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Landoo Boomin

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Landoo Boomin

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The Baltimore City finance department says the Stricker Street property involved in Monday’s fire that killed three firefighters has $50,000 in liens, interest and taxes. The vacant property was included in the 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019 tax sales, but nobody bid on it. READ MORE: Investigation Ongoing Into Vacant Home Fire […]

DENVER (CBS4) — Fifty-two-year-old Anthony Zaghab of Centennial was sentenced recently to 30 months in federal prison and ordered to repay the $708,141 he received from the U.S. government that was intended for businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Zaghab, according to the plea agreement in the case, committed three manners of fraud. First, he […]

A new year for many is a time for a fresh start, but it also is the start of the tax season. While the actual due date for taxes seems far away, starting early can save you from headaches down the road, according to the Better Business Bureau. Scams also are common during tax season. […]

Leffingwell Courtesy Chris Leffingwell It’s been a battle for the headlines between the COVID-19 pandemic and major ransomware attacks. In 2022 it will likely be more of the same. Cybercrime statistics get wilder each day. Regardless of how big, or small, your business or industry is, it’s not if — but when, a cyberattack will […]

Published on December 30, 2021 A planned expansion by one of Huntsville’s largest industries will bring about infrastructure improvements for North Huntsville and generate revenue for Huntsville City Schools. A recently approved project agreement will allow Facebook, now known as Meta, to expand its campus in the North Huntsville Industrial Park. The company operates two data […]

SEAFORD, Del. – One Way Insurance Group held their second annual Free Toy giveaway on Sunday afternoon, giving Sussex County families a start to a memorable Christmas. At 2 p.m., they opened up their doors to welcome parents and children to a free gift wonderland. Each child present got to choose their own toy, and […]

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Exchanging credit card points for business or first-class airline seats is much easier these days. Availability for awards travel is higher than normal as business travel continues to lag. READ MORE: ‘This Is Unacceptable’: Supt. Carvalho On Nationwide TikTok Trend Threatening Violence Against Schools Zach Griff, a senior reporter with the website The […]

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, left, and Carlton Christensen, chairman of the UTA board of trustees, get into a UTA On Demand van for a photo opportunity after an event at the Northwest Community Center in Salt Lake City on Monday to launch the service in west-side neighborhoods. (Shafkat Anowar, Deseret News) Estimated read […]

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Federal prosecutors allege that a Utah attorney who admitted to defrauding his clients out of $9.5-million is now racking up credit card bills before he goes to prison. Calvin Curtis, 61, is expected to be sentenced to 73 months in federal prison next year after pleading guilty to fraud and […]