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  • More pipelines the next phase of Marcellus Shale drilling boom

    The Marcellus Shale is growing up, and the growing pains aren't over. After years of cautionary comments that the natural gas drilling boom was in its infancy, the industry is showing signs of moving to a different stage. With more than 8,000 shale...
  • Beware the perils of buying a house for family members

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I bought a house in California for my parents and siblings in 2008, with the notion that one of them would take over the house payments and refinance the mortgage within a year or two. At the one year mark I left...
  • Diversity reigns supreme at Kingfish

    When your 11-year-old restaurant continues to garner accolades, including favorite place for seafood in Lehigh Valley Style's Decadent Dish Awards (2013), you know you're doing something right. This is the case for the Beck family, who has operated...
  • Moore Township saves farm from development

    Moore Township saves farm from development
    Moore Township supervisors have saved Sunny Slope Farm from a developer's shovel. Moore secretary-treasurer Richard Gable said the township's $850,000 purchase of the 40-acre farm at Beersville Road and Grouse Drive can be considered for Northampton...
  • Movie exec Ashok Amritraj sells tennis court estate

    Movie exec Ashok Amritraj sells tennis court estate
    Ashok Amritraj, the former tennis pro turned Hollywood producer, has sold a home in the Encino/Sherman Oaks area for $1.675 million. The Hyde Park Entertainment chief executive put the tennis court estate on the market earlier this year after buying...
  • Pot farmers in Washington driving bumpy road to market

    SEATTLE The pistils, or white strands that mark the blooming of marijuana flowers, have turned amber, the color of money to the pot farmers inside a Seattle warehouse. It's time for the first harvest of "West Seattle Kush" by AuricAG, one of the...
  • Pilots make second bid to save Braden, as developer waits in the wings

    A group of pilots who hope to keep Braden Airpark open have offered to buy the Forks Township airfield for a second time. But if their proposal doesn't take flight, property developer J.G. Petrucci Co. has lined up behind them with a plan to buy the land...
  • Move-up sales buoy market

     Move-up sales buoy market
    The median price for a single-family home in Burbank continued to climb last month, but the median price for a condominium slid, according to the latest real estate report. The median price for a home was $598,750 in June 2013, compared to $653,500 last...
  • Towson's new theater protects a somber link to town's past

    Towson's new theater protects a somber link to town's past
    Towson's brand-new movie palace comes with all the accouterments of modern filmgoing: 15 tiered auditoriums, floor-to-ceiling screens, leather seats, even a choice of wines. But the Cinemark theater, which opened July 10, also offers guests an...
  • China's Hangzhou city eases home purchase restrictions

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hangzhou, one of the cities in China most deeply affected by an oversupply of housing and weakening property prices, has announced fresh moves to ease home purchase restrictions, following similar steps taken by other city...
  • Clermont mayoral candidate Rick VanWagner faces financial meltdown in foreclosures

    Clermont mayoral candidate Rick VanWagner faces financial meltdown in foreclosures
    First of two parts. Clermont is at a crossroads, the result of a big change in its demographics. Which way should it go? Some folks want the city to turn back to its roots — provide basic services at decent prices and skip the frills. That's the...