Veterans in Atlanta Scammed By Real Estate Company – Almost Caused Evictions

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Cheryl Triplett is a Gulf War veteran. She also always pays her rent on time. However, that didn’t help her much when a Sheriff’s deputy knocked on her door to present her with an eviction notice. Luckily for Cheryl, she had receipts showing that her rent had been paid, and that the money had been received by Stratford Corporate Realty, the real estate company that had sublet the apartment to her. Read more

Naples Boy Donates $1,000 to Help Homeless Veterans

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Eight-year-old Jacob Vivirito presented the Canandaigua VA Medical Center with a check for $1,006. The money will go toward the VA’s programs for homeless veterans.

An eight year old Naples boy named Jacob Vivirito recently donated a check for $1,006.00 to the Canandaigua VA Medical Center that will go toward helping homeless veterans.

The youngster began raising the money by playing his guitar outside of his home on Eelpot Road in Naples and collecting money from passersby. Once people discovered what he was raising money for many decided to help out and donated money toward his cause. Read more

New Homes Available in Twin Eagles

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Stock Signature Homes have eight signature homes that are located at the Twin Eagles private country club in the North Naples community.

The sales and marketing vice president for Stock Development, Claudine Léger-Wetzel, revealed about the expansion of its offerings at the Wicklow and Hedgestone neighborhoods. He also mentioned three exquisite and furnished models ready and tagged with attractive terms for leasing, three more undergoing constructions and expected to be completed by fall, and two others that are set for construction beginning next month. Read more

Devastating Effects of Hurricane Odile

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Out of all the hurricanes to hit the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, hurricane Odile is the worst so far. The 125 mph winds of the category 3 storm blew all over the place, causing severe damage to buildings and people. It is estimated that around 11 inches of rain were experienced in a span of just one hour. This was reported by Nick Wiltgen who is a meteorologist for The Weather Channel. This is quite shocking since the average annual rainfall of the region is 13 inches. Receiving 11 inches in an hour must have been very devastating. There is a possibility that the readings were inaccurate due to damage to the equipments but the fact remains that unusually heavy rainfall was experienced. Read more