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  • South Bay schools chief faces firing, repayment of money

    The suspended head of the Centinela Valley school district, who attracted public scrutiny because of his high compensation, now faces dismissal, the repayment of at least $200,000 and liability for back taxes. The Centinela Board of Education voted...
  • In major cities, health deserts

    MILWAUKEE Hospitals and family doctors, the mainstays of health care, are pulling out of poor city neighborhoods, where the sickest populations live. A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel analysis of data from the largest U.S....
  • MetLife, Developer To Build $110 Million Industrial Distribution Center Near Atlanta

    MetLife Inc. announced Thursday it is teaming with a California developer to build a $110 million industrial distribution center near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia. The New York life insurer, which has operations in...
  • Most Obamacare enrollees happy with new coverage, data show

    Most Obamacare enrollees happy with new coverage, data show
    President Obama's healthcare law has reduced the number of uninsured adults by between 8 million and 11 million in its first year, according to three new studies, and the vast majority of enrollees report satisfaction with their new health plans. The...
  • Residents question whether city, not Leesburg Partnership, should put on events

    Residents question whether city, not Leesburg Partnership, should put on events
    In Leesburg, a small group of folks with questions and criticisms about the Leesburg Partnership are using social media to draw attention to their concerns and get some answers — and it's working. The city has set up a meeting later this month for...
  • Former Attorney Sentenced In 'Ambulance Chasing' Case

    Former Attorney Sentenced In 'Ambulance Chasing' Case
    It began six years ago with a staged automobile accident. It ended Thursday with a 51-month prison sentence. Along the way, the FBI gave the world a peek at the seamy side of personal injury law in Connecticut. Authorities said the man sentenced...
  • Community leader convicted of theft from Severn condo association

    Community leader convicted of theft from Severn condo association
    An Anne Arundel County woman once honored for her activism pleaded guilty Thursday to misusing nearly $74,000 of her community association's money. Wanda Brooks Hebron pleaded guilty to one count of theft scheme of more than $500 in Anne Arundel...
  • Health law covers at least 8 million

    Health law covers at least 8 million
    President Obama's healthcare law has reduced the number of uninsured adults by 8 million to 11 million in its first year, according to three new studies, and the vast majority report satisfaction with their new health plans. The studies — done...
  • Access Health CT To Contact Thousands About 'System Error' Affecting Tax Credits

     Access Health CT To Contact Thousands About 'System Error' Affecting Tax Credits
    Access Health CT says it will start calling thousands of customers Friday to tell them that they were assigned an incorrect tax credit, creating problems with their medical coverage. The exchange said 5,784 customers were identified as having...
  • Teen driver double premiums for average Illinois household, study says

    Teen driver double premiums for average Illinois household, study says
    A married Illinois couple that adds a teen driver to their car insurance policy will see their annual premiums more than double on average, according to a new study. Car insurance in Illinois costs an average of 101 percent more after a couple add a teen...
  • Former PUP clients now struggle with past due notices

    Former PUP clients now struggle with past due notices
    The 38,000 Florida residents who had Medicare Advantage health care coverage through Physicians United Plan have had a rocky transition since their Orlando-based provider went out of business in June. Now, some are upset by the welcome they've gotten from...