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Feb 19, 2017 | via The Times-Tribune
A nurse from Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton told city council that the hospital has a nurse "staffing crisis" that compromises patient care. Scranton City Councilman Bill Gaughan raised more questions Thursday during council's meeting about legal fees from the $195 million sale of the sewer system to a water company. Comment?
Feb 5, 2017 | via The Times-Tribune
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Jan 23, 2017 | via The Times-Tribune
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER The "Castle House" at 1021 Richmont St. in the Green Ridge section was the focus of Monday's meeting of the Scranton Housing Appeals Board. Scranton Housing Appeals Board will hear on Monday, Jan. 23 an appeal of a city order for demolition of a house at 1021 Richmont St. in Green Ridge. Comment?
Dec 31, 2016 | via The Times-Tribune
Scranton Department of Public Works employees use heavy equipment to take down a condemned home on the 400 block of North Seventh Avenue in October 2013. Lackawanna County commissioners are considering a state-authorized fee to help pay for blight demolition. Comment?
Nov 12, 2016 | via The Times-Tribune
A Fell Twp. woman complained about her student loan payments and told Carbondale police she sold crack and marijuana to pay her bills, authorities said. Comment?
Wednesday | via Philly.com
Craig R. McCoy is a member of the Inquirer investigative team. His reporting has examined police mistreatment of rape victims, corruption among Pennsylvania public officials, the high dismissal rate in the Philadelphia criminal courts, among other issues. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 21 | via Post-gazette.com
Five Pennsylvania doctors have written an open letter to state residents saying they are "seriously worried" about the health care bill that's been presented by the Republican House majority in recent days. President Donald Trump was trying to rally support for the Republican health care overhaul of Obamacare - called the Affordable Care Act - by taking his case to GOP lawmakers at the Capitol Tuesday, two days before the House plans a climactic vote that poses an important early test for his presidency. Comment?
Friday Mar 17 | via PennLive.com
Trade Talk showcases the businesses in the midstate and the people who make them work. From companies who make iconic products to the small family businesses and everyone in between, we have a little bit of everything in the midstate. Comment?
Thursday Mar 16 | via MarketWatch
Pennsylvania-based Crossfitter and real-estate agent Lindsey Hatfield met her fiancA at the gym, and her social life pretty much revolves around the place where she works out. It only makes sense, then, that Crossfitters like her want to live near a gym. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 15 | via Tax Foundation
Taxpayers who itemize deductions on their federal income tax are permitted to deduct certain taxes paid to state and local governments from their gross income for federal income tax liability purposes. State and local tax deductibility would be repealed under the House Republican Blueprint, and capped-along with other itemized deductions-under the campaign plan put forward by President Donald Trump. Comment?
3 min ago | via SFGate
We all know San Francisco is one of the most expensive places to live, but what about the rest of California? A recent study shows three California cities are more expensive than all other U.S. cities - including New York - when it comes to median home prices and how much you need to make to afford a home. Mortgage research company HSH.com 's study looks at the median home prices in major U.S. cities, as well as 30-year fixed mortgage rates and the salary needed to purchase a home in these cities. Comment?
3 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
The Libor manipulation scandal, which hit four years after the 2008 financial crisis, risked breaking all trust in London's ability to function as a financial centre. Libor, an benchmark underpinning more than $300 trillion in loans and derivatives, was set by a panel of banks that submitted short-term borrowing rates to the British Bankers' Association at the time of the scandal. Comment?
3 min ago | via The Motley Fool
These credit cards feature below-average interest rates -- sometimes even 0% for more than a year -- and can help you save a lot of money if you're carrying a big balance. When it comes to managing your money and your credit cards, there are a lot of best practices to employ -- such as not being late with payments, lest your interest rate gets increased. Comment?
9 min ago | via The Washington Post
Credit Suisse Group AG increased its bonus pool 6 percent, defying a trend toward smaller payouts at many of its peers in an effort to prevent an exodus of talent from its investment banking and Asian operations. The bank awarded 3.09 billion francs in incentive pay for 2016, according to its annual report Friday, even as charges tied to legal settlements pushed it to a second consecutive annual loss. Comment?
25 min ago | via Miami New Times
Miami real-estate analyst Andrew Stearns releases a report on the health of the city's condominium market four times per year. Read between the lines of Stearns's last three consecutive releases and its easy to picture him pulling out clumps of his hair and nervously loosening his tie as he writes the reports. Comment?
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