Ask Angie: Differences between a home appraisal and a home inspection
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Time is right for radon testing
Radon levels indoors usually are highest during the winter months when buildings are closed off, according to the Minnesota Department of Health. They estimate that more than 40 percent of Minnesota homes have dangerously high levels of radon.
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Certified Home Inspections, a home inspection service provider for Long Island, the five boroughs and Westchester, is pointing to three specific items in a Top 10 list of first time homebuyer mistakes from TLC.com to avoid as more critical than the rest.
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Two dogs recently found near Harpers Grove in Lemont remain unclaimed-but have food, shelter, and plenty of attention at the Lemont Police Department.
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Village Considers Changes to Tornado Sirens After Residents Complain
Oak Lawn village officials look into making changes to new tornado warning system after residents said they couldn't hear it during Sunday's heavy storms. Posted by Lorraine Swanson (Editor) , November 20, 2013 at 05:14 AM. 11 Comments 2 Recommend.
FRANKFORT TOWNSHIP — A Frankfort Square man convicted of a hate crime against his former neighbors earlier this year has had problems with his new neighbors as well, police said. Richard M. Cyplik, 28, of 7759 W. Emerald Court, was arrested by Will County Sheriff’s police Nov. 9 on a charge of battery. Sheriff’s spokeswoman Kathy Hoffmeyer said deputies were called at 9:41 p.m. to the courtyard of Cyplik’s apartment complex, where he was “yelling and screaming” at three men. “He was very agitated and had to be separated from the others,” Hoffmeyer said. A 59-year-old man and 36-year-old man …
Work to clean up the aftermath of Sunday’s tornado in Diamond and Coal City got a boost Tuesday from a visit by a group of Chicago Bears players. Volunteers and residents couldn’t help but smile when they saw Bears kicker Robbie Gould walking across their debris-strewn lawns, his arms full of bottled water. The Bears players — a group that included Gould, Zack Bowman, Blake Costanzo and Sherrick McMannis as well as former players Tom Zbikowski, Anthony Adams and Rashied Davis — helped volunteers unload supplies at Coal City United Methodist Church, then walked through a storm-ravaged subdivision handing out …
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart plans to meet Wednesday with Robbins officials regarding sheriff’s police taking command of the village’s troubled police department. Dart announced the plan after Robbins police and village officials failed to remove a police administrator whose policing credentials have been challenged by a state regulatory agency. “It’s abundantly clear we have problems here,” Dart said of the village’s police department. “The reality of it is we have had dropped on our lap unmistakable information that the department has issues that go beyond the norm. It’s not functioning as any (police) department should function. When that occurs, …
In the aftermath of Sunday’s devastating storms, social media is helping victims piece their lives back together. “It is just amazing,” Becky Siegel-Harty said. Soon after a tornado swept through Washington, Diamond and surrounding communities on its way across Illinois, Siegel-Harty’s kids found a Walgreens prescription receipt in the driveway of their Seneca home. That prompted an all-out search of their property, and they found a photo that was an obviously dated picture of a girl holding a VHS tape. “It looked like it had been torn out of a scrapbook,” Siegel-Harty said. “I just knew it had to be …
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