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After Goodrow closed his welding business and retired, he saw a classified advertisement that wou... Welding program helps stud

After Goodrow closed his welding business and retired, he saw a classified advertisement that would give him an opportunity to help fill the void of skilled manufacturers.

Goodrow is now an instructor with the welding program at Windsor Locks High School, which through a partnership with Asnuntuck Community College, is giving area students the skills, and college credits, that will make t...

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Five people die when a water taxi capsizes in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The New York City ... State reduces lake-boat checkups.

Five people die when a water taxi capsizes in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

The New York City ferry Andrew J. Barberi crashes into a Staten Island pier, killing 11 people.

A sport-fishing boat capsizes off the Oregon coast; 11 people die.

The tour boat Panther sinks in Everglades National Park in Florida. The National Transportation Safety Board learned that the operator of the P...

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It was an iron boy named Michael Angelo Fiore who inspired brothers Jason and James Watt and thei... Marathon men...

It was an iron boy named Michael Angelo Fiore who inspired brothers Jason and James Watt and their close friend Kris Hlatky to become Ironmen.

Michael, who lives in Ocean Township, is 2 1/2 years old. His wavy blond hair, plump build and serene blue eyes bring to mind the cherubs of another Michelangelo.

Michael was born with cerebral palsy, a condition that affects the area of his ...

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Flying out of Mason City Municipal Airport is about to get more expensive. Northwest Airlin... News of note...

Flying out of Mason City Municipal Airport is about to get more expensive.

Northwest Airlines has increased its surcharge for airfare in Mason City, meaning passengers will pay an extra $60 for round-trip flights.

Pam Osgood, airport manager, said she was surprised by the move. She said Northwest officials had been saying that lower prices would come at the end of the year, but high...

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"We are realists and we do not want to impose anything, but one thing you must not forget is that... Mind your behaviour, CPI t

"We are realists and we do not want to impose anything, but one thing you must not forget is that you are there because of our support," he said. Training his guns against the economic and foreign policies of the Centre, he alleged the Congress-led government was following the footsteps of its predecessor BJP by succumbing to pressures of American diktats.

"We also support friendship with...

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-- the employer in bankruptcy of 14,700 Michiganders -- said a new study it commissioned shows it... Delphi pay: $76 an hour...

-- the employer in bankruptcy of 14,700 Michiganders -- said a new study it commissioned shows it pays its unionized workers $76 an hour including benefits, double what its competitors pay, and $11 an hour more than workers received in 2004.

Delphi proposed Nov. 15 cutting that $76 an hour figure to about $35 an hour.

"We simply want what they have already given to our competitors,"...

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A bank has paid about $100,000 compensation for cashing cheques that a Nedlands council worker f... Secrecy surrounds swindle

A bank has paid about $100,000 compensation for cashing cheques that a Nedlands council worker forged.

Ratepayers were swindled out of more than $250,000 and an accountant went to jail in 2003 after admitting 40 charges of stealing as a servant.

Trevor Harris (34) manipulated the council's computer system to log cheques as cancelled, then made them out to himself and cashed them t...

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Representatives of the Bankers Life Insurance Company will present information and answer questio... Bankers Life Insurance to

Representatives of the Bankers Life Insurance Company will present information and answer questions about the new Medicare Prescription part D coverage plan at the Mooresville Free Methodist Church. The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The meeting is free and is open to the public. The church is located at 30 Star Lane or accessible off County Line Road. The Free Methodist Old Friends senior gr...

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AUGUSTA (Nov 26): Finding other ways to pay for nursing home care could extend the political life... Old age taxing to Mainers.

AUGUSTA (Nov 26): Finding other ways to pay for nursing home care could extend the political life of the Medicaid system, which already is consuming billions in state and federal tax dollars even before the baby boom generation starts needing long-term care.

Maine is particularly vulnerable because it has the highest median age in the country and ranks fifth in the percentage of residents...

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The unique but irrational foundation of America's employer-based health insurance system is coll... The crumbling obstacle to u

The unique but irrational foundation of America's employer-based health insurance system is collapsing. And nothing illustrates this more than the increasing number of companies cutting or ending health benefits they promised employees and retirees.

Yet this may ultimately be good news, for if employer-based health insurance does come to an end (perhaps during another administration), we...

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