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Bleacher Report
The Return of the Tennis Bad BoyJohn McEnroe says he "can't condone'' the behavior of tennis' new bad boy, Nick
The Return of the Tennis Bad Boy
Bleacher Report / Posted 23 hours ago
John McEnroe says he "can't condone'' the behavior of tennis' new bad boy, Nick Kyrgios. He says Kyrgios has gone "too far,'' that his bad behavior had diminishing returns and he'd like to offer Kyrgios some advice. Two things immediately come to... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
Variety St. Louis Benefit Night Thursday, Aug. 27ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)- Do you need an excuse to find something new for your home
Variety St. Louis Benefit Night Thursday, Aug. 27
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 3 days ago
ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)- Do you need an excuse to find something new for your home? Well how about shopping and knowing you will benefit Variety St. Louis, a cause that KPLR 11 FOX 2 support throughout the year! On Thursday, August 27th, our friends at... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Elderton new leader of Hot Springs paperBill Elderton, former general manager for the Hot Springs Village Voice, was na
Elderton new leader of Hot Springs paper
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Bill Elderton, former general manager for the Hot Springs Village Voice, was named general manager of the Sentinel-Record in Hot Springs on Tuesday. Elderton, 72, also has worked at the Camden News, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and as publisher for... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Hub Lakes League keeps young swimmers splashing in friendly competitionsFor more than 65 years, the Hub Lakes League has been providing its member club
Hub Lakes League keeps young swimmers splashing in friendly competitions
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 4 days ago
For more than 65 years, the Hub Lakes League has been providing its member clubs a forum for friendly competition in structured leagues and events. Its success is the byproduct of great coaches, eager athletes and dedicated volunteers acting as... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
News in briefState gets $207,535 to promote exports Arkansas will receive $207,535 in fund
News in brief
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
State gets $207,535 to promote exports Arkansas will receive $207,535 in funding to help the state's small businesses reach markets abroad, the U. S. Small Business Administration said Monday. Arkansas' 2015 award will be overseen by the World... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
NEWS IN BRIEFState gets $207,535 to promote exports Arkansas will receive $207,535 in fun
NEWS IN BRIEF
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
State gets $207,535 to promote exports Arkansas will receive $207,535 in funding to help the state’s small businesses reach markets abroad, the U. S. Small Business Administration said Monday. Arkansas’ 2015 award will be overseen by... Read more
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SecondsOut.com
"The Return" of Rockin' Robin Deakin: Fighting Through Adversity Against The OddsBy: Olly Campbell This Saturday at the famous York Hall in London’s Bethnal Gre
"The Return" of Rockin' Robin Deakin: Fighting Through Adversity Against The Odds
SecondsOut.com / Posted 5 days ago
By: Olly Campbell This Saturday at the famous York Hall in London’s Bethnal Green, one man will attempt to achieve what is seemingly an impossible dream and prove not just his many doubters and disbelievers wrong - but lifelong adversity itself - by... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Mart cuts plans for new small storesWal-Mart Neighborhood Markets have consistently outperformed the retailer's oth
Mart cuts plans for new small stores
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
Wal-Mart Neighborhood Markets have consistently outperformed the retailer's other bricks-and-mortar stores over the past two years. Customers across the country have shown an interest in the smaller-format stores that offer grocery, pharmacy and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
“Pathway to 2050” gathers renewables crowdPoliticians and representatives of energy industry businesses will meet Thursda
“Pathway to 2050” gathers renewables crowd
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
Politicians and representatives of energy industry businesses will meet Thursday at “Pathway to 2050,” a conference on renewable energy and meeting goals for carbon reduction. Speakers include Michael Picker, president of the California Public... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Mart reduces earnings forecastWal-Mart Stores Inc. scaled back its earnings outlook for the year and saw prof
Mart reduces earnings forecast
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. scaled back its earnings outlook for the year and saw profits decline 15 percent, even as same-store sales and traffic continued to show improvement in the U.S., the company reported Tuesday. Earnings of $3.47 billion, or $1.08... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Retailer reduces earnings forecastWal-Mart Stores Inc. scaled back its earnings outlook for the year and saw prof
Retailer reduces earnings forecast
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. scaled back its earnings outlook for the year and saw profits decline 15 percent, even as same-store sales and traffic continued to show improvement in the U.S., the company reported Tuesday. Earnings of $3.47 billion, or $1.08... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
News in briefSales of Rebel flag boost LR company Recent debate about the Confederate flag
News in brief
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
Sales of Rebel flag boost LR company Recent debate about the Confederate flag increased sales for a Little Rock flag-maker, FlagandBanner.com, by 50 percent in June and July and caused the company to create two new jobs to handle the extra business,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
NW airport adds daily San Francisco flightNorthwest Arkansas Regional Airport has added daily, nonstop service to San Fra
NW airport adds daily San Francisco flight
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport has added daily, nonstop service to San Francisco. United Airlines, through SkyWest Airlines, is offering the service. Daily flights will leave Northwest Arkansas at 7:45 a.m., arriving in San Francisco at 9:47... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
