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Top News Links: Monday, June 10

Governor predicts limits on tuition tax credits

Gov. Robert Bentley says private school tuition tax credits should only be available for students who  are actually enrolled in a failing school before transferring elsewhere, but it's up to the Revenue Department to make the final decision, the Associated Press reports. — WVTM-TV

Baltimore firm selected to develop Brookley complex

Baltimore-based Cordish Cos. has been selected to develop 215 acres of the 1,700-acre Brookley Aeroplex in Mobile, home to the new Airbus assembly line; Cordish owns and operates Maryland Live Casino. — Baltimore Sun

Automakers gearing up to hire

U.S. auto and auto supplier plants for both foreign and domestic brands are gearing up not only to hire but to add space and equipment, the Associated Press reports. — CNBC

Otelco out of bankruptcy

Oneonta-based communications company Otelco says it has emerged from bankruptcy, without ever interrupting communications for its customers. — Daily Finance

Anniston-based dental clinic nominated for international award

Sarrell Dental Clinic, which provides services to low-income children at 14 clinics across Alabama, has been nominated for an international prize awarded by Ashoka Changemakers in honor of social entrepreneurship. — Anniston Star

Sarrell, other contenders changing health care around the world. — Forbes

Infinity Property & Casualty files to issue stock

Birmingham-based Infinity Property & Casualty has filed with the SEC for permission to issue up to $300 million in additional stock and securities, Street Insider reports. — Street Insider

Black Warrior natural gas reserves changing hands

Atlas Resource Partners says it is acquiring natural gas reserves in the Black Warrior Basin and in New Mexico from EP Energy, with a price set at $733 million and a closing date in the third quarter of 2013. — Stockhouse

Produce and fun at Athens Saturday Market

Strawberries are top draw at Athens Saturday Market, which features local produce, food and entertainment. — al.com 

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