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email@example.comWashington County has opened a Public Relations and Community Affairs department with a staff of three. The department, working out of offices at 120 W. Washington St. next to the County Administration Building, began operating Feb. 28. The staff will...
We recall, perhaps even with some perverse fondness, the Iraqi Minister of Information, whose job before the regime was toppled was to tell one and all how well the war was going. And those with a longer memory will recall the administration of the...
The Baltimore SunAllegations that a cabal of Black Guerrilla Family gang members effectively took over the Baltimore City Detention Center have prompted a rare out-of-session legislative hearing on the state's prison system. The House Judiciary Committee scheduled a May...
Top officials in Mayor Richard M. Daley's administration were warned six years ago about preferential treatment in Chicago's red-light camera contract, a deal now embroiled in a federal corruption investigation of an alleged $2 million bribery scheme at...
Vernon Hills Police Chief Mark Fleischauer will try to cement deals with the communities of Lincolnshire and Riverwoods to provide their emergency fire and police dispatch services, a move that will help the village save money. He was given the go-ahead...
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In general, presidents should appoint whomever they want to serve in their cabinets. But that doesn't mean that re-elected President Barack Obama will — or even should — appoint U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to replace the soon-departing...
The Hartford CourantFederal law enforcement agents visited the Legislative Office Building in October to examine the illegal intersection of legislating and campaign fundraising. What a dispiriting tale continues to unfold at the heart of state government. In mid October,...
British police and army agents aided in the assassination of a Belfast attorney in front of his wife and three children more than two decades ago, but there was no “overarching state conspiracy” to kill him, say the findings of an...
Glendale officials have again postponed discussion of restricting smoking in individual apartment units, citing the need to further vet the proposals and respond to public inquiries, a city spokesman said. The City Council had been scheduled to review...
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Downers Grove retiree Robert Govenat was on the computer every day, watching prices of his stocks go down. It was November 2007, and a bear market was threatening. "He was about to have a nervous breakdown or a heart attack," recalls his wife, Jan, a...
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CNNLONDON - our current and former employees of Britain's Sun newspaper were arrested by authorities investigating claims of inappropriate payments to police, News Corp. and police said Saturday. Police searched the men's homes as well as the East London...
The embarrassing and unfortunate financial failure of the Baltimore Grand Prix was caused by a pervasive culture of secrecy and privilege within City Hall and at Baltimore Racing Development. Had more facts been available to the press and the public,...
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