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Shortly after Joe Carchio was elected to his first term on the Huntington Beach City Council, he went for an orientation with the city's department heads. At one point, meeting an official, he launched into a spiel about all the things he wanted to...
No Rest for Bridget, the one-stop shopping boutique for affordable and in-style apparel, is having a summer sale at both Orange County stores in Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach — save up to 80% on the latest styles. This is the place to find...
It is probably true that every chef dreams of owning his or her own restaurant someday, and James Peters is no exception, having grown up in the food business, working at his family's restaurant, then doing his time at culinary school and in fine kitchens...
Tags: Sage, Caviar, Pies and Tarts, Potatoes, Family
Using email for job searches May 29 — Learn how to set up an email account and basic tips on using email in job searches. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Washington County Job Center, 14 N. Potomac St., Suite 100, Hagerstown. Call 301-393-8255. Lunch and...
Victorio's Oyster Bar & Grille started in 1979 as a small Italian pizzeria. Today it's a homegrown chain with locations in Apopka, Longwood, Oviedo and Titusville. Each outpost has its own personality, but all serve the same homemade sauces and...
Tags: Garlic, Oviedo, Apopka, Titusville, Oysters
Irvine Mayor Steven Choi believes his city is "one of America's best places in which to have a business." During his first annual Business Luncheon with the Mayor on Tuesday, he cited a February Orange County Business Journal article that said Irvine'...
It wasn't the scale of the Sands Bethlehem Event Center's first act — alternative rock band Incubus — or the 3,500 people the nearly sold-out show attracted that had co-owner Tom Schantz pumped up when the venue opened last May. It was the...
Tags: Music, Concerts, Live Nation, Buddy Guy, Musikfest
When Arthur "Bill" Parsons Jr. catered for the Houston Astros management during spring training in Kissimmee in the 1980s, he felt like part of the team itself. Parsons owned Parsons Table Buffet for nearly 10 years until 1988 and fed Southern-style...
Emmaus residents seeking a late-night snack or very-early breakfast won't have to travel outside the borough much longer. The East Penn Diner at 1418 Chestnut St. will provide a 24/7 food fix in just a few short weeks. "We're still hiring some staff and...
After Christine Weiss retired from the University of Notre Dame last year and decided to open a new restaurant, she knew where she wanted to be. Not Mishawaka. Not in a downtown area, either, where a restaurant can attract employees, visitors and...
Developers say a new project in the city of Roanoke will transform a 22-acre site between Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital and downtown. Friday morning, they came together with community leaders to break ground on "The Bridges." The first phase...
TRENTON, N.J. — President Barack Obama will tour the Jersey Shore with Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday, capping an extended Memorial Day weekend that already had the governor opening a new Atlantic City casino and featured live network coverage of...
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