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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Gov.-elect Hogan should prioritize redistricting

    Gov.-elect Hogan should prioritize redistricting
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan will soon take office facing a number of daunting challenges: soaring deficits, runaway spending, excessive taxes and a business climate unfavorable to job retention and growth. The new governor's dance card is certainly crowded....
  • Where the old boys are: Life expectancy rising for senior men

    Forget the baby boom. A man boom is coming, and it will make the senior scene of tomorrow vastly different from the one today. Instead of a sea of women in senior communities, nursing homes and adult day-care centers, Census projections predict the...
  • Crete woman first Hispanic female judge in Will County

    Crete woman first Hispanic female judge in Will County
    Will County judges have voted to appoint Assistant State’s Attorney Jessica Colon-Sayre to the bench, making her the first Hispanic woman to become a judge in the county. Colon-Sayre has been a Will County prosecutor since 2003 and is the former...
  • 2 West Garfield Park homicides in 3 days

    Of the five homicides in Chicago in the last week, two killings occurred in West Garfield Park on the West Side, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. On Saturday, a 22-year-old man was shot to death in the 4400 block of West Madison...
  • Lawmakers illegally gerrymandered 3rd District, court rules

    Lawmakers illegally gerrymandered 3rd District, court rules
    RICHMOND — Virginia legislators focused so much on race drawing new lines for the 3rd Congressional District in 2011 and 2012 that they violated the voting rights of minorities in the state, a three-judge federal court panel ruled Tuesday. While...
  • Reader feedback Oct. 9: 3rd Congressional District's lines, Saturday morning cartoons, Guiseppe's pizza

    Lawmakers ordered to redraw 3rd District's lines A three-judge federal court panel ruled Tuesday that the boundaries of Virginia's 3rd Congressional District, which were redrawn after the 2010 census, illegally pack black voters into a single district....
  • From farmland to village to sewage system pioneer

    From farmland to village to sewage system pioneer
    What was then known asn the Village of Wilton Manors came into being largely from the efforts of one man: David Turner, who in April 1947 became the first mayor after the village was incorporated. Turner was the son of Broward County's first sheriff, A....
  • Atlantic City's housing market can't catch break

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — It was a more optimistic time 11 years ago when David Welsh, a city tree-trimmer in search of a house, heard of one about to go on the market and raced over to make an offer. After haggling, Welsh was able to buy the 1925...
  • Baltimore Co. Republicans face Howard Co. Democrats in redrawn District 12

    Baltimore Co. Republicans face Howard Co. Democrats in redrawn District 12
    In Maryland's newly redrawn 12th legislative district — which slithers from southwestern Baltimore County to West Columbia in Howard County — the race for the State House is pretty neatly divided along county lines. All four Republicans in...
  • West Garfield Park: Chicago's highest homicide rate, lowest life expectancy

    West Garfield Park: Chicago's highest homicide rate, lowest life expectancy
    On a recent Friday night, Gary Thomas threw an outdoor party at a hotspot in his West Side neighborhood. There were no crowds or Solo cups or blaring stereos, though, on the corner of Kostner and Maypole avenues. And when a police officer arrived to say...
  • READER SUBMITTED: West Hartford Staples And New Country Host School Supply Drive

    New Country MINI Cooper, in partnership with Staples in West Hartford and Family Services of Hartford Public Schools, will dispatch a MINI Cooper motorcade to the Staples store parking lot to be stuffed with desperately needed new school supplies for...