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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake got a rare opportunity to throw a question at former President Bill Clinton, courtesy of Bloomberg Businessweek -- and she used it to ask how the nation can stimulate a "more serious, bipartisan" discussion on...
Pension debt Isn't it amazing and disturbing that the Illinois General Assembly could pass medical marijuana, concealed carry and a whole bunch of other bills, all while leaving unresolved the nearly $100-billion-dollar pension deficit? Pension reform...
Some of the first zip-line adventures for tourists were built in Costa Rica, where riders slipped quietly over a jungle canopy, peering into the rare environment below but leaving the area untouched. That's worth Clermont elected officials keeping in...
An anti-smoking advocate who claimed that three City Council members who were upset with his public statements used their influence to get him fired from Glendale Adventist Medical Center has amended his complaint. The amendment came roughly two weeks...
In a competitive business environment, Costa Mesa needs to, well, compete. That was the message told to residents this week from a report outlining the city's activities last month at the International Council of Shopping Centers RECon conference in Las...
Tags: Business, Lifestyle and Leisure, Politics, Government
On Tuesday, Boynton Beach settled lawsuits. At the city meeting, the Boynton Beach commission settled two public records lawsuits, determined a definition for the word "shall" and dropped the city's only lobbying violation. The city settled Joel and...
Tags: Lobbying, Justice System, Boynton Beach, Litigation, Trials
Nearly two decades after his career as a Chicago alderman ended with his conviction on corruption charges, a relaxed-looking Ambrosio Medrano is back in federal court for his trial on charges that he tried to bribe a public official. Medrano, who left...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's top City Council ally on Monday predicted approval of the mayor's plan to revise the city's much-reviled, long-term parking meter lease after it easily cleared its initial hurdle. The Finance Committee voted 15-6 to advance Emanuel'...
Two Glendale residents have asked the California attorney general for permission to file a lawsuit challenging the appointment of Councilman Frank Quintero to fill a vacant seat on the council dais just days after he retired from office. The residents,...
Which should get priority? A city neighborhood literally left in the dark or an endangered species harmed by street lights? That Solomonesque decision confronts the city of Fort Lauderdale, which is trying to appease city residents, businesses and...
Tags: Conservation, Business, Animals, Environmental Issues, Politics
Sanford's new police chief, Cecil Smith, spent a recent afternoon knocking on doors in one of the city's oldest black neighborhoods, carrying out his promise to improve relations between citizens and police after the Trayvon Martin shooting. But...
Tags: Sanford, Racism, BBC, Trials, George Zimmerman
A new bar and grill plans to open in Des Plaines this fall, and city officials have pledged $80,000 to ensure the business is a successful addition to a once-struggling downtown development. Aldermen approved the cash assistance Monday night for Tap...
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