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Sun SentinelThe U.S. median household income further declined 2.3 percent to $49,445 in 2010, a year after the Great Recession officially ended -- and the nation had higher numbers of the poor and uninsured, the U.S Census Bureau reported Tuesday. Last year's real...
Steep projected costs for cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay could be trimmed by billions of dollars, a new study suggests, by allowing polluters to buy "credits" for less-expensive reductions made by others. The study, presented Thursday to the Chesapeake...
reporterAn organization that helps area seniors, may soon have to cut some of those services. The Executive Director from the Local Office on Aging says its losing almost 200-thousand dollars after the Governor made an amendment to cut funding. The LOA provides...
email@example.comThe director of the Eastern Panhandle’s public transit service said the agency’s budget difficulties this year are about the same as last year, but she remained optimistic about the future. “We’re holding on,” said Belinda...
firstname.lastname@example.org, Follow Me @DougMagditchWe're living in the heart of a population boom. North Texas is home to six of the nation's 100 biggest cities: Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Garland, and Irving. You've heard it before: everything's bigger in Texas. That even applies to our...
L.A. NOWA new analysis shows that the 2010 Census was generally accurate but disproportionately undercounted blacks, Latinos and other traditionally hard-to-count groups....
Tribune reporterMuslims have become the third-largest religious group in the state after Roman Catholics and independent evangelicals. Not to mention, the fastest-growing one. That's according to a census of American religious congregations unveiled Tuesday in Chicago....
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelAn interesting piece from the Ocala Star-Banner explores the recent effort by U.S. Rep. Dan Webster, R-Winter Garden, to end a national survey that's part of the Census, a poll that several business and right-leaning folks really like. Here's the a link...
PolitiCalCalifornia’s population continues to grow while the population in state prisons has shrunk by more than 14,000 inmates, according to new figures from Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration. New demographic figures from the Department of Finance...
They do things “Filipino-style” at Holy Family Catholic Church. They call Mary by her Filipino name — Our Lady of Perpetual Help — and have a Filipino choir. Seventy percent of the parish's population is Filipino. And it's growing...
In terms of its size and composition, Harper's Choice isn't all that different from other villages in Columbia. What sets it apart from other places in town is its location: The Village of Harper's Choice was built on the first tract purchased to make up...
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