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The Winchester SunThe City of Winchester will pay about $62,000 in unpaid overtime to the Kentucky Department of Labor this month, after qualifying firefighters made claims for the funds. The Winchester Board of Commissioners approved an order Tuesday authorizing the...
Editor’s note: 100 years ago not available 75 YEARS AGO — 1936 The Danville office of the National Re-employment Service led the district of 15 counties in finding employment during the past few weeks and was second in the state, according...
A Danville business and a Harrodsburg business have been named two of the best places to work in the state by the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management. Symbiotix Inc. in Danville was named in the small to medium companies category and Corning...
email@example.comKentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate fell to 9.4 percent in November 2011 from 9.6 percent in October 2011, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce...
Education beyond high school is a key to success later in life. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 62 percent of all U.S. jobs now require a minimum of two-year or four-year degrees or special post-secondary training. That number is expected to...
Should an employee be punished for shooting and killing a would-be robber if it is against the employer's policy to carry a gun? Police cleared an Indianapolis grocery store manager of wrongdoing after he shot and killed a man trying to rob the Kroger...
Channel 2 NewsAlaskans planned to give more of their money this holiday shopping season to retailers, who are rounding out 2011 making some big bucks. Economists say sales are up all across the country, and expect the spike to continue well into the new year. "There...
The economy added 200,000 jobs in December, and unemployment rate fell to 8.5 percent. Going forward, unemployment is not likely to fall much further and may rise again. Fourth quarter growth was exceptionally strong as the global economy recovered...
Advocates for Maryland's abused and neglected youths said Wednesday that the state's second-largest foster care placement company failed the children in its care by allowing the qualification assessments of the homes they live in to lapse. Ed Kilcullen,...
Maryland's second-largest foster care provider failed to track background checks, training and other requirements for its foster parents, putting the children at risk, according to state officials who are moving to suspend new placements in its homes....
Maryland officials said on Friday that they had seized $400,000 in overdue child support payments from one parent, the largest such collection state history. "I hope that this collection sends a clear message to non-custodial parents that Maryland is...
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