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  1. No limits: Artwork by residents with disabilities on displayRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Maryland Gazette

    Artists Without Limits Exhibit Mary De Angelo, chair of the 2015 Artists Without Limits Art Exhibit talks about the show. Artwork made by Anne Arundel County residents with disabilities will be on display at the Arundel Center Thursday through June 30 as part of the Artists Without Limits Exhibit, an annual show put on by the Anne Arundel County Commission on Disabilities and the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County.


  2. Township of SouthfieldRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

    The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the Election meets the requirements of the law.


  3. Legal and Public Notices 4/20/15 - Notice of Meetings, Public HearingsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Murfreesboro Post

    The Murfreesboro Development Review Committee will meet Monday, 27, 2015 at 12:00 pm in the Administration Conference Room on the 1st Floor of City Hall, 111 West Vine Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37130. The City of Murfreesboro Tennis Committee meeting of April 9, 2015, will reconvene on Thursday, April 30, 2015, at 12:00 noon in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 111 West Vine Street, Murfreesboro, The Rutherford County Ethics Committee will meet on Thursday, April 23 at 4:00 p.m. local time in Room 205 of the Historic Rutherford County Courthouse located in Murfreesboro, TN.


  4. Labor Department releases new fiduciary regulationsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | New York Post

    The creep of the Obama administration into financial waters - about which it has shown little to no acumen - continued last week as the Labor Department released new regulations requiring brokers to become fiduciaries. Leaving aside the fact that the Labor Department and not the Securities and Exchange Commission is issuing the rules, the White House is piling on to fix a nonexistent problem.


  5. Oakland VA whistleblower to appear at House hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    For the longest time, Rustyann Brown felt like no one would listen as she tried to raise the alarm about how the Oakland VA regional benefits office was failing Northern California veterans. She is scheduled to appear on Capitol Hill before a House Committee on Veterans' Affairs hearing that will examine troubling allegations that the Oakland and Philadelphia regional offices have mismanaged benefit claims from vets.


  6. OSHA fines Duke Energy $90,000 in employee's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record

    Federal officials have fined Duke Energy Florida Inc. $90,000 in the death of an employee electrocuted at a North Florida substation. The Ocala Star-Banner reported that the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration found the company responsible for one willful and four serious safety violations in the Oct. 15 death of Christopher Lee Dasher, 35. The company has 15 business days to pay the fine, contest the findings or request a conference with OSHA officials.


  7. Winner of TheBlaze TV's 'Pursuit of the Truth'...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com

    And while that kind of aural backdrop isn't typically welcomed while an audience is watching a movie, the din that Bell was enduring could be forgiven. "It's been an amazing experience," Bell told TheBlaze over the phone.


  8. After Fan Pressure, Netflix Makes 'Daredevil' Accessible To The BlindRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | National Public Radio

    Netflix's original series Daredevil, which stars a blind superhero, was originally hard for blind audience members to understand. The series was released without audio description that would make it accessible to the visually-impaired.


  9. State official: Collapsed water park roof at Ottertail resort was never inspectedRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Forensic engineers are still determining the cause of a water park roof collapse at the Thumper Pond Resort in Ottertail, Minn. No one was injured.


  10. the usual suspect ....Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Your Democracy

    After ASIC's exposure as a "weak and hesitant regulator" in the Senate Inquiry last year, it has ramped up its activity level and is now desperate to look like it is doing its job. But this latest revelation on unearned fees did not come about due to institutional honesty and self-disclosure, or due to ASIC's "after the horse has bolted let's try and save our skins" review of the six major institutions.


  11. Beiser Bills Support VetsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | RiverBender.com

    An Alton Democrat is stepping up his support for veterans in Springfield. State Representative Dan Beiser sponsored two bills that were passed through the House of Representatives last week.


  12. Former SIUE Employee Pleads GuiltyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | RiverBender.com

    A former employee at SIUE is facing up to ten years in prison after he allegedly lied to federal agents. 38-year old Kwa Mister of Fairview Heights pled guilty to an indictment that charged him with making a false statement to the United States Department of Transportation, Office of Inspector General and to the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Labor Racketeering, and Fraud Investigators last week according to United States Attorney Stephen Wigginton.


  13. Help wanted: Most U.S. job openings are for low-skill, low-pay workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Erie Times News

    In a post-recession world where many once-familiar occupations continue to automate, move offshore or disappear outright, one of the most basic questions remains: Who's hiring? It turns out the vast preponderance of job openings these days consists of low-skill, hourly wage work with high turnover. The current slate of "help wanted" ads overwhelmingly involves cashiers, waitresses and waiters, personal care aides, janitors, those who stock store shelves, and the likes of Hardee's and Taco Bell.


  14. Fare talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | NewsReview.com

    There's been talk recently about the future of Sacramento Regional Transit, especially efforts to clean up the system's image and make RT more appealing to more affluent "choice" riders . A couple of things seem to be missing from the conversation.


  15. Mountain Creek suedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | The Advertiser News (North)

    A federal lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court by a former employee at Mountain Creek alleges ownership harassed him over his weight, superiors directed him to hire more attractive workers, leadership passed him up for a promotion that was promised to him while he was directed not to pay certain vendors on time. Richard Helmrich, who worked as the company's food and beverage manager and filed the lawsuit, named Mountain Creek co-owner Andrew Mulvihill with routinely demeaning him for his weight in front of other employees and guests at the Mountain Creek Resort and water park.


  16. How the Department of Labor gets API Documentation RightRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | ProgrammableWeb.com

    One of the long held truisms of API development is that creating quality documentation is vital to the health of your API program. On the DigitalGov site, Bill Brantley highlights the Department of Labor's API documentation and how it fulfills four important functions that all API providers should strive for when crafting their documentation.


  17. Oakland VA whistleblower to appear at House hearing this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News

    Rustyann Brown outside the Federal Building in Oakland, Calif., Friday, Mar. 20, 2015. Brown became a Veterans Administration whistle blower after finding a large number of benefit claims that she says were neglected while working in the Oakland office of the VA.


  18. Obama Administration Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Rules to...Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | San Diego NewsCape

    The departments of Education and Labor today announced that they are seeking comment on five Notices of Proposed Rulemaking , proposing rules that would implement the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act . The act, signed by President Obama on July 22, 2014, is the first major reform to federal job training programs in more than 15 years.


  19. Private bus startup Leap hit with complaint under US disabilities lawRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Ars Technica

    Chris Pangilinan , a former San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency engineer who uses a wheelchair, has alleged that new private bus startup Leap is in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act . As such, Pangilinan recently filed a formal complaint with the Department of Justice.


  20. St. Johns County unemployment rate falls to 4 percentRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record

    According to information released by the U.S. Department of Labor, St. Johns County had an unemployment rate of 4 percent - not seasonally adjusted. Only Monroe County at 3.8 percent had a lower rate.