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  • References are a very big deal today

    DEAR JOYCE: I was asked for my references when I applied as an office worker at a company near my house. I hadn't worked before so I asked several of my neighbors for references. The office manager said they were "friend" references, not job references,...
  • Even the Watchdog can get scammed

    I've always had a sympathetic ear for people who get ripped off by the scoundrels who are nothing but leeches on society. But I have a new appreciation for what scam victims go through after recently becoming a victim myself. I immediately knew...
  • It was a trip getting refunds for canceled trips

    Two Lehigh County couples who recently intended to tour Turkey instead endured a rocky journey to get a refund after their prepaid trips were canceled at the last minute. Tony O'Malley of Emmaus and Dick Baumann of Allentown contacted the Watchdog to...
  • 'Revenge porn' site 'ruining my life,' accused operator told cops

    'Revenge porn' site 'ruining my life,' accused operator told cops
    SAN DIEGO —┬áThe 27-year-old man accused of operating a "revenge porn" website allegedly told investigators that what started out as fun had ended up ruining his life. Kevin Christopher Bollaert was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of operating the...
  • Plainfield park commissioners call for board leader to resign

    Plainfield park commissioners call for board leader to resign
    Some Plainfield Township Park District commissioners have joined the calls for their park board president to resign. Commissioner Janet Silosky, once considered an ally of Board President Peter Hurtado, called for his resignation during a special...
  • Black Friday weekend 'very busy'; Thanksgiving sales break records

    Black Friday weekend 'very busy'; Thanksgiving sales break records
    The Thanksgiving and Black Friday back-to-back shopping events proved to be more popular with Americans than they were last year, according to industry data. The National Retail Federation pegged the number of unique shoppers Thursday through Sunday...
  • Wal-Mart contractor to pay $4.7 million to settle lawsuit by workers

    A Wal-Mart Stores Inc. contractor has agreed to pay $4.7 million to settle a lawsuit filed by 568 Southern California warehouse workers who said they were underpaid and denied rest and meal breaks. A federal judge has approved the settlement between...
  • Former PayPal executive unmasked as mystery man on tipping spree

    Former PayPal executive unmasked as mystery man on tipping spree
    Looks like a former PayPal Inc. executive is the mystery man who's been dropping thousands of dollars on tips at bars and restaurants across the United States. Jack Selby, a member of PayPal's original management team, was first unmasked as the generous...
  • Extreme-right groups declining, but 'leaner and meaner,' watchdog says

    The number of far-right militias, extremist patriot groups and hate organizations in the U.S. dropped last year for the first time since 1999, but the organizations are becoming "leaner and meaner," the Southern Poverty Law Center reported Tuesday....
  • Free medical alert scam tops dubious list

     
    I wasn't shocked Tuesday when the Better Business Bureau released its list of the top scams of last year. Right at the top was the free medical alert scam I wrote about several times after hearing from hundreds of senior......
  • iDoubt this will catch on

     
    Corey Doctorow at Boing Boing: This year, I resolve to minimize my use of incaps when writing about commercial products and companies. An incap changes a word into a logo, and has no place in journalism or commentary -- it's......
  • In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones

    In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones
    Wearing a black duster and a black cowboy hat, Phil Steel walked to the front of the meeting room armed with a Nerf gun and a smile. The U.S. Army veteran was there to pitch his big idea: an ordinance that would legalize and regulate drone hunting...