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  • 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,...
  • L.A. councilman pushes for city to buy burned downtown building

    L.A. councilman pushes for city to buy burned downtown building
    A Los Angeles city councilman wants the city to explore purchasing the property of a downtown apartment building that was severely damaged in a fire last year, possibly to be used as parking. Part of the Da Vinci project, one of several downtown...
  • $6.5 million Metra station proposal tops 2014 'Year in Review'

    $6.5 million Metra station proposal tops 2014 'Year in Review'
    As 2014 comes to an end, the Lake Forester looks back at the biggest stories we reported on this year. Proposal to make Metra station safer stalls without funding A city report specifying exactly how much money would be required to upgrade the West Lake...
  • Suspect in Slate Belt home invasion convicted of all charges

    Suspect in Slate Belt home invasion convicted of all charges
    April 29 started for Steven L. Tomino like every other day: The Wilson man said he woke up needing heroin, and went to his drug dealer to score his fix. His dealer knew a guy who needed a ride up north. I'll throw in a couple of extra bags of drugs for...
  • Investor homebuying cools in South Florida

    Investor homebuying cools in South Florida
    When home prices hit bottom in 2012, large investment firms targeted South Florida, but a new report shows the bargain-hunting eventually trailed off. Institutional investors gobbled up 5,404 Broward properties over the past two years, the 11th most...
  • A year later, proposed Boynton park still not a reality

    A year later, proposed Boynton park still not a reality
    Since July 2013, Boynton Beach Commissioner Mike Fitzpatrick has been pushing for the city to buy 4.5 acres of county land near Lake Ida so that it can be opened as a passive park for the public. More than a year later, amid complaints from some...
  • 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...
  • Steps to take before buying a home in 2015

    Buying a home probably isn't a New Year's resolution the way that getting in shape or getting organized is. But with interest rates low, credit easing, home price gains moderating and rents rising, purchasing a first home this year may be easier to attain...
  • Where can you afford to live?

    Where can you afford to live?
    Do you make enough money to be able to afford a home? Apparently, that can depend on where you live. Mortgage data company HSH Associates regularly stirs together local data (property taxes, sales prices, mortgage interest rates, down payments,...
  • For sale: Palmer Park Mall

    The Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust hopes to unload the Palmer Park Mall in 2015. Joseph Coradino, CEO of the Philadelphia-based mall owner and operator listed the Palmer Township mall on a list of five shopping centers the investment trust...
  • Trinity College Closes Deal For Downtown Hartford Campus

    Trinity College Closes Deal For Downtown Hartford Campus
    HARTFORD — Trinity College has completed a $2 million purchase of the former Travelers Education Center on Constitution Plaza, the first step in its plans to expand its campus into downtown Hartford. "We're excited about the Constitution Plaza...