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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe contractor replacing a Pa. 316 bridge's superstructure faces hefty penalties if it does not reopen that section of road to traffic by Oct. 6, a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation spokesman said Thursday. Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. of...
email@example.comA Pa. 316 bridge being repaired south of Chambersburg has not reopened within the 80 days specified by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, so the state agency plans to impose a $37,500-a-day penalty on the contractor effective immediately,...
The owner of the Wisp ski resort in McHenry says it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. D.C. Development LLC said Sunday that its filing Saturday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Greenbelt gives it some breathing room to seek new investors...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCustomers shopping at the Borders book store in Hagerstown Wednesday, hours after the chain filed for bankruptcy protection, said they depended on the bookseller for their reading material. The company plans to close about 200 of its 642 stores over the...
OBIT-HAYNES JOHNSON Journalist and author Haynes Johnson dies at 81 WASHINGTON (AP) — Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Haynes Johnson has died. He was 81. The Washington Post reported Johnson died Friday at a Bethesda hospital. Johnson was...
Blog Sponsored by Taylor & Carls, P.A. The association has finally obtained its foreclosure judgment for nonpayment of assessments. A sale date has been set. Then, the owner files bankruptcy. What does the association then do? Historically, and...
The Roman Catholic religious order that runs Brother Rice High School in Chicago and St. Laurence High School in Burbank didn't want Brother Edward Chrysostom Courtney in Chicago any longer. So in the early 1970s, the Irish Christian Brothers shipped...
Those clinging hopefully to the old Borders books gift cards stashed in their drawers or wallets are out of luck, a Manhattan federal judge ruled Wednesday. According to Reuters, there are about $210.5 million worth of such cards that had not been used by...
AMF Bowling Worldwide Inc. plans to merge with New York-based bowling center operator Bowlmor, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported. The merger is part of the plan for Hanover County-based AMF Bowling to pay creditors’ debts and exit Chapter 11...
Carrying $240 million in debt, Orefield-based KidsPeace filed for bankruptcy Tuesday. The move comes after years of struggles in which the organization that gives treatment to troubled and autistic children laid off workers and missed debt payments....
In the end, lawyers could end up with most of the money in the bitterly contested estates of Allentown medical malpractice attorney Peter Karoly and his wife, Dr. Lauren Angstadt. During six years of legal limbo, the estates have racked up $3.74...
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