59 min ago | Bellingham Herald
As the housing market improves, a growing number of homeowners might become sellers in short order.
5 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
No, not the dinner salad you see on some menus; the salad made up of lettuce, a wedge or two of tomato and maybe some carrot threads.
9 hrs ago | Blackburn Citizen
PEOPLE have been urged to plant bee-friendly plants and trees after a report revealed the number of the insects in the north had dropped alarmingly.
13 hrs ago | Star Tribune
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to take another dispute involving race, deciding whether people must prove they were victims of intentional housing discrimination to win lawsuits under federal law.
15 hrs ago | Tri-cityherald.com
Builders are eyeing the next wave of potential home buyers - the so-called millennials - but whether this rising generation will embrace big mortgage debt remains an open question.
Temperatures are rising, and while that may force those of us faint-of-heart indoors for the dog days of summer, it's a tomato's dream come true.
House sellers' average asking prices have broken through the quarter of a million pounds milestone for the first time amid signs of a "widespread" upturn in the housing market.
There's nothing like a bit of sunshine to get plants putting on a growth spurt and spending time doing some gardening is a great way to get some exercise, reduce stress, boost your vitamin D levels and put heart health on the menu thanks to the harvest ahead.
The walled and gated estate includes a 1928 Spanish-style house with a porte-cochere, a swimming pool surrounded by a wide wooden deck and a tennis court on the acre of landscaped grounds.
That's essentially the dilemma facing the U.S. Federal Reserve's 19 policy makers when they meet in Washington this week.
Some strategies and tactics can save you a lot of money, while others add more hassle to your life than money to your pocket.
Tony Castillo sometimes worked 12-hour days when his children were growing up, but he always had time for his five children.
In this photo taken on June 10, 2013, James McDowell is dwarfed by a peace wall as he stands in his garden in the Catholic Short Strand area of East Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Wind up to 50 MPH pushed the fire sparked by a fallen power transformer, and it moved very quickly through the neighborhood near 2600 North and University Avenue.
Bank of America Corp., the second-biggest U.S. lender, rewarded staff with cash bonuses and gift cards for meeting quotas tied to sending distressed homeowners into foreclosure, former employees said in court documents.