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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Feds: Detroit school official made $1.2M for phantom tutoringdirector has been charged on suspicion of obtaining nearly $1.3 million by lyin
Feds: Detroit school official made $1.2M for phantom tutoring
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted yesterday
director has been charged on suspicion of obtaining nearly $1.3 million by lying about children's tutoring services. Carolyn StarkeyDarden set up a company and allegedly ran a scheme between 2005 and 2012 in which she submitted... Read more
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Boston Globe
Tootsie Roll maker fined after worker loses a fingerA Cambridge candy factory has been fined $46,000 by the Occupational Health & S
Tootsie Roll maker fined after worker loses a finger
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
A Cambridge candy factory has been fined $46,000 by the Occupational Health & Safety Administration after a temporary worker’s fingertip was severed by a candy-wrapping machine. OSHA officials said Cambridge Brands Inc., a subsidiary of Tootsie Roll... Read more
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Boston Herald
OSHA fines Cambridge Tootsie Roll company after worker loses finger tip in mishaphas been fined after a temporary worker lost part of his finger in the factory’
OSHA fines Cambridge Tootsie Roll company after worker loses finger tip in mishap
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
has been fined after a temporary worker lost part of his finger in the factory’s candy- wrapping machinery. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration yesterday said it was fining Tootsie Roll Industries Inc.’s Cambridge Brands... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
12 graduate from Project SEARCH Program for young adults with disabilitiesmission these past nine months." UAMS Project SEARCH is a partnership with the
12 graduate from Project SEARCH Program for young adults with disabilities
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 2 days ago
mission these past nine months." UAMS Project SEARCH is a partnership with the Little Rock-based nonprofit ACCESS Group Inc. and Arkansas Rehabilitation Services, a division of the Arkansas Department of Career Education. Since UAMS became the... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Affordable quality health care in BGCGlobal City in Taguig has driven the need not only for more dining options and
Affordable quality health care in BGC
Manila Standard Today / Posted 8 days ago
Global City in Taguig has driven the need not only for more dining options and entertainment attractions but also for basic services such as quality health care. The Primary Care Plus clinic in Cubao is equipped with a pharmacy According to... Read more
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TribLIVE
Ground broken for Excela Square at Latrobe in Unitypatients by November 2017. The $40 million center, Excela Square at Latrobe, i
Ground broken for Excela Square at Latrobe in Unity
TribLIVE / Posted 8 days ago
patients by November 2017. The $40 million center, Excela Square at Latrobe, is envisioned as a one-stop site for health services modeled after the Westmoreland County care provider's Excela Square at Norwin. Robert Rogalski, Excela Health's... Read more
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Business Wire
DeVry Education Group Announces Appointment of Dr. Donna Loraine as President of Carrington Collegeand setting and providing faculty training and support for academic policy and
DeVry Education Group Announces Appointment of Dr. Donna Loraine as President of Carrington College
Business Wire / Posted 9 days ago
and setting and providing faculty training and support for academic policy and processes. Her milestone accomplishments include successfully leading DeVry University in its reorganization to colleges of study, championing its movement to the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Daredevil work on wind farms in high demandby 2030. More than half the wind industry's capacity is associated with state m
Daredevil work on wind farms in high demand
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
by 2030. More than half the wind industry's capacity is associated with state mandates, most of which have been enacted since 2000, according to an April study by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, part of the U.S. Department of... Read more
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Pilipino Star
More Pinoy nurses seek US jobs8,134 nurses educated in the Philippines took the NCLEX – administered by the N
More Pinoy nurses seek US jobs
Pilipino Star / Posted 11 days ago
8,134 nurses educated in the Philippines took the NCLEX – administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing Inc. – for the first time. Among foreign-educated nurses, Filipinos remain the most zealous job-seekers in America, where... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Students learning hands-on with Heavy Metal Rocksdistrict's coordinator of career programs Friday morning as big machines moved
Students learning hands-on with Heavy Metal Rocks
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
district's coordinator of career programs Friday morning as big machines moved around in the background. "We've been here since Wednesday afternoon and will finish up Saturday." Students apply to take the program and go through an interview with... Read more
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Business Wire
Rally Cycling Team Bikes to Benefit UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation Familieswhich are awarded to families who need financial assistance to help pay for the
Rally Cycling Team Bikes to Benefit UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation Families
Business Wire / Posted 13 days ago
which are awarded to families who need financial assistance to help pay for their children’s health care treatments, services or equipment not covered, or not fully covered, by their commercial health insurance plans. The 2016 edition of the... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Niswonger donates $5 million to Walters Statewill enable the college to add new workforce training programs, expand existing
Niswonger donates $5 million to Walters State
