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  • RadioShack will close 15 Baltimore-area stores by March 31

    RadioShack will close 15 Baltimore-area stores by March 31
    RadioShack will close 35 Maryland stores by March 31, including 15 in the Baltimore area, as part of the retailer's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. The Fort Worth, Texas-based electronics chain announced the bankruptcy last week, saying it would sell up to...
  • Abortion clinic closes, avoids fine after fatality

    Abortion clinic closes, avoids fine after fatality
    When 18-year-old Antonesha Ross came to the Women's Aid Clinic seeking a first-trimester abortion, a doctor examined her and found that she had an upper respiratory infection with swelling in her throat and "beefy red" tonsils. The abortion would have...
  • Ex-Greensburg police chief faces theft, misconduct counts

    A former Greensburg police chief who investigators say has a gambling problem was arrested Tuesday after an audit found nearly $73,000 in cash missing from a police department property room. Former Chief Stacey L. Chasteen surrendered Tuesday at the...
  • W.Va. chemical spill company's bankruptcy at crossroads

    A federal bankruptcy judge is calling for parties to meet to discuss how to conclude the case of Freedom Industries, whose January 2014 chemical spill caused a tap-water ban for 300,000 people for days. The Charleston Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/...
  • US regulators close small Georgia bank

    Regulators have closed a small lender in Georgia, making it the third U.S. bank failure of 2015 following 18 closures last year. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said Friday that it has taken over Capitol City Bank & Trust Co., based in Atlanta....
  • Sketches of challengers to health care law subsidies

    A look at the four Virginia residents who are suing the Obama administration over the health care overhaul. They all are eligible for subsidies that would significantly reduce the cost of their health insurance premiums, but say they would rather not have...
  • Report: Solar project fizzles, could cost taxpayers millions

    The concept behind the massive solar project sounded simple enough: borrow $88 million to install panels on public buildings in Morris, Somerset and Sussex counties and then sell excess electricity, using the revenues to pay off the debt. The concept was...
  • Missouri lawmakers talk virtual school option for students

    Missouri senators are to consider a measure this week that could expand access to online education for children living near struggling school districts — a proposal that has drawn concerns about accountability for such programs and the potential...
  • America's largest Christian bookstore chain files for bankruptcy

    America's largest Christian bookstore chain files for bankruptcy
    America's biggest Christian bookstore chain, Family Christian Stores, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Michigan company says it won't lay off any employees or close any of its stores, however. Publishers Weekly reports that the chain,...
  • RadioShack could close 16 stores in Hampton Roads

    RadioShack could close 16 stores in Hampton Roads
    RadioShack could close 16 stores in Hampton Roads, including stores in Newport News and Smithfield, as part of its bankruptcy process, according to court documents. Texas-based RadioShack Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, or...
  • The Los Angeles Philharmonic faces up to a daunting future

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic faces up to a daunting future
    On a serene summer evening, Deborah Borda, chief executive of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, settled into her box seat at the Hollywood Bowl. As the musicians took the stage, a woman yelled in Borda's direction: "We can't keep doing Mahler if we want to...