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Grants to help homeless hitting target

For almost half a century the House of Charity offered overnight lodging to homeless men during the winter months. In the summer, though, a lack of funding forced the Catholic …


Online map shows housing hot spots

One huge Web success story for house buyers and real estate searchers has been Seattle-based Zillow. A San Francisco-based realty-search competitor, Trulia.com, is also worth checking out.


Post Falls High On Sale Of Mill Site Auction Of Former L-P Acreage A Potential Boon For Downtown

A prize piece of waterfront is on sale - a sale city officials and local businesses hope will revitalize downtown here. The former Louisiana-Pacific Corp. mill site will go to …


Developer Drops One Plan, Raises New Controversy

A Spokane developer has scrapped plans to build dozens of houses near a semi-rural Greenacres neighborhood in favor of a 136-unit mobile home park, angering residents who also fought the …


Resort Planned Near Old Mining Town

A $200 million resort complex near this old mining town east of Snoqualmie Pass is planned by a company that purchased 7,400 acres of Plum Creek Timber Co. land. The …


Apartment Expansion Has Neighbors Worried

Neighbors living atop Sunset Hill west of downtown like their tranquil surroundings near Indian Canyon Golf Course. That’s why they are so concerned about a plan to expand apartment dwellings …


Training Center Gets Option To Buy Land

Expecting further growth at its popular Workforce Training Center, North Idaho College has obtained an option to buy adjoining property. College trustees approved the option this week. The school will …


Smaller Version Of Wind River Proposed By Developer

A scaled-down version of a housing development halted by city officials three years ago near Nine Mile road is back, this time drawing little public opposition. Attacked last time for …


Fuhrman’s Home Up For Sale

Is Mark Fuhrman moving? There’s a “For Sale” sign in front of his house. The former police detective accused by O.J. Simpson’s attorneys of moving a bloody glove from where …


California Mansion Is A Steal At $8.9 Million

Forget the post-Christmas sales at the malls in California’s bankrupt Orange County. The best bargains are the mansions along the county’s canyons and coastlines. Thanks to financial woes such as …


Two Sides Pulling Zoning Plan In Opposite Directions

There wasn’t much that the two sides in a Valley zoning dispute could agree on at Tuesday’s county commissioners meeting. One thing they made clear, though, is that neither side …


Neighbors Stage Battle To Save Haven Of Trees City Wants To Sell 2.8 Acre Parcel For Building Or Apartments

Ed Eichwald, Al Rambosek and John Bushfield oppose development. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review


Home Sales Drop In Kootenai County

Kootenai County home sales in March plummeted 35 percent from the same time last year, according to multiple listing records. The trend suggests the once-white-hot housing market in the county …


Developer Seeks Annexation For Liberty Lake-Area Project

A landowner seeking annexation of 310 acres to the Liberty Lake Sewer District has plans for residential and commercial development on the property. George Kennett, of Newport, has owned the …


Project Losing Soil Silt From Development Goes Into Hayden Lake

The name of the new hillside development above Tobler Marina is mud to Richard Penn. For weeks, thousands of gallons of chocolatecolored, silt-filled runoff have poured from the fouracre project, …