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  • Protecting children: The banality of bureaucracy

    Protecting children: The banality of bureaucracy
    The key lines in the final report of the Los Angeles County Blue Ribbon Commission on Child Protection, which was released late Friday and comes before the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, may be two sentences that don't use the words "foster care,"...
  • China's planned urban growth bodes ill for environment

    Premier Li Keqiang wants to wean the Chinese economy off its dependence on export trade in cheap electronics, clothes, toys and tchotchkes of all variety. Let the Chinese people consume instead, he says, and let them consume products and services of...
  • Feds create unit to combat Chicago violence

    Feds create unit to combat Chicago violence
    When U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon took his post six months ago amid pressure to curtail Chicago‘s relentless street violence, he was clear that federal authorities were not going to be able to swoop in and make arrests that would suddenly solve...
  • Why we endorse

    In two weeks, voters across Hampton Roads will head to their polling stations for municipal elections in the communities of Newport News, Hampton, Smithfield and Williamsburg. In advance of those decisions, the Daily Press Editorial Board will this week...
  • Film Czar Ken Ziffren to Be Honored By L.A. Zoo Association at Beastly Ball

    The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association's Beastly Ball will honor L.A.'s new film czar, Ken Ziffren, with this year's Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award. Ziffren, an entertainment attorney, will receive the award June 14 at the 44th annual Beastly Ball at...
  • Free festival will offer ways to stay healthy and in shape

    City of Clermont will present FitnessPalooza, a health and fitness festival, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Waterfront Park, 330 Third St., on Lake Minneola in Clermont. The free event will include sports demonstrations and opportunities to try out...
  • U.S. Energy Secretary Makes Hartford Stop To Press Regional Gas Issue

    HARTFORD — U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz chose New England as the first stop in his national review of energy issues, visiting Hartford on Monday to highlight how gas and electricity constraints are resulting in higher bills throughout the...
  • Illinois' spreading forests build state's economy

     Illinois' spreading forests build state's economy
    — On a remote patch of Livingston County, Jim and Dixie Vogel's 266-acre Hidden Ranch offers a glimpse of a sleeping giant in Illinois' economy. The Vogels are farmers in the Prairie State, where 75 percent of the land is devoted to agricultural...
  • Dolphins add pair to executive level positions

    ┬áDAVIE – The Dolphins announced two executive-level hires Tuesday, adding Dan Casperson to oversee the organization’s human resources department and Joe Cicini to oversee security at both the team facility in Davie and Sun Life Stadium....
  • READER SUBMITTED: MxCC Meriden Center Hosts First e-Cycling Event On May 3

    Not sure what to do with your old and unwanted electronics? Middlesex Community College has a free solution on how to dispose of these ancient artifacts, without filling landfills. Just bring your unwanted electronics to the Meriden Center on Saturday,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut Water To Start Water Main Projects On Route 1 In Clinton

    Connecticut Water announced that work will begin this month on water main projects along two sections of Route 1 in Clinton. The projects will improve system reliability, enhance water quality, and increase the flow water available for fire protection....