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The fixing up of distressed properties for resale, rent or residing in is doing more than helping neighborhoods recover and look prettier than they did in the depths of the housing crisis. The activity is proving to be a huge shot in the arm for the...
A 25th Street insurance agent, Ken Abrams, got to the heart of what makes his neighborhood stand out. "There is a lot of diversity in the Old Goucher neighborhood. and we are proud of it," he said. "But this feature is not as well known as it should be."...
Ten years ago, a woman who wanted her children to live in a drug-free environment, and who called police on those who would have it otherwise, was killed when a man tied to the local drug trade kicked in the front door of her home in Oliver and set it...
The Peninsula Remodelors Council recently announced its remodeling awards. The council is an arm of the Peninsula Housing and Builders Association, based in Newport News, Va. Learn more about the association and its members at http://www....
The change of seasons is a great time to reevaluate where you are financially. Here are some tips to help you save money this fall. Weatherproof Your Home A great fall home improvement is weatherproofing your home. Reduce energy costs this winter by...
A new report from the IRS shows that nearly 21,000 American households with incomes of $200,000 and up didn't owe federal income taxes. If you're like me, your first question is: How can that be? Your possible next question: Can I get that kind of tax...
Tags: Politics, Credit Ratings, Taxation, Mitt Romney, Income Tax
Content ManagerA man and a woman are being sought after scamming an elderly Lebanon City woman out of thousands of dollars in fake home repairs. Christopher P. Corradi, 33, and Lisa Faye Squires, 28, are both charged with home improvement fraud, deceptive or...
Tags: Lebanon, Middletown
The Hartford CourantAttorneys for former Mayor Eddie A. Perez on Friday filed what is expected to be their final brief in the mayor's appeal of his criminal convictions before the case goes before a judge. The attorneys repeated their argument that Perez's two criminal...
The proposed Universal Design Tax Credit Bill does a disservice to Howard County taxpayers. The bill would give tax credits to property owners for 50 percent of the costs of increasing accessibility of their homes, for example, by expanding doorways or...
Tags: Credit and Debt, Ellicott City, Renovation
The Hartford CourantIn the most optimistic scenario, Cristine and Ron Kern will move back into their Marlborough split-level ranch sometime in mid-October, the storm damage repaired. Curious storm trackers, of course, are already wondering which storm penetrated the Kerns'...
After a career of serving his community and his country, it's now Sean Johnson's turn to be served. Johnson used to work for Aberdeen Fire and Rescue and spent 23 years in the U.S. Army Reserve's Aberdeen-based 452nd Ordnance Co. In March 2006, while he...
Tags: Afghanistan, Iraq, U.S. Army, Army National Guard
Dear Liz: I have read tons of books on finance and debt repayment, but I'm having trouble deciding what to do next. My husband and I are 52. He receives a monthly disability income, and I work two days a week. We still have about $105,000 left before...
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