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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A man from Rogersville will spend the next 120 days in the Missouri Department of Corrections, where he will undergo a drug treatment program. On Friday morning, Travis Dibben was sent to prison as part of a plea deal made back in...
Costa Mesa officials are pushing back against the state's demand that they return a $2.5 million loan doled out to the city's Redevelopment Agency. Costa Mesa's RDA was dissolved last year along with similar agencies statewide. The closures were part...
Tags: Lawyers, Government, Landforms, Politics, Trials
While spending some time at a local park with my grandchildren, I was shocked to see several young children at the playground carrying what appeared to be "play" automatic weapons. I was shocked and feel impelled to say that I think that public...
Tags: Executive Branch, Government, Politics, Mike Pence
ReutersBy Tara Oakes PARIS, May 10 (Reuters) - Artists at one of the most-visited hubs of contemporary art in Paris are in a battle with city hall to preserve the status quo at their "aftersquat", where visitors can freely view 30 painters and sculptors in...
Tags: Artists, Arts and Culture, Government, Politics, Rentals
Broward Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness owes almost $13,000 in unpaid property taxes on five apartments he owns in Lauderhill, records show. According to the Broward County Property Appraiser, Holness is delinquent on his taxes since 2010. He owes $2,...
As I assessed the situation at the Baltimore City jail, and the subsequent indictments that came down because of the corruption of a few, I realized that while the rosy portrait painted by Gov. Martin O'Malley may not have been as bright as he would...
State legislators may soon be asked to referee the ongoing scuffle between the city of Newport Beach and residential dock owners. Opponents of the dock fee increases are calling for a review of the way the city spends revenues generated in its...
email@example.comDanville City Commission will consider as part of its 2013-14 budget process whether to slightly raise property taxes for city homeowners, and three of the commissioners have mixed opinions on ways to effectively and painlessly raise more revenue for...
Tags: Budgets and Budgeting, Government, Politics, Taxation, Elections
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...
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...
Tags: Mexico, White House, Government, Migration, Politics
Old SaybrookFrom the late 1800's until the early 1900's, shoreline residents could travel by trolley cars throughout the region. But automobiles soon caused the demise of the trolley companies, and regional public transportation became non-existent. As the...
Tags: Government, Politics, Ceremonies, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook
A federal jury didn't hear from prosecutors about toxic chemicals in the drinking water of south suburban Crestwood. Or about higher-than-normal cancer rates in the working-class village. But on Monday, the jury ensured that the only public official...
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