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This Jan. 5, 2015 file photo shows Andrew Green, Pasadena's former finance director. (Photo by Walt Mancini/Pasadena Star-News/File) PASADENA >> The city will pay more than $275,000 to two Pasadena...
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Central New York residents can get rid of old TVs, computers, phones and other electronic equipment for free at a recycling event 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Syracuse Department...
2015/01/30 18:15
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CLARKSBURG >> Officials hope to use recently awarded state funds to finally replace a long-failing culvert on Gates Avenue. The town also is moving forward with engineering on its biggest road...
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2015/01/30 14:09
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WORCESTER — Worcester officials have announced that schools will reopen on a two-hour delay Friday and that police Thursday afternoon will begin enforcing a city ordinance that requires residents to...
2015/01/30 10:09
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West Boylston selectmen announce goals for 2015 WEST BOYLSTON � With the new year underway, selectmen on Jan. 21 approved the following town goals and objects for the next year. They include: •Make...
2015/01/30 06:21
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CLIFTON – The blizzard never came, but the City's public works and emergency management were ready for feet of snow thanks to improvements made to its winter storm preparation. After numerous...
2015/01/30 04:01
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NEWTOWN -- First Selectman Pat Llodra said her proposed $40.2 million budget for the town's 2015-16 fiscal year includes much-needed funds for road maintenance and will greatly depend on how much the...
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MARQUETTE — Drilling for core samples continued Thursday in Marquette on the building site for a new hospital and medical center as major changes are coming soon and over the next few years in the...
2015/01/29 22:33
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DUNKIRK – Recycling efforts in the city of Dunkirk have hit a major roadblock. Public Works Director Tony Gugino told members of the Dunkirk Public Works Committee at their regular meeting Monday in...
2015/01/29 19:50
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Racine: Planning key for dealing with Blizzard of 2015 A Leominster Department of Public Works plow heads up Pierce Street in North Leominster Tuesday afternoon. David Dore photo Before the first...
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City cleanup could take several days Wednesday, January 28, 2015 DOVER — The blizzard “Juno” lingered over southern New Hampshire for nearly a day, dropping more than two feet of snow in some...
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The Borough Council has hired a contractor to convert a former Union Avenue machine shop into offices for the municipal construction department. At its Jan. 20 meeting, the Borough Council hired TG1...
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2015/01/29 04:09
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A day after one of the largest snowstorms in state history gave pretty much everyone in Massachusetts a snow day, area municipalities, institutions and residents Wednesday began the arduous process of...
2015/01/29 02:48
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Here are our Best Bets: ***Baldwinsville's Big Chill Weekend Mercer Park, Saturday Seneca River Plunge, noon Best in Bowl Food Tasting noon - 3 Poker Pub Crawl, 5 - 9pm State Fair Horticulture...
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FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Town offices reopened, school was back in session and cars once again populated Post Road on Wednesday, Jan. 28, the day after Fairfield dodged a blizzard that was expected to drop...
2015/01/28 20:04
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Greater Lowell is digging out from the first major storm of 2015, but is facing a potential double wallop in the coming weekend. An additional 2 to 4 inches of snow is possible Thursday night into...
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PASADENA>> The city will pay more than $275,000 to two city department heads who were fired amid a $6.4 million embezzlement from Pasadena by a former city employee. The city Wednesday morning...
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SEA BRIGHT — Borough officials are taking steps to implement a full-scale debris management plan in the event of another major storm. Borough Council members voted unanimously Jan. 20 to authorize...
2015/01/28 15:36
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Your Public Safety Agencies and the DPW would like your support and cooperation in the following area(s); we strongly recommend that all residences with natural gas, propane and oil fired appliances...
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