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  • 2015: A look at the year ahead

    2015: A look at the year ahead
    With 2014 rapidly drawing to a conclusion, it's only appropriate to begin to take stock of the year ahead. An eventful year has passed on the Peninsula and throughout Virginia. What will 2015 bring? Here's what we expect. Shipbuilding Executives...
  • Trot over to Sunset Palms' run, wellness expo

    Sunset Palms Elementary School, a Green School of Quality, will have its second annual TurtleTrot One Mile Run and Wellness Expo at 8 a.m. Jan. 11. The family-friendly event, which is open to everyone, includes a walk/run, live disc jockey entertainment,...
  • Industry disruption: Winners and losers in 2015

    Industry disruption: Winners and losers in 2015
    Think major industries have been disrupted a lot already? Just wait. A new report makes the case that 2015 promises to be the year that long-developing trends and already existing technologies finally upend conventional ways of doing business, posing...
  • Vegetable dishes to toast the New Year

     Vegetable dishes to toast the New Year
    The sparkling wines are chilling; it's time to celebrate the end of a good year and the anticipation of another. After 2014's amazing bounty of good meals, I contemplate the future. Right now, celebration food beckons. I plan to fill the party table...
  • Biz News: Irvine Pavilions to become Haggen store

    The Pavilions supermarket at 3901 Portola Parkway in Irvine will become a Haggen Food & Pharmacy in 2015 as part of Haggen's planned acquisition of 146 stores, including the Albertsons at 3049 E. Coast Hwy. in Corona del Mar. Haggen, a grocery chain...
  • State aims for 'zero' waste, but goal is far off

    State aims for 'zero' waste, but goal is far off
    Trucks start lining up to dump their loads at Baltimore's Quarantine Road landfill before the gates open in the morning. Throughout the day, trash-compactor trucks, dump trucks and tractor-trailers stream into the waste burial ground on Hawkins Point...
  • Elmwood Park, River Grove in 2014: Businesses come and go, but politics carry on

    Elmwood Park, River Grove in 2014: Businesses come and go, but politics carry on
    Over the past year in Elmwood Park, River Grove and Chicago’s Galewood and Mont Clare neighborhoods, there’s been plenty of news to go around. Businesses come and go In River Grove, at Thatcher Woods Shopping Center, progress is slowly being...
  • $6.5 million Metra station proposal tops 2014 'Year in Review'

    $6.5 million Metra station proposal tops 2014 'Year in Review'
    As 2014 comes to an end, the Lake Forester looks back at the biggest stories we reported on this year. Proposal to make Metra station safer stalls without funding A city report specifying exactly how much money would be required to upgrade the West Lake...
  • Grocers, restaurants, food-makers foresee healthy issues in 2015

    Grocers, restaurants, food-makers foresee healthy issues in 2015
    The food industry saw several twists and turns in 2014. Higher costs led to price increases on everything from cheese slices to chocolate bars. Store openings, several in spaces that were closed Dominick's locations, and expanding delivery services gave...
  • Lehigh commissioners considering conflict-of-interest policy

    Lehigh commissioners considering conflict-of-interest policy
    A lawyer's claim that conflicts of interest tainted discussions about tax financing for a Lower Macungie shopping center could lead to changes in Lehigh County's administrative code. County solicitor Matthew Sorrentino has drawn up proposed code changes...
  • Our mood in food 2015: Tracking the arc of a trend

    Forecasting food trends is a bit more art than science. Remember the Cronut? The doughnut hybrid was born in May 2013 at a New York bakery. The birth announcement went out on Grub Street, and Web traffic soared. By January 2014, the Los Angeles Times...