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">Prince George's County home sales
Washington Post
Shady Glen Terr., 7339-Nationstar Mortgage Corp. to Horizons Enterprises Corp., $81,375. Tunic Ave., 111-Elbert E. Ruth Sr. to Bi Qiong Zheng and Steven & David Co. Corp. ... Keystone Ave., 11417-Roy E. and Sharon W. Revis to Beatrice B. Porter, $239 ...

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Chattanooga Times Free Press

The Lord of Loans: How Cleveland payday-loan pioneer Allan Jones was ...
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Jones grew up as a middle-class kid in Cleveland but has since built an empire of sorts in his hometown: a lord with a hilltop manor and an entrepreneur's golden touch. He's larger than life, in many ways more like the industrial giants .... It sits on ...

The Independent

The Independent

MARK MAYNARD: Haywood's book definitely worth the read
The Independent
A new book written by Philip Haywood, the winningest coach in Kentucky high school football. Posted: Monday, January 19, 2015 3:02 pm. MARK MAYNARD: Haywood's book definitely worth the read By MARK MAYNARD The Independent The Independent ...

Erie County Real Estate Transactions
Buffalo News
31 Boxelder Lane, Cimato Enterprises Inc. to Ryan Homes of New York; Nvr Inc., $62,800. .... 31 Lord, New Trendz Home Improvement Inc. to Allanallan Company Inc., $35,000. .... 44 Preston Road, James P. Tauriello to Jamilah C. White, $55,500.

November 2014 Montgomery County land transfers
Roanoke Times
Legacy Builders NRV Inc. to Bryant Keith Rowland, 1820 New London Court, lot 36, phase III, Sterling Manor, Blacksburg, $607,398.70, Nov. 26. Michael L. Madigan to Michael Alan Marcolini, lot 812, phase VII, Preston Forest, Blacksburg, $616,400, Nov. 21.

Mark Maynard: Family endures an unthinkable tragedy: 11/20/14
The Independent
This one is going to be different. Today I'm writing about Nathan Andrew Clark, a 13-year-old boy I never met and never even knew existed until hearing of his tragic death on Friday night. He has no real ties to our community either. Frankly, he ...

Vanity Fair


Work-from-home offers are usually scams
That outfit was reportedly Preston Lord Enterprises in Basking Ridge, N.J.. Given that many people remain desperate to make extra cash, it never hurts to throw a bucket of reality on some too-hot-to-believe promises. Did you spot the trick phrase in ...

Contact 6 exposes work-from-home
For a fee, a company called Preston Lord Enterprises sends envelopes, letters and mailing labels to paying participants – like Joan. She would then get paid for doing what's known as “envelope stuffing”, then sending them out through the mail ...

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