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  • Founder of Baltimore County solar firm files for bankruptcy

    Founder of Baltimore County solar firm files for bankruptcy
    The founder of a solar firm once lauded as one of the nation's fastest-growing companies has filed for bankruptcy, citing nearly $4 million in debts and back taxes. More than 500 former customers of Timonium-based Greenspring Energy are owed money in...
  • Quinn clemency case raises questions about who is deserving

    Quinn clemency case raises questions about who is deserving
    Among the thousands of clemency requests beseeching Pat Quinn to shorten a prison sentence or wipe a criminal record clean, Carlos Villarreal's seven-page petition and its tale of an innocent man duped by drug dealers caught the governor's attention as he...
  • Sports bar and dance club opens in Summit

    Sports bar and dance club opens in Summit
    Teen retailer Wet Seal filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week and has shuttered 338 stores and laid off nearly 3,700 employees since the beginning of the year, but its stores at Orland Square Mall in Orland Park and River Oak Mall in Calumet City are...
  • Delray may take financial control over affordable housing complex

    Delray may take financial control over affordable housing complex
    Delray Beach may take financial control over an affordable housing complex in the heart of the southwest neighborhood. To do so, commissioners on Tuesday will consider spending $4.2 million. A developer, the Auburn Group, owes Delray a little more...
  • Roundup: Preserving Norm's, Zaha's Tokyo stadium, Hirst on Mars

    Roundup: Preserving Norm's, Zaha's Tokyo stadium, Hirst on Mars
    The fight to preserve Norm’s on La Cienega Boulevard, the chilly reception for Zaha Hadid’s Olympic Stadium design and George Lucas’ plan to keep L.A. as a plan B for his museum — there’s a whole lot of architecture going...
  • CTA bus garage could be part of Fisk power plant redevelopment

    CTA bus garage could be part of Fisk power plant redevelopment
    A 60-acre site in the Pilsen neighborhood, once reviled for its smoke-belching power plant that contributed to premature deaths and asthma, could be redeveloped into a Chicago Transit Authority bus garage, park and nature walk. The mayor's office is set...
  • Grammy-winning R&B group TLC looks to fund final album through Kickstarter campaign

    Grammy-winning R&B group TLC is depending on fans to fund the release of their final album through a Kickstarter campaign. The group, which currently consists of T-Boz and Chilli, launched the campaign on Monday. It's been nearly 13 years since their...
  • Mick Jagger sets up L'Wren Scott scholarship

    The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger is setting up a scholarship at London's Central Saint Martins in honor of his late girlfriend, fashion designer L'Wren Scott, who committed suicide last year.  [The Cut] Fashion retailer Wet Seal has filed for...
  • Graham Beal to retire after guiding Detroit's DIA through peril

    Graham Beal to retire after guiding Detroit's DIA through peril
    Graham Beal will retire in June after 16 years as director of the Detroit Institute of Arts, capped by his leadership as the art museum fought to preserve its masterpieces when they seemed in danger of being ransacked to appease creditors in the city&...
  • Nearly half of Central Florida households on financial edge

    Nearly half of Central Florida households on financial edge
    Nearly half of all households in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties struggle to cover the basics of food, shelter, medical care and transportation — putting them one missed paycheck or one unexpected bill away from financial free fall, new...
  • Is former governor McDonnell's state pension really at risk?

    Is former governor McDonnell's state pension really at risk?
    Some of the hardest punishment former Gov. Bob McDonnell faces for being found guilty of corruption, his supporters argue, is losing his state pension. But that may not be a sure thing despite a state law that was meant to deny retirement benefits to...