NJ Supreme Court Overturns Murder ConvictionNew Jersey's Supreme Court has unanimously overturned the conviction of a South
NJ Supreme Court Overturns Murder Conviction
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 12 days ago
New Jersey's Supreme Court has unanimously overturned the conviction of a South Brunswick man for murdering his parents in 2008. Police secretly recorded a private conversation with his uncle when Michael Maltese admitted the killings, then advised... Read more
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Mineral Daily News-Tribune
Delegation brings money to Mineral CountyKEYSER - When members of Mineral County's state delegation came to visit the co
Delegation brings money to Mineral County
Mineral Daily News-Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
KEYSER - When members of Mineral County's state delegation came to visit the county commission Thursday morning, they brought two checks instead of one. By Liz Beaverslbeavers@newstribune.infoTribune Managing EditorKEYSER - When members of Mineral... Read more
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KATU Portland
Coyotes spotted in North Portland neighborhoodPORTLAND, Ore. -- Neighbors in North Portland have reported seeing coyotes near
Coyotes spotted in North Portland neighborhood
KATU Portland / Posted 13 days ago
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Neighbors in North Portland have reported seeing coyotes near their homes. This weekend, a viewer sent the following email to the KATU newsroom: It seems like almost everyday I see postings on Facebook and the NextDoor App that... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Aug. 17Bob Williams/The Commercial Appeal files Mrs. Paul H. Dorian of 1902 Crump Circ
Aug. 17
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 13 days ago
Bob Williams/The Commercial Appeal files Mrs. Paul H. Dorian of 1902 Crump Circle practices up on her shoe-shining technique on August 17, 1954. It’ll come in handy on October 2, when she and other members of Beta Sigma Phi, business girls’ sorority,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Man injured in Monroeville explosionA man was injured in an apparent explosion Friday outside a Monroeville home.
Man injured in Monroeville explosion
TribLIVE / Posted 15 days ago
A man was injured in an apparent explosion Friday outside a Monroeville home. Don Coy, of Restano Heating, Plumbing and Cooling, was working across the street on an air-conditioning unit at Monroeville Christian Church on Northern Pike when he heard... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Dillard's 2Q profit dips 13%Shares of Dillard's Inc. saw a slight rebound Thursday after the Little Rock re
Dillard's 2Q profit dips 13%
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
Shares of Dillard's Inc. saw a slight rebound Thursday after the Little Rock retailer reported a 13.3 percent drop in second-quarter profit. Dillard's posted a net income of $29.9 million, or 75 cents per share, for the quarter, compared with $34.5... Read more
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Mineral Daily News-Tribune
Sen. Trump to present check to New Creek VFDKEYSER - Sen. Charles S. Trump will be visiting the Mineral County Commissioner
Sen. Trump to present check to New Creek VFD
Mineral Daily News-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
KEYSER - Sen. Charles S. Trump will be visiting the Mineral County Commissioners Thursday to present the county with a Community Participation Grant for one of the local fire companies. By Liz Beaverslbeavers@newstribune.infoTribune Managing... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Aug. 12Bob Williams/The Commercial Appeal files Four young orators who won trophies fo
Aug. 12
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 17 days ago
Bob Williams/The Commercial Appeal files Four young orators who won trophies for making the best safety talks in their playground districts on August 12, 1953, are Nancy Teague (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Teague of 922 Bruce; Virginia... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
High-end Furniture Store to Open at KoP MallHome furnishings maker Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams have leased space in the Ki
High-end Furniture Store to Open at KoP Mall
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 17 days ago
Home furnishings maker Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams have leased space in the King of Prussia Mall for what will be its largest store. The retailer took 15,229 square feet, which will be constructed over two floors in a portion of the mall now under... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
News in briefJudge orders review of Sager Creek deal Bankruptcy Judge Ben Barry ordered Sag
News in brief
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
Judge orders review of Sager Creek deal Bankruptcy Judge Ben Barry ordered Sager Creek Vegetable Co., the initial buyer of defunct Allens Inc., to submit a settlement deal it made with three of Allens' largest vegetable suppliers valued at close to... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Nielsen fined for 2012 campaign finance violationsREDDING, California - State Sen. Jim Nielsen has agreed to pay $10,000 in fines
Nielsen fined for 2012 campaign finance violations
The Record Searchlight / Posted 18 days ago
REDDING, California - State Sen. Jim Nielsen has agreed to pay $10,000 in fines for violating campaign rules in a pair of cases investigated by California’s political ethics watchdog agency. At the center of the financial penalties that the... Read more
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KHSL Chico-Redding
Williams, Nielsen fined over campaign finance violationsThe campaigns of two North State politicians have been fined for campaign finan
Williams, Nielsen fined over campaign finance violations
KHSL Chico-Redding / Posted 18 days ago
The campaigns of two North State politicians have been fined for campaign finance violations connected to the unsuccessful 2012 campaign to elect Tehama County Supervisor Bob Williams to the state assembly. In a written decision released this week,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Memphis fish cafe plans outlet in LRThe owners of the Memphis area-based Soul Fish Cafe chain said they're opening
Memphis fish cafe plans outlet in LR
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
The owners of the Memphis area-based Soul Fish Cafe chain said they're opening a store on Little Rock's Main Street because they feel the area is poised for a growth spurt. Co-owner Tiger Bryant said he and partner Raymond Williams had also looked at... Read more
