The July 4th Open Carry March on Washington being organized by libertarian radio host Adam Kokesh, which will purportedly feature thousands of marchers armed with loaded firearms, will be met with an unflinching police response. In an interview with D.C.'s Newschannel 8 this week, Metro Police Chief Cathy Lanier said that if marchers attempted to carry loaded weapons into...
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The Wild Lilac Child Development Community is currently located at 1533 S.E. 32nd Ave. But plans call for a move to an 86-year-old, one-story building at 3819-3829 S.E. 74th Avenue and the creation of The Community School.
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Job growth and development are sweeping through the Denver metro area and as more companies are attracted to the area, apartment operators will benefit from the increased tenant demand,
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Don't be alarmed when you see the throng of marchers in downtown Port Huron on Monday. The marchers are concerned people taking part in the Port Huron Million March Against Child Abuse.
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New real estate projects are popping up on private property around Metro stations in the Washington area, and the transit agency has decided it wants to get in on the act. Metro’s real estate team plans to propose leasing 11 properties the agency owns at stations across the region to real estate developers in the hopes of generating economic activity for its partner...
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With no legislation to discuss at its Monday work session, the Kingston council turned its attention to community development. As it has done every other year, the Luzerne County Office of Community Development has given the city $100,000 for new initiat
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MUNCIE -- The city's Community Development Office will have less Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to spend this year because of federal budget cuts, Director Terry Whitt Bailey said during a meeting last night.
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OGDEN - The Community Development Block Grant program has two projects slated for 2013 that could improve the lives of Weber County’s lower-income families. read more
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Mayor Dennis Tyler and the city's Community Development director, Terry Whitt Bailey, will host a 'community conversation' Tuesday on 'the areas of community development and neighborhood preservation,' according to a press release.
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