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  • Columbus starts to see results from anti-blight program

    Officials in Columbus say they're starting to see results from a land bank program aimed at reducing neighborhood blight. The city has taken possession of nearly 1,000 properties, most containing homes and condominiums, since it began the program three...
  • North Carolina editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers: March 25 Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer, on property tax credit and restoring historic properties: A state tax credit that for years helped raise historic properties from the dead may itself...
  • Aurora may sell Fox Valley Golf Course

    Aurora may sell Fox Valley Golf Course
    A Michigan-based development company wants to buy the Fox Valley Golf Course and turn it into a site for senior citizen housing. Odawa Development, LLC, has offered to purchase the 106-acre golf course and banquet facility at 2500 North River Road...
  • 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?"...
  • Palm Beach County agrees to consider easing Ag Reserve building limits

    Palm Beach County agrees to consider easing Ag Reserve building limits
    More businesses could spread to farmland and landscape nurseries would get new development options under proposals to ease building limits in Palm Beach County's Agricultural Reserve. The County Commission, after a year of consideration, Tuesday agreed...
  • 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...
  • Gov. Rauner tells Chicago studio to return $10 million grant

    Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has ordered a Chicago TV and movie studio to return a $10 million state grant awarded by his predecessor, Pat Quinn. Rauner's order comes after a Chicago Sun-Times (http://bit.ly/1NbcQBo ) report that the grant was awarded to...
  • Quirky Twitter account helps sell Mount Prospect house

    Quirky Twitter account helps sell Mount Prospect house
    There's a cottage industry out there of authors penning books on how to sell a home. Search the phrase "selling your house" on Amazon and more than 2,600 book results pop up. Rich Burghgraef didn't read a book, but he did hire real estate agents. In...
  • NC law letting DOT freeze property for years without paying

    North Carolina lawmakers are debating whether to junk a state law that can block property owners from improving their land for decades if the state Department of Transportation designates it as a possible route for a future highway. The legislation...
  • Muncie officials hold out hope for plant dormant since 2009

    A half-mile long and more than a million square feet in size, the onetime jewel in Muncie's manufacturing crown is tarnished these days. Empty since 2009, BorgWarner Automotive is a fading landmark along Kilgore Avenue. Most of its many windows are...
  • DLP Realty gives employees tools to prosper

    DLP Realty gives employees tools to prosper
    For a while, real estate agent Chris Young thought he'd never find the right home — for his ambitions. Some agencies were too small. Some left him light on income. Then, five years ago, he found the answer to his workplace dreams in an ad on...