Archive for December, 2014

Bottom Dollar in Reading to close soon

What will Annette Rodriguez do now that she won't be able to shop at the Bottom Dollar discount grocery store on Lancaster Avenue in Reading? She sighed."I'm not too happy," said Rodriguez, who lives nearby on Lancaster Avenue. "It's convenient for all the people around here.

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State restructuring plan puts hundreds of law enforcement on roadways

It's part of a restructuring plan that puts about a dozen state law enforcement agencies under one umbrella, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

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Wish list

FROM A DESIRE to be paid for monies owed by Government, to hopes for a 24-hour operation in every department at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), were among some of the New Year’s wishes shared by a…

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UMUC pools students' work experience to field winning cyberdefense team

They have no marching band, no home arena and no shot at landing on ESPN, but the University of Maryland University College's cyberdefense team is among the world's best.

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EDITORIAL: Positive signs for 2015

Happy New Year! Today we close the chapter on the past year and eagerly look forward to the start of 2015. A new year presents the chance for a fresh start – full of opportunities and possibilities….

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State Filing Shows Qualcomm Layoffs Effective Feb. 11

The state of California recently offered some more color on Qualcomm Inc.’s upcoming layoffs.

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