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  • Commissioners prepare to address public budget concerns

    Commissioners prepare to address public budget concerns
    The Carroll County Board of Commissioners will begin a series of budget work sessions today and will address funding concerns and requests made clear by speakers during the recent Fiscal Year 2016 budget public hearing. Unsurprisingly, the majority of...
  • Improvements To Metro-North Tied To Funding Levels

    Improvements To Metro-North Tied To Funding Levels
    HARTFORD – Three to four years. That's about how long it could take to rebuild the Metro-North Railroad and restore confidence in the commuter transit system, according to its president, Joseph J. Giulietti. "You don't immediately get to a state...
  • City leaders, school officials, and the ACLU pressure Hogan on school funding

    City leaders, school officials, and the ACLU pressure Hogan on school funding
    Here is a news flash: Baltimore’s politicians, school officials, and activists would like, please, for Gov. Larry Hogan to release $11.6 million they say the state owes the school system under the state funding formula.  “We stand here today...
  • Personal Finance Q&A: Investing an inheritance for college

    Personal Finance Q&A: Investing an inheritance for college
    Dear Liz: We recently inherited some money. We've never had much. We want to invest our inheritance for our kids' college education. We asked around to find investment firms that people have had a good experience with. But how do we know they are honest...
  • If Clinton is elected, family foundation could face changes

    If Clinton is elected, family foundation could face changes
    Hillary Rodham Clinton's family foundation, already the subject of intense scrutiny in the early days of her White House campaign, faces an uncertain future if she is elected president. Among the unresolved questions: Who would be able to raise money...
  • Overvalued stocks? What an underwhelming question

    The question "Is the stock market overvalued?" is one of those queries that sounds important, can be debated forever and is, for all practical purposes, meaningless, much like "Where do we come from?" or "Are we alone in the universe?" or even, "Is this...
  • Investing: Why the super buck scares investors

    Why has the dollar been so strong? There are a number of reasons. Our economy has been strengthening, especially relative to the economies of Europe and Japan -- and even compared with the economy of China, where the rate of growth outpaces ours but is...
  • Boca airport customs facility cleared for early takeoff

    Boca airport customs facility cleared for early takeoff
    Flying internationally into Boca Raton Airport is about to get a whole lot easier; and a whole lot sooner than expected. Officials have gotten all the money needed for construction of the airport's new Customs and Border Protection aviation facility....
  • UM tuition: 5 percent, and then what?

    UM tuition: 5 percent, and then what?
    The news that University System of Maryland schools will increase tuition by 5 percent next academic year — and in some cases by more than that — is doubtless unwelcome for students and their parents. A college education is expensive as it is,...
  • Community news for Killingly edition

    FACES spaces CANTERBURY - The Fine Art and Craft Exhibit and Sale (FACES) at the Finnish Hall, 76 North Canterbury Road, will be on Saturday, Oct. 3., at 9:30 a.m. This is an event listed in The Last Green Valley's Walktober calendar. A call for...
  • April jobs report reassures investors

    April jobs report reassures investors
    Did someone say "Goldilocks"? You bet they did after Friday's jobs report. Neither too hot, nor too cold for investors' liking, the fairy tale name was bantered about by analysts putting a label on the nation's lukewarm jobs picture. Just as...