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Most visitors walking along the streets in Baltimore's Federal Hill neighborhood cannot resist peeping into the windows of its restored homes and marveling at the variety of interiors lying behind the rows and rows of brick facades. "All of these...
Plans to remodel Maurice's clothing store have been been put on hold because Lakewood Mall is in violation of the city's landscape ordinance, city officials say. Maurice's and Rubloff Development Group, the owner of the mall, were sent letters June 1...
Home building permits are up, but as far as other economic indicators such as jobless claims and manufacturing growth go, the U.S. economy is looking like it’s stuck in quicksand. An index measuring the outlook for the next three to six months from...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA second story patio collapses while several people are gathered to celebrate a birthday. It happened around 2:45 Sunday morning, in the 3100 block of E. Conamore in Wichita. Police say 6 people were gathered on an outdoor patio area, built onto the...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe city of Aberdeen has told some local businesses they would be shut down if they don't put the necessary greenery in their parking lots. Schriver’s Memorial Mortuary co-owner George Schriver said the city was “literally going to close us...
When Sue Schwartzman first walked through her newly built single-family home in Owings Mills, she carried four paint samples from room to room. All Duron colors, their names — Mystic Green, Viola Satin, Prestige Purple and Violet Kohl — got...
The Aberdeen Housing Authority plans additions and remodeling at its office on Third Avenue Southeast and at the Sherman Apartments downtown. The entrance will be moved as part of the work at the office. Currently, the entrance faces north. After the...
Maura Iacoboni always admired her friend's home, a two-story Colonial-style structure in Timonium in Baltimore County. Little wonder, then, that when the home was put on the market earlier this year, she jumped on it. "It always looked happy to me; it...
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A pair of side-by-side brick townhouses might be two of the most lovingly restored homes in the historic neighborhood of Federal Hill. They sit off a wide, brick-lined street. Separated on the ground level by a sally port (a narrow, open passage way),...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The ongoing drought could soon claim another victim. The Home Builder's Association has been fairly optimistic in the past few months about the overall health of home building. But if this drought continues to worsen, it could shut...
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I hear there is a Snap Fitness being built in El Centro. Is it true? It’s a true 24 hours a day, not closed on weekends like some of the others around here. It’s also really cheap. Can’t wait. — Pumped, Imperial We tried to call...
BOYNE CITY -- Devlon Properties Inc. will not be allowed to use a building permit issued to the company in 2004 to develop a $6.6 million hotel and condominium development on Lake Street in Boyne City. The Michigan Court of Appeals stood behind a...
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