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KANSAS-TAXES Kan. gov. pushing lawmakers to wrap up tax debate TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Governor Sam Brownback is telling Kansas legislators that it's time for them to resolve their differences on tax issues and finish their work for the year. The...
The Hartford CourantIn the mind of most any longtime Connecticut resident, Stamford is not one of the Big Three. Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport, the old-line, core New England cities, all are anchors for suburban towns that grew up in the post-World War II era, and all...
From its start, Infinity Theatre Company has had a mission to bring New York City productions to Anne Arundel County. It was a goal fulfilled in the troupe's first full season in 2011 with the show "My Way," which played in Annapolis after previewing in...
ReutersBorders owes nothing to holders of roughly $210.5 million of gift cards that had not been used by the time the bookstore chain shut down, a Manhattan federal judge ruled on Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter said it would be unfair to other...
The Varsity BlogEaston High graduate David Hightower recently took home two gold medals to help the Rider men’s track and field team win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference outdoor track and field championship. The senior won the 110 hurdlers in an IC4A......
The Hartford CourantOn the night before the first anniversary of the death of Marina Keegan, the 22-year-old writer who was killed in a car crash on Cape Cod days after graduating magna cum from Yale, her play "Utility Monster," will have its world premiere at the...
Editor's note: Erin Van Berkmoes, guest relations specialist with the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce, submitted the following column. The Petoskey chamber provides administrative support and meeting space for the local SCORE business counseling...
AP National WriterNEW YORK (AP) — Khaled Hosseini, whose novels have sold more than 38 million copies worldwide, knows what a lucky man he is. "What separates me from someone in the streets of Kabul is such a thin line," says the Afghan-American author of "The...
The Kansas City StarMANHATTAN, Kan. At the age of 73, Verl Stevens is going back to the ways of his past. He fished for crappies at Tuttle Creek Reservoir some 50 years, and still has good memories of catching stringers of big fish in no time at all. But over the years,...
The Wichita EagleWICHITA, Kan. Jon Hawkinson has seen the highs and lows of Tuttle Creek Reservoir throughout the lake's 50-year history. For most of last year and earlier this spring, he enjoyed it even though it was literally near its lowest of lows. "That whole...
Grilling books are getting a bit much these days, aren't they? Either you're commanded to build a veritable pyre to sear your steak, preferably on a Patagonian plain, or you must search out a whole hog whose bloodlines are bluer than yours, or you have to...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Prosecutors are considering charging Steven A. Cohen's SAC Capital Advisors as a criminal enterprise engaged in a long pattern of insider trading in stocks, according to a person familiar with the matter. Prosecutors may use the...
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