HEALTHY TIDBITS Great Article by Sarah Chambers
Great article in today's paper by a relative on keeping the Central Hillside clean.If all residents across the city would pick up the garbage andnot sweep dirt into the streets we would have cleaning ... Posted on 4/26/10 at 3:23 AM
Five adults, including a woman who is eight months pregnant, were left homeless Tuesday after a large blaze damaged Hillside Laundry and two apartments above it in Duluth’s Central Hillside neighborhood.
Bob Dylan’s childhood home in the Central Hillside is currently a pale shade of salmon. Beneath that layer of paint are hints of green. But that shade matches some flecks on the storm windows, so that can’t be right. There weren’t aluminum storm windows on the house at 519 N. Third Ave. E. in the early 1940s.
It’s been nearly two years since Terence Leon Callender was accused of cold-bloodedly shooting 64-year-old James A. Peterson to death outside the Hillside Laundry in an argument over $20 and a face slap, but the case moved a step closer to trial Monday when a judge imposed a deadline for submitting pretrial motions.
Terence Callender, 48, was indicted in September 2008 on a charge of first-degree premeditated murder in the July 29, 2008, slaying of James Peterson, who was caretaker of Hillside Laundry at 103 W. Fourth St.
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