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Like knees and elbows, you may not realize how much you rely on your home's toilets or sinks until things go bad. I learned that lesson recently when a pipe fitting below my house cracked and backed up my toilets and tubs several times. Not something any...
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Daily American Staff WriterGeorge and Eileen Lasure of Stoystown are frustrated by a lack of action after their pond was drained by contractors working at the Flight 93 National Memorial. "It's been over a year and nothing's been done," Eileen Lasure said in a telephone...
More than three years after it opened, the state-financed and state-subsidized Connecticut Science Center remains bogged down in a $10 million lawsuit against its "world-renowned architect," Cesar Pelli. Lawyers for both sides say some minor side...
Swift JusticeDear Jackie, I recently injured my foot at work. I was cutting a metal piece with a grader when it broke into pieces and landed on my left foot, leaving me to get six stitches. I work at an auto body shop but am hired as a private contractor, which makes...
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The Hartford CourantBob Deasy and his wife, Janet, have lived in the same Unionville house with the same kitchen for 44 years. They're retired, living on a pension and Social Security, but last October Bob Deasy decided to flatter both his wife and their home with a new...
Q13 FOX News political analystWildfires can start in all sorts of ways. Sometimes it’s lightning, sometimes it’s a careless camper, sometimes it’s downed power lines, sometimes it’s an arsonist. And sometimes it’s a construction project. From the...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefU.S. Route 460, the busy four-lane highway that connects Roanoke and Lynchburg, is squeezed down to just two lanes in Montvale. It's been that way since the end of May, and people living nearby are ready for the road to re-open. "It's been inconvenient,...
Commuters to Baltimore faced heavy traffic and major delays Tuesday, after a large water main break downtown buckled the surface of Light Street and sent water gushing through Lombard and Pratt streets. Jamie Kendrick, the city’s deputy...
Ask The BuilderDEAR TIM: With mortgage interest rates at all-time lows, I feel it's time to build my new home now. I've got hundreds of questions about the process, but I wonder if you can just give me some quick tips that will help me keep the cost down and avoid...
World NowOlympic security company chief grilled by lawmakers; OIympic security failure forces army to step in...
This is the time of year when many people have home improvement projects done. It's also the time of year when scam artists pose as contractors and rip-off unsuspecting people. However, there are some simple ways to protect yourself no matter the...
Art Shapiro was motoring south on Eutaw in his maintenance truck when the call came across his radio: Head to Lombard and Light streets, where a water leak needed attention. Baltimore's chief of utilities maintenance figured the call, around rush hour...
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