A Boston-based developer’s proposal to redevelop a vacant Portsmouth federal building into offices and high-end residences could be in for rough waters.
Thirty-seven dams across the state identified were by a two-year Associated Press investigation as high-hazard because of the potential for loss of life if they failed and considered to be in poor or unsatisfactory condition.
Low housing inventories throughout much of the state continued to affect the mortgage market, with lenders seeing strong activity later in the spring while buyers had to compete for available homes.
With the recent announcement that the city and state will be moving forward with a study that could lead to a commuter rail link between Manchester and Massachusetts, many in the city hope that this will spur development around the city, increase the workforce and decrease traffic around the city.
Today, proponents of accessory units believe they will help ease housing shortages by expanding the options for people of all ages. Now, many communities throughout the country have been relaxing their restrictions against ADUs, or outright encouraging them.read more
Homeowners, now and in the future, are paying more federal income tax in order to help corporations pay less federal income tax, to the tune of $620 billion.read more
Service Credit Union announced several promotions and the addition of a new leader to the organization.read more
It used to be that a free ski pass was enough to lure workers to seasonal jobs at mountain resorts. No longer.read more
Trulia also discovered that if a house was haunted, buyers would rather it be possessed by a vengeful ghost than a demon. And, apparently, they’d be willing to live with the antics of the poltergeist: Less than half would be willing to pay for an exorcism.read more