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New Study Breaks Down How Americans Spent All Their Money in 2012

Money – we all want it, but once we have it, where does it go?

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Tim Trent On WIBX First News With Keeler In The Morning Discusses North Utica Citizens Meeting

Tim Trent says the meeting about housing registered sex offenders was "inconclusive."  He says there were a lot of people at the meeting.  The questions were asked, the answers he said he is sorry to say, were "inconclusive."  Primarily North Utica residents attended along with other county residents, the mayor, codes representatives, city and county officials, and probation authorities.

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Where Should Convicted Sex Offenders Live?

Some lawmakers and residents of Utica are planning to picket this upcoming weekend, asking area motels not to allow sex offenders to take up residence there.

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NY Real Estate Sentiments Rise, Still Buyer’s Market

Loudonville, NY (WIBX) - New York's real estate market is slowly getting back on its feet, according to the Siena Research Institute.

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Evicted 101-Year-Old Woman Finally Has Her Home Back

Detroit woman Texana Hollis was evicted from the home her late husband bought over 60 years ago last September when her son failed to pay property taxes linked to a reserve mortgage.

Two days after she was kicked to the curve, HUD, the federal agency who did the kicking, reversed course and decided the 101-year-old could move her stuff back into her home. The only problem was the house had been condemned in her absence, and now nobody was allowed to live in it.

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How Much Has the Housing Market Improved? — Dollars and Sense

Seems there’s a bit of a bright spot on the decimated horizon of the real estate market — it looks a lot better than it did a few years ago. But how long before we see a full recovery?

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Utica City Court Implements New Housing Part

Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Utica City Court is implementing a new housing part to expedite cases of alleged code violations.

Beginning February 27th, the part will handle cases of unsafe building concerns, city code charges and civil petitions for demolition of buildings

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Proposed Housing Rule May Mean You Won’t Be Able to Afford Your Dream Home — Dollars and Sense

If you had to put 20 percent down to buy a house, would you be able to do so?

A new study from the Center for Responsible Lending at the University of North Carolina says most people wouldn’t — and it could have dramatic and negative effects on the struggling housing market.

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Still Living With Your Parents as an Adult? Well, You’re Hurting the Economy

While many college grads are only too happy to fly their parents’ nest and get a place of their own, the dip in the economy has meant some can’t — or won’t — until they feel more financially able to do so comfortably. What does this mean for the economy? Unfortunately, nothing good.

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Utica Common Council Approves Housing Plan

Utica, NY (WIBX) - A proposal that puts affordable housing in the Sunset-Hobart-Noyes-Elm Street area has been approved by the Utica Common Council, and now it's onto the state for its approval.

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