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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Pulaski County notebookRoad department pay rule approved Pulaski County justices of the peace approve
Pulaski County notebook
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Road department pay rule approved Pulaski County justices of the peace approved an emergency ordinance Tuesday night that would allow the county comptroller to reimburse the Road and Bridge Department for the use of the department's employees to do... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
One year later: Looking back at the Baltimore riotstensions in Baltimore quickly reached a boiling point for those who believed po
One year later: Looking back at the Baltimore riots
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
tensions in Baltimore quickly reached a boiling point for those who believed police brutality was commonplace in police departments across the county. The first round of violence occurred April 25. A peaceful march downtown calling for justice... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Meet a quiet hero of health care in Seattle’s Central District: Dr. Benjamin Danielsonthe pediatric nurse practitioner who fostered a vision of quality medical care
Meet a quiet hero of health care in Seattle’s Central District: Dr. Benjamin Danielson
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
the pediatric nurse practitioner who fostered a vision of quality medical care for low-income children in Seattle and King County, walked him outside to the parking lot. She turned away from the building to face Yesler Way. “The value of your... Read more
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TribLIVE
U.S. attorneys’ priorities differ depending on region| TribLIVE Neighborhoods U.S. attorneys' priorities differ depending on regio
U.S. attorneys’ priorities differ depending on region
TribLIVE / Posted 7 days ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods U.S. attorneys' priorities differ depending on region District Prosecutions Source: Justice Department, National Caseload Data; Tribune-Review research • Video doesn't guarantee civil rights charges against police... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Earl C. Watson Sr., former director of animal controlWatson taught for five years at Johnston Square Elementary School until 1970, w
Earl C. Watson Sr., former director of animal control
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 days ago
Watson taught for five years at Johnston Square Elementary School until 1970, when he became assistant director of health education at what was then Baltimore City Hospitals. He later became senior health educator for the city Health... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
High Lead Levels A Costly Concern At Schools In MarylandBEL AIR, Md. (AP) — Harford County Public Schools officials weren’t surprised w
High Lead Levels A Costly Concern At Schools In Maryland
CBS Baltimore / Posted 21 days ago
BEL AIR, Md. (AP) — Harford County Public Schools officials weren’t surprised when tap water sampled last year at a classroom building for third-to-fifth graders at Youth’s Benefit Elementary showed lead at 130 parts per billion, nearly nine times... Read more
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NBC Washington
High Lead Levels Costly for Maryland SchoolsThese are mostly well-water systems serving individual buildings or businesses.
High Lead Levels Costly for Maryland Schools
NBC Washington / Posted 22 days ago
These are mostly well-water systems serving individual buildings or businesses. Laytonsville Elementary in Montgomery County, just outside Washington, D.C., was on bottled water for years, starting in the 1990s, to keep students from drinking... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Bernard M. Hollander, retired U.S. Department of Justice attorney, diesBernard M. Hollander, the longest-serving attorney in the U.S. Department of Ju
Bernard M. Hollander, retired U.S. Department of Justice attorney, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
Bernard M. Hollander, the longest-serving attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice, died of congestive heart failure April 3 at Carriage Hill Nursing Home in Bethesda. He was 100. At the time of his retirement in 2008, when he was 92, Mr.... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Titans talking trade at No. 1 | Sports - Home Frederick Breedon/Getty Images First-time general manager Jo
Titans talking trade at No. 1
KTVZ Bend / Posted 26 days ago
| Sports - Home Frederick Breedon/Getty Images First-time general manager Jon Robinson said it would take a "king's ransom" for the Tennessee Titans to trade the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. More From... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Hot topics on city agendaParking, traffic, affordable housing, height restrictions, Truman Waterfront, F
Hot topics on city agenda
Key West Citizen / Posted 27 days ago
Parking, traffic, affordable housing, height restrictions, Truman Waterfront, Fantasy Fest and the Frederick Douglass Band Room. Talk about touchy subjects. And they’re all on tap for the Key West City Commission, which meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday in... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Small grains stocks up in North Dakotabuys medical center from Minnesota city of TracySanford buys medical center fro
Small grains stocks up in North Dakota
KX TV North Dakota / Posted a month ago
buys medical center from Minnesota city of TracySanford buys medical center from Minnesota city of Tracy Sanford Health has purchased Sanford Tracy Medical Center from the Minnesota city of Tracy. Sanford Health has purchased Sanford... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Woman who escaped from court custody in Minot apprehendedcustody in Minot apprehended A woman who bolted from the Ward County Courthous
Woman who escaped from court custody in Minot apprehended
KX TV North Dakota / Posted a month ago
custody in Minot apprehended A woman who bolted from the Ward County Courthouse a month ago after being sentenced to a month in jail is back in custody and facing the prospect of being... Read more
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