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  • Moravian College confers degrees

    Moravian College confers degrees
    Moravian College held commencement exercises at 10 a.m. May 10, in the outdoor quadrangle behind the Haupert Union Building on the Main Street Campus. T Moravian College President Bryon L. Grigsby '90 conferred degrees to approximately 397 bachelor...
  • Baltimore dock union facing takeover amid contract talks

    Baltimore dock union facing takeover amid contract talks
    After an investigation that revealed missing money and questionable financial practices, officials of a national longshoremen's union are considering seizing control of a Baltimore chapter — a move that could complicate contract negotiations at...
  • Ex-McHenry County board member nominated for Metra spot

    Ex-McHenry County board member nominated for Metra spot
    Nominated to the board of Metra, former McHenry County board member Marc Munaretto has promised to push for infrastructure improvements. County board chairman Tina Hill appointed Munaretto over 11 other applicants, and the nomination will go before the...
  • More bumbling at the VA

    The growing veterans health care scandal continues to dominate the headlines, with a preliminary report Wednesday confirming that veterans faced significant delays getting care at a veterans hospital in Phoenix. But that's not the only problem within the...
  • New city liquor board executive named

    New city liquor board executive named
    Baltimore's liquor board commissioners said Wednesday they've hired an experienced administrator to run the troubled agency. Michelle Bailey-Hedgepeth, the town administrator of Capitol Heights in Prince George's County, will become the first woman to...
  • DWP union wins delay on court order to reveal nonprofits' spending

    DWP union wins delay on court order to reveal nonprofits' spending
    Brian D'Arcy, head of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's largest union, has won a last-minute reprieve from a court-ordered deadline to show how a pair of controversial DWP nonprofit trusts spent more than $40 million in ratepayer money....
  • New Britain's Behind-The-Scenes Struggle Over $4.4 Million

    NEW BRITAIN — A perplexing dispute over accounting practices at city hall is likely to result in a major hit to either the municipal budget or the school system. At issue is $4.4 million: School board President Sharon Beloin-Saavedra maintains the...
  • Quinn taking it on chin in audit hearing over troubled grant program

    Quinn taking it on chin in audit hearing over troubled grant program
    SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn’s troubled $55 million anti-violence grant program faced renewed criticism by lawmakers on Wednesday who spent hours largely rehashing a scathing audit as they seek more detail on how and why it was put in place....
  • Supervisors debate COIN-like ordinance

    Orange County supervisors on Tuesday debated implementing an ordinance aimed at increasing transparency in labor negotiations, but voted unanimously to put off a decision until next month. Supervisor John Moorlach proposed the measure, which was modeled...
  • DWP union wins court delay in release of nonprofit spending records

    DWP union wins court delay in release of nonprofit spending records
    Brian D'Arcy, head of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's largest union, won a last minute reprieve from a Tuesday deadline to show how a pair of controversial DWP nonprofit trusts spent more than $40 million in ratepayer money. Late last...
  • Report finds 'failure' in Social Security discrimination complaint process

    Report finds 'failure' in Social Security discrimination complaint process
    The Social Security Administration has failed to establish an adequate process for handling discrimination claims from employees and has sparked concerns about conflicts of interest in some of those cases, according to a scathing federal report obtained...