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  • Proposed Mission Hills development debated for 8 hours

    Proposed Mission Hills development debated for 8 hours
    The potential impact on flooding, property values and open space were among the issues that brought hundreds of people to a meeting that stretched on for eight hours about a proposed Northbrook-area housing development. The proposal, headed by...
  • Meet candidates for upcoming primary

    Meet candidates for upcoming primary
    Florida's primary is Aug. 26. The League of Women Voters of The Villages/Tri-County Area will sponsor a judicial meet and greet from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 2 at the Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. Candidates for judicial races including...
  • East Hartford Authority Close To Finalizing King Court Sale

    EAST HARTFORD — The sale of King Court, a financially troubled, moderate-income housing complex, to Goodwin College should be final by the end of the summer, officials with the East Hartford Housing Authority said. "We are in the final stages of...
  • Michael Pitt and Mike Cahill on 'I Origins'

    Michael Pitt and Mike Cahill on 'I Origins'
    Ryan Gosling and Michael Pitt co-starred as brilliant, disturbed teenagers in 2002’s “Murder by Numbers.” While Gosling went on to become, well, Gosling, Pitt’s career has been spent more frequently lurking in the shadows of...
  • Detroit bankruptcy pension cuts approved, with only half casting votes

    Detroit bankruptcy pension cuts approved, with only half casting votes
    Detroit’s current and retired city employees have overwhelmingly voted to support a path out of bankruptcy that will include cuts to their pensions, the city said. After a two month campaign both for and against the city’s bankruptcy plan,...
  • Chicago aldermen advance new firefighter contract

    Chicago aldermen advance new firefighter contract
    Chicago firefighters would get raises of 11 percent over five years under a proposed contract endorsed Tuesday by the City Council Workforce Development and Audit Committee. The deal, already endorsed by the rank-and-file firefighters and emergency...
  • Longtime Bloomfield Manager Agrees To Leave Delray Beach Post

    Louie Chapman, who spent nearly 20 years as Bloomfield's town manager, has left his job as city manager of Delray Beach, Fla., after just over a year. Chapman, who left Bloomfield in March, agreed last week to vacate the Delray Beach position after...
  • Henry Kissinger's 'World Order' is a timely warning

    Henry Kissinger's 'World Order' is a timely warning
    The wall-builders are winning. In an age in which advances in technology, communications and transportation have dramatically shrunk the distance between cultures and countries, in a nation that became a global superpower by assuming a leadership role...
  • New Republican pitch to female voters: Over-the-counter birth control

    New Republican pitch to female voters: Over-the-counter birth control
    Elections have consequences, and those consequences are most acutely felt, it seems, in closely contested elections. In at least four hot races across the nation, Republican candidates have adopted a new approach to birth control: It should be available...
  • Joe Sestak: Global effort necessary to stop terrorism's financial networks

    Joe Sestak: Global effort necessary to stop terrorism's financial networks
    In 2002, my aircraft carrier battle group was conducting retaliatory strikes against Afghanistan when I was directed to move into the Persian Gulf and begin precursor combat operations against Iraq. While meeting with the fleet commander, I told him we...
  • Stanford law professor approved for spot on California Supreme Court

     Stanford law professor approved for spot on California Supreme Court
    A state commission decided unanimously Thursday to confirm the appointment of Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar to the California Supreme Court, paving the way for Gov. Jerry Brown’s second high-court nominee this term to take the...