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Thumbs Up to open government seminars and a rooftop patio at Riley's Sports Bar &U Grill; Thumbs Down to careless driving in school zones and the loss of Hanover's post office.
Legislators now feel they must build mountains of cash, whether they are seeking re-election or not, for a much different reason.
Obama can't campaign side by side with red-state Senate candidates—they don't want him; they fear he'll turn off swing voters—but he can't totally sit out the races, either.
It's good to read that Janesville, now dubbed the “City of Parks,” is forging ahead with efforts to save its most valuable ash trees.
Our troops need to eat, so they’ve been turning to local charities set up to help the residents of one of the poorest areas in the United States.
The Sunlight Foundation, a nonprofit group based in Washington, D.C., is collecting the ad buy filings and posting them online, in a tool it calls Political Ad Sleuth.
Economists offer measurement rather than emotion. Past increases in the minimum wage have produced plenty of data to measure the responses of employers.
A misunderstanding of the child brain seems to be at the heart of the increasingly vocal debate over schools’ early start times.
The spotlight on jobs will be most prominent in the gubernatorial race, where Democrat Mary Burke hopes to oust Republican Scott Walker.
The team and the community hit their mark. The building provides for today and positions the community, and its transit service, for the future.
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