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It’s a short-term tactic with long odds of success, but the government is ready to renourish the slender beaches that lie between North Carolina Route 12 and the Atlantic.
Georgia’s chief coastal metropolitan area shows continued signs of economic resurgence, according to a university report.
Leaders in Norfolk, Virginia, are scratching their heads over how to respond to the effects of rising sea levels on the low-lying town.
Party season on the beach brings an all-too-familiar news story about a collapsing wood deck.
Passive House builder EcoCor, based in the seaport town of Belfast, Maine, is gearing up for factory production of panelized Passive House packages.
Drywall manufacturer Taishan Gypsum has lost a U.S. appeals court bid to shrug off liability for damage done to U.S. homes by the contaminated material.
Government weather experts agree with private-sector and academic researchers that so far, this year’s conditions aren’t looking stormy.
Another round of Community Development Block Grant money will be coming New Jersey’s way.
South Carolina’s lackluster spring has had one bright spot: an active housing market in coastal communities.
It could be that the state and federal rule books differ in New Jersey when it comes to elevations and building methods in the flood plain. And that could create trouble.
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