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Will higher pay force out disabled workers?
Published: Sunday, October 26, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Will higher pay force out disabled workers? By Lorraine Woellert, Bloomberg News WASHINGTON � Luke Grossman makes $6 an hour and he�s proud of it. At...
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Search for new superintendent begins
Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) wants feedback from the community in its search for a new superintendent. Current superintendent Bruce Beliveau gave his resignation at the beginning of the school...
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Higher Pay? Some Disabled Say No, Thanks, as U.S....
Luke Grossman makes $6 an hour and he’s proud of it. At the YMCA in Norfolk, Virginia, where he washes towels, the boss is nice and the coffee’s free. As for his salary, “that’s my business,” he...
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Microsoft donates software to Goodwill
Microsoft is donating $5.4 million worth of software to Goodwill Industries International, of Rockville, and 21 Goodwill agencies across the United States. The grant program, GoodTech, is Microsoft’s...
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Program on wars at Paw Paw center
During "A World Gone Mad: World Wars I and II," historian
will highlight events , such as the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the dropping of the...
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Audit: Secretary of state’s aides were overpaid
State Auditor Mary Mosiman received $2,500 in excess pay when she was Schultz’s deputy because her vacation wasn’t properly recorded, the report found. Mosiman wrote a check to repay the money...
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