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An interview with New York City Mayor Bill de Bla...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. (Seth Wenig/Associated Press) NEW YORK – Last Wednesday afternoon, I interviewed New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) in his office at New York’s City Hall. Here...
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New York City
Bill de Blasio
Area Red Cross joins forces with Mahoning chapter
COLUMBIANA COUNTY - The American Red Cross serving Columbiana County is now part of the Mahoning Valley Chapter, but according to Karen Conklin, not that much has changed - the agency will continue...
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The East Liverpool Review
American Red Cross
Trumbull County Chapter
LeRoy Milton Larson was born Dec. 18, 1929, in Fingal, N.D., to Lewis P. and Mabel (Bjerke) Larson. He was raised in the Kathryn and Valley City areas and graduated from Valley City College High...
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United States Marine Corps
International Association of Lions Clubs
Local lawyer still committed to public housing cl...
Publication: The Day Thames River Apartments residents Cynthia Mott, 15 months, Maritza Melendez, 9, front, and Nellie Coleman, 6, back, chat Thursday in the New London complex's...
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Middlesex Superior Court
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Clark County neighborhood crime count
Vancouver has made strides in revitalizing its city center. Each year, there are more downtown events, and more residents and retailers are expected in the years to come. But lately, increasing along...
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City by city briefs: April 20
Auburn to host barbecue challenge If your barbecue is a hit, the city of Auburn is offering you a chance to prove it. Enter the Smok’n Heroes Backyard BBQ Challenge on May 17 in downtown Auburn. Cash...
Read more at Gwinnett Daily Post
Easter egg hunt held at Tolson Center in Elkhart
Children collected Easter eggs at the Tolson Center in Elkhart Kids were running about the Tolson Community and Youth Center in Elkhart Saturday morning looking for Easter eggs. This was the 5th...
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Big Brothers Big Sisters
Marin Readers' Forum for April 20
There is another issue causing rent increases: Marin County is the only place in the world where renters have no legal rights and/or protection against rents doubling and tripling at the whim of a...
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US Federal Reserve
New York City
Navajo Nation Council convenes Monday for the spr...
GALLUP — By the time the weeklong spring session of the Navajo Nation Council concludes, attorney Levon B. Henry could be appointed the new chief legislative counsel. Legislation containing Henry's...
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Navajo Nation Council
Frank Dunn: From ‘Shantytown’ to shaking hands wi...
Frank Dunn: From ‘Shantytown’ to shaking hands with the next president I was once scared to death of Frank Dunn.For those who know “Top” Dunn, let me quickly point out we were in grade school at the...
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Wethersfield High School
Councilman bringing in experts to advise first-ti...
Councilman bringing in experts to advise first-time homebuyers MARIETTA — Nervous first-time homebuyers uncertain about how to obtain a mortgage have a chance to hear from industry experts at a forum...
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Michelle Cooper Kelly
Dover NH, Rochester NH, Portsmouth NH, Sanford ME
Durham FD, UNH sorority meet AED life-saving goal Saturday, April 19, 2014 DURHAM — Just five years after losing both her mother and sister to heart failure, 20-year-old UNH student Andrea Karpinski...
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Community solar garden a bright future for energy
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The center of our solar system is now the focal point of energy development in the Grand Valley. Construction for the community solar garden is set to begin next week at the...
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KKCO Grand Junction
KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Searching for housing on a tight budget
MARQUETTE -- With so many housing choices, where do you even start? The first thing to do is take a look at your financial situation. "First of all again, define that affordability, be willing to do...
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Michigan State Housing Development Authority
South suburban runners ready for return to Boston
On April 15, 2013, four south suburban runners, friends and training partners, started running toward Boylston Street, the finish line of the Boston Marathon. They stopped just half a mile short of...
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The Boston Marathon
Boston Athletic Association
Embattled Richmond housing authority funded exten...
RICHMOND -- While beset by mounting debt and low performance grades from federal officials, the city's public housing agency funded a series of trips sending volunteer advisers to conferences to...
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
The Daily Review
Quincy School District has received more than 1,2...
More than 1,200 responses to the Quincy School District's facilities survey have been received so far. School District residents can fill out the survey through Monday. Joel Murphy, the district's...
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Quincy School District
Illinois State Board of Education
Quincy Public Library
100-Day Homelessness Challenge Kicks Off
Leigh Shields-Church’s “rapid-results” team emerged from a conference room lined with marker-scrawled battle plans with a new strategy and a bold goal: Place nearly all of New Haven’s chronically...
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Wallingford Housing Authority continues crackdown...
Steve Alexander, of Wallingford, has concerns over the New Haven
and it's new policy to expedite evictions without giving tenants any option for rent payment plans, Monday, April 14,...
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Department of Housing and Urban Development
Torres wants to take Hinchliffe Stadium out of th...
PATERSON – Former mayor Jose “Joey” Torres said he would retake control of Hinchliffe Stadium from the city school district if he wins next month’s election. Torres said Paterson education officials...
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