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According to a June 23rd report from Forbes magazine, newly constructed single-family homes saw a 2.2% boost in sales in May, up from April. Sales are also 19.5% higher than they were at the same time last year, the report stated. In May of 2015, new single-family home sales...

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Driving is risky business. Well, when humans are involved, at least. According to Rob Medford, Google’s director of safety, almost 90% of all accidents on the road are caused by human error. Because of these accidents, an estimated 30,000 people per year die; this is considered the leading cause...

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Although many logically suppose that online shopping drives traffic away from brick and mortar stores, a new study finds that the exact opposite is happening. According to a United Parcel Service and comScore survey of about 5,100 U.S. consumers, released on June 3, about one-third of shoppers prefer having...

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The City Council of Sterling Heights, Michigan is considering an amendment that would require certain landscaping ordinances for its residents this summer. CandG Newspapers reports that on May 14th, the Sterling Heights Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend to the City Council certain regulations regarding single-family residential homes. The...

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