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  • PA Gov. Tom Wolf goes to prison to tout preschool funding

    PA Gov. Tom Wolf goes to prison to tout preschool funding
    HARRISBURG — Since he introduced his $33.8 billion budget nearly three months ago, Gov. Tom Wolf has toured the state, visiting schools to press his plans to spend heavily on education. On Tuesday, Wolf continued that publicity tour at a different venue — a prison.
  • More than 2,100 graduate from Neuqua, Waubonsie and Metea

     More than 2,100 graduate from Neuqua, Waubonsie and Metea
    More than 2,100 seniors headed to DeKalb Sunday and returned home as District 204 alumni following three commencement ceremonies at Northern Illinois University Convocation Center. On May 24, Neuqua Valley High School kicked off the festivities at 10 a.m....

    State report says Illinois college chiefs enjoy lavish perks

    A report from Illinois lawmakers has found that state university and community college presidents have enjoyed lavish perks, some worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, that aren't always disclosed to taxpayers. According to a copy of the report...

    Report: Illinois college chiefs living in 'fantasy world of lavish perks'

    Report: Illinois college chiefs living in 'fantasy world of lavish perks'
    Illinois community college and university presidents are enjoying a "fantasy world of lavish perks" — including housing allowances, cars, club memberships and generous bonuses — as part of sometimes secret deals that show disregard for...

    EXCHANGE: Harvard nurse honored for helping migrant workers

    The first treatment that Elizabeth Rios administered at the Harvard Area Community Health Center didn't come in a bottle, but in a sentence. Rios, a family nurse practitioner, discovered when she talked to her patients, many of them migrant workers who...