Monthly Archives: June 2021

Chattanooga Residential Rents Are Growing Twice the US Average

[ad_1] The COVID-19 pandemic that has kept more Chattanoogans in their homes over the past year has also increased the cost of where they live. Chattanooga’s residential rental rates have grown almost twice as fast as the national average in the past year, according to a new apartment rental study …

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Roanoke City Councilor Robert Jeffrey named in eviction lawsuit calls case unjustified | Local News

[ad_1] The Northwest Neighborhood Environmental Organization filed a lawsuit this month against Robert Jeffrey, seeking to evict him from office space he rents in the senior McCray Court complex for his business. Jeffrey says the case is without merit and that he intends to move his office anyway. The Roanoke …

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Were black WWII veterans excluded from the benefits of the GI Bill?

[ad_1] The GI Bill of Rights for the Return of WWII Veterans in 1944 was ad at the time as an important piece of legislation that helped propel millions of servicemen into the middle class. The bill, which was promoted as a neutral race – provided veterans with unemployment insurance, …

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House of the Week: Owner “admired” this Onondaga Hill property as a boy. Then he built the house of his dreams

[ad_1] SYRACUSE, NY – As a child Dan McMahon used to cycle and play in the fields of Yenny Road near Onondaga Hill. He grew up only “an eighth of a mile” at Yenny base on Cleveland Road. He fell in love with the peaceful countryside and the incredible views. …

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