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  • Bring The Whalers Home To Hartford

    Bring The Whalers Home To Hartford
    The Whalers need to return to Hartford. Here's looking at you, National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman. The Whalers belong in Connecticut. We still have a strong fan base, and indeed, low ticket sales can't be blamed as the reason the Whalers...
  • Proposal won't revive downtown Quakertown

    Contrary to the headline — "A way to revive Quakertown?" — of your recent article regarding Quakertown's Gateway being the key to the town's revival, I believe this project will prove to be disastrous to many of the existing businesses that...
  • Garcetti's budget adds more firefighters, overhauls 911 dispatch

    Garcetti's budget adds more firefighters, overhauls 911 dispatch
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's first proposed budget calls for hiring 140 firefighters and the start of a sweeping overhaul of the city's 911 dispatch system, part of a bid to speed the response to hundreds of thousands of calls for help each year....
  • Steve Koonin Leaves Time Warner's Turner For Atlanta Hawks

    Steve Koonin, who as entertainment chief at Time Warner's Turner unit presided over a long run of growth at big cable networks like TNT, TBS, truTV and TCM, as well as a streak of aggressive, sometimes maverick promotional maneuvers, is leaving his post...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Abilities Without Boundaries Launches Spring Programming

    Are you dreading spring cleaning? Just can't get motivated to tend to that lawn after the snow has melted? Well, Abilities Without Boundaries (AWB), Cheshire's premiere nonprofit, is here to help! AWB's lawn care program is back for the second year in...
  • The peril of a plastic bag ban

    The peril of a plastic bag ban
    Chicago Ald. Proco "Joe" Moreno, 1st, makes a compelling argument that the city has a problem with plastic grocery bags. Look in the trees. Look at the street curbs. Bags waft through this city. But look around again. You won't see a Dominick's...
  • More homes, more people, new hope for Winter Springs Town Center

    More homes, more people, new hope for Winter Springs Town Center
    Mike Patel opened his liquor store in the Winter Springs Town Center in late 2001, when construction of the center was just underway and expectations were high. Patel, along with city leaders and other business owners at the time, envisioned the Town...
  • Businesses cited for false burglar alarms

    Upper Macungie Township police said Sunday they have cited three businesses for having four or more false burglar alarms within the past 12 months. The businesses are Wacker Chemical Corp., 6870 Tilghman St.; Tractor Supply Co., 7450 Hamilton Blvd.;...
  • Colleges now try to foster the entrepreneurial spirit

    In a fishbowl-like room in Lehigh University's Wilbur Powerhouse, abstract ideas take on physical form. A 3D printer cranks out computer-generated designs, half-finished projects spill across work tables and scribbled notes fill blackboards in the...
  • 04/14: Business events

    04/14: Business events
    Chamber Winter Park: Small Business Education Series, Community Relations ROI, 8 a.m. April 18; Winter Park Welcome Center/Chamber of Commerce, 151 W. Lyman Ave. Cost: free to Chamber members, $10 for nonmembers. Details: 407-644-8281. East Lake...
  • Low-wage workers pay the price of nickel-and-diming by employers

    Low-wage workers pay the price of nickel-and-diming by employers
    The continuing push for higher minimum wages across the country has much to recommend it, but the campaign shouldn't keep us from recognizing a truly insidious practice that impoverishes low-wage workers all the more. It's known as wage theft. Wage...