Monthly Archive: February 2021

First Neighbor Bank Corporate Center begins remodeling | Local

TOLEDO — First Neighbor Bank, a community bank based in Toledo, has started the remodeling of the bank location located one block north of the Courthouse Square in Toledo.

Earlier last year the customer service staff moved into their new location on the south side of the Courthouse Square. Scott Bland, senior vice president of operations reports this update and remodeling of the building will allow them to have enough room to house their staff that handle the day-to-day operations of the company. Their data processing department, internal auditors, human resources, network administrators and the company’s management team will occupy

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Covid relief bill: The House is set for a historic down payment on Biden’s legacy

Yet the extreme circumstances of a pandemic, an ex-President’s impeachment trial and a partisan split over the contents of the legislation have so far tended to obscure the Covid relief plan’s significance.
The bill, which the House of Representatives is expected to pass Friday with Democratic votes, has the symbolic weight and financial power to define what Biden hopes will be the post-pandemic period as it aims to quell the virus and trigger a rebound from the economic ruin in its wake. That remains true despite the Senate parliamentarian ruling Thursday that a provision raising the federal minimum wage to
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Mel Gibson’s ex-wife Robyn Moore lists Malibu home for $32M

This Malibu beach house was Robyn Moore’s pet project after she divorced Mel Gibson in 2011, but now she’s ready to let it go — for $32 million.

It’s the most expensive house of its size in West Malibu, Calif., at 5,500 square feet. But Moore’s huge asking price comes from the property’s 1-acre lot that consists of three smaller lots, creating 100 feet of coveted private beachfront, according to the listing.  

The home itself has four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

The 60-year-old bought the property for $18.15 million in 2011 following her divorce from the

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Home Upgrades That Will Stand the Test of Time

J. Pickens is no stranger to home remodeling. The designer and host of HGTV’s “The Work Around” has tackled plenty of home renovations throughout his career, and he’s learned that homeowners are concerned primarily about two things: cost and style.Related: 26 Home Makeover Ideas That Will Each Last Less Than $500Both are important factors in home improvement projects. But you shouldn’t overlook another essential element when you’re renovating your house: longevity. If you’re going to spend the money to improve the look of your home, you want to make sure that you’re paying for renovations that will stand

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