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17-Mar-2006 News Archive Index
Chamber sponsors home & business expo (Waconia Patriot)If you're looking for an outing that will appeal to the entire family, look no further than the 2006 Norwood Young America Area Chamber of Commerce Home & Business Showcase.
Forecast Today (Bennington Banner)BURLINGTON ? A local man will be spending time behind bars for defrauding both suppliers and customers of his now defunct mobile home business. Rodney Guetti, 48, of Bennington was sentenced to two years in jail, three years probation and ordered to pay more than $400,000 in restitution.
Dock, Home Business Approved In Alna (Wiscasset Newspaper)After a month-long hiatus, the Alna Planning Board met Monday night, approving a ramp, dock and walkway in the shoreland zone and a home business permit.
Proposed Bill Would Expand Use Of Deadly Force (NBC 13 Birmingham)MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The Alabama House and Senate are now in a position to approve legislation that would expand the instances in which a person can kill someone to protect a home, business or vehicle.
Why Indian IT companies are keen on China base (Rediff.com)Once viewed primarily as a rival, China is now looking like a hotbed of growth opportunities for Indian tech companies.
'Pike project threatens homes (Daily American)NEW BALTIMORE - Bonnie Blaskovic lives in a 186-year-old farmhouse. In July, she opened White Star Catering. Now she fears she may lose her home, business, garage and barn to a Pennsylvania Turnpike widening project.
The 1 Step System Allows The Average Person To Make It Big In The Home Business Arena (PR Web)Successful business entrepreneur Jim Mack has launched a new Web site, www.passivecashcow.com, which describes the top three reasons for home business failure and provides information on how the 1 Step System solves these problems. The 1 Step System will be ending it's pre launch stage on March 19. [PRWEB Mar 13, 2006]
Deadly force bills now in line to pass Alabama House and Senate (al.com)MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) ? The Alabama House and Senate are now in position to approve legislation that would expand the instances where a person can kill someone to protect a home, business or vehicle.
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