QUINCY -- The project took a bit longer than Stephanie Johnson originally anticipated, but that delay now seems inconsequential. "It was worth the wait," she said, without any hesitation whatsoever. Johnson and her husband, Tad, had a retaining wall replac
QUINCY -- It's been more than two decades of gradual improvements for Charolette Homan, but she thinks the work on her home at 3404 State finally is done. "It's been the project house for 23 years," Homan said. "I think I need to be finished. I'm getting r
QUINCY -- When neighbors of Nancy Bloss returned from a trip, they almost thought they were on the wrong block when they passed her house. "They came back and said they had to do a double take," Bloss said. "They didn't recognize the house at all." Bloss a
Liberty native Tyler Walton is the Week 6 winner in The Herald-Whig's Lookin' Good contest.
QUINCY -- When Randy and Geri Miller purchased their home on a quiet cul-de-sac near Quincy High School, the couple knew they would be making changes to the home's appearance in hopes of making their home stand out. "This is clearly a cookie-cutter neighb
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Edie Price labels the home project she and fiancee Clint Graupman undertook as "drab to fab." The couple, with the help of family and friends, resurrected a walk-out deck area that also serves as the covering for a handy carport area next
QUINCY -- Brandon Reichert could see the potential in what will be his first home.
Nearly a year into extensive interior and exterior renovations of the home at 8904 State, "it's definitely been worth it," Reichert said.
The work's also made Reichert the W
Debbie and Harry Miller say replacing the old porch on their home at 2839 College Ave. became a priority when their grandson was leaning on a railing that broke. Fortunately, the story has a happy ending.
When Breann and Daniel Alter moved into their home on Quincy's north side nearly two years ago, they did what many new homeowners would do: they make updates in the living areas of the house.