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  1. Governor Doug Ducey announces launch of Classrooms First Initiative CouncilRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Sonoran News

    PHOENIX Governor Doug Ducey announced the launch of the Classrooms First Initiative Council, a team of business and education leaders charged with simplifying and modernizing the current school finance code to ensure more funding for teachers and classroom instruction.


  2. Former employee files lawsuit against PennySaverRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Wave

    ... after producing a coupon and classified ad magazine for more than 50 years. The mailer, most recently headquartered in Brea, got its start in Huntington Beach in 1962, providing coupons and advertising goods and services, job openings and personal ...


  3. Salinas air quality tests mostly free of pesticidesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Salinas Californian

    Salinas air quality tests mostly free of pesticides Readings in Salinas Valley locations were lower than 2013 Check out this story on Air quality results released Tuesday by the state Department of Pesticide Regulation show Salinas is well below levels that indicate health concerns. Among the pesticide levels measured were those for cancer-causing 1,3-Dicholoropropene - more commonly known as Telone or by its abbreviation, 1,3-D.


  4. Island businesses grapple with unprecedented labor shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Martha's Vineyard Times

    Stores up and down Main Street in Vineyard Haven have Help Wanted signs in their windows, including Stina Sayre. - Michael Cummo In a conversation with The Times last week, Nancy Gardella, executive director of the Martha's Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, was frank in her assessment of the current labor shortage.


  5. Yorba Linda Feed Store has seen a spike in chick salesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Wave

    ... Yorba Linda Citrus Association's packinghouse on Yorba Linda Boulevard, renewing it for nine years before moving to Brea for a time. Yorba Linda Feed returned to town in 1982. Over the years, the family expanded its building at 3782 Rose Drive. ...


  6. Low attendance fails to dampen vendors' spiritsRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Fort Francis Times

    Sunshine and summer-like temperatures may have hindered attendance at this year's Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce Business and Community Expo but businesses that set up booths for the two-day show were not discouraged. More than 60 different businesses were on hand, with outgoing Chamber executive director Annely Armstrong-Thorstad noting there was a different goal this year.


  7. CleanTX Issues First Economic Impact Report for the Cleantech Sector...Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Earlier today at a press conference at City Hall, CleanTX, the development organization for clean technology in Central Texas, along with the Austin Technology Incubator , unveiled findings from the first-ever economic impact report for the industry. The Economic Impact Report for the Cleantech Sector in Central Texas calculated that the cleantech sector contributes approximately $2.5 billion to the region's GDP and employs nearly 20,000 individuals in the Austin MSA.


  8. Chamber looks to celebrate Bondurant with eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Des Moines Register

    The Bondurant Chamber of Commerce started Celebrate Bondurant for one purpose: to let businesses engage with the community.


  9. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley: Trade mission presented opportunities for new...Read the original story

    Thursday May 7 | State of Michigan

    LANSING, Mich. Upon completion of Michigan's first trade mission to Chile and Columbia, Lt.


  10. Acme Lift Hires Bob Stanley as VP, Business Development for Eastern U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2013 | Rental Equipment Register

    Brian Stanley is a 30-year veteran of the aerial equipment rental industry. He will develop business in the eastern U.S. for Acme Lift.


  11. Allen man pleads guilty in investment fraud schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News

    Brian J. Polito of Allen pleaded guilty in federal court May 21 to mail fraud stemming from an oil and gas investment fraud scheme. Prosecutors say Polito was the owner of an investment firm that sold interests in oil and gas to which his company had no ownership.


  12. EPA full steam with 'Waters' protection rule, but trouble aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Politico

    The Obama administration on Wednesday launched a sweeping measure to protect the nation's waterways and wetlands - an initiative that faces a fierce counterattack from powerhouse industries like agriculture, oil and home-building. On its face, the final "Waters of the United States" rule is largely a technical document, defining which rivers, streams, lakes and marshes fall under the jurisdiction of the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers.


  13. Lawsuit Filed After Abrupt PennySaver ClosureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NBC Los Angeles

    ... Orange County-based classified paper was folding. Former employees gathered outside the corporate office in Brea for a meeting Tuesday, where they were promised one week's pay. However even that changed by the time they left the meeting. "They said ...


  14. Sara Hernandez Left Rural Salinas for City Life. Now She Shepherds the Growth of DowntownRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LA Weekly

    ... but each community is isolated. "Everyone's a liberal progressive, but no one's going south of the 10 or east of La Brea." As a teacher, she says, "The most depressing day you could have is to teach all day in Watts and then go to a dinner party in ...


  15. Vehicle flips onto roof on 57 in Brea; one person diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star-Progress

    One person is dead after a vehicle overturned on the 57 freeway in Brea on Tuesday night, authorities said. The incident was reported around 8:50 p.m. just north of the Imperial Highway, where a vehicle traveling on the southbound half of the freeway flipped onto its roof, a CHP dispatcher said.


  16. Whiting: Brea's a city small in size, but big in homespun sensibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Orange County Register

    Hidden gem: Brea offers access to some of the best wild lands in the county, including Chino Hills State Park and Carbon Canyon Regional Park. It's not Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour, although the restaurant certainly has an old-timey feel.


  17. State officials to investigate PennySaver closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star-Progress

    A state agency is investigating whether PennySaver violated labor law by laying off 678 employees without notice when it abruptly closed down its operations Friday, the office of California's Labor Commissioner said Tuesday afternoon. At about the same time, company executives gathered about 200 of their erstwhile employees in a printing press room of the now-shuttered coupon magazine's Brea headquarters to tell them they would not be receiving their final paychecks or accrued vacation pay.


  18. Ledesma, Gadsby lead Crescenta Valley High baseball to CIF quarterfinalsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Glendale News-Press

    Ledesma strung together three hits, while Gadsby went the distance for a three-hitter and together the Falcons' battery charged Crescenta Valley's 5-1 victory over host Trabuco Hills in the CIF Southern Section Division II second round. "It feels good," said Ledesma, who was three for four with a run and two runs batted in of the Falcons returning to the CIF quarterfinals.


  19. Lev: Charter-Time Warner Cable merger brings hope of resolution to Dodgers stalemateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Wave

    More Dodgers fans soon will be able to watch Dodgers games that are called by Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully. 1. I have mixed feelings on this kids-at-the-podium controversy, if you want to call it that.


  20. A performing arts legacyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Northern Virginia Daily

    Kym Crump, left, executive director of the Blue Ridge Arts Council in Front Royal, looks over music with Pam Dyke, band director at Warren County Middle School, while talking about this Friday's musical tribute and stage dedication ceremony at the school. The school will dedicate its stage to Virginia C. "Ginna" Looney, previous longtime theater director at Warren County High School, who died last year.


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