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At Home: Whole-house cleaning improves air quality - The Topeka Capital-Journal

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At Home: Whole-house cleaning improves air quality - The Topeka Capital-JournalAt Home: Whole-house cleaning improves air quality - The Topeka Capital-JournalPosted: 19 Jun 2020 05:15 PM PDTAllergy and asthma suffers may be noticing something more in the air than just warmer temperatures. Hot, humid weather also means an increase in pollen and mold spores, which can lead to misery for those affected.It is tempting to think that allergens can be left behind when we enter our homes, but Dan Chavez, owner of Chavez Restoration Inc., says that isn't the case."The EPA thinks that air pollution is worse in our houses than it is outside because what happens inside our house stays there, and that's what we live in and breathe," Chavez said.Pet dander, dust, mold and pollen inside the home can make it difficult to breathe and lead to long-term health concerns. Chavez recommends whole-house cleaning for anyone who suffers from severe allergies, asthma or COPD. Homeowners with …

Introducing Restoration 1 of Rhode Island - PR Web

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Introducing Restoration 1 of Rhode Island - PR WebIntroducing Restoration 1 of Rhode Island - PR WebPosted: 24 Jun 2020 06:34 AM PDT"We are a family owned and operated restoration company that puts customer experience at the forefront of everything we do." - Nickolas Adekomaya (Owner) PROVIDENCE, R.I. (PRWEB)June 24, 2020Restoration 1 is proud to announce the opening of their new Rhode Island branch in New England. With hundreds of locations situated across the country and over a decade of experience behind them, Restoration 1 are the leaders in property damage restoration.Now Rhode Island residents can sleep better at night, knowing they too have the Restoration 1 experts servicing their local towns and suburbs. While water damage restoration remains the most requested service, the Rhode Island team of experts also has extensive experience in dealing with storm, hurricane, flood, smoke & fire damage, and mold remediation. Plus, Restoration 1 of Rhode Island is now offeri…

University of Northern Colorado women coast to easy victory over Northern Arizona - Greeley Tribune

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University of Northern Colorado women coast to easy victory over Northern Arizona - Greeley TribuneUniversity of Northern Colorado women coast to easy victory over Northern Arizona - Greeley TribunePosted: 26 Jan 2017 12:00 AM PST The University of Northern Colorado women's basketball team continued to dominate Big Sky Conference competition – pummeling Northern Arizona University 75-64 Thursday night at Bank of Colorado Arena.UNC's starters – led by Courtney Smith – received some well-deserved rest as NAU never threatened.The Bears, 9-0 in BSC play, have won 10 straight.For all the details, read Friday's Tribune. You are subscribed to email updates from "steamway carpet cleaning" - Google News.
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Beyond the Byline: Flood of ’72 couldn’t wash away our spirit - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

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Beyond the Byline: Flood of ’72 couldn’t wash away our spirit - Wilkes Barre Times-LeaderBeyond the Byline: Flood of ’72 couldn’t wash away our spirit - Wilkes Barre Times-LeaderPosted: 22 Jun 2020 11:36 PM PDTThe June 1972 file photo shows flooding on East Market Street looking toward Public Square in June 1972.This iconic photograph shows volunteers running from the levee in Kingston when sandbagging couldn't hold back the Susquehanna River in 1972.Bill O'Boyle PLYMOUTH — I'm not sure what is more difficult to believe — that the Agnes Flood of 1972 happened 48 years ago, or that I can still smell that disgusting flood mud.Yes, on June 23, 1972, the Susquehanna River swelled to one mile wide, breaking through the levee system and rushing through our front doors, devastating property and legacies.It was awful.To really appreciate the effects of the flood of '72, you had to live through it. I did and it wasn't pretty.My dad and I were still recovering of the death of…

“Protests force Target, CVS and Walmart to close some stores - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader” plus 1 more

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“Protests force Target, CVS and Walmart to close some stores - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader” plus 1 moreProtests force Target, CVS and Walmart to close some stores - Wilkes Barre Times-LeaderPosted: 01 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDTPeople leave a vandalized Target store in Oakland, Calif., on Saturday during protests against the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man in police custody in Minneapolis.Noah Berger | AP photoPeople leave a vandalized Target store in Oakland, Calif., on Saturday during protests against the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man in police custody in Minneapolis.Noah Berger | AP photoA worker walks past boarded up windows at a Target store in Oakland, Calif. on Saturday that was damaged during protests over the death of George Floyd.Jeff Chiu | AP photo U.S. retailers large and small have closed some of their stores across the country because of disruptions caused by the widespread street protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Targe…

“'It's gone:' Richardson neighbors assess tornado damage to homes - The Dallas Morning News” plus 1 more

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“'It's gone:' Richardson neighbors assess tornado damage to homes - The Dallas Morning News” plus 1 more'It's gone:' Richardson neighbors assess tornado damage to homes - The Dallas Morning NewsPosted: 21 Oct 2019 12:00 AM PDT天天日影院Gizaw Gedlu slowly walked through his Richardson home Monday, assessing damage as the sun shined through large holes in the roof.The night before, he and his sister Mena hid in the bathroom as they heard the loud crashing of a tornado sweeping through North Dallas. Then the wind blew open their locked door. Their house was directly in the path of the storm that struck with winds up to 140 mph.Pink insulation littered the floor like snow, sheet rock covered the beds, and his belongings were tossed around. But the kitchen and garage are just as he left them."It's like a war zone, a disaster," the 71-year-old…