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G.M. Sales Rise; Most Rivals Down 3.10.2007 NY Times: Business
G.M.’s U.S. sales were up 4 percent in September, while Honda’s increased 13.8 percent. But Toyota, Ford and Chrysler all sold fewer vehicles.
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Aid disparity leaves some witnesses in lurch 2.10.2007 Denver Post: Local
Early last year, LaToya "Tiny" Ray threw a few possessions into a U-Haul truck and rode off with her son into the Colorado witness protection program.
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Troubled past at issue in Randolph home dispute 1.10.2007 The Daily Record: Local
A Macedonian immigrant whose mother was slain and who later became the target of a murder plot is in court because of a dispute over a home in Randolph.
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A Martha's makeover 30.9.2007 Boston Globe: Real Estate
MARTHA'S VINEYARD - In 1984, when developers razed the old Seaview Hotel in Oak Bluffs and replaced the grand dame with condominiums, Vineyarders scoffed. Condos and Martha's Vineyard seemed incompatible, and this first marriage appeared destined for failure as sales stalled and asking prices fell. Fast forward to 2007, and the real estate game has a new set of rules ...
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Bleacher-bum appeal in a unit close to the park 30.9.2007 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
Birds-eye view into Wrigley Field just a rooftop away

The mystique of everything "Cubs" draws residents to three neighboring buildings on Waveland Avenue across from Wrigley Field.
There are only 2 ways to amend a declaration 30.9.2007 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
Q. I bought a condo as an investment in a South Loop building. Before my closing, I was not aware that the board was attempting to change the declaration and bylaws to curtail or eliminate rentals. The proposal seeks to limit leasing to one tenant for a three-year period. The board has spent more than two years knocking on doors to obtain resident votes.
READERS' PLATFORM: Bubble, bubble ... pop? 30.9.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
"Sales of new homes skid to lowest level in 7 years." "Market for billionaires' mansions is just fine." "Bubble blogger gets respect in slumping market." Just a few of the dizzying array of headlines in last week's Chronicle on the crazy-making housing ...
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Nevada's brothels get tough look 30.9.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
$50 million industry draws new, unflattering attention

SPARKS, Nev. — While the men watch from plushly upholstered sofas, a dozen women make their entrances into the upscale parlor. One by one, they introduce themselves in practiced, sultry voices, then line up against a strategically mirrored wall.
Perry's Rental Home Raising Eyebrows 29.9.2007 AP Politics
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- The home sits on 3.25 acres and has pecan hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen with granite and marble countertops, and an outdoor kitchen near the heated pool. It includes a subzero refrigerator, a balcony and an attic converted to a game room. It also has guesthouse....
36 Hours in Asheville, N.C. 29.9.2007 NY Times: Most Emailed
This year-round resort town, tucked between the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, draws a funky mix of New Agers, fleece-clad mountain bikers, antiques lovers and old-time farmers.
Our View -- Thumbs down to outsourced wars 29.9.2007 Mankato Free Press: Editorials
The heavy use of private security contractors by the U.S. government in Iraq is another sign the military has been stretched too thin.
Q & A: Succession Rights in Stabilized Unit 29.9.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Can a tenant who inherited succession rights force the condo association to give him a rent-stabilized lease in his own name?
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In the Region | Connecticut: Urging Inclusion in a Changing City 29.9.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Plans for gleaming towers and posh restaurants in Bridgeport are cause for concern among some community advocates.
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The Hunt: A Recipe for Success 29.9.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
The kitchen was among the most important considerations for Dara Blumenthal and Darren Patrick in their apartment search.
Selling Rice Street as a place to stop and stay 29.9.2007 Star Tribune: Local
Residents are working on a new identity for the thoroughfare to draw in commuters. But some want more resources to fight crime.
Minority groups say doors still closed to them 28.9.2007 The Daily Record: Local
A record number of complaints are alleging unfair treatment of minorities, the disabled, families and other groups.
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Breaking Ground: Koloa Landing at Poipu Beach and Grizzly Ranch 28.9.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
An oceanfront residential development in Hawaii, and a residential resort in the mountains of Portola, Calif.
Away: Fashion’s Just a Job; Baking’s a Destiny 28.9.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
A model and a fashion photographer’s weekend getaway in Bovina Center, N.Y., has become the town’s living room.
Minority groups say doors still closed to them 27.9.2007 The Daily Record: Local
A record number of complaints are alleging unfair treatment of minorities, the disabled, families and other groups.
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A Rocky Mountain High-End Problem 27.9.2007 WSJ: Most Emailed Today
City leaders in Aspen are pushing back against the proliferation of high-end jewelry shops and luxury-chain stores in the popular ski destination out of concern that they are destroying its exclusive small-town ...
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