Karin Caro, John Fitzgerald and eventually Michael Ardolino sit and talk about what we really want this Valentine’s Day..is it frozen wine, hot stone massage or poetry? Of course, there’s always the latest real estate news and information including that there are more home sales this year so far than compared to last year.
John and Karin spoke about the new governmental program on PMI that can save you money.
Originally posted on Mr. Long Island's Search for Truth & Beauty:
This may earn me a lifetime ban from the He-Man Women Haters Club, but I find high school sweethearts who marry and stay married intriguing.
I think of how different we all are from my high school days – physically and mentally – and I can not fathom how enduring a love must be to survive not one but two people changing to that extent. I also can’t fathom living my entire life based on a decision made by a teenager.
So when I got wind of a contest being sponsored by the Holiday Inn in Carle Place that celebrates High School Sweethearts with a contest for the best HSS story – winning prize is a romantic weekend getaway – I posted it to my Facebook page and to my high school alumni pages. Wow! The immediate feedback was heartwarming, if you will. One family has three sisters still married to…
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By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer
Good afternoon everyone,
It’s a nice day out there with mostly sunny skies and an afternoon high of 50 in the city. Mostly clear tonight, with lows in the upper 30s for New York City and upper 20s for the far north-west suburbs. These temps are running about 10 degrees above normal for today.
This trend continues right into tomorrow, with another sunny day. Slightly warmer, with highs in the low 50s for your Saturday.
After that, Sunday will bring the next chance of some showers as a cold front approaches. Mostly cloudy, with highs in the upper 40s.
Behind the front, temps drop back down for next week and into the new year. It’ll definitely feel more like winter around here soon. But for now, enjoy the mild weather this weekend!
Check back in soon!
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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Shenida Griffith knows all too well what it’s like to have to choose between taking care of a sick kid and holding down a job.
The Trenton resident says she was fired two years ago from a chain restaurant after her son, now 5, was hospitalized and she asked to take several days off to care for him.
“When my kids get sick, I’m a very hands-on kind of person,” said Griffith, who’s 21. “I literally want to be there for every snot, every tear.”
Soon, she hopes, she and other New Jersey parents will have that option.
An estimated 140,000 state residents are entitled to or are about to be entitled to paid sick leave under a wave of legislation that has swept through municipalities, but more than 1 million aren’t. At this point last year, the state had no laws on the books giving employees…
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