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Story continues below Well, the rationale is to increase the monetary incentive for people to come up with inventions, innovations and creations that benefit the community. If I dreamt up some new thing, but other people were immediately able to copy
The last of 37 Careyville homes sought by VigIndustries to be moved to create a buffer zone around an old brine well field where sinkholes developed will be deeded over to the City of Hutchinson on Tuesday. Thirty-six of the property owners accepted
Rating In our last article, we saw how wealth can be created from your passion using other people's resources. We said that when you are passionate about a few definite goals, you have a higher chance of achieving them. We also singled out perceived
Central Standard Time It is not easy to purchase Miami luxury home, even if you have the money because there are several things that you need to consider to make sure that you do not end up with a home that you will regret in the future.
Privatization of governmental services I have several concerns regarding the proposed new stadium [Arena plan looks solid, but is it? page one, Feb. 19]. The first has to do with the benefits of city/county ownership of the facility. What I'm looking
People who find money or lost property would have to be rewarded when they handed it in if proposals by the city government are adopted. The public security bureau of the Guangdong provincial capital has drafted regulations that require owners of
Central Standard Time Investing your very own home is a good idea. But what stops you from pursuing your plans is the perfect timing for this investment. Home is really an important necessity for every individual and nobody who does not need a home.
It took census data on pet ownership demographic factors such as income, household size, and race, and applied it to the city's neighborhoods...New York City Pet Information New York City's pet population: 600,000 dogs, 500,000 cats The number of pet-
Pet owners with chronic diseases appear to have healthier hearts than people living without an animal companion, whether furry, scaly or feathery, according to a Japanese study. In findings published in the American Journal of Cardiology, researchers