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Sunday Dec 7 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
"I decided I was up for the challenge," McLaughlin said. "I feel I've done pretty much what I can do and what I set out to do on borough council." Comment?
Nov 12, 2014 | via Automotive News
"By a wide margin, credit union executives see auto lending as a continued channel for primary growth going into 2015," said Ezra Becker, vice president of research and consulting in TransUnion's financial services business unit. TransUnion conducted a survey among credit union executives last month and announced the results at a credit union conference in Las Vegas this week. Comment?
Oct 1, 2014 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
CHAMBERSBURG >> About 1.12 million nails, 9,600 two-by-fours, 64,000 hours, and 32 homes later, Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County is celebrating its 20th anniversary of building affordable local homes. Habitat for Humanity is an international organization that works with people to build homes and offer an interest-free mortgage through community outreach through volunteer work. Comment?
Sep 29, 2014 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
HARRISBURG>> Franklin County Court has 30 percent fewer civil cases on its docket, two years after the state ordered county courts to clean house. The cleanup reveals an aftermath of economic recession: Foreclosures and debt collection head the list of civil cases in most Pennsylvania counties. Comment?
Sep 18, 2014 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
CHAMBERSBURG >> Franklin County commissioners have pledged $10,000 from the county's Housing Trust Fund to Chambersburg's Elm Street program. Elm Street is a state-funded neighborhood revitalization program that provides money for facade improvements, sidewalk repairs and other projects. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via National Mortgage News
Prices climbed 0.6% on a seasonally adjusted basis from September, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said today in a report from Washington. The average of 21 estimates was for a 0.3% increase, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 17 | via Bloomberg
The U.S. housing market will resume its recovery in 2015 after a "disappointing" year as sales accelerate, construction increases and mortgage credit eases, according to a Bloomberg survey of 25 economists and analysts. New-home sales will jump 16 percent to 510,000 and sales of existing homes will climb 5 percent to 5.21 million, according to the median estimates. Comment?
Thursday Dec 11 | via Times News
A total of 276 cases were started in November in the office of Carbon County Prothonotary Joann M. Behrens, according to a monthly statistical report released by the officeholder. A breakdown of the cases is as follows: Assessment appeals, 10; civil actions, 36; custody complaints,14; district justice appeals, 2; divorce complaints, 15; complaint in ejectment, 1; mortgage foreclosure complaints, 30; name change petition, 1; protection from abuse petitions, 20; quiet title action, 1; replevin complaint, 1; tax sale, 1; court appointments, 3; judgments, 136; miscellaneous cases, 2; and stipulations/waivers of liens, 3. The office staff also received and processed 33 applications for U.S. passports. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 10 | via Northeasttimes.com
Caring for the community: Members of the Take Back Your Neighborhood civic association treated needy neighbors to a pre-Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 26 at Calvary Christian Church. Members of the Take Back Your Neighborhood civic association heard from representatives of Tree Northeast, TD Bank and Philadelphia Gas Works at their most recent meeting. Comment?
Jan 12, 2011 | via City Journal
'Are any of these ideas actually stupid?' Stewart wondered. Cut to Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones, who described Arizona's plans to sell its state government buildings for $735 million, lease them back, and keep on using them. Comment?
Monday Dec 15 | via Sentinel & Enterprise
Maura Healey says she wants to be an attorney general who isn't afraid to stick her neck out -- a trait that could come in handy as she faces a slew of knotty issues, from monitoring casino gambling to grappling with the growing influence of money in politics. In an interview with the Associated Press, Healey said her experience helping lead the fight against the federal Defense of Marriage Act in Attorney General Martha Coakley's office showed her the importance of going "against the tide and even against public opinion if you feel like it's the right thing to do." Comment?
13 min ago | via WTEN-TV Albany
A charity created after the Sept. 11 terror attacks says it has so far raised $250,000 or about a third of what it needs to pay the home mortgages for the families of two slain New York police officers. Comment?
18 min ago | via CBC News
Vancouver, shown here through a lens zoom burst, has home prices so high that business groups are raising the alarm about city's ability to attract and retain the talent. When Allan Pulga, a communications manager, found out he was going to be a father, he had to make a tough choice - stay in a tiny downtown condo or leave Vancouver. Comment?
23 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
The hounds of the Heythrop Hunt arrive to greet hunt supporters gathering in town square in Chipping Norton on December 26, 2014 in Oxfordshire, England. Get ready for another 3 and 1/2-day week. Comment?
25 min ago | via News Herald
The cities with the largest homes Areas with the largest median home sizes also had among the nation's higher estimated median home prices. Check out this story on portclintonnewsherald.com: http://usat.ly/1AWXMnI American families tend to spend about a third of their annual income on housing. Comment?
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