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    Kitchen Remodel, Bath Remodel, home renovations, Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater/Bellaire/Palm Ha… – Video - May 4, 2015 by admin


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    Encinitas Home Remodeling Contractors Room Addition Testimonial for Classic Home Improvements – Video - April 27, 2015 by admin


    Encinitas Home Remodeling Contractors Room Addition Testimonial for Classic Home Improvements
    Encinitas home remodeling contractors room addition testimonial for Classic Home Improvements San Diego. They did a great job with building a room addition onto my home in Encinitas, CA....

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    Clairemont Master Bedroom Addition – Video - April 26, 2015 by admin


    Clairemont Master Bedroom Addition
    Check out the progress on our room addition in Clairemont.

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    2 6Th Ave, Wanaque, NJ 07420 – Video - April 18, 2015 by admin


    2 6Th Ave, Wanaque, NJ 07420
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    Think Tuition Is Rising Fast? Try Room And Board - April 9, 2015 by admin

    Universities can have a hard time resisting the lure of luxury, which keeps room and board prices rising. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

    Universities can have a hard time resisting the lure of luxury, which keeps room and board prices rising.

    Valerie Inniss took out $11,500 in student loans this year to pay for the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

    None of it was for tuition.

    The 21-year-old is on a four-year, full-tuition scholarship, won on the strength of her high school test scores. And she qualifies for the maximum federal Pell Grant $5,730 for low-income students.

    But that and a campus job were still not enough to cover all her other costs and fees, from healthcare to books. The biggest expense? Nearly $11,000 for room and board, a charge that's risen 15 percent since she started college four years ago.

    That breaks down to about $24 a day for food on the cheapest meal plan an amount that's twice what the government says the average American spends per day on food. To share a room will cost $786 a month, which isn't that far below the median monthly rent for an entire apartment or house in America $904 a month.

    "I hate it. I absolutely hate it," Inniss says. "But there's nothing I can do about it because I value the education I'm getting here. It's a risk I'm taking."

    In addition to steadily raising tuition, but with much less notice, public four-year universities have increased their charges for room and board by 9 percent above inflation in the past five years, according to the College Board. At private colleges, the price has gone up 6 percent above inflation.

    Without the inflation adjustment, room and board fees at public colleges and universities have spiked by more than 20 percent since 2009. At private institutions, they're up 17 percent.

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    Ahoy Fees! Cruise Lines Test Room Service Charges - April 9, 2015 by admin

    Are the cruise lines going the way of the airlines?

    A la carte pricing is coming to cruising -- specifically, to some room service items on two major cruise lines. Carnival Cruise Lines will debut a pilot program next week on three of its ships where some room service items will incur a cost.

    The announcement is the second of its kind. Norwegian Cruise Line, a Carnival competitor, recently began testing a $7.95 "convenience charge" for room service on the Norwegian Getaway and Norwegian Breakaway. (The food items themselves are still free on NCL.)

    On three Carnival ships -- Carnival Imagination, Carnival Conquest and Carnival Pride -- certain room service items will incur a charge as of April 12. Those items include chicken wings, fried shrimp, quesadillas, personal pizzas and sushi, the cruise line said. A wide range of items are still available at no charge, a cruise line representative told ABC News, "including seven different hot and cold sandwiches, three salad choices, three desserts and eight beverages, along with a Continental breakfast menu."

    The charge for the items will be $4 to $7. The program may expand to other ships based on guest feedback.

    Free room service has long been a favorite feature for cruisers, where food costs are generally considered to be part of the cost of sailing. Should potential cruisers be worried about more fees to come?

    Over the years, weve certainly seen a number of new fees rolled out across some cruise lines and we do hear fears of nickel-and-diming from our avid cruisers who are used to the more traditional, more inclusive cruise fare model," said Carolyn Spencer Brown, editor-in-chief of CruiseCritic.com. "From a broader perspective, what were seeing, especially with big ship lines, is a closer alignment to more of a land resort model."

