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  • Glasbern Inn settles case, won't have to sell acreage

    The Glasbern Inn in Weisenberg Township reached a confidential settlement with insurance companies and a former employee who was injured on the property. The agreement means Glasbern Inc. which operates a high-end restaurant and bed-and-breakfast along...
  • Battle over ridesharing insurance heats up

    Battle over ridesharing insurance heats up
    Insurance company backers of a bill to tighten requirements for ridesharing companies are taking nothing for granted in a battle with such high-tech companies as Uber and Lyft. The insurers have put together an unusual coalition with consumer...
  • Yes, you can buy health insurance in the 'off season'

    Q: I'm leaving my job in a few months and moving to New York. Can I get new health insurance even though open enrollment is over? A: Yes. Even though open enrollment for individual health insurance is now closed until Nov. 15, you can buy a new policy...
  • Why you need long-term care insurance and tips on buying it

    Why you need long-term care insurance and tips on buying it
    Maria Mascone's mom had dementia, and she spent her final six years in an assisted living facility. The cost of the facility ran about $3,000 a month. Mascone says her dad left behind a sizable nest egg, and eventually the sale of her parents' home...
  • Weighing Maryland's switch to Connecticut vs. federal health exchange

    Weighing Maryland's switch to Connecticut vs. federal health exchange
    Since Maryland health exchange officials decided to replace their troubled website with technology used in Connecticut, critics have asked whether it would be cheaper and less risky to join the federal website. Democratic U.S. Rep. John Delaney, among...
  • Can we finally agree that Obamacare is working?

    At the end of a war, some people will remain holed up in the trees, thinking they can still turn the tide of a lost cause. Increasingly, that's the best description of the anti-Obamacare dead-enders, including congressional Republicans, who continue to...
  • Obama taps Colvin to lead Social Security

    Obama taps Colvin to lead Social Security
    President Barack Obama named a veteran federal official from Maryland to lead the Social Security Administration on Friday, more than a year after the previous director left the critical post. Carolyn W. Colvin, 72, an Arnold native who has served as...
  • ACA health plans are heavily subsidized

    ACA health plans are heavily subsidized
    Virginians who bought "silver" health insurance plans through the state's federally facilitated marketplace are paying an average of $66 per month in premiums, the Department of Health and Human Services reported Tuesday. That compared favorably to a...
  • California probes Obamacare doctor networks at Anthem and Blue Shield

    California probes Obamacare doctor networks at Anthem and Blue Shield
    California regulators are investigating whether Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California have violated state law in connection to patients struggling to find doctors under Obamacare. Officials at the California Department of Managed Health Care...
  • Former McHenry sheriff's deputy drops suit against county

    Former McHenry sheriff's deputy drops suit against county
    A former McHenry County sheriff’s deputy has dropped a long-running lawsuit against the county in exchange for escaping a hefty court fine, officials said today. Zane Seipler filed a federal suit in 2008 claiming he was wrongly terminated for...
  • Storm leaves Romeoville neighbors in tough spot

    Storm leaves Romeoville neighbors in tough spot
    The fates were not kind to two Romeoville neighbors during the storm that roiled the Chicago area Monday night. A tree in Wayne Webb's front yard in the 500 block of Glen Avenue came crashing down onto his house and the Humvee he had just paid off....