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1/5/2015 12:00 AM
Billing flub chops firm’s holiday sales
If you used a credit card at the Whitehouse Christmas Tree Farm this year, take a close look at your bill.

1/5/2015 11:17 AM
Conn. brewery sorry over Gandhi flub
HARTFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut brewery is apologizing to Indians offended that the company is using Mohandas Gandhi’s name and likeness on one of its beers.

1/5/2015 12:00 AM
Restaurant inspections 1-5
Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

1/5/2015 7:11 AM
Summit Co. has low defense fund
AKRON, Ohio — An unusually high number of possible death-penalty cases has left one northeast Ohio county with a projected $400,000 deficit for providing legal counsel to defendants who can’t afford it.

1/5/2015 9:02 AM
Automakers end 2014 strongly
DETROIT — Buoyed by a resurgent economy, holiday sales, cheap gasoline and a love affair with pickup trucks, Americans headed to car dealers in droves last month, pushing full-year sales to what’s likely to be the highest level since 2006.

1/5/2015 9:05 AM
U.S. to resume beef imports from Ireland
LONDON — Ireland says the United States will permit imports of beef from the country — the first European Union state allowed to resume sales since the mad cow disease scare over 15 years ago.

1/5/2015 7:08 AM
Ohio gas prices tumble further
COLUMBUS — Ohio drivers are still paying less than $2 per gallon to fill their tanks this week.

1/4/2015 7:10 PM
Zuckerberg starts reading program
NEW YORK — Mark Zuckerberg wants to add a little more “book” to Facebook.

1/4/2015 12:00 AM
Low mortgage rates defy experts
LOS ANGELES — Closing out a year of surprisingly low mortgage interest rates, the average rate for a conventional 30-year home loan was 3.87 percent last week, Freddie Mac said, up slightly from 3.83 percent a week ago.

1/4/2015 12:00 AM
Generic drug costs skyrocket
CHICAGO — After calling for a routine prescription refill, Craig Elliott got a rude shock: His bill was going up fivefold.




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