Proponents of South Oklahoma City's Envision 240 project to lead improvements to the Interstate 240 corridor are on the same page as the city's master planning document in progress, planOKC.
ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen tried to sneak quietly into D.C. When it opened in Dupont Circle in September 2011, there were no press releases or grand opening parties.
Caledonia residents opposed to Walmart's proposal to build a supercenter at 4-Mile and Green Bay roads breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday.
When Maryann Gregory told her son she was starting a petition drive to stop Walmart from building a grocery store in her neighborhood, she said his response was: "You can't beat 'em Mom." To which she replied, "Watch me.
In 1998, Congress passed the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which placed a three-year moratorium on new Internet taxes.
A state commission that promotes and advocates smart growth, listened closely Monday as Frederick's elected leaders touted job growth and development plans for the city and county.
Kevin Bendickson, Store Manage of the WalMart on Silver Spring Drive and a Bayside resident, answers questions from Brown Deer residents at the public discussion event May 13 about the proposed construction of a WalMart at the former Lowe's building location on Brown Deer Road.
By Ray Pitz, Sherwood Gazette During a lengthy and sometimes emotional meeting May 7, residents expressed in no uncertain terms their displeasure that a Walmart store will be constructed in Sherwood.
Six Republicans are running for three of five seats on the Warrington Township Board of Supervisors for the May 21 primary.
The City Council on Monday night agreed to pay $10,000 toward chemical treatment of Rockwell Pond to kill invasive vegetation, including purple loosestrife.
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A proposed rezoning boiled down to a developer saying that the single-family homes proposed for a mixed residential development won't work there after all and many residents saying they want the single-family homes that were promised.
The spotlight is once again on Wal-Mart Stores and its financial services. A recent Bloomberg article has given details on the Federal Advisory Council meeting held in December 2012, which strongly opposes Wal-Mart's prepaid card business.
Amazon wishes to confuse its Kindle Fire market in much the same way Microsoft does with Xbox Points.