Facebook’s On This Day app did it again yesterday, reminding me of a momentous time five years ago.
How not to arrest a person at a funeral.
Actually, Grady Hunter put every nail in his coffin. He built it himself – and won a blue ribbon at the North Carolina State Fair for his woodworking skill. Hunter, 75, was a bricklayer until his joints wore out. Then he became a homebuilder. He says he’s never lived in a house he didn’t build,
The Cornelius, North Carolina Planning Board wants a funeral home to build a buffer behind their proposed building, so traffic on nearby I-70 won’t see the back of the building. Here’s what’s there now, if Google Street View has the address right: View Larger Map The planning board doesn’t want signage that’s viewable from the
In this summary: a funeral home employee steals urns, then sells them for scrap; an SC funeral home recovers from an arson fire; and an NC funeral home has its license suspended. There are apparently no limits for some people. A former funeral home employee trespassed in a Florida cemetery, stole over 100 urns, and