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  • 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...
  • Lawmakers use Eric Frein case to blast Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty moratorium

    Lawmakers use Eric Frein case to blast Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty moratorium
    HARRISBURG — State police officials testified Wednesday before House lawmakers about their 2015-16 budget needs. But from the moment of silence to lawmakers' rants against Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty moratorium, the two-hour hearing was more about...
  • Funding In Place To Create Apartments In Vacant Building Near Capitol

    Funding In Place To Create Apartments In Vacant Building Near Capitol
    HARTFORD — Conversion of a long-vacant yet prominent building into apartments could begin in early summer in the Frog Hollow neighborhood now that a key piece of funding has fallen into place. The State Bond Commission has approved $7 million in...
  • Arnold Palmer Invitational fans will get new payment tech options

    Arnold Palmer Invitational fans will get  new payment tech options
      A new payment option at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational will help fans wait in line for food and drinks less and watch more of the action. MasterCard showed off its Qkr! application Tuesday, giving a glimpse into a number of payment...
  • Hammond gets $1.2 million in tax credits

    The city received more than $1.2 million in tax credits for one of its multi-family housing developments, Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann announced Thursday. Flagstone Village, the development that replaced Columbia Center on Columbia Avenue between 175th...
  • AmEx launches customer loyalty network; may offset loss of Costco deal

    In an ambitious twist on customer loyalty programs, American Express Co. is teaming up with a coalition of well-known brands to allow consumers to earn points for shopping at one of the companies and then to use them at any of the others in the network....
  • 10 things you should know about credit unions

    10 things you should know about credit unions
    Perhaps the most underused, underappreciated consumer-friendly institutions, next to public libraries, are credit unions, which people use for loans, savings and daily banking. But recent data show the secret is slowly but surely leaking out. In 2014,...
  • DWP still struggling with fallout from billing fiasco

    DWP still struggling with fallout from billing fiasco
    Lois Gass didn't realize it at the time, but when she and thousands of other Los Angeles residents saw their utility bills suddenly rocket out of control, her anger helped set off one of the biggest scandals to befall the Department of Water and Power....
  • For seven Geneva school board candidates, looming debt biggest issue

    Geneva school board candidates each see a particular issue that weakens District 304: Dwindling state funding; lack of emotional support for students; too few high schoolers exploring vocational careers. But all candidates agree the most immediate...
  • H.B. pursues nine amendments for tightening Beach/Edinger development

    After months of vetting possible ways to slow development along two of Huntington Beach's busiest streets, the City Council on Monday directed staff to start drafting amendments to the city's Beach and Edinger Corridors Specific Plan. Council members...
  • City staff to draft rules of moratorium on mansionization

    City staff to draft rules of moratorium on mansionization
    Caught between the forces of mansionization and its foes, Trina Unzicker said she was worried about an ordinance meant to “freeze” development of large, single-family homes in Burbank. Unzicker was one of the few Burbank residents who did...