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  • Community group lobbying for fiber Internet investment in Baltimore

    Community group lobbying for fiber Internet investment in Baltimore
    Baltimore was among dozens of disappointed cities when Google announced it had picked Kansas City, Mo., for a high-speed fiber-optic data network in 2011, but officials vowed to continue fighting for fiber nonetheless. Nearly four years later, some...
  • Yelp adds hotel and winery bookings with new partnerships

    Yelp adds hotel and winery bookings with new partnerships
    Travelers often turn to Yelp to check out consumer reviews of hotels before they go on vacation, and now they can book a room directly through its site and app thanks to a partnership with start-up Hipmunk. Yelp made the announcement on its official...
  • Easton budget hearing focuses on EIT increase for non-residents

    Easton budget hearing focuses on EIT increase for non-residents
    Easton City Council is knee-deep in budget discussions, and one of the hot items being considered is whether non-residents should see their earned income tax increase. The 2015 draft budget would increase collections of non-resident earned income tax by...
  • Palette and Brush Club has a lot to offer

    Are you interested in art, but just haven't found the right niche to help your work progress? Or maybe you're not necessarily an artist, but looking for a cultural club that offers a wide range of activities in a welcoming atmosphere? Then there is a...
  • H.B. council hopeful Posey wants fewer prohibitions, more businesses

    H.B. council hopeful Posey wants fewer prohibitions, more businesses
    Huntington Beach City Council candidate Michael Posey says he's had enough of the council banning consumer items — from plastic bags to sales of cats and dogs. He said he and many residents he has heard from are fed up with council members...
  • State approves rates for small business health insurance

    Some small businesses in Maryland will see a small drop in health insurance premiums next year, while others will pay as much as 11 percent more to cover their workers, according to rates released by state regulators Friday. The rates, which go into...
  • High security planned for proposed Naperville medical marijuana dispensary

    High security planned for proposed Naperville medical marijuana dispensary
    A proposed medical marijuana dispensary on Naperville's west side was met with concerns about parking and impact on neighboring businesses this week. Greenway Herbal Care would like to open an 1,800-square-foot facility in a commercial building at 424...
  • 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...
  • Return mayor, commissioners, to manage growth in Wilton Manors

    Return mayor, commissioners, to manage growth in Wilton Manors
    Wilton Manors is undergoing big change, with a number of major renovations along Dixie Highway and Wilton Drive. To oversee those changes, voters are about to select their next mayor and fill two hotly contested commission seats. Mayor Gary Resnick...
  • United Technologies Saw Higher Sales In Third Quarter

    United Technologies Saw Higher Sales In Third Quarter
    Third quarter profits jumped 12 percent at United Technologies Corp. on an adjusted basis as all five of the company's divisions reported higher sales, the company said Tuesday. The Hartford parent company of Otis elevators and Pratt & Whitney aircraft...
  • Foley, Malloy Vie For Municipal Leaders' Support

    Foley, Malloy Vie For Municipal Leaders' Support
    Connecticut’s gubernatorial contenders battled Tuesday for the support of local mayors and first selectmen, pledging to preserve municipal aid and to ease pressure on property taxpayers. But both Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Tom Foley were light on...