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  • 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-...
  • Jobs coming back post-recession, but with much lower pay, study says

    Jobs coming back post-recession, but with much lower pay, study says
    The U.S. has regained the 8.7 million jobs lost in the recession, but the average wage has dropped 23 percent, according to a U.S. Conference of Mayors study released today. The report, “U.S. Metro Economies: Income and Wage Gaps Across the U.S.,&...
  • July's job growth strong but below expectations

    July's job growth strong but below expectations
    The labor market extended its best streak since the late 1990s, posting solid job growth last month that lured more people back into the workforce. The 209,000 net new jobs were below analyst expectations and a sharp falloff from June's robust 298,000...
  • Bears, income tax, and soda jerk: Letters

    Do something about bears Bears in the zoo are cute. Bears in the cartoons are funny. Bears roaming in my backyard after smashing down my solid-wood fence are neither cute nor funny. My wife and I have lived in Sweetwater Oaks in Seminole County for...
  • Troubled Reservoir Hill apartment complex to be razed

    Troubled Reservoir Hill apartment complex to be razed
    A troubled Reservoir Hill property that came to be known as "Murder Mall" will be demolished under an agreement that's left some residents relieved but others worried about where they'll go. Baltimore Housing officials have been trying for at least four...
  • Foley And McKinney On The Key Issues

    Foley And McKinney On The Key Issues
    Republican voters head to the polls August 12th to elect the party's candidate for governor. Greenwich businessman Tom Foley and State Sen. John McKinney are both running in the primary, battling for the chance to face Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy...
  • Study: Poor people with diabetes 10 times more likely to lose limb

    Study: Poor people with diabetes 10 times more likely to lose limb
    Diabetic people in low-income neighborhoods in California were up to 10 times more likely to lose a leg or a foot than diabetic patients in wealthier ZIP Codes, UCLA researchers have reported. Their analysis, published online Monday by the journal...
  • Study: Emergency room closures can be deadly for area's residents

    It stands to reason that when a hospital emergency room closes, people in the surrounding neighborhood suffer. But how much? A new study quantifies the impact in California, finding that patients affected by ER closures were 5% more likely to die after...
  • Most improper EITC payments are made in error, not as a result of fraud [Letter]

    Most improper EITC payments are made in error, not as a result of fraud [Letter]
    Letter writer Mark Campbell recently referred to improper Earned Income Tax Credit payments as "fraud" ("Want to expand the EITC? Cut fraud first," July 30). While there's no arguing that the number of such payments is alarmingly high, most are made...
  • In Md. governor's race, the pot calls the kettle black [Editorial]

    In Md. governor's race, the pot calls the kettle black  [Editorial]
    Last week, the Maryland Democratic Party took a swipe at Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan for his decision to use public campaign financing during the primary and general elections, noting in a news release that Mr. Hogan, "who often...
  • Dire warning from Wall Street: income inequality hurts U.S. growth

    Dire warning from Wall Street: income inequality hurts U.S. growth
    Academic economists have been warning for years that rising economic inequality in the United States is hampering economic growth and punching holes in the social fabric. (See, for example, Piketty and Saez.) But they're only professors, after all, so it'...