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  • Do Lake Nona cows add up to tax break?

    For years now, we've been hearing about all the development planned for Lake Nona's "medical city." What we haven't heard about is that its developers intend to maintain much of it as farmland. Just to the east and west of the central corridor that links...
  • City Guide: Suffolk

    SUFFOLK The town of Suffolk was born in 1742 — named after colonial governor William Gooch's home in Suffolk County, England. Suffolk became a city in 1910. Then in 1974 it consolidated with Nansemond County and the towns of Holland and...
  • Rolling out at Florida parks

    Rolling out at Florida parks
    Harry Potter is about to arrive in Florida — not via broomstick or Floo powder but by a mystery technology that will sweep fans along on a life-and-death adventure in the realm of young wizards. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which officially...
  • Two finalists for police chief, sources say

    Two police veterans each with more than 20 years' experience in metropolitan departments are now finalists for the position of Newport Beach police chief, city officials said Tuesday. The candidates are retired Los Angeles Police Department Asst....
  • Summer's Calling: Banner pilots

    Summer's Calling: Banner pilots
    Freshman banner pilot Jake Thibeault, 24, banked the little 1978 Bellanca Scout around the soybean fields north of Berlin, Md. He cut his altitude and lined the plane up with the two white poles, about 8 feet apart, just to the left of his employer's...
  • The loss of more than 5000 Joint Forces Command jobs would ripple through Hampton Roads economy

    The loss of more than 5000 Joint Forces Command jobs would ripple through Hampton Roads economy
    When Norfolk-based Joint Forces Command planted its roots in Hampton Roads about 15 years ago, a long line of contractors spared neither time nor expense to follow, hoping to get a piece of the lucrative and emerging field of modeling and simulation....
  • Some thrills in Sum of All Thrills at Epcot

    Some thrills in Sum of All Thrills at Epcot
    You can ride a roller coaster without messing up your hair — well, virtually — at the newest installation at Epcot's Innoventions. The Sum of All Thrills simulator attraction also can put you in the pilot's seat for a jet or a bobsled without...
  • Obama: The man from Raytheon....

     
    One in an ever expanding list of ironies about Obama is his nomination of Raytheon lobbying exec William Lynn, to the Number 2 slot at defense -- which on the surface, seems like a strange way to end the influence......
  • Obama: Ethics today, waivers tomorrow?

     
    The Project on Government Oversight (POGO) is impressed with Obama's new ethics rules, including a two-year ban on lobbyists who enter government working on the same issues they lobbied on. But they wonder how this squares with the decision to......
  • Obama's defense pick (lobbyist) divests

     
    by Mark Silva William Lynn, President Barack Obama's pick for deputy Defense secretary and a former Raytheon lobbyist, says he will sell his stock in the military contractor to free him from conflicts in the new administration. The Obama White......
  • Robert Gibbs: Mouth of the (White) House

     
    by Mark Silva updated at 2:35 pm EST His tie was baby blue, coordinated with the backdrop of a high-tech White House press briefing room. His demeanor was calm, coordinated with the tone of the new Obama White House. His......