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email@example.comThe Hagerstown City Council Tuesday evening unanimously approved the introduction of ordinances that would designate school speed-camera zones and approve a loan to buy larger recycling bins for city residents. The five-member council approved the...
Brian Eggebrecht has been farming for 30 years and remembers the sky-high interest rates of the early 1980s. That makes today's rock-bottom rates even more attractive. "This is huge," says the Malta, Mont., producer. "How often in your farming career...
Paying for graduate school is an expensive proposition. Costs vary depending on which graduate program you choose, whether you are a full or part-time student, in an accelerated program or not, living on campus or commuting, etc. Seeking scholarship,...
Two huge civil cases led by Baltimore — one that ended last week as the other gained momentum — spotlight City Hall's emerging role as an aggressive watchdog against the misdeeds of multinational banks. On Thursday, Wells Fargo settled a...
Many people have heard the phrase “a penny saved is a penny earned.” What happens to that penny over time? The penny you save will not always be worth a penny. Sometimes it will be worth more or less than a penny. The value of the penny changes over...
No matter where you live, the chances are good that a state or local government near you may be having some difficulty in balancing its budget. As a citizen, you’re probably concerned about how this situation will affect your life and your...
Tribune staff reporterIt's a perplexing stock market, and January's outstanding market sectors say it all. The top three: Health care, telecommunications and materials--not kindred spirits that usually rise together. After all, health care is a defensive haven for...
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsI was going to write about the end of storied Yankee Stadium and the implosion of not-so-storied Miami Arena (feel free to share your favorite memories below), but the proposed $700 billion government bailout of teetering financial firms seems a......
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Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsI got a letter from Bank of America the other day. The fine folks at Bank of America wanted to let me know that they were raising my credit card interest rates. Currently, the card has an 8.9 percent fixed......
Of The Morning CallI-iesha Leon of Bethlehem never expected her one-and-a-half year stint at Lehigh Valley College could cost her $92,910.47. That's what she's on track to pay -- seven student loans totaling $37,514, plus $55,396.47 in interest. In its quest for tuition...
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Sun StaffAfter last year's stock market rout, managing money may not seem like such a glamorous pursuit. But executives who run brokerages and mutual fund companies are hoping for a bit of luster to return to their businesses with rebounds in the market and the...
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