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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Cohabitation and other strange but true Florida laws

    Cohabitation and other strange but true Florida laws
    Whether you knew it or not, if you're not married and live with a lover, you're committing a second-degree misdemeanor in Florida.  That law, passed in 1868, could soon be going away, however, as the repeal bill easily won approval in both House and...
  • The green scene: Orlando's Irish bars

    The green scene: Orlando's Irish bars
    I often have a tough time convincing visitors that anything authentic exists in Orlando. And when it comes to authentic Irish pubs, I sometimes have a hard time convincing locals. But take it from a professional boozehound who has had his share of pints...
  • Ted Deutch preaches to constituent choir on Social Security

    Ted Deutch preaches to constituent choir on Social Security
    WEST DELRAY — U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, whose Broward/Palm Beach county district is home to more seniors than almost any other in the state, sought Tuesday to combat the spreading notion that the Social Security program is in trouble and benefits need...
  • Baltimore's affordable housing crisis

    Baltimore's affordable housing crisis
    Natalie Sherman's recent article on apartment rental rates in Baltimore focused on high-end tenants but largely ignored the plight of low- and moderate-income individuals and families ("As apartments boom in city, a new market reality emerges," Feb. 27)....
  • Census estimates: Newport News growing; Hampton shrinks slightly

    Census estimates: Newport News growing; Hampton shrinks slightly
    Newport News, York County, Isle of Wight, James City County and Gloucester are growing, while Hampton, Williamsburg, Poquoson and Mathews are stable or shrinking, according to estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau. Newport News grew by...
  • A rarity in Evergreen Park — political competition

    A rarity in Evergreen Park — political competition
    Chris Trzeciak's seemingly ordinary decision to file as a candidate for Evergreen Park trustee was anything but ordinary. Turns out that he created a rare situation in the village — its first contested race for the village board since 1987. That's...
  • Supreme Court rules against Alabama voter redistricting plan

    Supreme Court rules against Alabama voter redistricting plan
    The Supreme Court delivered a rare victory for minority voting rights Wednesday, finding that a 2012 Alabama redistricting plan appeared to violate federal law by shifting black voters into districts they already dominated to dilute their influence...
  • High court sends Alabama redistricting case back for review

    A divided Supreme Court on Wednesday said a lower court must take another look at whether Alabama's Republican-led legislature relied too heavily on race when it redrew the state's voting districts in a way that black leaders say limited minority voting...
  • Another Alzheimer's facility poised to build in Northbrook

    Northbrook, demographically one of the oldest towns in the area, may be about to get a little older – again. A partnership of Northbrook builders has applied to tear down three houses on the southwest corner of Shermer and Techny roads and build...
  • Illinois ranks No. 1 for energy-saving construction

     Illinois ranks No. 1 for energy-saving construction
    Say what you will about the cesspool of Illinois politics — buildings in the Land of Jailed Governors are a beacon of energy-saving construction. For the second straight year, Illinois ranked first among the states in a survey of new and newly...
  • Redistricting for and by the people

    Redistricting for and by the people
    Maryland almost certainly will not enact reforms to the way it redraws legislative and congressional districts this year because the most powerful proponent of the idea, Gov. Larry Hogan, isn't pushing it. He wants a commission to study the issue and...