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  • Fresh Produce: Will a bankrupt business honor gift cards?

    Fresh Produce: Will a bankrupt business honor gift cards?
    A reader asks about gift cards for the clothing retailer Fresh Produce, which has filed for bankruptcy protection. If the company goes down the Chapter 11 rabbit hole, are the gift cards still good? I get asked this question a lot -- pretty much any...
  • Village Board welcomes four homes proposed for Belluomini site

     Village Board welcomes four homes proposed for Belluomini site
    The Hinsdale Village Board likes the plans for a four-lot subdivision a developer wants to build on the Belluomini property. David Weekley Homes, based in Schaumburg, has proposed building four single-family homes on the northwest corner of Madison...
  • Jennifer Rubin: What's Marco Rubio's secret?

    Jennifer Rubin: What's Marco Rubio's secret?
    More than other 2016 presidential entrants, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., seems to have positively affected, even excited, Republicans. Ross Douthat writes, "Rubio more than most candidates fits the way most Republicans want to think about their party and...
  • Northampton power plant asks for higher lead emissions level

    Northampton power plant asks for higher lead emissions level
    Northampton Generating Co. has asked state regulators to significantly increase the limit on the amount of lead it can emit into the atmosphere. The company's power plant, at 1 Horwith Drive in Northampton on the border with Allen Township, burns...
  • Hidden Rolex helped unravel bankruptcy for S. Fla. doctor and his wife

    Hidden Rolex helped unravel bankruptcy for S. Fla. doctor and his wife
    When bankruptcy officials paid a surprise visit to the Boca Raton home of a onetime successful doctor and his wife, they noticed that an expensive-looking watch suddenly disappeared from the wife's wrist. Dr. Richard Krugman asked his wife, Tamara...
  • America's airline CEOs cry foul about foreign competition

    America's airline CEOs cry foul about foreign competition
    Chief executives of America's largest airlines brought their campaign against Persian Gulf carriers to Chicago this week, claiming three Middle East airlines benefit unfairly from government subsidies. On Tuesday, those U.S. carriers released what...
  • Letters to the editor

    Congress must commit to public transit In the coming weeks, Congress will debate the future of the federal programs that fund the nation's transportation infrastructure. The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act expires May 31, and the...
  • Gateway Village owner files for Chapter 11 on eve of auction

    Gateway Village owner files for Chapter 11 on eve of auction
    The owners of Orlando Gateway Village, a $500 million retail and residential complex near Orlando International Airport, have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy for the second time in two years. The complex includes two restaurants, a Bonefish Grill and...
  • 'Full House' to return -- but will Olsen twins?

    'Full House' to return -- but will Olsen twins?
    After months of speculation, John Stamos made it official on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Monday night: "Full House" is returning. The sequel to the popular sitcom, which was a staple of television from 1987 to 1995, will be called "Fuller House" and will...
  • Former Lehigh County jail doctor gets 3 1/2 years in prison for cheating taxpayers

    Former Lehigh County jail doctor gets 3 1/2 years in prison for cheating taxpayers
    PHILADELPHIA — Dr. Erik Von Kiel attended medical school, sent four of his children to college and collected disability benefits when he was unable to work — all with the help of U.S. taxpayers. But for more than 12 years, Von Kiel went to...
  • Robert Schuller eulogized as pastor who spoke the people's language

    Robert Schuller eulogized as pastor who spoke the people's language
    Robert H. Schuller's children said he did the work of many men — as a visionary, as a pastor to millions, as a religious translator who knew how to speak the people's language. More than 1,000 mourners gathered in Garden Grove on Monday, outside...