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BRAINTREE, Mass. — Apartment and condo managers, dogged by complaints from those who've experienced the squishy and smelly sensation of stepping onto a pile of dog doo, are turning to DNA testing to identify the culprits who don't clean up after their pets.
Sleep America and 93.3 KDKB will start collecting items to donate to homeless pet shelters and low-income families with pets on Dec. 9.
In this Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013 photo, Barbara Kansky, condo manager of Devon Wood in Braintree, Mass., walks her dog, Justine, near one of several doggie waste stations on the 350-acre property. Dogged by complaints from those who’ve have experienced the squishy and smelly sensation of stepping onto a pile of dog doo, Kansky turned to DNA testing to identity the culprits who don’t clean up after their pets, yielding immediate and dramatic results. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
Mesa’s Solid Waste Management Department will add new vehicles to its fleet that are fueled by compressed natural gas.
Landscaping is a large part of curb appeal. And sellers should keep in mind that curb appeal is important to most buyers, a 2013 National Association of Realtors survey found.
The City of Chandler’s Solid Waste Services Division will offer two workshops devoted to backyard composting later this month.
Residents of Mesa can drop-off unwanted electronic equipment during the city’s recycling event this weekend.
This Tuesday, Aug. 27, will be the final day to vote in the Phoenix City Council election.
The City of Mesa Solid Waste Management Department is currently accepting applications for its popular Clean Sweep/Green Sweep Program.
The East Valley Lutheran Thrift Shop has been through its share of growing pains over the years.
Patients experiencing heart failure may not have as many out-of-pocket costs for cardiac-specific hospital care beginning as soon as October if plans by one East Valley hospital to simplify its payment structure go into effect.
CINCINNATI — Berry bushes and squash vines, apple and pear saplings, and inches-high corn plants growing now are envisioned to blossom into an "edible forest garden" in urban Cincinnati for the benefit of joggers, bicyclists, hikers and those who simply want to relax along a waterway.
There's something inherently formulaic about summer coming-of-age movies. A quirky, awkward and misunderstood kid takes a summer off from regular life and finds a way — at the beach or by the pool — to, well, come of age, often with the help of an equally quirky adult. Summer ends. Life is changed.
It has happened to all of us.
A recent decision by the Mesa City Council will lead to a bit of an increase on three utilities for Mesa residents beginning next month.
Smart irrigation is becoming a hot landscaping specialty as groundwater aquifers are increasingly sucked dry.
Plants need water to keep cool, pump minerals up to their leaves and grow. And in many regions and many seasons, they can fend for themselves getting water.
I came close to dying three times last week. Driving straight east on Baseline Road, I had a full green light. The oncoming car, stopped in the left-turn lane, suddenly jumped forward trying to turn left in front of me. I missed her by skinny inches.
The Mountain Pointe baseball program is taking the lead in trying get some relief to those in need in Oklahoma after the recent tornado disaster.
WASHINGTON – Drones numbering in the tens of thousands will be in the skies by 2030, the Federal Aviation Administration predicts. But where some may fear precision weapons or flying spy cameras, Steve Markofski sees flying tractors.
Mesa Fire Station 219 is the first City of Mesa building to be given LEED certification.
NEW YORK — You can recycle your waste, grow your own food and drive a fuel-efficient car. But being socially responsible isn't so easy when it comes to the clothes on your back.
It’s way too early. The National League West is way too talented. Summer in Arizona is way too long.
Three term state Sen. Al Melvin announced Monday he intends to run for governor this coming year.
City Councilman Sal DiCiccio says he believes he’s reached a compromise with other City Council members that will allow at least a portion of the city’s food tax to phase out before the 2015 deadline.