Category Archives: Renovation
Real Estate Notes News, transactions and personnel moves in the industry. Also, real estate deals of the week and top prices for for recent home and condominium sales.
Tiny houses with big potential The North Platte Telegraph When a recent housing study showed that people wanted more affordable housing for single parent families the Lincoln County Community Development Corporation was listening.
New fire, police stations, municipal court on schedule Plans to construct a new fire station, along with a police and municipal court building, are going according to schedule, Marysville city staff members said June 11 during a public safety committee meeting.
HGTV continues image makeover Reality television used to be about teaching us how do stuff like renovating bathrooms or sanding drywall. Now it’s mostly about watching other people spend money and inviting us to hate, envy or pity reality stars like the Kardashians, “Real…
Former sheriff’s home spared Once a historic building is gone, it’s gone forever.
Horry County notebook | Pleasing places, faces aplenty in this parcel I want to welcome you to this little corner of The Sun News, where I hope to shed light on the persons, places and happenings within our county that can get lost amid the shuffle of daily news.
Three arrested for drugs in Janesville Three people are arrested after police say they were doing drugs inside a Janesville hotel room.
Get your Jimmy Buffett on at Midland’s River Days Also celebrate the 30th birthday of the Tridge.
Controversial private secretary to three popes subject of disturbing revelations PROFILE:Propelled to Bishop of Cloyne by a glittering career in the Vatican, John Magee faces very serious accusations
Channel 9 knocks 10’s block off CHANNEL 9 is succeeding in blocking out rival network Ten in the lucrative 7pm weekday slot.
Dog dies in Yuba City house fire A Newfoundland dog and two pet rats were the only casualties in a fire that heavily damaged a Yuba City rental home, a fire official said Tuesday. The fire at 78 Neilson Ave. was reported at 1:41 a.m. Sunday. The renter was not home, said Yuba City…
HPSD takes vote to public Hope citizens should be aware of a resolution passed at Monday evening’s meeting to add to the voting ballot in the Hope Public School district in September. The school district will be asking voters for approval of a refinancing former bonds, with no tax increase to the public.
Habitat home delivered in Plainfield Under glaring hot sun, the seven-member Hooper family got the keys to their new house Sunday afternoon.
Suspect fire started in kitchen A fire being investigated as a possible arson case began in the kitchen of a house on South Sylvan Street, Greenville Fire-Rescue officials said Tuesday.
Calgary, Get Ready For Alley Burgers During the summer of 2010 an as yet to be famous restaurant started selling burgers out the back door of the restaurant on random evenings. Their only advertising was a quick, single tweet just a few hours before they served them. Spurred on by word of mouth and a … Continue reading
Tech officials, donors break ground on new clubhouse, team facility to be constructed For some time now, Texas Tech men’s golf coach Greg Sands has promised his players their own team facility opposite The Rawls Course, a top-5 collegiate course according to Golfweek in 2010 and home t
Selbyville “huckster” sentenced to prison for home renovation scheme Theodore Barrett Jr., 39, of Selbyville was sentenced July 8 to four years in prison for fraudulently taking more than $90,000 from a couple in connection with a contract to renovate and expand their South Bethany home. Barrett led the couple to believe he had built … Continue reading
Businesses score whether Timbers win or lose Whether the Timbers win or lose, businesses near Jeld-Wen Field always score on game day, especially when the rival Seattle Sounders are in town
As auto sales improve, dealerships spruce up DETROIT – Spending a Saturday afternoon at the typical car dealership is not exactly pampering yourself. Drab floors, battered furniture, weak coffee in a paper cup. And that’s before the salesman abandons you for half an hour to “check with my manager.”
Drerup leads Ledges Invitational ROSCOE, IL (WREX) – Brian Drerup fired a 3 under par 69 to hold a one shot lead over Chris Beto and Anthony Ciaccio at the Ledges Invitational. Defending champion Corey Konieczki shot 3 over 75 and is tied for 10th.