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  • Court upholds Costa Mesa's limits on long-term motel stays

    Court upholds Costa Mesa's limits on long-term motel stays
    Costa Mesa can, for now, keep enforcing an ordinance restricting long-term stays at motels, despite a legal challenge alleging that the regulations unfairly target low-income residents. Orange County Superior Court Judge Gregory Lewis denied a request...
  • Charter School Group's Role As Landlord Under Scrutiny

    Charter School Group's Role As Landlord Under Scrutiny
    HARTFORD — When new leaders took control of the beleaguered Jumoke Academy this summer, one of their first reforms was getting former CEO Michael Sharpe to vacate an apartment that he rented at a discount from the charter school group. But Sharpe...
  • Coral Springs downtown closer to gaining traction

    Coral Springs downtown closer to gaining traction
    Coral Springs wants visitors to do more than shop and eat at its planned downtown — it wants them to spend the night. And to do that, it plans to build an upscale hotel, a movie theater and urban housing. The eight-story hotel will cater to...
  • Don't jeopardize your own finances to help distressed sibling

    Don't jeopardize your own finances to help distressed sibling
    Q: My sister is in a dire financial situation. She is single, 62 and was recently diagnosed with cancer. She owns a home that's now in foreclosure, which she cannot maintain. She has not worked for many years, and I have no idea what kind of income she...
  • Working Families Party Files Election Complaint Against Greenberg

    The Connecticut Working Families Party said Friday that it has filed a complaint with federal election regulators against Mark Greenberg, the Republican candidate for the 5th Congressional District, and his campaign committee for failing to pay a...
  • Slim chance to stop higher prescription co-pays

    When Congress reconvenes Nov. 12, opponents of billions of dollars in military compensation "reforms" sought by President Obama and the Joint Chiefs of Staff will have one final and narrow opportunity to derail the plans. Three significant compensation...
  • Apartment developer sets sights on young families of modest means

    Apartment developer sets sights on young families of modest means
    While many Southern California apartment builders are racing to attract hip, single urbanites with lots of cash, one Los Angeles developer is taking a different tack and pursuing young families of more modest means. Decron Properties Corp. is buying and...
  • An unofficial guide to Baltimore apartment hunting

    An unofficial guide to Baltimore apartment hunting
    If we take a cue from movies and TV, being a young professional comes with a large, trendy city apartment complete with exposed brick and furnishings that look straight from a Pier 1 catalog — all of which is within our struggling 20-something...
  • Condo titan Jorge Perez building apartments in downtown Delray

    Condo titan Jorge Perez building apartments in downtown Delray
    The Delray Beach project is relatively small: 172 apartments. And the units will be split between two buildings separated by railroad tracks. It hardly seems to be the kind of venture that would interest a heavyweight developer such as Jorge Perez....
  • Journalism snapshots of the past - which looks like the present

    Journalism snapshots of the past - which looks like the present
    Journalism is by nature an art – or a craft, depending on your take – of the present, that old cliché about it being the first draft of history. I see it more as snapshots of time, and it’s interesting sometimes to go back through some...
  • Orlando sees boom in homes shared by roommates

     Orlando sees boom in homes shared by roommates
    Getting a "roomie" has become an increasingly popular way to share expenses in a region where rents have continued to increase as wages have generally flattened. More than 36 percent of working-age residents of Metro Orlando share a house, apartment or...