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Delray Beach is at a crossroads. The city residents affectionately call the "Village by the Sea" is experiencing the growing pains of a town that has boomed in popularity: noise, traffic, parking issues and overdevelopment. As the economic recession...
It was love at first sight for Emily Wysocki. The apartment was bigger than her last one, with two full bathrooms, a nice kitchen and a den where her boyfriend could play the drums. "We walked in and I was like, 'Yeah, we want it,'" Wysocki said....
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The old low-income Hilltop Housing project in Ellicott City has given way to another world: new apartments with facades of soft-colored siding and stone, and a recreation center with the latest in exercise gear, including a retractable-roof indoor...
The small, blood-sucking pests from the popular bedtime saying have become an ever-growing problem in Winchester, even in places where they are least expected. Carlene Whitt, Clark County’s environmental health program manager, said she receives...
By Patrick F. O'Donnell, Special to The Morning Call If you're having trouble finding a spot in an apartment complex, chances are, you're not alone. Rental units across the Lehigh Valley region and beyond are bursting at the seams, and when there is a...
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Kansas City-based development team plans to pour $15.7 million into a project to rehabilitate the Heer's Building in downtown Springfield. The Heers building dominates the square but for the last 15 years has been in a state of...
Email email@example.comThe historic Heer’s Building celebrated its grand opening in September 1915 and the new developer, Heers Luxury Living, LLC, plans to celebrate its rebirth prior to the building’s 100th birthday. At the June 17 meeting, the Springfield...
Hispanic homebuyers have made strides, but Asians and African-Americans looking to purchase a home still are told about or shown far fewer homes than are equally qualified white consumers, a national study has determined. Hispanic renters, however, face...
Special to the TribuneAs owner of a Rogers Park print shop, Kathleen Paluch once printed some T-shirts festooned with the slogan "Made in Rogers Park." When she and her husband Denis traveled, they often wore the shirts, which rarely failed to remind the Paluchs of the kinship...
If you've never heard of Chicago's North Center community, you're not alone. Many who come to dine or imbibe here would be surprised to learn there even is a name for the area bordered by the Chicago River to the west, Addison south, Montrose north and...
Special to the Chicago TribuneNot every teenager is willing to admit his hometown is an awesome place. Tommy Filkin is. Scanning the Lake Michigan beach where he is a lifeguard, this shaggy-haired 16-year-old says of Lake Forest: "I love it here. It's a nice, safe place to grow up....
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