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I’d like to see in the near term a review of the current policy the city has for community notification in R-1 zones where major improvements are planned using the city's easement rights for erecting/construction of wireless transmission facilities....
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In a world gone crazy, teetering on the brink of economic chaos, with thousands dying every day at the hands of rogue governments, wars being fought over precious natural resources and the young losing hope in the future, you have to wonder how smart...
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Impermanence. Though it creeps up on us silently, change has a habit of striking in the moment. Like the long-building earthquake that jolts us from sleep; or seasons that argue thunderously with wild temperature fluctuations before one relents....
It is a matter of when, not if. That was the message Thursday at Providence High School in Burbank, where representatives of Chile's emergency services division joined local and state officials for a simulated earthquake response. The drill was in...
When Jason Kuhl, executive director at Arlington Heights Memorial Library, asked people what they wanted to see improved at their library, their responses usually fell into one of two categories. The first answer went something like, "What could you...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Gaming, Libraries, Entertainment, Wii
Daily PressA Newport News man has been sentenced to 15 years by a federal judge on child pornography charges. Glenn Rodger McGuire, 41, faces a lifetime of supervised release after his 188-month sentence, according to the U.S. attorney’s office for the...
Tags: Pornography, Judges, Justice System, Punishment, Trials
— Do you spend time in the park? Soon you might be able to take your computer along for uninterrupted access to emails and the Web. While Internet service is common place in public buildings such as libraries and community centers, more cities...
Letters to the editor from Naperville, Lisle and Aurora residents. Speed risks The proposed change in Illinois' speed limit from 65 to 70 miles per hour on tollways and interstate highways increases the risk of damage. The approximately 8 percent...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickThe sequester is about a week old, with no signs of stopping. What also shouldn't stop are public calls for Washington to get real and start managing our tax money seriously. Today's Watchdog column explains how there's plenty of waste......
AT&T has upgraded a mobile Internet cell site in Catonsville that will expand 4G LTE mobile coverage for Catonsville and Ellicott City residents and businesses. The upgrades to a cell site along River Road are part of AT&T's rollout of 4G LTE, the...
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Northern State University students seem to have better luck with wireless Internet service than some of their peers on other college campuses in South Dakota. At some schools, particularly South Dakota State University in Brookings, students have...
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