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White Sox restaurant, Bacardi at the Park, is paid for with millions of public funding without return on investmentWith the White Sox losing more than they won last season, a new restaurant across the street from U.S. Cellular Field gave fans a place where they could drink away their sorrows. But Bacardi at the Park was not brought to the north side of 35th Street by...
On January 1, 2012, more than 200 new laws, covering everything from local library boards to murder, will go into effect. Chicago Tribune political reporter Rick Pearson says some that might impact you the most include: - Toll hike - Electronics...
Social Services needs better monitoring To Gov. Steve Beshear: With all the talk of cutting expenses, perhaps it’s time to look at Kentucky’s Social Services and how this agency spends our money. Here’s a case in point, and no doubt,...
The Aberdeen City Council will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the courtroom on the third floor of the Municipal Building, 123 S. Lincoln St. Agenda items include: Open forum from 5:30 to 5:40 p.m.: Discussion of water compliance letter,...
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The state’s two largest private insurers – State Farm Florida and Universal Property & Casualty – are in poor financial shape, according to Weiss Ratings, a firm that evaluates the financial health of companies. The companies were among...
In his first State of the City address, Burbank Mayor Jess Talamantes on Wednesday gave an upbeat, optimistic assessment of the city’s economic standing, saying that the city has weathered the economic storm. Speaking to large crowd at the Marriott...
The city-owned Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel performed better in its second full year of operation than in its first, but officials warned that the slow economic recovery means several more years could pass before it turns a profit. In terms...
Thirty-two area nonprofits have lost their tax-exempt status, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The agency last week released a list of 2,200 Orange County nonprofits, including 31 in Laguna Beach and one in Emerald Bay, that have...
L.A. NOWThe number of times the nation’s beaches were closed because of polluted water jumped last year to its second-highest level in 20 years, in part because of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and heavy rains that washed toxic metals,......
TribLocal - Grayslake » NewsThe village of Grayslake under-spent its budget and came out with a revenue surplus, according to the village’s 2010-11 Annual Report. Posted each year on …...
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsWith Palm Beach County budget cuts looming, Clerk & Comptroller Sharon Bock has produced a financial report that that offers a closer look at how officials spend taxpayers??? money. The clerk???s online report, entitled "Checks & Balances: Your Guide to.....
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