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  • New Year's closings

    GOVERNMENT OFFICES FEDERAL: Closed Jan. 1. STATE: Closed Jan. 1 and 2. LOCAL: Gloucester County — Closed Jan 1 and 2. Hampton — Closed Jan. 1 and 2. Isle of Wight County — Closed Jan. 1 and 2. James City County — Closed...
  • Chamber announces holiday parade winners

    The Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce and the village of Wellington, organizers of the 31st annual Wellington Holiday Parade, recently announced the winners out of 113 entries. The judges were Sal DelGreco, Schumacher Family of Dealerships;...
  • Chamber of Commerce names Spirit nominees

    The Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce board of directors has announced the nominees for the annual Spirit of Laguna Awards. The nominees, solicited from the public, are as follows: Business of the Year: Madison Square & Garden Cafe; Surf & Sand Resort;...
  • Salisbury residents likely to see trash rate decrease in 2015

    Salisbury residents likely to see trash rate decrease in 2015
    Salisbury homeowners won't see changes to their property tax bills paid to the township in 2015, but they could see a reduction in their bills for trash service under a $12.5 million budget approved Tuesday by township commissioners. The spending plan...
  • U.S. House grants longer use of Will County landfill

    A bill that would allow Will County to continue to use the Prairie View Landfill in Florence Township for an additional 15 years passed the U.S. House on Thursday, with bipartisan support from U.S. Reps. Bill Foster, D-11th, and Adam Kinzinger, R-16th....
  • Speak Out for Dec. 9, 2014

    Whoever you are who threw that brick through my kitchen window, I want you to know I am an almost 80-year-old grandmother who lives on Social Security. It cost nearly $600 to fix what you did. I am a strong believer in karma. Thanks for making our...
  • The ethics of firms paying to be honored for ethics

    The ethics of firms paying to be honored for ethics
    Peter Humber was watching TV at his home in Montecito Heights recently when an ad for Blue Shield of California came on. "We've been named one of the world's most ethical companies," the ad said. "Hey, remember when things like ethics mattered?"...
  • Trash talk gets heated in Whitehall

    Trash talk gets heated in Whitehall
    Whitehall Township has all but sewn up its 2015 budget. The $21.3 million plan will be voted on at the commissioners' next meeting on Monday. The budget will contain no tax increase, according to Jack D. Meyers, the township's deputy mayor. But before...
  • Boca Raton business offers medical-waste removal alternative

    Boca Raton business offers medical-waste removal alternative
    More than a decade ago, David Fater and Richard Cohen merged their companies on a handshake. Now the duo — whose long careers have taken them from China to Wall Street — are mentoring less-experienced start-up business owners at Enterprise...
  • Scott Stallings finished up, then cleaned up, at Torrey Pines

    Pro golfer Scott Stallings had a Forrest Gump kind of day last Jan. 26. His life was like a box of chocolates and he had no idea what he was about to get. Stallings was a 28-year-old pro, with two victories on the PGA Tour. That gave him a...
  • Commissioners bypass Mayor Ryan on controversial Wheelabrator contract; Bogen objects

    Commissioners bypass Mayor Ryan on controversial Wheelabrator contract; Bogen objects
    A deal to allow Wheelabrator to stop burning trash at the north incinerator in unincorporated Broward near Pompano Beach is the first controversy of Mayor Tim Ryan's fledgling mayorship. Ryan, as mayor, approves the agenda given to him by county staff....