Turns out New Englanders aren’t the only ones who “love that dirty water.” Boston, and its surrounding neighborhoods, is home to a record number of rats -- enough to make the papers.
That infuriating drip under the bathroom sink sounds like a dinner bell to insects and rodents.
Every street, avenue and cul-de-sac has them—those pesky neighbors who don’t show up until the sun goes down, then bother you all night long with… Read More
To the eye, they’re quite pretty, with their striped and polka-dotted forewings, yellow abdomens and a brilliant shock of red on their hindwings… Read More
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Bed bugs are problematic on many levels, and the most immediate is, of course, an actual bed bug infestation.