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  • Connecticut Home Sales Jump 9% In February

    Connecticut Home Sales Jump 9% In February
    Home sales in Connecticut surged more than 9 percent in February compared with a year ago, a new report Tuesday shows, far stronger than the activity reported for the Hartford area alone. Statewide sales of single-family homes rose to 1,532, compared...
  • Elgin City Council candidates say economic issues shape their campaigns

    When it comes to the central issues driving their campaigns, Elgin City Council candidates offer a range of concerns — with most focusing on economic matters — when asked, "What do you see as the main issue driving your campaign?"...
  • 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...
  • Casselberry moving ahead to buy golf course for $2.2 million

    Casselberry moving ahead to buy golf course for $2.2 million
    CASSELBERRY --City commissioners Monday agreed to purchase the long-struggling Casselberry Golf Club for $2.2 million and likely have the city's parks and recreation department maintain and operate the golf course. Casselberry city leaders said they...
  • Popular Filipino chain eatery approved for Skokie

    Jollibee, the largest restaurant chain in the Philippines and with more than 30 eateries on the West Coast, is now officially coming to Skokie. The Skokie Village Board March 16 approved multiple measures that clear the way for Jollibee to come to the...
  • More tech industry buyers are snapping up L.A. real estate

    More tech industry buyers are snapping up L.A. real estate
    Tech moguls looking to buy a trophy home have long turned to Southern California. Billionaire Larry Ellison has become almost legendary for purchasing prized beachfront Malibu properties. Amazon.com's Jeff Bezos spent $24.5 million for a Beverly Hills...
  • Can You Be Perky On The Phone All Day? Insuritas Has A Job For You

    Can You Be Perky On The Phone All Day? Insuritas Has A Job For You
    EAST WINDSOR — Insuritas founder Jeff Chesky puts a hand to his head in mock agony when he recalls how some people tell him: "You're an overnight sensation." Insuritas is an insurance agency that partners with small banks and credit unions to sell...
  • Agricultural Reserve farmers say building limits too restrictive

    Agricultural Reserve farmers say building limits too restrictive
    Palm Beach County's Agricultural Reserve is supposed to be a place where bell peppers, tomatoes and new neighborhoods all have room to grow. But a group of farmers and nursery operators say Palm Beach County's building limits on the farmland west of...
  • Office Depot-Staples merger could affect real estate market

    Office Depot-Staples merger could affect real estate market
    Former Office Depot CEO Steve Odland had a grand plan for a global headquarters in 2006. Two years later, employees moved into a majestic building rising above Military Trail at Clint Moore Road in Boca Raton that overlooks a golf course. Seven years...
  • Surge In Home Deposits Could Aid Spring Buying Season

    Home sales in the Hartford area barely registered a gain in February, but a double-digit surge in residential properties under deposit could bode well for the spring home-buying season, a report out Thursday shows. Pending sales of single-family houses...
  • Developing Tinley Park Mental Health Center property poses challenges: Report

    Developing Tinley Park Mental Health Center property poses challenges: Report
    Redeveloping the vacant Tinley Park Mental Health Center property presents the opportunity to undertake the biggest master planning and development project in the entire southwest suburban area, but the obstacles are many and mighty, according to a new...