Updated 9:41 am PDT, Thursday, May 2, 2019 FILE- In this Feb. 20, 2019, file photo a coming soon for sale sign sits in front of a home in the Dallas suburb of Richardson, Texas. On Thursday, May 2, Freddie Mac reports on this week’s average U.S. mortgage rates. less FILE- In this Feb. 20, 2019, file photo a coming soon for sale sign sits in front of a home in the Dallas suburb of Richardson, Texas. On Thursday, May 2, Freddie Mac reports on this week’s average U.S. ... more Photo: LM Otero, AP Photo: LM Otero, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE- In this Feb. 20, 2019, file photo a coming soon for sale sign sits in front of a home in the Dallas suburb of Richardson, Texas. On Thursday, May 2, Freddie Mac reports on this week’s average U.S. … [Read more...] about US long-term mortgage rates down; 30-year average at 4.14%
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By Josh Cain | [email protected] | Los Angeles Daily NewsPUBLISHED: March 19, 2019 at 6:42 pm | UPDATED: March 20, 2019 at 2:50 pm Newly released data showed a steep increase in the number of both homeless suspects and victims of violent crime in Los Angeles, including a jump in reports of homeless people killed last year. There were 39 killings of homeless people in Los Angeles in 2018, 10 more than in 2017, according to a report presented to the city’s police commission on Tuesday. That was about one in seven of all the homicides — 259 total — in L.A. last year. The number included crimes classified as both murder and manslaughter. At the same time, the number of killings attributed to homeless suspects fell slightly, from 23 in 2017 to 17 last year. Those numbers and others included in the Los Angeles Police Department’s 2018 reports on homelessness pointed to a general rise in crime involving homeless people as both perpetrators and victims, despite a citywide … [Read more...] about LAPD: More homeless reported killed in L.A. last year, but police were expecting an uptick
By Joan Morris | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 29, 2019 at 7:00 am | UPDATED: January 30, 2019 at 6:18 am DEAR JOAN: My mother will be 84 in a few weeks. She’s in reasonably good health, although she uses a walker because she’s not very steady on her feet. She lives with us, so we are able to give her the assistance she needs. She has talked about getting another dog, but we don’t have any pets and my husband and I aren’t sure we want one. My husband works and I do a lot of volunteer work, which takes me away from the house throughout the day. I worry that my mom wouldn’t be able to take care of a pet when we aren’t there. What do you think? Not Dog People, Danville DEAR NOT.: You have valid concerns about having a pet, but I think it’s important to also consider what’s best for your mom. Studies have shown that pets can add years to your life, but even if they only extend our time by a single … [Read more...] about Should 84-year-old woman be allowed to have a dog?
Where did your family live in Derry in 1957? Here is a detailed list of the names of householders at addresses throughout the city in that year. Some of the streets, of course, no longer exist.We hope you will enjoy this stroll down memory lane and that it sparks memories among those who lived there in 1957.ABBEY STREETWilliam Street to Fahan StreetMrs Ellen McLaughlin(store)Robert Boyle (yard)Londonderry CorporationFrank Connor (store)29-31 Charles Tennant & Co, Ltd35 James M Connellogue37, 39 Philip Friel Lotto funding helping great causes: Durkan 41 Patrick Duffy43 Miss Ellen McIntyre45 Mrs Mary Barrett47 James Stewart49 Philip Doherty51 Patrick Morrison53 Miss Annie McEleney55 James Murray57 George Doherty59 Gerald Doherty61 Miss Hannah Doherty63 James McGinley65 All Cash Stores, LtdLondonderry Corporation12 A Sherrin (house & shop)14 Lawrence Meehan16 Mrs M Henderson18 James Doherty20 James Friel22 Sarah Friel24 Mrs Margaret Doherty26 James … [Read more...] about The streets of Derry in 1957
By Adam Coleman, Houston Chronicle Published 11:18 am CST, Wednesday, November 7, 2018 PHOTOS: High school football - Nov. 2 Fort Bend Marshall Buffalos Devon Achane (5) dives past Manvel Mavericks Noah Haygood (9) and Manvel Mavericks linebacker Jae'Len Edwards (25) for the winning two point conversion in overtime during the high school football game between the Fort Bend Marshall Buffalos and the Manvel Mavericks at Freedom Field in Rosharon on Friday, Sept. 21. >>>See photos from last week's high school football games ... less PHOTOS: High school football - Nov. 2 Fort Bend Marshall Buffalos Devon Achane (5) dives past Manvel Mavericks Noah Haygood (9) and Manvel Mavericks linebacker Jae'Len Edwards (25) for the winning two point ... more Photo: Tim Warner, Houston Chronicle / Contributor Needville 14, Brazosport 13 Needville Blue Jays' quarterback Kenny Hrncir (8) and … [Read more...] about Houston media high school football poll: Week 11