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 14 days ago
will enable the college to add new workforce training programs, expand existing ones, and provide enhanced student support services. Construction on the new facility began in March 2013. Through an initial $9 million in state capital outlay funds... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
The growing student debt crisis at community collegesThey tend to be older, live in poorer communities and have little family wealth
The growing student debt crisis at community colleges
Local 10 Miami / Posted 14 days ago
They tend to be older, live in poorer communities and have little family wealth to support them — 36 percent have family incomes of under $20,000, according to the Community College Research Center at Columbia University. Still, community... Read more
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Greene County Daily World
Community Notesthe series of Wellness Wednesday seminars, designed to help employees and compa
Community Notes
Greene County Daily World / Posted 15 days ago
the series of Wellness Wednesday seminars, designed to help employees and companies meet wellness goals. They will focus on occupational health, nutrition, exercise and home health care tips. This is the first in the series. All area businesses are... Read more
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My EastText
UT Health Northeast Physician Receives AwardTyler, Texas (KETK) UT Health Northeast occupational medicine physician Dr. Da
UT Health Northeast Physician Receives Award
My EastText / Posted 16 days ago
Tyler, Texas (KETK) UT Health Northeast occupational medicine physician Dr. David Rowlett received the Marcus Key Award on April 30 in Dallas at the annual Texas College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (TxCOEM) meeting.According to... Read more
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Greene County Daily World
Community Notesthe series of Wellness Wednesday seminars, designed to help employees and compa
Community Notes
Greene County Daily World / Posted 16 days ago
the series of Wellness Wednesday seminars, designed to help employees and companies meet wellness goals. They will focus on occupational health, nutrition, exercise and home health care tips. This is the first in the series. All area businesses are... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Outsourcing of education in Region 8: good or bad idea?times are changing in education. Schools have been "outsourcing," or contracti
Outsourcing of education in Region 8: good or bad idea?
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 16 days ago
times are changing in education. Schools have been "outsourcing," or contracting outside labor for specialized jobs like occupational and physical therapy for children for a while. To many districts, it is a sound financial decision for a highly... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Outsourcing of education in Region 8: good or bad idea?times are changing in education. Schools have been "outsourcing," or contracti
Outsourcing of education in Region 8: good or bad idea?
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 16 days ago
times are changing in education. Schools have been "outsourcing," or contracting outside labor for specialized jobs like occupational and physical therapy for children for a while. To many districts, it is a sound financial decision for a highly... Read more
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Greene County Daily World
Community Notesrun all day. The American Legion Auxiliary in Lyons will have a monthly breakf
Community Notes
Greene County Daily World / Posted 19 days ago
run all day. The American Legion Auxiliary in Lyons will have a monthly breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., Cost is $7 and includes bacon or sausage, biscuits and gravy, eggs and fried potatoes. The public is welcome to attend. Yard Sale at... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Already ailing, Alberta’s economy is dealt a hammer blowFort McMurray, and then further south, away from the fire zone. The Fort McMurr
Already ailing, Alberta’s economy is dealt a hammer blow
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Fort McMurray, and then further south, away from the fire zone. The Fort McMurray-based owner of Northstar Ford Group has since heard conflicting reports about whether his two dealerships in the city are still standing. But he knows his family’s... Read more
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Raw Story
Texas AG hid $100,000 gift stock after tech CEO told him ‘God doesn’t want me to take your money’: FedsNews reports. The Republican is currently facing federal fraud charges relatin
Texas AG hid $100,000 gift stock after tech CEO told him ‘God doesn’t want me to take your money’: Feds
Raw Story / Posted 20 days ago
News reports. The Republican is currently facing federal fraud charges relating to the same company. He is accused of convincing, if not pressuring, five people to invest in the firm Servergy Inc. even though he himself was not an investor, and... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona companies hiring 100 or more in Maycompany websites. Accenture, hiring 100. The company provides management consu
Arizona companies hiring 100 or more in May
The Arizona Republic / Posted 20 days ago
company websites. Accenture, hiring 100. The company provides management consulting, as well as technology and outsourcing services. More info: www.accenture.com/us-en/careers/jobsearch. Advantage Sales and Marketing, hiring 130. The marketing... Read more
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Greene County Daily World
Community Notesrun all day. The American Legion Auxiliary in Lyons will have a monthly breakf
Community Notes
Greene County Daily World / Posted 20 days ago
run all day. The American Legion Auxiliary in Lyons will have a monthly breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., Cost is $7 and includes bacon or sausage, biscuits and gravy, eggs and fried potatoes. The public is welcome to attend. Yard Sale at... Read more
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Business Insurance
Ruling allowing benefits after return to work could bump comp ratesOklahoma employers could see an increase in workers compensation costs after th
Ruling allowing benefits after return to work could bump comp rates
