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With hundreds of thousands of Internet users in danger of losing their online access Monday, the Better Business Bureau is urging all consumers to run a diagnostic test to see if their computers are infected. The FBI’s DNS Changer Working Group can...
email@example.comA Berkeley County employee who was hired last month through a federally-funded program that has since been cut will be laid off at the close of business on July 20. The Berkeley County Council voted 3-2 not to offer Litter Control Assistant Lewis...
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Associated PressIf you’re reading this online, you’re fine. The day that was supposed to see thousands of people knocked off the Internet has arrived, but only a few people were affected. Thousands of Internet users across the U.S. and beyond waited too...
Various areas of the Eastern Panhandle, not to mention other parts of West Virginia, still lack adequate high-speed Internet access. As a result, state officials have teamed up with local volunteers to get a better handle on citizens’ broadband...
Associated PressPolice dogs sniffed for dead bodies Monday in the rubble of buildings destroyed when an airliner crashed into them, killing all 153 aboard, as cranes lifted away heavy pieces of debris in the grisly aftermath of Nigeria’s worst air disaster in...
Q: Our son is completing his military duty and looking forward to possibly starting a small business. However, he needs some help in preparing for a business career. What kind of assistance is SCORE able to provide, especially for veterans? A: There...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNew football helmets, carts to carry laptop computers around schools and cameras to mount inside school buses are some of the items Washington County Public Schools is buying this fiscal year as part of budget adjustments. The schedule to replace the...
AP Business WriterInvestors yanked money out of stocks Thursday after new reports from the U.S. and China pointed to a sharp slowdown in manufacturing. The Dow Jones industrial plunged 251 points, the second-biggest drop this year. Losses in energy and materials...
email@example.comA state funding problem is threatening to push construction of a $5.85 million Washington County senior citizen center — already delayed 10 months — into 2012. For months, the county has awaited $600,000 it expected this year from the...
Q: We are just a month away from opening our new small business and are suddenly aware that we really need a better marketing plan, especially as it relates to targeting our customers. Can SCORE help us? A: Good timing! For starters, we recommend that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTheir brushes are electronic, not made of wood and hair. Their palettes do not hold small, wet mounds of burnt sienna and other colors but are found by a click of the mouse. And the results are often found on computer screens in homes, not hanging on...
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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The following local residents graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in the winter 2011–2012 quarter: - Amy Norman of Middletown, Md., earned an Associate in Applied Science in laboratory science technology from...
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