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The city will be forced to dip into its general fund for $1 million to help the city-owned Hilton Baltimore make debt payments this year, city officials said Wednesday. Harry E. Black, Baltimore's director of finance, said the hotel needs the money to...
Baltimore water officials have been dogged in the past year by a series of extremely public problems: widespread billing errors that required millions in refunds, massive water main breaks that closed downtown streets, and a collapsed stormwater culvert...
It's not unusual to lose your balance while standing on a peak. And so it goes with the stock market. Investors suffered some fear of heights Monday and sent the Dow Jones industrial average tumbling. It was the worst day of this year, with a triple-...
A major luxury apartment complex meant to be a catalyst for Orland Park's new urban-inspired downtown area is only a few months away from opening its doors to residents. The developer of Ninty7Fifty On the Park is on schedule to finish 80 of its 295...
Tags: Rental Service, Loans, Apartments, Rentals, Metra
WASHINGTON (AP) — With tacit support from President Barack Obama, House Republicans were moving Wednesday to try to defuse a potential debt crisis with legislation to prevent an economy-rattling fiscal crisis for at least four months. The GOP...
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Hussein Obama's second inauguration was every bit as historic as his first -- not because it said so much about the nation's long, bitter, unfinished struggle with issues of race, as was the case four years ago, but...
Does your debt nag at you and make you miserable? A researcher has now put a number to the emotions. He has quantified just how much debt drags some people down. Lawrence Berger, a University of Wisconsin at Madison associate professor of social work,...
In the early 1970s, two rookie investigative reporters at the Washington Post, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, burst onto the public stage with daily revelations about a peculiar burglary at the Watergate Hotel. In time, their discoveries brought down...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Efforts to save the nation from going over a year-end "fiscal cliff" were in disarray as lawmakers fled the Capitol for their Christmas break. "God only knows" how a deal can be reached now, House Speaker John Boehner declared....
Tax-conscious Tinley Park residents can find some consolation in the village's 2012 property tax levy ordinance scheduled for adoption Dec. 18. At slightly less than $19.4 million, the village tax levy — the total amount of property taxes the...
Tags: Loans, Tinley Park, Credit and Debt, Homes, Arts and Culture
One of the main principles of investing is diversification. I believe this also applies to the economy. Washington County experienced a lack of economic diversification years ago when Fairchild and Mack Trucks were the dominant employers. As these...
Tribune reporterConcerns raised over how the CTA will pay off debt service on up to $1 billion in bonds delayed approval on Wednesday of the RTA 2013 budget for the CTA, Metra and Pace. The issue arose at the last minute over language in the CTA's five-year capital...
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