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  • Of Homestead's 21,300 mortgages, nearly 9,000 are severely delinquent, with 6,100 homes in a state of foreclosure and more than 900 owned by the bank and likely empty, CoreLogic said.

    Rising Gas Prices Hit Home

  • Homestead's population, now about 50,000, rose dramatically during this time as thousands of homes were built and sold.

    Rising Gas Prices Hit Home

  • On a recent day, Mexican migrant workers crossed paths with African-Americans and whites outside Publix, a major supermarket next to one of the turnpike exits where much of Homestead's development is centered.

    A City Rebuilt and Redefined

  • In addition to sheer numbers, the influx of people brought a new diversity to a city that until then had been populated and run by the last of the "good old boy network" that reigned in South Florida before immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean transformed it during the last century, said Lynda Bell, Homestead's mayor since last year and the first woman to hold the post.

    A City Rebuilt and Redefined

  • For the next decade, the only engines fueling Homestead's economy were the tomato, potato and tree farms that historically lined the margins of U.S.

    A City Rebuilt and Redefined

  • Homestead's attempt to curb the condo-building boom follows efforts by the city of Hallandale Beach, north of Miami, which paused development in order to develop a master plan.

    Block That Condo

  • "They all look at me funny when I walk out there with paint ball guns," said Homestead's Scott Randall, the Californian in charge of getting me in and out alive.

    Taking Aim

  • As someone who was familiar with Homestead's work, thanks for saying something that needs to be said.

    Project Homestead: The Inside Story You Haven't Heard

  • Homestead Technologies Intuit Inc. agreed to purchase Homestead Technologies Inc., a closely held provider of online-marketing products and services, for about $170 million, including the assumption of Homestead's outstanding options and restricted stock units.

    Intuit Agrees to Acquire

  • The group, called SOAR--Save Our Appalachian Ridges--plans to circulate petitions in business locations throughout the county and at the Reynolds Homestead's Spring Frolic May 6.

    From On High

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