Ever since humanity first decided to stop wandering through the wilderness in order to create a more permanent, stationary civilization we have engineered the land to suit our needs. From the construction of aqueducts and canals to the building of bridges, we have manipulated the world around us in order to provide the communities we …
What Trump's Wall Along the Mexican Border Means for the U.S. Housing Market
President Trump's wall along the U.S.-Mexican border will also have a profound impact on real estate in these border communities in some unexpected ways.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Why is Land Surveying Important for Land Development?
Land surveying is important for land development for many reasons. Land-Mark Professional Surveying, Inc. can help with land surveys.
How To Avoid The Exorbitant Cost Of Your Real Estate Agent's Bad Advice
Whether you are selling a home, buying a home, or both, you may be getting ready to lose a lot of money if you follow the advice of your real estate agent. This article tells you why.
Valley dams have engineers brimming with confidence
The crisis at the Oroville Dam and its spillways has some people in the Valley a little scared about dangers at our dams.
Sealcoating Facts and What You Should Know
Sealcoating Facts that will help you make an easy decision. Should you sealcoat your asphalt driveway? Action Asphalt has the answers for you.
Tips and Tricks to Keep Plants Blooming
Deadheading is a popular practice â but do you know all the ways to keep flowers on your plants longer? Follow these easy tips for keeping your favorite shrubs and flowers blooming longer.
MA contractors pay $420K to settle overbilling, prevailing wage charges
Prosecutors alleged that the companies "front loaded" pay applications to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
Rate of Mortgage Approvals: How Our State Compares
Millions of Americans look to mortgage loans to help them buy homes, but the number of applications — and the percentage actually getting approved and funded — varies by where you live. To determine the states with the most mortgage purchase, not refinancing, loan applications and approvals, NerdWallet analyzed 2015 data from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act...Read More