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  • Unemployment down in September, but still high

    Data is starting to catch up with what's been seen in Harford County — unemployment is slowly falling, Director of Economic Development Jim Richardson said. Harford's unemployment rate fell 0.2 percent in September to 7.1 percent, the lowest...
  • Black Friday Revolt at Target

    Black Friday Revolt at Target
    Update: Kohl's is the latest retailer to announce it is opening doors at midnight on Black Friday in Baltimore. And the retailer says it will remain open 24 hours on Friday. It also promises to award customers $15 cash for every $15 spent at Kohls.com...
  • Edgewood Community Council reviews concerns tracking form, comments on lack of elected officials present

    Many of the matters the Edgewood Community Council has identified as needing attention still need to be resolved, members said at their regular monthly meeting last Wednesday. Community council members reviewed and updated their new community concerns...
  • An early approach to Christmas cheer

    In the past couple of weeks, I've heard debates about how soon we should start to prepare and celebrate Christmas and now I'm throwing my hat into the ring. I guess the fact that I'm writing a column about Christmas before we've even hit Thanksgiving...
  • Hitting the shops on Black Friday? Try one of Harford's many local businesses

    You know those ladies at the grocery store with the giant stack of coupons who hold up the line? That's me. I'm also the annoying customer who goes to shops with "free sample" vouchers and wind up not buying anything because I'm only there for the free...
  • For retailers, back-to-school shopping is becoming Christmas in July

    For retailers, back-to-school shopping is becoming Christmas in July
    Ted Williams wasn't at the pool last week. Nor was he on the basketball court, polishing off an ice cream cone, sleeping in till noon or catching a movie. One gloriously sunny midsummer day found him at Target, clutching a dictionary and gazing...
  • Unemployment rate falls a bit in Harford

    The number of unemployed Harford County residents is slowing decreasing this year, although it remains higher than pre-recession rates. In May, the most recent month for which statistics are available from the state, 7 percent of Harford County residents...
  • Residents stay put in riverside area

    Sit on the deck by the Whitehurst pool and you get two things: a view that stretches to Kent Island, and a good idea of why people who live in this Anne Arundel County community describe it as living in summer camp. Whitehurst sits on the Magothy River,...
  • Stock market grinds out gains in first half

    It was a slow grind, but U.S. stocks posted gains in the second quarter and first half, extending the bull run into a sixth year. In a surprise, investors also were rewarded for sticking with bonds, as interest rates resumed their decline after...
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: January durable goods orders and shipments, weekly jobless claims, Bloomberg consumer comfort index Local earnings: Career Education Corp., Catamaran Corp., Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc., Integrys Energy Group, Inteliquent Inc.,...
  • Cherokee Inc. acquires Tony Hawk apparel line from Quiksilver

    Quiksilver Inc. of Huntington Beach has sold its licensed apparel subsidiary, Hawk Designs Inc., to Sherman Oaks-based Cherokee Inc. for $19 million, the companies announced Monday. Hawk Designs, which Quiksilver acquired in 2000, owns a line of...
  • Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving

    Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving
    When retailers opened on Thanksgiving last year, workers protested outside stores and holiday purists grumbled online — a distracting sideshow in what ultimately proved to be a less-than-robust sales season. Still, 35 million Americans showed up...