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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Minorities often face pressure to fit in

    Minorities often face pressure to fit in
    Every Sunday morning, the Rev. Paula White stands in front of her congregation at New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka and looks out on thousands of brown faces. "When people say things like, 'She is a white girl that preaches black' is when I...
  • Baltimore's population up, following decades of loss

    Baltimore's population up, following decades of loss
    Baltimore, coming off six decades of population decline, grew by 1,100 residents in 12 months, according to government estimates released Thursday. "It's such amazing news. … It's huge psychologically," said Seema D. Iyer, a former research chief...
  • Around Town: The Korean paradigm shift

    The paradigm has at last shifted. Our town is now officially cross-cultural. What cross-culture? Obviously, it's Korean. The Korean wave has really arrived in La CaƱada Flintridge, and not a moment too soon. Some point to the billion downloads of the...
  • Seniors big focus of city's housing plan

    As Laguna Beach officials move forward in updating the city's housing plan, there is one key group they must consider: seniors, who represent a third of the beach community's residents. "We have people who have lived [in Laguna] for 20, 30, 40 years,...
  • City in ballot language flap

    Glendale this year has limited the sample ballot that goes out to all voters to just English and Armenian. But critics say officials should have kept with the prior practice of including all four major languages spoken in the city to avoid...
  • Duncan's candidacy roils Montgomery Co. politics

    Duncan's candidacy roils Montgomery Co. politics
    Former Montgomery County executive Doug Duncan's decision to run for his old seat after a six-year hiatus has changed the political landscape of the state's largest county even as critics argue that new demographics could present a big hurdle to his...
  • CPS lists 330 underenrolled schools

     CPS lists 330 underenrolled schools
    Chicago Public Schools on Tuesday released a list of schools that are underenrolled according to this year's attendance figures, providing additional data for a commission that is studying school closings but may not weigh in on which buildings should...
  • SHABAZZ NAPIER Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard

    SHABAZZ NAPIER<br>Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard
    STORRS — It was a field trip, which for some students is perhaps a license to tune out, lay low. Jason Irizarry took a group of UConn basketball players from his urban education class to one of the poorest districts in the United States, to the...
  • Grow Baltimore's population by making homeownership possible

    Grow Baltimore's population by making homeownership possible
    Earlier this year, Baltimore's challenge to the 2010 Census established that the city had 621,074 residents on April 1, 2010. This revised number will now be used by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake as the baseline for counting toward her goal of growing...
  • White-supremacist takeover plot startles tiny North Dakota town

    Life isn't always sleepy in rural North Dakota. The tiny town of Leith -- which had 16 residents as of the 2010 census -- got a rude awakening last week when it was revealed that a newcomer in town was plotting a takeover to make Leith a white-...
  • Stroger aide goes on trial over alleged contractor kickbacks

    Stroger aide goes on trial over alleged contractor kickbacks
    Eugene Mullins was a veteran Chicago police officer from a working-class family who'd grown up "sticking up for the little guy" when in 2006 his career took a dramatic turn. His childhood friend Todd Stroger had just been elected Cook County Board...