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Why we will no longer be a welcoming church
We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Judge: IDOC staff must be trained on transgender issues
SPRINGFIELD — A federal judge has ordered state corrections officers to undergo training on transgender issues, stemming from a lawsuit filed by an inmate who wants to be transferred to
How to more safely stay at hotels, motels amid pandemic
There's no place like home. But with care, you can reduce the risks that come with spending a night in a hotel or motel. Half of the battle occurs before
Workers and wages: Finding qualified workforce a top challenge...
BEMIDJI—While wages are on the rise, challenges remain for Minnesota's manufacturers when it comes to hiring a qualified workforce.In its annual State of Manufacturing survey, Enterprise Minnesota found 71 percent of respondents say the inability to hire qualified candidates has made company growth...
Suspect who allegedly killed McHenry County Sheriff's deputy had threatened to shoot police before
Suspect who allegedly killed deputy had threatened to shoot police before
Tazewell County considering way to use delinquent properties
Tazewell County is looking at a new way to re-purpose delinquent properties.
Tourism in Tazewell County top-notch, according to annual report
Like many areas in the two Virginias, Tazewell County relies heavily on tourism. In 2016, the county has seen a big boost to the local economy...millions of dollars of investment all thanks to tour...
This Southgate resident knows what's up
The election is over, Trump won. Most lawn signs have been discarded, they'll be burned in bonfires or take up residence in a local landfill....
Residents express concerns
Meeting in regular session Tuesday night, the Park Hills City Council heard concerns from residents and passed ordinances related to city projects.
Steven Merrell, Financial Planning: Should I have multiple IRAs?
Q: I have several IRAs with various brokers and a couple of 401(k) accounts at previous employers. I have been thinking I should consolidate them into a single IRA. Is there any benefit to keeping …
We love the '80s (and '90s) baseball cards: The top 15 sets of the era
The 1980s and 1990s were a great era for baseball cards. Here are the best designs from those decades.
Goodman Avenue street concerns residents
Residents who live and travel on the hillside street of Goodman Avenue in East Williamson are concerned about a slide.
FWP should raise the cost for non-residents to fish
Some thoughts on the Madison River controversy. I went on to the FWP website and learned that a Montana resident hunting license to shoot an elk is $20 (with exceptions),
La Verne making changes in response to residents’ concerns
In recent months there has been a growing concern from a small group of residents who upset are with management on everything about the ongoing litigation to the way minutes are reported.
Rogers County residents should take flood precautions now
Rogers County residents living near the Verdigris River should take flood precautions now.
Tazewell Co. voters appear wary of auditor, tax questions
PEKIN — With about half of Tuesday's votes counted, Tazewell County voters were leaning toward keeping the county auditor's office.
Saugus Ridge traffic study concerns board, residents
David LeClair didn’t mince words in letting Toll Brothers Apartment Living know how he feels about a proposed 300-unit apartment complex at 770
Union Township residents raise concerns with proposed sand and gravel pit operation
A proposed sand and gravel pit operation in Union Township is in the earliest stages of approval but is drawing opposition from nearby residents.
West Haven residents reminded of rules for storm parking, snow removal
WEST HAVEN - To help crews expedite snow removal, Public Works Commissioner Tom McCarthy is reminding residents and businesses to observe parking regulations during and after storms, the city said in a news release Per the "Severe Weather" parking ordinance under Chapter 188 of the West Haven Code, police will tag and tow vehicles violating the ordinance at the owner's expense. Violators will receive a $100 fine. Once snow begins to fall, a parking ban is in effect on the even-numbered side of…