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7-year-old Tey Barbour collected more than 700 shoes for charity in lieu of receiving birthday presents.
Michelle Martin July 22, 2013 at 06:01 pm
We are all so proud of you Tey! Keep up the great work! Thank you family, friends, Weems teachersRead More & coworkers (AOL Dulles & Manassas) for all your help & support!
Brian Virgo July 23, 2013 at 09:17 am
Great charity! Congrats on the shoe drive.
Elaine Beachy July 23, 2013 at 03:31 pm
What a wonderful story! I need to post this on my facebook author page atRead More www.facebook.com/author.elaine.beachy because I write for kids. What a motivational story for other kids and parents to read!
Elsa May 16, 2013 at 01:57 am
I'm so sorry for what happened to Ozzy's GF! Poor angel. I hope they throw the book at theRead More "man" responsible.
Connie Beck May 20, 2013 at 04:55 pm
He is my next door neighbor, and he has acted suspiciously from the day he moved in. I hope heRead More never returns.
John Rodgers July 27, 2012 at 08:07 pm
i like habitat for humanity..i think its a great program and the fact that they are helping veteransRead More just goes to show the amount of good things they do. and all the people that help as well. i have some friends who i play airsoft with our airsplat.com guns and they are starting a fam and im def going to tell them about this initiative.
Jordan Thomas July 30, 2012 at 05:11 pm
i really can appreciate habitat for humanity...good program! as my http://airsplat.com/ airsoftRead More friend would say any program that helps people and veterans in particular is a good thing
Robyn Williams July 8, 2012 at 03:20 pm
Great group of people. Love what you all do for our community! If you are looking for a volunteerRead More organization you should consider Manassas Host Lions Club!
Cindy Brookshire July 6, 2012 at 11:06 am
Great story! Here's a comment from local midwives: Attention Knitters of Prince William County:Read More Manassas Midwifery and Women's Health Center gifts all our expectant mamas with a hand-knit baby gift at the end of their pregnancies. We are ALWAYS in need of these baby hats, in shades of pink and blue and green and yellow and white. Embellishments welcomed! Contact us, if you can contribute, at www.manassasmidwifery.com!
Aaron Matthew June 21, 2012 at 10:08 pm
Is this like a couple years ago where the police were pulling people over for driving well to giveRead More them some kind of $20 dollar gift certificate (maybe it was even less). I know I thought that was crazy. Police offiers shouldn't be able to just pull people over who are not breaking any laws. What if these people have schedules and things they need to do. And especially if their job entails punctuality, etc.. I know I would hate to me stopped for driving well and have my time wasted for 10-20 dollars.
Sharon Danner June 5, 2012 at 03:09 am
Minorities and first time home buyers were targeted for fraudulent loans. Their real estate brokersRead More assured them that they qualified and could afford loans that they did not understand. Often there was a language issue. If you have ever bought a home you must know that the legaleze and the mounds of paper create a difficult climate for even the most proficient English speaker. Yes, there is fault on both sides but the fraud was perpetrated by the lending institutions. Also many foreclosures came not because the homes were too expensive but because the owner's income changed.
Anthony June 5, 2012 at 04:12 pm
No, it was all Americans that where targeted by lenders who did stated income stated asset loansRead More (which made up 60% of all loans at the end of 2007) which allowed individuals to borrow against current residents and buy new home that they wouldn't have qualified for under normal underwriting guidelines... now we verify everything... just hope it not to little or to last...
Nick Whitten June 7, 2012 at 12:07 pm
Sharon again, personal responsibility...you lay it all out there and then put a giantRead More "but" on the end, negating all the facts you so perfectly stated. There is no but, and no surprise its minorities that make up the majority of those getting this "bale out". No matter how you slice it it boils down to, "oh wait, because I had no idea what I was getting into now I can't afford my home, oh well someone else can pay." This is why our country is nearly flat lined...no more bale outs.
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