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  • State proposes reforms to group home oversight

    State proposes reforms to group home oversight
    Maryland's top health official announced Sunday that his agency is reforming the way the state regulates group homes for disabled foster children. In a report sent Sunday to Maryland lawmakers and The Baltimore Sun, the state health department...
  • Families in Blue Mountain Consumer Discount collapse squabbling over settlement

    Families in Blue Mountain Consumer Discount collapse squabbling over settlement
    A feud has erupted between investors who lost money in the multimillion-dollar collapse of Blue Mountain Consumer Discount Co., a Wind Gap loan company that lawsuits charge was really a Ponzi scheme. The source of the discord? A $1.2 million proposed...
  • Groups urge U.S. to reject CIT takeover of OneWest Bank

    Groups urge U.S. to reject CIT takeover of OneWest Bank
    Two major community advocacy groups called on federal regulators to reject CIT Group Inc.'s proposed $3.4-billion takeover of Pasadena's OneWest Bank, contending that the bankers are catering to the rich and neglecting lower-income California borrowers....
  • The only way to save Illinois is to break it

    After retiring five years ago, my wife and I moved from Texas to Naperville. We had heard good things about Naperville from friends and neighbors in Texas, and we now love living there.   However, we did not know back then what a bankrupt and corrupt...
  • Blue Mountain Consumer Discount owner, son face tax charges

    The owner of a Wind Gap loan agency that collapsed in 2010 amid allegations that it was a Ponzi scheme has been charged in federal court with helping his son falsify an income tax return. For dozens of investors who lost millions through Blue Mountain...
  • Light penalties the norm for state utilities following fatal accidents

    Light penalties the norm for state utilities following fatal accidents
    On Feb. 9, 2011, natural gas from a cracked cast-iron pipe fueled a massive explosion that lit up the sky in Allentown, killing five people and destroying eight row homes at 13th and Allen streets. The explosion echoed another — just six months...
  • For governor: The Tribune endorses Bruce Rauner, to revive Illinois

     For governor: The Tribune endorses Bruce Rauner, to revive Illinois
    You don't see it in satellite photos, or from the Mississippi River gazing east. But Illinois has shrunk. If you've lived here for a while, you sense it: A place that for two centuries has been a muscular engine — a whole state of big shoulders,...
  • Westport Capital fund will finish massive resort west of Disney

    Westport Capital fund will finish massive resort west of Disney
    A fund affiliated with Connecticut-based Westport Capital Partners will finish the massive, vacant Grande Palisades resort west of Walt Disney World, a spokesman for the company said. An investor fund affiliated with Westport acquired the 890-unit...
  • Malloy Won't Bring Back Jobs

    I for one am tired of the political ads run by Dan Malloy. He is attacking the successful business record of Tom Foley, and by doing that attacking the American dream. Many distressed companies are bought and sold just before they go into bankruptcy....
  • EU calls on Bulgaria to allow access to deposits at Corpbank

    SOFIA (Reuters) - The European Union's banking watchdog urged Bulgaria on Monday to give depositors access to guaranteed funds at troubled Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank) group from Oct. 21, saying current restrictions were in breach of EU rules....
  • Leon B. Speights, owner of city barbecue carryouts

    Leon B. Speights, owner of city barbecue carryouts
    Leon B. Speights, founder of Leon's Pig Pen, where businessmen, judges and doctors rubbed shoulders with blue-collar workers, the homeless and welfare recipients, all dining on smoked ribs, minced pork sandwiches and fried chicken, died Oct. 14 at his...