DEAR HARRIETTE: New York is an expensive place to live. There are a lot of homeless people and families that cram into a studio or onebedroom apartment because they cannot afford anything bigger, my family included. I often see new buildings that are built all throughout the five boroughs, and I think how great it is that they are expanding the housing for New Yorkers. But each time I look into these buildings in urban areas of Queens, Bronx and Brooklyn, the rent for one or two bedrooms is typically over $2,000.
In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his “Ninety-Five Theses” on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, in protest of the selling of papal indulgences.
Daylight Saving Time is this weekend and people will need to set their clocks back an hour before going to bed Saturday night. The Clinton Fire Department encourages people to swap out their batteries in smoke detectors in conjunction with the time change. Here Clinton Firefighter Justin Hill prepares to do just that.
Attorney General Mike Hunter is urging Oklahomans to proceed with caution before selecting contractors when making repairs to property and clean up in the wake of the ice storm recently.
In what has seemed to be an election cycle that has gone on forever, we are glad Tuesday, Nov. 3, is finally here.