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KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley
California watchdog issues campaign fines in LA mayor's raceSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California's political watchdog agency is recommendin
California watchdog issues campaign fines in LA mayor's race
KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley / Posted 19 days ago
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California's political watchdog agency is recommending a fine of $76,650 for a donor accused of laundering political contributions to a losing candidate for Los Angeles mayor in 2013. The Fair Political Practices Commission... Read more
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KTVN Reno
California watchdog issues campaign fines in LA mayor's raceSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California's political watchdog agency is recommendin
California watchdog issues campaign fines in LA mayor's race
KTVN Reno / Posted 19 days ago
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California's political watchdog agency is recommending a fine of $76,650 for a donor accused of laundering political contributions to a losing candidate for Los Angeles mayor in 2013. The Fair Political Practices Commission... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Revamped Tigers look to futureIn the leadoff spot for team's top biz exec: Negotiating next TV rights dealCom
Revamped Tigers look to future
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 21 days ago
In the leadoff spot for team's top biz exec: Negotiating next TV rights dealCommentsEmailPrint Photo by ASSOCIATED PRESS The season doesn't stop for things such as front office changes. Third baseman Nick Castellanos... Read more
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BC Local News
Residents take to the streets against homeless campIf anyone showed up at Maple Ridge Rally For Community Safety on Saturday wanti
Residents take to the streets against homeless camp
BC Local News / Posted 21 days ago
If anyone showed up at Maple Ridge Rally For Community Safety on Saturday wanting to vent their anger on people in the camp at Cliff Avenue, they were quickly informed. No one is here to attack anyone, Jesse Stretch told the crowd. Take your... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Residents take to the streets against homeless campIf anyone showed up at Maple Ridge Rally For Community Safety on Saturday wanti
Residents take to the streets against homeless camp
Maple Ridge News / Posted 21 days ago
If anyone showed up at Maple Ridge Rally For Community Safety on Saturday wanting to vent their anger on people in the camp at Cliff Avenue, they were quickly informed. No one is here to attack anyone, Jesse Stretch told the crowd. Take your... Read more
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Newton Daily News
NCSD board to send admin building project out for bidAt Monday’s regular meeting, set for 6:30 p.m. at the Emerson Hough conference
NCSD board to send admin building project out for bid
Newton Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
At Monday’s regular meeting, set for 6:30 p.m. at the Emerson Hough conference room, a few of the agenda items are related to the renovation of the future administration building. The agenda includes a consideration to approve construction documents... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
News in briefN.Y. fines 5 retailers over toy gun coloring Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and other re
News in brief
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
N.Y. fines 5 retailers over toy gun coloring Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and other retailers have reached an agreement with the state of New York after they were found to be in violation of laws prohibiting the sale of certain types of toy guns. New York... Read more
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The Daily Review
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
The Daily Review / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
Oakland Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
The Fremont Argus / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
Oakland Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
Oakland Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
The Fremont Argus / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
The Fremont Argus / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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The Daily Review
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurantCivic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 1
Paolo's: Customers say goodbye to acclaimed San Jose restaurant
The Daily Review / Posted 25 days ago
Civic leaders Frank Fiscalini and Nina Boyd reserved their special table, No. 18, for a final dinner of pappardelle Bolognese and seafood. Janice Doi and Joanne Akizuki, friends since law school, came for their favorite, Jack Allen's Empress Salad.... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Acxiom closes sale of infrastructure armTwo private-equity firms have closed on their purchase of Acxiom Corp.'s inform
Acxiom closes sale of infrastructure arm
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
Two private-equity firms have closed on their purchase of Acxiom Corp.'s information-technology infrastructure management operations. Acxiom, of Little Rock, announced in May that it planned to sell the struggling department to Charlesbank Capital... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Aug. 1Bob Williams/The Commercial Appeal files At Overton Park’s Circus and Wild West
Aug. 1
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 29 days ago
Bob Williams/The Commercial Appeal files At Overton Park’s Circus and Wild West Show the first week of August 1951 daring acrobatic feats on the “high wire” were accomplished by Shirley Weatherby, 12, of 1948 Court and Joyce Smith, 12, of 403... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
NJ Supreme Court Upholds Judge Recall LawNew Jersey's Supreme Court is upholding a law that allows judges who are forced
NJ Supreme Court Upholds Judge Recall Law
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 30 days ago
New Jersey's Supreme Court is upholding a law that allows judges who are forced to retire at 70 to come back temporarily to fill vacancies in courts around the state. A majority of the Justices ruled that a recall statute in effect since 1975 is... Read more

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