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Bankruptcy Judges Found Themselves in the Glare
April 15, 2014 One judge was used to the limelight, the other wasn't. But Thomas Bennett and Mary France found themselves in the glare as...
Amalgamated Backs Harrisburg Water System Refinancing
April 14, 2014 Amalgamated completed a $22 million refinancing with Capital Region Water, in the former Harrisburg Authority's first debt...
Harrisburg Councilwoman Eugenia Smith Dies
April 14, 2014 Harrisburg, Pa., Councilwoman Eugenia Smith died April 11 at Harrisburg Hospital, where she was rushed after becoming ill at...
Unkovic: Bond System Unfair to Issuers
April 14, 2014 The municipal bond system is "set up not to be fair to the issuers," former Harrisburg receiver David Unkovic said at a...
N.Y. City TFA Sells $760M
April 9, 2014 New York City Transitional Finance Authority received about $200 million of retail orders before its $760 million sale of...
Harrisburg's Widener Law to Host Distressed Cities Conference
April 9, 2014 The financial plight of Harrisburg, Pa., goes far beyond incinerator debt financing, according to a Widener Law professor who...
MBTA to Sell $200M of Senior Sales Tax Bonds
April 9, 2014 The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, which operates Greater Boston's mass transit system, intends to sell $200...
Pennsylvania Mayors Back Pension Overhaul Bill
April 8, 2014 A Republican state lawmaker and Democratic mayors are behind an effort to overhaul Pennsylvania's municipal pension system.
Connecticut: High Retail Volume for UConn 2000 Sale
April 8, 2014 Individual orders for the University of Connecticut UConn 2000 bond sale exceeded $168 million, which officials said was the...
De Blasio Names Jiha N.Y. City Finance Commissioner
April 8, 2014 New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio named Jacques Jiha finance commissioner.
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