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  • Local playwright premieres new comedy

    What happens when you feel the world has left you behind and you're at a loss with all the changes around you? Lawrence Fox has written a tongue-in-cheek and somewhat autobiographical comedy about "a poor schlepp who has lived in Bethlehem all his...
  • Frozen February pushes U.S. retail sales down 3rd month

    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. retail sales fell in February, as auto purchases dropped by the most in more than a year and Americans spent less at restaurants and home improvement stores. Retail sales fell 0.6 percent last month after a 0.8 percent...
  • As winter breaks, Md. gears up for pothole season

    As winter breaks, Md. gears up for pothole season
    For the second year in a row, the road to spring is paved with more potholes than usual. March marks the start of Maryland's annual "pothole season," as one official put it Tuesday, but a second winter in a row of frigid cold and repeated snowstorms has...
  • Gas No Longer Under $2 in Any State

     
    The national average for regular unleaded gas has increased 38 days in a row, the longest such streak in more than two years, according to the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report, and has climbed 41 cents per gallon during that......
  • What to do if you're planning a summer trip

    What to do if you're planning a summer trip
    If you're planning a summer trip, you'll need to take care of some arrangements and purchases well in advance of your departure day. Here are some suggestions. Buying your airline tickets. By now, you've probably seen those reports that say buy an...
  • Burton H. Levinson

    Burton H. Levinson
    Burton H. Levinson, a funeral director and World War II veteran who was vice president of Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc., died Sunday at his winter home in Boca Raton, Fla., of myelodysplasia, a blood disease. He was 91. "I worked with Burt for 661/2 years,"...
  • Gas prices to remain volatile this month

    Gas prices to remain volatile this month
    Increases in gasoline prices slowed last week but could pick up in March, travel club AAA said. The price of regular unleaded gas in Broward County averaged $2.53 per gallon Monday, up one cent from a week earlier but still down $1 from a year ago....
  • 03/09: Business events

    03/09: Business events
    Chamber Winter Park: Good Morning Winter Park, 7:45 a.m. March 13, Winter Park Chamber of Commerce/Welcome Center, 151 W. Lyman Ave., Winter Park. Cost: free. Details: 407-644-8281 or winterpark.org. Winter Park: Small Business Education Series, 8 a....
  • Snowstorm Makes Commuting A Messy Job; Many Schools Delay Opening

    Snowstorm Makes Commuting A Messy Job; Many Schools Delay Opening
    A winter storm marked with bursts of heavy snow throughout the day Monday wreaked havoc on the morning and evening commutes while leaving a foot of snow in some parts of the state. By Tuesday morning, some roads remained encrusted with packed snow and...
  • Energizer debuts recycled AA and AAA batteries

    Energizer debuts recycled AA and AAA batteries
    Billions of discarded household batteries make their way into landfills every year and now one of the nation's largest battery makers says it is putting some of them to good use. Suburban St. Louis-based Energizer Holdings on Tuesday introduced...
  • Refinery strike pushes up wholesale gasoline prices

    Refinery strike pushes up wholesale gasoline prices
    Gasoline traders reacted quickly to the first nationwide oil refinery walkout in more than three decades, pumping up wholesale prices to their highest level in more than a month. But analysts questioned whether there would be longer-lasting consequences...