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Wednesday 04/23/2014

ALEXANDRIA, Va., April 23, 2014/ PRNewswire-USNewswire/-- On Wednesday, the 60 Plus Association released its second TV and radio advertisements in five states and Washington, D.C. The advertisements emphasize the special advantages afforded to big banks as part of the legislation, point to recent news reports that a former Countrywide executive is a key figure in...

 

April 23-- WEST BURLINGTON-- Paul Ganakes is upset about his mother falling at the Great River Klein Center in West Burlington, and he spent most of Tuesday telling everyone about it. On Tuesday, Ganakes stood in front of Great River Medical Center on the corner of Gear Avenue and Division Street in West Burlington holding two signs with photos of his mother with a...

 

The order, signed Wednesday morning by Roane County Criminal Court Judge E. Eugene Eblen, immediately suspends the $250,000 cash bond that secured Shawn Nelson Smoot's release in March 2013 from custody in Roane County. After his late-night arrest Monday in McMinn County, Smoot, 42, posted a $2,000 bond Tuesday afternoon in McMinn County and was released from...

 

April 23-- North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm recently served a cease and desist order against Robert Lewis Heier, a resident of Kathryn, N.D., and his business, Dakota Bond& Tracking, in Valley City. The order alleges Heier wrote bail bonds in North Dakota over a two-year period without having the necessary authorization to do so legally.

 

Homeowners and people over 30 scored higher on a 13- question "Real Estate IQ" quiz than non-homeowners and people under 30, according to ERA Real Estate, a global franchising leader. Among all respondents, the average score was 73%, demonstrating a consumer knowledge gap that underscores the importance of working with a real estate professional.

 

The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein; Special Agent in Charge Stephen E. Vogt of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and Special Agent in Charge Thomas J. Kelly of the Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation, Washington, D.C. Field Office. These individuals were focused on their own...