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Starting Monday, South Florida customers can walk into any Verizon Wireless store and purchase Comcast services. Thanks to a joint venture between the two mega-media companies, you can make one stop to pay a bill or upgrade your cellphone service with...
A professional athlete’s career is always just one injury or one bad season away from ending forever. So, instead of blowing money on cars and houses, many are aiming to win big in franchising as they look to their financial futures following...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA federal program called EB-5 has been the key component in keeping the Northern Beef Packers project moving forward, say two men who are involved in the Aberdeen beef plant. Under the EB-5 program, residents of other countries provide capital or...
After months of planning, a group led by gambling giant Caesars Entertainment Corp. is expected to get the green light Tuesday to build a 3,750 slot-machine casino ringed with restaurants a few blocks from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Maryland's...
Time is the enemy of old buildings, breaking them down just as it breaks people down. But time can save them as well as provide the attractive patina of age. Time — or, more accurately, the passage of time — can upend the economic assumptions...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today (Wednesday) wrapped-up the public portion of its scientific "Peer Review" of the proposed Pebble Mine. Twelve scientists will spend the next few months -- in closed-door sessions -- gathering information...
Court records filed Friday show that the high bidder for the Sparrows Point steel mill is a Missouri redevelopment firm called Environmental Liability Transfer. An official with the company, which bid $72 million, said in an interview Friday that...
In July 2010, a patient of Daytona Beach chiropractor Joseph Wagner accidentally overdosed within days of being prescribed painkillers, muscle relaxers and anti-anxiety drugs. That patient lived. Five months later, another one of Wagner's patients ...
Tags: Ridgewood, Prescription Drugs, Orlando, Daytona Beach, Insurance
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe City of Wichita Board of Bids on Tuesday voted unanimously to reject an appeal from contractor Dondlinger/Hunt, which protested its disqualification for work related to the new airport terminal project. Dondlinger/Hunt has seven days to file a...
pix11.com | @murphypixHomicide detectives are investigating the mysterious death of an Orthodox Jewish man who begged for money outside synagogues, even though his massive collection of vintage TV photos was said to be worth millions of dollars. 55 year old Howard Frank was...
Tags: Lucille Ball, Christianity, Judaism, Suicide, Flatbush
Police arrested a Costa Mesa man Sunday after he allegedly shot his former business partner in the Redwood Avenue home they shared. Thomas Michael Wilhelm, 48, was booked on suspicion of murder and is being held in Orange County Jail in lieu of $1-...
Last fall at the Society for Range Management annual meeting a local Jones County producer was recognized for their outstanding conservation efforts. Valburg Limited Partnership was presented with the Area III Excellence in Range Management award. The...
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