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  • Faith and Values: Temples throughout the ages

    In my last two columns, I've written about a new temple being constructed in the city of Philadelphia by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The temple, which is near Logan Square, is due to be completed in 2016. Since the closest temples...
  • Will your child know you love them?

    Will your child know you love them?
    Spring is officially upon us, and while April showers keep us inside, it’s the perfect time of year to sit back, reflect and embark on meaningful home projects. It’s also a great opportunity to talk about your family’s future. After...
  • Young UCF entrepreneur moves up in moving business

    Young UCF entrepreneur moves up in moving business
    Jonathan Crain had just driven 1,500 miles and was lugging heavy furniture up five flights of stairs when he developed a true appreciation for his moving-company workers. Since that day in 2007, shortly after he bought a Two Men and A Truck franchise in...
  • Letter: Transfer is not about property values

    Re: “Stop the Presses: This looks like a case of Sagebrush burning,” Dan Evans, Nov. 1. I am disappointed in this column, another instance of stereotyping La CaƱada residents and trying to devalue our true motivations. We Sagebrush folks...
  • Developers riding 606 trail deeper into Northwest Side

    Developers riding 606 trail deeper into Northwest Side
    Along portions of Chicago's 606 trail, it's hard to tell the construction workers from the construction workers. Some are working on the much-anticipated, elevated recreation space along Bloomingdale Avenue expected to open in June. Others are...
  • Republican leader seeks support from gays and lesbians

    Republican leader seeks support from gays and lesbians
    Attempting to make inroads with a Democratic-leaning voting bloc, the Palm Beach County Republican Party is reaching out to the gay and lesbian community. Chairwoman Anita Mitchell hopes gays and lesbians will see the Republican Party as something other...
  • Gloucester reassessment complete; value notices in the mail

    GLOUCESTER — Property owners in Gloucester County should begin receiving new assessment notices in the mail next week. County Assessor Derek Green presented information on the county's reassessment process to the Board of Supervisors Wednesday...
  • U.S. should back off support for Israel: My Word

    U.S. should back off support for Israel: My Word
    The U.S. shouldn't support Israel, if Israel continues its settlement policy on the West Bank. That policy is now too costly to the U.S. and the West as a whole to continue to support. The settlement policy is ethnic cleansing: removing from the land...
  • Nancy Meyer: I'm looking forward to taking helm at Sentinel

    Nancy Meyer: I'm looking forward to taking helm at Sentinel
    Next Sunday I'll be doing the same thing I love to do every Sunday morning — sitting with a great cup of coffee, reading my local newspaper, checking the opinion pages, ensuring the correct placement of ads, watching my Twitter feed and tweeting...
  • Hallandale Beach lowers tax rate, holds steady on fire fee

    Hallandale Beach lowers tax rate, holds steady on fire fee
    Homeowners will pay the same fire fee and a lower tax rate next year thanks to rising property values. Commissioners on Tuesday gave final approval to the $55.7 million budget for the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1. Even with the lower tax rate,...
  • Lauderdale-by-the-Sea lowers tax rate

    Lauderdale-by-the-Sea lowers tax rate
    Property owners will see a lower tax rate on the town's portion of their property tax bills this year, but the town will be collecting more taxes because property values have increased. Commissioners this week approved a new rate of $3.80 for each $1,000...