What can be done about someone leaving their dog out in the heat day and night. It is in fenced yard, but seldom gets any attention. Gets food and water, but very little contact with owner. It seems terrified. I personally think it is to hot for a dog to be outside. The person also ties her little Maltese outside all day long in this heat.
Any suggestion would be appreciated. I have spoken with her, but to no avail.
Thank you, Donna Hoggard.
Great customer service. Always stocked, reliable. A+
They have some really great artists. It's fun, local and they have beer!
The address for this market has changed. It is now 405 S. Brooks St. Wake Forest, 27587
hey look my name is taurus and my family is on the verge of moving we do not have alot of money but we do have talent me and my sister geneva frye are two of the best singers we have and we need a job really fast we will do any thing we are looking for some one to help us record this one song we have we need some ones help to make us know so me and my sister can help our mom out we are desperate like i said we can sing really well ifyou can help us come by the church on sunday 1605 holloway street in durham at 12:30 and we will please you just help us please just ask for taurus frye and geneva frye
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Chaz is great! If he doesn't have it, he'll get it for you! Shopped there for years! You can't go wrong!
This venue has moved--it's now at 900 E Club Blvd, inside the Ample Storage Facility.
Very Unprofessional Field Agent, I have owned severalrental properties in Durham County over the past 9 years and I've only had to dealwith neighborhood improvement services only three times. My first two dealings with neighborhood improvement services were very straightforward in the field agent was very communicative, very tactful and was focused on resolution vs conflict.unfortunately my most recent dealing with Durham County neighborhood improvement services has been nothing short of a complete headache.repairs were done in a timely fashion, yet the second inspection done by the field agent Michael Vaughn did not note any of the work as completed,also to note the second inspection was scheduled the day before Thanksgiving which was very inconvenient for both my tenants as well as myself.To make matters worst,I received over 9 letters from Durham County neighborhood improvement services stating the exact same thing regarding the second inspection. The gist of which did not reflect any of the work that had been completed, its in my professional opinion that writing anyone 9 certified letters is harassment and a complete waste of city funds.as a property owner I understand the importance of combating slumlords and providing a quality environment for tenants, but criminalizing property owners as slumlords is counterintuitive to increasing quality housing in Durham County.
Tarnished and irreparable. That's how I'd describe my relationship with Kerry Catherine Jewelry.
My husband has purchased at least 7 pieces of jewelry for me from Kerry Catherine Jewelry over the past 8 years. Formerly, we were satisfied customer of this business. We used to feel special at the store because of the employees, the customer service, and the unique designs. They would often recognize us by name and treat us as precious customers.
That all changed this summer when I went in to have a pair of Kerry Catherine Jewelry pearl earrings repaired and to look for another, new pair of yellow-gold earrings. I interacted with the male co-owner. I now feel foolish for not leaving when I received a quote of $150 to repair a pair of pearl earrings that I've owned for only 2 years. I was confused about the cost and the extra repair services, which sounded experimental (and that I later learned are a short-term repair that can cause long-term damage). I expected it would cost around $50 to reset the pearls. However, since I'm a long-time customer of Kerry Catherine Jewelry, and I've had good experiences in the past, I trusted and went ahead, despite my gut feeling and the condescending and rude way that the male co-owner spoke to me.
Subsequent follow-ups were upsetting and frustrating. Originally, the male co-owner told me he'd be in touch within a week about the new earrings. When I called after 2 weeks to check on status (in a normal way, as a normal customer does), he yelled at me about how I was treating him, how he didn't know where my earrings were in the process, and that I was causing other customers to leave the store (during our 6 minute conversation). Um, what?! Dude, customers are leaving because you're screaming at another customer on the phone. I asked to speak to the female co-owner, but that just enraged him further. Yikes.
When my husband later went in and asked to speak the female co-owner, the male co-owner called the police. What?! I emailed the female co-owner about the craziness, no reply. When my husband called a week later (because I was too scared to call), the female co-owner told him my earrings were ready and she was planning to call me. Um, ok? I never received that call, but I did get an email from the male co-owner telling me that he would call me eventually to schedule pick-up and that my husband and I should not call the store. That was the only communication I ever received from Kerry Catherine Jewelry during the entire ordeal. Finally, after 5 weeks I had an escort from a (wonderful) North Hills Public Safety officer, I paid $160.13 for my earring repair, and picked up my earrings all while being lectured again by the male co-owner. Afterwards, I felt like should have a stiff drink to recover.
My husband and I did our best to try dealing with the female co-owner directly, since she has been nice in the past (and the business is named for her), but the male co-owner was unavoidable, irrational, paranoid, and a long list of other negative adjectives. For several weeks, I wasn't certain I'd ever get my property back.
I have some very basic expectations from a business that unfortunately, in my experience, Kerry Catherine Jewelry doesn't share.
So friends, I rescind any positive recommendation I ever made for this business. Please accept my apologies.
The CDS is closed on Sundays, so stop telling me that it is an event that is happening today... Sunday.
Beautiful Masjid..diverse and nice people..you will feel warming and welcoming there...great programs and spiritual place..love it.
My rating may be biased because I am in the show! Just wanted to let you know the map is wrong, it will take you to the wrong place. How can we fixed this? here is the correct map:
Transitioning from adolescence to adulthood is hard enough . . . imagine the obstacles for young people struggling with serious mental-health issues. Come out to this fabulous and fun event and support Josh's Hope to provide job- and life-skills training to young adults with mental illness.
I love visiting the Scrap Exchange. I started going there when they were still at North Gate. They have tons of great treasures.
Thanks, Cameo, we've updated the information.
The address is wrong. It's 119 W. Main St., Suite 300, Durham, NC 27701
Thanks, Christy! We've updated the info.
Hi! I wanted to let readers of IndyWeek know that our address has changed! We are no longer in University Mall on Estes.
We are now located at:
370 East Main Street, Suite 130
Carrboro, NC 27510
This is beneath the new Hampton Inn in Carrboro, next to The ArtsCenter and Cat's Cradle.
The phone number is the same, so feel free to call us with any questions!
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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