Archive for January 3, 2015

55 Places Names The Villages as The 2014 Community of the Year

The Villages in Central Florida is named as the active adult community of the year by the team at 55 Places. (PRWeb December 31, 2014) Read the full story at

Benton Mackenzie

Loretta Mackenzie darts out of a room carrying three adult diapers taped together over a large absorbent pad.

Young workers in retail industry win an adult's wage

Historic decision means thousands of young adults will see their wage rise by about $2 an hour.        

ATVOD acts against 29 websites to protect children from hardcore porn

ATVOD acts against six adult video on-demand services.

St Peter's Hospice shop in Yatton seeks volunteers

VOLUNTEERS are being sought to help run a charity shop in Yatton. St Peter's Hospice, which has a shop in the Pages Court precinct, is looking for people to give up a few hours a week to help the shop manager with serving customers, displaying goods and sorting donations.

HOPEWELL BOROUGH: Theyâre spinning their wheels at bike shop

The first week of December brought a spiffy looking business to Hopewell Borough at 53 East Broad St.: Sourland Cycles, which caters to the growing bicycle business in this neck of the woods.

E-cigarette users, shop owners prepared for regulation

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Vapor shop owners are bracing for potential regulations to the e-cigarette industry. Attorney General Greg Zoeller along with state legislators put together a proposed legislation to crackdown on the sale and usage of the product.

Adult who died in caravan blaze was woman

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service confirmed that the adult who died in a blaze at a mobile home was a woman. Two children also died in the fire. The 34-year-old said Christmas was ruined after the error which meant his account was frozen and he couldn't pay for Christmas dinner.

Manga Artist Megumi Igarashi Appears in Court on Obscenity Charges

Artist says work depicting her genitals should not be considered obscenity

Live court coverage 12/30

Viewing this on a mobile device? Click here UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Police say they matched a would-be pizza shop robber to a roll of toilet paper in his Pennsylvania home.