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  • 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"...
  • Iran nuclear talks have 'hit a wall,' French foreign minister says

    Iran nuclear talks have 'hit a wall,' French foreign minister says
    France's foreign minister said Iran and world powers have "hit a wall" in nuclear negotiations over how much sensitive equipment Tehran would be permitted to keep under a comprehensive deal. As U.S. and Iranian negotiators concluded a second day of...
  • TV Networks, Advertisers Ready For Upfront Scrimmage Over NFL Games

    The kickoff to the National Football League's 2014-2015 season is weeks away, but already two heady competitors are taking to the field for what looks to be an intense match. Advertisers and TV networks have differing opinions over the value of NFL...
  • Time Warner's Turner Seeks Upfront Price Hikes In Line With NBC's

    Now that broadcast networks have begun to write business in TV's annual "upfront" market, cable players are preparing to join the fray. Executives at Time Warner's Turner suite of cable networks believe there's an opportunity for volume gains in the 2014...
  • Garden Walk at Cressman's offers inspired lawn ideas

    Gather premium plants and inspiration on how to arrange them at Bethlehem's Garden Walk at Cressman's. The nursery, garden center and gift shop at 2349 Linden St. (former Moose & Bug Florist) features two greenhouses (one to open next year) and an...
  • Strawberry expert at center of battle over fruit's future

    Strawberry expert at center of battle over fruit's future
    On an ocean-facing hillside with stunning views of Monterey Bay, Douglas Shaw circulates among thousands of strawberry plants he has helped to breed and grow. But the man who is considered California's most esteemed strawberry expert declines to choose...
  • Santa Monica will have earthquake engineers identify older buildings

    Santa Monica will have earthquake engineers identify older buildings
    Santa Monica on Tuesday took a significant step in boosting seismic safety by agreeing to hire a top earthquake engineering firm to help the city identify older buildings potentially at risk of collapse in a major temblor.   The City Council...
  • L.A. council orders inventory of earthquake-vulnerable apartments

    L.A. council orders inventory of earthquake-vulnerable apartments
    The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday took the most sweeping action on earthquake safety in nearly three decades, instructing building officials to find and catalog apartment buildings vulnerable to collapse in a major temblor. The survey would...