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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
inmates to receive help through programyear-to-year increase in all violent incidents, according to Police Department
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 hours ago
year-to-year increase in all violent incidents, according to Police Department data. The Little Rock Workforce Development Board will coordinate the new three-year program, which will extend the agency's existing job-aid programs specifically to... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Agendasto order 2. Additions to Agenda A. Consent Calendar (NOTICE TO PUBLIC) — All
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted yesterday
to order 2. Additions to Agenda A. Consent Calendar (NOTICE TO PUBLIC) — All matters listed are considered routine by the Board and will be enacted by one (1) motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless good cause is shown... Read more
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FOX Business
1 in 3 Investors Is Financially Supporting an Adult Family Memberfinancial situation. According to a survey from TD Ameritrade, 22% of responde
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
financial situation. According to a survey from TD Ameritrade, 22% of respondents indicated they are dipping into their savings, and 30% responded they are making modest lifestyle sacrifices to support family members. However, they may be... Read more
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FOX Business
1 in 3 Investors Is Financially Supporting an Adult Family Memberfinancial situation. According to a survey from TD Ameritrade, 22% of responde
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
financial situation. According to a survey from TD Ameritrade, 22% of respondents indicated they are dipping into their savings, and 30% responded they are making modest lifestyle sacrifices to support family members. However, they may be... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Public meetings to take place at Northern Ireland's hospitals to save £70 millionare set to take place next week in all five of Northern Ireland's health trusts
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
are set to take place next week in all five of Northern Ireland's health trusts in a bid to identify £70 million of... Read more
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The Columbian
Singletary: The cost of racism in American societyso hard to overcome. It was because of racist policies that my grandmother Big
The Columbian / Posted 2 days ago
so hard to overcome. It was because of racist policies that my grandmother Big Mama was scared to change jobs, invest her savings or seek out opportunities that might bring a higher standard of living. Big Mama worried constantly that whites... Read more
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The Morning Call
Where do families get nearly $24,000 for one year of college?Want another scary stat about all those college bills? Nearly 9 in 10 families
The Morning Call / Posted 2 days ago
Want another scary stat about all those college bills? Nearly 9 in 10 families always knew their child would go to college. But fewer than four in 10 families ever created a plan for how to pay the bills, according to the How America Pays for College... Read more
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Business Wire
Adtalem Global Education Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year Fiscal 2017 Resultsfinancial results for its fiscal 2017 fourth quarter ended June 30, 2017, inclu
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
financial results for its fiscal 2017 fourth quarter ended June 30, 2017, including enrollment results at its Carrington College, Chamberlain University, DeVry University/Keller Graduate School of Management and its medical and veterinary... Read more
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Greenwich Time
600,000 state residents could join state retirement-savings planmany as 600,000 residents who do not have traditional plans. State Comptroller
Greenwich Time / Posted 3 days ago
many as 600,000 residents who do not have traditional plans. State Comptroller Kevin Lembo said the work of the 15-member board could take about a year and state residents could begin to state savings accounts in 2019 or 2020. During a news... Read more
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The News-Times
600,000 state residents could join state retirement-savings planmany as 600,000 residents who do not have traditional plans. State Comptroller
The News-Times / Posted 3 days ago
many as 600,000 residents who do not have traditional plans. State Comptroller Kevin Lembo said the work of the 15-member board could take about a year and state residents could begin to state savings accounts in 2019 or 2020. During a news... Read more
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Darien News-Review
600,000 state residents could join state retirement-savings planmany as 600,000 residents who do not have traditional plans. State Comptroller
Darien News-Review / Posted 3 days ago
many as 600,000 residents who do not have traditional plans. State Comptroller Kevin Lembo said the work of the 15-member board could take about a year and state residents could begin to state savings accounts in 2019 or 2020. During a news... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
University of Southern Mississippi approved to reorganize(AP) - Trustees are approving a plan for the University of Southern Mississippi
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 3 days ago
