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  • KidsPeace emerges from bankruptcy

    KidsPeace, the Orefield-based organization that's been treating troubled children for more than a century, emerged from bankruptcy Friday after shedding more than $80 million in pension obligations and millions of dollars in yearly debt. Fourteen months...
  • Goal Of New Wethersfield Zoning Officer Is 'Compliance'

    WETHERSFIELD -- There's a new zoning sheriff in town. Monica Holloway, the town's newly hired zoning enforcement officer, started work about three weeks ago, according to Town Manager Jeff Bridges. Holloway's job is to enforce zoning and property...
  • Susan Tompor: Do college students need a safe to protect against ID theft?

    Back-to-school ads aren't just featuring deals on backpacks and blue jeans. The other day, I spotted an ad that highlighted a colorful, small safe to bring to your college dorm room. It's one more sign that college students need to think about ID theft...
  • Museum celebrates wild weather

    The old saying is a always appropriate in Hampton Roads: If you don't like the weather then wait 10 minutes, because it will change. But what happens when the weather turns foul? The Hampton History Museum is holding a family friendly event Aug. 9...
  • 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...
  • Downers Grove businesses seek to keep old signs

    Downers Grove businesses seek to keep old signs
    Several Downers Grove business owners have tried to keep from building new signs for their establishments in the wake of newly enforced village policies. Retailers including Fry's Electronics, Kohl's and two Best Buy locations have petitioned to keep...
  • Google giving higher search value to sites that use encryption

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. One of the world's most powerful Internet companies is using its leverage to prod other websites into adopting a key safeguard against malicious hackers who try to steal Internet users' passwords or eavesdrop on their online...
  • United rolls out new passport-scanning feature for mobile check-ins

    United rolls out new passport-scanning feature for mobile check-ins
    Passengers on United Airlines will be able to scan their passports and check in for international flights on their smartphones or other mobile device, the airline announced Wednesday. It is adding the passport-scanning function to its mobile app for iOS...
  • Identity thieves exploit changes in federal law to file phony tax returns

    Something was odd when the IRS letter arrived in the mail. Addressed to Sherril and Jessica, it asked about the couple's 2013 joint tax return. Only problem: Sherril Cortez had already filed her 2013 income tax return with her husband of 25 years,...
  • VA still in no rush to provide benefits to veterans

    Some benefits claims from veterans are complicated and should take time for the government to resolve. I wouldn't count the claim filed by Carl Dean among them. Dean of Northampton was a jet mechanic at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland 1962-66. He...
  • Yen slips on pension fund stock shift; eyes on ECB

    LONDON (Reuters) - The yen sagged on Thursday on news that Japan's public pension fund plans to increase its allocation to the domestic stock market, while the euro held steady as investors awaited details of the European Central Bank's latest outlook...