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Dear Honorable Mayor Lori Lightfoot:We were delighted to read in the Hyde Park Herald that you love Promontory Point as much as we do.But we are deeply concerned that you think Promontory Point is "washing away” and can’t be fixed.  The idea that the historic limestone revetment needs to be …

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As the school calendar winds down for summer break, students and families will be making plans for vacations, camp, and trips to the beach. Back on campus, administrators and educators will be preparing for the year ahead, including piecing together a plan to keep their aging buildings operational.

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When people save for retirement, the biggest concern is the return on investment. When they retire however, it’s not only the returns they need to care about, but also the order of those returns.

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This is the second part of a series from Hyde Parker Billie Jean Miller Gray. The first part, which discusses Ms. Gray's experience integrating Paducah Tilghman High School, can be found here. 

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Most business owners want to grow their businesses and maybe even pass them on to the next generation. But how many owners actually succeed? Relatively few, as it turns out. Studies show that only a third of family firms make it to the second generation, and just a sliver get passed on to th…

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We were walking in the Japanese garden south of the Museum of Science and Industry. It was 4 p.m. and, because it was autumn, the sun was already melting to the west. The late afternoon was hot for the season — almost 70 degrees — and the manmade lake next to the temple and its garden had be…