(AP) - Trustees are approving a plan for the University of Southern Mississippi to reorganize its academic units. The College Board voted Thursday for a plan that will reduce the number of component colleges from six to four at the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
School boards plan bus safety orientationSchool bus safety remains a priority for local school boards in Lambton County
Sarnia Observer / Posted 5 days ago
School bus safety remains a priority for local school boards in Lambton County and Chatham-Kent – approximately 17,000 students take the bus daily. On Saturday, half-hour safety orientation programs for first-time riders and their parents will be... Read more
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Slate
How Online Textbooks Could Help More Low-Income Students Take AP Examsothers have not been able to find the additional dollars to ensure all students
Slate / Posted 5 days ago
others have not been able to find the additional dollars to ensure all students can afford to take their tests. While the College Board continues to reimburse about one-third of the test cost for eligible low-income students, only about half of... Read more
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Morningstar
Avoid This 529 Misstep to Help Maximize Savingsqualify if they are used primarily by the beneficiary of the plan during the ye
Morningstar / Posted 5 days ago
qualify if they are used primarily by the beneficiary of the plan during the years the beneficiary is enrolled at the college or university. Room and board. This has a few important caveats. The student must be enrolled at least half time in... Read more
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Crestview News Bulletin
YVONNE SHANKLIN: Can you save for college and retirement?our financial goals. Consequently, you'll have some decisions to make if you'd
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
our financial goals. Consequently, you'll have some decisions to make if you'd like to help pay for your children's college educations someday while, at the same time, saving for your own retirement. Your first step in addressing these... Read more
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Market Watch
How to make, spend and save money in college — while still having funBetween books to read and parties to attend, there’s a lot college students nee
Market Watch / Posted 6 days ago
Between books to read and parties to attend, there’s a lot college students need to prepare for before they arrive on college campuses this month. One category they shouldn’t neglect: Money. There’s food to buy; pizza is the most popular emoji to... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
8 ways to save on back-school shoppingWhether you are sending your kids off to kindergarten or to college, back-to-sc
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 6 days ago
Whether you are sending your kids off to kindergarten or to college, back-to-school time means a serious dent in your wallet. With some planning, however, you can limit the size of that dent. Here are some helpful hints: Set A Budget – As with any... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Interim president Meg Amstutz wants to keep wind in College of Coastal Georgia’s sailsBRUNSWICK, GA. | A model wooden ship sits on display in Meg Amstutz’s office at
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 8 days ago
BRUNSWICK, GA. | A model wooden ship sits on display in Meg Amstutz’s office at College of Coastal Georgia where she has a view of a broad walkway with pennants of the college’s blue-and-white logo, three sails filled with wind. The model ship and... Read more
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Garden City News
GCHS students garner top designations on 2017 AP Examsyear, Garden City High School students sit for Advanced Placement (AP) exams. D
Garden City News / Posted 9 days ago
year, Garden City High School students sit for Advanced Placement (AP) exams. Depending on a student’s results and the college or university he/she will be attending, these exams can count toward college credit, savings thousands of dollars on... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
County earns national awardsof the University of Minnesota School of Architecture at a function both were a
ABC Newspapers / Posted 10 days ago
of the University of Minnesota School of Architecture at a function both were attending, resulting in the Anoka County Board entering into a domestic research agreement in January 2016 with the university for the project. Through the agreement,... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
Guaranty Bancshares Appoints Molly Curl To BoardaMOUNT PLEASANT, Texas, Aug. 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Guaranty Bancshares,
citybizlist Dallas / Posted 10 days ago
aMOUNT PLEASANT, Texas, Aug. 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Guaranty Bancshares, Inc., (NASDAQ:GNTY), the parent company of Guaranty Bank & Trust, N.A., today announced the appointment of Molly Curl to... Read more
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The Burton View
August 10, 2017for disability-related expenses in just nine months since its launch, Lt. Gov.
The Burton View / Posted 10 days ago
for disability-related expenses in just nine months since its launch, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley announced. MiABLE is a 529(A) savings account administrated by the Michigan Department of Treasury that offers investment and tax incentives for families... Read more
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Swartz Creek View
August 10, 2017for disability-related expenses in just nine months since its launch, Lt. Gov.
