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Hospitals across Pennsylvania and the nation are threatening that unless state lawmakers implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion, the law's new taxes and spending cuts will lead to layoffs and closures. Let's not...
How it works The Herald-Mail periodically publishes the findings of initial food establishment inspections by the Washington County Health Department. Food service facilities are inspected on a regular basis to make sure they are following the...
email@example.comAdolph “Ed” Baer was 7 years old when a man rode by on a bicycle and tried to run him over. Baer was trying to cross the street to his grandparents’ house while he visited them in Reichelsheim, Germany. He grabbed a hold of the...
Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Emily Muir recently joined the sales team at Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA’s Waynesboro office. She is licensed to list and sell all types of real estate in Pennsylvania. Muir is a member of the...
Between 2001 and 2010, Peace Corps volunteer-turned-New Yorker writer Peter Hessler delivered three entertaining, richly detailed books on China told through his interactions with everyday people. Hessler left China several years ago, moved to Colorado...
Tags: Peace Corps, China, Politics, U.S. Congress
Every year the Cannes Film Festival pulls into its orbit a rangy group of Chicago journalists, critics, student filmmakers and programmers. The festival was different this year, though. Conspicuously and sadly, it lacked the benevolent presence of its...
Longtime Hinsdale village manager David Cook, who's been employed by the village for 23 years, will exit his post in July. Cook and Village President Tom Cauley said Wednesday that the village and Cook were unable to reach terms on a new contract. Cook's...
TALLAHASSEE — When environmentalists filed a lawsuit earlier this year to force Florida's powerful sugar industry to cut a better deal with the state for Everglades restoration, Sugar took its fight to safer confines: the Florida Legislature. Gov....
Running off at the typewriter. … Sentinel reporter Paul Tenorio recently asked new USF coach Willie Taggart how much emphasis he will place on the game with UCF this season now that the two programs are in the same conference and will renew their...
A friend recently returned from a camping trip in the Sierra Nevada. His eyes shone as he described the opalescent sky, the vitality of wildlife in spring and the fun he'd had playing with his two young daughters during the mellow evenings. It had been...
Most local officials are poised to keep their controversial power to kick political opponents off the ballot after lobbying from those officials helped stall a reform proposal in the General Assembly. Instead, a piecemeal effort is moving forward that...
Tags: Michael Madigan, David Orr , Voting, Illinois Governor, Elections
By granting tax benefits on a case-by-case basis to projects like the Exelon building, the government is essentially staying in the development business ("Harbor Point tax deal challenged," June 3). The City Council is greenlighting projects whose...
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