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  • Merchants line up to sue A-Treat

    Merchants line up to sue A-Treat
    A-Treat's attorney said Friday that the Allentown soda-maker has fielded "bonafide offers" from at least 10 parties interested in purchasing the company. Jerry Barr said A-Treat owner Tom Garvey, who has declined interview requests, would like the...
  • Gloucester, Mathews weekly crime log

    Gloucester In the 7700 block of Rob Lane A report of damaged property was received Feb. 23 from a residence which occurred between 2:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. Resident reported a tire cut on two different vehicles parked at the residence. A 12-pack of Bud...
  • Moving Out: $1M Horse Farm In Hebron

    Moving Out: $1M Horse Farm In Hebron
    Robin Malkasian couldn't believe her luck when she found a 12.5-acre plot of farm land in Hebron. It was 1994, when large tracts of undeveloped land were getting harder to find, she said. A horse enthusiast since childhood, Malkasian had long wanted to...
  • Winter Park candidates tackle new regulations for historic preservation

    Winter Park candidates tackle new regulations for historic preservation
    Is historic preservation about ensuring that the city’s oldest and most historically rich homes and businesses do not get demolished – or an effort to restrict private property rights? As the city of Winter Park moves forward with plans to...
  • Bruce Rauner turns to high-priced consultant for budget plan

    Bruce Rauner turns to high-priced consultant for budget plan
    When Gov. Bruce Rauner set out to craft the budget he'll propose Wednesday, he turned to a $30,000-a-month consultant with a history of helping Republican governors and a devotion to the supply-side economic theories popularized by Ronald Reagan. From...
  • Church Pays Almost $1M For Former Boy Scout Camp

    Church Pays Almost $1M For Former Boy Scout Camp
    A local church purchased a former Boy Scout camp and ranger house in Bozrah for $960,300, documents filed with the town show. The Revelation Church closed on the purchase of Camp Tadma on Tuesday. It had submitted the winning bid for the 340-acre...
  • Chinese developer buys site near Staples Center, plans to build condos

    Chinese developer buys site near Staples Center, plans to build condos
    Another developer from China has entered the downtown Los Angeles real estate market with the $26-million purchase of property near Staples Center where it intends to build condominiums. Shanghai-based Shenglong Group bought 1201 S. Grand Ave. from Rafi...
  • Newport, shopping center owner settle property dispute

    The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday approved a settlement with Lido Partners that ends a yearlong dispute over property access at the site of the former City Hall. Lido Partners, owner of Via Lido Plaza, claimed to have an easement that allowed...
  • Travelers Inn to be demolished to make way for Holiday Inn

    The Travelers Inn and the vacant Ozzie's Bar and Grill restaurant building behind it will be demolished to make way for Holiday Inn. Lakhani Hospitality, which owns the lots, already operates three Holiday Inn locations throughout the Chicagoland area....
  • Chicago homebuyers have fewer options, paying more

    Chicago homebuyers have fewer options, paying more
    A decline in the number of homes for sale in January meant yet another month of higher prices and decreased sales activity in the Chicago area. Existing-home sales in the nine-county Chicago area fell 5.2 percent from a year earlier, to 5,619 single-...
  • Newington Grand List 'Not Tremendous News'

    NEWINGTON -- The town's tax base barely grew in the last year, held back by successful assessment appeals and the state's exemption on taxation of new manufacturing equipment. "It's not tremendous news," Assessor S. Steven Juda said. The grand list, the...