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Knoxville News Sentinel
Mic drop: PBA backtracks on audio recording at public building entrancesFor nearly two weeks, audio recorders installed by the Knox County Public Build
Mic drop: PBA backtracks on audio recording at public building entrances
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 7 hours ago
For nearly two weeks, audio recorders installed by the Knox County Public Building Authority captured conversations at the entrances to the City County Building and the Knox County Courthouse. Attorney Arthur G. Seymour Jr. walks through those... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
No threat after bomb squad investigates briefcase found at downtown Indy bus stopAn unattended briefcase found at a downtown Indianapolis bus stop prompted a st
No threat after bomb squad investigates briefcase found at downtown Indy bus stop
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 3 days ago
An unattended briefcase found at a downtown Indianapolis bus stop prompted a street closure in front of the City-County Building Friday afternoon. At around noon Friday, someone reported the briefcase at a bus stop on Washington Street. Marion... Read more
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MLive.com
More diversity targeted for Grand Rapids city boards that are mostly white, maleGRAND RAPIDS, MI – The city's volunteer boards and commissions are disproportio
More diversity targeted for Grand Rapids city boards that are mostly white, male
MLive.com / Posted 5 days ago
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The city's volunteer boards and commissions are disproportionately white and male, according to a membership analysis. Though less than 49 percent of Grand Rapids residents are male, men make up two-thirds of the city's 36... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
School board talks nonrenewal policiesKNOXVILLE — Knox County school principals and board members met Tuesday morning
School board talks nonrenewal policies
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
KNOXVILLE — Knox County school principals and board members met Tuesday morning to discuss the district's policy on not renewing the contracts of nontenured teachers. Board members shared their thoughts on wanting more documentation of those... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Tour gives look at construction projects around KnoxvilleCity officials spent two hours Monday on a bus loaded with reporters and photog
Tour gives look at construction projects around Knoxville
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
City officials spent two hours Monday on a bus loaded with reporters and photographers, showing off new streetscapes and parks under construction around Knoxville. The tour included 10 projects totaling more than $40 million in public dollars, along... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
City announces retirements, promotionsRetirements and promotions in the City County Building over the coming weeks me
City announces retirements, promotions
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
Retirements and promotions in the City County Building over the coming weeks mean a flood of title changes will follow, especially at the top of Mayor Madeline Rogero's administration. David Brace, the city's director of public service, has been... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
PBA director to retireThe man who administers 3 million square feet of public property in Knoxville a
PBA director to retire
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
The man who administers 3 million square feet of public property in Knoxville and Knox County will retire at the start of next year. Dale Smith, director of the Knoxville-Knox County Public Building Authority, said the search for his replacement is... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Former Knox Schools official used credit card for gambling, alcoholKNOXVILLE — A former Knox County Schools supervisor used his school-issued cred
Former Knox Schools official used credit card for gambling, alcohol
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
KNOXVILLE — A former Knox County Schools supervisor used his school-issued credit card for online gambling — losing $1,800 in one day — martinis, peach schnapps and a $200 tray of hors d' oeuvres at a Mississippi casino, investigators allege. Former... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
UPMC hospital service workers have been trying to form a union for three years. Are they any closer?On Aug. 4, shouts of “we fight, we sweat, put $15 on our check” echoed through
UPMC hospital service workers have been trying to form a union for three years. Are they any closer?
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 13 days ago
On Aug. 4, shouts of “we fight, we sweat, put $15 on our check” echoed through the archways of the City-County Building as hundreds of protesters chanted in support of Pittsburgh hospital service workers. The rally was a gathering of UPMC hospital... Read more
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TribLIVE
Oxford Development to explore sale of Pittsburgh’s Oxford CentreA landmark of Pittsburgh's Renaissance may be going up for sale. Oxford Develo
Oxford Development to explore sale of Pittsburgh’s Oxford Centre
TribLIVE / Posted 13 days ago
A landmark of Pittsburgh's Renaissance may be going up for sale. Oxford Development Corp. announced that it has hired HFF Inc. to verify the value and explore the potential sale and/or refinancing of One Oxford Centre, the 45-story, aluminum and... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Georgiana Vines: Overbey war chest tops $200KState Sen. Doug Overbey, R-Maryville, raised $110,000 at a luncheon at Cherokee
Georgiana Vines: Overbey war chest tops $200K
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
State Sen. Doug Overbey, R-Maryville, raised $110,000 at a luncheon at Cherokee Country Club where Gov. Bill Haslam was the featured speaker, bringing his campaign account to more than $215,000 to seek re-election in 2016. The $1,000-per-person... Read more
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
Cleaning up city hall: the dirty and expensive job of removing bird droppings from Pittsburgh's City County BuildingIt's an expensive and dirty job to clean up city hall. Pittsburgh city governme
Cleaning up city hall: the dirty and expensive job of removing bird droppings from Pittsburgh's City County Building
WTAE-TV Pittsburgh / Posted 17 days ago
