Leon and Calvin Harrington, of 1139 Susquehanna Ave., were arrested late Monday afternoon after police served search warrants on the residence and discovered a credit card machine, a credit card activation device, several pre-paid credit cards, blank credit cards, a computer and other tools used to create fake credit cards. The items were confiscated late Monday afternoon.

Several small bags of marijuana also were seized in the raid, officers said.

Ashia Byrd-Harrington, of 1139 Susquehanna Ave., was also arrested Monday and is being held at the Northumberland County Prison on a New Jersey probation violation, police said.

Leon Harrington was charged with a felony access...

While the US is a huge market in itself, two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power exists offshore in foreign countries. This represents a big opportunity for small businesses to expand and grow. But, as with all growth strategies, knowing when to make that leap into new markets isn’t quite so easy, especially when faced with the unknowns of cross-border selling and a potential maze of regulations.

That being said, there are certain signs and characteristics that indicate that a business is ready to export. Let’s take a look:

Can You Make the Commitment?

Any expansion strategy requires that all stakeholders are on-board and are clear about the level...

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – The woman charged with murder in the deaths of teenaged twin brothers in Wylam remains in jail after a judge denied her attorneys request for a lower bond.

Crystal Nelson, 22, is charged with two counts of felony murder in the June 2013 shooting deaths of Jeremi and Jonathan Berry, both 17.

Nelson has been in custody since July 9, 2013 – more than 500 days, according to court records.

She appeared for a bond hearing Monday afternoon before Jefferson County Circuit Judge Tracie Todd.

Deputy District Attorney Misty Reynolds represented the state in the hearing.

Lynneice Washington is representing Nelson, whose bonds in the two cases...

New smartphone apps intended to help homeowners make new keys if theyre locked out of their home could actually compromise home safety.

As a locksmith, it seems a little shady, Triple A Safe and Lock employee Chase Warren said.

You probably do not think about how often your keys are out of sight. Imagine how keys are being handled when they are at the car repair shop or even the car wash.

Cyber locksmiths are a dime a dozen these days thanks to new key duplication apps like, Key Me.

Greg Marsh is the founder of KeyMe, which is an app that allows you to scan images of keys and order duplicates. The camera takes a close up of the front and the back of the key.


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Last week, international experts on disaster reduction met in Geneva to develop a new global framework to make the world more resilient to increasing natural disasters.

It is clear that disasters such as earthquakes, typhoons and floods are on the rise and have huge impacts. The UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) estimates that in the last 20 years, 1.3 million people have been killed by disasters. Of these deaths, 93 percent were in developing countries, highlighting how the poor are disproportionately vulnerable to disasters.

But there is more to the story than...

IPIC, or International Petroleum Investment Company, is a company from Abu Dhabi which entered an agreement with Los Blancos in October.

The agreement is seen as pivotal as the club attempts to revamp the stadium, with the company financing part of the new-look ground and receiving the naming rights upon completion.

Real have been planning a massive redevelopment of their current stadium for years, with the timetable to start the new project set for 2016, as reported by CNNs Piers Edwards.

The bill would unnecessarily divert valuable staff and financial resources from this effort and would also impose additional unbudgeted costs, he said in a message accompanying the veto Friday night.

Cuomo also vetoed legislation to provide veterans with health information about service-related post-traumatic stress disorder and brain injuries. The bill would also require annual reports on veterans in jails and prison. The governor said it would impose the reporting on state corrections officials, who have no authority over local jails, and given the transient jail populations it wouldnt provide substantive data.

Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg said Monday he hopes the delays in helping...

National Automation Services, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2014 Earnings, Gross Profit up 286% and Revenue up 23% Sequentially

November 24, 2014: 07:45 AM ET

National Automation Services, Inc. (“NAS”) (OTCQB: NASV), a small, but rapidly growing oil and gas services company, reported its third quarter results for the period ending September 30, 2014. NAS reported third quarter revenue of $5,466,073, an increase of 23% from the 2nd quarter of 2014. Gross Profit rose to $1,235,248 from $430,601 for an increase of 286%. For the nine month period ending September 30, 2014 NAS reported Net Income of $1,395,606 compared to the same period ending September 30, 2013...

The East Rockaway School District welcomed a new addition as James Robinson became the district’s new Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations on June 16.

Robinson, who lives in Oyster Bay with his wife and two sons, said he was excited to work in East Rockaway. “I’m glad to have the chance to put all of my talents and skills to use here in East Rockaway,” Robinson said. “I’m thrilled to be able to work to ensure that children here will have all the opportunities we can provide for their future.”

In his new role, Robinson will be in charge of the district’s finances, including internal audits, budget development...