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As millennials come of age and baby boomers ease into retirement, there's a shift in how America shops for food. The results are helping shoppers save money on their groceries and changing the retail-food landscape. Consumers shop 2.2 times a week on...
The following is compiled from police reports. It is the Baltimore Messenger's policy to include descriptions only when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Baltimore City...
In last week's On the Spot column, letter writer Nancy Jones said she was going to London and expressed concern about whether her credit cards would work because they are not Chip and PIN (personal identification number). She said she didn't want to carry...
Phishing is alive and well online and on your cell phone. It is a good time for a reminder about phishing scheme e-mails: - No bank, financial institution, IRS member or jury selection entity will contact you via e-mail for you to respond to their...
— This is your first chance in decades to update the city's "bible." The 42-page charter, which outlines how the city is governed, hasn't been revised in its entirety since the early 1980s, although it's been amended since then. Now the city is...
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed legislation that would have repealed a tax break for low-income seniors and disabled residents who live in rental housing. Nixon's veto Tuesday came as no surprise. The governor originally...
MANSFIELD, Mo.-- The Mansfield Community Center is getting a new name. Saturday, it will become the Ann Short Turner Community Center, after a big-time donation. There is a building dedication Saturday, May 18, at 2:30. The public is invited to...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers have passed legislation that could patch a hole in the state budget for early childhood programs and health care for the blind. Two bills given final approval Friday would transfer $55 million from...
Burbank received a “AAA” credit rating this month from Standard & Poor’s, which cited the city’s “strong local economy and steady tax base growth.” City officials were pleased with the score, which is the highest...
Los Angeles Times Television CriticThrusting an intelligent idealist into a leadership position is a time-honored method of chronicling the corruptive nature of power, particularly the political variety. (Please see "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington") In recent years, television writers have...
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Shalom Klein and his wife, Elisheva, of Skokie, both 23, are avoiding debt by sharing a used car that they have paid for, renting until they can afford to buy a house and paying off their credit card balance every month. Their undergrad college bills...
Dear Liz: A few years ago I finished paying off my debt and now am in the very low-risk credit category. I have savings equal to about three months' worth of bills and am working to get that to six months' worth. I'm wondering, though, about an...
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