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email@example.comJobs, jobs, jobs. In today’s struggling economy, jobs are paramount on the minds of families, employers and economists. While hit by the economy like the rest of the country, West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle seems to have weathered a lot of...
Progressive influence I find it amusing to read letters to the editor where people are bound to one party and all it stands for and the vitriol that spews from their pens. Blind allegiance to either party — given both of their track records —...
Are large numbers of homeowners who have negotiated short sales with lenders at risk because of a startling omission in the American credit system? Do their credit reports and scores indicate that they were foreclosed upon, rather than having negotiated a...
WASHINGTON — Are large numbers of homeowners who have negotiated short sales with lenders at risk because of a startling omission in the American credit system? Do their credit reports and scores indicate that they were foreclosed upon, rather...
Republican candidates battling for seats on Lower Macungie's Board of Commissioners are trading last-minute barbs over campaign contributions and how those donations have been reported leading up to Tuesday's primary. Challengers Ron Beitler and Brian...
Tags: Primaries, Elections, Local Elections, Politics, Real Estate
Education Whitney Stewart was named as an instructor of The Regional Physiotherapy Centre's newly established School of Massage Therapy in West Palm Beach. Stewart is a physical therapist assistant and a licensed massage therapist. She joined the Centre...
Tags: Personal Service, Politics, Real Estate, Trials, Legal Service
Tribune staff reporterMore than 2,600 crimes were reported in Chicago's abandoned buildings and vacant lots last year, a 48 percent increase from 2005 that equates to an average of seven reported crimes on any given day in 2012, according to a study released Tuesday....
John M. Davidyock was appointed assistant professor of medicine and vice chairman of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement for the Department of Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine, and section chief of Hospital Medicine at Temple...
For seven legislative sessions in a row, the pest control and fertilizer industries have tried to eliminate Florida's more than 50 local ordinances that put strict controls on lawn fertilizer pollution. In the past six years those industries failed...
A Howard County couple is suing one of the largest residential real estate brokerages in the state and a Columbia title company for more than $11 million, alleging that the firms had financial ties that violated federal law. The case is a proposed class...
Lenders that repossess rental buildings in Chicago — or anyone who buys a rental building at a court-ordered foreclosure auction — would have to pay tenants $12,000 per unit to move or offer them rent-controlled extended leases until the...
First-time buyers make the housing wheel go 'round: As they segue from renting to owning, they set off the sequence of move-up purchases that, in theory, will help the overall market get well. These days, Hispanic consumers seem to be pushing that wheel...
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