More than 50 investors participate in non-profit organization’s bond offering Front Porch has successfully refinanced the majority of its debt, reducing its aggregate average debt service by more than $5 million annually. The Series A and Series B bonds sold for $305,565,000 and are exempt from federal and state income tax. The organization presented its
From anecdotes and experiences to events and innovation, this is where it all comes together. Hear firsthand from our residents and staff and see how their stories paint a picture of Front Porch.
Former Yankee farm hand didn’t make it to The Bronx but appreciates the journey Players call it “The Show,” the big stage that is Major League Baseball. The journey is often long, lonely and uncertain. Players must navigate a route that often begins in childhood, continues through school and into their mid-20s. While the ultimate
After living near Pineville, Louisiana for most of their lives, college sweethearts Arlen and Blondell Jowers built a full life for themselves—raising kids, teaching 1st grade for Blondell, Arlen’s work as a civil servant, and collecting and restoring antiques. When retirement rolled around, it was time for some new adventures. They bought an RV and