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56 and 12 Is Important to Chicago

2015 Memorial Day Weekend in Chicago 56 shot and 12 killed by gun fire during this time. And all we keep hearing is promises from city government. 147 more words

Community Concerns

Web Site Gathers Philadelphia Pre-Votes, Giving Early Insight

By KYW community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Thousands of Philadelphians got a chance to cast their mock votes today using a new political data-crunching web site. 97 more words

News

The Delta Government and Community Affairs intern is most suitable for Seniors and graduate students.
The internship has the potential to become permanent. Salary based on experience and level of education. 260 more words

SUNYEmpire

Top Line Results from AGM 2015

The AGM for Las Olas 1 took place today (9th May 2015).

Len Palmer (9-3-B) was elected President, succeeding Stephen Oliver. Trevor Millen remains Vice President. 106 more words

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Crime Prevention Safety & Health Fair: North Central Division

The Dallas Police Department would like to invite everyone out to the Crime Prevention Safety & Health Fair this Saturday, May 2, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. 26 more words

Community Engagement

Duke Energy Nuclear Employees Participate in Earth Day

Earth Day is April 22, 2015. Each April 22, for the past 45 years, citizens around the world have honored a commitment for a clean environment by hosting festivals, rallies and environmental activities, all with support  from a  world-wide community. 222 more words

Duke Energy

The VIPP Report: The return of the event that gives you a little spice, style and soul

DUE TO THE OVERWHELMING RESPONSE THESLICE RETURNS BIGGER AND BETTER WITH A NEW LOCATION IN WEST LOUISVILLE

With the Kentucky Derby right around the corner, the city is preparing to host racing fans with hospitality, food and some of the best drinks from the mint julep to a good bourbon on the rocks and now you can get all of these things plus much more with the return of TheSlice-Spice, Style & Soul on Saturday, April 25th from 6:00 p.m. 455 more words

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