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  • Is An Electric Car Right For You?

    So you filled up the tank on your compact car and the total came to over $50.00 and you said to yourself, “I wish I had one of those electric cars.” There are many factors to owning an electric car, not the least of which is the additional...
  • 6 Fun DIY Favors

    6 Fun DIY Favors
    Thank guests for attending your soirée with these easy DIY reminders of the big day. Seasonal Sensation Purchase a pile of your favorite local fruit and wrap each snack in a way that works with your overall wedding décor, such as an adorable burlap sack...
  • Vehicle Purchased From Soldier Abroad

    Vehicle Purchased From Soldier Abroad
    Far from home while deployed in the army in Afghanistan, Wesley McCracken was nevertheless able to prepare for his return home while still abroad.In need of transportation, he browsed the Internet looking for a car.  He found a 2006 Pontiac GTO at Parsons...
  • A Smart Garage Conversion

    A Smart Garage Conversion
    By Mar Jennings I'm a master at maximizing space potential. Whether it  be a closet, family room or garage I'll come up with resourceful ways to make the space functional and beautiful while being smart about the plan. If you're interested in renovating...
  • We are what we Drive

    Cars get us from point A to point b In between, they communicate a little something about who we are   By Deb Acord CTW Features   Walk through a dealership lot and what do you see reflected in the maze of gleaming paint, chrome and glass? A new...
  • Many pro athletes are drawn to L.A.'s beach cities, Calabasas

    Many pro athletes are drawn to L.A.'s beach cities, Calabasas
    The South Bay, with its low-key atmosphere and sought-after beachfront, has been attracting athletes since the 1980s, when the Joe Montana-led 49ers were Super Bowl fixtures, Kurt Rambis was minting four NBA title rings with the Lakers, and Steve Sax...
  • More lower-priced homes hitting the market

    More lower-priced homes hitting the market
    Home listings are on the rise across South Florida — especially in the picked-over lower price ranges, a new report shows. In Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, 10,001 for-sale properties were priced below $149,950 in October, a 49...
  • Celebrities star in realty agents' most memorable moments

    Celebrities star in realty agents' most memorable moments
    The real estate agents to the stars and the power brokers who put the deals together recall their most memorable realty moments. The agents were selected by the sheer number of columns in which they have been mentioned. Stephen Shapiro, Westside...
  • Gloucester County realty firm joins luxury network

    Gloucester County realty firm joins luxury network
    A Gloucester County-based realty firm is partnering up with a fast-growing California real estate firm to market and sell luxury homes on the Middle Peninsula. F. Ron Smith, president of  Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Leverage Global Partners, recently...
  • Moving Out: Former Barn On Neipsic Road In East Glastonbury

    Moving Out: Former Barn On Neipsic Road In East Glastonbury
    When Pat Buza moved back to Connecticut in 1999, she looked at a lot of houses before finding the one that became her home for the next 15 years. Perched on a hillside in what was once a mill village in East Glastonbury, this one-of-a-kind dwelling...
  • Chicago-area home sales down, but prices up

    Chicago-area home sales down, but prices up
    Sales of existing homes in the Chicago area recorded the fourth consecutive year-over-year decline in October, but quite a few area residents may be getting a new home for the holidays. The Illinois Association of Realtors reported that 9,146 homes were...