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The Holy Land Experience says it is a church and not a theme park. Want proof? It lets customers into its not-theme-park for free one day a year,...
North Dakota spends most of its timing quietly hanging out up near the Canadian border, moving along and not really bothering anyone.
But next June,...
A new plan in Egg Harbor City could lead to some serious neighborly discontent.
The city will offer five-year tax breaks on any new residential...
The Si View Metropolitan Park District is making one last desperate attempt to keep its doors open.
Facing the potential of seeing its revenue...
A lawsuit filed by a group of homeowners that alleged that Minneapolis illegally inflated home assessments in foreclosure-plagued neighborhoods has...
Kurt Russell wasn’t really being a snake when he took advantage of a loophole in Colorado law. It’s just that Russell and his partner...
There are many reasons a land value may be low. It may lie in a flood zone, or on a wetland. It might be near the airport. It could be a landslide...
A failure to collect enough property taxes owed along with tax caps has led to the Hammond Public Library closing its remaining two branches on Nov....
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A lawsuit that challenges who pays what in property taxes in Hawaii is now in the United States Supreme Court.
At issue is Hawaiian law that says...