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OKG Newsletter

Topic: homes

A pretty house is like a Symphony

The 38th annual Symphony Show House and Gardens event benefits the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and its music-education programs.


Courtney Silva
Originally built in the 1980s, the residence at 1701 Drury Lane was somewhat of a fixer-upper.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Ministry leader, sex offender file lawsuit against city

Lawsuit filed hopes to stop police from arresting sex offenders who live together. An attorney says it could force offenders 'underground.'


Tim Farley
Police should not be allowed to retroactively enforce a 2012 law that prevents two convicted sex offenders from living together, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Oklahoma County District Court.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Wind can light up our city


Kirsten McIntyre
Support for wind energy in Oklahoma is growing steadily — propelling our state forward in many interesting ways for people in all sectors of our state.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Face value

It looks as though some land owners get monetary incentives to let things rot, according to those suffering from dropping property values.


Tim Farley
Oklahoma City Council members took the first step toward cleaning up vacant and abandoned homes and buildings, but not without protests from a group of realtors.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Moore’s code

The city council passed a measure to ensure new homes in Moore will be built to withstand strong winds.


Kelley Chambers
Over the past 42 years, Marvin Haworth has built homes all around Moore and has, unfortunately, seen some of those same homes reduced to piles of rubble after being hit by tornadoes.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Costly living

The Oklahoma City Housing Authority serves nearly 16,000 people, mostly working-class.


Ben Felder
Public subsidized housing gave Laurinda Gaddis a chance.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014