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  • Future of Bozrah's Camp Tadma On The Auction Block

      Future of Bozrah's Camp Tadma On The Auction Block
    BOZRAH — Generations of Boy Scouts pitched their tents and explored the woods at Camp Tadma, and now that the property is up for auction, conservationists see a rare opportunity to preserve a prime slice of the state's wilderness. Those...
  • More owners tapping home equity lines of credit

    More owners tapping home equity lines of credit
    If you're thinking about taking out a home equity line, you're hardly alone. Credit lines tied to home equity — popularly known as HELOCs — are one of the fastest-growing segments in the mortgage market. Volume during the first half of 2014 is...
  • The Express-Times building in Easton has been sold

    The Express-Times building in Easton has been sold
    The Express-Times of Easton says its historic North Fourth Street headquarters has been sold to a Bethlehem developer. The newspaper reported on its lehighvalleylive.com website Saturday that an executive with its parent company, Penn Jersey Advance,...
  • Could Emmaus Borough Hall be relocating?

    Could Emmaus Borough Hall be relocating?
    Emmaus Borough officials are considering moving all borough operations to the former Rodale Inc. building on East Minor Street and selling Borough Hall and the adjacent police department headquarters. The borough announced Tuesday that it is...
  • Consumer advocate focuses his energies on revamping Prop. 13

    Lenny Goldberg has been trying to revamp Proposition 13 for nearly 40 years. And for nearly 40 years, California's landmark property-tax law has remained unchanged. Goldberg's self-described success rate: "pretty miserable." But he says that with a...
  • 'Minecraft' creator Markus Persson buys $70-million mansion

    'Minecraft' creator Markus Persson buys $70-million mansion
    The L.A. area's unusually hot ultra-luxury real estate market ended 2014 with yet another mega-sale. Swedish video-game billionaire Markus Persson bought a Beverly Hills mansion built by handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky for $70 million. Although the...
  • Long history of racial tension set the stage for Ferguson protests

    Long history of racial tension set the stage for Ferguson protests
    As Dorothy Kaiser rides down the main streets of Ferguson, the town unfolds before her like a diary. This neighborhood is newer; that one is older; she raised her children in this house, and grew up in that one herself. As far as anyone can tell, she...
  • Lauderdale commissioners approve demolition of 1918 home

    Lauderdale commissioners approve demolition of 1918 home
    A 1918 home once considered a key part of the city's Sailboat Bend Historic District isn't that historic after all, commissioners decided Tuesday as they approved plans for its demolition. However, they said adequate precautions must be taken so that the...
  • Margate closer to long-anticipated development project

    Margate closer to long-anticipated development project
    On an empty parcel of land that once housed a mobile home park, an apartment project is expected to be built this year after a lengthy delay. "In the next three to six months, I would hope to see something coming out of the ground," said Benjamin Ziskal,...
  • Mortgage money, better selection of homes to ring in new year

    Mortgage money, better selection of homes to ring in new year
    South Florida home prices soared from 2000 to 2005, then plunged during the next six years before quickly bouncing off the bottom. But the market's mood swings appear to be over, analysts say. Housing settled into a more reliable investment in 2014,...
  • Legal feud among Martin Luther King's children on display in court

    Legal feud among Martin Luther King's children on display in court
    A family feud among the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s children was on display in an Atlanta courtroom Tuesday as his heirs sparred over who owns his personal Bible and Nobel Peace Prize medal. Martin Luther King III and Dexter Scott King want to...