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  • Mayoral and city commission candidates engage in civil, polite debate

    Mayoral and city commission candidates engage in civil, polite debate
    As the candidates for Winter Park mayor and City Commission Seat One met to discuss the issues on Friday, one thing that was clear is both races attracted candidates with plenty of experience serving the city or region. Mayoral candidate Steve Leary...
  • Hozza: Allentown Mayor Pawlowski trying to take over Whitehall

    Hozza: Allentown Mayor Pawlowski trying to take over Whitehall
    It's a battle of the Eds and Route 22 is in the trenches. On Thursday, Whitehall Township Mayor Ed Hozza Jr. announced that he'll seek a third term in office, calling this year a critical election. Why? Because Hozza believes Whitehall Township is...
  • Rubio `book tour' takes him to early primary states

    Rubio `book tour' takes him to early primary states
    WASHINGTON — While hawking his new book, Sen. Marco Rubio plunges into a tour of early caucus and primary states starting on Friday, the latest sign that Florida's Republican rising star intends to run for president. Rubio's politically inspired...
  • Rand Paul in Orlando, Rubio in Iowa, Jeb and mom in Florida

    A few political tidbits heading into the weekend ... * Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio may be the two Floridians making all the noise in race for the White House. But another potential contender, Rand Paul, is coming to Orlando tonight to court Florida...
  • Western Springs garage owner an institution in town

    Western Springs garage owner an institution in town
    There are iconic figures where only their first name is needed. Las Vegas has Celine. Cleveland has LeBron. Chicago has Rahm. Western Springs has Wally. The longtime owner of Wally's Garage, Wally Kloog is a renaissance man. Go into his auto repair shop...
  • Mayoral candidate William "Dock" Walls didn't intend to run. So why did he enter the race?

    Mayoral candidate William "Dock" Walls didn't intend to run. So why did he enter the race?
    Often referred to as the perennial candidate, William "Dock" Walls actually wasn't going to enter Chicago's mayoral race this time around. Until late summer, Walls – who's run and lost bids for mayor, city clerk and congress – was looking...
  • Political Landscape: A liberal walked into a conservative's bar ...

    Dan Chmielewski sat alone, glass of red wine in hand, around 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Skosh Monahan's, awaiting the other invited guests. The Irvine resident, public relations man and self-identified liberal was, by his own estimation, in "enemy territory."...
  • Lake politicians say state ethics law violates their free speech rights

    A 2012 Indiana law that bans elected officials from working for the cities and counties they represent takes aim at improving ethics in local government. But now six elected officials and one political candidate in Lake County argue the law goes too...
  • Eatonville must figure out future

    Eatonville must figure out future
    It's been said that Zora Neale Hurston rescued Eatonville from ruin. Back in the 1980s, Orange County wanted to turn Kennedy Boulevard into a five-lane highway. The town's main drag would have lost its Old Florida feel forever had people there not...
  • Philadelphia will host 2016 Democratic National Convention

    The Democratic National Committee on Thursday selected Philadelphia as the site of the party's 2016 national convention, citing the city's experience in hosting large-scale events.  Philadelphia, renowned for attractions such as Independence Hall and...
  • Conservatives face bad-faith question of faith

    At an event in London on trade policy, Scott Walker was asked about evolution. "It's almost a tradition now," the moderator said, to ask "senior Republicans" if they are "comfortable with the idea of evolution." "I'm going to punt on that one as well,"...