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An administrator with the Anaheim Union High School District has declined comment on the future status of Christopher John Ontiveros, an Oxford Academy teacher who was acquitted two days earlier of sexual acts with a female student. "The district...
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This is in response to the distortions about President Obama's jobs bill as portrayed in the Independent's Mailbag from a couple in Sunset Beach ("Obama's jobs bill needs support," Oct. 20). I'm sure the couple had good intentions, but they need to do...
Despite pleas from Huntington Beach Councilman Don Hansen to turn down an offer from the police union to extend its contract with some employee concessions, the City Council approved it Monday. "I think it's a shortsighted and misguided decision, and I...
The Boy Scouts teach many things: community service, integrity and responsibility. As a former Eagle Scout and current scout leader for his two sons, Erik Peterson said it also instilled in him a sense of responsibility to improve his community....
John Von Holle wants to make one thing clear: If he's elected to the Huntington Beach City Council, he won't be a stranger at City Hall. In fact, he won't be a stranger at city halls, period. The 18-year resident grew up amid politics in Cheviot, Ohio,...
Barbara Delgleize runs a real estate business with the slogan, "Barbara Sells the Beach." Judging from finance statements, her candidacy is opening a few wallets, too. The planning commissioner led all City Council candidates with $19,299 in funds...
The 153rd Pennsylvania Infantry suffered severely on the first day of fighting at Gettysburg, and unable to withstand a withering Confederate attack on a knoll just north of the town, the men from Northampton County retreated to the southeast, where...
A month after Park Ridge aldermen reaffirmed a new contract with an employees' union, members are claiming its provisions are not being adhered to by the city. Local 150 of the International Union of Operating Engineers said paychecks were hit with...
Labor unions have been knocked back, knocked down and knocked out for so long that a new generation of organizers is beginning to try something new. Instead of unionizing and then protesting, they're protesting first. That may sound a little...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter several years of frozen wages, 135 full-time, nonunion city employees will receive a 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment in the upcoming fiscal year thanks to a 3-1 vote Tuesday night by the Hagerstown City Council. The total cost of the COLA will...
The men of the 153rd Pennsylvania Infantry marched through the town of Gettysburg around noon on July 1, 1863, to the music of military bands and the cheers of the townspeople. They headed north to the Alms House, a small stone building less than a mile...
The men of the 153rd Pennsylvania Infantry fought against veteran Rebel troops who outnumbered them at Chancellorsville in May 1863, and, like many others, the regiment from Northampton County broke in face of the Confederate attack. The regiment was...
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