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The Huntington Beach's city attorney's office has responded to a lawsuit challenging the city's plans to attract more business and tourism to its downtown. The legal team said the residents group Huntington Beach Neighbors has no evidence that the...
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Editor's note: This corrects how the city treasurer is selected, which will still be by election. Let's imagine you just won the lottery and you have $150 million in the bank. Would you (a) hire a full-time professional to manage your money, or (b) hire...
Matthew Harper, a first-time Huntington Beach City Council candidate, has been involved in politics in some way — and often several ways at once — since he graduated from USC. In addition to 12 years as a trustee with the Huntington Beach...
Citadel LLC founder Kenneth Griffin named and shamed local corporations that have taken tax incentives from the financially strapped state in a speech to a prominent Chicago business group. "The last election cycle I called a local CEO to talk to him...
U.S. News & World Report announced recently two news stories that directly relate to Washington County. First, they published their national rankings of high schools, broken down by state. Of Washington County’s 10 high schools, eight were ranked in...
TidewaterBizHampton chose Leonard Sledge to lead the city’s economic development department, the city manager announced Tuesday. Sledge, the director of economic development for the College of William and Mary, is a member of the city’s Economic...
Tribune staff reporterCitadel founder Kenneth Griffin named and shamed local corporations that have taken tax incentives from the state’s financially strapped government in a Monday evening speech to a prominent Chicago business group. "The last election cycle I called...
Bethlehem City Council President Robert Donchez claimed the city's top office Wednesday after his opponent in the mayoral primary, J. William Reynolds, called to concede after a nail-biting night of watching returns. While the results won't be...
U.S. Department of Commerce Announces a $20 Million Investment to Support Economic Disaster Recovery in Joplin, MissouriWASHINGTON — Acting U.S. Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank today announced that the Economic Development Administration (EDA) will award a $20 million grant to Joplin, Missouri, to assist with the city’s economic recovery following a...
With two incumbents not seeking reelection, the Democratic primary race for Bethlehem City Council includes some familiar names and political newcomers going after four seats. Eric Evans is seeking a second term on council and Karen Dolan a third....
Sanford officials announced today that the city has hired Bob Turk, DeLand's economic development director, for the same position in Sanford. Turk will earn $81,845 annually. He replaces Nick McRay, who resigned earlier this year. "I am very excited...
Tribune reporterOwners and managers of mid-sized businesses in the Chicago area remain worried about the economy and strongly critical of government policies, according to a new survey. The Cole Taylor Business Owners Confidence Index survey for the first half of 2013...
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