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Founder and owner of Jericho Home Improvements killed in shooting

The owner of a Kansas City remodeling company, often seen and heard in popular commercials in Kansas City, died after a shooting Sunday morning, his sister and two other sources told KMBC 9 Investigates.Officers say they were called to the area of ​​63rd Street and Prospect Avenue just after midnight Sunday for a medical emergency. When they arrived, they found 46-year-old John Bartrom lying on the ground. EMS took Bartrom to the hospital, where he died. Police later determined he had been shot. “We are heartbroken over the loss of our brother,” Bartrom’s sister Nora Schwartz said. “John was loved…
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‘Home Improvement’ star Zachery Ty Bryan arrested on charges of domestic violence again

Zachery Ty Bryan is in an Oregon jail once again for alleged domestic violence, EW has confirmed. The Home Improvement actor, 41, was arrested Friday on charges of felony assault, a situation that mirrors his 2020 arrest for the assault of his then-girlfriend, Johnnie Faye Cartwright — with whom he maintained a romantic relationship during his marriage to ex-wife Carly Matros. On Sunday, TMZ was the first to report the news that police responded to a call for a reported physical dispute between a male and female at a Eugene residence. Per TMZ, Bryan was not present when law enforcement…
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Surreality TV: The Curse finds the horror in home renovation shows | US television

Emma Stone, in another life, would have been a good HGTV host. The actor, currently starring on Showtime’s The Curse as an aspiring real estate entrepreneur-cum-lifestyle host, is of course easy to look at: huge, expressive eyes, bright smile and, in the show, hair and clothing that’s not quite derivative but not alternative, either. On The Curse, the hourlong brainchild of Benny Safdie and Nathan Fielder, Stone plays the dual role of Whitney Siegel on and off camera and, in host mode, Whitney is brittle but formidable. She understands the demands of the job: the host must project design knowledge,…
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When will Lowe’s Home Improvement open in Leland?

Leland residents have been anticipating the opening of the new Lowe’s Home Improvement store, and the company has finally announced a date for the store’s grand opening. Here’s what we know. When will it open? The store will hold its grand opening on Friday, Sept. 29, 2023. Where is it located? The store is located at 3716 Gateway Blvd. in Leland. This is in the busy Leland Town Center shopping center, and the store is behind Chick-fil-A and Dunkin Donuts. According to the master site plan for the development, Leland Town Center could grow even more in the future. Plans…
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Home Improvement TV star Bob Vila downsizes with $12.5 Palm Beach purchase

America’s home improvement teachers are downsizing. Just one month after putting his Palm Beach spread on the market for an eye-popping $53 million, DIY deity Bob Vila bought a more manageable $12.5 million property in the enclave last week, records show. The 77-year-old former host of “This Old House” nabbed the 4,300 square foot Georgian Revival residence with 5 bedrooms and 3 and a half baths for $2.5 million under its original $15 million asking price. The property had been listed since September, according to the Palm Beach Daily News. The villa’s acquisition came after he and his wife, former…
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Home improvement contractors subject to new regulations in Delaware | The Latest from WDEL News

New regulations are in place in Delaware governing the home improvement industry. Attorney General Kathy Jennings said Wednesday that the regulations clarify common-sense practices and protections that will help ensure that homeowners are treated fairly and have peace of mind when dealing with a contractor. They clarify requirements for certain disclosures, and what counts as an “estimate,” or a “contract.” The Justice Department Consumer Protection Unit took previous complaints about the industry into account in developing the rules that became effective Wednesday, November 1st. Last year, DOJ received about 200 complaints related to home improvement issues, and there have been…
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Beverly Hills places moratorium on home improvements over lack of affordable housing

Moratorium on Beverly Hills building permits A judge has issued a moratorium on building permits in Beverly Hills. A judge has stopped the city of Beverly Hills from issuing all building permits except for new residential development as a penalty for the city’s alleged failure to approve an appropriate plan for affordable housing, it was reported Thursday. Beverly Hills leaders are appealing the Dec. 21 decisions by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Curtis A. Kin and are still processing permits, but the potential consequences on home and business owners and the construction industry have surprised officials there, the Los Angeles…