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Mining for vacationers? Parts of Appalachia look to past for tourism future 'it's not ...
SECO, Ky. - Mines built this company town. Could vines &mdash the wine grapes expanding on a former strip mine in the hills above &mdash assistance to draw visitors right here?
Mining for tourists? A dubious economic savior in Appalachia  Winston-Salem Journal
How to Check Your Federal IRS Tax Refund Status
April 15th may be a few weeks away, but I'm guessing some of you have already filed your tax return. We, as a matter of fact, just finished our tax return last week.
If you get this letter from the IRS, it really is reputable  New York Recorder
Action Line Tax Days here to help during the end of tax season  KHON2
Greece struggles to accommodate lenders as cash dwindles
Athens haggled with its lenders through the weekend to try to narrow differences over economic reforms but remaining gaps suggested that there would be no immediate relief for Greece's cash-strapped government.
Greece says talks with lenders are continuing positively  Reuters
Tsipras seeks 'happy ending' with EU  The Daily Star
ABN Amro directors renounce pay increase amid public outrage
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - ABN Amro board members are giving up a 100,000-euro ($110,000) pay increase after the Dutch government delayed a decision on selling the nationalized bank amid public outrage at the raise.
ABN Amro Executives Renounce Pay Rises  Wall Street Journal
ABN Amro top executives return a pay increase following criticism from lawmakers  American Register
Fed's Janet Yellen Pitches Cautious Tack on Rate Increases
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen laid out a road map for what happens after the U.S. central bank lifts short-term interest rates later this year.
Fed chair Yellen wants to take the measured- stable approach  Benchmark Reporter
The US is experiencing one of its best job gain streaks in 20 years  Business Insider
Police Ramp Up Rail-Crossing Citations After Recent Crashes
VALHALLA, N.Y. - Police departments nationwide are being asked to issue more tickets for violations at railroad crossings because of recent crashes in New York, California and North Carolina.
Common-sense, no-cost fixfor truck-train crashes rejected  Sharonherald
Northeast, despite highest gas costs, resists more pipelines
In this Thursday, March 26, 2015 photo, Homer Shannon poses at his home in Windham, N.H. The retired high-tech salesman is part of a 10-family group of neighbors opposed to a planned natural gas pipeline the would run right by his property behind him.
TGP ― Kinder Morgan subsidiary issues a revised route for the natural gas ...  American Register
Pipelines pinched: In spite of highest costs in US, Northeast resists ...  Chicago Daily News
Mayor of Seattle Prohibits Employees to Travel to Indiana
Seattle, Washington's mayor announced that he was prohibiting any municipal employees from traveling using city funds to Indiana, as more backlash spread over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act signed into law last week by the Indiana governor.
Seattle Mayor stops city funds for employees travelling to Indiana  The Next Digit
Seattle Mayor Prohibits City Employees From Traveling to Indiana  KMBZ
Regulating payday loans is tougher than it sounds
This week, President Obama was in Birmingham, and had some words about payday loan places. This industry seems to be under attack, so why don't they just reduce their rates to more reasonable levels?
OUR VIEW: Payday loans still an issue  Gadsden Times
Short-term loans are just not worth it  Worcester Telegram
Heinz to acquire Kraft Foods Group and create 3rd biggest food company in ...
When a known local company makes a huge acquisition, as the parent of H.J. Heinz did in announcing its intention to buy rival Kraft Foods Group, it should be nothing but good news in its hometown.
Stock of Local Interest: Kraft soars on Heinz merger  Scranton Times-Tribune
Steelers: So What's the Deal with Heinz Field?  Still Curtain