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  • Retailers offer free shipping on Monday

      Thousands of retailers are offering free shipping today, with delivery guaranteed by Christmas Eve. But which retailers are the most reliable when it comes to shipping during one of the busiest weeks of the year? One survey, based on shipping...
  • Staples to close stores, cut costs, boost online presence

    Staples Inc. is speeding up store closures, shaking up management and boosting its online business as the office-supply chain implements a multiyear plan to cut costs. The Framingham, Mass.-based company is looking to save $250 million, before taxes,...
  • Harlan: Why Costa Mesa should reject the city charter

    Over the past few months there has been much talk about approving or rejecting the proposed Costa Mesa charter, often described as a constitution for our community's governance. I invite you, my fellow Costa Mesa residents, to think of the charter in a...
  • Retailers hope back-to-school season will boost spending

    Retailers hope back-to-school season will boost spending
    It's the height of summer, but inside many Baltimore-area stores, fall has arrived. While shoppers sorted through racks of discounted shorts and tank tops, retailers at White Marsh Mall began displaying school backpacks and uniforms. Area Target stores...
  • Government moves to oversee at-home genetic tests

    Government moves to oversee at-home genetic tests
    During a stay at a resort two years ago, Carol Arand bought $4,000 in genetic tests after a spa physician praised their potential to improve her health. If ever she got sick, Arand reasoned, she could take the results to her doctor. "I hoped that this...
  • State Rejects CNG Request To Increase Rates, Orders Revenue Cut Instead

    State regulators have rejected a request from Connecticut Natural Gas that might have raised customers' rates by 1.9 percent. In a decision issued Monday, the state Department of Public Utility Control said it would instead cut CNG's revenues by $16.8...
  • Democrats pin hopes on Alex Sink bid for governor

    Just a few years ago, Alex Sink wouldn't have envisioned her position today: Atop the Florida Democratic Party, hoping to lead a resurgence after it has been out of power in state politics for so long. In an eventful summer, the first-term chief...
  • Former police officer arrested

    Authorities arrested a Fountain Valley man and former police officer who failed to show up to court to be arraigned for more than 60 charges related to defrauding clients of his unlicensed private investigation business. Kevin Michael Sianez, 53, was...
  • Hampton School Board suing former chief; he's countersuing

    Hampton School Board suing former chief; he's countersuing
    HAMPTON — The Hampton School Board is suing former Superintendent Patrick Russo for $102,220 claiming he must forfeit money put into a retirement fund for him because he broke his contract with the school division. Russo submitted his resignation...
  • State has oversight of mobile mechanics

    A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the apparently growing trend of mobile mechanics — I say "apparently" because no one can keep track of how many there are. Buy a set of tools, post an ad on the website Craigslist.com — on the Orlando...
  • Workers rarely unplug from the office

    Workers rarely unplug from the office
    Danny Black can run his closet design business from just about anywhere — his Mount Washington office, on the way to meet with clients, at home on weekends and even during his family's summer trips to Ocean City. "Most clients don't know I've...