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  • Tax breaks come back to bite Baltimore

    Tax breaks come back to bite Baltimore
    Back during the first wave of Big John absurdity — huge property tax breaks for politically influential developers of commercial real estate in Baltimore — I made jokes about it. I thought it was ridiculously funny. It was also outrageous. But...
  • Vacant Fashion Mall to be auctioned

    Vacant Fashion Mall to be auctioned
    Long-vacant Fashion Mall in Plantation will be auctioned to the highest bidder in March, a bankruptcy judge ruled Thursday. Judge John K. Olson of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Florida ruled in favor of auctioning the more than 30 acres...
  • Coalition gathers signatures for 2016 vote on solar energy

    Coalition gathers signatures for 2016 vote on solar energy
    A petition drive that would let Florida voters expand the market for solar energy is racking up signatures. About month into the drive, Floridians for Solar Choice announced they've gathered 100,000 of the nearly 700,000 signatures needed to add their...
  • Budget, beer, guns, pot and potties on lawmakers' agenda

    Conservation land purchases, beer growlers, tax cuts, guns on state university campuses, medical marijuana and even where transgender people can go to the bathroom will all be issues that will come up during Florida's 2015 legislative session. The only...
  • Merchants line up to sue A-Treat

    Merchants line up to sue A-Treat
    A-Treat's attorney said Friday that the Allentown soda-maker has fielded "bonafide offers" from at least 10 parties interested in purchasing the company. Jerry Barr said A-Treat owner Tom Garvey, who has declined interview requests, would like the...
  • Correction: Sears-Results story

    In a story Feb. 27 about Sears Holdings Corp., The Associated Press reported erroneously that Chief Financial Officer Rob Schriesheim said in a statement that the actions Sears took in 2014 — such as store closures and inventory reduction —...
  • Gloucester, Mathews weekly crime log

    Gloucester In the 7700 block of Rob Lane A report of damaged property was received Feb. 23 from a residence which occurred between 2:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. Resident reported a tire cut on two different vehicles parked at the residence. A 12-pack of Bud...
  • Moving Out: $1M Horse Farm In Hebron

    Moving Out: $1M Horse Farm In Hebron
    Robin Malkasian couldn't believe her luck when she found a 12.5-acre plot of farm land in Hebron. It was 1994, when large tracts of undeveloped land were getting harder to find, she said. A horse enthusiast since childhood, Malkasian had long wanted to...
  • Morgan Quinn: 10 best places to live if you're trying to save (and the 10 worst)

    The city you choose to live in can have a major impact on your finances. Large cities like San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles have become unaffordable for many residents and some have chosen to relocate in search of economic stability,...
  • Living Smart: How to sell the unsellable house

    Do you think your house is unsellable due to its location? Highly rated real estate agents on Angie's List explain how to sell a house, even in the most undesirable spot. If the most important thing in real estate is "location, location, location," how...
  • Winter Park candidates tackle new regulations for historic preservation

    Winter Park candidates tackle new regulations for historic preservation
    Is historic preservation about ensuring that the city’s oldest and most historically rich homes and businesses do not get demolished – or an effort to restrict private property rights? As the city of Winter Park moves forward with plans to...