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  • Many seniors trying to retire with a mortgage

    Many seniors trying to retire with a mortgage
    When Tom Greco bought his four-bedroom home three decades ago, he assumed he'd pay off the mortgage before retirement — just as his parents did. Things didn't work out that way. Instead, his $4,500 monthly mortgage payments — a consequence...
  • ABC's 'Forever' compelling, but predictability may limit life

     ABC's 'Forever' compelling, but predictability may limit life
    All I want is a show in which a handsome Old World native, inexplicably cursed with immortality and a New York address, solves murders while contemplating the nature of life without things spiraling out of control almost immediately. Am I asking for the...
  • 'Marked unit' mimics NYC cop car

    It looks like a genuine New York City squad car, but this marked unit is really just an undercover look-alike for special events. It's next appearance: the Broward Sheriff's Office Sept. 11 memorial at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Signature Grand in...
  • NBC picks up 'Constantine,' 'The Mysteries of Laura' and 'A to Z'

    NBC picks up 'Constantine,' 'The Mysteries of Laura' and 'A to Z'
    NBC's 2014-15 lineup continued to take shape Thursday, as the network picked up three new series, "Constantine," "A to Z" and "The Mysteries of Laura." Solidifying a trend for shows adapted from comic books, "Constantine" is based on the “...
  • Weigel Broadcasting launches cop show digital TV network

    Weigel Broadcasting launches cop show digital TV network
    Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting has quietly launched a new digital TV network featuring iconic police shows such as “Hill Street Blues” and “NYPD Blue.” The new network is called H&I, which stands for Heroes and Icons. It...
  • Northwestern prof: Goodell in 'hot water' over Rice debacle

    Northwestern prof: Goodell in 'hot water' over Rice debacle
    Roger Goodell’s mishandling of the Ray Rice domestic violence affair probably has National Football League owners weighing whether he should be replaced as commissioner, according to management and public relations experts. “He’s in...
  • New York terror threat boosts commuter security

    NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday the metropolitan area remains under threat of terrorist attack, and that commuters will see an increased security presence in the city and at transit points as a result. Cuomo and New Jersey Gov....
  • SW Police Department hires three new employees

    The South Windsor Police Department hired three new employees on Sept. 22. Officer Jared Richards, Officer Jacob Truebig, and dispatcher Lawrence Dudley, Jr. said they are all excited to be joining the force. As of now, the officers have been fitted for...
  • Ion Television To Launch Primetime Syndie Run of 'Rookie Blue' In Fall of 2014

    ION Television is adding police drama series "Rookie Blue" from the Disney-ABC Television Group to its general entertainment lineup. "We're excited to enter into this agreement with the Disney-ABC Television Group and provide our audience with this...
  • #myNYPD Twitter campaign boomerangs across the nation

    #myNYPD Twitter campaign boomerangs across the nation
    The New York Police Department has learned the hard way that Twitter is a two-edged sword with a point that has deeply embedded itself into the department's self-image. The department this week decided to stick a virtual toe into the 21st century by...
  • Best-sellers: Hardcover fiction and nonfiction, plus Chicagoland hits

    Best-sellers: Hardcover fiction and nonfiction, plus Chicagoland hits
    HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "The Collector" by Nora Roberts (Putnam, $27.95). A house sitter and an artist try to solve a murder-suicide. Last week: — 2. "I've Got You Under My Skin" by Mary Higgins Clark (Simon and Schuster, $26.99). A television...