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  • Howard County Briefs

    Stress Awareness Day A day of relaxation with herbal teas, seated yoga, meditation, brain stress relievers, acupuncture detoxification and therapeutic laughter will be led by certified instructors, beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday, April 16, at the Bain...
  • Five questions ... for Bill Burwell

    Five questions ... for Bill Burwell
    Bill Burwell wants to see more Maryland firms competing globally. "We want to enable Maryland firms to win in overseas markets," said Burwell, director of the U.S. Commercial Service in Baltimore, the Commerce Department's trade promotion arm and part of...
  • Let's talk about the Comcast experience

    Let's talk about the Comcast experience
    Consumer loyalty, in the digital media era, seems to be as valued as an AOL start-up disk. Customers of most cellphone companies finish their contracts and win the right to keep paying the same high prices that supposedly included the cost of their once-...
  • City presents latest plans for upgrading Waverly Library

    The Waverly library would be about 2,000 square feet bigger than it is now, with a wall of glass, more computers, modernized equipment and separate areas for children and teens, as planned in a $6 million renovation project, Baltimore City library...
  • UPDATE: Cable, Internet rates increase for Cox, Verizon customers

    UPDATE: Cable, Internet rates increase for Cox, Verizon customers
    If you have cable television or Internet service in Hampton Roads, there’s a high chance you will see an increase in your bill this year. Rates for television, Internet and phone services have increased for Cox Communications and Verizon...
  • When public infrastructure goes private

    Consider some of the things that have bound our nation together: Universal postal service at a flat rate, whether you live in Santa Monica or Sitka, Alaska. Interstate highways, built with taxpayer funds and free of tolls. Regulated phone and electric...
  • Athletes only too happy to be 'lab rats'

    Athletes only too happy to be 'lab rats'
    After discovering that a promising new drug caused multiple types of cancer in lab animals, the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline stopped developing the compound. But the failed experimental drug, called GW501516, is making a comeback in another...
  • Consumer Reports: Save on tv, phone and internet

    Consumer Reports: Save on tv, phone and internet
    To save on TV, Internet, and phone bills, many people get all three services from the same company. Those “triple plays” get you steep discounts, but only for a limited time. Then bills often shoot up. But Consumer Reports says there are...
  • Furlough tips, Week 3: Negotiate cable, Internet, and insurance

    Furlough tips, Week 3: Negotiate cable, Internet, and insurance
    About 50,000 federal employees in Hampton Roads face the prospect of furloughs, according to the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. During the furlough, which could last through September, employees could see a 20 percent drop in pay. For...
  • Sinclair Broadcast to become country's largest TV station owner

    Sinclair Broadcast to become country's largest TV station owner
    When Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. completes three deals announced in the past two months, it will own more television stations across the country than any other company. The Hunt Valley company will operate 134 stations in 69 markets, reaching more...
  • Federal workers relieved by limits on online disclosures

    Federal workers relieved by limits on online disclosures
    Details of financial transactions by members of Congress and thousands of high-level federal workers were supposed to be posted online last month for anyone in the world to see — a key step, supporters of the move said, toward greater transparency...