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Mississippi Business Journal
Costco has become albatross for Renaissance expansionAndrew Mattiace last year applied for a sales tax rebate of up to $29.6 million
Costco has become albatross for Renaissance expansion
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted an hour ago
Andrew Mattiace last year applied for a sales tax rebate of up to $29.6 million for expansion of the Renaissance at Colony Park less than a month before the state law that created the Tourism Tax Incentive expired. Beating the repeal of the... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
An interactive look at future Staten Island developmentsOutlets, which City Council approved on Oct. 30, 2013, along with the adjacent
An interactive look at future Staten Island developments
Staten Island Advance / Posted yesterday
Outlets, which City Council approved on Oct. 30, 2013, along with the adjacent New York Wheel, will include 340,000 square feet of outlet space with approximately 100 designer outlet retailers and a 190-room hotel. The combined $580 million... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Clark County Common Pleas Court casesCOMMON PLEAS COURT 15-CV-0543 - U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as Trustee, v. Michael
Clark County Common Pleas Court cases
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 7 days ago
COMMON PLEAS COURT 15-CV-0543 - U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as Trustee, v. Michael Gene Bereczky, 2815 Snyder Domer Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $41,503. 15-CV-0544 - Thomas Carpenter, 7510 Troy Road, v. Pike Township, Clark County, Ohio,... Read more
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Torontoist
A Toronto Journalist Reports from the USSR in 1932the heavy-handed police harassment of public assemblies that had led to the tri
A Toronto Journalist Reports from the USSR in 1932
Torontoist / Posted 12 days ago
the heavy-handed police harassment of public assemblies that had led to the trial. But in a detailed recreation of this courtroom scene, Griffin faithfully recorded the judge’s condemnation of the Communists’ calls for violent overthrow of... Read more
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Boston Herald
Attack on homeless man part of brothers’ violent historyethnic slurs at a cashier just days after the 9/11 attacks, beating a woman wit
Attack on homeless man part of brothers’ violent history
Boston Herald / Posted 12 days ago
ethnic slurs at a cashier just days after the 9/11 attacks, beating a woman with a bicycle and stomping on a man’s head. Court records show Scott J. Leader, 38, has done time for numerous crimes, including: • A year in prison for stealing $7 to... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Developers are cashing out of projects early as land values surgeaccording to a person with knowledge of the matter.Presley, Diamond The Allied
Developers are cashing out of projects early as land values surge
Crain's New York Business / Posted 13 days ago
according to a person with knowledge of the matter.Presley, Diamond The Allied group paid $185 million for the 175,000-square- foot property, three blocks north of Times Square, in 2013. Colony Records had left the ground floor in 2012 after 40... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Developers are cashing out of projects early as land values surgeaccording to a person with knowledge of the matter.Presley, Diamond The Allied
Developers are cashing out of projects early as land values surge
Crain's New York Business / Posted 13 days ago
according to a person with knowledge of the matter.Presley, Diamond The Allied group paid $185 million for the 175,000-square- foot property, three blocks north of Times Square, in 2013. Colony Records had left the ground floor in 2012 after 40... Read more
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Boston Herald
Brothers charged after savage attack on homeless manimmigrant, with one claiming they were inspired by Donald Trump. Scott J. Lead
Brothers charged after savage attack on homeless man
Boston Herald / Posted 14 days ago
immigrant, with one claiming they were inspired by Donald Trump. Scott J. Leader, 38, and Steve M. Leader, 30, of Old Colony Avenue were returning home from a Red Sox game after midnight yesterday, when police say they randomly targeted a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Top sales: Ridley Scott's former Malibu digs goes for $9.5 millionblock of Evanston Street, the stone-clad estate features parklike grounds with
Top sales: Ridley Scott's former Malibu digs goes for $9.5 million
Los Angeles Times / Posted 19 days ago
block of Evanston Street, the stone-clad estate features parklike grounds with rolling lawns, formal landscaping, a sports court and a swimming pool and spa. The 11,330 square feet of living space has a two-story entry, formal living and dining... Read more
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The Standard
Russian army chief Chirkin gets five years for graftofficer paid and tried to move in but found another family already living in th
Russian army chief Chirkin gets five years for graft
The Standard / Posted 20 days ago
officer paid and tried to move in but found another family already living in the flat, and complained to prosecutors. The court found Chirkin guilty and sentenced him to five years in a strict penal colony, Moscow garrison tribunal spokesman... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
County opens exhibit focusing on seven townsDenton County history officials cut the ribbon on the newest Courthouse-on-the-
County opens exhibit focusing on seven towns
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
Denton County history officials cut the ribbon on the newest Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum exhibit Tuesday morning. “Common Threads: Denton County Local History Showcase” is designed to recognize the efforts of seven towns as they work to create... Read more
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The Hindu
Can development override nature and faith?of the black-necked crane that’s sacred to Buddhists. This month, an Australi
Can development override nature and faith?
The Hindu / Posted 22 days ago
of the black-necked crane that’s sacred to Buddhists. This month, an Australian court declined environmental clearance to industrial group Adani for coal mining in Queensland, Australia. The reasons for... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
New Milpitas homes sell for more than $1.2 millionto R. Veeraswamy, $725,000, 06-18-15 [3 bdms/1334 sqft/1960 year built], Previo
New Milpitas homes sell for more than $1.2 million
Oakland Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
to R. Veeraswamy, $725,000, 06-18-15 [3 bdms/1334 sqft/1960 year built], Previous Sale 02-22-2002, $405,000 1503 Bridges Court -- G. & A. Potnis to A. Shringarpure, $926,000, 06-17-15 [3 bdms/1487 sqft/1985 year built], Previous Sale 05-06-2005,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate TransactionsGarden Lane, Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. to Kimberly Ann O’Donnell; James
Erie County Real Estate Transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 25 days ago
Garden Lane, Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. to Kimberly Ann O’Donnell; James Michael O’Donnell, $390,000. • 27 Brynstone Court, Berghash Associates Family to Sharon Gluc; Jeffrey Gluc, $375,000. • 131 Southwedge Drive, Concetta Giambrone;... Read more
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South Maryland News
Lexington Park man jailed on home invasion chargeA Lexington Park man was jailed this week on a charge of breaking into the Colo
Lexington Park man jailed on home invasion charge
South Maryland News / Posted 29 days ago
A Lexington Park man was jailed this week on a charge of breaking into the Colony Square home of his girlfriend’s mother, where court papers allege he repeatedly threatened to assault the woman and to destroy the home’s contents. A court... Read more
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The Hindu
Delhi rail passenger traffic: Life on the other trackme to Ghaziabad arrived 10 minutes late, which Gulab Singh insisted, I should f
Delhi rail passenger traffic: Life on the other track
The Hindu / Posted a month ago
me to Ghaziabad arrived 10 minutes late, which Gulab Singh insisted, I should feel fortunate about. “I work at the Family Court in Patiala House and my office begins from 10 am. Initially, I used to board the 9 a.m. Shakurbasti-Nizamuddin EMU... Read more
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South Maryland News
St. Mary’s neighborhoods north and south gear up for National Night Outincluding the sheriff’s office and property management, but also corporations a
St. Mary’s neighborhoods north and south gear up for National Night Out
South Maryland News / Posted 1 months ago
including the sheriff’s office and property management, but also corporations and civic groups. In Lexington Park’s Colony Square neighborhood, where the Three Oaks Center provides supportive housing at 10 locations, the nonprofit... Read more

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