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  • Are you missing out on college tax breaks?

    Families eligible to claim higher education tax deductions and credits can effectively use them to reduce overall college costs, yet about half of American households are missing out on the opportunity by not taking full advantage of tax breaks...
  • Jeff Rose: Don't wait to help tackle loved one's debt

    According to his death certificate, my dad died of a heart attack. His health had deteriorated for some time beforehand, so his death wasn't a total surprise. But what really killed him? He gained weight and was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. He had two...
  • Will the Fed hike rates? It's all over but the Yellen

    A few years ago, I was dispatched to cover a speech by then-Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. Although the topic listed was listed in the Physician's Desk Reference under "heavy narcotics," my presence was required, "just in case he makes some news."...
  • Man Charged In S. Windsor Burglary

    SOUTH WINDSOR – An East Hartford man was arrested Friday in connection with a local burglary last fall. David Barnes-Dowdell, 26, of 22 Bay Path Drive, East Hartford, was arrested on a warrant and charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree...
  • As wind power booms, Texas lawmakers consider yanking support

    DALLAS Thousands of wind turbines have sprung up across West Texas and up and down the Gulf Coast. Companies as diverse as Google and Dow Chemical are investing hundreds of millions of dollars in Texas in a race to lower their carbon emissions. With...
  • Postal carriers targeted in robberies

    Postal carriers targeted in robberies
    Willy Vulpis has never seen anything like this in his 18 years as a condo association president, but the U.S. Postal Inspection Service has seen it far too often in the past year: robberies of mail carriers. "I'm shocked as hell, I'm shocked," said...
  • Developer who didn't repay loans gets New Jersey tax credits

    State tax incentives to boost New Jersey's poorest city are being heralded as a major piece of a turnaround plan after decades of economic despair, corruption and crime. But after a string of revitalization efforts with dubious results, Camden is...
  • Tax credit program for blighted areas to end

    Tax credit program for blighted areas to end
    TALLAHASSEE — After two years of negative reports, lawmakers are prepared to end a decades-old program giving tax breaks to businesses in areas with chronic poverty and unemployment. Enterprise zones, created by the Legislature in 1982 but handled...
  • Bali suitcase murder victim was afraid for her safety, emails show

    Bali suitcase murder victim was afraid for her safety, emails show
    It was nearly 3:30 a.m., and Sheila von Wiese-Mack was having another sleepless night. Hours earlier, she and her daughter had argued, and the teen still hadn't returned to their high-rise condo along Chicago's lakefront. As she had so many times in the...
  • Police blotter

    FRANKFORT SUSPENDED LICENSE: Richard Chrusciel, 28, of the first block of Brushwood, Matteson, was charged with driving on a suspended license, speeding and expired registration after a March 4 stop in the 9500 block of U.S. 30, police said. BURGLARY:...
  • Community events and announcements

    NIPSCO offers payment help With winter coming to a close, NIPSCO reminds customers that bill payment assistance programs are available after the state's winter moratorium ends March 15. Under the state's moratorium, Indiana utilities cannot disconnect...