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The Herald News
Mass. House OKs bill to prohibit fees for credit freezesNews Service BOSTON — Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators' and repres
The Herald News / Posted 5 days ago
News Service BOSTON — Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators' and representative's votes on roll calls from the week of Feb. 12-16. RIGHTS OF CONSUMERS ON CREDIT REPORTS (H 4232) — The House, 152-0, approved and sent to the Senate... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Jonesboro bike track requires budget risesend a proposed increase in the Police Department budget to the full council. T
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
send a proposed increase in the Police Department budget to the full council. The money will be used to hire two new police officers, and the city's share would be $26,143.12. Most of the money would come from federal dollars for the Community... Read more
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Lowell Sun
CBA awarded $50,000 workforce development grantA Sun Staff Report LOWELL -- The Coalition for a Better Acre was awarded $50,00
Lowell Sun / Posted 9 days ago
A Sun Staff Report LOWELL -- The Coalition for a Better Acre was awarded $50,000 from the Commonwealth's Urban Agenda grant program on Monday, which will be used to support and enhance the STEP (Supported Training Education Program) workforce... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
City to consider purchase of nuisance reporting softwarecould soon be a new way to report pesky potholes found in the city. The City C
The Journal-Standard / Posted 10 days ago
could soon be a new way to report pesky potholes found in the city. The City Council on Monday discussed a proposal for software that would streamline the process of reporting and fixing nuisances around the city. The iWorQ software lease would... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Deportation threat could trigger toxic stress in children left behindOn a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the
Darien News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
On a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the basement of the First and Summerfield United Methodist Church in New Haven to support a friend in sanctuary. As they sat, the boy tried to push away thoughts of how it... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Deportation threat could trigger toxic stress in children left behindOn a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 days ago
On a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the basement of the First and Summerfield United Methodist Church in New Haven to support a friend in sanctuary. As they sat, the boy tried to push away thoughts of how it... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Threat of deportation: A trigger for toxic stress in children left behindOn a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the
The Register Citizen / Posted 16 days ago
On a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the basement of the First and Summerfield United Methodist Church in New Haven, to support a friend in sanctuary . As they sat there, the boy tried to push away thoughts of... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Threat of deportation: A trigger for toxic stress in children left behindOn a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the
The Middletown Press / Posted 16 days ago
On a snowy Saturday morning in January, Selvin, 13, and his mother were in the basement of the First and Summerfield United Methodist Church in New Haven, to support a friend in sanctuary . As they sat there, the boy tried to push away thoughts of... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Across the Region: Where your income tax dollars go in Lake, Porter and LaPorte countiesLake officials spend income tax money in the present and future tense Lake Cou
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 18 days ago
Lake officials spend income tax money in the present and future tense Lake County was the last of the state's 92 counties to pass a personal income tax on its residents and workers. The County Council in 2013 levied it in three parts: a 0.25... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Commercial rent rising as downtowns change in Northwest Arkansascrestfallen as he walked around what used to be his French antiques store on Bl
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
crestfallen as he walked around what used to be his French antiques store on Block Avenue in Fayetteville. A few stacks of books and some collectibles too big for boxes remained. Storm and his wife, Chris, traveled Europe for two decades in... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Finalists named for schools supt. in Wilmingtonfor the district's superintendent position Wednesday night. Those candidates ar
Lowell Sun / Posted 22 days ago
for the district's superintendent position Wednesday night. Those candidates are Glenn Brand, former superintendent of the Acton-Boxboro Regional School District; Nan Murphy, director of Accountability and School Improvement for the Lowell... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Culture to community, she's a powerhousethere's a need, Marie Sweeney gets busy This is the latest in The Sun's "Be a
Lowell Sun / Posted 24 days ago
there's a need, Marie Sweeney gets busy This is the latest in The Sun's "Be a Volunteer" series. Got a suggestion for a profile? Email cscott@lowellsun.com. By Robert Mills rmills@lowellsun.comLOWELL -- Politics, teaching and social services have... Read more

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