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  • 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...
  • Navy celebrates birthday with Fleet Week events

    The U.S. Navy, local businesses and civic organizations are holding a slew of events over two weeks celebrating Fleet Week in Hampton Roads and the service's anniversary. The Navy turns 239 on Monday. The Fleet Week Golf Tournament will be held...
  • Netflix's Aggressive Move Into Movies to Shake Up the Business

    In just 48 hours, Netflix sent the movie biz spinning -- and where it stops is anyone's guess. The streaming giant made it clear last week that after challenging the TV industry, it now has designs on the bigscreen. Netflix announced two...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    VINCENT GERING has been named account executive at First Generation in Allentown. Gering will work to help the company meet its clients' needs as well as identify and pursue new accounts to expand its business. Gering has experience in managing and...
  • Poquoson Planning Commission considers electronic signs for public schools and government

    Poquoson's Planning Commission is considering amending its sign ordinance to allow electronic message signs to be used by the City of Poquoson and Poquoson City Public Schools. Subdivisions, neighborhoods or communities would not be allowed to have...
  • Middletown Man Charged With Avoiding Taxes On Tobacco Sales

    Middletown Man Charged With Avoiding Taxes On Tobacco Sales
    A tobacco wholesaler with businesses in Berlin, Hamden, Danbury, Massachusetts and a large distribution warehouse in Pennsylvania faces federal charges that he cheated Connecticut and Massachusetts of an estimated $43 million in tobacco tax revenue....
  • No changes made to La Cañada sign ordinance

    No changes made to La Cañada sign ordinance
    A years-long debate on whether electronic message centers perform a community service or are a potentially distracting nuisance was settled Monday night after a heated discussion among a divided La Cañada Flintridge City Council. Council members opted...
  • Malloy, Foley Debate New Jobs Report

    Malloy, Foley Debate New Jobs Report
    NORTH BRANFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy visited a lighting factory Monday to celebrate Connecticut's biggest monthly job gain in two decades. But less than 2 minutes into his press conference highlighting a report showing businesses added 10,100...
  • Damen Blue Line stop to close Monday for 2 months of renovations

    Damen Blue Line stop to close Monday for 2 months of renovations
    Step aside, Shia LaBeouf and Lindsay Lohan. The CTA Blue Line has been stealing the spotlight for some odd incidents lately. The line has generated some eyebrow-raising headlines, from a man charged with opening fire – with an assault rifle...
  • State Environmental Official Tours Middletown Development Sites

    MIDDLETOWN — During a tour of city projects Wednesday, the state's top environmental official rode a lift to the roof of an old factory building in the north end to view arrays of solar panels producing power for new businesses inside. Reaching the...