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  • District 214 low-income kids to pay five times more for lunch

    District 214 low-income kids to pay five times more for lunch
    A group of low-income students will now pay five times more for school lunch this year, following one Northwest suburban school district's decision to quit a federal food program over the nutrition guidelines. Arlington Heights-based Township High...
  • Tom Wolf TV ad slammed by PA manufacturing trade group

    Tom Wolf TV ad slammed by PA manufacturing trade group
    Tom Wolf, the Democratic candidate for governor, released a television ad touting Pennsylvania’s manufacturing industry as a gateway to middle-class jobs. In the ad, Wolf walks through a plant, heaping praise on the company and its employees. If...
  • The mystery of the missing Social Security data

    Retirement expert Alicia Munnell of Boston College has brought a simmering Social Security mystery out into the open: Why were key figures about the program's benefits for retirees deleted from the latest trustees' report?   Munnell's conclusion, as set...
  • Consumer spending high in Maryland, but so is income

    Consumer spending high in Maryland, but so is income
    Maryland might be a relatively pricey place to live, but the average resident can afford it — and then some. That's what a first-ever breakdown of consumer spending by state suggests. Per-person spending on goods and services for Maryland...
  • West Hollywood commission votes against 'poor door' housing development

    West Hollywood commission votes against 'poor door' housing development
    A controversial West Hollywood housing development that had called for separate amenities for low-income residents -- including a pool they could not access -- has failed to gain the approval of the city’s Planning Commission. The proposed project...
  • How will Washington respond to Paul Ryan's poverty plan?

    How will Washington respond to Paul Ryan's poverty plan?
    Yes, we Americans, our members of Congress and our presidents care intensely about the plight of our fellow citizens who live in poverty. Until a little time passes, at which point ... we all move on. All of us, that is, except the millions of people...
  • Foley And McKinney Face Off In Bracing Exchange On Taxes And Jobs

    Foley And McKinney Face Off In Bracing Exchange On Taxes And Jobs
    LEBANON — As in the best of horse races, the Republican candidates for governor raced to the wire Sunday as they greeted as many voters as possible in the final hours before Tuesday's primary. Both Greenwich business executive Tom Foley and Senate...
  • Lower Jefferson historic building makeovers nearly complete

    Lower Jefferson historic building makeovers nearly complete
    NEWPORT NEWS Three historic buildings on lower Jefferson Avenue are getting a second life as apartment buildings, as the city continues its effort to revitalize the area. The former Mesic Hardware store on Jefferson Avenue, a school built in 1899 and...
  • Downtown Jefferson Avenue in Newport News gets makeover with goal of revitalization

    Downtown Jefferson Avenue in Newport News gets makeover with goal of revitalization
    Three historic buildings on lower Jefferson Avenue are getting a second life as apartment buildings, as the city continues its effort to revitalize the area. The former Mesic Hardware store on Jefferson Avenue, a school built in 1899 and the 100-year-...
  • Jobs coming back post-recession, but with much lower pay, study says

    Jobs coming back post-recession, but with much lower pay, study says
    The U.S. has regained the 8.7 million jobs lost in the recession, but the average wage has dropped 23 percent, according to a U.S. Conference of Mayors study released today. The report, “U.S. Metro Economies: Income and Wage Gaps Across the U.S.,&...
  • July's job growth strong but below expectations

    July's job growth strong but below expectations
    The labor market extended its best streak since the late 1990s, posting solid job growth last month that lured more people back into the workforce. The 209,000 net new jobs were below analyst expectations and a sharp falloff from June's robust 298,000...