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  • Can hotel revive Convention Center?

    Baltimore expects conventioneers to fill as many as half the 750 rooms of its proposed convention headquarters hotel, giving the flagging Convention Center a boost in business. "From my perspective, it is the primary goal," said Irene E. Van Sant, who is...
  • Council authorizes $16.4 million bond for new senior center facility

    After months of study sessions and planning, the Huntington Beach City Council took two major steps Monday toward making a long-awaited senior center a reality. Council members voted unanimously to authorize taking out a $16.4 million bond to help pay...
  • L.A. weighs plan to press banks to renegotiate rate swaps

    Los Angeles could become the nation's biggest city seeking to jettison financial deals crafted on the eve of the Great Recession that union and community activists contend are draining funds from city services. The City Council will vote Wednesday on...
  • Bethlehem backs $73 million water financing deal

    Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday unanimously backed an approximately $73 million deal to address the debt obligation of the cash-strapped water system while providing money to update the aging infrastructure. Under the deal, $60 million of the $85...
  • Republicans Challenge New Malloy Ad

    Republicans Challenge New Malloy Ad
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's opponents jumped on the governor's newest campaign commercial on Monday for featuring the Newtown tragedy and using a disputed number to describe the state's debt situation. Released on Monday morning, the 30-...
  • Guest Column: Budget is an example of working together

    On June 16, the Annapolis City Council adopted the $97.3 million operating budget for fiscal 2015 by an 8-to-1 vote. As adopted, there was no real estate property tax increase. The operating budget projects revenues of $98.9 million, yielding a surplus of...
  • Russia has reserves to ride out sanctions - assuming no panic

    LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Mathematically Russia has enough reserves to hold out for at least two years before Western sanctions start to choke the economy, but it must avoid reawakening the "sleeping dragon" of investor panic. At first glance the...
  • A defiant Argentina imperils its future

    A defiant Argentina imperils its future
    A faltering economy. A plunging currency. Double-digit inflation. And now the second default on its national debt in little more than a decade. Argentina is in a terrible state. You might think that the architect of this mess, President Cristina...
  • Japan's economy faces risks with reform agenda, debt: IMF

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's economic risks over the medium term are tilted to the downside as the government could fail to deliver the additional reforms needed to lift potential growth and pare public debt, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday....
  • Exclusive: Bondholders may sue Bulgarian government over Corpbank default - sources

    BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Holders of dollar-denominated bonds at Bulgaria's Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank) are gearing up for legal action against the government if the bond defaults and the bank is tipped into insolvency, two sources told Reuters on...
  • Road improvement bond heads to hearing

    Each spring, Connecticut drivers make many colorful comments about the roads on which they drive. With surfaces suffering damage from frost heaves and plow damage, pot holes, cracks and sink holes, road upkeep is a priority for every town. East Hartford...
  • $5.7 million: Debt service

    Editor's note: This is part of an everyday series exploring individual line items in state and local budgets. Read the entire series at www.dailypress.com/watchdog. GLOUCESTER – Over $38 million of school debt and $12 million of county debt make...