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Staff WriterJuan Ruan, a business owner from Los Angeles who conducts business in the Valley, said the 4G network allows him to conduct business a lot more smoothly. According to Ruan, emails get to clients faster and documents are sent to his customers through...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — Former Rep. Scott Plakon, a Longwood Republican who lost a nasty race to Democrat Karen Castor Dentel last fall, has been in the Capitol this week watching lawmakers rush to pass a ban on Internet cafes in the wake of a federal...
The 28th Annual Taste of Winter Park, presented by CenturyLink, is 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 17 at the Winter Park Farmers Market, 200 W. New England Avenue. More than 40 local eateries and food artisans are participating. Cost is $40 for Winter...
Tags: Winter Park
WINDBER — Felony charges against a borough man accused of misappropriating nearly $61,000 from a Central City-based charity were ordered held for court Monday by District Judge Joseph Cannoni. Justin Michael Wirick, 26, of Graham Avenue, is charged...
Matthew Guthmiller is a Golden Eagle that's flying high. The Aberdeen Central High School senior is working toward getting his commercial pilot license, pitching a business endeavor to investors and finishing up his final quarter of high school. He'...
Daily American Staff Writer @PeteBosakA Windber man faces a preliminary hearing Monday on charges he stole more than $60,000 from a Somerset County nonprofit he felt wasn't paying him enough, according to police. Justin Michael Wirick, 26, of Graham Avenue, is charged with felony counts of...
Tags: Trials, Africa, Theft, Court Preliminary
The Tesla Model S may be a silent car, but other automakers will no doubt hear it coming. In its first crack at a premium sedan, the Silicon Valley electric-car maker has matched or beaten the likes of the Audi A7 or Mercedes-Benz CLS — products...
No sooner did I put out my cry to the universe — "Help! I have to clear out my elderly parents' stuffed-full house and I don't know what to do with it all!" — than it answered. My super second-hand-sales-savvy friend Aaron LaPedis flew...
Applicants sought for environmental committee The City Council is seeking applications for those interested in serving on the city's Environmental Sustainability Committee, according to a city press release. The committee consists of seven members who...
Tags: Human Interest, Media Industry
Chloe, an 85-pound Irish wolfhound, is built like a pony, but the legs that support her splay out at an odd angle. The Aberdeen Area Humane Society is raising money to pay for a $7,000 surgery that is scheduled for Thursday. It's unknown if her legs...
Tags: Birth Defects, American Kennel Club, Weight
It was appropriate that they stamped our hands with smiley faces as we arrived at the Spaghetti for Ella fundraising event in Cementon Sunday evening. What I saw there put a big smile on my face, and I know I wasn't alone. I did a blog post last week...
You're excited about your team being in the Super Bowl, but don’t let your guard down. The Better Business Bureau of Greater Maryland is warning of a variety of ways that fraudsters are taking advantage of football fans. For starters: Beware of...
Tags: Football, Services and Shopping, Ray Lewis, Sports, Ticketmaster
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