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  • AP Analysis: Why does health overhaul drama continue?

    President Barack Obama's health overhaul remains an all-consuming drama for many, even though millions of people are gaining insurance coverage through a law that's now 5 years old. During oral arguments last week in the latest Supreme Court case brought...
  • Talk of the County: Rauner should denounce Waukegan's property taxes

    Talk of the County: Rauner should denounce Waukegan's property taxes
    Ridiculous taxes Regarding the article "Rauner decries high taxes in Mundelein." He would probably have a coronary if he came to Waukegan. I live in a $200,000 house and pay over $10,000 in taxes. Now that's ridiculous. Too big, too small Paper...
  • Police blotter: Security guard chases two men who stole sunglasses

    The following incidents were listed among area police reports. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court can make that determination. Burr Ridge ALCOHOL Jose A. Galicia, 23, of the 1700 block of North...
  • How we know marijuana industry is maturing: unfair labor practice complaints

    How we know marijuana industry is maturing: unfair labor practice complaints
    This week the National Labor Relations Board took up an unfair labor practices complaint filed by marijuana workers in New Jersey.  This tells us two things about the business of pot. First, it has matured to the point where its workforce is claiming...
  • NCAA tourney bracket bets hit $9 billion

    NCAA tourney bracket bets hit $9 billion
    An estimated $9 billion will be wagered this week by 40 million Americans filling out their NCAA college basketball tournament brackets, according to the American Gaming Association. That's far more money than the $6.9 billion the U.S. spends on the...
  • Ways to lower your taxes in retirement

    Ways to lower your taxes in retirement
    Retirees who file their taxes quarterly may feel like every season is tax season, but preparing for the April tax deadline is a good time to seek out new deductions and plan some strategies for the year ahead. You might be hitting a tax sweet spot, a...
  • Spring Cleaning for your money

    The much-anticipated beginning of spring comes amid the heart of tax season, which makes now a great time to conduct spring cleaning for your money. Taxes: If you received a tax refund of more than $1,000, your first task is to adjust your withholding....
  • Schools left hanging in growing budget battle between Gov. Tom Wolf and Legislature

    Schools left hanging in growing budget battle between Gov. Tom Wolf and Legislature
    HARRISBURG — In five years as superintendent of the Bethlehem Area School District, Joseph Roy has grown accustomed to a quirk in state law that forces school boards to lock in an annual budget before the governor and lawmakers hammer out their...
  • Barletta bill exempting volunteer firefighters from Obamacare mandate heads back to Senate

    — Republican Pennsylvania congressman Lou Barletta is hoping that the third time is the charm for a bill that cleared the U.S. House on Tuesday. His legislation to ensure that volunteer firefighters are not counted as full-time employees under...
  • Former health center CEO guilty of diverting employee taxes, retirement contributions

    Former health center CEO guilty of diverting employee taxes, retirement contributions
    An Ellicott City man who now works as a fiscal officer for the Howard County government pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to stealing from an employee retirement plan and mishandling employee income taxes at his previous job with a Baltimore...
  • Lehigh County's 70-year-old seal at center of religious dispute

    Lehigh County's 70-year-old seal at center of religious dispute
    Lehigh County's official government seal, bearing images long associated with the Lehigh Valley, from a barn and farmland to smokestacks and a silo, has been a piece of the region's heritage since the 1940s. Visible on government buildings and county...