Having already run a successful candy store from her summer cottage for several years, 34 year old Mary had proven she possessed the skills necessary to broaden her business scope, despite the extreme rarity of female entrepreneurs at the time. The 1885 cottage that had served as both residence and candy store was soon revamped to serve yet another purpose and, in 1906, Mary reopened the building as the Sunrise Inn.
We will prosecute any such case where the evidence warrants it."According to a criminal information filed today in federal court, Flaherty filed a 1983 income tax return that took improper and excess deductions. The IRS audited the return and, in March 1987, disallowed the improper deductions and informed Flaherty that he owed $9,542.12.At this point, after ignoring previous IRS contacts, Flaherty sought to negotiate with the IRS about the deficiency.
An attempt by Commissioner Charlie Bayless to add the request as an amendment failed after Tom Bowers said it amounted to a "double payment" for the same software. Sheriff Chris Mathes attempted to explain the need for the equipment, stating that Bowers had misunderstood the request. Mathes said he was hoping not to use any of the contingency money for the jail contract to pay for the equipment. Bowers recommended using the funds to pay off a debt from workman's compensation, and the board rejected the sheriff's request. A motion was approved to pay the debt.
The Democratic National Committee, or DNC, approved rules for its 2016 convention along with a primary schedule that will begin with the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1, 2016, followed by voting later that month in New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. The 2016 framework is in line with plans pushed by Republicans and gives states incentives to hold their primary contests between March and June, aiming to avoid a front loaded calendar that encroaches on the Christmas holidays.
Consumers are hardly familiar with wine let alone Port. Chinese society has a different social reality and gastronomy so sales and marketing efforts have been very limited and directed at the upper end. Gustavo says that Symington's has joined with Taylor Fladgate (its competitor) to "tell the story about Vintage Port in the Asian market.
Mason doesn't have the offensive firepower to dig itself out of an early deficit, so if Thompson and senior QB John Peters can manage the game, the Firebirds should earn their fifth straight win.Badin (3 2, 0 2 GCL Central) at Purcell Marian (1 4, 0 2 GCL Central)Last year: Badin 40, Purcell Marian 14Last week: Dayton Chaminade Julienne 10, Badin 0; Dayton Carroll 31, Purcell Marian 13Badin will win if .We are approved to contribute our research to Thomson One Analytics (First Call), Capital IQ, FactSet, Zacks and distribute our research to our database of opt in investors. We also contribute our estimates to Thomson Estimates, the leading estimates platform on Wall Street.Ajay TandonSOURCE: Bill would put heroin overdose antidote in Hoosiers' handsBill would put heroin overdose antidote in Hoosiers' handsUpdated: Thursday, January 8 2015 12:11 AM EST2015 01 08 05:11:08 GMT.
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What was intended as a peaceful candlelight vigil involving about 200 people a few days before Christmas turned violent when heavily armed police in riot gear responded with canisters of tear gas after they said an officer was struck in the helmet by a bottle thrown from within the crowd. Six people were arrested. The teen's family and their attorney, who have been highly critical of the conduct of the police officials, including Chief Jose L. Lopez Sr., were not invited. The report was released to the family before officials discussed it with reporters. to report the teen missing. The sister told the dispatcher that Huerta had previously attempted suicide, but, according to police, that information was not relayed to officers on the ground.
"One reason I started attending the meetings is that I missed them," said Richt, who was a collegiate quarterback and who coached quarterbacks throughout his career. "Another is that we are trying to decide a starter and things change with this situation day to day. I want to see these guys react to coaching and see how they are handling the pressure that goes along with this position."The United Way of Northern New York has selected Arlene S. Hall and Howard W. Hall, Mountain View Prevention Services, Lowville, and Mr. Ganter, executive director of Jefferson Rehabilitation Center, Watertown, already have jumped into their positions even though the 2012 campaign process has just begun. goal is to increase participation, which will hopefully increase the money we receive, Mr. Scordo's idea of the Power of a Dollar. That idea centers around promoting new participants to pledge $1 per week for one year, for a total of a $52 annual commitment. also looking at increasing our ability to get into businesses we haven't yet, Mr. Hall said her view is the same. always a great need, she said, when reached by telephone Wednesday. main goal is to have a successful campaign and meet what the goal is. Another goal, equally as important, is getting the word out about who we are, what we do and how we help the community. St. Lawrence County, the United Way's Board of Directors will act as chairmen of the campaign there.
There was plenty of blame to go around for RISDIC's collapse. It was generally believed that some bankers and their friends in the previous administration of Governor Edward DiPrete, along with certain members of the General Assembly, had conspired to keep the banks under RISDIC when a federal insurer such as the FDIC had stricter regulations that could have avoided the crash.