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firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville has spent more than $300,000 on city manager-related matters in less than 11 months, according to financial documents obtained through an open records request, and still does not have a permanent replacement for Paul Stansbury. In May,...
FRANKFORT — Glenn D. Leveridge, Central Bank/Winchester Market president, has been appointed to serve on the Kentucky Access to Justice Commission. Leveridge is one of 30 members of the commission, which met for the first time Jan. 28 at the...
During a meeting of team leaders at Golden Living Center Friday morning, executive director Jennifer Thompson felt compelled to address a matter that had riled up the staff at the Stanford nursing home. “I told them we were not going to let this...
No right to speed through school zones To the editor: I am surprised at how many people think they have a constitutional right to speed through school zones. In the few last weeks, several writers have voiced their displeasure at having to pay...
Missing Boca Raton attorney Timothy McCabe once had ties to what federal authorities have described as a web of South Florida businesses that financially preyed on people desperate to avoid foreclosure, the Sun Sentinel has found. McCabe got some of his...
Question: When our association's board approves a payment plan for owners who fall behind on their association dues, a law firm representative called an "assessment department assistant" writes that the firm is "pleased to inform you that the Board of...
Members of the Osceola County Bar Association are establishing the county's first legal aid society. The Legal Aid Society of Osceola County, or LASO, will help the poor and working poor obtain legal services they couldn't otherwise afford, said...
Developers and city officials agreed to change the face of Boynton's downtown on Tuesday. At the city's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting, the board unanimously agreed to terms necessary to transfer ownership of property located at 222 N. Federal...
NEW YORK — The next wave of union protesters isn't blue collar. It's lawyers, paralegals, secretaries, helicopter pilots, judges, insurance agents and podiatrists. These white-collar workers are not exactly the picture of the labor movement, but...
email@example.comAs she sorted through tables Sunday at the Friends of Legal Services book sale, Linda Webb-Jenkins carried in her pocket a list of the titles filling her shelves at home. That list was about to get much longer. Webb-Jenkins filled at least four...
Huddling with business and community leaders last month to recommend legal and financial advisers for development of Gary/Chicago International Airport, Carrie Hightman smiled as Adela Cepeda, an acquaintance from Chicago business circles, pitched her...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLegal advice is something just about everyone will need at some point during their lifetime, and residents of Washington County and surrounding areas will have the chance to get some help for free on Wednesday. Assistant State’s Attorney Michele F....
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