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  • 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...
  • Two Guns Espresso opens a kiosk in downtown L.A.

    Two Guns Espresso opens a kiosk in downtown L.A.
    Two Guns Espresso, one of the best specialty coffee shops in the South Bay, and certainly one of the best places in town for a flat white, opened in the Financial District of downtown on Monday, in a small walk-up kiosk in the plaza of the Figueroa at...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Home sales soar in Palm Beach, Broward counties

    Home sales soar in Palm Beach, Broward counties
    Here's the thing with spring: It's prime time for selling homes. Palm Beach County totaled 1,687 sales of existing single-family homes last month, a 38 percent increase from March 2014, the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches said Wednesday. It...
  • Crestwood voters back village sales tax

    Crestwood voters back village sales tax
    After soundly rejecting a plan last fall to give village officials home rule power and greater ability to levy taxes and fees, Crestwood voters on Tuesday supported enacting a 1 percent local sales tax. With 9 of 10 precincts reporting, 66.4 percent...
  • Baltimore County nixes Loch Raven school property as salt dome site

    Baltimore County nixes Loch Raven school property as salt dome site
    After Loch Raven Village residents mobilized a campaign opposing plans to put a road salt storage dome at a neighborhood school, Baltimore County officials have backed away from the proposal. Dozens of Loch Raven Village residents dressed in red...
  • Budget Remans Same At Annual Farmington Town Meeting

    FARMINGTON — Because of a low turnout, no changes were made to the proposed 2015-16 budget Monday, as about 40 people attended the annual town meeting. Changes could only be made to the budget if the meeting was attended by more than 300, Town...
  • While stronger economy helps Peninsula tax rates, many fees are rising

    While stronger economy helps Peninsula tax rates, many fees are rising
    By and large, the big bill from local governments — the real estate tax — isn't going up, but plenty of the smaller IOUs that cities and counties demand are. Water, sewer and trash rates are rising for many Peninsula residents, if city...