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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Business_Finance
A youthful resurgence of downtown business owners makes Linden Mayor David Lossing believe the future could be bright for downtown Linden.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says he has signed an executive order creating a program that will use $10.8 million federal funding to bring down energy costs for Connecticut residents living in multifamily homes.
Kentucky House members working on the next state budget have been unable to find money to restore cuts to higher education that the governor proposed, House Speaker Greg Stumbo said Friday.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has provided about $52 million in disaster aid to Longmont, Jamestown and Lyons since last September's flood.
Shoppers cut back in December in Tupelo, Northeast Mississippi's retail hub, but some of the region's cities like Corinth, New Albany and Oxford saw an increase in sales.
Counties sent 6,044 second-strike offenders and parole violators with new sentences to state prisons during the fiscal year that ended June 30. That represents a 20 percent increase from the 5,038 similar offenders sent to prisons the previous fiscal year, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The department's county-by-county breakdown includes the number of second-strike offenders and parolees each year, the percent change and the number change.
The latest statistics show the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard contributed more than $400 million in civilian payroll during 2013.
The Mississippi Development Authority will lead a delegation of Mississippi companies on a business development mission to Central America from June 9-13.
A proposal to convert part of a shuttered North Country paper mill into a transfer station for natural gas could create more than 80 jobs and cut the town of Groveton's tax bills in half.
People driving through rural eastern Nebraska know to scan the horizon for a Casey's sign if they're looking for a quick stop involving gas, pizza and a restroom.
A Radford real estate developer who is also a member of a state board has been accused by the U.S. Labor Department of diverting funds from his company's pension plan.
Duke Energy's CEO says while the company and its shareholders will pay to clean up a coal ash spill in the Dan River, its customers will shoulder the costs of closing the rest of the utility's coal ash ponds across North Carolina.
A Kansas House committee chairman has outlined a new proposal for phasing in sales of strong beer, wine and liquor in grocery and convenience stores.
A southeast South Dakota student has been appointed to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in New York.
Georgia State University officials say ambassadors from four eastern European nations are scheduled to discuss their common economic interests during a luncheon hosted by the school's World Affairs Council.