It's an expensive and dirty job to clean up city hall. Pittsburgh city government has launched a project to remove many years' worth of bird droppings that have been accumulating on the City County Building. The cleanup job began this week on a... Read more
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TribLIVE
Point Breeze artist finds inspiration in sports fans’ love for Pittsburgh teamsFor most people, long lines at the grocery store inspire only impatience. For
Point Breeze artist finds inspiration in sports fans’ love for Pittsburgh teams
TribLIVE / Posted 18 days ago
For most people, long lines at the grocery store inspire only impatience. For Laurie Longenecker, a long line inspired art. Longenecker, a Point Breeze graphic designer, is more than halfway through painting a series of 22 portraits, each 36 by 60... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Public safety is front and center in race for next Indianapolis mayorINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 13, 2015) – The race for Indianapolis mayor is not o
Public safety is front and center in race for next Indianapolis mayor
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 18 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 13, 2015) – The race for Indianapolis mayor is not only about finding the best person to lead the city, but someone who can also protect it. Public safety has been a hot button issue in the city and it’s been clear from the... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Public safety is a hot button issue in race for next Indianapolis mayorINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 13, 2015) – The race for Indianapolis mayor is not o
Public safety is a hot button issue in race for next Indianapolis mayor
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 19 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 13, 2015) – The race for Indianapolis mayor is not only about finding the best person to lead the city, but someone who can also protect it. Public safety has been a hot button issue in the city and it’s been clear from the... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Monday marks deadline for victims of Richmond Hill blast to weigh in on Mark Leonard’s sentencingMark Leonard, left, returns from the City-County Building to jail after enterin
Monday marks deadline for victims of Richmond Hill blast to weigh in on Mark Leonard’s sentencing
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 22 days ago
Mark Leonard, left, returns from the City-County Building to jail after entering a not guilty plea on Dec. 24, 2012, in the arraignment for the fatal Richmond Hill blast. Kelly Wilkinson/The Star SOUTH BEND, Ind. (Aug. 8, 2015)– Today is the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Heyl: Timely trip in DeLorean might spare Peduto from water rate issuesThe locale: Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy's office The scene: Murphy is working
Heyl: Timely trip in DeLorean might spare Peduto from water rate issues
TribLIVE / Posted 25 days ago
The locale: Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy's office The scene: Murphy is working alone in his office when a DeLorean suddenly crashes through an adjacent conference room wall and stops inches from his desk. A startled Murphy leaps up as a middle-aged... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Carson outspends Zachary so far in District 14 raceNASHVILLE — Karen Carson has outspent Jason Zachary in Knoxville's state House
Carson outspends Zachary so far in District 14 race
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 26 days ago
NASHVILLE — Karen Carson has outspent Jason Zachary in Knoxville's state House District 14 special election so far, but Zachary has more money on hand for the final days of campaigning, according to disclosures filed Wednesday with the state Registry... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
School board to revisit nontenure changesKnox County school board members on Monday agreed that nontenured teachers whos
School board to revisit nontenure changes
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
Knox County school board members on Monday agreed that nontenured teachers whose contracts are not renewed at the end of a school year should know the reasons they are being released. But they couldn't see eye to eye on proposed changes to the... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Wheeling to serve as host for Municipal League ConferenceThe gathering at Oglebay Park gets underway today and continues through Thursda
Wheeling to serve as host for Municipal League Conference
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 29 days ago
The gathering at Oglebay Park gets underway today and continues through Thursday, giving Wheeling leaders plenty of opportunity to show the rest of the state what the city has to offer. More than 300 people are registered for the conference - an... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
West Virginia Municipal League Conference This Week in WheelingThe gathering at Oglebay Park gets underway Monday and continues through Thursd
West Virginia Municipal League Conference This Week in Wheeling
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 30 days ago
The gathering at Oglebay Park gets underway Monday and continues through Thursday, giving Wheeling leaders plenty of opportunity to show the rest of the state what the city has to offer. More than 300 people are registered for the conference - an... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Proposal would require school board vote on hiring, firing individual teachersThe Knox County school board would have to give final approval or denial on whe
Proposal would require school board vote on hiring, firing individual teachers
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted a month ago
The Knox County school board would have to give final approval or denial on whether a nontenured teacher's contract can be renewed, if board members vote next week to amend school system policy. For the past several months, the school board has been... Read more
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News 8000
Madison mayor says bench time for homeless should be limitedMadison Mayor Paul Soglin proposed a way to deal with the issue of homelessness
Madison mayor says bench time for homeless should be limited
News 8000 / Posted 1 months ago
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin proposed a way to deal with the issue of homelessness outside his office and other parts of downtown Thursday. “We've created a circus atmosphere where anything goes,” Soglin said. Admitting that the city could not arrest... Read more

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