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  • Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants for 2014

      LA Times Celebrates Second-Annual Dining Guide with a Pair of Bite Nites LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Times will publish Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants, the definitive guide to local dining, on May 18th. New this year, the 101 will...
  • Md. should reject Exelon-Pepco merger [Letter]

    Md. should reject Exelon-Pepco merger [Letter]
    The letter "Exelon has been a good partner" (Oct. 8) misses the point when describing the merger between Exelon and Pepco. Maryland PIRG is calling on the Maryland Public Service Commission (MPSC) to reject the merger. The Chicago based nuclear power...
  • 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...
  • Voters face big decisions on 3 amendments

    Voters face big decisions on 3 amendments
    Florida voters have three far-reaching constitutional amendments to consider on the Nov. 4 ballot this year. One would earmark billions of dollars for land and water conservation. Another would decide which governor would appoint replacements for...
  • Industry Group Sues State, Says It Skipped Impact Study On Gas Expansion

    Industry Group Sues State, Says It Skipped Impact Study On Gas Expansion
    Heating oil dealers are suing the state's environmental agency for allegedly skipping a major impact review when it fast-tracked the Malloy administration's plan to expand the availability of natural gas in Connecticut. The lawsuit, filed Friday in...
  • Experts: If put on the block, Panthers would likely top Bills' sales price

    Buffalo's NFL franchise is selling to a new owner for $1.4 billion. So what are the Carolina Panthers worth? Forbes magazine's latest estimate values Charlotte's pro football franchise at $1.25 billion, No. 17 among 32 teams and far behind the Dallas...
  • 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...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Valley Energy Wore Orange To Raise Awareness & Fight Hunger

    Valley Energy staff members in Canton wore orange on September 4th to help raise awareness, fight hunger in support of September being named nationwide as Hunger Action Month. In addition to Wearing Orange for Hunger Relief in Connecticut, the staff...
  • Lehigh Valley company news

    Lehigh Valley company news
    Boyertown construction company earns awards Hollenbach Construction Inc. received two awards during a recent Associated Builders and Contractors achievement dinner. Awards were given for the Boyertown company's long-standing membership and support...
  • Peninsula Chambers to launch private benefits exchange

    Peninsula Chambers to launch private benefits exchange
    Virginia employers, particularly small businesses, could have more flexibility in how they offer health insurance and other benefits to workers with the Virginia Chamber of Commerce's launch of a private exchange. The exchange, called the Virginia...
  • It's crazy, but Congress taxes our patience -- again

    Call me crazy, but once again, Congress taxes our patience. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results. Which means one thing: I am positively certifiable. The reason? I trusted Congress. Again....