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Education professional Ray Feuss is the first announced candidate for the city's vacant Ward 5 City Council seat. [Read More]
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Education professional Ray Feuss is the first announced candidate for the city's vacant Ward 5 City Council seat. [Read More]
The city's cost of operating a curbside recycling program could take a major hit next year. [Read More]
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The city's chief financial officer said it will take more money to comply with a federal court order to eliminate sewer overflows and basement backups. [Read More]
An administrative law judge said the city was wrong to deny a liquor license to a Bryon Avenue grocery store. [Read More]
Mayor Quentin Hart has vowed the city will take steps to resolve ongoing sewage backups plaguing homeowners during recent historic rainfall events. [Read More]
Care for residents of the Country View nursing home and the fate of its employees may soon be in the hands of a private company. [Read More]
A decision to boost the tax incentive package for a warehouse project generated heartburn before winning approval. [Read More]
The city is heading to court to seize a former nunnery that has fallen into disrepair. [Read More]
The city is heading to court to seize a former nunnery that has fallen into disrepair. [Read More]
Third of four stories on the 2018 Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame honorees. [Read More]
The city is planning to borrow $2.3 million from a state loan pool to pay for sewage treatment plant upgrades. [Read More]
Owners of three wind energy turbines near Fairbank were back in court this week fighting a court order to tear them down. [Read More]
Developers are asking the city for another $500,000 to help build the new All-In Grocers project in the edge of downtown. [Read More]
It's not the growing fleet of trucks or newly expanded warehouse at Martin Brothers Distributing Co. that fill John Martin with pride. [Read More]
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is in trouble with the Internal Revenue Service for failing to pay its employment taxes. [Read More]
Historic architecture is preventing the demolition of a vacant house on the Orange Elementary School grounds. [Read More]
The city is looking for a new developer to save the historic Rath Administration Building. [Read More]
Historic architecture is preventing the demolition of a vacant house on the Orange Elementary School grounds. [Read More]
A new medical office building in the Country Club Business Center was awarded development incentives after it was already built. [Read More]
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