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  • Spending priorities, debt plan urged for Palm Beach County budget

     
    Better debt planning and setting spending priorities are among the recommendations in Palm Beach County???s annual fiscal report card from Clerk & Comptroller Sharon Bock. Bock, the keeper of the county checkbook, on Tuesday made her sixth "State of the.....
  • Cars.com News Brief: March 16, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: Ford and its financial backers have agreed to extend a large line of credit to the carmaker, now until 2015, according to Bloomberg News. The $9.3 billion revolving line of credit will......
  • Cars.com News Brief: March 19, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: Auto manufacturing output in the Midwest increased 17.5% year over year in January, according to the Chicago Fed Midwest Manufacturing Index. Total national automotive output increased 12.1% for the month as compared....
  • Cars.com News Briefs: March 27, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: The House Science Committee is investigating the Obama Administration's support for electric vehicles, specifically whether administration officials still believe the U.S. can have 1 million plug-in vehicles by 2015,...
  • Deciphering the proposed constitutional amendments

     
    After picking candidates, voters in Tuesday???s election will be confronted with proposed amendments to the state Constitution. They???re on critical issues: reforming the way legislative districts are drawn, changing the system governing land use plans,...
  • Ethics Commission calls for fixing Palm Beach County's Ethics Code loophole

     
    Palm Beach County???s Ethics Commission has endorsed closing a loophole in new anti-corruption rules that threatens to leave some misuse of power unpunished. The new county ethics code that took effect May 1 requires conflicts of interest or other misuse....
  • Toyotathon Adds $500 Debit Card to Incentives

     
    If last week???s report on Toyota???s generous lease and financing deals didn???t entice you enough, maybe this will be the icing on the cake: Toyota is giving away $500 prepaid Visa gift cards to folks who buy or lease a......
  • Palm Beach County congressmen split over proposed spending cuts

     
    To U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, the spending cuts put forward Tuesday afternoon in Congress are meaningless public relations. To U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Tequesta, they're an important step forward. Here are their dueling statements -- in the order....
  • Superintendent to release next year's proposed school budget

     
    Superintendent Ben Kiser will release his proposed budget for the 2011-12 school year Tuesday night at the Gloucester County School Board meeting. It should make for a lively school budget discussion this year after the Board of Supervisors granted...
  • Bay Aging delivers in Gloucester in fiscal year 2010

     
    Jean Duggan, senior vice president of development for Bay Aging, delivered a report to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday night with some startling statistics. Duggan reported on Bay Aging's activities for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30 and for many......
  • Woodard's trip to D.C. sets taxpayers back $1,617.77

     
    Supervisor Gregory Woodard's trip to the National Association of Counties Legislative Conference cost Gloucester taxpayers $1,617.77, according to documents provided by the county under a Daily Press public records request. Woodard attended the conference...