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  • Lafayette College Arts Plaza nominated for award, and other company news

    Lafayette College Arts Plaza nominated for award Spillman Farmer Architects recently announced that Arts Plaza at Lafayette College has been nominated for American-Architects' Building of the Year. Arts Plaza earned its nomination after being selected...
  • The Crowd: CHOC dinner is the stuff of Legends

    Orange County nonprofits are joining the celebrity-infused bandwagon in greater numbers. Having a recognized accomplished talent front the local O.C. gala not only adds flair and excitement to the party, it brings in donations. And sometimes, if not...
  • The Bridge Family Center Hosts Annual Children's Charity Ball

    The Bridge Family Center  Hosts Annual Children's Charity Ball
    For The Bridge Family Center’s board vice president Mary Butler dressing for its annual Children’s Charity Ball was all about the bling. Because she was the one modeling one of its live auction items, a $3600,  1.7 carat white gold and...
  • Don Tollefson is guilty of bilking people who donated to his charity

     Don Tollefson is guilty of bilking people who donated to his charity
    Don Tollefson left a Bucks County courtroom in handcuffs Wednesday after a jury found the former Philadelphia TV sportscaster guilty of scamming nearly 200 people who donated to his youth charities. Surrounded by a throng of news cameras, the charismatic...
  • Retired banker speeds up connection between funds and Alzheimer's research

    PITTSBURGH As a banker, Jeffrey Morby soared to the top with jobs running international operations for the Bank of Boston and later for Mellon Bank, then based in Pittsburgh and from which he retired as vice chairman in 1996. But the demands of his full-...
  • Please don't leave! Connecticut tax agency keeps close watch on state's super-rich

    If you're a billionaire living in Connecticut, chances are the tax department is keeping an eye on you. In a state home to some of the richest Americans, tax officials go to some lengths to keep them — or, more accurately, keep the billions of...
  • Connecticut Keeps Close Eye On Its Super-Rich Residents

    HARTFORD — If you're a billionaire living in Connecticut, chances are the tax department is keeping an eye on you. Connecticut, home to some of the richest Americans, has a big stake in the billions of dollars in revenue their income taxes...
  • Mayor's Ball draws influential donors

    Mayor's Ball draws influential donors
    Builders, lobbyists and others who seek local government approvals are among the top sponsors of the Palm Beach County Mayor's Ball fundraiser for the homeless. The black-tie event on Feb. 28 offers the chance for those paying $250 per ticket to wine and...
  • Petals With Purpose gives bouquets a second life

    Petals With Purpose gives bouquets a second life
    Do you ever think about what to do with all the flowers after a wedding, bar mitzvah or bridal shower? The thought occurred to newly-married West Palm Beach resident Brittany Agro after her wedding in June 2011. "We had all these beautiful flowers and...
  • Colbourn's vision went beyond UCF: My Word

    If you live in Central Florida, regardless of whether you knew him, Trevor Colbourn touched your life. It has been my great joy and privilege to know each president of the University of Central Florida on a personal and professional level …...
  • Editorial: Cheers to the area's spirit of giving

    There is no better time than the holiday season and a pending new year to take stock of ourselves. Have we been kind to others? Have we lightened a stranger’s load? When we were asked to give, did we rise to the occasion? When it comes to giving,...