Go west, young person. That’s not an order; Millennials are actually headed out to western cities and states, according to a new report by the financial planning site SmartAsset. The company’s fifth annual “Where Millennials Are Moving“ survey shows a large millennial migration away from cities like New York and Chicago to places like Seattle, […] The post Report: Millennials Are Leaving the East Coast and Flocking to This City appeared first on InsideHook.
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Like many veterans, the Duke of Edinburgh was modest about his military career. As a result, few of us are aware of quite how illustrious, and at times perilous, it was – and, by extension, how much he did for his country. His naval career began when he was just 17 when, after leaving Gordonstoun, he joined Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth as a cadet in May 1939. Two months later, in July 1939, came the famous meeting with the then Princess Elizabeth, and in September, war was declared. Philip passed out from Dartmouth at the beginning of 1940, already marked out for a great naval future having won two awards, the King’s Dirk and the Eardley Howard Crocket prize for best Cadet of his entry. As a ‘neutral foreigner’ – Greece had not yet joined the war – he was initially barred from serving in a theatre of war and had to make do with a berth on board the veteran battleship HMS Ramillies in the Indian Ocean, escorting troops from Australia to Egypt. There followed stints on cruiser HMS Kent and then HMS Shropshire, escorting convoys in the Red Sea and down the east coast of Africa.
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As states around the country lift COVID-19 restrictions, Oregon is poised to go the opposite direction — and many residents are fuming about it. A top health official is considering indefinitely extending rules requiring masks and social distancing in all businesses in the state. The proposal would keep the rules in place until they are “no longer necessary to address the effects of the pandemic in the workplace.”
Over the course of the last year, the housing market has undergone some surprising changes as a result of the pandemic. Some home buyers have opted to embrace remote work, while others have relocated out of cities and to less densely-populated regions. It’s led to growth in some unexpected parts of the country, though whether […] The post Why a Little New England Town Is Suddenly the Country’s Hottest Housing Market appeared first on InsideHook.