So, it's high time we wished you Merry Christmas and a very happy holiday - and, of course, have a very good time with your loved ones.
Today is the flawless day to reflect on the past year and remember all you have to be grateful for. There were topics happy, sad, and everything in between, but regardless of their subject matter, they have built us as individuals into stronger people. I wish this Christmas fill your heart and mind with lots of fun and happiness. You guys are the best.
As we reflect on 2018, we want you to know that we could not have done it without you. It's the season to gather with family and friends and celebrate. Writing for this site has been a blessing- and I look forward to continuing to do so in 2019 and beyond.
Looking forward, these challenges will undoubtedly continue over the coming years, and it's inevitable, given the financial situation, that some hard decisions will need to be made.
Take care everybody, and thank you for reading your News Shopper. To my fellow staff, and your families, here at CubsHQ.com, thank you.
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Last Minute Shoppers are still Christmas Shopping
CVS locations that are usually open 24 hours a day are posting special Christmas hours, from 8 a.m.to 9 p.m. on December 25, 2018. Wine Rack stores and many local craft breweries will also have extended hours, although you should check ahead before you go.
Poco India to launch new smartphone in India tomorrow
As for the specs, the Poco F1 sports 6.18-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display with a 1080x2246 pixel resolution and aspect ratio of 18.7:9. The mobile phone has a dual camera setup with a 12 MP primary sensor with an f/1.9 aperture and a 5 MP depth camera.
'Cracking noises' trigger evacuation of Sydney apartment tower
It wasn't until about 12:30am on Christmas morning that it was finally declared that the building wasn't going to collapse. There's now no timeline on when the residents of the 51 unsafe apartments will be allowed to return to their homes.