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Wednesday Jan 13 | via LongIsland.com
Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced that a disbarred attorney from Charlotte, N.C., pleaded guilty in two separate cases to stealing from former legal clients who were elderly or disabled. Janice Jessup, 68, pleaded guilty before Acting Supreme Court Justice Jerald Carter to one count of Grand Larceny in the 1st Degree for stealing more than $1.1 million from a mentally and physically disabled woman who she represented in an eminent domain action. Comment?
Monday Jan 11 | via Patch.com
A former Baldwin attorney accused of stealing over $1 million from clients from former legal clients who were elderly or disabled in April, pleaded guilty in two separate cases, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced on Monday. Janice Jessup, 68, pleaded guilty before Acting Supreme Court Justice Jerald Carter to one count of first degree grand larceny for stealing more than $1.1 million from a mentally and physically disabled woman who she represented in an eminent domain action, according to the DA. Comment?
Dec 24, 2015 | via Newsday
Job seekers speak with prospective employers during the Nassau County Mega Job Fair at Nassau Community College in Garden City Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Nearly 300 employers participated in the job fair. Comment?
Dec 23, 2015 | via Housing Wire
Earlier this month, Nassau County, New York, which includes Long Island, enacted a series of significant real estate fee increases that were put in place to offset a budget shortfall. The fee hikes, which included increasing the county tax map verification fee from $75 to $225, and the county clerk block recording fee from $150 to $300, among other fees, are expected to bring in $35.6 million in revenue to the county. Comment?
Dec 16, 2015 | via LongIsland.com
December 15, 2015 - Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced that a Floral Park woman who stole approximately $467,000 between 2009 and 2014 from two of her employers pleaded guilty today. Deborah Tangredi, 53, pleaded guilty before Acting Supreme Court Justice Meryl Berkowitz to Grand Larceny in the 2nd Degree and two counts of Grand Larceny in the 3rd Degree . Comment?
Friday Feb 5 | via Chicago Tribune
Before Lucy DeWitt and her husband, Steve, chose names for their children, they read the top baby names. Then they crossed them off their lists. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 3 | via Reuters
NEW YORK/SANTIAGO, February 03 Slow economic growth and rising credit costs will offset gains in commercial and personal loans among Chilean banks and pressure 2016-2017 earnings, says Fitch Ratings. Chilean banks' 2015 earnings declined for the first time since 2009, mostly due to higher corporate tax rates and the country's economic slowdown. Comment?
Thursday Jan 21 | via Peace Arch News
Her novella, Love Found In Manhattan, and her full-length novel, Angel In Shining Armour, both published by Texas-based Lovely Christian Romance Press in 2015, are currently available on amazon.com but will shortly be on the shelves of local booksellers - likely in time for Valentine's Day, appropriately enough. And romance fans will also have a chance to check out the novels during an author signing event tonight from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Pacific Inn Resort and Conference Centre, 1160 King George Blvd. Given the former real-estate agent's background, it's not surprising that both of her works exhibit the skills of a storyteller plus a flair for the dramatic. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 2 | via Inman News
In a city consumed by luxury condominiums, New York City's residential real estate market is outrageously ostentatious, insanely expensive and riddled with contradictions. Last year, for example, New York City's most expensive real estate transaction took place at One57 , a new one thousand-foot supertall condo tower on so-called "Billionaires' Row," , where a 10,923 square-foot penthouse on the 89th and 90th floors sold for record $100.5 million, shattering the highest price paid for a condominium in America's largest city. Comment?
Jan 8, 2015 | via American Reporter
American politics isn't kind to the losers. And as far as the conventional political wisdom goes, Mario Cuomo was a loser. Comment?
9 min ago | via GantDaily.com
Push button get mortgage. That was the message Quicken Loans left viewers with at the end of its Super Bowl ad. Comment?
9 min ago | via American Reporter
It's hard to resist being gleeful at seeing Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff get the maximum sentence - 150 years in prison - for bilking investors out of anywhere between $65 billion and $171 billion. Because many of the people whom Madoff ripped off were more renowned than, say, the millions who lost their homes in the subprime mortgage debacle, he has gotten far more attention than he deserves. Comment?
10 min ago | via WMJX-FM Boston
You'll find floating appliances, a magic show, wooden leg makers and the new Rocket Mortgage app in the Quicken Loans big game commercial. The spot, titled "What We Were Thinking," promotes their new app designed to make the process of getting a mortgage an easy one. Comment?
16 min ago | via American Reporter
The events of Sept. 11, 2001, of course, indelibly mark the decade that is ending tonight. Comment?
16 min ago | via American Reporter
Readers who see three YouTube videos on our front page this past week must be curious. Has The Americzan Reporter become tabloid? Is the editor out of his mind? There is a simple explanation, and it is a news-related one. Comment?
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