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Tuesday May 24 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
Franklin County deed transfers The following deed transfers are public record in the Franklin County Registers and Recorders office. Check out this story on publicopiniononline.com: http://ponews.co/1TCtnDS CHAMBERSBURG - The following deed transfers, from May 8-14, 2016, are public record in the Franklin County Registers and Recorders office. Comment?
Tuesday May 17 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
Gimme shelter: 'Habitat' puts roofs overhead Franklin County's Habitat for Humanity volunteers do good deeds that will stand for generations. Check out this story on publicopiniononline.com: http://ponews.co/1TmCRmN In the Christmas novel "Battle of Life," Charles Dickens makes the point that average people do good deeds daily without hope of reward or recognition. Comment?
Friday May 6 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
Woman accused of stealing $128,000 from shelter will go to trial Jude determines there's enough evidence against a Marion woman to move the case forward Check out this story on publicopiniononline.com: http://ponews.co/271cHwX CHAMBERSBURG - A Marion woman accused of using more than $128,000 from an animal shelter's funds for personal use had her case transferred to trial court after a preliminary hearing Friday. Tracy Samantha Frey, 57, who uses the name Samantha Frey publicly, had some charges amended and the rest confirmed to go to Franklin County's Court of Common Pleas after a three hour hearing. Comment?
Monday May 2 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
Franklin County deed transfers, April 17-23, 2016 The following deed transfers are public record in the Franklin County Registers and Recorders office. Check out this story on publicopiniononline.com: http://ponews.co/26LQaUF CHAMBERSBURG - The following deed transfers, from April 17-23, 2016, are public record in the Franklin County Registers and Recorders office. Comment?
Apr 3, 2016 | via Norwalk Reflector
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced a lawsuit against a Pennsylvania attorney accused of taking thousands of dollars from Ohio consumers while falsely promising to help save their homes. The lawsuit accuses Pittsburgh-based Michael A. Rabel & Associates LLC and Michael A. Rabel, individually, of violating Ohio's Consumer Sales Practices Act and Debt Adjuster's Act by failing to deliver promised loan modification services, making misrepresentations, and charging excessive fees. Comment?
Tuesday | via Bangkok Post
Asia stocks jumped Wednesday building on a strong lead from Wall Street and Europe, and as investors adjusted to the prospect of a US rate hike in the near future. Energy stocks soared in Hong Kong and Sydney as oil prices rebounded, while in Tokyo exporters were lifted by a weaker yen, which is a plus for their profitability. Comment?
Tuesday May 24 | via The Washington Post
President Obama, Michelle Obama and their daughters, Sasha, left, and Malia, board Air Force One in Chicago on Nov. 7, 2012. It's a terrific nugget for the cocktail party circuit. Comment?
Monday May 23 | via Cross Roads News
Millionaire Jim Barksdale, who wants to leave the business world for the U.S. Senate, says the burdens of underemployment and income inequality hurt everyone. "People can't grow businesses when others don't have enough money to buy your cars, buy your houses," he said. Comment?
Thursday May 19 | via Philly.com
Alan J. Heavens has been writing about real estate and home improvement for 27 of his 36 years at the Inquirer and for most of his 49 years as a reporter. Author of three books, he was "The Gadgeteer" on the Discovery Channel's Home Matters and president of the National Association of Real Estate Editors. Comment?
Wednesday May 18 | via St. Petersburg Times
Hernando County's search for an eco-friendly method of solid waste disposal - a process supposedly insulated from politics - has turned into a clash between opposing camps of influential business leaders. On one side is the company chosen last month as first pick by the County Commission for the multimillion-dollar job of turning waste to energy, Freedom Energy Hernando LLC. Its local backers include Brooksville businessman Tom Barnette, who has political ties to County Commissioners Wayne Dukes, Nick Nicholson and Diane Rowden - and who stands to benefit financially if Freedom Energy holds on to the job. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via Mortgage Lender Implode-O-Meter
After being called out for its deceptive practices, the bank has scaled back on FHA backed mortgage lending in recent years. Wells Fargo accounted for just 2.5% of total FHA mortgages in 2015, down from 13% in 2010, and ultimately coming to this end game where the bank has a path forward without the FHA... Wells' own mortgage origination pipeline has been slowing down in recent years, and as such the corner office of the country's largest mortgage originator is desperate to find new and innovative ways to boost lending. Comment?
11 min ago | via StarPulse.com
Bachelorette contestant Chad Johnson will quickly become this season's villain, but is he really such a bad guy? Although his testosterone-fueled altercations with a few of JoJo's guys will get fans talking, his overinflated ego may get the most attention. Johnson is a 28-year-old real estate agent who hails from Oklahoma. Comment?
30 min ago | via National Mortgage News
Balas, who has been the company's senior vice president finance, controller and principal accounting officer since September 2012, assumes the role from Frank Martell . Martell, in his capacity as COO, will continue to lead CoreLogic's core operating segments as well as its enterprise data management, information technology and corporate development organizations. Comment?
31 min ago | via Palo Alto Weekly
Interior designer Kit Davey has advised hundreds of clients on paint colors for their homes and front doors. Some people are bold and take risks with a bright orange or a shade of green that reminds them of a forest. Comment?
32 min ago | via GlobalNews
An unusual issue will likely be front and centre in the coming election campaign, but it's not entirely clear how - or even if - it will impact the eventual result. I'm referring to the red-hot housing market in Metro Vancouver, which was probably the most talked about issue during the just-completed spring legislature session. Comment?
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