We can be either drawn to or repelled by the mystery of some street names. I had a real estate client who challenged me to find a house for her on Watermelon Hill Road simply because she loved the name so much. My personal favorites in this region are Pudding Street, Bullet Hole Road and Lover’s Lane in Putnam Valley and Fiddler’s Bridge Road in Dutchess County.
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The driver took off northbound on Lamb Boulevard and at one point crossed into the southbound lanes.A man got out of the car and fled on foot. During the chase, the officer saw something in the man’s hand and fired a single shot, police said.The man wasn’t injured and was later taken into custody. Police could not confirm if the man had a weapon when he was arrested.This is the 9th officer involved shooting of 2018.
New owners of The Min promise facility ‘everyone can benefit from’The director of Versant Homes and Development has spoken to the Bath Chronicle about his plans for the historic hospital15:56, 11 SEP 2017What does the future hold for The Min? Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe new owners of a city centre hospital are considering “a range of options” for its future use.The sale of The Royal National Hospital For Rheumatic Diseases known locally as The Min has been agreed.The facilities of the Grade II Listed Upper Borough Walls site will be moved to the Royal United Hospital in Combe Park, Weston, over the next two years.It has been bought by Winchester based Versant Developers Homes, who while remaining coy on any potential plans, have not ruled out converting it into a hotel.Body found in the sea off Cornwall in search for missing University of Bath research associateVersant director Frank Mountain told the Bath Chronicle: “We have exchanged and we are going to complete it within the next few months but they [the RUH] are in occupation until the early part of 2019 so nothing will really happen until then.”We are looking at a range of options and schemes which are subject to planning and heritage constraints and there are groups which will be consulted during the planning process.”The National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, also known as The MinWhile he referred to The Min as a “lovely, exciting, iconic building” Mr Mountain added: “We respect its heritage and its history and we will bring it to the fore and everyone can benefit from it.”Take a look inside kitchen store Nisbets which opens in Bath on MondayHe intends to keep it something which will be “available to public use, but it’s not suitable for a residential scheme. But we are looking at a range of options.”Asked if a hotel was on the agenda he replied: “It could well be.”The price of the sale has not been revealed, but Mr Mountain said “we paid a price we were happy with.”Bath Brasserie Blanc restaurant employee to climb Mont Blanc to raise for charities”I think Bath is a lovely city and we want to do something that keeps the heritage and history of the building. It will be constrained by what planners and heritage allows us to do and we will respect that,” he said.The RUH put The Min up for sale earlier this year.A spokesman for the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust said: “We are delighted to confirm that we have exchanged contracts with Versant (Mineral Hospital) Ltd for the sale of the Mineral Water Hospital.LETTER: Epidemic like spread of party houses needs firm council action”We are confident the sale will be for the benefit of our patients and the trust.