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  • Terry Savage: Falling gas prices offer a rare opportunity to save

    It can't have escaped your notice that it costs about half as much to fill your gas tank as it did a year ago. That's a huge benefit for the average American consumer an average savings of about $60 a month for most families, and far more if two family...
  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley Residents

    Zachary Cohen, Esq., has been recently installed as the new Presdident of the Bar Association of Lehigh County, 2015-2016 term. Zach is currently a partner at Lesavoy Butz & Seitz LLC in Allentown. Zachary, a native of Allentown, has a broad-based...
  • Obama weighs college tuition as a president and a dad

    Obama weighs college tuition as a president and a dad
    He's getting sappy on college campuses, wringing his hands about his tuition savings plan and waxing nostalgic about his own years as an undergraduate. President Obama is hurtling toward a deadline that looms over him much like the end of his time in...
  • OCC gives public a look at development plans

    OCC gives public a look at development plans
    Orange Coast College opened its doors in 1948, when a loaf of bread cost around 10 cents and the Costa Mesa campus served 500 students. But enrollment has swelled to around 22,000 today, and college officials are planning for continued growth with a...
  • Laughs from lawyers raise Oakton scholarship funds

    Laughs from lawyers raise Oakton scholarship funds
    The Chicago Bar Association's 91st Annual Holiday Spirits Revue: 'Bar Wars: Episode 6.5: The Phantom Museum' Benefiting: Oakton Community College youth scholarships Raised: $10,000+ Date: Jan. 24 Location: Oakton Community College's Footlik...
  • Student debt relief should be a part of new war against poverty

    Student debt relief should be a part of new war against poverty
    Matt Bruenig, a writer at the think tank Demos, has a very interesting theory about poverty. He points out that poverty declines as people age. Much of it is simply due to the life cycle of earnings -- as people get older, they earn more money. Earnings...
  • Prize-winning gymnast from Montverde headed to college in Alabama

    Prize-winning gymnast from Montverde headed to college in Alabama
    MONTVERDE — As a young child, Amanda Huang was always climbing something. Her mother, Laura Abbate-Huang, wasn't sure how to channel all of that energy so she enrolled her daughter in gymnastics classes 12 years ago, when the family lived in...
  • Sojourner-Douglass College loses bid to keep accreditation

    Sojourner-Douglass College loses bid to keep accreditation
    Sojourner-Douglass College has lost its appeal to reclaim accreditation, and state officials said Thursday they would assist the troubled Baltimore-based school in helping students transfer to other institutions. The Middle States Commission on Higher...
  • W.Va. seniors have until March 1 to apply for scholarship

    High school seniors have until March 1 to apply for the West Virginia PROMISE Scholarship program. The state's Higher Education Policy Commission office says qualifying high school graduates receive annual awards of up to $4,750 to cover the cost of...
  • #FirstTimeBuyers: How Much Should I Spend on My Car?

     
    As a first-time buyer, how much car can you afford, and what's a responsible price target? Related: More #FirstTimeBuyers Advice Budgets are important, especially when you're buying a car. As with all things financial, of course, there's a debate over.......
  • Middlesex Community College Foundation Receives Largest Donation

    Middlesex Community College Foundation Receives Largest Donation
    MIDDLETOWN — The Middlesex Community College Foundation has received its largest donation, a bequest from the estate of a Portland woman who attended the college. The donation from Hazel Robinson will establish a new scholarship endowment which...