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Fredericksburg entrepreneur built portable sawmill (Freelance Star)
One box contains a 5.5-horsepower Honda engine. Another contains the Lumber Smith’s innovative, cast-aluminum casing for a horizontal band saw that can cut boards as wide as 16 inches and as thin as one-quarter inch.

Hampton’s new town center takes off (Daily Press)
The manager says Peninsula Town Center already eclipses two other Steiner developments nationwide.

Mortgage Delays Blamed for Decline in Home Sales (NY Times)
Sales of existing homes fell in May, hurt by delays in mortgage applications and uncertainty over a federal flood insurance program, the National Association of Realtors said on Tuesday.

Federal health care site coming July 1 (USA Today)
Wish finding health insurance were as easy as shopping for an airline ticket? A federal government website that starts July 1 takes a step in that direction. The site, for the first time, will give consumers a list of all private and government health care plans for individuals and small businesses in their areas.

What We Don’t Know About Small Business Lending (Business Week)
The House just approved a $30 billion fund to help banks lend to entrepreneurs. But officials say they’re unsure how much would reach the target.

Raising Money to Sell Clothes (Inc.)
Closet Couture wants to be the Facebook (and eBay) of fashionistas. Can CEO Christine Elia stitch together $1 million to launch a new marketplace for the company’s 30,000 members?

Fredericksburg entrepreneur built portable sawmill (Freelance Star)
One box contains a 5.5-horsepower Honda engine. Another contains the Lumber Smith’s innovative, cast-aluminum casing for a horizontal band saw that can cut boards as wide as 16 inches and as thin as one-quarter inch.

Hampton’s new town center takes off (Daily Press)
The manager says Peninsula Town Center already eclipses two other Steiner developments nationwide.

Mortgage Delays Blamed for Decline in Home Sales (NY Times)
Sales of existing homes fell in May, hurt by delays in mortgage applications and uncertainty over a federal flood insurance program, the National Association of Realtors said on Tuesday.

Federal health care site coming July 1 (USA Today)
Wish finding health insurance were as easy as shopping for an airline ticket? A federal government website that starts July 1 takes a step in that direction. The site, for the first time, will give consumers a list of all private and government health care plans for individuals and small businesses in their areas.

What We Don’t Know About Small Business Lending (Business Week)
The House just approved a $30 billion fund to help banks lend to entrepreneurs. But officials say they’re unsure how much would reach the target.

Raising Money to Sell Clothes (Inc.)
Closet Couture wants to be the Facebook (and eBay) of fashionistas. Can CEO Christine Elia stitch together $1 million to launch a new marketplace for the company’s 30,000 members?

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