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2014/10/31 04:21
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Two decades after a convicted sex offender lured a 7-year-old named Megan into his house with the promise of seeing a new puppy, then killed her, the law that bears her name remains broadly popular,...
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2014/10/31 02:43
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The Burnsville-Savage area is populated with families raising school-aged children. That’s why we find the matchup to replace retiring Republican Rep. Pam Myhra an odd one. It’s a contest between...
2014/10/30 23:23
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COLUMBIA - The City of Columbia wants to raise property taxes to help pay for more police officers and firefighters. The city is asking voters to decide on Proposition One, which would increase the...
2014/10/30 19:50
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Plans for Linear Trail expansion in Meriden continue Published: October 30, 2014 | Last Modified: October 30, 2014 03:34PM By Andrew Ragali Record-Journal staff MERIDEN — The city is seeking the...
2014/10/30 19:09
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BOSTON � House Speaker Robert DeLeo's political action committee, bankrolled by scores of unions, lobbyists and current and former lawmakers, has funneled $14,000 to 15 Democratic incumbents and 13...
2014/10/30 17:30
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During the Birmingham City Council meeting on October 28, 2014 Council: Approved an Ordinance ratifying the terms and approving the pricing of the City’s General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series...
2014/10/30 16:21
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Send calendar listings by noon, Friday to editor@advocate-news.com, 450 N. Franklin St., Fort Bragg, CA 95437. Art openings are listed for First Friday in Fort Bragg and Second Saturday in...
2014/10/30 03:51
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Castro is among seven board members who sit on the Finance and Budget Committee, which declined to forward Coroner Rob Russell’s proposed $140,369 budget adjustment to the Executive Committee. “They...
2014/10/30 02:00
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The Senate Public Safety Committee heard from prisoner advocates, re-entry experts and state Corrections Department officials as they discussed the impact of aging prisoners on the state’s strained...
2014/10/29 18:18
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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday she will veto a City Council bill requiring police officers to wear body cameras if the legislation makes it to her desk before policy questions have been...
2014/10/29 04:03
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An engineer told Lancaster officials Monday that the village has leeway to address the controversial restriping of Lake Avenue. It could choose to leave the double yellow line where it is, relocate it...
2014/10/28 23:46
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KEYPORT — As Nov. 4 closes in, voters in Keyport will decide whether a new mayor will lead the Bayshore borough. The election is a contest between incumbent Council President Joy-Michele Tomczak, a...
2014/10/28 21:31
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Mike Bowman, a Wilson Street resident, has resigned from the Middletown Zoning Hearing Board, which he had chaired. Bowman told the Press And Journal he is also stepping down from the borough Police...
2014/10/28 21:12
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Asheville's city manager is ordering a review of police force operations in light of recent reports of problems which include low morale and forced overtime. Local media outlets report City Manager...
2014/10/28 20:20
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The village board isn’t ready to adopt a law that would amend the village code pertaining to dogs and other animals, as has been requested to address dog owners who do not clean up feces left by their...
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore City Council’s Public Safety Committee will hold a public hearing Tuesday on legislation that would require city police to wear body cameras. The body cameras would...
2014/10/28 16:40
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Auto crashes more than doubled at busy Houston intersections after red light cameras were pulled from those areas, according to figures released by the Houston Police Department. The controversial...
2014/10/27 20:21
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If you got caught with a joint that one time in college here in Cincinnati and now you're applying for jobs, that youthful indiscretion can make it much tougher for you. But that could change. Some...
2014/10/27 19:21
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Montgomery County could become the first local jurisdiction to prohibit pet stores from selling animals sourced from so-called "puppy and kitten mills." A bill set to be introduced in the Montgomery...
2014/10/27 18:00
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Cincinnati City Council appears to be moving forward on a plan that could potentially wipe out 10,000 drug convictions. The ordinance would allow people who were convicted of possession of less than...
2014/10/31 04:21
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