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  • Delray officials offer counter to city manager's proposed resignation

    Delray officials offer counter to city manager's proposed resignation
    Suspended Delray Beach City Manager Louie Chapman Jr.'s nearly $70,000 proposal to resign wasn't a good enough offer for commissioners. Late Tuesday, commissioners voted against settling their employment dispute with Chapman in light of an...
  • A new tactic to halt child abuse in Maryland

    A new tactic to halt child abuse in Maryland
    Baltimore is changing the way it handles cases of alleged child abuse and neglect — part of a broad social-services strategy that has been touted by Maryland officials but abandoned in some other states. The new approach, which is designed to...
  • South Lake plan for new homes back to drawing board after opposition surfaces

    Plans for a new neighborhood on a rural stretch of lakeside pasture in south Lake have many residents worried about preserving their environment and the rural character surrounding Sawmill Lake west of Clermont. The controversy stems from a plan to...
  • Tourism group pushes to ease travel-visa restrictions

    Tourism group pushes to ease travel-visa restrictions
    If you listen to Oren Lotringer, Central Florida could become a hotbed for Israeli tourism. It has theme parks, shopping, outdoor adventures and plenty of hotels for Israeli families looking for a taste of the U.S. — all the ingredients his...
  • Florida business groups court more internationals for tourism, labor

    Florida business groups court more internationals for tourism, labor
    Many interests in Florida want more internationals coming here and they are working hard to make that happen. The inscription on the Statue of Liberty about "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free," doesn't apply...
  • Consider filing for bankruptcy if debt repayment would take five years

    Dear Liz: I'm a 33-year-old mother who lost my full-time job during the recession in 2009. I may have my "stuff" together again, but am considering filing bankruptcy. Each month I'm spending almost half (yes half!) of my income on debt payments to...
  • Pension law needs to address state deficit and be constitutional

    It is still amazing that your editorial page can describe the Illinois state pension situation in such a distorted way as in your recent editorial. You blame “politicians whose deals with public employee unions created these unaffordable...
  • Cop fired for watching porn fights for pension

     Cop fired for watching porn fights for pension
    A former Wheaton police officer fired for watching pornography in his cruiser is fighting to receive disability pension pay. Thomas Sommerfield was terminated earlier this year after an internal investigation showed he had been watching pornography in...
  • Woman Charged In Thief While Cleaning Man's Home

    NEWINGTON -- A Middletown woman is accused of stealing $1,750 in cash while cleaning a man's Goodale Drive home, according to a police report. Rosaria Schwartz, 42, also faces child endangerment charges because her minor son was with her at the time of...
  • Winnetka police reports: Counterfeit check, bikes stolen and more

    Winnetka police reports: Counterfeit check, bikes stolen and more
    The following items were taken from Winnetka police reports. A 40-year-old resident of the 700 block of Green Bay was charged with domestic battery on June 23. A resident of the 1100 block of Hamptondale reported on June 23 that she received a...
  • Phoebus senior citizen apartments work begins

    HAMPTON — A 5-acre wooded plot at Mercury Boulevard and Woodland Road is being cleared to make room for a 132-unit senior citizen apartment complex approved by the City Council in January 2013. The $12 million project will include 88 two-bedroom...