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Two La Grange capital projects cost more than village trustees bargained for, and the board voted to dip into the village's reserve funds to make up for the extra costs. Replacing the roof on Village Hall and constructing an extension to the village's...
Rain should flow off the roof across valleys, around vent pipes, past skylights, into a gutter and then to a leader that empties where the water can't flow back against the foundation. But all along the route there are potential bottlenecks. Most are...
The Florida Association of Basketball Coaches (FABC) and SourceHoops.com presents the 2012-2013 Boys Class 1A All-State Teams. These fifteen players represent the best of the best in Class 1A. Players were selected based on in-person evaluations, a...
Tags: High School Sports
Over the years, wildlife biologist Sandy Banks has encountered an array of animals in precarious situations: A couple of bucks that locked horns and had to be pried apart; a wood duck that had to be rescued from a chimney; a sharp-shinned hawk trapped...
Central Floridians are used to rough weather in the summer. But this year, the destructive squalls are beginning their rampages early, sparking lightning strikes, spawning hail, tossing lawn furniture and twisting pool enclosures — all before May....
South Bend TribuneNEW BUFFALO -- Into miniatures? Richard Pleimling is, in a big way. Never mind that the New Buffalo man, the owner of Twin Cities Caterers, has no grandkids. What he does have is an inventive mind and enough stick-to-itiveness to build a see-it-to-...
Tags: Bowling, Building Material, Sports
Mayor Ed Pawlowski has his lease. Shortly before midnight Thursday, Allentown City Council overwhelmingly approved a 50-year lease of the city's water and sewer systems, a move Pawlowski said was needed to save the city from financial ruin. The vote,...
The Hartford CourantBefore purchasing a home in Connecticut, potential buyers often turn to a state-licensed home inspector to examine the property for any structural and system problems that might cause headaches later. An inspection typically takes several hours and...
Barbara Walters made her triumphant return to "The View" this week after being laid up with a series of maladies, including chicken pox, since late January. And after a few surprises for her, like an appearance by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg with a...
From the dentils that punctuate the roofline to the wide staircase leading upstairs, the home of Gretchen and A. Denis Clift is a classic. And it's in an Annapolis community where architecture is distinctive, gardens are gracious and century-old trees...
email@example.comIt’s that time once again for Jessamine Countians to begin spring cleaning as the 25th annual County-Wide Clean Up kicks off this weekend. The event will run from Saturday, March 23, through Saturday, March 30. Jessamine County environmental...
Tags: Building Material, Water Supply
GEDDES - In the early 1900s, Peter Norbeck gave much to South Dakota even before becoming its governor and U.S. senator. He started his adulthood as a well driller, providing important water supplies for rural areas and eventually drilling 10,000 wells....
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