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Watchdog with Paul MuschickThere's a hint of spring in the air, and when the weather turns nice, flowers aren't the only things that bloom. Many scammers pop up in the spring, taking advantage of your desire to spruce up your property. Don't let......
WSBT TVSOUTH BEND – Clean up on North Iowa Street is already in progress, and we could soon see crews haul away contaminated ground soil and debris. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management got its first look at the damage Wednesday but...
Special to the sentinelWith housing construction slowing in Central Florida, it could be the right time to build a pool. "Turnaround time is quicker, costs are down, and the availability of quality labor is high," says Steve Sidman, general manager of Southern Pool Designs...
“Off and on, we’ve had interactions with people out in Johnstown and different events,” said Michael Sobkowiak, vice president of the Knowledge Network at the Green Building Alliance in Pittsburgh. “We now have more staff members...
The Hartford CourantLook what The Bottom Line just uncovered beneath several feet of drifting snow: Gas furnaces, carbon monoxide and rotten eggs: Homes heated by natural gas vent a byproduct, carbon monoxide, to the outside of the house. A side-wall vent blocked by...
When you're apartment hunting, you usually look around the neighborhood. The more urban the residential complex, the more you might be interested in what amenities and destinations will be close to home. Within walking distance of your home, even....
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A major dredging project in Newport Harbor wrapped up this week, leaving the lower bay cleaner and more navigable than it's been in decades, officials said. Now, the harbor is 10 to 16 feet deep in most spots. "First of all, I think it means we've...
Newport-Mesa school officials this week voted to explore installing solar panels at school sites to save on their energy bill. The district will pay an independent contractor up to $45,000 to evaluate whether the up-front investment could pay off in...
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L.A. NOWThe head of a company that has managed apartments for thousands of Los Angeles' neediest residents has agreed to pay a $170,000 fine stemming from allegations that he engaged in a decade-long scheme of laundering campaign contributions, according to...
Blog Sponsored by Taylor & Carls, P.A. As the housing market recovers, community associations are once again looking to hire contractors for community improvement projects. However, before entering into a contract, it pays to “shop around.”...
email@example.comTwo years ago, Hancock Mayor Daniel Murphy and two council members ran for re-election without opposition. On Monday, Jan. 28, voters will choose between three mayoral candidates and nine people vying for two council seats. About 100 people gathered...
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L.A. NOWThe company that makes "Dodger Dogs" has agreed to pay $439,000 in back wages to resolve claims of sexual discrimination in hiring stemming from a federal labor investigation....
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