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New home sales rise in the South and West, but sag in Northeast
Affordability is attracting people to sunnier climes — and that's helping to heat up those regions' economies.
Moving away from carbon, with help from Canada
Wind and solar resources in New England and New York fluctuate. One way to manage this uncertainty is trading with Quebec.
When air pollution crosses state lines, which state has to do the cleanup?
Some governors asked the EPA to rein in polluting states, and EPA is asking the Supreme Court for permission.
How zoning affects the wealth gap
Lisa Prevost's new book, 'Snob Zones: Fear, Prejudice, and Real Estate,' looks at towns that have used zoning laws to keep low- and middle-income families out, in favor of the rich moving in.
Dry year boosts fall foliage
New England tourism could get a boost this fall foliage season because dry weather will mean brilliant reds and purples as leaves change color.