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  • Community Services for Children receives additional funding, and other company news

    Community Services for Children receives funding Community Services for Children recently received $5,000 from M&T Bank and $2,500 from Capital Advantage Insurance (Capital BlueCross) in Educational Improvement Tax Credit funding in support of its...
  • C&F Bank to offer Apple Pay

    C&F Bank to offer Apple Pay
    West Point-based C&F Bank is partnering with Apple to offer Apple Pay for its credit card customers, according to a news release. The bank is also looking to extend the service to its debit card holders in the coming months. Apple Pay will work with...
  • Crunch loan offer may hold key to next ECB policy move

    Banks are not expected to take up all the long-term European Central Bank loans offered on Thursday, increasing pressure on the ECB to begin buying sovereign bonds to hit a self-imposed stimulus target. The ECB is offering banks the cheap, four-year...
  • National Park Service shows some spine in Wrigley Field rehab

     National Park Service shows some spine in Wrigley Field rehab
    Ever since Rahm Emanuel took control of City Hall, replacing a mayor who pushed the City Council to approve protected landmark status for Wrigley Field, the Cubs have pretty much had their way with plans for the venerable, now century-old, ballpark. How...
  • Ask Kim: How do I qualify for the retirement savers tax credit?

    What must my income be to qualify for the retirement savers tax credit? Do I need to max out my IRA to get the full credit? For 2014, you can qualify for the retirement savers credit if your adjusted gross income is $60,000 or less if married filing...
  • Kimberly Howard: Know your credit score basics

    Chances are you carry around credit cards or have taken out a loan for a major purchase at least once. As a result, you also carry around a credit score a nebulous number you definitely can't take for granted. Here are some common facts about credit...
  • Avon Officials To Hear Report On Thompson Road Sports Complex

    Avon Officials To Hear Report On Thompson Road Sports Complex
    AVON — The town council will hear a report on financing options for the proposed Thompson Road athletic complex when it meets on Thursday night. That report will come from the town's financial advisor and address how muncipal funding for the...
  • Gov.-elect Wolf, outgoing Gov. Corbett spar over $2B deficit

    Gov.-elect Wolf, outgoing Gov. Corbett spar over $2B deficit
    HARRISBURG — In a case of political deja vu, the state's outgoing and incoming governors are bickering over the state deficit and seeking to write their own versions of what caused the shortfall. On Wednesday, the outgoing administration of...
  • Santa letter scam brings a new Christmas con

    I'm sad to report that even Santa Claus isn't immune to being exploited by grinches looking to steal at Christmas. There are scams seeking to cash in on your desire to make your child's Christmas special with a handwritten letter from jolly old St....
  • Two Charged In Wallingford After Counterfeit Gift Cards Found

    Two Charged In Wallingford After Counterfeit Gift Cards Found
    WALLINGFORD — A man and woman were charged last week after police say they tried to use counterfeit American Express gift cards. Michael Smith Jr., 26, of Queens Village, N.Y. and Cheyenne Sharpe, 24, of Rosedale, N.Y., were found to be in...
  • Florida has a million fewer mortgages

    Florida has a million fewer mortgages
    Florida now has more than a million fewer mortgages than seven years ago, as foreclosures have forced property owners out of the market, according to a study released Wednesday. The 25 percent loss was the largest drop in the country, said Steve...