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firstname.lastname@example.orgConstruction will start later this month on a long-awaited administrative building for the Housing Authority of Danville. Board members unanimously voted Tuesday to approve a $921,900 contract with the Lawrenceburg-based company Hawkins Construction....
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: JP Morgan Chase Bank and James R. Yocum, through J. Thomas Hensley, master commissioner, to JP Morgan Chase Bank, property at End of Main Farm Development, $42,000....
1913 Two burglars attempted to break into the store of Edward Galbraith at Junction City last Saturday night during a drenching rain. Barber Osborn, who has rooms over the store, heard the men pounding on the door and securing his revolver, he began...
When its sales office opened in 2006, Enclave at Galewood Crossings was touted as an upscale, gated community of almost 200 single-family and multifamily homes built on the largest undeveloped piece of land left within the city limits. Now Chicago...
Wells Fargo agreed Thursday to invest nearly $39 million in 45 areas nationwide — including South Florida — to settle a federal housing discrimination complaint. The Department of Housing and Urban Development accused the banking giant last...
SEVERE WEATHER-MISSOURI Powerful storms slam St. Louis area ST. LOUIS (AP) — Waves of violent weather spawning high winds and tornado have torn through the St. Louis area, downing trees and power lines and sending gamblers rushing from a casino...
The following is from the May 21 Laguna Beach City Council meeting. All council members were present. * PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS The public is allowed to speak on any subject not on the agenda. Speakers generally are limited to three minutes, but the time...
The housing downturn touched all areas of the country, but came down particularly heavily in Miami. Now, the market there is healing, and many former distressed homeowners have healed their personal finances, too. "We have lots of borrowers here who have...
One of the nation's largest banks will spend $27 million to help minority communities that have been especially hard-hit by home foreclosures — including some around Orlando — in a deal announced Thursday by the National Fair Housing Alliance....
Tribune staff reporterThe National Fair Housing Alliance and 13 of its members, including two suburban Chicago groups, will receive $27 million from Wells Fargo to resolve a 14-month-old federal housing discrimination complaint that alleged the bank took better care of its...
Hagerstown’s federal Community Development Block Grant entitlement is expected to decline for fiscal 2014, a trend that has been ongoing for about three years, according to Jonathan Kerns, the city’s Community Development manager. CDBG is...
Harford County was recently awarded nearly $867,000 in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Continuum of Care, or CoC, Program to help homeless people find shelter and other services. The funding increased about 6...
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