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Tierney September 6, 2012 at 12:14 pm
Blessings to Lauren and her family for giving Monty a chance in this life. I have two dogs and IRead More just can't fathom how people can be so careless about a dog. There is simply no better love than the unconditional love and loyalty they give. Dogs are the best people I know.
Randy Rawson September 6, 2012 at 02:21 pm
There is a special place in Heaven for folks like Lauren Bradford. Her parents should be veryRead More proud.
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Jimm Greer August 26, 2012 at 07:00 pm
This is such an awesome way to bring awareness to suicide prevention. Being a cyclist myself I amRead More especially find if the way in which they are raising awareness. We will priority this events and the efforts of Tom and Zach in our website www.umtr2me.org, as well as our Facebook and twitter pages. AWESOME!!!!
Jamie M. Rogers (Editor) August 27, 2012 at 12:45 am
Thanks so much Jimm! I didn't make to the event today, but I'm sure it was inspirational.
ACTS July 26, 2012 at 12:11 pm
We at ACTS are excited and busy getting ready for our annual visit from Wegman’s today! SinceRead More arriving in PWC they have been a strong and consistent supporter of the ACTS Food Pantry. The amount of food they bring is matched by the energy and generous spirit of the Wegmans employees that come to unload and sort the food. Cannot wait until they arrive today!!! Check out our FB page later today for pictures and more details from this great event! www.facebook.com/actspwc. Check out our website for more details on how you can get invovled! www.actspwc.org
Sharon Danner June 5, 2012 at 03:09 am
Minorities and first time home buyers were targeted for fraudulent loans. Their real estate brokersRead More assured them that they qualified and could afford loans that they did not understand. Often there was a language issue. If you have ever bought a home you must know that the legaleze and the mounds of paper create a difficult climate for even the most proficient English speaker. Yes, there is fault on both sides but the fraud was perpetrated by the lending institutions. Also many foreclosures came not because the homes were too expensive but because the owner's income changed.
Anthony June 5, 2012 at 04:12 pm
No, it was all Americans that where targeted by lenders who did stated income stated asset loansRead More (which made up 60% of all loans at the end of 2007) which allowed individuals to borrow against current residents and buy new home that they wouldn't have qualified for under normal underwriting guidelines... now we verify everything... just hope it not to little or to last...
Nick Whitten June 7, 2012 at 12:07 pm
Sharon again, personal responsibility...you lay it all out there and then put a giantRead More "but" on the end, negating all the facts you so perfectly stated. There is no but, and no surprise its minorities that make up the majority of those getting this "bale out". No matter how you slice it it boils down to, "oh wait, because I had no idea what I was getting into now I can't afford my home, oh well someone else can pay." This is why our country is nearly flat lined...no more bale outs.
Connie Moser May 16, 2012 at 12:05 pm
Many Dale City residents remember the Betts' family from their huge Christmas display in the frontRead More yard. Visitors came from near and far and the Betts spent so much time and labor setting up their decorations each year. Please return a little of that kindness by helping them out with some of the tasks noted above. Email: dalecitychristmashouse@gmail.com and let them know what you can do to help.