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  • Winter Park will purchase, raze former Booby Trap adult club

    Winter Park will purchase, raze former Booby Trap adult club
    The former Booby Trap on Lee Road is not long for this world. The Winter Park City Commission voted unanimously at its Monday meeting to purchase the structure — and added an amendment to raze it immediately. The owner of the breast-shaped...
  • Smithfield shopping center up for sale

    Smithfield shopping center up for sale
    The Cypress Run Plaza shopping center in Smithfield is up for sale, according to an online listing. The 25,000-square-foot retail center sits at 13400 Benns Church Boulevard and includes Tokyo Thai, Hometown Rentals, Wells Fargo and several other retail...
  • Biz News: VW dealership to host toy drive

    Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore at 20 Auto Center Drive in Irvine will be collecting new, unwrapped toys Monday through Dec. 31 for the Orange County Ronald McDonald House, which provides temporary residence for families with children being treated at...
  • Lower Macungie's $3M turf project has commissioner support

    Lower Macungie's $3M turf project has commissioner support
    Lower Macungie commissioners appear poised to include in next year's budget a $3.3 million Quarry Park improvement project that has rankled some who say it's too costly and would benefit a relatively small number of township residents. Commissioners...
  • Developers riding 606 trail deeper into Northwest Side

    Developers riding 606 trail deeper into Northwest Side
    Along portions of Chicago's 606 trail, it's hard to tell the construction workers from the construction workers. Some are working on the much-anticipated, elevated recreation space along Bloomingdale Avenue expected to open in June. Others are...
  • 3 questions: Where Newport Beach City Council candidates stand on the issues

    Newport Beach City Council One incumbent and seven challengers are running for four spots on the seven-member council. The Daily Pilot asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) Within the last two years, which City Council decision do you...
  • Agents, lenders fill niche as Chinese money floods housing market

    Agents, lenders fill niche as Chinese money floods housing market
    When Alisha Chen first got into real estate 10 years ago, she didn't really plan on becoming a gatekeeper for a global housing market. But a housing crash and a flood of Chinese money later, she's part of a growing cottage industry of real estate...
  • Mayo: Where does lottery money go? Here's your answer

    Mayo: Where does lottery money go? Here's your answer
    “Why do schools need more money? What happened to all that gambling dough supposedly going toward education? Where does all that lottery and slots money go?” With an $800 million school bond measure that would hike property taxes on the...
  • Specialty foods firm to relocate to Des Plaines

    Specialty foods firm to relocate to Des Plaines
    Some of Chicago's most famous restaurants will soon receive artisanal meats, truffles and mushrooms from a warehouse on Rawls Road in Des Plaines. D'Artagnan, a New Jersey-based company that specializes in providing high-end restaurants with...
  • Jennifer Lawrence satisfies a hunger for a house

    Jennifer Lawrence satisfies a hunger for a house
    Actress Jennifer Lawrence of "The Hunger Games" films has bought a house in Beverly Crest for $8.225 million. Among recent owners is singer and television personality Jessica Simpson, who handed it off a year ago to the current seller, billionaire...
  • East Hampton Committee Favors Route 66 Parcel For Police Station

    EAST HAMPTON — A site selection committee has ruled out the old Center School in the village center as a location for a new police station in favor of a property along Route 66 owned by prominent local developer Wayne Rand. The town facilities...