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One of my dearest friends was involved in planning this past weekend's Children's Charity Ball at the Hartford Golf Club to benefit The Bridge Family Center in West Hartford. She invited my husband and me to be guests at her table. Well, what is...
CTW FeaturesBUDGET GUIDE In debt is no way to start a marriage. Follow this guide to stay over the moon – and under your budget – while planning your wedding. The numbers below are general estimates; adjust as necessary to fit your wedding’s style...
StatewideThe most successful businesses thrive by keeping a close eye on controlling their own costs. Since 2008, Discount Power has offered commercial clients the opportunity to save on energy costs. Emendee Technologies, LLC is a company that offers energy...
The Miami HeraldThere have been signs on two fronts this week that the Obama administration is willing to work toward warmer relations with Cuba that have been all but frozen since Havana jailed a U.S. government subcontractor in 2009. Two days of talks between U.S. and...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and Cuba are exploring the possibility of resuming direct mail services between the two countries after a 50-year ban, U.S. officials with knowledge of the talks said on Monday. Representatives from the U.S. State...
More than a decade ago, I ordered a book from a publisher specializing in technical books. I then received notice that my credit card information, along with hundreds of others, had been compromised by an Internet hacker who had penetrated the publisher's...
— Thirty-five years ago in United States v. Choate, the courts ruled that the U.S. Postal Service may record "mail cover," i.e., what's written on the outside of an envelope — the addresses of sender and receiver. The National Security...
Last Sunday, a few days after news broke that the National Security Agency was running a massive electronic surveillance program, The Times published a letter from Arcadia resident David Strauss implying that the Facebook generation had this coming. "[...
Glenn C. Haynes, 93, of Boonsboro, Md., died peacefully at his home in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 16, 2013. Born Nov. 19, 1919, in Rohrersville, Md., he was the second son of David Harold and Elsie (Haines) Haynes. Glenn married his...
Question: I am very concerned about who's really running my gated community's association. A tenant next door suffers from severe problems. For the last year, three nights a week, he is either throwing furniture around, banging on the walls and screaming,...
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After her husband died in March, Catherine Wirtz's children wanted her closer. So in May, the 77-year-old moved from an assisted living facility in Ottawa, Ill., to a similar facility in Oak Park. To ensure her mail made the move, Wirtz called the...
The Free Lance-Star (Fredericksburg, Va.)WESTPORT, Conn. John Lennon once wrote that "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans," and the same thing could be said about tinkering in America. Long thought of as an activity for old crackpots squirreling around in their...
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