A focus on faith and farming with this latest edition of the award-winning Country Neighbor newspaper
Home renovation projects are done for several different reasons, whether to update styles, repair damaged or broken items, or achieve more living space. More than ever before, homeowners are choosing improvement projects geared toward making their homes healthier.
The sentiment “don’t judge a book by its cover” can be applied to many situations. When it comes to selling their homes, homeowners should remember this adage as they prepare their homes for prospective buyers.
On April 1 Kropf Feeds moved into a new 8,000-square-foot facility at 19 Prairie Lane, just off Kelly Road south of Buffalo. This enabled Kropf to feature a 5,500-square-foot retail showroom and a 2,500-square-foot warehouse.
Lawn and garden enthusiasts are often on the lookout for new trends that can make their lawns and gardens healthier and more robust. One trend that has gained considerable popularity in recent years is the move toward greenscaping, a set of landscaping practices that the U.S. Environmental P…
Buffalo Garden Club members contribute to community beautification, share plants and plant knowledge with each other and have done so for the past 63 years.
Homeowners who feel their homes are a little confined may be interested in expanding their homes to make them more comfortable and serviceable. Several questions may come to mind when homeowners are considering adding on to an existing home.