Archive for May, 2012

Wissahickon School Board adopts budget with no tax increase

For the fifth time in the past seven years, Wissahickon School District residents will see no increase on their tax bill.

Markets Live: Shares trim losses

Australian shares pare early losses but remain on course to post a loss of about 7% or more – one of the worst months since the global financial crisis erupted in 2008.

Investors Flee Low Yields for 'Floating Rate' Funds

These risky funds are paying off handsomely — but for how long?

ANN ARBOR: Center for Independent Living encourages coming together to support disabled residents, veterans

Finding ways to help disabled residents was the mission put to attendees of the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living's Spring Gathering.

County, city jobless rates fall in April

Frederick County's unemployment rate was 5 6 percent in April, according to the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

ANN ARBOR: Center for Independent Living encourages coming together to support disabled residents, veterans

Finding ways to help disabled residents was the mission put to attendees of the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living's Spring Gathering.

Markets Live: Shares see-saw higher

This morning's rally has faded as investors remain wary about the eurozone's debt crisis, but the big miners and banks are still trading higher.

Candidates square off at chamber forum

Kelsey Kruzich/ Staff Photo: Left, Will Sowell and Dan Bollner, who are running for Place 3 on the Frisco City Council, discuss business opportunities for the city.

Sherwood officials weigh revenue, needs

Several Sherwood city officials said during an Aug. 30 budget meeting that there are serious needs in city infrastructure maintenance and upgrades.

Housing Starts Probably Rebounded From a Five-Month Low

Builders in the U.S. probably broke ground on more houses in April, rebounding from a five-month low and indicating the industry is stabilizing, economists said before a report today.