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Sustainable Landscapes are Growing in Popularity

Sustainable Landscapes are Growing in Popularity

Though a lush green lawn may be the dream of many homeowners, and one that will sustain the value of their home, it’s becoming more and more common to replace…

Easy Air Conditioning Solutions for Anti-AC Homeowners

Easy Air Conditioning Solutions for Anti-AC Homeowners

Air conditioning: you either can’t live without it, or you absolutely can’t stand it. As air conditioning becomes a staple in most new homes and businesses, more people have begun protesting…

Ohio Prison Food Contractor Under Fire for Maggots Found in Kitchen Areas and Other Issues

Ohio Prison Food Contractor Under Fire for Maggots Found in Kitchen Areas and Other Issues

A corrections spokeswoman for Ohio prisons says that Ohio’s prisons agency is planning on developing a plan to enable local health inspections of food service operations after reports surfaced of maggots…

Pregnancy is Not to be Taken Lightly in the Workplace

Pregnancy is Not to be Taken Lightly in the Workplace

Earlier this year, when Officer Lyndi Trischler of the Florence, KY police department asked her supervisors if she could beassigned light-duty work as her pregnancy progressed, she was denied. Though this…

Canada Accuses China of Recent Hacking Incident

Canada Accuses China of Recent Hacking Incident

At the end of July, the foreign ministry of the Chinese government accused Canada of making irresponsible accusations, which it said lacked credible evidence, after officials said a “highly sophisticated Chinese…

New POS Malware Targets Small American Businesses

New POS Malware Targets Small American Businesses

According to CNBC, TechTimes, and a variety of tech-centered news sources, there is a malicious software making its way into retail POS systems and stealing sensitive information without being detected by most…

How Houston “Spec Mansion” Builder Hopes to Change the Game

How Houston “Spec Mansion” Builder Hopes to Change the Game

Screenwriters, graphic designers and other creatives frequently work on spec, making something with the hope of selling it rather than creating it for a commission. Al Ross, a developer from…

Cuomo’s Administration Under Fire for Spending $161 Million on Tourism and Business Ads

Cuomo’s Administration Under Fire for Spending $161 Million on Tourism and Business Ads

New York has spent over $161 million on promoting state tourism as well as the state’s business climate since Governor Andrew Cuomo first came to the office in 2011, according to data…

Could Hashtag Engine Optimization Surpass Search Engine Optimization?

Could Hashtag Engine Optimization Surpass Search Engine Optimization?

If you use any social media site, you are undoubtedly familiar with the hashtag and how it functions. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest and pretty much any other social media…

New Study Explores DUIs and the Resultant Insurance Increases, Results Surprising

New Study Explores DUIs and the Resultant Insurance Increases, Results Surprising

A new study by NerdWallet analyzed the 150 largest cities in the United States and found which places have the highest rate of alcohol-related car accidents. The study also found the…