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  • Boosters try to salvage Darden tax break

     
    Darden Restaurants and its supporters in the Florida Legislature are attempting to salvage a multimillion-dollar tax break for the company by reworking the measure to ensure that some other businesses could also benefit from the tax savings. Boosters have...
  • Ralphs says it will close stores if workers go on strike. Albertsons may follow. [Updated]

     
    The labor fight between union officials and grocery employers spilled outside of the negotiation room Friday as Ralphs announced that the company would “initially” close all 250 of its Southern California stores if workers go on strike. How...
  • House approves delayed version of Darden tax break

     
    Without any debate, the Florida House of Representatives late this afternoon unanimously approved a bill that would expand a tax break for Darden Restaurants. The measure is designed to help Darden, which hasn’t been able to claim the full value...
  • Applicants line up for new restaurant openings

    COSTA MESA — As President Barack Obama on Monday accused Senate Republicans of blocking legislation that would extend unemployment benefits to millions of Americans, more than 200 hopeful — and some desperate — job seekers showed up...
  • Services for Jesse Reed, Whitehall soldier killed in Afghanistan, will be Friday

    Services for Jesse Reed, Whitehall soldier killed in Afghanistan, will be Friday
    A month ago Jesse D. Reed sent his dad a picture of a half dozen soldiers sitting in a hole a roadside bomb had blasted out of the earth in Afghanistan. "We already lost several trucks," the Army specialist told his father, David Reed. "But don't worry,...
  • Pete Carroll Debuts at Seahawks Opening Day of Training Camp

    Pete Carroll Debuts at Seahawks Opening Day of Training Camp
    A new era, and a new attitude as the Seahawks open training camp Saturday in Renton. More than one thousand fans on hand at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center for Saturday's first workouts of camp. A lot of new faces on this roster, but none more...
  • Red Lobster Tests Menu Allergy Info

    Red Lobster Tests Menu Allergy Info
    Red Lobster has started to give some diners with allergies more information about what potential dangers could lurk in their food. The chain, owned by Orlando-based Darden Restaurants, has begun testing a menu that lists major allergens such as dairy...
  • On the Town: Foundation has a changing of the guard

    On the Town: Foundation has a changing of the guard
    In spite of a fire raging outside of Glendale, just announced by his walky-talky, Glendale Fire Chief Harold Scoggins gamely went ahead with the installation of officers for the Glendale College Foundation during a dinner meeting on campus on July 27....
  • Restaurants stepping up

    Restaurants stepping up
    How do restaurants traditionally known for cheese-smothered pastas, buttery breadsticks and fried seafood platters convince diners they've got healthier fare that's worth giving a try? That's the challenge faced by large restaurant chains that include...
  • New upscale restaurant opens at South Coast Plaza

    COSTA MESA — Seasons 52, a wine bar and restaurant, has opened at South Coast Plaza, operators announced Monday. The restaurant offers a "contemporary American menu, a fun, accessible list of wines and cocktails, a casually sophisticated...
  • There is such thing as a free lunch

    GLENDALE— Kathy Allen and Lupe Bourden picked up their pasta and salad and left in a flash. The Glendale police dispatchers had to return to the phones and were unable to linger around police and firefighters who were treated to a catered lunch...
  • Heather of Lauderhill

    As a long-time subscriber, my Sun-Sentinel has been a partner in saving me money. I'd say, thousands of dollars over the life of my subscription. Too many to count, but here's a few - I never go grocery shopping without my Sunday coupons from the Sun-...