When Jeff Permar of Middletown, Delaware, noticed that the veggies in his garden were being eaten, he was determined to find the culprit. It wasn’t just some nibbling here and there, either. In all his 20 years of gardening, Permar says he’d never seen so much damage: “Everything I was planting was getting eaten to shreds.” He suspected the culprit lived under his shed, so he installed a motion-detecting camera nearby and waited. After catching some other greedy critters, the camera finally captured footage of the animal guilty for most of the damage: a groundhog, whom Permar named Chunk. The
A Lafayette man was arrested Friday in connection with a home improvement fraud case out of St. Landry Parish.
The Sheriff’s Office says that 48-year-old Albert George Johnson was arrested following an investigation that began in February 2020.
According to Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz, Detectives were notified on February 23, 2020 to a residential contractor fraud incident.
Upon further investigation, it was determined that the victim allegedly entered into a contractual agreement with Johnson, who is identified as the owner of Alliance Covenant Painting, LLC.
The victim told deputies that Johnson had allegedly agreed to remodel the victim’s residence and
When David Olson started demo work on his concrete staircase, he never expected to pull one bowling ball after another out from beneath.
NORTON SHORES, Mich. — Do-it-yourself (DIY) construction work is a real thing these days. People all over are learning trades so they can build and/or fix stuff and be able to finish home improvement projects without having to pay high labor costs.
A Muskegon man recently started a project in his backyard, only to find out it would “take a lot of balls” to finish it.
David Olson needed a concrete stairway inspected to learn why water