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2015/03/02 20:20
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KINGSTON — State employees will be in town this week to take over what one official called Roane County’s “fundamentally flawed” reappraisal process, and the county will get the bill for their...
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2015/03/01 20:33
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ANNAPOLIS — It was Joyce Vann’s lucky day. The Dundalk resident had been walking by a booth that advertised it was “giving away millions” when she thought she’d try her chances — and after her name...
2015/03/01 03:42
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Dilapidated parks. Walls patched with toilet paper. Rodent urine leaking into the ceiling at a state school for deaf and disabled kids. Decades-old computer and technology systems. A backlog of...
2015/02/28 01:00
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MASON, Tenn. –The City of Mason is under a microscope, and its new mayor is vowing transparency. Doors at the Mason City Hall were forced shut Monday and the utility clerk suspended as state...
2015/02/27 22:43
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An Abilene city councilman whose business was audited by the state says he's paid the taxes that were due. Friday, Councilman Joe Spano held a press conference and read a statement. He says he's paid...
2015/02/27 20:47
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SYRACUSE -- For Horace Smith, Centro buses are his main way of getting where he needs to go. He says planned cuts to late night and Sunday bus service mean cuts to vital transportation and a way to...
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2015/02/27 16:54
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Friday, February 27, 2015 - 8:54am Texas consumers are “getting screwed” by unscrupulous businesses — everything from gas stations to pawn shops — because the cash-strapped Department of Agriculture...
2015/02/27 05:21
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Nearly 3,000 students — some of whom did not even apply — got acceptance emails from Kean University this week that were followed up with a big never mind. The congratulatory emails sent Tuesday were...
2015/02/27 04:33
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Erie County Comptroller Stefan I. Mychajliw has posted on his Web page photocopies of invoices and receipts from expenses that were incurred by the county during November’s twin lake-effect storms and...
2015/02/26 17:55
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The Bar in Brownsville sold more alcohol than any other bar or restaurant in the Rio Grande Valley during January, according to data released by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Measured by...
2015/02/26 05:41
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Whistleblowers at odds with the Buffalo Urban League The Buffalo Urban League, accused of submitting inflated bills for social services to Erie County, is retaliating against whistleblowers and...
2015/02/25 06:16
2015/02/25 06:16
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More than two dozen St. Mary’s residents this month have reported income tax fraud to the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office after attempting to file their returns electronically. Sgt. Cara Grumbles,...
2015/02/25 01:03
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LOCKPORT – The state Financial Restructuring Board for Local Governments decided Tuesday to take the City of Lockport under its wing. There could be a check for as much as $5 million at the end of...
2015/02/24 23:08
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AUSTIN — A South Texas lawmaker wants to guard against fraud in a sales tax break that foreigners get when they shop in Texas, with an eye toward adding millions of dollars to Texas for infrastructure...
2015/02/24 19:10
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2015/02/22 23:03
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LOCKPORT – The search for the City of Lockport’s first-ever director of finance has not been going well so far. “It’s not easy,” said John P. Schiavone of the Lumsden & McCormick accounting firm, who...
2015/02/22 17:48
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That power was rarely, if ever, used on such high-profile civil rights cases until February 2014, when Stringer settled a case for $6.4 million brought by David Ranta, exonerated in the 1990 killing...
2015/02/21 17:42
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How Texas outsourced crucial state services for two decades — and got smoked. This is part of an occasional series. Forty years ago, Texas found a way to help more disabled workers find jobs. When...
2015/02/20 03:03
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A state audit disclosed Thursday that a $63,636 discrepancy in funds in Ellery Town Court accounts led to the dismissal last week of longtime court clerk Sharon Thompson and has sparked a criminal...
2015/02/19 19:31
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NEW YORK (AP) — Former New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has been indicted on three charges after being arrested in a federal bribery case last month. Silver was indicted Thursday by a...
2015/03/02 20:20
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