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email@example.comClarence Witmer Jr. of Greencastle, Pa., will fly from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Oklahoma City this week. The new rule allowing pocket knives in carry-on luggage on commercial flights will not yet have gone into effect, but the...
Editorial unfairly characterized Paul Miller To the editor: I was dismayed to read The Herald-Mail’s negative portrayal of Paul Miller, the former director of the Humane Society of Washington County, in a Feb. 14 editorial. I’ve known him...
Spending in the hotly contested two-year race for Los Angeles mayor exceeded $33 million on Saturday, breaking previous records as unlimited outside money continued to play a dominant role in Tuesday's contest. Candidate super PACs and so-called...
The pickup truck tooled around Highland Park on Saturday morning, loudspeakers in back crooning in Spanish: "Wendy, la Wendy. We're gonna vote. $15 an hour we'll make. Wendy, la Wendy, we're gonna dance. Eric Garcetti start crying." A political mailer...
Tags: Politics, Wendy Greuel, Elections, Unions, Eric Garcetti
John Brinson and his friends have every right to gloat over the symbolic victory recently announced in a federal appeals court with regards to the National Labor Relations Board and what it can and can't do at businesses. What gets this lifetime union...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- The union that represents the 15 or so public employees who work at Potawatomi Zoo gave its tentative support Thursday to a proposal by the Zoological Society to take over the management and operation of the zoo, the state's oldest. "I'll...
Tags: Employees, Career and Workplace
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Concerned about accreditation and private support, the Potawatomi Zoological Society is proposing that it take over the management and operation of Potawatomi Zoo, the state's oldest zoo, from the city Parks Department. The society has...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERA 35-year-old Windber Borough man who ran over a Paint Township police officer with his all-terrain vehicle was sentenced Wednesday to six to 23 months in Somerset County Jail followed by two years of supervised probation for two counts of recklessly...
On the fourth floor of a vacant wing of St. Vincent Medical Center near downtown Los Angeles, some 150 crew members crowded the hallways, joining actors Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson as they prepared to film a scene for "Captain America: The Winter...
Strict limits on campaign contributions imposed by voters nearly three decades ago are crumbling in the Los Angeles mayor's race, with big donors using loosely regulated "super PACs" to help candidates like never before in a citywide election, a Times...
First, the good news: The Twinkie will be back on store shelves by summer. The bad news is that Hostess' old unions — not content to have killed an American icon that employed 18,000 people, including those located at its multiple factories in...
>> 50 Years Ago — EL CENTRO — Work on the $3 million Valley Plaza Shopping Center will begin Monday. M.W. Agnew Construction Co. of El Centro will start clearing the brush and other obstructions from the land on Monday under a contract...
Tags: Employees, Career and Workplace
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