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  • Yanking State Conservation Money Now Is Foolhardy

    Connecticut was once a pioneer in land conservation. No more. Indeed, regional New England conservation initiatives such as the Wildlands and Woodlands effort pay very little attention to Connecticut, presumably because we have been written off as a...
  • Schuh budget bets on borrowing

    Schuh budget bets on borrowing
    Steve Schuh presented the tax cut he promised for years on the campaign trail in his first budget as county executive. But the proposal to fund it — and free money to begin long-awaited capital spending across Anne Arundel County — drew...
  • Risk Pays Off For Corporate Lawyer Who Left To Form ICS Group

    Risk Pays Off For Corporate Lawyer Who Left To Form ICS Group
    HARTFORD — Medina Jett always pushed herself. After graduating from Wesleyan University, she got into Georgetown University's Top 20 law school. She did corporate security work, and litigation, including as corporate counsel at some of the major...
  • Yorkville budget up, has fee increases for water and sewer projects

    Yorkville budget up, has fee increases for water and sewer projects
    Yorkville's new budget includes fee and water rate increases for major public works projects. The about $37 million budget is for fiscal year 2016, which actually began May 1. It includes a general fund of $14.1 million, up from last year's $13.5...
  • House passes $35B bill for Energy Department, water projects

    House Republicans Friday passed the second of 12 spending bills for the upcoming budget year, a $35 billion measure funding the Energy Department and popular water projects constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers. But the 240-177 tally fell short of...
  • Locked out of Mayor Garcetti's reelection wingding

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti launched his reelection campaign Thursday night with a Hollywood bash headlined by Stevie Wonder. But Little Stevie Lopez was not invited, nor was anyone who didn’t pony up $1,400 for a ticket to the fundraiser....
  • Five battle for two seats on Taneytown Council; mayor running unopposed

    Two four-year-term council seats and the four-year mayoral position are up for election in the City of Taneytown. Five candidates are vying for the two council seats, while incumbent James McCarron is running unopposed for another term as mayor....
  • How the Florida Legislature crashed and burned

    How the Florida Legislature crashed and burned
    TALLAHASSEE — It wasn't supposed to end like this. With the House and Senate led by Republicans — both of whom hail from Central Florida — a budding partnership was expected to bring tax cuts, increased spending on education and...
  • Self-employers have options to save for retirement and reduce taxes

    Self-employers have options to save for retirement and reduce taxes
    If you have a small business and are still stinging from the income taxes you paid Uncle Sam, you can take a simple step now that will get you through tax time in better shape next year. And this simple step will take care of one of the big mistakes...
  • GoFundMe shuts down fund-raising page for Baltimore police

    GoFundMe shuts down fund-raising page for Baltimore police
    Crowdfunding site GoFundMe has shut down a campaign raising money for the six Baltimore police officers charged in death of Freddie Gray. The Baltimore police union launched the page Friday, but a GoFundMe spokeswoman said the page has been removed...
  • Hedge fund manager's victims get back one-third of losses

    The victims of a suburban Indianapolis man convicted in a financial scam will recover about one-third of the $9.7 million they lost to the hedge fund manager. More than 90 investors received a $1 million distribution in 2013, and now about $2.2 million...