Oct 1:

Sept. 24:

  • Mountain Lumber in Boone, N.C., opened a new retail location in June that supplies home decor items, building finish materials, and other resources for homeowners and designers.
  • WOLF opened a New England distribution center in Northborough, Mass.
  • East Haven Builders Supply opened a new greenfield branch in Manchester, Conn.
  •  Alside, a manufacturer and distributor of exterior residential building products, opened a location in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Sept. 22:

  • Happy 50th birthday to Snodderly Lumber, Clearmont, Mo. Story
  • KPA Studio, Queens, N.Y., a provider of metal, glass, and windows to architectural firms and general contractors, has signed a lease for a 10,000-square-foot building in the neighborhood. Story

Sept. 17:

Sept. 12:

  • Elliott’s Hardware began construction on a new store in northeast Dallas.

Sept. 10:

  • Dreyer's Lumber will open a second location in Ocean Township, N.J.

Sept. 5:

  • 84 Lumber closed its location in Plainview, Texas.
  • Seven D Wholesale, acquired Buttolph Lumber in Phoenix, N.Y.

Sept. 3:

  • Curtis Lumber opened a Sears Hometown Store within its Norwich, N.Y. location.

Aug. 28:

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Aug 22:

  • Tague Lumber will open a new yard in Kennett Square, Pa., in September.

Aug. 20:

  • SRS Distribution opened seven new locations throughout the U.S. in July. The locations include: Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio; Tallahassee and Fort Myers, Fla.; Charleston, S.C.; Wilmington, N.C.; and Vancouver, Wash.
  • Independence Lumber in Independence, Va., announced plans to rebuild its sawmill, which was destroyed by a fire in November, 2012.

Aug. 15:

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Aug. 6:

  • Canfor, a Canadian wood manufacturer, purchased the operating assets of Balfour Lumber and Beadles Lumber, two timber mills located in Thomasville and Moultrie, Ga, respectively.
  • Gypsum Management and Supply acquired Contractors Choice Supply in Lubbock, Texas. Read the story here.
  • CalStar Products, a producer of masonry products, opened a 100,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Columbus, Mass.

Aug. 1:

  • 84 Lumber closed a lumberyard in York, Pa., and moved its five employees to two other 84 Lumber branches.
  • Schaffer Associates moved its operations to a new location in South Charlotte, N.C.
  • Builders FirstSource acquired West Orange Lumber in Groveland, Fla. Read the story here.

July 30:

  • Aluminum rail manufacturer Feeney opened a distribution center in Cranbury, N.J., to service the East Coast.
  • Roofing Supply Group opened branches in Houston, Texas, and Baton Rouge, La. Read the story here.
  • ABC Supply opened its first branch in the state of Montana. Read the story here.

July 28:

July 23:

  • Beebe’s Ace Hardware & Building Supply will close due to the retirement of owners Parker and Phyllis Beebe.
  • Littlejohn, a private equity firm based in Greenwich, Conn., acquired Northwest Hardwoods, a lumber manufacturer and distributor based in Tacoma, Wash.
  • Arrowhead Building Supply says it will relocate its Bellville, Ill., location to Fairview Heights, Ill., "at the end of July or early August."
  • Professional Builders Supply announced July 15 it had merged with Benchmark Supply, a specialty window and door supplier in Monroe, N.C. Read the story here.

July 18:

  • Countyline Enterprises in Galeton, Pa., closed due to retiring owners.

July 16:

July 11:

  • Greenberg's Lumber Yard, in Bennington, Vt., will close by Sept. 1.
  • A McCoy's Building Supply location opened in Dayton, Texas.

July 9:

  • A fire destroyed Godfrey Lumber, in Statesville, N.C., on July 4. In an article on WSOCTV, the owners stated that they "aren't sure what the next step will be."
  • ABC Supply acquired Dealers Service & Supply, a distributor of roofing, siding, windows, and doors based in the St. Louis suburb of Kirkwood.

July 2: