Germany turning wasteland into resorts
By FRANK JORDANS
The coal mining region of Lusatia once resembled the moon, but man-made craters have been turned into lakes, canals and cycle tracks for tourists.
Hard Rock sign hits a sour note
The soon-to-open Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City had to work quickly to fix a misspelling on a 30-foot-tall guitar installed this week.
Your business costs are up, so what about your prices?
By STAN CHOE
The risk of losing customers by raising prices is real, but the pressure is on as labor costs climb.
New deputy CEO at Sound Transit
By JOURNAL STAFF
Sound Transit appointed Kimberly Farley as deputy CEO.
Juneau: please stop painting crosswalks
OSU tries to keep eagles out of turbines
By STEPHEN HAMWAY
The team got a $625,000 federal grant to use technology to deter birds from flying too close to wind turbines.
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