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On May 1, 2014, the Port of Kingston demanded that I, my husband and our employees give up our Freedom of Speech in order to operate at the port. I didn’t agree. Who has the right to demand anyone, let alone a United States veteran, give up their rights?
Community Events, March 2015
The several IDs that you referred to as being in the car with him were his own: ID with his birth name on it (he had legally changed his name several years ago to my last name; I am this precious boy’s mother); a bank card belonging to his fiancé; and a debit card that his brother (my older son) had just given him that morning so he could buy gas.
Barber Cut Off Road has a 30 MPH speed limit sign posted and a curved road sign warning. These signs are not being universally heeded.
I am a resident of Virginia Place in Kingston. Several weeks ago my heavy duty locking mailbox was blown apart by a homemade bomb.
I sent my son to the cleaners today to pick up his dad's uniform and I had forgotten to give him money. Just home from college, he had only five bucks in his pocket. Another customer, overhearing our phone conversation, paid our tab.