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  • Wethersfield Has New Zoning Enforcement Officer

    WETHERSFIELD — There's a new zoning sheriff in town. Monica Holloway, the town's new zoning enforcement officer, started work about three weeks ago, said Town Manager Jeff Bridges. Holloway's job is to enforce zoning and property maintenance rules,...
  • Another Wrigleyville rooftop bar?

    Another Wrigleyville rooftop bar?
    Rooftop bar fans could have another spot in Wrigleyville to add to their checklist. The owners of Old Crow Smokehouse, which is located at 3506 N. Clark St. in the former Chen's restaurant space, would like to add a 3,000-square-foot rooftop patio on...
  • Don't rely on expected government pension to pay for retirement

    Dear Liz: My husband works for the government and will be receiving a pension when he retires. Am I still supposed to save the recommended amount for retirement from my income or can that amount be reduced since we know we have the pension? We are...
  • Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck

    Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck
    Where can you dig up a dinosaur, take an airboat ride and fly a space mission? At the science center, of course, but here's where you've got decisions to make. Which one? Florida has 21 museums that are part of the international Association of Science-...
  • City pension move may be legal, but it's wrong [Letter]

    City pension move may be legal, but it's wrong [Letter]
    It is a disturbing "slippery slope" decision by Baltimore City to change the pension benefits of those who have already retired ("City's pension changes upheld," Aug. 7). The public servants that think it is fair to make these decisions, including the...
  • Rescuing the children who come after McKenzie [Letter]

    Rescuing the children who come after McKenzie [Letter]
    Thanks for Raymond Daniel Burke's poignant commentary on the drive-by shooting of 3-year-old McKenzie Elliott ("Apathetic no more," Aug. 5). In 1992 Dantrell Davis, a 7-year-old resident of Chicago's Cabrini-Green who was walking to school on the...
  • Selling city parking garages makes sense [Commentary]

    Selling city parking garages makes sense [Commentary]
    Running parking garages is not a core function of government, so Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake's plan to sell off city-owned garages would be an encouraging step toward shedding non-essential city assets and investing in more important priorities for the...
  • Quinn dumps Democratic state fair rally for second year in row

    Quinn dumps Democratic state fair rally for second year in row
    SPRINGFIELD — For the second year in a row, Democrat Pat Quinn decided his political party won’t hold the traditional all-out rally on Governor’s Day at the Illinois State Fair even though it’s a high-profile election year....
  • What's the secret of Nixon's unpopularity?

    Most American presidents' reputations improve after they leave office. In the warm light of history, once-derided chief executives seem to gain retroactive stature. The most vivid example is Harry Truman, who left the White House during the Korean War...
  • A Marshall Plan for Central America?

    To the editor: To understand why Central American countries are in their current state, we would have to go back centuries and study the colonial subjugation of indigenous peoples there. ("A U.S. immigration solution: Fix Central America," Op-Ed, Aug. 5)...
  • How will Washington respond to Paul Ryan's poverty plan?

    How will Washington respond to Paul Ryan's poverty plan?
    Yes, we Americans, our members of Congress and our presidents care intensely about the plight of our fellow citizens who live in poverty. Until a little time passes, at which point ... we all move on. All of us, that is, except the millions of people...