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  Bank of America plans to test a program that will let customers approve debit card purchases that exceed their balances by text message. The news comes just a year after the bank stopped permitting transactions that overdraw a customer's account at...

BofA to let customers OK overdrafts via text

Updated: 5/12/2011 06:29 PM

  Investors continue to put more money into stock mutual funds than they're withdrawing, kicking off 2011 with the fastest start in six years. April's $5.6 billion in net deposits marks the fourth consecutive month that new cash has come into U.S.

Investors continue adding cash to stock funds

Updated: 5/12/2011 06:29 PM

  ClaySpace artists will display and sell their pieces at the Cantigny Ceramic Show in Wheaton, but if your racing itch hasn't been scratched, head over to Naperville for more soap box derby action or catch some Greek culture at the Taste of Greece in...

Weekend picks: Ceramics and symphony

Updated: 5/16/2011 12:56 PM

  Ken DeBreau is unable to tell you why, but he's always known he couldn't part with a long-ignored 1970 Oldsmobile 442. How else would you explain him transferring its custom FO FO TU license plates for more than twenty years to several other modern...

Classic Recollections: 1970 Oldsmobile 442

Updated: 5/14/2011 10:23 PM

  Many parents are taking off-campus living to another level by opting to purchase a home rather than spend money on either rent or dorm fees, according to a recent survey among real estate professionals in college towns around the country by Coldwell...

More parents choosing to buy homes for college-bound kids

Updated: 5/16/2011 06:34 AM

  The newly released “Water for Elephants” movie may spark a resurgence of interest in a Forest Park cemetery where 56 circus workers, killed in a train wreck in 1918, are buried at an understated memorial known as Showmen's Rest.

Film shines new spotlight on Showmen’s Rest

Updated: 5/14/2011 01:41 PM

  DubuqueFest is an all-arts festival held May 20-22 in Washington Park and the Town Clock Plaza in the heart of historic downtown Dubuque, Iowa. Among the many events over three days are free concerts, a dance, storytelling and a juried fine art fair.

On the road: DubuqueFest fetes the arts

Updated: 5/14/2011 01:36 PM

  Some tourist attractions can be easily experienced, but other places must be explored to be appreciated. That's how it is in western Massachusetts, with sites like the Emily Dickinson Museum, the Quabbin Reservoir's “accidental...

Western Mass. known for history, hiking, good food

Updated: 5/14/2011 01:28 PM

  Derrick Rose scored 28 points, Luol Deng contained LeBron James and the Chicago Bulls struck first in the Eastern Conference finals, pulling away to beat the Miami Heat 103-82 in Game 1 on Sunday night.

Bulls take Game 1 from Heat, 103-82

Updated: 5/15/2011 09:55 PM

  Jerry William McDonald's jottings about his life and travels have become a window of sorts to his death. When the 68-year-old man's body was discovered deep in the Oregon woods on a one-lane dirt road, the first hint of what happened was the Feb. 14...

Calendar marks last months of stranded Oregon man

Updated: 5/15/2011 09:51 AM

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