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  • Tech Center land values grow in Newport News after rezoning

    Tech Center land values grow in Newport News after rezoning
    It was the highest-profile piece of undeveloped land in the city — and the value of the 44 acres at the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Oyster Point Road has plunged and soared with developer John R. Lawson's ability to negotiate a good price —...
  • Need massive space? Former Pines postal facility up for sale

    The cavernous U.S. Postal Service distribution center here buzzed with activity for nearly two decades. Then the Internet choked off business and the operation moved two years ago to Miami-Dade County as part of a nationwide cost-cutting effort. Now...
  • Final sale for shuttered Lincoln Mall

    Final sale for shuttered Lincoln Mall
    It has been closed for more than a month, but Lincoln Mall's final sale is yet to occur. A Cook County judge on Thursday approved a plan by the Matteson mall's receiver to sell anything of value still in the building, including benches, storefronts...
  • Cubs owner pays $3 million for two rooftop apartment buildings

    Cubs owner pays $3 million for two rooftop apartment buildings
    The Ricketts family, owner of the Chicago Cubs, paid $3 million for two apartment buildings overlooking Wrigley Field that have rooftop businesses, according to Cook County property records. The properties were sold by George Loukas, who owns the...
  • Neighbors: Vacant home Vanilla Ice is accused of burglarizing 'is an eyesore'

    Neighbors: Vacant home Vanilla Ice is accused of burglarizing 'is an eyesore'
    No one has lived in the home at the center of controversy involving '90s rapper Vanilla Ice since 2008, according to neighbors, and it's been a neighborhood black eye for years. Now it's gained notoriety as the home from which Vanilla Ice, whose real...
  • Around Town: Fire Department honors exemplary service

    Around Town: Fire Department honors exemplary service
    The Huntington Beach Fire Department recognized several of its own during its fifth annual awards ceremony to honor exemplary actions. Mayor Jill Hardy joined Fire Chief Patrick McIntosh and Marine Safety Chief Mike Baumgartner at last month's ceremony....
  • Da Vinci Science Center and author renew partnership and other company news

    Science center and author renew partnership The Da Vinci Science Center has extended its partnership with Michael J. Gelb, author of "How to Think Like Leonardo: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day," the center recently announced. The new 10-year...
  • Avon's Grand List Shows Modest Growth

    Avon's Grand List Shows Modest Growth
    AVON — The grand list of taxable property showed modest growth last year, with some new home construction giving it a boost. Assessor Harry DerAsadourian said the list totals $2.58 billion. That is $19.8 million more than the year before, or an...
  • Canton Grand List Records Slight Growth

    Canton Grand List Records Slight Growth
    CANTON — The grand list of taxable property for grew slightly in 2014, mostly from new home construction, town officials said. Assessor Harry DerAsadourian said the list totals $1.1 billion, $6.7 million more than the previous year, or an...
  • Two challengers to New Lenox mayor

    Three men have their sights set on the mayor's office in New Lenox in the April 7 village election. In his bid for a third term, Mayor Tim Baldermann faces two opponents — a young newcomer, Andrew Englebrecht, and a familiar face, Ron Sly, the...
  • City to take earlier, more aggressive approach to abandoned houses

    City to take earlier, more aggressive approach to abandoned houses
    Past the manicured lawns and tidy red brick rowhomes along Stonewood Road in Baltimore's New Northwood neighborhood sits one house that shows the ravages of years of neglect. A faded and weathered garland from two, perhaps three, Christmases gone by...