Air cleaners can remove particulate matter from the air inside your home. There are two basic setups: a portable appliance or adapting a house- or building-wide HVAC system. The stand-alone appliances, also called air purifiers, circulate the air in a room and trap particles. If you have a forced air system of heating and cooling, that system does the same thing for all your rooms, and you can upgrade the system's filter to improve particle removal. … [Read more...] about If air at home seems to bother you, try to remove the sources of irritants first
"Any concept of economic growth goes out the window," Varney told Fox News' "Fox and Friends." "This concept of prosperity we have now because of a strong economy, that bows out the window. The stock market I'm not going to say crashes, but it comes way down." … [Read more...] about Stuart Varney: De Blasio 70% Tax Rate Would Cause a Depression
Stuart Energy was represented in-house by Randy MacEwen, vice-president, corporate development; and by Torys LLP, with a team that included Phil Brown and Justin Young (corporate), Robin Coster (intellectual property) and Tim Rorabeck (tax) in Toronto and Chris Bordoni and Dan Miller in New York. The underwriters were represented by Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, with a team that included Mark DesLauriers, Lori Andrea Stein and Peter Simeon (corporate), John Davidson (intellectual property) and Julie Colden (tax). … [Read more...] about Stuart Energy Systems Completes Public Offering of Shares
“Our Safety & Security team, the RPS Teacher Store, and driver’s ed classes are at the Norrell main building,” district spokeswoman Kenita Bowers said in an email. “The annex is currently being used for storage as the city has reduced the number of storage spaces that are available to us in the city. Our Facility Services Team also informed me that our Adult Education classes may be moving to Norrell as well.” … [Read more...] about Williams: With Richmond’s J.E.B. Stuart Elementary on the way out, what will we rename the school? Here are some ideas.
I have taken on my new job in a momentous year. We are marking a century since the end of the Great War, and the RAF is celebrating 100 years of guarding our skies and our way of life. Yorkshire has always played a big part in that airborne military heritage. Fifty years ago at the height of the Cold War, supersonic interceptors defended our airspace from RAF Leconfield. Decades before that, the same base sent forth our first bombers into German airspace in the early days of the Second World War. … [Read more...] about Life in Politics column by Stuart Andrew MP: F-35 Lightning