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Sun StaffOne New York bond-rating agency says it has been reassured about Baltimore's decision to lend local schools $42 million, while another is still threatening to downgrade city bonds over the bailout. Standard & Poor's affirmed the city's A-plus bond rating...
Sun National StaffSecond of two parts HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - Donald Trump thought it couldn't be done. He'd exercised all his usual charms to land a casino development deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida - hiring lobbyists, wheedling politicians, indulging tribal leaders...
Sun StaffWhen bay-shore residents finally get their heads above water and rebuild homes wrecked by Tropical Storm Isabel, the houses in many old waterside neighborhoods will get taller. That's just fine with Brenda Tucker, whose 40-year-old cottage on Bay Drive...
Tags: Renovation, FEMA, Floods, Tropical Storms, Homes
Sun StaffThe city got some good financial news this week even as its next budget remained up in the air. As the city prepares to sell $43.5 million in general obligation bonds Monday, three New York bond-ratings agencies affirmed the city's rating, meaning it...
Sun StaffEven as New York bond raters warned of serious consequences, Mayor Martin O'Malley forged ahead yesterday with a $42 million plan to save Baltimore schools without state help, saying the problem was the city's to fix. Sounding themes of pride and...
Sun StaffWhile Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley has faced criticism from Annapolis for his decision to nearly drain the city's rainy day reserve to bail out the school system, financial experts are not alarmed by the decision to use the fund as a temporary salve....
Associated PressNEW YORK - American International Group Inc., one of the world's largest insurance companies, said yesterday that it will again delay filing its 2004 annual report and make accounting adjustments that will cut its value by about $2.7 billion - $1...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe stock market is on a hot streak, and technology issues are leading the charge. Of course, investors have heard that come-on before, and for the last 2 1/2 years it has been to their peril to believe that any rebound -- especially in tech -- would...
Detroit Free PressSahr Jusu, 45, was hit with a double dose of the housing collapse. He lost his job doing home improvements about a year ago and now, depending on odd jobs here and there, he's been four or five months behind on his mortgage payments. But Jusu is...
READER SUBMITTED: Safeco Insurance Recognizes Laurie Yelding As A Community Hero, Donates $5,000 To United WayNaugatuckHelp Laurie Yelding win $10,000 for United Way of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls in the "Vote for Your Favorite Safeco Insurance Community Hero" event. Yelding is one of just 16 Community Hero Award winners selected nationwide by Safeco Insurance to be in...
The Tampa TribuneStuck renting for a few years, Tampa Bay area residents who had a foreclosure during the housing crash are buying homes again. Among them is Xiomara Mewa of Tampa. A former loan officer, her finances tumbled five years ago when the lenders she worked...
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