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Yik Yak, the controversial anonymous-messaging app that has spread rapidly across college campuses, is proof that it can take as little as a year these days to go from zero to a...
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Children in poverty impacts all of society – Mani...
Conference Board of Canada statistics indicate that, in 2014, one child out of seven in our country is deemed to live “in poverty,” that is to say, there is insufficient household/family income for...
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How Col. Sanders Built a Fried-Chicken Empire
... change the gravy policy, because he sold the company in 1964. (He still serves on its board of directors, and he receives a handsome salary for his food advice and his public-relations...
Read more at The New Yorker
Capitol Buzz -- Group Benefits revisions could be...
... one-third, he said. The proposed changes will reduce earlier anticipated Group Benefits savings and increase premium costs. Group Benefits anticipates a 10.8 percent premium increase...
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EGCC enrollment rises for fall
The 10 percent jump is the largest and one of a few increases among Ohio's community colleges. At its regular meeting, the board of trustees learned the increase was fueled by 7 percent more new...
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Memphis Daily News
Celebrates 80 Years in Business The bank got its start in 1934 as First Federal Savings and Loan Association, founded by a group of local Memphis bankers and businessmen.Boyle Sees...
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United Way report identifies hurdles for the work...
... Labor Sharon Palmer, and the executive director of the Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board, John Beauregard, as well as others. Two people from the United Way of Northern New Jersey,...
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How I Finally Got My Money Under Control At Age 35
... myself. It's a first for me because I've never really budgeted before. When I graduated from college 13 years ago, my mom urged me to use the "envelope system" that her mom had taught her. In a...
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Can't Stop Procrastinating? This Might Be Why
... of coffee costs me $5.99 and I can make about 82 cups per bag. That is 7 cents per cup, a savings of $4.48 a day. Make your coffee at home and skip the fancy coffee-house drinks. Many...
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National Credit Union Administration
U. financial aid squeezes middle-class families
... year — of which tuition is only $46,408. The roughly $16,000 remaining goes toward room, board, books and miscellaneous fees. Ruggieri is paying for college herself, so to meet all costs,...
Read more at The Brown Daily Herald
Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle Announces 2014 ...
Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle (Seattle Bank) today announced the results of its 2014 Board of Directors elections, including the elections of member directors representing Idaho and...
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Malloy orders nearly $48 million in emergency bud...
... drug addicts, and programs for children with special health care needs. Connecticut’s public colleges and universities sustained almost $6.5 million in reductions Thursday. And that doesn’t...
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From City for Champions to Banning-Lewis Ranch, D...
Jenkins found a path into real estate. He invested, and navigated such bumps in the road as the savings and loan crisis of the late 1980s. His success stems partly from manipulating good deals and...
Read more at Colorado Springs Independent
Staten Island Advance publisher Caroline Harrison...
... Caroline Diamond Harrison, publisher of the Staten Island Advance, has been elected to the Board of Trustees of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Metropolitan is the greatest museum in...
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Outlook good for school finances
... that actually shows us adding to our fund balance rather than spending from it," said Board president Steve O'Driscoll. "It's a result of a lot of hard work by pretty much everybody in...
Read more at The Escanaba Daily Press
HI board candidates answer news...
None of the candidates is an incumbent and has not held a board seat before. The two seats available on the board are currently held by Ken Mills and Ken Brown. Terms are for three years. We asked...
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University of Southern Maine Becomes "Administrat...
... seems odd, or not, that we don’t look to the university administrative layer for budget savings first. But that’s what we’re doing. We’re feeding the tapeworm instead of freeing the host...
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AMBER Alert Issued for Missing California 14-Old ...
Tuition Program Open Enrollment Period Begins Dec. 1 State Treasurer Kate Marshall and the Board of Trustees of the College Savings Plans of Nevada (Board) have announced the 2015 open...
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Nevada Prepaid Tuition Program Open Enrollment Pe...
... 2014 6:49 PM EST From the Office of Nevada Treasurer: State Treasurer Kate Marshall and the Board of Trustees of the College Savings Plans of Nevada (Board) have announced the 2015 open...
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George Ritchie Latham Jr.
Edwards Latham. He attended high school at Friends Academy in Locust Valley, and later Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C. where he met his future wife, Kathleen Leslie. They were married in May...
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