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  • Top NBA pick Andrew Wiggins finds his No. 1 spot in Minnesota

    Andrew Wiggins, made the top overall pick in this year's NBA draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers only to be dealt to the Minnesota Timberwolves in a package for Kevin Love in a span of two months, has settled into his new surroundings, buying a home in...
  • New interest emerging in South Shore Dominick's?

    New interest emerging in South Shore Dominick's?
    Even as the city on Tuesday got the OK to start taking control of a shuttered Dominick’s in hopes of finding a tenant, the owner of the South Shore property said he has a letter of intent from a new operator. At a hearing before the Community...
  • Hollywood may pay $4.8 million for homeless shelter, related properties

    Hollywood may pay $4.8 million for homeless shelter, related properties
    City Hall has finally found a way to help a much-loathed homeless shelter get out of town: Buy it. If the deal goes through, Hollywood will pay $4.8 million for all properties within the city limits owned by shelter founder Sean Cononie and his...
  • Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot

    Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot
    Tinley Park trustees approved the $240,000 purchase of a lot outside the town's convention center, which they said would cost less than making changes if the property is later redeveloped. Trustee Dave Seaman introduced a resolution authorizing a real...
  • City's tax sale foreclosure process must be reformed

    City's tax sale foreclosure process must be reformed
    In Baltimore City, a homeowner can lose her home through tax sale foreclosure for as little as $250 in delinquent property taxes or $350 in delinquent water bills. Unlike a mortgage foreclosure, a homeowner generally receives no compensation for loss of...
  • Lady Gaga buys $23-million Malibu estate with stables, bowling alley

    Lady Gaga buys $23-million Malibu estate with stables, bowling alley
    Lady Gaga has shelled out $23 million to bowl in Malibu. Set on an ocean-view six acres, the gated Mediterranean-style villa she hooked was built in 2005 and features open-concept living and dining rooms, high ceilings with exposed beams, numerous...
  • TRI Pointe expands far beyond its home base

    TRI Pointe expands far beyond its home base
    Starting a home-building company during a recession and housing market meltdown might seem like a bad idea. But not to three longtime executives at William Lyon Homes of Newport Beach. TRI Pointe Homes Inc. was the result. "When you are going to start...
  • Tabani Group wants to expand Peninsula Town Center

    Tabani Group wants to expand Peninsula Town Center
    The new owner of Hampton's largest mixed-use development plans to build town homes and more apartments on portions of the property that were never developed by the original owner. The construction is a part of a plan to bring renewed energy to Peninsula...
  • Curtain call, Mideast and vote: Letters

    Curtain call, Mideast and vote: Letters
    Unfortunate curtain call Twenty-five years ago, Theatre Downtown moved into an empty store on a forgotten street in a part of town nobody wanted. People came to "walk on the wild side" for a night. They found thought-provoking plays and came again....
  • Southern Illinois residents rally, wait for fracking

    Southern Illinois residents rally, wait for fracking
    Wayne Woolsey, an oilman since 1958, says he has core samples pulled from deep below the shale rock here that "look awful promising," comparable to what has been found elsewhere in the country where fracking has brought plentiful jobs and enriched land...
  • Mega development Minto West's flood-control abilities questioned

    Mega development Minto West's flood-control abilities questioned
    Two years ago, Tropical Storm Isaac's soaking rains flooded western roads, closed Loxahatchee-area schools for days and turned dozens of rural homes into islands. Now Minto West developers are promising flood-control improvements to help correct decades...