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  • Cole Digges House, former Carrot Tree location, remains empty

    Cole Digges House, former Carrot Tree location, remains empty
    YORKTOWN — A few kitchen appliances and teal-green shutters are all that is left of the Cole Digges House's former occupant. The building has sat empty since December when the popular Carrot Tree restaurant moved out following a two-year...
  • International Paper again Isle of Wight County's No. 1 taxpayer

    International Paper again Isle of Wight County's No. 1 taxpayer
    International Paper is once again Isle of Wight's largest taxpayer, paying the county more than $3 million in real estate, property, business equipment, machinery and tools over the previous fiscal year. This represents a huge resurgence in revenue...
  • Lazy summer days are a time to recharge

    As the temperature rises and the day lengthens, summer slowdown creeps into almost every workplace. But this summer, a growing number of professionals are strategically using the downtime to rebalance. Experts estimate that when vacation mindset seeps...
  • U.S. small business confidence edges lower, still near six-year high

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. small business sentiment weakened in June, pulling back from a six-year high because firms felt less confident the economy would improve in the coming months. The National Federation of Independent Business said on Tuesday its...
  • Reaching out, one interview at a time

    Reaching out, one interview at a time
    The couple on the bench in front of the basketball courts looked approachable enough — more ready for a conversation than the shirtless men who hustled behind them under the net. The woman busied herself with a Mitch Albom book, while her partner...
  • Russian man accused of stealing 200,000 credit-card numbers

    SEATTLE The U.S. Secret Service has arrested a Russian man indicted on charges that he stole more than 200,000 credit-card numbers from U.S. retailers. According to Secret Service officials, Saturday's arrest marks one of the agency's most significant...
  • Orlando considers ban on transgender discrimination

    Orlando considers ban on transgender discrimination
    Orlando may outlaw discrimination against transgender people, forbidding businesses and landlords from denying employment, housing or public accommodation to those who identify themselves as a member of the opposite sex. If the City Council approves,...
  • Small-business optimism drops despite upbeat hiring plans

    Small-business optimism drops despite upbeat hiring plans
    Small-business owners were less optimistic about the economy last month despite reporting their best job creation plans since 2007, according to a leading private survey released Tuesday. The optimism index from the National Federation of Independent...
  • Winter Park merchants see business bounce from SunRail

    Winter Park merchants see business bounce from SunRail
    SunRail has exceeded ridership estimates in its early months of operation, and it's exceeding expectations in another way, too. The commuter train is being credited with boosting the bottom line for businesses near the Winter Park station, which is...
  • Armed men burn police camp, homes and vehicles on Kenya coast

    MOMBASA Kenya (Reuters) - Armed assailants have attacked a camp of police reservists and burned down nearby homes and businesses, a regional official said on Tuesday, as violence escalates on Kenya's northern coast. But there were no reported deaths...
  • Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover

    Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover
    This week another piece of the redevelopment of downtown Towson falls into place as a 90,000-square-foot, 15-screen Cinemark theater ushers in its first moviegoers Thursday. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Towson Square and the theater...