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2014/08/27 08:44
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Labor will oppose Coalition proposals which would require intellectually disabled workers to waive their right to make discrimination claims in return for a payment. Labor will oppose Coalition...
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2014/08/27 07:31
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On a warm summer morning, hundreds packed a Detroit cathedral Tuesday to remember the former top religious leader for metro Detroit�s Catholics, Cardinal Edmund Casimir Szoka. �He was always a man of...
2014/08/27 04:28
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SACRAMENTO -- A bill that would require public access to inspection reports for elderly care facilities in California has been given the green light by the state Assembly, officials announced...
2014/08/27 03:20
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... will be a catastrophe for those people and also for the welfare agencies that will have to pick up the pieces": Tony Nicholson. Photo: Simon Schluter More than half a million young people could...
2014/08/27 02:38
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WALHALLA − For the second time, the Oconee County Board of Zoning Appeals delayed a vote Tuesday on whether a Mountain Rest school for troubled boys can expand its facilities. The board voted to...
2014/08/27 02:17
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TALBOT COUNTY, Md. – Governor Martin O'Malley appointed Stephen Hughes Kehoe as judge to the Circuit Court for Talbot County. Kehoe is a partner in the Easton law firm of Ewing, Dietz, Fountain, &...
2014/08/26 23:48
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Brannon admitted that her 19-month-old child tested positive for cocaine in September 2013 and that she had left the child in the care of others who used drugs. Circuit Judge Roger Couch imposed a...
2014/08/26 19:17
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Who does what In an ideal world our incomes would only move in one direction: up. But when a fresh direction in life calls, sometimes it means accepting a drop in income for a while, to get where you...
2014/08/25 22:52
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Local News 8/25/2014 (Updated 6:47:37 PM)Endicott's mayor says the village may start to enact a lockdown law, as well as take other steps, to try to curb what some residents are calling a recent...
2014/08/25 22:01
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Robert and Angela McCowie sat with their heads in their hands, hearing the tearful apology from a woman who was supposed to be caring for their son when he died. Eighteen-month-old Chase McCowie was...
2014/08/25 18:21
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Will Lightbourne, head of California's Department of Social Services, says there's no simple way to end the pattern of thousands of foster children spending much of their youth drugged into...
2014/08/25 11:10
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2014/08/25 04:30
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Will Lightbourne, head of California's Department of Social Services, says there's no simple way to end the pattern of thousands of foster children spending much of their youth drugged into...
2014/08/25 02:08
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STAMFORD GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS Meets 8 to 10 p.m. at Union Memorial Church, 58 Church St. Call 800-266-1908. COME LEARN TO PRAY AND HEAL by applying spiritual laws found in the Bible, is offered from...
2014/08/24 16:14
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Christa Keagle works with her children Rebekah, 3, and Joshua Keagle, 6, during a homeschool assignment in St. Charles, Iowa, Sept. 30, 2011. A homeschooling advocacy group announced that it is suing...
2014/08/24 15:42
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Disability groups are urging Labor and crossbench senators to vote against proposals that they say seek to extinguish the legal rights of 10,000 workers with intellectual disabilities. Disability...
2014/08/24 15:09
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FERGUSON, Mo. � Life in this working-class St. Louis suburb of modest brick homes and low-rise apartments hasn't been the same since Angelia Dickens' son tearfully told her, ''The police shot a...
2014/08/24 05:58
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Roseville senior homes may soon have to pay $225 an hour if they rely on firefighters to help residents who fall out of bed. The Roseville City Council is considering an ordinance that would impose a...
2014/08/23 17:41
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Welcome to greenwich.org, a column that shines a light on local nonprofit organizations and the people who make them work. Greenwich is a town filled with groups that provide a wealth of services for...
2014/08/23 15:06
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FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Life in this working-class St. Louis suburb of modest brick homes and low-rise apartments hasn't been the same since Angelia Dickens' son tearfully told her, "The police shot a...
2014/08/27 08:44
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