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Pontiac’s Phoenix Center sees tentative settlement deal to end six-year legal battle

The $14 million legal saga over Pontiac’s Phoenix Center is once again on a track to being closed. Deirdre Waterman, mayor of the Pontiac, signed a basic outline of settlement terms to end the six-yea... read more

EpiPen maker Mylan agrees to pay $465million to the government in settlement of allegations it overbilled Medicaid by $1.27billion over a 10-year period

EpiPens have long dominated the market and continue to do so, between their name recognition and deals Mylan has made to get preferable ... Announcement of a tentative $465 settlement soon followed, w... read more

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Pontiac State of the City Address to cover new development, youth recreation

Deirdre Waterman, mayor of Pontiac, is expected to discuss new economic development in the city. Other topics include the settlement of long term litigation such as the six-year legal battle over the ... read more

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Baltimore cop is NOT GUILTY over Freddie Gray's death: Officer accused of assaulting 25-year-old black man who died in police van walks free

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