Earth Day: America’s Mayors Are Leading the Way on Climate Change

Published: Apr. 22, 2022 at 9:02 AM CDT|Updated: 26 minutes ago WASHINGTON, April 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — America’s mayors continue to lead the fight against climate change through innovative policies and programs that are building climate resiliency, promoting the use of clean energy, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in cities across the country. In recognition

What proof do you need to show that the New Home Market won’t fall?

March 30, 2022 Proof that Prices Won’t Fall? The New-Home Market By Chris Arnold There’s not enough supply (homes) to meet demand, with little relief in sight. The U.S. needs about 3M more homes, and it will take years for builders to catch up. BOSTON – Emerson Claus has been building houses for 45 years.

What do First-Time Home Buyers Want When They Buy a Home?

First-Time Home Buyers Don’t Want Elevators, Golf Courses, but what do they want? A study of top-demanded and least-demanded items to first-time homebuyers also found that many want hardwood floors – but not cork or bamboo. CHICAGO – A laundry room tops the wish list of first-time home buyers, according to the recent report What

Bay County Leaders OKs plan to revitalize Panama City Mall

Bay County OKs plan to help spur revitalization of Panama City Mall March 3, 2022 Samantha Neely The News Herald BAY COUNTY — Bay County leaders helped the Panama City Mall move one step closer to revitalization Tuesday. The Bay County Commission approved a proposed interlocal agreement with Panama City and the Panama City Redevelopment Agency toward an expansion of

What are your thoughts as Panama City Commissioners moves forward on the new marina civic center?

The Panama City Commission approved on Tuesday the motion to enter a professional contract for architectural and engineering services for a new Panama City Civic Center. MIKE FENDER / THE NEWS HERALD February 24, 2022 PANAMA CITY — Residents soon might get to see some of their favorite artists and entertainers perform again, if all goes according to plan. The