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  • Online retailer bambeco wants to make the world a greener place, one room at a time

    Online retailer bambeco wants to make the world a greener place, one room at a time
    Susan Aplin worked behind the scenes for two decades helping run some of the biggest retail stores around — Williams-Sonoma, Sports Authority, Staples, The Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Pottery Barn. But it wasn't until she and friend Carolyn...
  • More than 600 L.A. school buildings need quake evaluations, retrofits

    More than 600 L.A. school buildings need quake evaluations, retrofits
    The Los Angeles Unified School District still has hundreds of school buildings in need of detailed seismic evaluations and strengthening to withstand a major earthquake, according to district data. The Times requested an update of the school district'...
  • Fannie Mae offering cash incentives to some home buyers

    WASHINGTON — If you're planning to shop for a home in the next few weeks, here's an early spring buying season come-on that just might save you some money if you qualify. Fannie Mae, the largest mortgage investor in the country, has a bulging...
  • Existing Chicago-area home sales down 9% in January

    Existing Chicago-area home sales down 9% in January
    January sales of existing homes in the Chicago area failed to beat their year-ago comparisons for the first time in 2 1/2 years, but a recovery of local home values continued last month. The Illinois Association of Realtors reported Friday that 5,785...
  • Homer Glen survey finds 16 percent of trees to be ash

    Homer Glen survey finds 16 percent of trees to be ash
     Will this winter's subzero temperatures kill Homer Glen's green invaders? "It may postpone or delay some of the damage, but it's pretty unlikely that it's going to eradicate it," said Mark Duntemann, owner and consultant of Natural Path Urban Forestry,...
  • Southland home sales tumble in January, price increases slow

    Southland home sales tumble in January, price increases slow
    Southern California home prices in January posted their smallest year-over-year gain in more than a year, as the housing market showed signs of slowing. The median home price in the six-county Southland rose 18.4% from a year earlier to $380,000, the...
  • CBS Seeks $500,000 For Ad Slots In 'How I Met Your Mother' Finale

    Talk about an Eye-popping number: CBS has been seeking half a million dollars from advertisers who want to tuck a 30-second commercial alongside the March 31 series finale of "How I Met Your Mother," according to people familiar with the negotiations....
  • Southern California housing market loses momentum in January

    Southern California housing market loses momentum in January
    Southern California home buyers continue to turn their backs on an expensive market with few houses for sale. Home prices fell 3.8% in January compared with December, though the median price remained up sharply compared with January of last year,...
  • Norman J. Roppelt, champion duckpin bowler

    Norman J. Roppelt, champion duckpin bowler
    Norman J. Roppelt Sr., a champion duckpin bowler and softball player whose mastery of the Baltimore chop earned him membership in the Maryland Oldtimers Fastpitch Softball Association's Hall of Fame, died Jan. 16 of pneumonia at Hilton Head Hospital in...
  • Dominion bill kills possible credit for customers, critics say

    Dominion bill kills possible credit for customers, critics say
    RICHMOND — A bill talked up as a way of dealing with an accounting headache at Dominion Virginia Power could end up costing its customers hundreds of millions of dollars of potential credits, critics told a state Senate Commerce and Labor...
  • City goes real estate agent, pitching 'ecletic' surplus property

    City goes real estate agent, pitching 'ecletic' surplus property
    Like the sound of a Greek Revival mansion with an "amazing view"? Want to own a "piece of Baltimore history"? Willing to look beyond a "scarred exterior"? Baltimore Housing has launched a marketing campaign for a select group of so-called "eclectic"...