Burglary is committed about every ten seconds in the United States. Learn about how to make your home burglar deterrent with this helpful community safety guide.
Active adult communities are planned residential communities for adults who are over 55 years old. Learn about current trends in the active adult community market.
Active adult retirement communities first came on the scene in the 1960s due to a growing housing demand for retirement age people who were not quite ready to go into assisted living or retirement homes.
With the advent of the Internet and social media, the character of local journalism is changing. This web page discusses the changing nature of local journalism and local news distribution.
Many planned communities consist of tract homes, which are multiple identical homes constructed on a tract of land and then subdivided. Planned communities may allow original homebuyers to select from a predetermined number of house styles.
A social network is simply a group of friends, colleagues, or other contacts. While most people have multiple social networks in their lives, the term usually refers to an online community that shares similar interests.
Two days before a planned citizen rally against the century-old metal recycling plant General Iron, the I-Team has been given unprecedented access to its Lincoln Park scrap yard.
Chuck Goudie. ABC News. Sat, 20 Jul 2019 00:18:16 +0000.
Here are four surprising but important points for financial services, financial educators and the queer community that we just learned on the Queer Money Live Tour.
By John Schneider and David Auten, Contributor. Forbes. Fri, 19 Jul 2019 13:40:00 +0000.
The Willowbrook area community and politicians are outraged over plans to re-open the Sterigenics plant after testing found it was emitting dangerous chemicals in the air.
Mark Rivera. ABC News. Thu, 18 Jul 2019 22:30:22 +0000.
Kirby, Ellen and Elizabeth Peters, eds. Community Gardening. Brooklyn, NY. Brooklyn Botanic Garden. 2008.
Lauterer, Jock. Community Journalism. Chapel Hill, NC. University of North Carolina. 2006.