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  • District 203 cuts could make way for tech

    Naperville District 203 will look at how it can reduce spending and still remain committed to the district plans to close achievement gaps and put computer devices into the hands of all District 203 students. On Monday, district Chief Financial Officer...
  • Cruz takes in 'impressive' fundraising haul

    WASHINGTON It's been a good few weeks for Sen. Ted Cruz in the presidential stakes that matter now the money primary. The Texas Republican's campaign on Wednesday reported $4.3 million in contributions for the first quarter, far exceeding its goal of...
  • Gary food service workers jittery over jobs

    Gary food service workers jittery over jobs
    — Food service workers for the Gary Community School Corp. are worried the cash-strapped district will outsource their jobs to save money. Wearing bright purple Service Employees International Union T-shirts, several members of Local 73 sat in the...
  • Gloucester approves $59.3 million budget

    GLOUCESTER – The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors approved a spending plan for fiscal year 2016 that offers a new tax rate, includes no increase in funding for schools, and eliminates the county's boat tax. The $59.3 million general fund...
  • School referendums highlight four primary ballots

    School referendums highlight four primary ballots
    What is the worth of our local schools to taxpayers in each community? On May 5, we will find out through referendums for four Northwest Indiana school districts – River Forest, Valparaiso, Hanover Central and Gary. Those districts are hoping to...
  • Spanish official slams Greece, says time 'running out'

    Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos criticized Greece's left-wing government for its "not very coherent" approach to negotiations over its finances and economy. "We have wasted very precious time over the last three or four weeks," de Guindos said...
  • Hinsdale District 86, local governments hope to recoup some IMET losses

    Local government bodies who had funds invested in the Oak Brook-based Illinois Metropolitan Investment Fund are confident they will get some of their lost money back, but several have decided to move investment funds elsewhere. The fund, which invests...
  • Lake Station candidates say ethics, infrastructure repairs needed

    Lake Station candidates say ethics, infrastructure repairs needed
    Democratic candidates for the Lake Station mayor are focusing on the decay in the city - abandoned houses, sewers that are falling apart and more. But they aren't ignoring the public corruption charges current Mayor Keith Soderquist is facing, as he...
  • $25 billion Colorado budget heads to governor's desk

    A $25 billion Colorado budget with taxpayer refunds and more funding for education is headed to the governor's desk after state lawmakers gave final approval to the spending plan Friday. "No one pretends that this year's budget was perfect. But it was...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ After Alps crash, some experts ponder flights without pilots To improve airline safety, maybe we need to remove the pilots. That radical idea is decades away, if it ever becomes a reality. But following the intentional crashing of Germanwings...
  • Gov. Scott compares Obama administration to Sopranos

    Gov. Rick Scott is comparing the Obama administration to the Sopranos and accusing the president of not caring for low-income families, even as the Republican governor refuses to expand Medicaid insurance to more than 800,000 low-income families....