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  • Our Song: 'We're Gonna Make It After All'

     Our Song: 'We're Gonna Make It After All'
    Can you turn the world on with your smile? Can you take day a nothing day and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile? Have you already started singing the theme song to "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in your head? Out loud? If you're a woman around my...
  • Bristol Demolishes Rose Street Property In Campaign Against Blight

    BRISTOL — The city continued its campaign against blighted properties Friday as it tore down a building at 41 Rose St. It was the eighth property to be taken down to address blight since Mayor Ken Cockayne took office, according to Chief Building...
  • Florida Community Bank files IPO

    Florida Community Bank files IPO
    The parent company of Weston-based Florida Community Bank, wants to sell stock to help the bank grow and make more loans. FCB Financial Holdings' Initial Public Offering or stock market launch could raise $150 million to further fuel the growth of...
  • Choosing to be unbanked

    Access to a bank account is a liberty enjoyed by many Americans. People can freely choose whether to allocate the money necessary to have an account. If they don't want to pay or cannot pay the going price for having a bank account, they don't. It's...
  • Robert M.S. Menzies, banker

    Robert M.S. Menzies, banker
    Robert M.S. Menzies Sr., president and CEO of Easton Bank and Trust Co. and a civic leader, died Tuesday of multiple myeloma at his Easton home. He was 67. The son of John T. Menzies Jr., former president of Crosse & Blackwell, and Priscilla Fuller...
  • Lutherville home has traditional base, modern add-ons

    Lutherville home has traditional base, modern add-ons
    In the Lutherville development of Mayfair, 1 Seaberry Court is a traditional Colonial-style home. The interior, however, is designed for a modern, minimalist lifestyle. "This home has a current, versatile [floor plan] that features an open design in the...
  • Serial identity thief testifies about bizarre plot but jury doesn't buy his tale

    Serial identity thief testifies about bizarre plot but jury doesn't buy his tale
    The last time that Jeffrey Groover gave sworn testimony, he got a day pass from federal prison to lecture a U.S. Senate committee on how to stop convicted identity thieves like him from committing crimes. But the South Florida man apparently paid no...
  • Gibson Island home offers waterfront views from every room

    Gibson Island home offers waterfront views from every room
    One of the finest waterfront properties on Gibson Island in Anne Arundel County is the contemporary three-story stucco home at 1621 St. Giles Road. "[The house] is just stunning, with sweeping views across Otter Pond and all the way to the Chesapeake...
  • Gabriel Brener sells former Walt Disney property for $74 million

    Gabriel Brener sells former Walt Disney property for $74 million
    Investor and pro soccer team owner Gabriel Brener has sold the former Walt Disney property on L.A.'s Westside for $74 million. The 35,000-square-foot mansion that sits on the 3.6-acre site today was built in 2001, several years after Brener bought the...
  • In historic step, ECB pushes bank deposit interest rate below zero

    In historic step, ECB pushes bank deposit interest rate below zero
    In a bid to spur growth and avert the dangerous threat of deflation bedeviling the sluggish Eurozone economy, the European Central Bank cut its benchmark interest rate to a record low and took the unprecedented step of lowering the bank deposit rate below...
  • Help for stashing your cash

    Searching for a place to stash cash is frustrating. You could put the money in a savings account and earn virtually nothing. You could put it in a money market fund and suffer the same fate. You could select a short-term bond fund, but you will get...