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Courthouse phones still on the fritz
County Commissioner Carlos Salazar places his hands over his head as he reads through paperwork during Monday's court meeting.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Ed Schultz opposes Obama's immigration executive order, partly due to impact on workers
On his MSNBC show yesterday, Ed Schultz came out against Barack Obama issuing an Executive Order that would in effect legalize millions of illegal aliens.
Democrats push making labor organizing a 'civil right'
Myron Byrd puts his W-2 tax form on display during a protest outside a Wal-Mart store on June 4,... Reps.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
The Bennington Banner
Town tax rate to rise 2.5 percent
The Select Board set the town tax rate at roughly $1.02 at its Monday meeting. The municipal rate is made up of three other rates, one for the town general fund, the highway fund, and the fire department.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
The dark side of the renovation boom
The hit Canadian TV show Property Brothers follows a formula as rigid as a newly sistered floor joist.
The Demise Of Whole Foods Is A Fallacy
The current trend of healthy eating without pesticides and GMOs has sparked a similarly popular trend of expressing a position regarding the outlook of Whole Foods Market .
Sun Jul 27, 2014
KLRN-TV San Antonio
the Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative
It's alive and well at the conservative American Enterprise Institute -- AEI - where Brooks became president in 2009.
Does Steve Madden Have More Upside?
The footwear business' development is filled by expanding wellbeing worries that are pushing customers to grasp a dynamic lifestyle.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
Disney moves toward $10 hourly starting pay as job market rebounds
Walt Disney World is among big companies moving toward paying workers at least $10 an hour - a change that experts say will improve the standard of living for the lowest-paid employees and could pressure other employers to raise pay.
Opponents of Stoughton Wal-Mart development question economics of TIF
Part of a development pitched for the western edge of Stoughton, the city council approved a development agreement earlier this year to build the multi-stage project.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Caribou residents intrigued by secession effort
A proposal for 80 percent of Caribou's geographic area to break away and form a new town called Lyndon in an effort to lower property taxes has taken many residents by surprise and it's been the topic of discussion around town since it was unveiled last week .
Brookhaven planners to vote on proposed Walmart
The Brookhaven Planning Board plans to vote on a proposed Walmart in East Patchogue at its board meeting early next month.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Potential Hanover Walmart approved despite neighbor resistance
Neighbors in Hanover are upset after county officials gave the go-ahead for a new development, possibly a Walmart Neighborhood Market.
Fairness to Pet Owners Act brewing in Senate
U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Richard Blumenthal are preparing to introduce a companion bill to the U.S. House's Fairness to Pet Owners Act filed in February.
What to expect from Google's delivery service
Staff writer Sonya Sorich models her pink Fitbit. She ordered it to test the Google Shopping Express service in the Sacramento region.
Small Business Trends
Are You Retailers Ready for the Back to School Shopping Season?
Even before July 4, some retailers in my area were advertising back to school specials.
Walmart marks Eid with Facebook recipe ad
Walmart Canada is in the midst of a Facebook campaign timed to coincide with the Muslim holiday Eid.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Go Green with Beautiful Blooms
You are probably wondering to yourself, "Do I need to have lawn aeration performed on my lawn?".
Central American teens fit under Wolverine Human Services permitted use, Vassar city manager says
Wolverine Human Services doesn't need new zoning or permits in order to house Central American minors at its Vassar facility, the city's attorney says.
Holyoke survey results to be aired for Whiting Farms Rd. site once desired by Walmart, Lowe's
Members of the group Holyoke First want a zone change on Whiting Farms Road property to block any large retailer and heavy traffic that it could bring from opening on the site, which is owned by the Holyoke Gas and Electric Department.