- Facing eviction, 89-year-old smoker plans to move Updated: Apr-21-14 11:38 am
- Quinn tour highlights questions of taxes Updated: Apr-14-14 7:12 pm
- W.Va. housing programs get nearly $1.4M in funding Updated: Apr-12-14 9:31 am
- Long Island town accused of housing bias in suit Updated: Apr-10-14 8:23 pm
- Hawaii House passes smoking ban in public housing Updated: Apr-04-14 7:53 pm
- Massachusetts to curb smoking in public housing Updated: Apr-03-14 3:30 pm
- Chicago easing public housing ban for ex-offenders Updated: Mar-29-14 1:59 pm
- HUD bans ex-Philly housing director over lobbying Updated: Mar-28-14 3:13 pm
- NJ adds storm recovery aid for low-income families Updated: Mar-26-14 5:36 pm
MILFORD, Ohio - An 89-year-old woman is preparing to move out of her home of the last 10 years because it has gone smoke-free and she won't give up cigarettes.
CHICAGO - Gov. Pat Quinn's tour of the state to push his program aimed at helping first-time homebuyers quickly turned political Monday as both he and his Republican gubernatorial opponent wasted no time highlighting likely recurring themes in the 2014 race: wealth and taxes.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Several housing facilities across West Virginia are sharing nearly $1.4 million in federal funding.
MINEOLA, New York - Two housing programs administered by a suburban New York town discriminate against blacks because the town gives preference to its predominantly white population, the Justice Department said in a lawsuit filed Thursday.
HONOLULU - Residents in public housing might soon have a harder time finding a place to smoke.
BOSTON - Gov. Deval Patrick's administration moved Thursday to stamp out smoking in public housing in Massachusetts.
CHICAGO - The city of Chicago will begin easing restrictions that have prevented former prison inmates from living in public housing.
PHILADELPHIA - The former director of public housing in Philadelphia has been banned from working with any federal programs for three years.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration is calling for creating a new Superstorm Sandy recovery fund for low-income families who have not applied for money to repair damaged homes in response to criticism that storm aid has not reached low-income people and minorities as it should have.