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City Clean-up Week Kicks Off Saturday

Every spring the snow melts, uncovering a winter's worth of trash. But every year, the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce dedicates one week to picking up the trash during the city wide clean-up. The annual clean-up kicks off Saturday.The goal- to give Anchorage a summer makeover. Full story

Adopt-A-Marine in Reedsport/Winchester Bay

The cities are making arrangements for this year's Memorial Day Celebration. The Chamber of Commerce is asking for donations to help pay the way of visiting Marines. Full story

Office Assistant Wins McLean County's Administrative Award

The McLean County Chamber of Commerce honored Anita Nafziger during Wednesday's Annual Administrative Professionals Luncheon. Full story

Tips for Event Planning

WEEK Stacy Peterson, the Special Events Coordinator for the Peoria Art Guild, and Carol Straub, the co-chair for the Peoria Fine Art Fair, were the speakers at this week's Marketing U class sponsored by the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce. Full story

Punta Gorda seeing extended tourist season

While most cities in Southwest Florida are preparing for life after season, the city of Punta Gorda is cashing in. Full story

RI group calls on lawmakers to tax top earners

A Rhode Island group opposed to more cuts to public services wants lawmakers to consider raising taxes on the state's wealthiest residents. Full story

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Spending up, but economic outlook cautious


  Obama pushing anti-business agenda?

For a president who was once happy to be seen by voters as tough on Wall Street, his aides are now taking the business backlash seriously. Thomas Donohue, president of the U.S. Chamer of Commerce joins Chuck Todd and Savannah Guthrie to discuss.

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