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Special CorrespondentWith Memorial Day weekend around the corner, there are deals and “steals” vying for travelers’ attention. Here are some that caught our eye, including deals for military members and government employees to take a well-deserved vacation...
The good news is that, in seven years of umpiring amateur baseball games in the Baltimore area, Frank Handley has had to give the thumb to only five adults. The bad news is he had to do it again a couple of weeks ago. But we're going to turn a negative...
Tags: Sports, Abusive Behavior, Baseball, Politics, Government
Clout StreetMayor Rahm Emanuel plans to start reducing health insurance coverage next year for more than 30,000 retired city workers and begin shifting them to President Barack Obama's new federal system. The move is aimed at saving the city money and comes as...
Business and food safety experts from across the state will teach two one-day workshops to help entrepreneurs learn food business best practices. Topics include everything from product and process approval, required certifications and food business...
Tags: Food Industry, State Parks, Politics, Government
AP Business WriterLITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The $1.1 billion Big River Steel mill that's planned for Osceola could be under construction later this year, but a number of things have to happen before dirt can be turned for the superproject. The plant is awaiting...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentFor Riley High School senior Samuel Baxter, the radio and television course could be the introduction to a career. "All the work is worth the fun," says Baxter, who took the introductory course last year after someone mentioned that he had a great...
ATHENS -- Greece’s ruling coalition threatened Monday to arrest public high school teachers if they walk off work later this week, a strike that would potentially disrupt university-entrance exams for thousands of students. But the government's...
(Editors note: This is the fifth Republican candidate for three Lower Macungie commissioner seats to be featured in Candidate Q&A.) Roger Reis, 70, is seeking a second term on Lower Macungie's five-member Board of Commissioners. Reis, a retired state...
The O'Malley administration has notified state employees in same-sex relationships that they won't be able to include domestic partners in their health insurance anymore. If they want coverage, they'll have to get married. The policy change is the...
In the Dunloggin, Beaverbrook and Font Hill neighborhoods of Howard County, residents say they've spent thousands on home generators and on food to replace the stuff that spoils when the power goes out for days. There have also been other expenses, they...
Gary Cornell, a city commissioner who played a role in doling out millions in federal grants for public projects and social services, died Friday morning in his home, his wife said. He was 79. Although the official cause of death was not yet been...
Tags: Politics, Government, Public Officials
ABORTION BAN-ARKANSAS Judge excludes group from hearing on abortion ban LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A federal judge says a group that wants to help defend Arkansas' law banning most abortions 12 weeks into a pregnancy can't participate in a hearing...
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