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More than 1,800 bills relating to Texas cities were proposed by Texas lawmakers in 2017 with more expected in the 86th Texas Legislature, which convenes... [Read More]
The National Weather Service may be predicting a mild winter for New England and the rest of the country, but the folks at ISO New... [Read More]
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McHenry-area residents will have a chance to vote on two referendums that could allow the city and school district to issue bonds that will allow... [Read More]
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Human catapults, extended platforms and a rope swing are some of the ways these dare devils get creative when they launch themselves off the New... [Read More]
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The Longhorns were able to attend the Austin City Limits Festival and even put their taste buds to the test by tackling the jelly bean... [Read More]
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The Alachua County Sheriff's Office says that a 14-year-old girls has been shot off SW 24th Avenue at the Tower Oaks Glen Apartments just outside... [Read More]
Akron, Ohio Motorists now are being required to slow down while traveling through certain areas of Lakemore Village. At a brief... [Read More]
Votes cast on a proposed constitutional amendment that would have imposed the nation's strictest term limits on state lawmakers won't be counted in the Nov.... [Read More]
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50 years ago today, the queen of Camelot wed a Greek tycoon. The Times had an inside source at a ceremony that was off limits... [Read More]
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Church recognises fundamental right to freedom of expression 'within limits'... [Read More]
A New Mexico agency that helps people with disabilities find work is telling many job seekers to look elsewhere for assistance because of a policy... [Read More]
In this paper, we explore some properties of inverse limit sequences on sub-spaces of Euclidean n-space. We address some well-known examples, in particular the example... [Read More]
A credit for people who work, have a Social Security number and have an income below specific thresholds. EITC is a refundable tax credit, which... [Read More]
Do you have a direct mail piece you are sending out? The USPS Folded Self Mailer regulations recently changed. Trish Witkowski of Foldfactory.com breaks down... [Read More]
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The university offers all benefit eligible employees a pre-tax deduction for parking expenses up to the IRS limit of $260 per month.  You may elect... [Read More]
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The university supports its employees' ability to balance their work and home lives by providing several paid time off and leave options, with certain restrictions... [Read More]
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More architects are turning to mass timber — or large, prefabricated wood pieces — to sequester carbon and lower greenhouse-gas emissions. In addition to being... [Read More]
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A lawsuit charges Harvard limits the number of qualified Asian-American students it admits. But is it really an attempt to set back the entire notion... [Read More]
A report says a central Illinois pork-processing plant released more nitrogen from animal waste into waterways than any other slaughterhouse in the U.S. ... [Read More]
The Del Norte girls tennis team once again pushed undefeated Arcata near its limits, but the Tigers were able to come through with wins in... [Read More]
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