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2015/02/24 09:10
2015/02/24 09:10
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City starting block grant funding review Tuesday, February 24, 2015 DOVER — The city’s Planning Board will begin reviewing funding requests for the Community Development Block Grants at tonight’s...
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2015/02/21 11:53
2015/02/21 11:53
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If more grocers are going to open stores in urban neighborhoods and far-flung rural communities, they want the state to provide seed money to jump-start the effort. That is among the recommendations...
2015/02/19 09:10
2015/02/19 09:10
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A decision on how to address acoustic problems at the city of Canton’s meeting room will be taken by council at tonight’s 6 p.m. meeting where Mayor Gene Hobgood is set to give his State of the City...
2015/02/18 17:44
2015/02/18 17:44
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K-REDI continued to structure its upcoming year and future plans for economic development by dedicating nearly its entire Tuesday board meeting to ironing out details of the organization’s operational...
2015/02/18 01:38
2015/02/18 01:38
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A policy that pushes for organic farming will be eliminated in Woodbury County. On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors also approved removing the Woodbury County Organic Conversions Policy. The policy...
2015/02/17 21:19
2015/02/17 21:19
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... April Scheinoha For at least 15 years, space has been an issue at the Thief River Falls Fire Hall. To ease congestion inside the building, the fire department stores some of its equipment...
2015/02/13 20:19
2015/02/13 20:19
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... April Scheinoha The Thief River Falls City Council will soon consider whether to purchase a new ice resurfacer for the arenas. During its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 10, the Parks and Recreation/Public...
2015/02/13 16:54
2015/02/13 16:54
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Friday, February 13, 2015 - 9:51am With state leaders sitting on a savings account that could soon surpass $10 billion, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is urging lawmakers to consider allowing his...
2015/02/07 05:38
2015/02/07 05:38
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Rhode Island woke up on New Year’s Day 2015 with a groaning hangover from years of wallowing in bad economic news. Standing by the bedside was an energetic, dark-haired woman holding a spoon and big,...
2015/02/06 19:57
2015/02/06 19:57
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Several Ozarks communities are getting help to upgrade their wastewater systems. Gov. Jay Nixon visited Willard to discuss the importance of clean water and to announce $1.1 million in Small...
2015/02/06 18:18
2015/02/06 18:18
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Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced a new $10 million Revolving Loan Fund to address the city's crisis of available housing. The fund will support the development of multi-family rental units for...
2015/02/05 05:32
2015/02/05 05:32
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Garner said he has the books for 2014 finished and the financial report will be available at the next meeting. "Once I get the analysis done on 2014, that'll help me prepare the line-item...
2015/02/04 08:57
2015/02/04 08:57
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This past month, Gov. Peter Shumlin opened the legislative session with an unprecedented focus on the environment. Understanding that global climate change threatens our way of life, the governor...
2015/02/04 07:24
2015/02/04 07:24
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The food manufacturing facility ceased operations Jan. 31 after production began December 2013. The Westfield-based plant produced pierogies of various sorts marketed under the Nowinksi brand....
2015/02/04 06:25
2015/02/04 06:25
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Eldorado Mayor Rocky James ended the regularly scheduled meeting of the Eldorado City Council Tuesday Jan. 27 with an "attaboy" to the various department heads and council members for operating within...
2015/02/04 00:19
2015/02/04 00:19
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FLINT, MI -- Gov. Rick Snyder has awarded Flint $2 million to find leaks in city water lines and to replace a wastewater incinerator -- moves officials said will free up money for improving the...
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2015/01/29 09:12
2015/01/29 09:12
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TROY - Troy Borough Council's 2015 proposed goals include finishing the downtown parking lot on Canton Street and setting up a sidewalk Revolving Loan Fund. At council's last meeting, council...
2015/01/28 19:36
2015/01/28 19:36
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Helping Out highlights some of the many charitable events and activities going on in the Charleston area. Submissions should be sent to dailyjournal@scbiznews.com. Trident United Way and SC Thrive...
2015/01/28 06:23
2015/01/28 06:23
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The first item of business was a report from Assistant State’s Attorney Jason Clark on a meeting with Ferrell Hospital administrators pertaining a claim by the hospital that they are owed back tax...
2015/02/24 09:10
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