Swartz Creek View / Posted 10 days ago
for disability-related expenses in just nine months since its launch, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley announced. MiABLE is a 529(A) savings account administrated by the Michigan Department of Treasury that offers investment and tax incentives for families... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
With 8 days left in special session, Texas House and Senate remain far apartseveral other issues, with limited time left in the session, they remain at odd
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 11 days ago
several other issues, with limited time left in the session, they remain at odds on details. "It seems sort of like college," said state Rep. Jim Murphy, R-Houston. "We put everything off until the end and then have a big cram session.” The... Read more
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The Forward
EXCLUSIVE: Top Jewish Frat Officials Leave, Alarmed At Secrecy On FinancesFishel, the group’s No. 2 official, who was slated to become its next president
The Forward / Posted 11 days ago
Fishel, the group’s No. 2 official, who was slated to become its next president, resigned July 18 after fellow board members passed a vote of no confidence in him. He says the vote came in response to his insistence on obtaining copies... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Wright State’s finances: What’s really going on now?begun to rebound quicker than initially expected. Wright State administrators
Dayton Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
begun to rebound quicker than initially expected. Wright State administrators announced the developments during a special board of trustees meeting on Tuesday at the university. Below are the three biggest takeaways from the meeting regarding... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Wright State’s finances: What’s really going on now?begun to rebound quicker than initially expected. Wright State administrators
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 11 days ago
begun to rebound quicker than initially expected. Wright State administrators announced the developments during a special board of trustees meeting on Tuesday at the university. Below are the three biggest takeaways from the meeting regarding... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Wright State’s finances: What’s really going on now?begun to rebound quicker than initially expected. Wright State administrators
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 11 days ago
begun to rebound quicker than initially expected. Wright State administrators announced the developments during a special board of trustees meeting on Tuesday at the university. Below are the three biggest takeaways from the meeting regarding... Read more
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The Forward
EXCLUSIVE: Top Jewish Frat Officials Resign As AEPi Documents Remain UnseenFishel, the group’s No. 2 official, who was slated to become its next president
The Forward / Posted 11 days ago
Fishel, the group’s No. 2 official, who was slated to become its next president, resigned July 18 after fellow board members passed a vote of no confidence in him. He says the vote came in response to his insistence on obtaining copies... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Wright State saved more money than expected last yearMax Filby/ STAFFWright State University president Cheryl Schrader, left, speaks
Dayton Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
Max Filby/ STAFFWright State University president Cheryl Schrader, left, speaks during her first board of trustees meeting at the university. Schrader has been on the job for a little more than a month now. Wright State University’s finances look... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Wright State saved more money than expected last yearMax Filby/ STAFFWright State University president Cheryl Schrader, left, speaks
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 12 days ago
Max Filby/ STAFFWright State University president Cheryl Schrader, left, speaks during her first board of trustees meeting at the university. Schrader has been on the job for a little more than a month now. Wright State University’s finances look... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Wright State saved more money than expected last yearmostly due to austerity measures that included eliminating overnight travel and
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 12 days ago
mostly due to austerity measures that included eliminating overnight travel and catering, among other things. The school’s board of trustees were told Tuesday the school has already started to fall behind on its goal of boosting reserves by another... Read more
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New Kerala
Super Bowl winner, entrepreneur Casey Crawford launches Movement Bank - newkerala news #261234became the majority shareholder of the former First State Bank in Danville, Va.
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
became the majority shareholder of the former First State Bank in Danville, Va., in June and was named chairman of its board of directors. The bank today officially changed its name to Movement Bank and adopted a new strategy to expand into... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
California Democratic Party crushes GOP in campaign fundraisingOcean Protection Council will meet Monday afternoon to consider giving $7 milli
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
Ocean Protection Council will meet Monday afternoon to consider giving $7 million in grants to the California Sea Grant College Program and the University of Southern California Sea Grant Program. Both programs would receive up to $3.5 million.... Read more
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MLive.com
Muskegon native to attempt 2,000-mile solo row across Atlantic Oceanmost of his life to challenging his body in the water and on land. He rowed at
MLive.com / Posted 13 days ago
most of his life to challenging his body in the water and on land. He rowed at the University of Michigan during his college years and has run more than 150 marathons and several ultramarathons. His most notable voyage was a 3,100-mile race... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Osinbajo Drops ICPC Board Nominees Under ProbeYemi Osinbajo. Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has dropped two persons nominate
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
