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  • Bill seeks payment to autistic woman raped in state care

    Bill seeks payment to autistic woman raped in state care
    A severely mentally disabled woman, raped and impregnated in a state-supervised Orlando group home 12 years ago, would get $950,000 from state taxpayers if Florida lawmakers approve a new relief bill. The bill, introduced this week, would provide money...
  • Financial advising firm focuses on professional athletes

    Financial advising firm focuses on professional athletes
    When a new professional athlete gets that first big paycheck, it can be hard to suppress the desire to splurge on a sports car, luxury condo or whatever catches his or her fancy. Friends, family and associates might come looking for a piece, whether it'...
  • Costa Mesa Senior Center celebrates remodel

    City officials and more than 200 seniors celebrated the reopening of the Costa Mesa Senior Center on Friday morning after a two-month rehabilitation project. The center on West 19th Street closed in November to undergo about $200,000 in renovations....
  • Bud Selig to earn $6M a year in retirement

    Bud Selig to earn $6M a year in retirement
    Commissioner Bud Selig will receive a salary of about $6 million annually in retirement, ESPN.com reported Friday. Selig, who officially retires on Jan. 25 when Rob Manfred takes over, started running Major League Baseball as chairman of the executive...
  • Hallmark introduces new line in Allentown shop

    Hallmark introduces new line in Allentown shop
    Hallmark has been synonymous with holidays for generations. Customers looking for Christmas cards, gift wrap and ornaments know they can find them in one quick stop at shops filled with the sounds and scents of the season. This year, a new product...
  • Private Medicare provider Florida Healthcare Plus to be liquidated on Jan. 1

    Private Medicare provider Florida Healthcare Plus to be liquidated on Jan. 1
    About 8,847 members of the private Medicare program Florida Healthcare Plus Inc. must enroll in new private Medicare programs or be automatically enrolled in the original fee-for-services Medicare with a prescription drug plan, the Florida Department of...
  • Frankfort expects near full recovery of defrauded investment

    Frankfort expects near full recovery of defrauded investment
    Frankfort's village administrator expects the town will recover nearly all of the $140,000 it has tied up in a short-term investment fund that's been defrauded of $50.4 million. Village administrator Jerry Ducay also is board chairman of the Illinois...
  • Florida Healthcare Plus ordered liquidated

    Florida Healthcare Plus ordered liquidated
    Thousands of seniors on Medicare plans offered by Florida Healthcare Plus will need to pick new coverage next month. A circuit court judge in Tallahassee has ordered the Coral Gables-based company into receivership and liquidated by Jan. 1. Florida...
  • Former bar demolished in Tinley Park

    Former bar demolished in Tinley Park
    A building that was home to a variety of bars and restaurants over the years in Tinley Park has been demolished. The 7,000-square-foot building at 6820 W. 179th St., which was most recently the Blue Fox Bar & Grill, was purchased earlier this year,...
  • Lawyers: Icahn money could keep Trump Taj Mahal open in 2015

    WILMINGTON, Del. — The Trump Taj Mahal, a casino hotel in New Jersey's struggling Atlantic City gambling hub, could stay open for all of 2015 with a $20 million financing package from investor Carl Icahn, lawyers for Trump Entertainment Resorts said...
  • Hedwin closing Baltimore plant and moving to Delaware

    Hedwin closing Baltimore plant and moving to Delaware
    After nearly 70 years in Baltimore, the plastic container maker Hedwin Corp. will start moving operations to Delaware early next year, with plans to shut its local operations down by 2017, its top executive said Monday. When Fujimori Kogyo Co. Ltd....