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Yesterday | Bellingham Herald
The former members of the Bell City Council were convicted last year of stealing taxpayer money and using it to pay themselves huge salaries to operate the small, blue-collar suburb where more than a quarter of residents live below the poverty line.
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Yesterday | ABC News
Five former leaders of the city of Bell who were convicted in a municipal fraud scandal sued their former city attorney Friday, saying he led them to believe they were doing nothing wrong when they accepted six-figure salaries to run a modest Los Angeles suburb.
Friday | Business Wire
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Friday | Pacific Daily News
The 10th Tumon Bay Music Festival is ongoing. Scheduled events: * Today: Choral and Hand Bell Festival * March 8: Solo and Small Ensemble Festival, Contemporary Christan Music Concert * March 9: Jazz, Rock and Beyond * March 10-11: Band and Orchestra Festival * March 15: Finale concert, awards ceremony There also will be seminars, lectures, ... (more)
In 2013, four former members of the City Council in the city of Bell in Los Angeles County were convicted of criminal acts in votes that illegally increased their own pay.
UCLA Holocaust historian Saul Friedlander has been named one of the winners of the 2014 Dan David Prize.
Peaches Christ 's seem to be ready to "Get a Clue!" with her Saturday screening of the classic 1990s comedy "Clueless."
Mayor Eric Garcetti met with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City Tuesday, and discussed a variety of economic issues.
Oak trees in Windsor that have stood at least 150 years were dismantled methodically Tuesday with a chain saw that dissected their limbs and trunks and sent them crashing to earth.
The Laredo Chamber of Commerce Education Committee announced the School Bell Awards Program at the United Independent School District Student Activity Complex this morning.
"Jamie's Sunset," a pastel by Daggi Wallace, is part of the "Less Is More, Much More" exhibit in Camarillo.
Updated: 02/26/2014 10:43 PM Created: 02/26/2014 9:13 PM WDIO.com By: Laurie Stribling firstname.lastname@example.org The Duluth business community is mourning the loss of a long-time leader.