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Arbitrator: State agency cut corners in rush to qualify for 'middle mile' grant

Though he stopped short of calling it fraud, the arbitrator who decided against the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative last week had harsh words for the quasi-public agency responsible both for ... read more

BAKER and GONZALEZ turn up the heat — Kerry NOT ruling it out —RACE to repair gas disaster

The goal is to get gas back in homes by Nov. 19.” – “Arbitrator: State agency cut corners in rush to qualify for 'middle mile' grant,” by Larry Parnass, The Berkshire Eagle: “Though he stopped short ... read more

State Senate OKs bill to ease financing for Gateway Park

The bill, which was first introduced by State Sen. Buzz Thomas, D-Detroit, would create a Corridor Improvement Authority near Gateway Park, a retail center that is planned for the southeast corner of ... read more

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Curtiss Gets Corniced, More

At a cost of over $400,000, the cornice investment is purely an aesthetic addition as it was not required to be reinstated by the New York State Historic Preservation Office or the U.S. Department of ... read more


FCC to Drop Morse Testing for All Amateur License Classes:

At that gathering, delegates agreed to authorize each country to determine whether or not to require that applicants demonstrate Morse code proficiency in order to qualify for an Amateur Radio license ... read more

News and talk tops in overall local radio market

“I’m impressed that the overall numbers are so good,” he said. Northstate Public Radio is operated by Chico State University. Noncommercial radio ratings aren’t listed alongside commercial stations ... read more

Army chief travels to US for talks on Mideast ‘military cooperation’

A UK parliamentary committee concludes it is beyond doubt that British intelligence agencies knew ... that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s depiction of the Iranian regime as failing to serve the ... read more

Many Jefferson County employers have yet to file occupational tax data needed to calculate refunds (with list)

A lawsuit filed in 2007 led to Circuit Court Judge David Rains' ruling in 2009 repealing the state law that authorized the tax on wages for most people working in Jefferson County and a related ... read more

Crime and safety news from around the valley, Oct. 13-19, 2016

Community court grant: The Las Vegas Township ... million upgrade of East Tropicana Avenue (state Route 593) between Eastern Avenue and Boulder Highway. Aggregate Industries-SWR is the general ... read more

Ask the Captain: What it’s like to fly around hurricanes

As Hurricane Florence bears down on the East Coast, airlines are making plans to deal with the storm. There will be flight delays and cancellations for several days in the affected cities. How long ... read more

Riverview para-cycler gets ready to up his game

His next goal is to qualify for the Paralympic Games ... "It's kind of an odd time of year to be running away in the middle of the mad rush for the holidays but yeah it's a really good opportunity to ... read more



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