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  • Making the beautiful game beautiful again

    Toppling a dictator can be an exhilarating experience, and millions of soccer fans around the globe are celebrating FIFA President Sepp Blatter's resignation announcement. But the departure of a corrupt regime's leader does not, by itself, rehabilitate structures of governance. So as FIFA prepares to replace Blatter via a new election in the coming months, what can be done to reform the governing body of the world's most popular sport?
  • Easton names new economic development director

    Easton names new economic development director
    Easton has named Dawn Ferrante as its new head of economic development, effective June 1. Ferrante, who will leave her job as director of regional competitiveness at the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corp., replaces Gretchen Longenbach-Rice, who...

    Cover letters: dead or alive?

    DEAR JOYCE: Hoping to change jobs soon, I recently read that cover letters are yesterday and to forget about them. True or false? -- V.S. We've heard about the demise of cover letters for years. Opinions vary. But this time it's probably true for a...

    D.A. to probe deals between City of Industry and ex-mayor's family businesses

    D.A. to probe deals between City of Industry and ex-mayor's family businesses
    The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has opened an investigation into the financial dealings between the City of Industry and companies controlled by a former mayor and his relatives, officials said. City Manager Kevin Radecki...

    Land deal has been costly debacle for City of Industry

    Land deal has been costly debacle for City of Industry
    Four years ago, the City of Industry bought a collection of decrepit parcels along the San Gabriel River 20 miles away, with visions of transforming it into a recreational area for camping, hiking and picnics. Today, the site of Follows Camp is a costly...