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  • READER SUBMITTED: HARC Thanks Its Community Volunteer Partners In Observance Of National Volunteer Week April 6-12, 2014

    HARC, Inc. has welcomed over 130 volunteers so far in 2014. The volunteers have come from local corporations, middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities as well as individuals in the Greater Hartford Community. HARC greatly appreciates and...
  • Probe of alleged sexual harassment by L.A. councilman completed

    Probe of alleged sexual harassment by L.A. councilman completed
    The panel charged with looking into sexual harassment claims against Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar has completed its work and forwarded its findings to Council President Herb Wesson. Council members have scheduled a possible closed-door...
  • Activist battles L.A. County jailers' 'culture of violence'

    Activist battles L.A. County jailers' 'culture of violence'
    Outside the bunker-like county jail complex, bail bondsmen hover by the visitors' entrance, thrusting fliers at potential customers as they file in to see husbands, sons and friends. Along the sidewalk, taxi drivers hustle for fares among newly released...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: At Q, sushi for connoisseurs

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: At Q, sushi for connoisseurs
    It has never been easier to eat high-end sushi than it is now in Los Angeles — to surrender two hours and half a month's rent to the choreographed roll of the waves. You can experience the masculine crispness of Mori or the postmodern wackiness of...
  • The big business of tracking home prices

    The dramatic collapse and recovery of home prices in recent years has stoked interest in the fate of housing, creating new fans for wonky price indexes formerly tracked mostly by the slide-rule set. A company that provides much of that data has just...
  • 13 costly website mistakes small businesses make (and what you should do instead)

    If your small business doesn't have a website, you're inevitably missing out on potential clients and potential cash. Already got a site? Good. Now, let's talk strategy. Because the quality of that site could also be impacting your bottom line. "Anybody...
  • Condo Association can revoke license to park

    Blog sponsored by Becker & Poliakoff A recent case demonstrates how important it is to carefully consider what documentation to use in connection with allocation of the use of parking spaces.  In Keane v. The President Condominium Association, Inc., the...
  • Barclays' boss treads fine line in investment bank review

    LONDON (Reuters) - Barclays' Chief Executive Antony Jenkins is facing a high-wire act to overhaul the firm's investment bank without undermining a division that contributes about half of group profits. Jenkins, criticized by investors and politicians for...
  • Teachers will show off their dance steps

    Sixteen teachers at Mount Dora High School will participate in the school's fifth annual "Dancing with the Teachers" fundraiser. The event, scheduled for 7 p.m. April 25 in the school's auditorium at 700 N. Highland St., will raise funds for the junior...
  • Interviews show Christie staff reacting to scandal

    TRENTON, N.J. The law firm hired by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to investigate the George Washington Bridge lane closures on Monday released more than 400 pages of documents that describe in detail interactions between the governor's aides as the...
  • District 135 keeps mum on hiring law firm

     District 135 keeps mum on hiring law firm
    Orland School District 135 quietly paid more than $60,000 to a Chicago law firm that specializes in investigations and forensic accounting before shedding its longtime finance director. Records show Ron Braver and Associates began work in November, just...