The Washington Post | In a gentrifying city where residential rents and home sale prices have risen dramatically, several D.C. Council members want their colleagues to consider a novel approach to dealing with a stubborn…
The New York Times | Residents hear mice rustling in the walls at night. Some occupants leave ovens on in the winter, their doors perched open, because furnaces fail.
The Baltimore Sun | When the furnace in their West Baltimore rowhouse broke last winter, Denise and Marvin Jones did what they could to keep their family warm — and together.
San Francisco Chronicle | Firefighters from Station 13, one of the busiest firehouses in San Francisco, regularly respond to calls from high-rises across the north Financial District.
The Wall Street Journal |Smaller cities are designating rundown areas as cultural districts and inviting artists and developers to help lead the way in revitalizing them
The New York Times | It took nearly two years, but Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday reached an agreement with the New York State Legislature to put back together a long-running affordable housing program,…
The Baltimore Sun | Since the late 1960s, a book club of local women had met monthly to together roam through the pages of far-flung tales.
USA Today | For the first time in half a century, renters now outnumber homeowners in Detroit.
The Chicago Tribune | This is hard to admit, but I have not always been empathetic toward the homeless people who live under the viaducts.