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OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Attorneys for a Mississippi man who was briefly charged with sending ricin-laced letters to the president and others are encouraged after speaking with the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's office about repairing or replacing the man'...
Tags: Roger F. Wicker, Book, Netherlands, Judges, Government
Ever since the Department of Defense shut down George Air Force Base in 1992, the high desert town of Victorville has struggled to reinvent itself. The city encouraged massive residential and retail development. It invested in two new power plants....
To pay for remodeling of the old Washington Elementary School building, the city will have about $400,000 less of TIF money than was originally thought. Initially, city officials expected that Tax Increment Finance District 17 would provide up to...
The School Board could have walked away with dignity and a reputation for fair dealing after the threat of a lawsuit to force the district to let a student form a gay-straight club at a Leesburg school. But, no. Leave it to the board to postpone the...
Can we talk? Joan Rivers always used that line to introduce the next string of jokes. But what I want to talk about with you is no joking matter. A year ago more than 200 people gathered at historic Zion's "Liberty Bell" United Church of Christ to...
Tags: Allentown, Government, Liberty Bell, NAACP, Politics
The big news Friday morning was a proposed mayors-only meeting with South Coast Air Quality Management District board member and Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido. The purpose: a roll-up-our-sleeves discussion relating to the fire rings. The AQMD meets...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Government, Politics, Asthma, Elections
When President Obama told students in Mexico that without the support of U.S. Latinos he would not be president, he wasn't talking about the GOP's Ruben Barrales. But Barrales gets the message. He is the son of immigrants, and San Mateo County's first...
Ashland, Missouri – April 29, 2013 – The Callaway 2 Water District has the best tasting water in Missouri! That determination was declared by judges April 24, 2013, during final judging of the Great American Water Taste Test. Water samples...
Sanford commissioners have decided to try to sell the city's Little Red Schoolhouse, a 130-year-old historic building on South Palmetto Avenue which was one of Seminole County's first public schools. "We want to put it on the market and just see if we...
Tags: Government, Public Schools, Sanford, Politics, Schools
Evanston officials on Monday applauded a judge's determination that they did not engage in religious discrimination when they rejected an Orthodox Jewish school's plans to move into town. The ruling means that officials with Joan Dachs Bais Yaakov...
Tags: Evanston, Judges, Chicago Transit Authority, Judaism, Government
Its beaches attracted more than a million people last year, and its downtown living is among the most sought after in Palm Beach County. But the success of Delray Beach has put additional pressure on a Police Department that, in spite of coming up...
Tags: Government, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Politics, Boca Raton
OVIEDO — Sprawling suburban neighborhoods define Oviedo today, but city officials are looking toward a new, urban image for tomorrow. A well-planned jumble of multi-story commercial and retail buildings would rise in several densely developed city...
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