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State employees would get a raise of at least $1,000 under a deal struck Saturday by House and Senate negotiators, as the final pieces of the state budget fell into place. Under the plan agreed to by Senate Appropriations Chairman Joe Negron, R-Stuart,...
Just 24 hours after he was re-elected April 9, and less than a half-hour after Park Ridge aldermen unanimously approved the city's new $61.5 million budget, Mayor David Schmidt vowed to once again wield his veto pen. Five days later, Schmidt carried out...
As federal agencies pull back on spending, 7Delta's strategy is thinking big. The Columbia information technology firm, which grew by focusing on work for one federal agency, is going after larger contracts and broadening its reach. It's a...
Farming advocates are pressing Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski to reverse a little-noticed measure approved by Congress last month that rescinded tough new rules on the poultry industry — a move that has strained the already rocky relationship between mom-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Following a ruling by the state attorney general, the city of Lancaster was forced to turn over recordings from a January executive session where council members discussed the water contract between the city and the Garrard County...
email@example.comLANCASTER — In a Feb. 21 ruling, the Kentucky Attorney General determined that Lancaster City Council violated the Open Meetings Act by entering into an executive session during its Jan. 14 meeting. The ruling came as a result of a written...
When a young Ukrainian billionaire acquired the North Carolina operations of chicken processor Townsends out of bankruptcy in early 2011, the deal seemed to symbolize the increasing globalization of our food supply. Oleg Bakhmatyuk, the majority owner...
The Highland Park City Council has approved the appointment of teacher and transportation commissioner Sally Higginson to serve out the term of a councilman elected to the Lake County Board. Mayor Nancy Rotering appointed Higginson to fill the vacancy...
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Catonsville-based Alpha Omega Technologies performs work for one federal agency, and it wants more contracts — a daunting goal for a small company in a time of tight budgets. But the head of the 25-person software firm thinks he has a leg up after...
A bipartisan plan to avoid federal spending reductions and tax increases that would hit Maryland especially hard won final approval Tuesday night in the House of Representatives even as outside groups warned that the bill would simply delay difficult...
The city of Baltimore is likely wasting tens of thousands of dollars a month on "phantom" phone lines that are never used, the city's new information technology director said Thursday. Chris Tonjes, who heads the Mayor's Office of Information Technology,...
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