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  • 2 Angelenos demand answers after their alley gets trashed

    2 Angelenos demand answers after their alley gets trashed
    One week ago, Lauri Jutila walked out the back of his Mid-City apartment building and found a sprawling heap of construction waste in the alley: floor tile, trash bags, wood planks and other construction debris stretching more than 100 feet. By Friday,...
  • Hearing begins for Bucks family accused of fraud

    Hearing begins for Bucks family accused of fraud
    DOYLESTOWN — In the first day of preliminary hearing testimony in a $20 million insurance fraud case, topics ranged from whether a stockpile of hair spray could accelerate a fire — to whether a home sale was a sham transaction — to why...
  • Residents Slowly Moving In To North Village Condo Units

    Residents Slowly Moving In To North Village Condo Units
    MIDDLETOWN — After a slow start, the North Village condominium project is finally making progress toward providing affordable home ownership opportunities in the North End. Nonprofit developer Nehemiah Housing Corp. finished the project in 2011,...
  • Rise in government insurance rates to mirror rising waters, flood debt

    Rise in government insurance rates to mirror rising waters, flood debt
    At her small beach house that sits in a flood zone, Nancy Loft-Powers worries. The prospect of rising water, she said, isn't what bothers her. It's the expected rise in the cost of her $7,500 yearly flood insurance. "My insurance is more than my...
  • Real Estate Insider: Mortgage insurance? You must be kidding

    Real Estate Insider: Mortgage insurance? You must be kidding
    Health Insurance, life Insurance, dental, vision, disability and long term care insurance. I know, you feel "insured to death" with the hundreds, if not thousands of dollars spent monthly to protect yourself from the inevitable event(s) that become...
  • More New Yorkers relocating to Philly

    Few Philadelphians are as unequivocal in their praise for the city as Frank Steele. What is surprising, however, is that Steele is a native New Yorker, and still lives with his wife, Mary Jo, and three daughters on the "Queens side of the Whitestone...
  • Manny Pacquiao under contract to buy $12.5-million home in the 90210

    Manny Pacquiao under contract to buy $12.5-million home in the 90210
    Add a slice of prime Beverly Hills real estate to Manny Pacquiao’s scorecard. The welterweight champion, currently training in Los Angeles for his upcoming bout against Floyd Mayweather Jr., is under contract to buy a home in the 90210 Zip Code...
  • A Bad Week Lands Hartford On The Rocks

    A Bad Week Lands Hartford On The Rocks
    Here are some things that happened in Hartford in the last week or so. Workers accidentally spray-painted 16 of the 36 boulders in Stone Field Sculpture, a famous and much-debated work by sculptor Carl Andre. The workers were apparently marking utilities...
  • Union Wharf apartments sell for $121.5 million

    Union Wharf apartments sell for $121.5 million
    A Delaware-registered buyer this month purchased the Union Wharf apartments in Fells Point for the eye-popping price of $121.5 million. The Bozzuto Group completed the $72 million waterfront complex with 281 units in 2013. The price nets the Greenbelt-...
  • Yorkville new home building incentive stays for now

    A popular new home building incentive will remain in force in Yorkville, at least for another half a year. Aldermen in Yorkville this week voted unanimously to keep the BUILD program, which pays people as much as $10,000 to build a new home on an...
  • On verge of trial, chaplain confesses to passing messages from mobster

    On verge of trial, chaplain confesses to passing messages from mobster
    The story of the Roman Catholic priest who became a messenger for an imprisoned Chicago mobster began six years ago with Communion. On Wednesday it ended with a confession. With his trial scheduled to begin, former prison chaplain Eugene Klein...