Richmond University Medical Center will open an ambulatory center later this year … and more

January 07, 2010 05:00PM

1. Queens man arrested for filing fraudulent papers to collect foreclosure surplus money [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
2. Richmond University Medical Center will open an ambulatory center later this year [SI Live]
3. Troubled Alphabet City shop Ray’s Candy Store may shutter if two months of rent isn’t paid by Friday [Eater]
4. Open doors at the Upper West Side Apple Store waste energy, West Side Independent charges [West Side Independent]
5. Barbara Corcoran answers a reader’s question about renting out a Staten Island home [NYDN]
6. Policymakers at the Federal Reserve wary of a housing recovery [Gainseville Sun]
7. Two reasons why the NAR pending home sales report isn’t a big deal [Newsweek]
8. Brooklyn Friends School looks at three alternate sites for new educational center [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Century 21 founder dies [NYT]


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