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Sheriff to begin seizure process for Baltimore Housing Authority property to pay for lead paint judgment

The Baltimore City Sheriff will begin the process of seizing nearly two dozen trucks, computers and other office supplies owned by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City Wednesday to auction and pay an outstanding lead paint poisoning judgment against the ...

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Top 5 – ‘Maryland is unique in that’

A new, luxury rental development opening in Owings Mills and Gov. Martin O’Malley announcing early successes during his trade mission to India are among the most-read business stories of the week. Also making the list is Disney pulling out of ...

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45 Camden Crossing lots will be auctioned

The 45 remaining undeveloped lots of the $30 million Camden Crossing townhome development in Washington Village are set to be auctioned by Columbia Bank on Dec. 15. Metroventures Properties Inc., owner of the development, has defaulted on a debt of ...

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Week in review: 11/18/11

Caesars proposes ‘dramatic’ casino The development group led by Caesars Entertainment Corp. touted its proposed 260,000-square-foot casino on Russell Street as a “dramatic new gateway to downtown” Baltimore on Monday. Harrah’s Baltimore would include 3,750 slot machines, a steakhouse, a 400-seat ...

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Rare yellow diamond expected to fetch up to $15M

GENEVA — A rare yellow pear-shaped diamond is expected to fetch between $11 million and 15 million at auction next week, and the buyer will have the chance to name it, Sotheby’s said Wednesday. The so-called Sun-Drop Diamond is described ...

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Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s art, belongings to be sold

DETROIT — Paintings, writings and the iconic blue sweater of the audacious assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian are going up for auction, his attorney and close friend said Friday. Lawyer Mayer Morganroth said the late pathologist’s artwork and items will ...

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Mortgage default warnings surged in August

LOS ANGELES — Banks have stepped up their actions against homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments, setting the stage for a fresh wave of foreclosures. The number of U.S. homes that received an initial default notice — ...

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