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  • More Americans see influence of religion waning: poll

    More Americans see influence of religion waning: poll
    (Reuters) - Nearly three-quarters of the public think religion is losing influence in American life and a growing number want religion to play more of a role in politics, according to a poll released on Monday. The share of Americans who say churches and...
  • Shop closures leave future of Irvine's aging Woodbridge Village Center in doubt

    Shop closures leave future of Irvine's aging Woodbridge Village Center in doubt
    Children scamper across the once-vibrantly painted tiles in the small playground in the middle of the Woodbridge Village Center in Irvine. The hand-painted tiles, some portraying pictures of butterflies and gardens, were the creation of Irvine's...
  • ADT offers new remote and mobile security products

    ADT's chief innovation officer Arthur Orduņa talks into his smartphone to check the security and lights at his Delray Beach home. The ADT app recognizes his voice. "Security status" he says, receiving confirmation that all is well. "Light status," he...
  • Traffic concerns growing over Minto West development plan

    Traffic concerns growing over Minto West development plan
    Palm Beach County officials fear that local roads can't handle the influx of traffic expected if developers get their wish to build a host of new neighborhoods and shopping centers on Loxahatchee area farmland. Proposed developments could bring nearly...
  • Small businesses prime for expansion, survey finds

    Small businesses prime for expansion, survey finds
    More than 80 percent of small businesses in South and Central Florida expect to meet or exceed their revenue goals in 2014, according to a survey by TD Bank released Tuesday. The survey also showed that 60 percent of Hispanic owners report higher...
  • 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...
  • Grants help Frankfort businesses expand

    Grants help Frankfort businesses expand
    Frankfort officials on Oct. 20 shelled out more than $65,000 to entice three business expansions — including a sprawling sports complex — and named a longtime employee utilities director. Xpress Solutions, a logistics firm, and Roma Sports...
  • Mokena touts Meijer as 'promise kept'

    Mokena touts Meijer as 'promise kept'
    The grand opening last weekend of a long-awaited Meijer store was cited Monday as an example of Mokena's ongoing plans for economic development. Trustee John Mazzorana said some people thought the economic downturn of the last few years would prevent...
  • Mokena OKs sports practice facility plan

    Mokena OKs sports practice facility plan
    Mokena trustees voted Monday to allow Velocity All Sports to operate a practice and competition facility for volleyball and basketball enthusiasts. The building at 9120 W. 191st St. will have 50,000 square feet devoted to indoor sports, with six...
  • L.A. small-business owners weigh both sides of a wage hike

    L.A. small-business owners weigh both sides of a wage hike
    Some weeks, Gaston Letelier forgoes his own pay so he can afford to keep running his Meltdown Comics & Collectibles store in Hollywood. Before the economy crashed, he paid for his employees' health insurance. But the downturn forced customers to save...
  • Instead of prohibiting bad reviews, firms should improve service

    Instead of prohibiting bad reviews, firms should improve service
    Nobody likes to be criticized — especially online, where negative opinions can proliferate like cockroaches. Some companies are trying to head off bad comments and reviews. They're placing provisions in their contracts that impose hefty...