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Local business notes: $14M rail-consolidation grant on hold in D.C.

A $14 million federal grant for the next phase of rail consolidation in Springfield is caught for the moment between presidential administrations in Washington, D.C. Local officials are ... Listen to his WUIS/SJ-R business report Tuesday afternoon and ... read more

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Title: Montgomery Business Journal – October 2012, Author: Jina Clark, Name: Montgomery Business Journal – October 2012, Length: 64 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2017-09-08 Issuu company logo Close Discover Categories ... read more

Harney: Condo values start to catch up

But hold on. New research conducted for this column by Trulia ... Some metro areas, such as Washington, D.C., that have high-cost single-family homes in parts of the city and in the close-in suburbs, are seeing only slight increases in median condo ... read more

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She writes about the progress of several local health care reforms presently under way. (p. 38) Jennifer McCluskey is an advisor for the state Small Business Development Center at SUNY Canton. She outlines resources for small business funding. (p. read more


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