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And Huntington Bank is no exception, up 32% in the last 52 weeks. The question is, are we too late to get a piece of Huntington's run? In short, I believe there's plenty of opportunity for Huntington to move...A concentrated footprint Huntington
Wisconsin Film Festival is hot off the presses, nestled inside the issue of Isthmus that hits newsstands today. Though the fest takes place April 3-11, tickets sales begin this Saturday, March 8. \n\n Seats for many of the films will go fast, so here'
A fierce winter storm could dump up to a foot of snow along a 1,500-mile swath of the U.S. heartland before slamming into the East Coast late Sunday, weather forecasters warn. Air and ground travel are expected to be affectedalong with as many as 100
Most people would have assumed it safe to declare the Pioneers' season was going nowhere. Fast forward six weeks, and Prairie State has completed one of the unlikeliest conference championship runs imaginable. The Pioneers have gone 11-3 since Jan.
This morning at the Associated Press , aka the Administration's Press , Martin Crutsinger reacted predictably to the Census Bureau's January new home sales release by commenting primarily on the forest while mostly ignoring the widely divergent
On next Tuesday, March 4, 2014, Chicago turns 177! Daley Plaza (50 West Washington, Chicago, Illinois, 60602) will start the birthday celebration at 10am... Free Eli Cheesecake...(while supply last)Vendors, Food,
Paul-based McGough Construction says it is expanding its presence in the Midwest presence by opening a new regional office in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Industry veteran Scott Sylvester will lead the firm's office in Cedar Rapids, and oversee the expansion.
Admittedly, basing a business in the Midwest has both pros and cons. While we have some the nicest people on the planet and enjoy a peaceful town, it is difficult to have the interaction necessary to make business happen. We don't have nearly the
Despite the snow still covering the upper Midwest, National Weather Service experts are optimistic that spring flooding will be minimal in the nation's Heartland. Several Midwestern branch offices of the National Weather Service released spring flood
While winter has been unforgiving to most of the Midwest, the next several months will dictate the season's impact on all-important sectors, such as shipping and farming. Fast-melting snow in the northern Midwest likely won't be able to soak into the