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It's a common refrain at City Hall: Employee raises have been frozen since 2009 due to austere budget conditions. But that doesn't necessarily mean city employees haven't been making more money. In 2012, roughly three-quarters of the top 45 salary-...
There are three axioms in modern American politics, the first we learn as children: All is fair in love and war. The second is attributed to Otto Von Bismarck and represents a simple description of politics in all its forms: Politics is the art of the...
The American Red Cross Imperial Valley Service Center honored individuals Wednesday whose extraordinary acts of courage and kindness make them World Red Cross Day Heroes. The World Red Cross Day Heroes Reception, held at the Pioneers Museum in Imperial,...
He didn't get down on one knee, but Christopher Lee wooed his wife with a skyscraping crane she literally could call her own at the dedication of the port of Baltimore's berth capable of handling the world's largest cargo ships. As founder of Highstar...
Brian Buhman, a 30-year-old Quakertown resident, was honored at the White House last month for his work as a volunteer state coordinator of Team Rubicon USA, a nonprofit disaster response service comprised of U.S. military veterans. Buhman, who served...
Tags: Haiti, Politics, White House, Shaun Donovan, East Greenville
Staff WriterDAVIDSVILLE — Conemaugh Township supervisors have gotten state and federal emergency management agencies to pay for more than $100,000 in repairs to storm-damaged Govier Lane. The bank alongside the roadway — off Glessner Lane near Route 985...
Former Royal/T and Test Kitchen chef Sandra Cordero’s catering company Cordero Negro is teaming up with ART from the ashes, a nonprofit using art to support communities affected by natural disasters, for a benefit culinary pop-up and art...
Re "Terror in Boston," April 16 Boston is the heart of New England, the cradle of our nation. Once it was a bustling industrial city too. Then the factories moved out and it seemed as though the city was finished. But Boston came back. There's no...
Tags: Fenway Park, Sports
Lehigh Valley WildWith recreational fishing and boating season upon us, the Christie Administration has released a "Jersey Shore Open for Boating" fact sheet and flier to educate the public on having a safe time on the water. Waterways in some areas may be very different...
NEW YORK -- Zachary Quinto might be headed into other worldly places this summer in "Star Trek Into Darkness," but he says a social issue that's near and dear to him is taking care of the earth. He turns off the water when he is brushing his teeth and...
Los Angeles’ mayoral candidates suspended public campaigning Tuesday in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings that left three people dead and more than 170 wounded, in what President Obama called “an act of terrorism.” Eric Garcetti...
Tags: Politics, Barack Obama, Television Industry, Sports, Elections
The United Nation’s weather agency has confirmed that 2012 was the ninth warmest year since record keeping began in 1850, and the 27th consecutive year that global land and ocean temperatures were above average. Last year exceeded the global...
Tags: Ecosystems, Bodies of Water, Oceans, Pacific Ocean, Conservation
May 4, 2013 |Story| Glendale News Press
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