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The encroaching ocean poses a vexing problem for coastal homeowners along the Virginia shore.
Clemson University has withdrawn its plans for a modernist building in historic Charleston, South Carolina.
Monroe County, Florida, is considering easing building height restrictions in order to allow property owners to prepare for — or recover from — severe flooding.
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A second North Carolina heating contractor has had his licensed suspended after three people died from a faulty motel pool heater in 2013.
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