SeaWorld Sues Over Breeding

San Diego — SeaWorld made good on its vow to challenge a California Coastal Commission decision barring the breeding of its killer whales, filing a lawsuit Tuesday in San Diego demanding a reversal of the prohibition. At issue is an October action by the coastal agency approving SeaWorld San Diego’s plans to significantly enlarge its killer whale tanks, but only on the condition that the marine park no longer be able to breed captive...

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BC Students Sick After Dining Out
Dec09

BC Students Sick After Dining Out

Boston — Boston College said Tuesday the number of students complaining of gastrointestinal symptoms after eating at a Chipotle this weekend has climbed to 80, up from the 30 it reported the previous day. The illnesses prompted the temporary closure of a Chipotle restaurant in Boston where the students ate, and come as the chain’s sales already are being slammed by a multistate outbreak of E. coli linked to its restaurants. Chipotle...

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Business Notes: Dec. 6, 2105

Randolph — Exit 4 Open Space, the environmental group that formed to oppose a large development planned off Interstate 89’s Exit 4, has asked the District 3 Environmental Commission to cut off talks between the developer and other environmental groups involved in public hearings on state permits. On Nov. 20, the commission, which held five months of public hearings on whether the proposed mixed-use development meets certain Act 250...

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At the Hospitals: Aug. 23, 2015
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At the Hospitals: Aug. 23, 2015

DHMC Physician Assistant Hits Milestone Lebanon — Thomas O. Wansleben recently marked 40 years of certification by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. He is one of only 224 physician assistants in the United States to be certified by the commission for that length of time. Wansleben was among the first PAs to receive the national certification, the commission said in a news release. He maintained...

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Greece Debt Talks Crumble

Last-ditch negotiations in Brussels between Greece and its creditors collapsed after just 45 minutes on Sunday, setting up a week that could decide the fate of Europe’s most indebted country. The euro dropped as the European Commission said the talks had broken up with the divide between what creditors demanded and what Greece was prepared to do unbridged. The focus now shifts to a June 18 meeting in Luxembourg of euro-area finance...

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