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2014/10/18 13:46
2014/10/18 13:46
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The Carbon Chamber and Economic Development Corporation has appointed Lehigh Carbon Community College President Dr. Ann D. Bieber to their board of directors effective Sept. 15. The CCEDC is...
2014/10/18 13:46
2014/10/18 13:46
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2014/10/17 19:02
2014/10/17 19:02
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Public hearings are scheduled to begin next month on $40 million in cuts to health care benefits with the Public Employees Insurance Agency. Thursday, the agency's finance...
2014/10/17 08:31
2014/10/17 08:31
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Stonington school project on fast track to referendum June Strunk told her fellow members of the Board of Finance Wednesday night that the K-12 School Building Committee, of which she is a member,...
2014/10/16 08:31
2014/10/16 08:31
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Stonington - For the second time this fall, the Board of Finance has rejected a $125,000 request from the Board of Education to fund a state-mandated teacher evaluation program. The $125,000 would...
2014/10/15 21:37
2014/10/15 21:37
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BETHEL--The town's Board of Finance on Wednesday recommended calling a town meeting to approve the purchase of vacant land on Maple Avenue to save it from a controversial development and preserve it...
2014/10/15 21:25
2014/10/15 21:25
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MARY ANN B. MOFFITT has been promoted to senior vice president of commercial banking at Customers Bank in Wyomissing. Moffitt has more than 20 years of banking experience and has worked in private...
2014/10/11 21:41
2014/10/11 21:41
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Tuesday will be telling. That's when the BET budget committee votes on the FY2015-16 budget guidelines. Key board members from both parties told me they hope these guidelines will have bipartisan...
2014/10/10 08:37
2014/10/10 08:37
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But town council members were not prepared to make a decision on those recommendations at their meeting Thursday. They voted 4-0, with Councilman Shanon Gonce absent, to table a decision on whether to...
2014/10/09 18:19
2014/10/09 18:19
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The Finance Board on Tuesday heard a report from Public Works Director Joseph Michelangelo that detailed the number and age of the department's fleet of 48 trucks -- ranging from small dump trucks to...
2014/10/09 06:34
2014/10/09 06:34
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The University will replace the online student group platform MyGroups with a more efficient software in January, said Timothy Shiner, director of student activities and the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus...
2014/10/08 22:21
2014/10/08 22:21
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PATERSON – State officials on Wednesday approved Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres plan to dissolve the Paterson Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA), an agency that has become embroiled in controversy in...
2014/10/08 19:59
2014/10/08 19:59
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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - The finances of New Jersey's largest city will now be under state supervision. NJ.com (http://bit.ly/1rhtgME) reports the state's local Finance Board approved the move Wednesday,...
2014/10/08 18:18
2014/10/08 18:18
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Markets rallied to highs of the day as investors interpreted the Fed's stance as indicating a dovish bias. Following the release, the Dow was up as much as 155 points. The Minutes showed that Fed...
2014/10/08 18:03
2014/10/08 18:03
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A proposed town settlement of two lawsuits field by landowner Wayne Cooke (pictured) against former Branford First Selectman Unk DaRos and Assesor Barbara Neal was abruptly pulled from the Board of...
2014/10/07 23:12
2014/10/07 23:12
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Position running for: Wards 6 & 11 English Separate School Trustee Current occupation: Paralegal, Specializing in Immigration Law Volunteer work/community involvement: • Currently Trustee Wards 6 &...
2014/10/07 21:21
2014/10/07 21:21
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After months of negotiations, a near $100 million deficit, and a new mayor, the city of Newark finally passed a balanced budget today, one day before their state-mandated deadline. The municipal...
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2014/10/03 03:46
2014/10/03 03:46
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By James Lomuscio The owner of an 1880-built, one-story cabin on about one-third of an acre at 199 Newtown Turnpike and only a few feet from the west branch of the Saugatuck River has an eager...
2014/10/02 22:21
2014/10/02 22:21
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WOODLAND PARK - The possibility of being drawn into a federal environmental lawsuit and a pending matter in which a borough couple has alleged police discrimination are among the various legal...
2014/10/02 22:08
2014/10/02 22:08
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Of course, Bosak, and others who share his opinion, might feel differently if Smith House had the reputation, and financial stability, of Greenwich's Nathaniel Witherell. They are the only two nursing...
2014/10/02 15:08
2014/10/02 15:08
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WESTPORT -- The Police Department plans to buy as many as 15 body-worn video cameras for patrol officers. The $20,000 to purchase the cameras, which cost about $900 each, was unanimously approved...
2014/10/18 13:46
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