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WATERTOWN — Local developer Michael E. Lundy will soon own the CANI Spine Center and Sports Physical Therapy on outer Washington Street and merge it with the Washington Summit Medical and Professional Complex.

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DEFERIET — The owner of Regis Court Apartments will soon close the complex due to its costs and plans to work with existing tenants to find them new homes.

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Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rebounded in February to the fastest pace in almost a year, topping estimates and snapping a three-month streak of declines to offer a robust indication that the housing market is stabilizing after last year’s slump.

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ALEXANDRIA BAY — The developer who 2½ years ago bought the former Bonnie Castle Recreation Center on Route 12 has found a potential buyer for the old ice arena and some adjacent acreage: the town of Alexandria.

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EVANS MILLS — A state Supreme Court judge has ordered Jefferson County to take ownership of a dilapidated former Borden milk plant on Factory Street here.

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WATERTOWN — State Supreme Court Judge James P. McClusky has dismissed a lawsuit against the city over its lease with the Watertown Golf Club.

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WATERTOWN — State Supreme Court Judge James P. McClusky has dismissed a lawsuit against the city over its lease with the Watertown Golf Club.

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BOONVILLE — There may be good times ahead for the Hulbert House: it has a new owner who may be interested in restoring it to its former glory.

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WATERTOWN — State Supreme Court Judge James P. McClusky reserved decision Thursday on whether the city’s lease with the Watertown Golf Club in Thompson Park should be voided as a matter of law.

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WATERTOWN — A state Supreme Court judge is slated to hear arguments Thursday on three motions for summary judgment in a lawsuit over the city’s lease with the Watertown Golf Club.

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WATERTOWN — The Watertown Golf Club filed a cross motion for summary judgment Thursday in its legal dispute with the owner of Ives Hill Country Club.

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WATERTOWN — With the help of several organizations in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties, the Points North Housing Coalition will host an open house today to help homeless people .