Daily Archive: May 22, 2022

Half Shell Oyster House opening new Alabama location

Half Shell Oyster House is set to open its third Birmingham-area location.

The Gulfport, Mississippi-based chain famous for its charbroiled oysters will open a new location at the Campus 124 development in Pelham.

Campus 124 is a $10 million mixed-use development in Shelby County located at the former Valley Elementary School off U.S. 31. The development, which is a sister project of Huntsville’s Campus No. 805, is a part of Pelham’s new entertainment district and trail system, the Pelham Bishop Creek Greenway. In 2021, craft beer taproom and bottle shop The Beer Hog became one of Campus 124′s first tenants

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Michael Gove tells Lords to move 170 miles out of London during refurb

Refurbishment works at Palace of Westminster (Picture: PA/ Getty)

The House of Lords could be forced to move to the North, Midlands, South West, Scotland or Wales (Pictures: PA/Getty)

Michael Gove has told the House of Lords ‘they should sit outside London’ while Westminster Palace is being refurbished, it has been reported.

The cabinet minister said peers can’t use the Queen Elizabeth II Centre around the corner while works on the Victorian building take place, a leaked letter reveals.

MPs and peers have long known the multi-billion pound project is needed but the debate over how the work should be carried out is still raging.

Under Mr Gove’s plan,

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MSP sued by Flint family after they say troopers raided the wrong house

(Editor’s note: This story has been updated to include a statement from the Michigan State Police.)

FLINT, MI – In April 2021, troopers with the Michigan State Police allegedly burst into a Flint home without knocking or announcing themselves.

With their guns drawn, they allegedly pulled a family member from a shower, entered the bedrooms of children and forced the family to sit in their living room without explaining why they were in their home.

After an hour, police realized their mistake; the home they were in was not connected to the murder they were investigating. Instead, it was only

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Lowe’s CEO Marvin Ellison says work-from-home and a robust housing market continue to give the home improvement retailer a boost

Consumers may be preparing for spring and summer travel and events but Lowe’s Cos. Chief Executive Marvin Ellison says shoppers will keep spending on their homes.

“The home will be forever redefined by the pandemic,” Ellison told MarketWatch on Wednesday after the home improvement retailer
reported fiscal first-quarter results.

Key among the ways in which the home has shifted during COVID-19 is that for many it doubles as a workspace. He doesn’t see the nation’s workers heading back to the office in the same way they did before the pandemic.

“This drives a different kind of home spend

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