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On Wednesday, the Tribune featured reports updating two of its major watchdog projects this year -- "Clout Goes to College," which exposed the University of Illinois admissions scandal, and "Compromised Care," which reported that elderly and disabled...
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Staff reporterLocal candy makers are at the height of the Easter season, with chocolate bunnies & chicks in full production. However, the cost of making the sweet treats is up this year, thanks to recent spikes in the price of ingredients like cocoa and sugar. "Some...
247-4737As a working mom, I don't have time to skip from store to store gathering up toilet paper here and milk over there. That's what I thought, at least. So I bypassed drug stores altogether. And then I received an e-mail from Rite Aid about the store's...
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Special to CTgetsMarried.comWhat is the newest and fastest growing trend in the multi-billion dollar per year wedding industry? Why going "green" of course. What does going "green" mean. It means that you can have organic or locally grown food, you can be whisked away in a hybrid...
Daily American Staff WriterSomerset County retailers reported significant sales growth during the past few weeks as residents prepare for Valentine’s Day. While many choose to think outside of the box when it comes to gift-giving, store managers said, traditional gifts...
Daily PressIt's someone's birthday today - and that's always cause to celebrate. Many national retailers and restaurant chains want your business and your email address badly enough to offer free sign-on gifts, coupons and birthday deals. The catch is that nearly...
During a lull on a train from Amsterdam to Paris, it hit me. A group of Canadian backpackers was chatting with the Belgian conductor, and inevitably the subject of Canada's southern neighbor arose. The predictable sighs about American foreign policy were...
As the holiday season approached, Kristy Myers sent a message on Twitter to see if anyone minded that she wasn't planning on mailing cards. When no one responded, Myers joined other environmentally conscious people and skipped the paper. It's one of many...
247-4737Last month, savvy Internet shoppers signed up for a free Snuggie, free chocolate-covered strawberries, a free engraved key chain and a free Joyce Meyer 2010 calendar. Nearly $40 in products, that short list represents just a fraction of the offers that...
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