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The City Council Finance Committee on Monday recommended paying out $525,000 to settle two cases of alleged police misconduct, one involving a cop stripped of his police powers who still works for the department. If approved by the full council on...
Housing starts in Metropolitan Orlando were up 29 percent during the first quarter of the year, though growth is expected to slow in key locations, according to a report released Tuesday by Metrostudy Inc. Builders in the four-county metro area started...
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On busy Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, some well-kept facades conceal a secret. Behind the Mediterranean with wooden doors, the white stucco two-story with a red tile roof, the long wall obscuring a three-structure compound, hides a singular,...
The City Council Finance Committee on Monday recommended paying out $525,000 to settle two cases of alleged police misconduct, one involving an officer stripped of his police powers who still works for the department. If approved by the full council...
Tags: Trials, Real Estate Buyers, Property, Lawyers, Legal Services
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Beth Heinen Bell and her husband, Christian — like a rising number of Americans — are ready to jump into the real estate market and become homeowners. Yet they're running into an obstacle that's keeping the...
Craig Schusterick, his workman's hands powdery white with construction grit, led the way across Onyx Avenue on Balboa Island to show off his handiwork. His nearly complete three-story home — designed with solid wood paneling to echo the Cape Cod...
“This is to the person who thinks the Senate is protecting this country. Well, they did not close the borders, they are going to get raises, they pass bills and don’t read them. Their kids go to private schools, they get free health care, they...
South Florida continues to lead the nation with the highest percentage of working families struggling to pay housing costs. The region has had this distinction for four consecutive years, according to a report last week. Roughly 41 percent of 730,777...
It was about an hour into a Lower Macungie Township commissioners candidates forum when a controversial land deal with developer David Jaindl came up. And when it did, incumbents on the board strongly defended how they negotiated an agreement with Jaindl...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Arable Farming, Farms, Rentals
Officers who abuse authority violate their duties To the editor: As a correctional officer who has been involved in this profession for more than 21 years, I want to thank you for your editorial, “Correctional officers must maintain higher level...
For almost a century, Marktown has looked like an English village plopped down in the middle of Northwest Indiana's Rust Belt skyline. The architect behind Marktown loved Victorian ruffles and flourishes, building cottages with steeply pitched gabled...
Joanna Skolnick is back on the housing market's sidelines, a few months after starting the search to move her family from Chicago to the northern suburbs. The family hoped to take advantage of an improving market, mortgage interest rates that are near...
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