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The pond is one of the string of Hampstead Ponds forming the source of the River Fleet, which now finishes up in a culvert running into the Thames. The atmosphere of the pond and its clientele are unlike other swimming places. The local regulars are jealous of their preserves and apt to mutter on those days when a spell of good weather brings newcomers from farther afield.
Don’t fence in our fun, say wild swimmers Read more”I wouldn’t swim in that mud hole if you paid me; catch some nasty infection. And they’ve found bodies under the raft.” They did once find a body under the raft, but the pond’s supporters are equally vehement. Many of the regulars have been going there for twenty years or more. The swimming club which uses it as a headquarters is there every weekend, and holds a race every Boxing Day.
The swimmers share the water with assorted ducks, quite a lot of fish – there are said to be one or two vast knowing ones secure from the weekend fishermen at the bottom – and the occasional rat. It isn’t everybody’s cup of tea, but that’s what the group of contorting habitués like about it.
Operators of a north-east Ohio bridal shop linked to an Ebola survivor say the store is closing because it lost significant business and has been stigmatized.
Dallas nurse Amber Vinson was diagnosed with Ebola days after visiting Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal store in Akron in October. The store temporarily closed and cleaned before reopening in November, but business hasn’t bounced back.
“We had a big opening and we had hoped that the publicity may even have been a good thing,” owner Anna Younker told the Northeast Ohio Media Group. “But now we are the Ebola shop. Customers are tired of hearing ‘Oh, you bought it at the Ebola shop.'”
Owner Anna Younker said her shop has become known as the Ebola store. She told the Akron Beacon Journal the temporary closure and canceled orders cost the store at least $100,000. That wasn’t covered by her insurance because it excludes viral illnesses.
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The phone that ignited this debate is something of an absurdity. Its unique selling point is that it does nothing but ring people, text people and wake you up, yet it costs a small fortune. One of the foremost attributes of a dumbphone is that it doesn’t matter much if you drop it in a puddle or render it up to a thug at knifepoint, whereas the Punkt is a design accessory. I was expecting to dislike it on these grounds, but strangely I didn’t, because despite its paucity of features it is both peculiar and appealing. The trigger-happy predictive text, for example, is efficient, while the ringtones are cheerful and accurate simulacra of birdsong. More than that, it feels wonderful in the hand, only to be imperceptible in the pocket. Just how a phone should be.
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Cuts in state funding for local municipalities have squeezed the sheriff’s budget, along with voters’ November rejection of a county sales-tax increase that would have generated about $20m a year for 10 years. The sheriff said Sunday he didn’t know what the solution was.
David Kennedy of suburban Barberton and Joseph Griffin Jr. of Akron, who were waiting for relatives to be released, said they wished there were more programs to help ex-inmates and more businesses willing to hire them.
4.55pm It finishes Arsenal 0-0 Sunderland. That’s a desperate result for Arsenal – their third 0-0 in a row, for which they are booed off – but a great one for Sunderland, who are surely far too good to get dragged into a relegation scrap.
The store will take orders until the end of January and loba negra descargar gratis then sell dresses at discounts and liquidate all assets.
“Our customers have been great. We tried to call everyone who had an order with us before we closed,” Younker told the Northeast Ohio Media Group. “They weren’t surprised but sad for us, they understood.”
No sign of Ebola was ever found in the store. Its manager was temporarily put under home quarantine, and some employees and customers were among the 160-plus Ohio residents whose health was monitored by officials for several weeks after Vinson’s diagnosis because of their proximity to her.
Younker says she thought about reopening elsewhere under a new name but isn’t likely to do that.
The jail received about 50 new inmates over the last two days, complicating Sunday’s release, the sheriff said. Most of those released were being held on low-level, nonviolent felony charges, and none had been charged with murder or rape. The sheriff said authorities tried to contact the victims in every case.