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More change in store for Ray's Original Buffalo Wings

The sports bar diner that in February is expected to move to a nearby space still in Midtown Crossing will go by a new name that reflects an expanded menu: Ray’s Wings, Pizza and Drinks.  Read more

BUILDING PERMITS for Dec. 20

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On Investments: If Ben Graham were alive, he might like these 4 stocks

I think Graham, at theoretical age 126, might be struggling a little. The value school of investing (bargain hunting) has been out of favor in recent years. But Graham’s methods were sound, I’m convinced. Read more

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Futures File: Storms could threaten commodities

Commodities markets are not facing any direct threats right now, but they could run wild depending on where storms develop and make landfall. Read more

The Record: Building permits, Aug. 16

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Like Walter Scott, Heritage successor Mike McCarthy has kept a low public profile

Much like his predecessor, the new leader of Heritage Services has largely kept a low public profile in Omaha over the years. Read more

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List of Heritage Services Board members

Check out a list of the Heritage Services Board members. Read more

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Billionaire Walter Scott steps aside after three decades leading Omaha's 'board of directors'

From CHI Health Center Omaha, TD Ameritrade Park and the Holland Center to museums and university facilities, brick by brick Walter Scott and Heritage Services have done much to reshape Omaha. Read more

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Spotlight goes to decade-old Sterling Ridge site, thriving on former golf course property

In an unusual twist, Sterling Ridge and two tenants on the 153-acre redevelopment site won all three awards given annually to Omaha real estate projects by the Commercial Real Estate Summit. Read more

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'Grand compromise' on taxes, business incentives advances to final round in Legislature

Legislative Bill 1107 was portrayed by supporters as imperfect, but passable, progress in reducing the state's traditionally high property taxes. Detractors said it would only "decrease the increase" in property tax payments. Read more

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