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South Bend TribuneAmid an FBI and Indiana State Police probe, the Walkerton-Lincoln Township Public Library has reopened with limited public hours. The library will be open 30 hours a week through the rest of June, and is being staffed by volunteers from the library...
The following items were taken from police reports. Glenview On June 16, a 33-year-old Lincolnshire man was arrested in the 9800 block of Milwaukee Avenue and charged with DUI, speeding, improper lane usage and failure to yield. On June 16, a 31-...
WASHINGTON — In May 1918, with America embroiled in the First World War, Iowa’s Gov. William Lloyd Harding dealt a blow against Germany. His Babel Proclamation — that was its title; you cannot make this stuff up — decreed:...
LONDON — For hundreds of years, the island of Jersey has been famous for its cows, which have been bred, raised and exported worldwide. But these days, the mother's milk of its economy is something else entirely: the billions upon billions of...
Tags: Summits, Google Inc., G8, United Kingdom, European Union
Reuters(Repeats with no changes) By Kim Dixon and Kevin Drawbaugh June 16 (Reuters) - Internal Revenue Service employees in Ohio, who singled out conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status for extra scrutiny, likely did not consider the political...
BOSTON (AP) - Parking is such a precious commodity in Boston that one woman was willing to pay $560,000 for two off-street spaces near her home. Lisa Blumenthal won the spots in the city's Back Bay neighborhood during an on-site auction Thursday held in...
Tags: Boston, The Boston Globe, Politics, Taxation, Auction Service
Insight into police work Thanks to the Winter Park Police Department for all the work that went into organizing the Citizens' Police Academy that will end this week. For those of us who attended, it was a valuable experience, taught by obviously...
Happy Father's Day … In over two decades in politics, my least favorite political type was the unabashed "hot dog," that media-seeking missile who would happily sell his grandmother for a 30-second hit on the evening news. The most dangerous...
The writer of the June 9 letter, "Rejecting Medicaid funds was costly decision," is apparently unaware that all of the money trees in the federal government's orchard have died. The money contributed by the federal government to state Medicaid programs...
Q. I am part of a nonqualified defined contribution plan. If the company files for bankruptcy, is my balance secure? — P.H. A. Probably not. To get favorable tax treatment, qualified defined contribution plans, such as 401(k)s, must comply with...
Los Angeles residents are intimately familiar with jostling for limited parking spaces. But Angelenos may have nothing on Boston, where one woman just paid more than half a million dollars for two parking spots near her house. During an aunction...
Tags: Auction Service
Citizens on Flag Day Many people don't recognize June 14 as Flag Day. I didn't realize it until arriving at work and seeing it on my calendar. This reminded me of the best part of my job — the swearing in of new American citizens at the local U....
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