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  • New $2.5-million grant will help poor buy fresh, locally grown produce

    New $2.5-million grant will help poor buy fresh, locally grown produce
    Market Match, an innovative program that aims to increase the amount of fresh produce available to low-income families by providing them matching funds to shop at farmers markets, has received a $2.5-million grant from First 5 L.A. that may as much as triple its reach over the next five years.
  • Airlines forecast a jump in travel this summer

    Airlines forecast a jump in travel this summer
    The nation's airlines are expecting to rebound from a harsh winter, with air-travel numbers reaching their highest level in six years this summer. Airlines for America, a trade group for the nation's air carriers, predicted Thursday that 210 million...

    Consumer spending falls for 1st time in a year as income growth slows

    Americans surprisingly spent less in April, the first monthly drop in a year and a potentially worrisome sign for an economic rebound after a slow winter. Consumer spending was down $8.1 billion, or 0.1%, last month, the Commerce Department said Friday....

    Downtown Jefferson Avenue in Newport News gets makeover with goal of revitalization

    Downtown Jefferson Avenue in Newport News gets makeover with goal of revitalization
    Three historic buildings on lower Jefferson Avenue are getting a second life as apartment buildings, as the city continues its effort to revitalize the area. The former Mesic Hardware store on Jefferson Avenue, a school built in 1899 and the 100-year-...

    Lower Jefferson historic building makeovers nearly complete

    Lower Jefferson historic building makeovers nearly complete
    NEWPORT NEWS Three historic buildings on lower Jefferson Avenue are getting a second life as apartment buildings, as the city continues its effort to revitalize the area. The former Mesic Hardware store on Jefferson Avenue, a school built in 1899 and...