Regional Properties, serving New Haven County since 2005, is proud to announce Kathleen Maturo has joined their Orange office as a real estate agent. She will be assisting property buyers and sellers in Bethany, Orange, Woodbridge, New Haven, Valley and Shoreline.
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Calcagni Real Estate president Steven Calcagni announces the appointment of residential sales agents Gabrielle Siegel of Hamden and B eth Allen-Byrd of Cheshire to the company's Hamden office. A lifelong resident of New Haven County, Gabrielle Siegel currently lives in Hamden.
Today, Malgorzata Karas-Golka, also known as "Margaret," 46, of Newington, pleaded guilty to one count of bank fraud related to the scheme and, on Nov. 3, Carmelinda Marotta, also known as "Linda," 45, of Manchester, pleaded guilty to bank fraud, as well. According to court documents and statements made in court, from approximately June 2005 to July 2010, Filippos Milios, Karas-Golka, Marotta and others conspired to defraud banks and mortgage lenders in obtaining dozens of mortgages for the sale of properties owned by Milios, Karas-Golka and others.
The Connecticut home of the man who carried out the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary school has been demolished. Several neighbors had asked that the 3,100-square-foot house be taken down, saying it was a constant reminder of the tragedy in Newtown.
An embarrassment to both the national and Connecticut state Republican party leadership, Governor John G. Rowland's political career is finally circling the drain. It's difficult to maintain any kind of public support when you're facing an 18-month federal corruption probe, Bill O'Reilly is calling for you to resign, President George W. Bush excludes you from any campaigning on his behalf, and the ranking Republican in the Connecticut state Senate Judiciary Committee describes you as having exhibited an "almost pathological pattern of behavior regarding ethical lapses."
A bill that protected tenants living in properties under foreclosure expired on New Years Eve, leaving tenants across the United States wondering when and if they would arrive home to find their belongings curbside. Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal last week introduced a bill intended to extend the benefits afforded by the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act.
Highlighting the struggle many students and families face trying to pay for college, State Senator Gayle S. Slossberg and Senate Democrats have announced their support for legislation aimed at making college more affordable. "We've reached the point where people are putting their lives on hold because of the overwhelming burden of student debt," said Slossberg.
The same day President Barack Obama signed a memorandum directing federal agencies to do more to help student loan borrowers, the legislature's Banking Committee passed legislation increasing regulation of lenders. The Connecticut bill is just one of many addressing the student loan crisis.
WELLFLEET The phrase "one of a kind" gets thrown around a lot by real estate agents, but this "three-bedroom" home may actually fit the broker hyperbole. Situated on just over of an acre of land overlooking Drummer Cove, the home is a strange cocktail of beauty and utility.