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  • Pawlowski budget proposal reduces commuter tax

    Pawlowski budget proposal reduces commuter tax
    Commuters working in the city, but not residents of Allentown, could see some tax relief in 2015 under Mayor Ed Pawlowski's proposed spending plan. Pawlowski appeared before City Council on Wednesday to present his proposed $97 million budget, which...
  • Hackers get personal with 'manual hijacking,' Google finds

    Hackers get personal with 'manual hijacking,' Google finds
    When hackers target Google users' accounts, they get a lot closer than you might think, the company says.  Typically, automated spam bots send out messages and use hacked accounts to send out spam en masse. But in a study released Thursday, Google...
  • Council, planners discuss moratorium on development

    Council, planners discuss moratorium on development
    Planning staffers will soon be telling developers applying to build new projects that more stringent requirements for approval in the Downtown Specific Plan are on their way. The Glendale City Council gave that direction on Tuesday during a discussion...
  • Online system for building, safety permits to go live

    Online system for building, safety permits to go live
    Homeowners seeking building and safety permits for construction projects will soon be able to forego print documents and scrolls, once Los Angeles County's Building and Safety Department rolls out a new electronic system later this month. Craig...
  • Gloucester, Mathews sheriffs warn of increase in scams

    Gloucester County Sheriff Darrell Warren and Mathews County Sheriff Mark Barrick say they have seen an increasing number of residents falling victim to scams recently. The types of scams vary, Barrick said, from phone to mail and online, but all aim to...
  • Gruber confession renders Obama cynicism transparent

    It's not exactly the Ems Dispatch (the diplomatic cable Bismarck doctored to provoke the 1870 Franco-Prussian War). But what the just-resurfaced Gruber Confession lacks in world-historical consequence, it makes up for in world-class cynicism. This October...
  • New York and Los Angeles Fight for Latenight Shows With Incentives

    When CBS announced last summer that Stephen Colbert would stay in New York when he takes over "Late Show," it wasn't much of a surprise in Los Angeles, even though Mayor Eric Garcetti had made overtures to lure the show West. In Gotham the production is...
  • As marijuana measure fails, cities react to planned moratoriums

    As marijuana measure fails, cities react to planned moratoriums
    Several cities in Palm Beach County were preparing for Florida's medical marijuana ballot measure, Amendment 2, in case it passed. In anticipation of the results, at least six municipalities discussed or passed city laws that would temporarily prevent...
  • How hackers wreaked havoc in St. Louis after Brown's shooting

    FERGUSON, Mo. The first call came on a Thursday, 12 days after Michael Brown was shot. Patti Knowles and her granddaughter were watching "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse." The caller warned that the collective of computer hackers and activists known as...
  • Enrollment Begins Saturday On Connecticut's Health Insurance Exchange

    Enrollment Begins Saturday On Connecticut's Health Insurance Exchange
    NEW BRITAIN — Open enrollment for 2015 medical coverage starts Saturday on Connecticut's public health insurance exchange, Access Health CT, with the goal of driving down the state's uninsured rate below the current 4 percent. It's the second...
  • Check your ACA policy before automatic renewal

    Health care enrollment through the Affordable Care Act's federally facilitated online marketplace, healthcare.gov, opens Saturday. Consumers can compare plans and shop online for private insurance and determine if they're eligible for federal...