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  • Scott urges lawmakers to keep tuition costs low

    Scott urges lawmakers to keep tuition costs low
    TALLAHASSEE - Gov. Rick Scott, flanked by dozens of college students, called on legislators Wednesday to approve his proposals to “hold the line” on tuition costs for both undergraduate and graduate courses. “A great education that you...
  • Full tuition scholarship to WVU offered to a Freddy Awards participant

    West Virginia University School of Theatre and Dance has announced a new scholarship opportunity for Freddy Awards participants. One student will be chosen to receive full tuition for up to 4 years the school, starting with the 2016-17 school year....
  • Pi Day scholarships a memorial to Tinley Park woman

    Pi Day scholarships a memorial to Tinley Park woman
    For years before her recent death from complications from treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma, Lee Ann Murray had been looking forward to celebrating Pi Day on Saturday. The 24-year-old Tinley Park native was fascinated with pi, which is an infinite number...
  • 5 financial facts of divorce

    If you're in the process of getting a divorce, money issues are likely to be a key point of discussion. Whether you're the spouse of a billionaire or part of a working class couple trying to divide up the bills, money is contentious. (That's the central...
  • Millennials making their mark on Pennsylvania

    This year, the millennial generation will eclipse the boomers as the nation's largest living generation, totaling 75.3 million, according to U.S. Census data. They are that broad group born between 1981 and 1997, making them between the ages of 18 and...
  • Little Village student named Chicago's Youth of the Year

    Little Village student named Chicago's Youth of the Year
    Laura Ambriz, who spent her early years in a sleepy town of 200 people in Michoacan, Mexico, never thought she would make it through high school. She didn't see much of a future for herself outside of the small restaurant kitchen where her parents...
  • Four seek two seats on Waubonsee college board

    Four seek two seats on Waubonsee college board
    Four candidates are seeking two six-year terms on the Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees in Tuesday's election. Incumbent Rebecca Oliver, 60, of Sugar Grove, has served on the board the last 18 years. She is a managing broker at the...
  • Entrepreneurial grant's positive effects will not be immediate, leaders say

    Entrepreneurial grant's positive effects will not be immediate, leaders say
      A federal $250,000 grant on its way to Orlando turned heads this week but officials with the group that received it say the big pay off comes later. Cari Coats, director of Rollins College’s entrepreneurial program, said the money will help...
  • Vernon edition community news: Vernon, Tolland, Ellington

    Johnson Memorial Medical Staff Scholarship STAFFORD SPRINGS - Johnson Memorial Medical Center (JMMC), the parent company of Johnson Memorial Hospital (JMH), is accepting scholarship applications for its Medical Staff Scholarship Program. Applications can...
  • Naperville council OKs $2.1 million SECA plan

    Naperville council OKs $2.1 million SECA plan
    Naperville officials this week agreed to add two new long-term commitments to the local grant program that uses restaurant and bar tax receipts to fund events and programs in the city. The yearly City Council workshop focused on the $2 million Special...
  • Wandering Eye: On Kendrick Lamar's new video, Dan Deacon weighs in on the Orioles, and more

    Wandering Eye: On Kendrick Lamar's new video, Dan Deacon weighs in on the Orioles, and more
    We've been thinking a lot more about video on our mobile site this week, mostly because it's something that the website can finally handle after many readers rightfully complained that the clip of Bill Cosby being heckled was unavailable on the mobile...