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    A middle-aged couple in Daytona Beach, Florida were stabbed to death, their throats slashed, as they rode their bicycles home from a Bike Week event over the weekend. On Tuesday, police announced they have a person of interest in the double homicide, and are asking for the public’s help in identifying him. The pair, 48-year-old Terry Aultman and 55-year-old Brenda Aultman, were locals, Daytona Beach Police Department Chief Jakari Young said in an impromptu news conference, describing the slaying as “probably one of the most vicious and gruesome incidents that I’ve witnessed in my 20 years” on the job. Shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday, cops responded to a 911 call from a man who found the Aultmans lying in a grassy area next to the sidewalk, covered in blood, according to a news release from the City of Daytona Beach. “We found two people possibly dead,” the caller told the dispatcher. “And there's blood everywhere.” Asked why he thought the two were dead, the unidentified caller said, “I mean, they are not moving. I don’t really want to get...
    A house attached to the rear of a strip mall was heavily damaged during an early-morning fire in Fairfield County. The blaze broke out at 2 a.m., Monday, Feb. 28 at 172 Main St., in Norwalk. Responding firefighters encountered heavy smoke pushing from the attic of the two-story home located in the rear of the strip mall on the corner of Main and Center Avenue, said Deputy Chief Edward Prescott of the Norwalk Fire Department. Firefighters quickly advanced a hose line to the attic, ventilated the roof, and extinguish a mattress fire that had extended to the contents of the room, he said. Two occupants that were home at the time of the fire were able to flee the home before firefighters arrived. The fire, which heavily damaged the home making it unfit for occupancy, was extinguished by 3:15 a.m., Prescott said. Fire inspector Bryan Scully is investigating the cause of the fire. The two residents are staying with friends until repairs can be made.
    A man was stabbed in the calf during a fight at a central Pennsylvania home on Saturday, according to a release by the police. The West Earl Township police were called to a report of suspicious vehicles in the area of Main Street and Miller Road in Akron on Feb. 26 around 2 a.m., police say. Upon arrival police found two unoccupied vehicles but heard "a commotion at a (home) in the area," WEPD write in the release. Police soon found a man in his 20s laying in the yard of a home on Main Street, they say. Officer applied a tourniquet to help stop the bleeding until EMS came and took him to Lancaster General Hospital, according to the release. The man was in stable condition before he went to the hospital, the police say. WEPD is asking anyone who was at the residence, who may have left or know who the suspect is to contact Detective Byrnes at 717-859-1411 or by email: [email protected]
    A one-of-a-kind artisan home decor and gift shop will soon open its doors in Flemington. The Gift Horse Candle Shop & Home Accents will soon open its doors at 138 Main St., according to Dave Norton, owner of The Corner boutique and photography studio located just down the road at 52 Main St. The Gift Horse specializes in “country chic farmhouse and primitive style” home decor items like candles, wreaths, signs, scented sprays, and more, its Facebook page says. The shop is slated to open Saturday, March 5. However, Norton says customers can still stop in and take an early peek — or make an early purchase — and talk to Kris and Chris, who previously owned N’Joy Yourself gift shop on Stangl Road. Scroll down to view additional photos from inside the store. Follow The Gift Horse Candle Shop & Home Accents on Facebook for the latest updates. The Gift Horse Candle Shop, 138 Main Street Flemington, NJ 08822
    There’s nothing better than being treated to a shopping spree on Rodeo Drive, except maybe acquiring a lavish compound outside of Manhattan to call your very own. Both dream scenarios involve Richard Gere, but sadly, he’s only footing the bill for the former… and then only if your name is Julia Roberts—er—Vivian Ward. But that doesn’t mean becoming the queen of a bucolic New York estate is a pipe dream. For a modest $28 million, this Pound Ridge compound that Mr. Gere has enjoyed for the last 20 years could now be yours for the taking. Courtesy Trulia There are five different structures scattered around the property (read: plenty of space to breath between you and your fellow residents when you need some alone time). This one is from the main house which clocks in at nearly 11,700 square feet. It’s giant—three stories, eight rooms, and 11 bathrooms—but still maintains that cozy New England charm. Courtesy Trulia And on the theme of counting up your spoils, the main house also has nine fireplaces. But don’t worry, this is mostly just...
    Prince Charles will move into Buckingham Palace when he becomes king – with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge potentially taking over Windsor Castle. In recent years there has been speculation that the official London residence of the monarch will become a 'working hub' for the monarchy, with no members of the Royal Family in residence, and opened up more to the public as a visitor attraction. But the Daily Mail understands that the Prince of Wales is 'firmly of the view that it's the visible symbol of the monarchy in the nation's capital and therefore must be his home'. Prince Charles will move into Buckingham Palace when he becomes king – with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge potentially taking over Windsor Castle (pictured in May 2020) 'There is no question about it,' a source revealed yesterday. 'HRH's view is that you need a monarch at monarchy HQ. This has never been in doubt.' Buckingham Palace is one of the most iconic buildings in the world, first used as the official London residence for British monarchs by Queen Victoria...
