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To bridge or not to bridge? Is that the question? No, first we need to know where we want to go, then we can decide whether a bridge over the Santa Ana River at West 19th Street will take us there, or to some other place we definitely don't want to go....
Tags: Business, Highway Transportation
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe developer of a proposed retail and office complex in south wichita says it needs to reasses its situation before deciding to move forward. This follows Wednesday's vote by the Sedgwick County Commission to not grant a tax incentive. The developers...
AP Economics WriterThe job market is looking a little brighter at the start of the new year. Weekly unemployment benefit applications have fallen to levels last seen more than three years ago. Holiday sales were solid. Service companies grew a little faster in December....
EAST JORDAN This week’s snowfall will help one community celebrate winter. The 31st annual East Jordan Sno-Blast will take place Friday through Sunday, Jan. 13-15. The festival draws between 800 to 1,200 people to East Jordan each year, as a...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Business, Arts and Culture, Concerts
Dianna Wilhelm, a developer based in Annapolis Junction, was elected this month to head the Maryland chapter of NAIOP, the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. Wilhelm serves as president of Wilhelm Business Enterprises, a...
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After losses in South Dakota's 2010 elections that were even worse than usual, there are signs of new life in the Democratic Party as the 2012 session of the Legislature opens Tuesday. The strongest indication came New Year's Eve. Democratic...
Members of the Clear Spring FFA Chapter in Maryland were among 43 teams participating in the National FFA Farm Business Management Career Development Event. The event was held in conjunction with the 84th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. The...
In early 2010, officials at Baltimore's public housing agency noticed a few thousand dollars had gone missing — transferred without authorization to the bank account of a man who rented his Northeast Baltimore home to a low-income tenant,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRezoning 44.9 acres in the south end of Waynesboro would open up that land to future development, although no specific plans exist, the property owner said Monday. Dave George, of D.L. George & Sons, said his family took ownership of the land when it...
Gov. Bob McDonnell says he will push for the repeal of a state law that requires school divisions to open after Labor Day, saying the longstanding measure is outmoded at a time when schools should be maximizing instructional time to prepare students for...
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The Humane Society of Washington County received donations for its Home 4 the Holidays adoption promotion campaign from Washington County Public Schools and local businesses this holiday season. Students at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, Western...
Tags: Education, Human Interest, Business, Schools, Holidays
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