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(BPT) - With the arrival of warm summer temperatures, it’s time to brighten the home with sensational summer shades. And it’s easy to add a pop of vibrant color with the help from the experts at Krylon spray paint.
(BPT) - Curious which home improvement costs less than $5,000, delivers the highest return on investment and has the maximum impact on curb appeal?
(StatePoint) Kitchen remodeling can significantly increase home value. However this can get extremely expensive. But simple kitchen fix-ups can add both value and comfort to your space.
A pair of well-used work gloves still rest atop a bathroom sink in the Avra Valley home of firefighter William Warneke. Chunks of drywall are piled up in the bedroom corner. There are holes in the floor of the would-be master bathroom, covered only by flimsy cardboard.
The Marana Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its 6th Annual Community & Business Builder Awards. The recipients are: Gabrielle M. Luoma, CPA, Pllc, in the one-to-four employee category; Cutters Point Coffee, five to 49 employees; Vantage West Credit Union, 50 or more employees; and Rotary Club of Marana, for a non-profit organization.
The 2010 Arizona State Home Show is open this Friday through Sunday, Jan. 8-10, at the Tucson Convention Center.
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Bell spent her 15th birthday last month in a hospital bed at University Medical Center, fighting flu and pneumonia.
THURSDAY, MAY 28
Lizzie Bell, the Tucson young woman whose fight with disease and advocacy for blood donation has been acknowledged by "Extreme Makeover Home Edition," is speaking at the Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce breakfast this Thursday, May 28.
Tucson Electric Power is donating photovoltaic panels and a solar water heating system to a house being built in Tucson by ABC-TV’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” program.
As the graying of America continues to pick up speed, and with a newly elected President claiming that health care reform is the center of his White House, health and wellness are in vogue like never before. Preventive medicines, then, are at the heart of modern wellness and, sadly, too few use them.