    HOPKINTON (CBS) – Hopkinton Police are looking for help finding the driver wanted for a hit-and-run last month that left a man seriously hurt. Deputy Police Chief John Porter told the MetroWest Daily News a man from Ashland was hit near 7 East Main Street back on Saturday, January 22 around 3 a.m. That’s just a few yards from the Boston Marathon starting line. Porter said a nurse on her way home from work spotted the 31-year-old man unconscious in the middle of the road. He was rushed to UMass-Memorial Medical Center in Worcester where he’s still being treated for his injuries, the deputy chief told the paper. In a Facebook post, police said they have identified a “vehicle of interest” that might be involved. “We are asking anyone who lives on East Main Street, Main Street and West Main Street, that have any home video surveillance footage from January 22nd between the hours of 2:00am and 3:00am to please contact Detective Benjamin Stickney,” they wrote in the post. Police called it an ”isolated incident.”
    A GAY couple were banned from buying their dream home because "homosexuality is against God's word". Luke Whitehouse and Lachlan Mantell were denied the chance to view the £650,000 property and were even sent Bible passages from the devoutly Christian current owners. 4Luke Whitehouse and his partner Lachlan Mantell were barred from a house viewing because of their sexuality 4Lachlan was told the £650,000 property could not be sold to 'two men in a partnership'Credit: Twitter They spotted the three-bed house in Coulsdon, Surrey on website Purplebricks last week and immediately fell in love with it so requested an in-person look. But builder Luke Main, 33, and his wife, Cambridge University medical physicist Dr Joanna Brunker, 34, refused to let Luke and Lachlan even visit the semi-detached cottage - let alone buy it. They were told that it could simply not be sold to "two men in a partnership" before being hit with Bible passages describing their relationship as "a sin". Luke, 34, told MailOnline: "Initially, for the first 10 seconds, I laughed. I thought it...
    BELOVED radio host Les Grobstein dies at 69 in his home after 50 years on the air. Grobstein was found dead in his Elk Grove Village, Illinois, home on Sunday afternoon, according to blogger Robert Feder. 1Radio sportscaster Les Grobstein was found dead in his home on Sunday afternoonCredit: Twitter Grobstein had reportedly been out sick since January 12. However, no information regarding his cause of death has been released. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. We pay for your stories!Do you have a story for The US Sun team? Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS
    Remember those good ol’ days in long ago 2021 when there was a bright spot where it seemed like the world may be getting back to normal? Well, those dreams have been soundly obliterated by Omicron. The upside is, if you managed to miss the real estate rush of the past two years, now is still the perfect time to secure a new end-of-days retreat. The Barn in Tivoli is a nearly $1.9 million paradise that perfectly fits that description: 3,300 square feet of living space, 4.5 acres to run your frustrations out on outside, access to a creek and woods, and a rural location that’s not too far from the center of the village. Alon Koppel The Hudson River Valley is known for its antiquing, which is the vibe of the main house on this property. The structure was originally built in the late 1800s as a barn, but was renovated to be a charming, rustic modern home with all the luxurious amenities denied its former equine inhabitants. Alon Koppel The property has four bedrooms, which is plenty of...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — With the freezing temperatures in Chicago lately, a water main break is the last thing anyone wants to hear about. But one happened in the Grand Crossing neighborhood, and it has left a watery mess that has caused frustration and backup. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Another Mild Day; Flurries, Snow Showers PossibleAs CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported, the intersection of 83rd Street and Ingleside Avenue was left flooded Tuesday after days of below-freezing temperatures that are known to pose risks to water mains. Late Wednesday, residents on the block were without running water. City crews were on scene trying to fix the problem, and by 10 p.m., the floodwaters had receded and a sinkhole was visible. But an hour earlier, the water was more than ankle-high and was rising. “And it smells,” said Carol Chandler. “This is sewer water.” Those high above are safe, but Carol Chandler and other neighbors are trapped. “Our front door is blocked with water and the alley entrance way is blocked with water,” Chandler said. Even Terry himself couldn’t get to Chandler...
    As someone with student debt—in spite of being lucky enough to work full-time, including during the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic—I know firsthand how many barriers come when you’re paying back not only a loan but a loan with a considerably high interest rate. Even on income-based repayment plans, student loan payments can seriously cut into the money you have to live in the day-to-day world, like when it comes to rent, groceries, or transportation. It can also cut into the money you have to save, which as many in finance will tell you, is crucial when it comes to long-term stability and security. Putting money into retirement funds when you’re young is widely recommended, and many money-focused folks are quick to berate young renters for “wasting” money each month instead of investing in their own property. There are more than just financial reasons why someone wouldn’t necessarily want to own their own home, but a new report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) shares some stunning numbers: More than half of the people who responded to an online poll via Morning Consult...
