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  • Allentown arena zone raked in $50 million in 2013

    A $500 million downtown construction boom helped Allentown's arena tax zone produce more than $50 million in state and local taxes last year, with $16.6 million going directly to the private developers doing most of the building. The tax tally is a...
  • Arizona home builder Taylor Morrison to buy coastal O.C. land

    Arizona home builder Taylor Morrison to buy coastal O.C. land
    Arizona home builder Taylor Morrison Home Corp. has agreed to buy a swath of coastal Orange County land, kick-starting a long-stalled development that fell victim to the recession. The builder, in a deal announced late Tuesday, said it would buy...
  • Newport plant registers cancer risk reading

    Newport plant registers cancer risk reading
    A metal finishing facility in Newport Beach poses an "unacceptably high" cancer risk to its neighbors and should curtail its emissions as soon as possible, state air quality officials said Tuesday. The agency said it will ask its independent hearing...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Home Builders & Remodelers Association Of Central Connecticut Recognizes Students

    The Home Builders & Remodelers Association (HBRA) of Central Connecticut held the 66th Annual Student Design Competition at the Connecticut Home and Remodeling Show at the Connecticut Convention Center on Feb. 28 through March 2. Entering were 96...
  • After downturn, Palm Beach County development requests surge

    After downturn, Palm Beach County development requests surge
    Palm Beach County's revived development boom is gaining steam, targeting farmland that could be transformed into new neighborhoods, shopping centers and even a baseball stadium. The 5,051 building permits issued for new homes in 2013 were nearly four...
  • Australia central bank holds rates, policy to stay accommodative

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's central bank kept rates at record lows on Tuesday, saying policy would remain stimulative in order to boost demand and offset the drag from a cooling mining boom. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) conceded that...
  • Australia home prices jump 2.3 percent in March: RPData

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Home prices across Australia's major cities jumped by 2.3 percent in March while gains became more broad-based, a strong result that will fan concerns speculative buying is running too hot for policy makers' comfort. Figures from...
  • Kevin Murphy Resigns From Berlin Council; Named As Judge

    BERLIN — Kevin Murphy, who was elected to town council in November, is resigning because he's been nominated as a Superior Court judge. Murphy's last council meeting will be April 1. His resignation is effective April 3. "I've really enjoyed my...
  • Short on time, man seeks home for dad's beloved boat

    Short on time, man seeks home for dad's beloved boat
    In the days he has remaining, Arthur Ray Brown has but one wish: to find a home for the unfinished wooden sailboat his father lovingly began crafting by hand six decades ago. "It means a lot to my heart. I'd like to see a good person get it before I go,"...
  • Community asked to give thoughts on residential-based group homes

    Community asked to give thoughts on residential-based group homes
    Burbank residents are being asked to weigh in on the city’s housing element at two meetings slated for next week, one of which will include a City Council discussion on implementing a moratorium on certain development permits, with the idea being to...
  • Two-year construction project on I-95 in Baltimore to begin Sunday

    Two-year construction project on I-95 in Baltimore to begin Sunday
    A major construction project on Interstate 95, set to begin Sunday, will impact traffic in Baltimore for the next two years — shifting and narrowing lanes and forcing ramp closures and detours. The $66 million project to remove and replace the...