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  • District 58 will get some state funding restored; District 99 will not

     District 58 will get some state funding restored; District 99 will not
    One Downers Grove school district will see a portion of state funding that was cut last month in a budget deal restored, but the other will not. The law signed in March by Gov. Bruce Rauner is part of an effort to help close a $1.6 billion budget...
  • Community news for Willimantic edition

    Exploring flora and fauna ASHFORD - Join The Last Green Valley Ranger Bill Reid at Babcock Library, 25 Pompey Hollow Road, Ashford, on Friday, May 8 at 7 p.m., as he presents the free program: On The Wild Side: Exploring the Flora and Fauna of The Last...
  • Cash-out refinances on the rise

    Could it be time to cash out some home equity by refinancing your mortgage? For growing numbers of owners, the answer this year is an emphatic yes, at least according to new data from some major lenders. In a cash-out refinancing, you convert part of...
  • Hinsdale budgets $50.3 million for new fiscal year

    Hinsdale budgets $50.3 million for new fiscal year
    The Hinsdale village budget for the next fiscal year stands at $50.3 million, about 14 percent larger than the current year, primarily due to the planned replacement of the Oak Street Bridge. The 2015/16 fiscal year budget includes $930,000 for...
  • Community news for Jewett City edition

    Academy of the Holy Family event BALTIC – A Spring Craft Fair, featuring handmade craft items, will be held on Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., outdoors under tents, weather permitting, at the Academy of the Holy Family, 54 West Main St....
  • Corcoran defends anti-Medicaid expansion position in barrage of tweets

    Corcoran defends anti-Medicaid expansion position in barrage of tweets
    TALLAHASSEE – Rep. Richard Corcoran, R-Land O’Lakes, the fiercest opponent of Medicaid expansion in the House and the next in line to become House Speaker in 2016, defended his position in a series of tweets over the weekend. The burst of...
  • Should states tell welfare recipients how to spend their benefits?

    WASHINGTON Kansas' new law that restricts welfare recipients from using their benefits to get a tattoo, consult a psychic or take a cruise has made for endless fodder on the late-night talk show circuit. Supporters argue the law will push the poor to...
  • Susan Tompor: Baby boomers face financial anxiety

    Gabriella Barthlow, 52, totally gets it when people talk about the financial anxiety some people 50 and older are feeling. While the recession is over, Barthlow says some people who should feel good about the prospects of retirement are fearful because...
  • How London man may have helped trigger the 'flash crash'

    He operated from a modest suburban London home he shared with his parents, far from the city's glamorous financial center. He used off-the-shelf software anyone can buy. Yet, if U.S. authorities are correct, Navinder Singh Sarao, 36, managed to send a...
  • Deutsche Bank Q1 earnings fall to $610M, hurt by penalties

    Deutsche Bank says net profit fell to 559 million euros ($610 million) in the first quarter as legal penalties ate into stronger revenues from trading stocks and bonds. Profits were down from 1.103 billion euros in the year-ago quarter. The bank had...
  • State Farmers Say New Food Safety Rules Will Be Costly

    State Farmers Say New Food Safety Rules Will Be Costly
    New federal food safety rules designed to protect consumers from vomit-inducing illnesses could have the unintended consequence of driving some Connecticut farmers out of business, agricultural experts say. Connecticut's dwindling number of commercial...