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  • VDOE implements guide for military families with special education students

    The Virginia Department of Education recently completed a new guide for military families who have children in special education. The guide gives answers to questions families might have about the programs available in Virginia's public schools, according...
  • Commentary: I have fought for fair tax policies for 8 years

    I ran to represent Southern California on the Board of Equalization to change the culture at the state's most-comprehensive tax agency. On the board, I have fought to protect taxpayers from overly aggressive tax collectors, to support transparency and...
  • UCC Divestment Has Wrong Target

    The article "Church Asked To Scold Israel" [Oct. 17, Page 1] is just another way of playing into the hands of Israel's detractors and haters. Members of the Connecticut Conference of the United Church of Christ take an aggressive political stand in an...
  • Mipcom: James Murdoch Takes a Shot at Windows

    CANNES -- James Murdoch, co-chief operating officer at 21st Century Fox, took a shot at release windows during his keynote interview at TV market Mipcom on Monday. "We have these windows that are set up. They were set up in order to make more available...
  • 'Tougher' liquor board increases violations, closures

    'Tougher' liquor board increases violations, closures
    The new head of the city liquor board has a message for Baltimore's sometimes out-of-control bar scene: The party's over. In its first three months of action, a revamped liquor board — chaired by Thomas Ward, a tough-talking, 87-year-old former...
  • Ice arena operator who donated $165K to Bolingbrook mayor gets break on rent

    Ice arena operator who donated $165K to Bolingbrook mayor gets break on rent
    At a Bolingbrook Village Board meeting in May, longtime Mayor Roger Claar lamented the high cost of hockey, not only for those who play it but for those who run ice arenas. The Village Board, a group that has supported Claar virtually without dissent...
  • It's crazy, but Congress taxes our patience -- again

    Call me crazy, but once again, Congress taxes our patience. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results. Which means one thing: I am positively certifiable. The reason? I trusted Congress. Again....
  • Hogan, activist and businessman, 'wears his passion on his sleeve'

    Hogan, activist and businessman, 'wears his passion on his sleeve'
    There's nothing particularly subtle about Larry Hogan. The Republican candidate for governor, who is waging a vigorous challenge to Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown despite 2-1 Democratic dominance in Maryland, has delivered a simple, blunt, constantly...
  • Readers illuminate black lights, Depression reunion, Trail's past

    A dip into the Flashback mailbag finds letters about the Orlando Youth Center, the 1935 Labor Day hurricane (and some good that came from it for one Orlando family), and the mom-and-pop motel days of the Orange Blossom Trail. Hanging out at the Hut "I...
  • Why Technology is the Friend, Not the Enemy, of Hollywood (Guest Column)

    Like many Hollywood stories, mine started with Harvey Weinstein. Well, sort of. In 2004, during my freshman year of college, I was lucky enough to land a summer internship at Miramax in New York. As a film school reject, this was the holy grail, and...
  • Businesses prepare for the winter struggle

    Businesses prepare for the winter struggle
    Last winter—season of the fabled Polar Vortex, Chiberia and countless Instagram videos of people tossing boiling water into subzero air—was brutal. This upcoming winter could be nearly as bad, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. People...