These Pacific Northwesterners haven taken their love of the Seahawks to a whole other level! Or maybe they just like the color blue and green. Either way, take a look at these houses from Porch.com with 12th-tastic paint jobs.
Spring is almost here! A local gardening expert provides some tips so you can get started in the dry weather this week.
The Environmental Protection Agency has OK'd fuel with up to 15 percent ethanol, but it's not meant to go into small engines. But that's where it's ending up and doing damage that can be prevented.
Swarms of bees are invading neighborhoods across Portland but what if those hives were actually a good thing and you could benefit from one in your backyard?
The holidays are over and if you have a live Christmas tree, you'll need to figure out how to dispose of it so it doesn't become a fire hazard. Not to worry - we've put together some information to help you out.
Something small is afoot. Backyard cottages — from 800-square-foot bungalows to Lilliputian studio cabins — are springing up behind houses in many cities, some of which have changed zoning laws to accommodate them.
Homeowners looking for tips on how to save money, stay healthy or perhaps live sustainably are in luck.
Many Portlanders are losing patience with the city’s garbage and recycling services, according to a new survey by the city.
"The neighbors call it a hobbit house, among other things," Chris Whited said. In fact, the new 1,200-square-foot house already dwarfs two cottages the 59-year-old contractor has built on his property.
Sales of existing homes in Washington state surged in the first quarter of the year, but average prices did not, according to a new report.
If you're ready to make some changes around your home or business but you're not sure where to start, help is just a phone call away.
These days when we want a good read we can simply download it to a device but a big movement of little libraries is putting real books back in people's hands.
A Portland couple’s 128 square foot home could probably fit into your bedroom with room to spare.
Move over mistletoe: New Hampshire greenhouse experiments with tomato plants as holiday decor
What's got most people complaining about the new garbage rules that take effect on Halloween is trash piling up. The city says that won't happen. We found a family willing to test the system.