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  • Rotten apples among Baltimore's finest [Letter]

    Rotten apples among Baltimore's finest [Letter]
    The majority of police officers in Baltimore City are brave men and women who work hard to keep us safe and are underpaid for their efforts. However, in every basket there are a few bad apples. The two officers that killed someone's pet dog last week...
  • Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County receives $35,000 gift, and other company news

    Habitat for Humanity receives $35,000 gift Doylestown Presbyterian Church recently contributed $35,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County's "House that Faith Built" campaign. This represents the largest contribution to the campaign thus far, and...
  • A best-kept Koreatown secret: Where to get freshly pressed sesame oil

    A best-kept Koreatown secret: Where to get freshly pressed sesame oil
    Mr. Chong doesn't want me to tell you about his store (or even to tell me his first name). In fact, he doesn't want you to come at all. When I ask him for permission to take some photos for the Los Angeles Times, he refuses -- and almost chases me out...
  • UPS Store warns of data breach at 51 locations nationwide

    UPS Store warns of data breach at 51 locations nationwide
    UPS Store Inc, a unit of United Parcel Service Inc, warned of a potential data breach at about 51 of its franchised center locations in 24 states across the United States. There was no evidence of fraud arising from the incident, the company said. UPS...
  • UPS Stores hit by breach of credit card, customer data

    Customers at UPS Stores in Orange and 50 other locations across the country may have had their personal information and credit or debit card details swiped by hackers from January to this month, though the shipping company has found no evidence of fraud...
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: July consumer confidence, S&P Case-Shiller home price index for May, Redbook and ICSC-Godlman Sachs retail sales for period ending July 28 Local earnings: A.M. Castle & Co., Anixter International Inc., Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Calamos Asset...
  • Alaric I. "Al" Phillips, counselor

    Alaric I. "Al" Phillips, counselor
    Alaric I. "Al" Phillips, a counselor who was an outreach and volunteer coordinator for a Baltimore men's shelter, died of a heart attack Sept. 2 at his West Ostend Street home. He was 52. The son of Jesse James Phillips, a Secret Service agent and...
  • Target to drop health insurance coverage for part-time workers

    Target to drop health insurance coverage for part-time workers
    Target Corp. announced Tuesday that it would end healthcare coverage for its part-time workers, citing options available to them in state and federal healthcare marketplaces. In a corporate blog post, the Minneapolis company said that the majority of...
  • Sex-tape shenanigans earn former race-car driver harsher prison sentence

    Sex-tape shenanigans earn former race-car driver harsher prison sentence
    Rogerio Scotton was already facing a long time in prison for committing fraud but the shenanigans he pulled during his trial — even pretending that he had sex tapes to show the jury — earned him a couple of extra years behind bars on Friday....
  • Power outages, parcel delivery woes mar Christmas for thousands

    All that tens of thousands of people really wanted for Christmas was to have their electricity back after fierce ice storms brought down power lines in a wide swath from Michigan through parts of upstate New York to frigid New England and Canada. More...
  • Storms, downed power lines leave many with a white but dark Christmas

    All that tens of thousands of people really wanted for Christmas was to have their electricity back after fierce ice storms felled power lines in a wide swath from Michigan through parts of upstate New York, New England and Canada. More than half a...