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Single mom-led families are headed towards the statistical majority of families. Given that shift, and the demands that come with being a single mom, it’s worth thinking about the importance of taking care of yourself.
10 Steps: Selling Your Home Way Above List Price
Getting better than expected offers isn’t good luck: it's good planning
Ideas for Your Yard From the Most Popular New Outdoor Spaces
Creative seating and prep space for grilling are among the designs noted by Houzz users
City Government of Albany, Oregon
UPDATE, July 30:
Hill Street remains closed to through traffic between Queen and 24th avenues to allow for final paving and striping. Work is now expected to be complete by 5 pm Friday, August 3. Local traffic and emergency vehicles will have access during the closure.
A detour route directs traffic around the area via Marion and Geary streets.
For more information, call 541-917-7676.
A BIG thank you to all who showed up Saturday for our Grand Opening! We had over 800 people in from 10-3 with a line out the door most of the day! Thanks for the support! We’re in full swing now!
#takingtimeforwhatmatters #grandopening #thisishowwedoit
The Grandma's Club
It's a superstition inherited from a faith a lot don't practice anymore - did your family practice this growing up?
Sharon Ballantine-Author & Parent Coach
Give them the freedom of knowing that they can do anything they want if they set their intention and allow it to happen for themselves.
Call 541 905 4477 for more info!
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Planning a trip this summer? Here are six simple ways to stretch your travel dollar.
Head to Oregon's Mid-Willamette Valley this month for some of the area's best festivals, fireworks and rodeos!
Mrs. Go To Girl
Who's having a picnic this weekend? Keep your food & drinks cold by freezing water filled balloons for your cooler. After they have thawed, the water balloon fight begins 🎈
The Rule That Helps You Avoid Living Paycheck to Paycheck
In this excerpt from 'You Need a Budget', Jesse Mecham explains how to break this dangerous cycle.
6 Moving Mistakes Couples Make
Whether you're moving in together for the first time or are relocating for the nth time, you'll want expert organizer Peter Walsh's tried-and-true strategies for packing, unpacking and not killing each other along the way.
I think it’s safe to say most real estate agents would agree with this sentiment, right?
Why the robust economy doesn't reflect the reality for many Americans
From families bearing heavier child care costs to couples struggling to afford a home, people across the U.S. are straining to succeed despite the economy's gains
I'm the funniest person I know! 😉
Albany Parks & Recreation
Albany Parks and Recreation, invites you to join us for our Family BBQ and Build-It Day at Gibson Hill Park. It all happens on Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m-1 p.m. This family activity includes a wonderful BBQ meal provided by The Oregon Barbecue Company. You’ll also be able to put your building skills to use as you and your child construct a project provided by Home Depot. You must register in order to be apart of the fun!
The cost is $5 per person. Register today at www.albanyparksandrecreation.org or call 541-917-7777.
Father, daughter to graduate together from LBCC
50th commencement ceremony is Monday
Top 5 Landscaping Tips to Increase Property Value
If you’re wondering how landscaping can turn into one of your home’s most valuable assets, here are some tips to get you started.
18 Things Everyone Can Agree on, Regardless of Political Beliefs
We have more in common than you think.
Bradford pears are like exes: they are good-looking, but man, are they a bad idea.
Greater Albany Public Schools
Do you have some time to volunteer? You can make a difference by reading with kids. Learn more and see contact information for Start Making a Reader Today. They are recruiting reading volunteers for the next school year.
Nine easy ways to improve your credit score
While building credit is more of a marathon than a sprint, there are a few strategies that can raise your score fairly quickly with minimal effort.
Here are some awesome tips for your sellers to keep in mind! Curb appeal is a buyer's first impression!🌷🌹🌻#RealEstateAdvice
It's certainly been quite a road to recovery, but Seattle's Tyler Lockett is back to full health at long last. Lockett played all of last season for the...
City of Salem
New Drinking Water Advisory for Vulnerable Populations.
Applies To: Vulnerable Populations of the City of Salem, City of Turner, Suburban East Salem Water District, and Orchard Heights Water Association
Does Not Apply To: Healthy individuals over 6, Keizer, Private drinking water wells
Results from water quality samples received Wednesday morning (June 6, 2018) indicate that cyanotoxins are present in the City of Salem’s water distribution system at levels that exceed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines for children and vulnerable populations.
For the vast majority of Salem residents, the water is safe to drink and no action is needed.
