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  • Kindergartner says she was stopped from prayer over lunch

    Kindergartner says she was stopped from prayer over lunch
    OVIEDO — The parents of an Oviedo 5-year-old insist their daughter was stopped from praying over her school lunch last month, but Seminole County Public Schools officials say no one remembers that happening. Marcos Perez posted a video last week...
  • Kashkari unveils jobs plan he says would 'unleash' the private sector

    Kashkari unveils jobs plan he says would 'unleash' the private sector
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari unveiled a jobs plan Tuesday that calls for corporate tax breaks, hydraulic fracturing of some California oil deposits, reduced regulations on business and increased spending on water storage. The 10-...
  • Cook judge throws out Malaysia plane suit filed by Chicago firm

    Cook judge throws out Malaysia plane suit filed by Chicago firm
    If Ribbeck Law Chartered filed the first court action in connection with the missing Malaysia Airlines jet just to get its name out there, the plan apparently worked. But the attention might not be the kind the Chicago-based law firm had envisioned....
  • Legal action over Flight 370 raises questions

    Legal action over Flight 370 raises questions
    With mystery still surrounding the missing Malaysia Airlines passenger jet since its disappearance three weeks ago, the court filing by a Chicago-based law firm last week came as a shocker. Without solid evidence of a crash or wreckage of the jet,...
  • Speak with one voice

    There may be no better economic development advocates in Hampton Roads than our local business leaders. They enjoy the region's benefits and navigate its pitfalls on a daily basis, so they can best outline the advantages to potential employers looking...
  • Late Lawyer Defended Amid Probe Into Missing Funds

    William Gallagher was known as the go-to lawyer for Supreme Court appeals, one of the only attorneys in state history to head two prestigious legal associations. Since his death on Christmas day, following a long battle with cancer, Gallagher's...
  • Students teach robotics to area CEOs

    Students teach robotics to area CEOs
    Antonio Harrell signed up to design and build competition robots at Dunbar High School because, he says, he "didn't have anything else to do." Three years later, the 18-year-old senior has gotten so good at engineering robots, he's teaching Baltimore'...
  • READER SUBMITTED: American Heart Association, Connecticut Office Names New Executive Director

    The American Heart Association is pleased to announce Dina Plapler is the new executive director serving Connecticut and Western Massachusetts. In her role, she will work to advance the mission of the American Heart Association and American Stroke...
  • A local approach to bigger paychecks

    Many cities are pricey places to live. Acknowledging that reality, a growing number of cities have adopted higher minimum-wage standards than those set by the federal and state governments. San Francisco is on that list, as are San Jose, Seattle (where...
  • John Bucksbaum's 2nd act

     John Bucksbaum's 2nd act
    A few days after John Bucksbaum was forced to step down as CEO of General Growth Properties, the company his father and uncle had built into the nation's second-largest mall operator, he stood in the bathroom of his Lincoln Park home brushing his teeth...
  • Government must admit its mistakes [Letter]

    Government must admit its mistakes [Letter]
    There are many failed policies, yet the federal, state and local governments are always reluctant to pull the plug on their failures ("Pot fears expose fears about societal health," Feb. 27). Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric,...