Archive for August, 2009

Shoots in the dark

When Inside Housing began tracking four housing developments around the UK in June, the modern house building industry was emerging from its lowest ever ebb. (3 mins to go)

Hidalgo County facing tough budget decisions

EDINBURG A pod at the juvenile detention center is still unused two years after the 96-bed facility opened. With the state mandating a ratio of detention officers to detainees, officials at the Judge Mario E. Ramirez Jr. Juvenile Justice (5 mins ago)

Shoots in the dark

When Inside Housing began tracking four housing developments around the UK in June, the modern house building industry was emerging from its lowest ever ebb. (1 min to go)

Shoots in the dark

When Inside Housing began tracking four housing developments around the UK in June, the modern house building industry was emerging from its lowest ever ebb. (2 mins ago)

Old Bridge readies grand opening of Y

Finishing touches are being added to the new Old Bridge YMCA as officials prepare for the grand opening of the long-awaited recreation center. While the Route 516 facility will be open for business beginning Sept. 1, the official unveiling will take place on Sept. 12. The grand opening that day will include a special VIP unveiling ceremony and buffet lunch at 11:30 a.m. (34 mins ago)

Judge vacates guilty plea in cigarette case

Hussam Ghanam, who pleaded guilty to selling illegal cigarettes, is spared prison time but must pay about $8,000 in unpaid taxes. (18 mins ago)

Shoots in the dark

When Inside Housing began tracking four housing developments around the UK in June, the modern house building industry was emerging from its lowest ever ebb. (4 mins ago)

The Alexander City Outlook

The unemployment rate in Tallapoosa County is still on the rise, according to a monthly report released by the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations Friday. (11 mins ago)

Bond Bears Dumping Two-year Treasuries Defy Fed Rate History

Aug. 24 — Bond investors that drove two-year Treasuries down on Aug. 21 by the most since early June after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said the economy is beginning to emerge? from recession may find themselves wishing they had held onto the securities. (10 mins ago)

Shoots in the dark

When Inside Housing began tracking four housing developments around the UK in June, the modern house building industry was emerging from its lowest ever ebb. (2 mins ago)