Business Insurance / Posted 21 days ago
Oklahoma employers could see an increase in workers compensation costs after the Oklahoma Supreme Court decided last month that it is unconstitutional to suspend comp benefits for employees who return to work after experiencing an occupational... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Fall Awareness MonthThe Occupational Safety & Health Admininistration (OSHA), a division of the Uni
Fall Awareness Month
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
The Occupational Safety & Health Admininistration (OSHA), a division of the United States Department of Labor, has designated the week of May 2-6 as "Fall Awareness Week." Falls are the number one cause of fatalities and safety violations in the... Read more
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Task & Purpose
5 Companies That Will Make You Want to Work In Health Care And Pharmaceuticalsoffer a large range of opportunity for veterans who are in transition from mili
5 Companies That Will Make You Want to Work In Health Care And Pharmaceuticals
Task & Purpose / Posted 21 days ago
offer a large range of opportunity for veterans who are in transition from military to civilian life, no matter what your occupational specialty may be. From customer service to supply, hospitals, wellness companies, pharmacies and pharmaceutical... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Custom Home Health acquires Troy hospice providerprovider Advanced Professional Hospice Care is now based in Royal Oak as Custo
Custom Home Health acquires Troy hospice provider
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 23 days ago
provider Advanced Professional Hospice Care is now based in Royal Oak as Custom Hospice LLC, after Custom Home Health Inc. acquired the Troy hospice services provider last month and relocated it. Custom Home Health, founded in 2011 by Chris... Read more
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Times News
Report: Mold in 2 Schuylkill officesoffices in the Schuylkill County courthouse, according to the results of an ins
Report: Mold in 2 Schuylkill offices
Times News / Posted 27 days ago
offices in the Schuylkill County courthouse, according to the results of an inspection done by Air Care & Restoration Inc. of Bethlehem. The affected areas were removed and the air ducts cleaned and sanitized on April 8 and April 9, the... Read more
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The Morning Call
Schuylkill County commissioners discuss radon, mold issues at courthousein the courthouse. The agreements were with Air Care & Restorations, Bethlehem,
Schuylkill County commissioners discuss radon, mold issues at courthouse
The Morning Call / Posted 27 days ago
in the courthouse. The agreements were with Air Care & Restorations, Bethlehem, for $9,456, and Next Step Environmental Services LLC, Macungie, for $48,394. In a statement that was issued to all department heads in the courthouse, the... Read more
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Task & Purpose
Love The Midwest? Check Out These 6 Vet-Friendly Companies Hiring There Nowthey have open today in many specialty areas across the Midwestern states. Jobs
Love The Midwest? Check Out These 6 Vet-Friendly Companies Hiring There Now
Task & Purpose / Posted 28 days ago
they have open today in many specialty areas across the Midwestern states. Jobs are suited to veterans of all ranks and include opportunity in information technology, web development and computer science, accounting, finance, banking, business... Read more
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TribLIVE
Gateway School Board renews contract with boys hoops coach despite facilities-use controversycontract renewal was recommended by district administration, the high school at
Gateway School Board renews contract with boys hoops coach despite facilities-use controversy
TribLIVE / Posted 30 days ago
contract renewal was recommended by district administration, the high school athletic director and the high school principal. Freedman said he is willing to do whatever it takes to ensure the students don't suffer any consequences. “I truly... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Drug court helps teen to correct his courseFaulkner County program is one of 12 juvenile drug courts in the state, said Co
Drug court helps teen to correct his course
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted a month ago
Faulkner County program is one of 12 juvenile drug courts in the state, said Connie Hickman Tanner, director of court services for the Arkansas Supreme Court's Administrative Offices of the Courts. During the 2015 legislative session, Gov.... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business BriefsAirport during March During March, 1,269,961 passengers traveled through South
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 1 months ago
Airport during March During March, 1,269,961 passengers traveled through Southwest Florida International Airport, an increase of 7.5 percent compared to March 2015. Year-to-date, passenger traffic is up 8 percent from the same period last... Read more
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Business Insurance
Court to review if injured worker can pursue tort claim against utilization reviewerback injury in 2008, could pursue a tort claim against Irvine, California-based
Court to review if injured worker can pursue tort claim against utilization reviewer
Business Insurance / Posted 1 months ago
back injury in 2008, could pursue a tort claim against Irvine, California-based managed care organization CompPartners Inc. and its employee, Dr. Naresh Sharma, for failing to appropriately wean him off his drug regimen, court records... Read more
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Business Insurance
Court to review if injured worker can pursue tort claim against utilization reviewerback injury in 2008, could pursue a tort claim against Irvine, California-based
Court to review if injured worker can pursue tort claim against utilization reviewer
Business Insurance / Posted 1 months ago
back injury in 2008, could pursue a tort claim against Irvine, California-based managed care organization CompPartners Inc. and its employee, Dr. Naresh Sharma, for failing to appropriately wean him off his drug regimen, court records... Read more

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