It happens every year: Homeowners living next to a public right-of-way discover the hard way that they are responsible for maintaining the trees and vegetation in the right-of-way area.
"The neighbors call it a hobbit house, among other things," Chris Whited said. In fact, the new 1,200-square-foot house already dwarfs two cottages the 59-year-old contractor has built on his property.
Not only can you save some dough when you make your home more energy-efficient, you can also make it beautiful.
Thousands of homeowners who think they're getting loan modification help are actually being manipulated into giving away hundreds and thousands of dollars.
Seattle reLeaf's 2012 “Trees for Neighborhoods” program has been extended through Oct. 21. The program still has several varieties available for free to Seattle residents including western red cedar and fernleaf beech.
They are some of the most unique and historic structures in the region, and now the homes at Fort Lawton are up for sale.
Lisa Dupar of Pomegranate Bistro and Lisa Dupar Catering of Redmond will give a waste-free cooking demonstration at the Carnation Farmer’s Market on October 2 at 3:30, 4:30 and 5:30 p.m.
New organic seed finder services now available online.
The leaves are starting to come down and the leaf blowers are back in action. If you need a new blower, you need to decide whether to go gasoline or electric.
City looking to grow rain gardens in other neighborhoods
Free compost offered to help 'spruce up' neighborhood gardens.
'Zoo Doo…who wants some Zoo Doo?' That's the chant being heard around the Woodland Park Zoo as it gets ready to kick of its 'Fall Fecal Fest'.
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages ticked up for the third straight week, staying slightly above record lows. Cheap mortgages have helped fuel a modest housing recovery this year.
Spots and rot: what is going on with my garden?