Until further notice, a Drinking Water Advisory is in place that applies to the following populations ONLY:
• Children under the age of six
• People with compromised immune systems or pre-existing liver conditions
• People receiving dialysis treatment, or other sensitive populations
• The elderly
• Pregnant women or nursing mothers
The City is currently working on distribution sites for vulnerable populations. Residents in need of assistance can contact City of Salem Public Works at 503-588-6311. For medical information during the advisory, please call 2-1-1. Industrial consumers with questions and those seeking health-related information can contact the Marion County Environmental Services at 503-588-5346.
The City will continue to post sample results, and updated information related to Salem’s water advisory on the City of Salem website and page. Neighbors are encouraged to look out for those who are unable to collect bottled water on their own.
La ciudad de Salem emite un nuevo aviso sobre el agua potable para las poblaciones vulnerables
Aplica a: Poblaciones Vulnerables de la Ciudad de Salem, Ciudad de Turner, Suburban East Salem Water District, y Orchard Heights Water Association
No se aplica a: personas mayores de 6 años, Ciudad de Keizer, pozos de agua potable privados
Salem, Oregon - Los resultados de muestras de calidad del agua recibidas el miércoles 6 de Junio de 2018 indican que las cianotoxinas están presentes en el sistema de distribución de agua de la Ciudad de Salem en niveles que exceden las pautas de la EPA (Agencia de Protección Ambiental) para niños menor de 6 años poblaciones vulnerables.
Para la gran mayoría de los residentes de Salem, el agua es segura para beber y no se necesita tomar ninguna medida.
Hasta nuevo aviso, existe un Aviso de agua potable que se aplica SOLAMENTE a las siguientes poblaciones:
• Niños menores de seis años
• Personas con sistemas inmunes comprometidos o condiciones hepáticas preexistentes
• Personas que reciben tratamiento de diálisis u otras poblaciones sensibles
• Los ancianos
• Mujeres embarazadas o madres lactantes
La Ciudad actualmente trabaja en establecer sitios de distribución para poblaciones vulnerables. Los residentes que necesiten asistencia pueden ponerse en contacto con la Ciudad de Salem Public Works al 503-588-6311. Para obtener información médica durante el aviso, llame al 2-1-1. Los consumidores industriales con preguntas y aquellos que buscan información relacionada con la salud pueden comunicarse con los Servicios Ambientales del Condado de Marion al 503-588-5346.
La Ciudad continuará publicando los resultados de las muestras y la información actualizada relacionada con el aviso de agua de Salem en el sitio web de la Ciudad de Salem y la página de Facebook. Se alienta a los vecinos a buscar a aquellos que no pueden recolectar agua embotellada por sí mismos.
Fun times are coming!........
Get your house ready for summer with a mix of maintenance musts and breezy room refreshes
Is Colorful Grout the Next Big Trend in Tile Design?
See how grout in 7 eye-catching colors is spicing up kitchens and bathrooms abroad
4 Things NOT to Do When Putting Your Home on the Market
So you've put your home on the market. Congratulations! As you start checking things off your to-do list, it's also important to pay mind of what NOT to do.
In a nutshell...
Before you accept or reject, here are some things to consider when evaluating an offer.
Happy #NationalHomeOwnershipMonth! We'll be celebrating homeowners throughout June 🏡❤️
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Brick & Mortar Cafe
Happy National Donut Day 😍🍩
A Little somethin' Somethings
Well Friends, it’s Friday, it’s the new month of June, and the commencement of all things Summer! How great to be blessed with new beginnings and so much to look forward to☀️❤️
Albany Art Studio
This Friday! $25 per person Be there.
Cost vs. Value: The Home Improvement Projects With the Highest ROI in 2018
As evidenced by Remodeling magazine’s newly-released Cost vs. Value Report, average ROI for home improvement projects dipped across the board.
Pete Carroll Shares Facebook Post Breaking Down Current Issues in Our Society
For better or worse, football and politics have become closely tied to each other in recent history. From Colin Kaepernick's anthem protest to President...
Connecticut just banned bump stocks!
Thank you to the Office of Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Connecticut Against Gun Violence for bringing lawmakers together from both sides of the aisle to pass this life-saving legislation and sign it into law. They are proving that even if Congress refuses to act, states will take steps to make our communities safer. #BanBumpStocks
Who says you can't do it all?
After four years of juggling life in the #NFL with the rigors of med school, The Kansas City Chiefs guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif kept a draft day promise to himself and completed his medical degree at McGill University.
Dear Salem residents: In light of the recent water contamination, we are opening up our water fountains at our Keizer and Albany locations to anybody who needs access to clean water!
3850 River Rd N, Keizer, OR 97303
1177 Waverly Dr SE, Albany, OR 97322
2125 Pacific Blvd SW
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