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Plus: Grand Ave. Pottery Barn to close in 2024; Dean Phillips presidential campaign appears to be having a midlife crisis; whooping cough cases spike in Cass County; and more. more
On December 5, PennEnvironment and Three Rivers Waterkeeper announced they have filed a federal lawsuit against BVPV Styrenics LLC and its parent company, Styropek USA, Inc., for alleged violations … more
Ask Governor Murphy — when New Jersey's governor spends an hour answering our questions and yours — returns to WNYC Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2023 at 7 p.m.   The discussion is hosted by WNYC … more
Medical staff who examined the child say he had some sort of road rash to his face and a large skull fracture, ultimately leading to his death. more
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With the trophy presentation on Saturday in New York City, here's our 2023 Heisman Trophy odds update, including our Heisman picks, preview and best bets. more
Established Criminal Defense Firm is seeking an Associate Attorney with 1-5 yrs experience Maryland Bar Required The post ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY appeared first on Maryland Daily Record. more
Athena Health Care Systems, one of the largest providers of long-term care in Connecticut, is six months behind on paying health claims for workers on its health plan. more
Brent Axe and Mike Waters breakdown SU basketball's 81-70 win over Cornell and Benny Williams' absence from it on Syracuse Basketball Postgame. more
Cy the Cynic is a confirmed bachelor. He says the only drawback to living single is that it’s always his turn to do the dishes. Cy also complains that when he plays in my club’s penny game, he … more
Members of the Connecticut General Assembly want to revisit a legislative proposal to eliminate the lower minimum wage assigned to hourly employees who earn tips. more
Once a rural outpost, Chatham County is giving way to new development as demand for housing rises. Here’s a look at what’s in the pipeline. more
Jacques Rivera speaks to reporters at the Dirksen Federal Building in 2018, after a … more
Something out of the ordinary is planned for downtown Middletown: An escape room and virtual reality center. The owner of Lara's Labyrinth in Wethersfield is planning to open a similar operation on … more
Nelson Mullins is seeking a Commercial Litigation Associate to join its litigation group in the Baltimore office. The post Commercial Litigation Associate appeared first on Maryland Daily Record. more
The mandates had not been enforced. Now parents are scrambling for medical appointments. more
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