    A distraught Ridgefield Park man shot himself dead after barricading himself in his home Thursday night, authorities confirmed. Scott DeGraw, 58, had recently lost a close friend and was “going through a tough situation,” one responder said. A woman sustained minor injuries after trying to take a knife from him when police were called around 7:30 p.m., he said. The area around the Main Street home near Grand Avenue was cordoned off and a SWAT team responded, along with borough, Bogota, Little Ferry and Ridgefield police, Lt. Arthur Jensen said. Everyone else got out of the home safely. “Attempts to negotiate with DeGraw were futile and entry was made into the residence” a little over two hours later, Jensen said. DeGraw “was found deceased of a self-inflicted injury,” he said. Main Street, Ridgefield ParkCONTRIBUTED****** The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Or text CONNECT to 741-741.You are not...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A water main break created a mess in the upscale neighborhood of Bel Air Thursday morning. Aug. 12, 2021. (CBSLA) A pipe break occurred in the area of St. Pierre and Bellagio roads sometime before 3 a.m. It sent a stream of water flowing downhill and appeared to have caused damage to at least one home. Los Angeles Fire Department crews were on scene working keep the water from flooding the home. L.A. Department of Water and Power crews had also responded. The cause and circumstances of the break were unclear. The extend of the damage to the home was also unconfirmed.
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    AMERICANS are planning on using home deliveries as their primary form of shopping – even post-pandemic, a new study has revealed. Going to a physical store may be a thing of the past. 4A new survey revealed people prefer to purchase onlineCredit: Getty 4Many people avoided the stores during the Covid-19 pandemicCredit: Getty According to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, 56 percent expect to use home delivery more in the future – and of those, 83 percent think there will come a time when home delivery is their primary method of shopping. And they’ll expect to see these changes soon: for these respondents, 50 percent believe that shift will occur within the next five years. Seven in 10 respondents are using home delivery more now than ever before due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the same number (70 percent) have been using it more frequently, specifically for necessities.   But while the pandemic may have changed Americans’ behaviors, these new habits aren’t going away anytime soon; results found 69 percent plan to continue shopping online, even after the pandemic...
    CARMEL — The former home of actress Kim Novak sits on a surf-whipped, secluded outcropping of rock at Yankee Point near Carmel Highlands, a seemingly serene sanctuary for any owner, and it is currently on the market for $12.5 million. “The uniqueness of the property comes from the absolute drama in the experience of being there,” said Jonathan Spencer, the listing agent with Compass. “The proximity of the water, being built right on the granite shelf there, the mist, gulls, sunsets, … you’re on the front row of the Pacific Ocean.” Location: Carmel Highlands, Calif. | Price: $12.5 million | Year: 1957 | Specs: 2,070 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms | Lot Size: 2 acres (Jonathan Spencer Properties; Associated Press) “This home speaks to the inner artist in all of us, just the drama of the scene out there is something you have to see in person to appreciate,” says Spencer. “The drama, the privacy and just the ability to be in your own coastal world, yet still close to Carmel-by-the-Sea, but...
    The Hamptons lair of a late billionaire is looking for its next deep-pocketed owner. Sitting on exclusive Georgica Pond in Wainscott is the longtime home of real-estate developer Sheldon Solow, who died in November at the age of 92 with a net worth north of $4 billion. The estate has been listed for $70 million, according to a jaw-dropping update from the real-estate portal Out East. The main home measures around 10,000 square feet.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman The Wall Street Journal first reported the news. The property stands on exclusive Georgica Pond.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Solow was best known for his namesake Solow Building at 9 W. 57th St. in Midtown — a 50-story office tower whose facades form striking slopes at street level. He bought the roughly 14-acre Wainscott property for $19.5 million in 2006, according to the Journal, and the shingled main house was completed around 2010. The main home includes a roomy kitchen with a breakfast area.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman That approximately 10,000-square-foot domicile includes a double-height entry foyer, a family room that opens to a...
    PALMDALE (CBSLA) — A mobile home community in Palmdale has been out of running water for three days now. The water main failed on Friday and the situation has yet to be remedied in the 200-plus mobile home community. READ MORE: Silver Alert Issued For Missing 62-Year-Old John Frias In Lancaster Residents at Thousand Elms Mobile Lodge are now furious with the mobile home community’s owner, who reportedly did not request help from the city until Monday when cases of water were finally delivered to each resident. One man brought pool water to his neighbor’s homes so that senior citizens in the community could have a way to flush the toilet. READ MORE: Pursuit Ends With Driver In Custody Following Standoff In La Crescenta; Passenger Also In Custody “I am from a third-world country. If this happened there, the government would bring a truck with water. And here, there is nothing,” a resident said. With soaring temperatures that have been hitting the Southland — in some cases, in the triple digits — being without water could prove to be dangerous...