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While many of the candidates for the Huntington Beach City Council speak of reforming pension, Erik Peterson says he's studied the issue inside and out and knows how to fix it. "I've been studying it for four years," said the planning commissioner, one...
An initiative to eliminate a Huntington Beach property tax that pays for public safety employees' pensions has qualified for the November ballot. The City Council voted Monday to adopt a resolution to place the measure on the ballot, and three council...
Amid ongoing concern about drinking problems in Huntington Beach, a group of restaurant owners has banded together to form a nonprofit to lead classes in how to serve alcohol responsibly. Marco Perry, general manager of the Shorebreak Hotel, announced...
It's a dirty secret about reporters that we don't run as much as we do in the movies. If you've watched "State of Play," "The Paper" or "All the President's Men," you may think a large part of a staff writer's day is spent literally chasing leads around...
The Orange County Sheriff's Office has released the name of the man who was electrocuted March 29 while washing a medical building's windows in Huntington Beach. Pomona resident Gandy Ochoa was 27 years old, said Supervising Deputy Coroner Larry...
A man washing the windows of a medical building in Huntington Beach was electrocuted and died early Tuesday. The man, whose name was not released pending notification next of kin, died immediately, said Huntington Beach Deputy Fire Marshal Jeff Lopez....
As the ninth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks nears, it's important to compare our patriotic attitudes then to our attitudes today. Nine years ago, we vowed to never forget: To never forget how we felt as we collectively watched the Twin...
Daily American Staff WriterMore than two dozen Somerset County employees sampled Jeff Kimmel's fruit smoothies during a lunchtime demonstration sponsored by the county's wellness committee. Kimmel, a microfilm department worker who is affectionately known as "the health guru"...
WDBJ7 ReporterThe tragedy in Oklahoma remains fresh on the minds of folks around here. In the town of Pulaski, employees at the Pulaski Health and Rehab have started collecting all kinds of items to send. The collection drive began today. People have been bringing...
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Bus drivers and aides employed by a Baltimore schools contractor say that unsafe conditions such as fires and mold spores are endangering lives and unfair wages are threatening their livelihoods. The grievances were aired Thursday at a rally of...
— There are many reasons why Chicago billionaire Penny Pritzker seems bound for the top job at the Commerce Department, after dodging potential conflict during a Senate confirmation hearing Thursday. Pritzker, 54, a Democratic mega-donor who...
As reported by ModernHealthcare.com on Thursday, May 23, 2013: "After 30 hours of debate over a three-week period, the Senate Judiciary Committee has passed a bipartisan immigration bill that would seek to strengthen the country's healthcare workforce...
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