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Lenders are more cautious now, margins tighter. Big chains, once content to build on blank suburban sites, are finding that market saturated, and, instead, are swarming into the nation's reviving cities. Unfortunately, the chains are coming with their highway designs in tow.
Richard Smith. The bride is the daughter of retired Lt. Col. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Duncan O'Donnell; son, Joseph E. Jr.; daughters, Denise Shubeck, Michell McGarry and Jennifer; two brothers, and two sisters. Today at Bradley Funeral Home, Route 73 and Evesham Road, Marlton.
He filed bankruptcy in 2008, which he attributes to the loss of business that resulted from the 2006 criminal charge filed against him. Clayton Sr., 52, sheriff, has been with the Surry County Sheriff's Department for 28 years. He is a Surry County native and spent the last 20 years as chief deputy..
The event is free and open to the public. They were undefeated and ranked No. 2 in the nation heading into the holiday break.. Dow: / NASDAQ: / S 500:It become tougher to surf porn on government computers after scandals, but some workers at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission managed to find ways to bypass detection software and firewalls to get the illicit content, records show.One contract employee watched, in his words, two type Netflix movies during on his 12 hour shift at the commission office of information services, according to case records reviewed by The Washington Times.Another employee repeatedly used the photo sharing site Flickr to search for pornography while at the office.And for years, a resident inspector at the agency scoured eBay looking for pornographic images.The case memos don suggest as pervasive of a problem as the porn surfing scandal that embroiled the Securities and Exchange Commission a few years ago. But the records indicate that the problem hasn been eliminated, either.Joseph McMillian, assistant inspector general for investigations, said agents hadn been tipped off to any broader problems when they opened the investigation.wasn anything specific; it was just being proactive, he said.From May 2011 to September 2012, agents with the inspector general cybercrimes unit opened seven cases involving computer misuse, records show. Among the examples cited in a case memo, all involved pornography.In one investigation, agents approached an employee about 100 explicit images and videos traced to his computer.