Lincoln Daily News
What does it cost taxpayers to pay for lawmakers' empty Springfield residences?
Although the Illinois constitution requires all statewide elected officials to have a residence in Springfield - none of the current constitutional officers have made the state capital their primary home.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
University of Kansas
KU to honor 38 seniors from Sumner county high schools
A total of 38 seniors from high schools in Sumner County will be recognized for their academic achievements and named Kansas Honor Scholars at a 6:30 p.m, dinner and program at Wellington High School, 1700 E. 16th, Wellington. Since 1971, the Kansas Honors Program has recognized over 125,000 scholars who rank in the top 10 percent of their high school senior classes and are selected regardless of occupational plans or higher-education goals.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Mitchell Thomashow Book Discussion and Signing Slated for UCCPA on Tuesday, October 7
September, 2014 - Dr. Mitchell Thomashow, former president of Unity College, will discuss and sign copies of his new book, The Nine Elements of a Sustainable Campus, at the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts . The event will be held on Tuesday, October 7 beginning at 6 p.m. Admission is free and open to the general public.
Women accused of stealing bank cards
Three women are to stand trial accused of stealing bank cards from an 86-year-old man before using them to take more than A 3,700 from his bank accounts. Sara Ferguson, Tracey Lawrence and Emma Sneddon are alleged to have targeted Robert Lockhart at his Glenrothes home between 1 August and 6 September 2013.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Your View: Business leaders support Community Preservation Act
President Anthony R. Sapienza, president and CEO, JA Apparel Corp.; Vice President Joseph Nauman, executive vice president, Corporate and Legal, Acushnet Co.; Treasurer David Slutz, president and CEO, Precix; Clerk Carol Pimentel, director Internal Audit and Administrative Services, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth ; Barbara Grunkemeyer consultant, Promontory Financial Group; Paul Vigeant, vice president Workforce Development, Bristol Community College; Helena DaSilva Hughes, executive director, Immigrants' Assistance Center; Craig Dutra, president, Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts; Loan Committee Chairman Peter Selley, senior vice president, Bristol County Savings Bank.
TIFF 2014: Kevin Smith and More Talk Tusk
On tap right now are several videos from Robert A. Mitchell pertaining to the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of Kevin Smith's Tusk . Sit back and hear from Smith along with co-stars Justin Long, Genesis Rodriguez, and Haley Joel Osment.
Audra McDonald, Kathy Griffin, 'STARCATCHER', Itzak...
Once again crowned as the No. 1 Performing Arts Hall of its size in North America , the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is proud to announce a new season bustling with fresh talent and seasoned stars, with every performance delivering a dose of extraordinary.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
New Bedford begins new LED streetlight installation
City officials Friday unveiled the first of about 10,000 energy-efficient, LED streetlights that are projected to save the city more than a half million dollars a year. The LED, or light emitting diode, lights have brighter, whiter light than the city's current high pressure sodium streetlights that emit a yellowish glow.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
KTNV-TV Las Vegas
13 Things To Do This Week In Downtown Las Vegas
Here is a list of 13 Things To Do In Downtown Las Vegas for the week of Sept. 4 though 11: 1. Nacho Daddy is hosting the Daddy's Football Kick-Off BBQ beginning at 4 p.m. Sept.
Los Angeles Times
Beverley Mitchell of '7th Heaven' pregnant with baby No. 2
The "7th Heaven" alum, who played Lucy Camden on the long-running WB series, is expecting a second child with husband Michael Cameron, the actress' rep confirmed to the Los Angeles Times. The 33-year-old announced that she was again pregnant by posting a "throwback Thursday" photo on her WhoSay account.
The Globe and Mail
Putting the Michael back in Bloomberg LP
Workaholic billionaire with time on his hands seeks challenging opportunity; brings long experience leading largest city in the U.S. and has no desire to slow down. Ever since Michael Bloomberg left the mayor's office at the start of the year, he has searched for a role that matches his unusual ambitions and qualifications.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Fabrinet: An Opportunity You Might Have Missed
Fabrinet provides optical packaging and precision optical, electro-mechanical, and electronic manufacturing services to manufacturers of optical communication components, modules and sub-systems, and industrial lasers and sensors.
Two area candidates disqualified from Nov. 4a
Two area candidates disqualified from Nov. 4 election Appeals for those deemed inelligible to run Nov. 4 must be filed today.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Coal supporters see reign lasting, despite challengesa
Mike Riggen, president of the King Coal Association, looks over invoices from the 2014 King Coal Show.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Officials hope new owners preserve inn's
The Roger Sherman Inn, a nearly 100-year-old Fairfield County landmark, has just hit the market with an asking price of $6 million.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Erie Times News
Cooler-than-usual Erie summer winds down
It's also the last day for guarded beaches at Presque Isle State Park, unless the weather is good enough next weekend for a skeleton crew to work on Beaches 6 and 7. Sherri Goodwill and her husband, Dennis, both 45, of Lakewood, N.Y., said they know summer days are dwindling.
Roger Sherman Inn on sale for $6M
The Roger Sherman Inn, 195 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Conn., hit the market Aug. 22, 2014, with an asking price of $6 million, according to a listing on Halstead Property's website.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Local Detroit churches sponsor play groups to combat obesity
From left Ranaeshia Jordan, 6, of Detroit, and play coach Ashley McKenna, 28, of Royal Oak, rattle the jump rope as Detroit City Councilman Andre L. Spivey jumps over.
Bangor Daily News
Portland developers seek zoning changes for prominent waterfront property
The owners of the Portland Company complex at 58 Fore St. are seeking two zoning changes that could alter the nature of redevelopment at the 10-acre site.