This 70-inch Insignia 4K Fire TV is on sale for just $500 (Update: Expired)

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Get 70 inches of TV goodness for just $500.


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TV deals are heating up. Walmart, for example, will be selling a 55-inch TCL Roku TV for just $148 on Nov. 11, which is bonkers. Meanwhile, if you’ve been biding your time on a really big screen, bide no more: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the Insignia NS-70DF710NA21 70-inch 4K UHD Smart Fire TV Edition TV for $500. That mouthful of a model normally sells for $650.

Worth noting: You can get it from Amazon for the same price, but the delivery window right now is Oct. 29 to Nov. 9. Your local Best Buy store might have it available for same-day pickup, otherwise you can probably get it within a few days.

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Mass. eviction, foreclosure moratorium has expired

Thousands of Massachusetts families are at risk of losing housing amid the coronavirus pandemic as the state’s eviction and foreclosure moratorium has come to an end.That ruling, which expired Saturday, had protected tenants from being kicked out of their homes during the COVID-19 crisis. There were protests across Boston during the past few days calling for an extension of the moratorium.Gov. Charlie Baker and his administration have announced millions of dollars in additional resources for people who are having trouble paying rent.Upon the expiration of the state’s moratorium, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moratorium immediately kicked in. Residents, however, have to meet certain eligibility requirements in order to be protected by the CDC moratorium. This comes as many landlords and banks have been footing the bill, and concerns growing over some people taking advantage of the moratorium.While landlords could begin serving eviction notices as early as Monday, … Read More

State’s eviction, foreclosure moratorium has expired

Thousands of Massachusetts families are at risk of losing housing amid the coronavirus pandemic as the state’s eviction and foreclosure moratorium has come to an end.



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That ruling, which expired Saturday, had protected tenants from being kicked out of their homes during the COVID-19 crisis.

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There were protests across Boston during the past few days calling for an extension of the moratorium.

Gov. Charlie Baker and his administration have announced millions of dollars in additional resources for people who are having trouble paying rent.

Upon the expiration of the state’s moratorium, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moratorium immediately kicked in. Residents, however, have to meet certain eligibility requirements in order to be protected by the CDC moratorium.

This comes as many landlords and banks have been footing the bill, and concerns growing over

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