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  • In a sputtering economy, business is humming at this auto repair shop

    In a sputtering economy, business is humming at this auto repair shop
    Hanging out at an auto repair shop might not be the most scientific way to study the economy, but it's far more interesting than reading the latest poll on consumer confidence or government report on job creation. I got the idea after watching a man...
  • City talks restrictions on home construction projects

    With the Burbank City Council poised to enact a temporary ordinance that would restrict home construction projects more tightly than the current city code, some residents are concerned about the fates of their "dream home" projects. Several residents...
  • Why Was I Charged Tax On Five Pastries At Mozzicato's?

    Why Was I Charged Tax On Five Pastries At Mozzicato's?
    When is a pastry taxed, or not? Pour another latte and discover one of the peculiarities of Connecticut sales and use tax law. Q: On March 7 I went to Mozzicato-DePasquale's bakery in Hartford and purchased five pastries. I was a bit surprised by the...
  • Police investigating home burglary on Summit Avenue

    Highland Park police are investigating a residential burglary that occurred March 11 on the 2700 block of Summit Avenue. The home's security alarm was activated when the offenders forced entry through the front door. Valuable items were taken from the...
  • Three charged with credit card fraud at Lower Macungie store

    Three charged with credit card fraud at Lower Macungie store
    Two men and a woman from Massachusetts opened a credit card account using someone else's name and then went on a shopping spree at Kohl's in Lower Macungie Township on Wednesday, police said. According to court records: Gregory D. King, 34, of Roxbury,...
  • Sears says paying vendors early doesn't indicate supply chain troubles

    Sears says paying vendors early doesn't indicate supply chain troubles
    Sears took to its blog Thursday to say paying its vendors early doesn't indicate trouble in its supply chain. But one corporate restructuring expert says that's often exactly what it means. In a Thursday report, The Wall Street Journal said Sears has...
  • The go-big, go-brash downfall of Rep. Aaron Schock

    You know Aaron Schock. We all know Aaron Schock. The Republican from Illinois, who said Tuesday he would resign from Congress effective March 31, is the kind of guy who has it all. Looks. Money. Success. A six-pack. Schock's veneer was so resplendent...
  • BrightStar Credit Union selling dozens of repossessed vehicles

    BrightStar Credit Union selling dozens of repossessed vehicles
    BrightStar Credit Union will sell dozens of repossessed cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans at an all-day sale March 28. The sale, open to the public, will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pompano Beach Elks Lodge, 700 NE 10 St., in Pompano Beach. It will...
  • East Hartford edition community news

    East Hartford Adult and Continuing Education awarded mini-grant EAST HARTFORD - East Hartford Adult and Continuing Education was recently awarded a $500 mini-grant from the East Hartford School Business Partnerships to host two "Community Reading and...
  • South Windsor edition community news

    Donation for South Windsor Food and Fuel Bank SOUTH WINDSOR - The Pub II in South Windsor recently donated $1,000 to the South Windsor Food and Fuel Bank from a fundraiser in memory of Chris Leland, one of their long-time employees and former South...
  • Charter School Supporters Denounce Proposed Bill

    Charter School Supporters Denounce Proposed Bill
    NEW HAVEN--In advance of today's hearing at the state House, charter school supporters held a press conference Wednesday at the Booker T. Washington Academy to denounce a bill that would place a two-year moratorium on the approval process for new charter ...