    But she points out that the price of a cruise, while not all-inclusive, includes a lot. Accommodations, dining, kids clubs, entertainment and travel from place to place are all included in the price paid. These new fees, Brown said, are for offerings cruise lines may not have had in the past. And it's true that both NCL and Carnival Corp are adding more to the room service menus as they introduce fees.

    "Weve seen that, for the most part, the addition of new fees is for either upgraded offerings or for features that simply hadnt been available before," Brown said, "rather than the lines unbundling fares and charging for what was previously included in the cost of a cruise.

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    Twitter tweaks 'quote tweet' feature to add more text - April 8, 2015 by admin

    Twitter is tweaks its quote tweet button to add room for additional comments. Twitter

    Twitter has revamped its "quote tweet" functionality to let users say more about the original message they are retweeting.

    The overhaul will now embed the original tweet instead of displaying it as a text version, the company announced late Monday. The tweak will also allow Twitter users to add 116 characters of commentary in addition to the 140-character limit of the quoted tweet.

    The update addresses a key complaint that Twitter users had with the quote tweet function, namely that it formerly left little or no room for other users to add commentary to retweets, defeating its purpose. The new functionality underscores Twitter's push to increase user engagement with the product -- something investors hope will translate into increased advertising revenue.

    The social network announced a new feature in August that would surface tweets for users from accounts they don't follow -- a significant departure from its traditional practice of showing users only tweets from accounts they follow, as well as retweets and promoted tweets. With the same goal of increased engagement in mind, Twitter announced a new feature in January called Recap that recycles tweets deemed most relevant that were originally posted while users "were away" that they might not otherwise see.

    Twitter said in February that 288 million people now actively use the service every month, up from the 284 million it reported in the third quarter. While Wall Street had looked for 295 monthly active users, investors welcomed the news, sending shares up more than 23 percent in the past two months.

    Twitter began rolling out the update to Web and iPhone users on Monday, according to Mike Davidson, vice president of design at Twitter. An Android version is promised to be "coming soon."

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    Percy Harvin: World has yet to see me 'really explode' - April 8, 2015 by admin

    It's time for the best -- and most misleading -- part of the NFL offseason.

    Players for three clubs are now working out with their new teammates and after a few hours, they collectively get that feeling that their grouping of talent is far superior to any other grouping of talent in the NFL.

    Go, Percy Harvin!

    How about you, Rex Ryan?

    And why not. Let's get some positive vibes from EJ Manuel, too.

    We're not suggesting these bold predictions won't come true, it's just that this is the product of an offseason workout schedule and one practice. One. Practice.

    We're also not suggesting the Bills will be the only team sounding like this at the start of voluntary offseason workouts. After all, everyone is a Super Bowl contender in April.

    The latest Around The NFL Podcast welcomes back Colleen Wolfe to the show and breaks down team needs heading into the draft. Find more Around The NFL content on NFL NOW.

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    Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of Renovations Coming To YMCA - April 8, 2015 by admin

    Pottsville, Schuylkill County - The paper on the front door of the Schuylkill YMCA is a sign that big changes are coming to the facility on Centre Street in Pottsville.

    "We have a lot, of just positive, things going on at the (YMCA)," Bob Oravitz, the CEO of the Schuylkill YMCA, said.

    Oravitz told Eyewitness News that thanks a recent fundraising campaign and a local grant the Schuylkill YMCA has more than 100-thousand dollars for renovations.

    Work has started on the woman's locker room.

    "We took what was a locker room facility that could be best described as a latrine and we've changed that into an accommodating experience for our female members," Oravitz said. Oravitz also said they're adding new shower facilities along with an updated cooling system.

    The men's locker room is also scheduled for a similar upgrade.

    On the main floor the basketball floor will be replaced.

    On the top floor the teen room is also getting a makeover.

    "Upstairs in our teen center we're going to be constructing and building a state-of-the-art teen tutoring center and computer lab," Oravitz said.

    Oravitz told Eyewitness News the upgrades to the teen center includes bringing in new computers.

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    4502 W 152nd Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44135 – Video - April 6, 2015 by admin


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