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Two companies are battling in court to take over Chicago's electric-vehicle charging stations, which are less than two-thirds complete amid a backlog of unpaid bills and a federal probe into payments to vendors. JNS Holdings Corp. in Arlington Heights...
Boston HeraldHigher worker bonuses and a strong technology sector helped the Massachusetts economy grow faster than the nation for the first three months of the year, but experts warned that federal budget cuts and the payroll tax increase are already taking a toll on...
Tags: Public Finance, Labor Markets, Politics
The Telegraph, Nashua, N.H.The most controversial broadcast system in television -- Aereo, which allows over-the-air streaming of channels in a direct challege to Comcast -- is coming to Greater Nashua. New York City-based Aereo, which gathers over-the-air signals using large...
The Hartford CourantSpring is the high season of college life in Boston, with Frisbee on the Common and sun-bathing on the Esplanade, but students were finding it a very different place Friday as they stared out their windows from the dormitories where they were locked down....
NEW YORK (AP) — It's a vexing puzzle about the Boston Marathon bombings: The younger of the two accused brothers hardly seemed headed for a monumental act of violence. How could he team up with his older brother to do this? Nobody knows for sure,...
The BladeMonica Van Pelt is a 17-year-old charmer -- a spunky teen with good grades, a whimsical sense of humor, and a smile that could melt butter. She also has a handshake firmer than that of many grown men and, more importantly, she packs a knockout punch....
Tags: Psychology, Heavyweight, Boxing, Olympic Games, Sports
Bangor Daily News, MaineMaine natives holed up in the Boston area during Friday morning's regional lockdown said the normally active major metropolitan area has become an "eerie" ghost town, while police conduct a massive search for a man they believe played a role in Monday's...
The Hartford CourantThe final planning meeting for Saturday's UConn Blue-White Spring Football Game took place in the press box at Rentschler Field Thursday and the focus was singular. "Dedicated strictly to security," said Jack Freeman, Rentschler's director of stadium...
Portland Press Herald, MaineA Falmouth High School graduate who was injured by a bomb near the finish line of the Boston Marathon returned home to Maine on Wednesday. Sarah Girouard, 20, who is a junior at Northeastern University in Boston, was released from Tufts Medical Center...
As record heat baked Baltimore, a wave of violence unfurled across the city: six shootings and eight people wounded over a period of less than eight hours. The first shots were fired around dinnertime Wednesday, and the violence continued until after...
For most schoolboy chess players, approaching a chess board with Jonathan Kogen in the other chair is like a rookie NBA player confronting Michael Jordan in his prime, crouched and ready. Kogen, a 17-year-old junior at Deerfield High School, is a...
Joyce Lain Kennedy - Careers NowDEAR JOYCE: I was asked for my references when I applied as an office worker at a company near my house. I hadn't worked before so I asked several of my neighbors for references. The office manager said they were "friend" references, not job references,...
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