Yemi Osinbajo. Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has dropped two persons nominated to be commissioners of the reconstituted board of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, who are said be under investigations by the... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Some Texas community colleges to offer bachelor's degreesDALLAS (AP) - DALLAS (AP) - Some Texas community colleges are expanding their c
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 14 days ago
DALLAS (AP) - DALLAS (AP) - Some Texas community colleges are expanding their curriculums to offer bachelor's degrees and help meet the increased need for nurses and teachers. The 2017 Legislature approved letting community colleges offer bachelor's... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Some Texas community colleges to offer bachelor's degrees AP News | 08/06/17 12:08 PM DALLAS (AP) -- Some Texas community colleges are
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 14 days ago
AP News | 08/06/17 12:08 PM DALLAS (AP) -- Some Texas community colleges are expanding their curriculums to offer bachelor's degrees and help meet the increased need for nurses and... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
University of Missouri reverses cut to veterinary servicesThe University of Missouri’s College of Veterinary Medicine reversed a planned
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
The University of Missouri’s College of Veterinary Medicine reversed a planned budget cut after pressure from agriculture interests and veterinarians made it unlikely the move would save any money. Under President Mun Choi’s spring directive to find... Read more
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Business Insider
How a founder went from being worth millions to -$10,000 almost overnight — then rebounded to a $100 million fortunea thousand-dollar computer and a 400 broad modem, and that got me started in th
Business Insider / Posted 16 days ago
a thousand-dollar computer and a 400 broad modem, and that got me started in the '80s. I came to New York, couldn't afford college because my dad's business got taken away from him by the Feds because he didn't pay his taxes, so the family... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Where do families get nearly $24,000 for one year of college?The average amount families spent nationwide in 2016-17 for college was $23,757
Detroit Free Press / Posted 17 days ago
The average amount families spent nationwide in 2016-17 for college was $23,757 but costs were significantly higher for families in the northeast, according to the "How America Pays for College Report." Susan Tompor, Detroit Free Press Want another... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Athletic tutoring service hopes to renew contract in Duval; district is negotiatingbeen a roller-coaster ride for a tutoring service which helps athletes graduate
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 18 days ago
been a roller-coaster ride for a tutoring service which helps athletes graduate from Duval County high schools and attain college scholarships. The prospects of the 3-year-old Dynamic Education Foundation, or DEF, were on their way up last spring... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Could rising household debt spell trouble for consumers?of consumers’ confidence in their ability to borrow – a potentially worrying tr
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 18 days ago
of consumers’ confidence in their ability to borrow – a potentially worrying trend for the future. Bridget Buttinger, a board member at Norwich Credit Union, said these feelings of stability could be fuelled by a desire to keep up... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
Three Rivers cuts costs for out-of-state studentsNORWICH — Another local college is making a bid for more out-of-state students.
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
NORWICH — Another local college is making a bid for more out-of-state students.Three Rivers Community College has announced that it’s now offering in-state tuition rates to residents from Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York.School officials... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Wall Street not wavering after chaos in Washingtonhas turned out to be a very good one for many investors who regularly put money
Detroit Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
has turned out to be a very good one for many investors who regularly put money into mutual funds, 401(k) plans and 529 college savings plans. July's gains amounted to around 2% for stocks — during what's typically time for a summer slump. U.S.... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
State worker’s bosses fired him over a medical test. Now taxpayers owe his widow $500,000June 4. Schmeling read the letter on May 28 and took another tuberculosis test
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 19 days ago
June 4. Schmeling read the letter on May 28 and took another tuberculosis test on June 4, according to the State Personnel Board. He received the test results on June 6, but the corrections department had already fired him. “It was a comedy of... Read more
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Daily Mail
US sets record for fastest heart attack careshould be treated after arrival. In 2005, this 'door-to-balloon' time averaged
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
should be treated after arrival. In 2005, this 'door-to-balloon' time averaged a dismal 96 minutes, and the American College of Cardiology led a drive to get hospitals to improve. The reportshows it plunged to 59 minutes in 2014. It was only... Read more
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Investopedia
Budgeting for a New Babyto help provide for your child's future. Review the following checklist to dete
Investopedia / Posted 19 days ago
to help provide for your child's future. Review the following checklist to determine your priorities and begin budgeting: College Savings Tools: According to the College Board Report, the average cost per year for college in 2017 ranges between... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
L.A. gains financial concessions in return for agreeing to host the 2028 Olympic GamesSummer Games in 2028 — instead of 2024 — in return for a deal they hope will ge
Los Angeles Times / Posted 19 days ago
Summer Games in 2028 — instead of 2024 — in return for a deal they hope will generate hundreds of millions in additional savings and revenues. The arrangement, which lets Paris go first with the 2024 Games, will bring the world’s largest... Read more
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