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  • Hampton hotel ordinance evicting residents

    HAMPTON — Police officers enforcing the city's hotel stay ordinance are making monthly visits to the city's hotels to make sure owners are complying with a strengthened law that prohibits them from allowing patrons to stay more than 30 days at a...
  • LINDA C. BLACK HOROSCOPES for 10/02/14

    Today's Birthday (10/02/14). Expansion and growth comes through group participation this year. Express yourself and serve others with creativity. Craft a masterpiece. Changes with a partnership (especially after 10/8) lead to new and profitable...
  • McAuliffe's energy plans sticks with "all of the above"

    McAuliffe's energy plans sticks with "all of the above"
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe's new energy plan sticks to the "all of the above" strategy he's been espousing, with support for traditional energy sources in concert with a push toward renewables and a focus on the energy sector as a jobs-creating tool. For...
  • How realistic are the U.S.-China climate change goals?

    The newly announced landmark plans by the U.S. and China to limit their greenhouse gas emissions left open the question of how realistic the targets are. The plans feature a number of ambitious goals for each nation, but they face serious challenges. A...
  • Obama, Chinese president agree to landmark climate deal

    Reflecting the urgency and scale scientists have called for to cope with climate change, the U.S. and Chinese presidents laid out ambitious new targets Wednesday to cut pollution in a deal that negotiators hope will inspire similarly dramatic...
  • Victor Davis Hanson: By age 75 you may be old and in the way

    Normally, no one would care that in a recent Atlantic essay — "Why I hope to die at 75" — Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, 57, argued that living to be 75 years old was long enough for anyone. After 75, Emanuel suggests, "We are no longer remembered as...
  • Florida's job gains in October more than double those a year ago

    Florida's job gains in October more than double those a year ago
    Florida added 20,050 private-sector jobs in October – more than doubling the 8,580 jobs gained in the same month a year ago, according to a regional employment report released Wednesday by payroll and human resources firm ADP. More than 5,600 of...
  • Resources and support in Connecticut for people with Celiac disease

    October is Celiac Awareness Month, and studies show that Celiac disease is on the rise – there are four times as many cases, according to one 2009 study, than there were 50 years ago. The disease affects the small intestine, which is damaged by...
  • Providing community health, wellness

    Providing community health, wellness
    Health and wellness has become more accessible to the community with the recent partnership between the Mandel Jewish Community Center in Palm Beach Gardens and the Jupiter Medical Center. The JCC partnership with the JMC, which brings 35 years of...
  • District hopes to tap new resource of groundwater

    District hopes to tap new resource of groundwater
    The Foothills area could gain a new way to combat the recurring drought as a study aims to see if an area of the Crescenta Valley can transform into a viable resource of usable groundwater. Earlier this year, the Crescenta Valley Water District chose...
  • Why the U.S.-China climate deal is so important

    Global-warming talks in Paris next year have a better chance of reaching a productive conclusion now that the two biggest economies in the world — which also happen to be the two biggest climate polluters — have promised to curb greenhouse...