent the next five years living with the principal of Pocklington School, the Reverend Kingsman Baskett and his family, in the principal’s house in West Green; and it is clear from his […]

Great outfits in fashion history: this time Kirsten Dunst put a bird on it

Photo credit: Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images There are some really good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick to your mind, the ones you are desperately trying to recreate at home. In “Outfits in Fashion History,” the editors of Fashionista revisit their all-time favorite obscene. By early 2011, […]

Second minor sent to a rehabilitation center for assault | News

MADISON – The second teenage girl convicted of first-degree assault for her role in a February beating was sentenced Monday to an indefinite period of time in a youth rehabilitation center. The 15-year-old girl is called Defendant 2 because of her minor status. After approximately two hours of testimony, including from the victim, Judge Michael […]

Hovering on the eagle’s wings

Olate autumn afternoon, keyboardist Madison Schroeder ’21 softly played the familiar and moving hymn “On Eagle’s Wings” as faculty and staff filled the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception. I reflected on the meaning of the words of the song for our six new Marianist Associates in Education that we welcomed that day during the annual […]

Plan-B Theater’s Radio Hour series set to premiere live on KUER-FM’s RadioWest with Matthew Ivan Bennett adaptation of Sleepy Hollow

Most of the young people of the last three generations have found out about Washington Irving The legend of Sleepy Hollow through Disney’s animated adaptation package, which includes Kenneth Graham’s The wind in the willows. The 1949 cinema The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad has long legs both in residue as a long-term movie […]

The new Maldon High Street restaurant is the last in a rich history

I NOTE that 111 High Street has entered another chapter in its long and illustrious history. My friend Jhual Hafiz, former Maldon Tandoori (at 191-193), opened his Maldon Spice there and I have to say he did a very good job of renovating it. This is not the first restaurant to offer Indian cuisine in […]

It’s time for the chimney inspection before winter

WAUSAU, Wisconsin (WSAW) – Now is the time for the people of central Wisconsin to start using their chimneys again. After a dormant season, professional chimney sweeps recommend that homeowners have their chimneys inspected for damage and clean up creosote buildup to prevent chimney fires this winter. Homeowners can also take preventative measures to minimize […]

How to winterize your home – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: Forbes Advisor may earn a commission on sales made from partner links on this page, but this does not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Work time: Varied Total time: Varied Competence level: Intermediate beginner Project cost: Free if completely DIY; contractor costs will vary depending on the task Whether you […]

Could digital transformation make task-based managers redundant?

Romy Hughes from Brightman examines how digital transformation will affect some managers and how they can prepare for the future. Let’s face it, 99 times out of 100, when new technology enters the workplace, it simply digitizes an existing process to make it more efficient. While most new technology can be marketed as revolutionary, it […]

The LKN chimney sweep shares the benefits of the professional chimney sweep

LKN Chimney sweep is a leading company specializing in chimney sweeping and related services. In a recent update, they mentioned the benefits of considering a professional chimney sweep. Statesville, NC – LKN Chimney Sweep, in an article on the website, described the benefits of a professional chimney sweep service in Statesville. While sweeping the chimney […]

Is Kenneth Choi quitting 9-1-1? Where’s Chimney in tonight’s episode?

Is Kenneth Choi leaving 9-1-1 season 5? Where is his Chimney character? If you have some of these questions coming in tonight, we understand more than that. Last week’s episode ended emotionally, with the character making the decision to go find Maddie (Jennifer Love Hewitt). He’s going to do whatever it takes to get her […]

Cold weather safety tips for your wood stove

We are experiencing the coldest air we have felt since last spring, so many people have woken up and turned on the heat for the first time in months. STROUDSBURG, PA – At Stoves’ N Stuff near Stroudsburg, there’s one department, in particular, that’s more popular than ever this time of year: the wood-burning room. […]

Winterize Your Home and Cut Costs With These Top Tips

YOUR winter wardrobe is ready – but have you also prepared your home for freezing temperatures? The cold can cause thousands of pounds of damage, with the risk of boilers shutting down, chimneys igniting and pipes freezing. 5 Winterize Your Home and Cut Costs With These Top TipsCredit: Getty We have already shown you how […]

Open spaces are essential for Santa Fe | Letters to the Editor

I agree that the idea of ​​Thrive Community School would be good. If, of course, it was a community school that serves those around it. Unfortunately, Thrive is a charter school. Registration is done through a lottery system. This will only have negative consequences for this overcrowded and exponentially growing area. I don’t hear anyone […]

Norfolk’s First Celebration of Hispanic Heritage to Be on Friday | News

Norfolk will host its first Hispanic Heritage Celebration on Friday afternoon and evening, which is the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month. Friday’s event will feature traditional dancers, informational videos, live mariachi music, food trucks, a DJ who will play Selena music for the first 30 minutes and more, said Mayra Mendoza, Community organizer of […]

Bedbugs invade homes; they are boring, but harmless

It’s that time of year again – brown mottled bugs crawl through windows and walls in just about every room in every home. Some say the invasive virus swept through Buckeye State with more force than normal this fall. In north-central Ohio, however, it might sound like that, according to Jason Hartschuh, Ohio State University’s […]

Yes, you should have your fireplace cleaned even if you don’t use it often

If you live in Sarasota and have a fireplace, chances are you don’t use it that much. My house, built in 1955, for example, has an old-fashioned masonry fireplace that operates a maximum of five or six times a year. But even if you don’t start a fire very often, experts say it’s still a […]

Josh is the first on Who Do You Think You Are?

When you think about it, who do you think you are? is a remarkable series. Not only because he’s been on our screens for 17 years, but because he continues to unearth incredible stories about the ancestors of some of our biggest stars – sometimes their loved ones are far more interesting than the celebrities […]

How to prepare your fireplace for winter (and why you should)

Photo: Maja marjanovic (Shutterstock) When it comes to cleaning the chimneys, it’s hard not to imagine a singing and dancing Dick Van Dyke and his unique interpretation of a Cockney accent walking through time across the rooftops of London in “Mary Poppins”. And while the profession is not anymore associated to orphans and child labor, […]