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  • Philadelphia Archdiocese selling old Lehigh Valley seminary for $5.5 million

    Philadelphia Archdiocese selling old Lehigh Valley seminary for $5.5 million
    The Archdiocese of Philadelphia on Thursday said it will sell the 454-acre Mary Immaculate Center in Lehigh Township for $5.5 million. The former seminary and retreat center on Cherryville Road has been closed since 2009. The buyer, David T. Davis, is...
  • Brown proposes balancing Northampton County budget with line of credit

    Brown proposes balancing Northampton County budget with line of credit
    Northampton County Executive John Brown plans to balance the 2015 budget with a $20.1 million line of credit, an unexpected twist that allows the county to avoid raising taxes or tapping into dwindling reserves. Brown, in his first budget address since...
  • School district to continue deficit spending

    Glendale Unified spent more than $10 million they didn't have during the last fiscal year in an ongoing trend of deficit spending that will continue, although at a lesser amount, this year. School officials estimate, though, that this figure will drop...
  • Editorial: The lie that 'We'd do anything for our children ...'

    Editorial: The lie that 'We'd do anything for our children ...'
    Suppose you have a child, or you have a grandchild, or you know and love somebody else's child. Pour everything you have, every virtue you know, into that little punkin'. Because if you do endear yourself as a pleasant memory, maybe little Jason or...
  • New survey: Public likes carbon taxes, with caveats

    New survey: Public likes carbon taxes, with caveats
    Despite their hostility to new taxes that they might have to pay themselves, a sizable majority of Americans can support a tax on carbon if it's structured the right way, according to a survey released Monday by the University of Michigan's Center for...
  • Orange, Seminole schools approve 2014-15 budgets

    Orange, Seminole schools approve 2014-15 budgets
    Orange schools adopted a 2014-15 budget Tuesday that includes a new pre-kindergarten center, teacher training and several new initiatives funded by increasing revenues. But the extra cash could be short-lived. The budget includes the final year of...
  • Boys' Water Polo: Sailors' rally falls short

    LONG BEACH — "Anchors Aweigh" is intended to be more a fight song than a coaching point. But for the second time in as many games this season, the Newport Harbor High boys' water polo team shoved off almost as if it were tethered to the bottom....
  • McKinney: Will Lead State Back To Prosperity

    For the last four years, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy enjoyed every opportunity for success. He has veto-proof legislative majorities at home and a federal delegation made up entirely of Democrats. In Washington, our governor's party controls the Senate and he...
  • Q Poll: GOP's Tom Foley Ahead Of Malloy By 6 Points

    Q Poll: GOP's Tom Foley Ahead Of Malloy By 6 Points
    HARTFORD — Republican Tom Foley leads Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy by 6 percentage points among likely voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday morning. Voters say they believe that Foley, a businessman from...
  • Arlotto's capital budget plan keeps county school projects on track

    Arlotto's capital budget plan keeps county school projects on track
    George Arlotto this week became the third Anne Arundel County superintendent in as many years submitting a capital budget proposal — but he said working within the school system for 10 years helped him hammer out the $163.4 million request. "Not a...
  • Foley-Somers Launch "No New Taxes" Petition

    Republican candidates Tom Foley and Heather Somers on Tuesday launched an online "No New Taxes Petition" aimed at highlighting Gov. Malloy's 2011 tax hikes, which were the largest in state history. The Republicans have made the economy a central issue...