Commissioners to discuss establishing a public forum in future meetings
Drug Court hears how heroin is killing the county
The semi-annual Drug Court graduation received a stern commencement speech from Kankakee County Coroner Bob Gessner.
County commissioners hear budget, tax concerns
Wes Lund says that, as someone earning minimum wage, his anticipated property tax increase has a significant impact.
County school board hears how contractors selected for jobs
Calhoun County Board of Education members on Thursday discussed the system’s process for selecting the companies that build and restore its schools.
Lake County Genealogical Society to hear about tips for finding records
The Lake County Genealogical Society will hear from Cynthia Turk at 10 a.m., May 30, as she talks talk about "Our Local Probate Digitization Projects and Tips for Finding the
Here's how much money Tate Reeves spent winning the Republican primary for governor
Candidates for statewide office were required to file campaign finance documents on Thursday.
County commissioners hear concerns facing individuals living with mental illness
Itasca County Mental Health Local Advisory Council discusses housing, transportation and more
Guilford Is 14th Out Of 100 Counties In Purchasing Power
A new economic study of counties in North Carolina conducted by SmartAsset, a financial tools company, found that, across the state, Guilford County ranks 14th among North Carolina counties when it comes to purchasing power – a stat that was arrived at by examining people’s income in the counties compared with what it costs for typical goods and services there.
Rosendale hears concerns from local veterans in Missoula
A group of veterans and concerned citizens described the problems they see in the nation’s military healthcare system on Monday during a roundtable discussion with Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt
Federal judge expected to hear guilty plea of former St. Louis County Executive has heard his...
Former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger once wrote a letter to U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry seeking leniency for an aide's relative
City hears ideas from “What if Middletown...?” efffort
“What if Middletown……?” is an effort to get ideas for the future of the city through surveys, community conversations and forums with residents.
Here’s how to strengthen the Republican Party: Letters
As a lifelong Democrat-turned-independent, I have a plan to strengthen the GOP. You see, the support of Donald Trump is all about keeping the Republicans in power. But the party is hurting the peop…
Google's new political ad rules unite Democratic and Republican campaigns in opposition
Google's plan to restrict political advertisers from targeting their messages to narrow audiences left Democratic and Republican strategists in rare
A Republican’s Debt-Forgiveness Plan Sounds Great. But What Comes Next?
We asked experts to look at a politician’s proposal to erase almost $1 trillion in student debt after he resigned on Thursday from a top post at the Education Department and called the federal student-loan system “fundamentally broken.&rd
What happened to the Republican Party we once knew?
Whatever happened to the Republican Party we once knew? Where did the good old GOP go? Where did those state’s rights and deficit hawks disappear to? How did this party
Kentuckians should support Bevin, Republican leadership
BOE hears reports, concerns
The Chilton County Board of Education heard a positive financial report during its meeting on Feb. 19.
What Did America Hear from the Voices of the Unheard
By Kevin Daniels, Special to the AFRO Across the country, many people continue to note the 50th anniversary of the death and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., with the subsequent unrest and riots that followed, not only across the country, but also here in Baltimore as well. However, as we remember MLK’s vehement …
Editorial: Improve ways city hears from public
Improving the Gainesville City Commission’s public comment process and creating an ombudsman would give more residents ways to be heard and their
If the Republican Party Is Dying, Why Are Their Governors So Popular?
Voters seem to have a more personal connection to their governors.