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Jewelry and electronics stolen in Ransomville break-in Buffalo News Three residents said the burglars made off with a variety of diamond jewelry, both a 48-inch and a 55-inch television, a gold necklace, a charm bracelet, a ladies watch, two Raptor remote control helicopters, a PlayStation game system and three games ...

Handgun, jewelry stolen from unlocked home Scranton Times-Tribune SCRANTON — A handgun, jewelry and electronics were taken from a home after the owner left for the day without locking the door, police acting Capt. Glenn Thomas said. Rocco Cianflone, 50, lives on the 800 block of Prescott Avenue and left Sunday ... and more

Transistor Sister fashions jewelry out of old electronic parts Yakima Herald-Republic Steve Grzadzielewski watches his sister Susan Grzadzielewski and daughter Claire Montgomery make jewelry in his West Seattle home. Susan and Steve are the brother-sister team behind Transistor Sister, a business that uses vintage electronics parts to ... and more

Lebanon Democrat Kennedy Pope: All about pearls Lebanon Democrat Pearls have essentially been one of the most exquisite and popular accessory in history, but in the fall pearls seem to be a little more intriguing. Pearls have been around for hundreds of years and are known as the world's oldest gem. Throughout ...

Lebanon Democrat Kennedy Pope: All about pearls Lebanon Democrat Pearls have essentially been one of the most exquisite and popular accessory in history, but in the fall pearls seem to be a little more intriguing. Pearls have been around for hundreds of years and are known as the world's oldest gem. Throughout ...


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25 October, 2014

SFGate 6-pound gold nugget is rock star of SF antique show SFGate Of all the fancy things snaring stares Thursday at the decidedly fancy San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, the one attracting the most buzz was the crudest, the goldest and by far the oldest. It was the 6.07-pound “Butte Nugget,” believed to be the ... and more

25 October, 2014

Stolen art jewelry recovered WHAS 11.com (subscription) They found him in a vacant home with stolen materials including Caid's work, then the search began for the jewelry's owner. On Monday, LMPD Officer Singleton brought the jewelry to Edenside Gallery owner Nancy Peterson to see if she recognized it.

25 October, 2014

Pearls of Wisdom RushLimbaugh.com (subscription) "We may be on the verge here of what I will call 'Ebola Without Borders.' How uncanny or ironic is it that a guy from Doctors Without Borders ends up bringing Ebola to New York City, since arguably Obama's policy of a nation without borders brought it ... and more