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Tesla Motors shares are trading at about $90 and could easily top $100, buoyed by its ability to tap capital markets for about $1 billion through its announced sale of stock and convertible notes. It is an impressive performance that will help the...
Nearly 70 years after they risked their lives on the blood-soaked battlefields of Europe, a proud contingent of South Florida veterans of World War II was honored for their valor Sunday in a ceremony cloaked in patriotism and solemn with emotion. "That...
West HartfordFirst graders at Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Hartford today slipped into of one the biggest roles of their lives as they presented their heroes during the annual "Hero Show" produced by first grade teacher Joyce Ben-Kiki. The show was the...
WASHINGTON — Top executives from failed hybrid car maker Fisker Automotive Inc. denied claims in Congress that the company had used political connections to secure $192 million in government loans to finance a flawed business plan. The...
ATLANTIC COAST INVITATIONAL Held at Lakeland High School Girls Team scoring: 1, Norfolk Academy 142.5. 2, Phoebus 108. Others: 6, Kecoughtan 49. 16, Hampton 9. LJ: 1, King, Phoebus, 17-1 1/2. 3, Bunch, Phoebus, 16-4 3/4. HJ: 1, Brown, Phoebus, 5-2. 4,...
Somerset County Farmers' Market“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” — Thomas Edison The Somerset County Farmers’ Market is offering you the opportunity to become a vendor at the farmers market this...
Detroit Electric, the most resilient and longest-lived brand of the nation's first electric car companies, has been resurrected and plans to introduce a new sports car in the Motor City on April 3. The company's first offering has been described by...
Sometimes sweet, sometimes scary, sometimes sour, "Oz the Great and Powerful" is a film that doesn't know its own mind. A partially effective jumble whose elements clash rather than cohere, this solid but not spectacular effort stubbornly refuses to catch...
The oligarchs of modern-day Wall Street have nothing on the rascally magnates of the late 19th century during the period of western expansion that brought passenger rail through the Sierra Madre and into the gold-plated hills of Northern California. After...
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As a U.S. history teacher at George Rogers Clark High School, Amy Madsen made a class suggestion, and it was granted at the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year. “I thought a black history class was in need,” said Madsen. “I...
You can call it humbuggery, but I had a pretty low-voltage reaction to ZooLights the first time I went to see it, probably 10 years ago. I remember at the Lincoln Park Zoo's holiday season tribute to luminescence some lights in trees and some animal...
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