Does North Carolina give homeowners associations too much power?
The dented-up, desert-sand-colored Toyota Sienna in the driveway of Melissa and Michael Rooney’s South Durham home is spectacularly adorned with cheerful graffiti depicting flowers, stars, hearts, birds and trees in bright hues of red, blue, yellow and green. There are messages in support of the UNC Tar Heels and some ornamental squiggles, all created by the couple’s kids and their friends—with some help from Mom. Read the article………..
For more than 400 years, a tree has grown in North Canton. It has drawn interest from around the world,
Q: My condominium association has no reserve funds for our roof. Every year at the annual meeting, the board asks
Carolyn Austin, 76, has put up a wall and gate, grown shrubs and trees and taken her case all the