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  • Broadkill beach fill begins: Pushing back time and tide

    A new public beach Chapter 1 Broadkill Beach north of Lewes is about to get an estimated $30 million gift from federal taxpayers that leaders of the sleepy bayside community have sought for decades: a massive infusion of sand creating a beach in...
  • Taxes would rise across all income levels under Gov. Tom Wolf's budget, report says

    Taxes would rise across all income levels under Gov. Tom Wolf's budget, report says
    HARRISBURG — Since he unveiled his budget proposal last month, Gov. Tom Wolf has said middle-class families can expect more spending power due to tax cuts they would receive. "Overall, my budget will reduce the average homeowner's property taxes by...
  • Connecticut May Drop Mandatory Uninsured Motorist Coverage, Making Policies Cheaper

    HARTFORD — When your auto insurance policy renewal date comes up in 2016, you might be able to save about $75 a year. No, this is not a Geico or Progressive ad. This is the potential outcome of negotiations in the General Assembly on how the...
  • Delray to discuss eliminating left turns on section of Atlantic Avenue

    Delray to discuss eliminating left turns on section of Atlantic Avenue
    Making a left turn on Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach could soon be illegal — again. Tuesday, commissioners will discuss prohibiting left turns on both eastbound and westbound Atlantic Avenue between Northeast First and Northeast Fourth...
  • Huntington may sell Rodgers senior center site for housing

    The Huntington Beach City Council is leaning toward selling the Rodgers Seniors' Center and allowing houses to be built in its place. A majority of council members told city staff during a study session Monday that they would be interested in putting...
  • Developers scale back plans for Galleria redevelopment

    Developers scale back plans for Galleria redevelopment
    After hearing concerns from residents, the developers of a $1 billion complex around the Galleria mall have scaled back their plans. The original plan presented last fall by Galleria owner Keystone-Florida Property Holding Corp. outlined seven buildings...
  • Newington Woman Sentenced In Mortgage Scheme

    HARTFORD — A Newington woman accused in a mortgage fraud conspiracy was sentenced on Thursday to 21/2 years in prison and five years of supervised release, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Malgorzata Karas-Golka, 46, also was ordered to pay...
  • Sears leans on real estate values again to generate cash

    Sears leans on real estate values again to generate cash
    Sears announced its second deal this month intended to extract value from its sizeable real estate holdings as the retailer struggles to offset falling sales. Sears will contribute 10 properties valued at $228 million to a joint venture with the mall...
  • Antiques appraiser shows how to 'Turn Your Dusty Attic into $$$'

    Antiques appraiser shows how to 'Turn Your Dusty Attic into $$$'
    The most interesting antique to professional appraiser Karl Gates is the crystal skull seen in the 2008 movie "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." "I appraised it before the movie and it was worth $12,000. Of course, it became more...
  • 'Mini-mansion' dating to 1896 housed police station, as well as residents

    PITTSBURGH Kathleen Klobucher was looking for a duplex that she could live in forever when her real estate agent called her and said, "I found a great house for you. Meet me there right away." She hopped in her car and high-tailed it over to 202 N....
  • Bella Collina feud blocks real-estate broker

    Bella Collina feud blocks real-estate broker
    A feud over a community's name has driven developers to ban Windermere real-estate broker Irma Yapor from entering the exclusive Bella Collina country-club development in southeast Lake County. The clash started with Yapor's use of the name Bella...