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  • How much do Illinois' largest companies invest in themselves?

    How much do Illinois' largest companies invest in themselves?
    Investing in your own business is an optimistic bet on your future, a sign you expect to make more money by spending on everything from technology to machinery to new locations. Weaker-than-anticipated business investment is a key reason that overall...
  • Simsbury To Buy Property On Farmington River

    Simsbury To Buy Property On Farmington River
    SIMSBURY — The town is moving ahead with buying property on the Farmington River that could provide more access to the river for recreation. The house at 1 Old Bridge Road has been for sale since the summer and when the board of selectmen met on...
  • No Question Why Oversight Of Charters Is Needed

    No Question Why Oversight Of Charters Is Needed
    Each revelation about Michael Sharpe and the Jumoke Academy charter school operation strengthens the case for rigorous state oversight of charter schools, particularly with regard to money. Mr. Sharpe was one of the state's most prominent charter school...
  • Temporary ice-skating rink to return to Burbank

    Temporary ice-skating rink to return to Burbank
    A temporary ice-skating rink that took over the parking lot behind City Hall last holiday season will return this year and stick around a little longer. The Burbank City Council approved an agreement Tuesday night that allows a section of the parking...
  • Rising Sheriff's Office salaries pose budget challenge

    Rising Sheriff's Office salaries pose budget challenge
    The price of providing public safety keeps going up in Palm Beach County, with soaring salaries for Sheriff's Office employees taking much of the blame for the rising public cost. Increased salaries are prompting more scrutiny of Ric Bradshaw's personnel...
  • Why sheriffs oppose medical pot: Profits, not public safety

    The opposition of the Florida Sheriffs Association to Amendment 2 has more to do with cash than public safety. The sheriffs have become so accustomed to federal anti-drug money and property forfeitures that they resist any change that might someday shut...
  • Parking complicates plans for ACE Café

    Parking complicates plans for ACE Café
    Developers of the ACE Café, proposed for Garland Avenue and Livingston Street in downtown Orlando, have pulled their plans with the city to address parking issues, an ACE official said. Earlier this year, the British-based motorcycle brand signed a...
  • Baltimore County buys rural property once slated for megachurch

    Baltimore County buys rural property once slated for megachurch
    The Baltimore County Council voted unanimously Monday to approve the $3 million purchase of land in the rural community of Granite that had once been considered for a megachurch. The county will buy 258 acres of undeveloped land owned by Bethel AME...
  • Industrial market booms in Baltimore

    Industrial market booms in Baltimore
    Work will begin Monday on a massive new warehouse in Aberdeen for which the developer has not signed a tenant. The 571,000-square-foot project at the Perryman Logistics Center is one of six new buildings Chesapeake Real Estate Group has in the works,...
  • Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town

    Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town
    The 1970s brought a fundamental shift in the management – and ownership – of most newspapers in the nation, including The Courant.] The Watergate scandal, and the role played by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, re-...
  • Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival

    Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival
    Last month, there was a wall-raising by volunteers who are building a Victorian-style home in Hartford's Asylum Hill neighborhood. There haven't been many of these put up since Queen Victoria herself left the throne. It's a good story. At the dawn of...