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The Hartford CourantIlling Middle School students will continue wearing uniforms, and their younger counterparts at Bennet Academy will join them, the board of education decided Wednesday night. The vote was 6-3 in favor of continuing to require that Illing's seventh- and...
After three decades, a local nonprofit organization is changing its name and adding new programs, but it remains dedicated to serving the community, with its barn full of horses. Equine-Assisted Therapies of South Florida is the new name of a familiar...
Staff WriterThe September 2011 Southwest power outage that left some 2.7 million customers in the dark is on the top of the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors agenda again. While IID officials said they did not have anything to report from Tuesday&...
Tags: Insurance, Energy Resources
This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.Sprint Chief Executive Daniel Hesse was in Irvine last week to pick up two J.D. Power awards given to the Kansas-based carrier and Boost Mobile, one of its prepaid brands. The awards, given for rating the highest for customer purchase experience, come...
A prominent Central Valley agricultural businessman was ousted as chairman of the board of the largest hospital system in the San Joaquin Valley after using a racial slur to refer to President Obama. Mark Borba, one of the Central Valley's leading...
The State House of Representatives voted 89-26 on Wednesday night to approve a bill that would force the embattled Florida High School Athletic Association to loosen its eligibility policies. If a companion Senate bill moves through committee and is...
Tags: Rick Scott, U.S. Senate
email@example.comNIXA, Mo. -- Dozens are losing their jobs and nearly 200 fewer at-risk children will get services. That’s the reality of budget cuts at the Head Start Program run by the Ozark Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC). As parents picked up...
ReutersNEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis said Timken Co shareholders should vote for a non-binding proposal to break up the company's ball-bearings and steel businesses. The break up was proposed by activist hedge fund Relational...
The Democratic Town Committee is seeking candidates for elected and appointed offices in this year's municipal election. Voters interested in seats on the boards of directors and education should send a resumé and letter of interest to Committee Chairman...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The Springfield School District Board of Directors likely will vote Tuesday evening on whether to raise lunch prices for students across the district. If passed, breakfast would go up 5 cents to $1.15, and lunch prices would increase a...
Tags: Prices, Teaching and Learning, Students
Activist shareholder Starboard Value LP is seeking to replace some of Office Depot's board members, claiming the Boca Raton office-supply retailer never intends to hold an annual meeting to vote in new directors. Starboard, which owns nearly 15...
In addition to having a hand on the nation's checkbook, Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski is reaping a political reward from her new assignment as chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee: a significant increase in campaign cash. The Maryland Democrat, who...
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