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  • 10 Charged After Investigation Into Pawn Shops, Thefts

    Ten people, including owners and managers of pawn shops in Bristol, Wolcott and Torrington, were rounded up Sunday following an investigation by state and local police into larcenies in the region. State police said the investigation into what they said...
  • Sunland-Tujunga residents work to keep bucolic feel in face of project

    Sunland-Tujunga residents work to keep bucolic feel in face of project
    Weary of being dismissed as an outpost for biker gangs or a hideaway for meth labs, residents in Sunland-Tujunga worked for years to rebrand the northeast San Fernando Valley community as a place that took pride in its natural beauty and wide-open vistas....
  • New restaurant, stores may be coming to Oswego

    New restaurant, stores may be coming to Oswego
    The Oswego Plan Commission unanimously recommended for approval plans for a new multi-tenant building on an outer lot of the Oswego Commons shopping center on Route 34 at Douglas Road. GMX Real Estate Group has proposed building a 7,780-square-foot...
  • Anthem hack raises fears about medical data

    Anthem hack raises fears about medical data
    Insurance giant Anthem Inc. suffered a massive data breach exposing the personal information of up to 80 million Americans — and it could have been even worse for consumers. The hackers didn't take sensitive medical information on patients or...
  • Home Depot: hiring more than 80,000 workers for spring

    Home Depot: hiring more than 80,000 workers for spring
    NEW YORK — Home Depot Inc., the nation's largest home-improvement retailer, says it has started to hire more than 80,000 seasonal workers for the spring selling season, the company's busiest period. That's level with the last few years. The...
  • Warranties usually start on purchase date, not delivery date

    Warranties usually start on purchase date, not delivery date
    For Gavin Yee, it all came down to the eight days between when he purchased a Whirlpool dryer and when it was delivered to his Azusa home. His extended warranty expired just days before the dryer broke down. Whirlpool said it was tough luck. But Yee,...
  • Anthem hack Q&A: What you need to know

    As many as 80 million people may have had their personal information stolen in a massive hack at health insurance giant Anthem Inc. The data breach could be the largest cyber theft in the history of the healthcare industry. Here is what you need to...
  • Longtime Ace store to shut doors in coming months

    Longtime Ace store to shut doors in coming months
    After 45 years serving the village's west side, the store currently known as Northbrook Ace Hardware & Rental will close in a month or so. For a store that was said to be doomed almost from the beginning, it lasted a long time. Located in White Plains...
  • 1986 Flashback: The birth of Office Depot in Lauderdale Lakes Mall

    1986 Flashback: The birth of Office Depot in Lauderdale Lakes Mall
    This story originally appeared in the Sun Sentinel on October 20, 1986: Home Depot may have once been a competitor to Pat Sher, but he has adopted its last name for his new venture -- Office Depot. The founder of the Mr. HOW Warehouse home improvement...
  • Southington Grand List Records $1.46% Increase

    SOUTHINGTON — The town's 2014 grand list of taxable property increased a healthy 1.46 percent, officials said. The new total is $3.83 billion, compared to $3.77 billion on the 2013 grand list. Assessor Brian Lastra said investments from business,...
  • Mobile payment app targets mid-sized retailers

    Mobile payment app targets mid-sized retailers
    Walk into your local grocery and ping! — coupons are delivered to your smartphone. Then you can pay for those groceries with the same phone, without a credit card or even a checking account. A startup company in Hollywood is working to make that...