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Everything you need to know to get your yard ready for summer
This week we caught up with Jeff Keiter, our resident landscape architecture guru, who previously chatted with us about winter trends for your yard. Today we are talking spring gardening, the best tools and the chair every yard needs. Read More
Will inflation push more people to go back to work? ‘They’ll be entering a job market that’s eager to have them,’ one economist says
The increase in hourly wages over the past 12 months is not keeping up with inflation. Read More
Most states authorize ‘supervision’ fees for people on probation or parole. Those costs can quickly add up and, if they go unpaid, probation can be revoked.
A person may have to cover costs associated with drug testing, counseling, classes, and electronic monitoring, according to a new report. Read More
Hoping to snag a cheap airline ticket for summer travel? Good luck, new inflation data show
The average round-trip domestic airfare was $358 in April, according to data from one travel shopping platform. Read More
London singer charged with stealing $5 million from U.S. traders by breaking into their brokerage accounts, buying stocks to manipulate prices — and trading on the swings
Idris Mustapha, aka Drizzle Lomo, presented himself publicly as living a lavish lifestyle, driving expensive cars and sporting flashy jewelry, prosecutors say. Read More
You can now use bitcoin to pay college tuition — but should you?
Bentley University, a small private university outside Boston, now lets undergrads pay with cryptocurrency. Read More
Here are the 10 fastest EVs (and how much they cost)
These electric cars satisfy the need for speed. Here’s the 10 fastest mass-market electric cars currently for sale for mortal beings. Read More
Tricks for finding summer travel bargains
The best advice for finding cheap travel for summer 2022 is to look where others aren’t. Here’s the data to find the deals in yet another weird year for travel. Read More
‘How can I be fair to both?’: I spent $20,000 more on my daughter’s education than my son’s education. Should I level the playing field — and invest $20,000 in stocks for my son’s retirement?
‘My daughter’s job prospects after college are better than those of my son.’ Read More
The 10 most popular cities that Americans moved to last year — and four are in this one state
Here’s a hint: No New York or California cities made the Penske list of ’10 Moving Destinations for 2021,’ but plenty of Southern cities did. Read More