May 21, 2014
The Washington Post
Motorist who entered White House grounds in court
The Mitchellville man who was arrested earlier this month for driving his Honda Civic into the secure perimeter of the White House grounds is considering whether to seek an evaluation by mental health experts, his attorney said Wednesday.
Driver Charged, Released in White House Incident
A Maryland man who police say drove behind a motorcade carrying President Barack Obama's daughters and through the White House gates has been released after appearing in court.
Property rights voters may soon cast ballots by mail
The new absentee-by-mail voting rule for nonresident property owners is raising concerns among some Portland leaders.
New rules likely for Gallatin property rights voters
The way Gallatin's 133 nonresident property rights voters cast their ballots in local elections this year will likely change after city officials gave initial approval to new rules Tuesday.
Budget discussions stall
A week after Mayor Scott Foster presented his 2013-14 fiscal year budget to city leaders, aldermen still had not seen a key component of the mayor's proposal -- a new pay plan he says will increase city employees' salaries by an average of 6.8 percent at an estimated cost of $1.4 million.