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Ways to make a kitchen more germ-freeUpdated Mar 1, 2015 12:17 PM Even the tidiest kitchens might be harboring harmful bacteria, and often where they’re least expected. Paying more attention to a few often-overlooked places can help keep your household safer, experts say.
Preference builds among youths for suburban living Posted Mar 1, 2015 6:00 AM
In recent years, economists and demographers have argued that members of Generation Y will have a longer love for city living, in smaller living quarters, than their predecessors. But a newly released survey suggests what millennials really want is a...
Must you have bookshelves? Posted Mar 1, 2015 1:01 AM
Changing times create changing furnishing needs. If you don’t read hardcover books any more, do you still need bookshelves in your home?
Tiffany clock was made in Europe Posted Mar 1, 2015 1:01 AM
Q. Many, many years ago, my mother gave me an old clock that was my grandfather’s. I have enclosed a photo of the clock for you to see.
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full story »Custom cabinets make any room specialIf you need cabinets, you can find them at a big box store. But how will those low-price cabinets be constructed? Will thye fit correctly within your space? Those are some of the questions posed by Barbara Quatroke, owner of Q’s Cabinet Shoppe in Naperville.
full story »Realtors now rely on social mediaToday, a competent Realtor has to be up to date on modern marketing techniques, such as the use of social media and YouTube, said Carol Lynn Seifert, a Realtor for the past 25 years with Century 21 Langos & Christian in Mount Prospect.
full story »Builder tailors plans for each locationThe executives at William Ryan Homes believe in finding a niche market where they do well and remaining in that niche. But they are constantly refining, improving and becoming more efficient within that area of expertise.