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  • Vacant Downtown Hartford Building Could House Teachers

    Vacant Downtown Hartford Building Could House Teachers
    HARTFORD — The Capitol Center office building near Bushnell Park downtown, vacant for nearly two decades, could be converted to 60 mixed-income apartments, heavily marketed to teachers and other professionals who work in the city. New York-based...
  • SESSION 2015: Where notable issues stand as Legislature ends

    The Legislature has adjourned its 2015 session but must wait on Gov. Mark Dayton to decide what sticks. Here's a look at where many issues stand. ABORTION The Republican-led House tried to end state funding for abortions and sought higher licensing...
  • District 64 postpones action on superintendent contract extension

    District 64 postpones action on superintendent contract extension
    A proposal to extend the contract and compensation package of Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 Superintendent Laurie Heinz was deferred by the board of education on May 19. "We were not done deliberating," said School Board president Anthony...
  • Fired Charlie Weis still highest paid Notre Dame coach on payroll

    Fired Charlie Weis still highest paid Notre Dame coach on payroll
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Charlie Weis remained the highest paid coach on Notre Dame's payroll despite being fired by the university following the 2009 season, earning nearly twice as much as Brian Kelly, the man who replaced him as football coach. The...
  • Zero Point adding more workers with new Virginia Beach headquarters

    Zero Point adding more workers with new Virginia Beach headquarters
    Zero Point Inc. is expanding in a new 15,000-square-foot headquarters building in Virginia Beach with plans to hire 89 workers over the next five years, the city says. The firm has had its headquarters at 1763 Princess Anne Road since 2006 before moving...
  • How would L.A.'s minimum wage law compare with other big cities?

    How would L.A.'s minimum wage law compare with other big cities?
    The Los Angeles City Council is considering a plan to increase the city's hourly minimum wage to $15 by 2020. Doing so would put Los Angeles in the same company as cities such as San Francisco and Seattle, which have already adopted new minimum wage laws....
  • What the Supreme Court 401(k) ruling means for you

    What the Supreme Court 401(k) ruling means for you
    The U.S. Supreme Court broadened protections of workers' retirements with an important decision that increased the responsibilities of the overseers of corporate 401(k)s,  particularly regarding fees charged by mutual fund companies.  The court opened the...
  • Wolf administration takes shot at Senate GOP pension bill

    Gov. Tom Wolf's administration fired a new volley Monday against a Senate Republican bill to overhaul benefits in Pennsylvania's two big public employee pension systems, saying that they voted to line their own pockets. A Senate Republican spokeswoman...
  • Miami Dolphins sign Ryan Tannehill to $96 million contract extension

    Miami Dolphins sign Ryan Tannehill to $96 million contract extension
    The Dolphins became the first team to dole out the big dollars to a quarterback taken in the 2012 NFL draft. Ryan Tannehill beat his peers — Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III and Nick Foles — to a long-term extension, signing...
  • Rep. Hastings: Members of Congress need a pay raise

    WASHINGTON Rep. Alcee L. Hastings made the politically tone-deaf case for raising salaries for members of Congress on Monday, pointing to the high cost of living in the District of Columbia. "Members deserve to be paid, staff deserves to be paid and...
  • Eagles roster battles just starting to take shape

    Eagles roster battles just starting to take shape
    PHILADELPHIA — DeMeco Ryans or Mychal Kendricks at inside linebacker? Eric Rowe or Nolan Carroll at cornerback? Randall Evans or Earl Wolff at safety? Matt Barkley or (gulp!) Tim Tebow at third-team quarterback? These are just some of the many...