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Four-year pay schedules must be established for the county board chairman, sheriff, treasurer, clerk, regional superintendent of schools and the county board members. The decisions about the salaries will be made during a meeting scheduled for 10 a.m.
This cell phone photo shows Nancy Graham's reaction to the contract vote being postponed. Traffic alert: Two westbound lanes on Alico Road near the Interstate 75 exit ramp are closed for construction today. Collier deputies are working a 6 a.m. crash
Under fire for its handling of the data breach, Target 's board is now defending itself to shareholders in advance of next week's annual meeting. In a letter this morning, Roxanne Austin, the board's interim chairwoman, told shareholders that the
William DeShazer/Staff Scenes during the Rhodora Donahue Academy Commencement Ceremony at the Ave Maria Oratory on Friday June 7, 2013...Here's a look at some of the events and major state and Southwest Florida government meetings that could generate
With the exit of top CEO contender BG Srinivas from Infosys, the spotlight is now on who could be the next CEO. People familiar with the development told ET NOW that Sandeep Dadlani is the front-runner for the CEO post among internal candidates. The
More than two years after a citizen lawsuit was filed asking for contractors to return millions of dollars paid by the Sweetwater Union High School District, the district itself has joined the effort, seeking $26 million. The district asked a judge
Yoko Ono drops lawsuit against co-op board after selling West Village penthouse for $8.3M The widow of John Lennon had sued for $6.7 million, saying the board members sabotaged a deal to sell the apartment she has owned since 1995. Ono withdrew the
Walter Dansby has received mixed reviews in his evaluation this year as superintendent of the 83,000-student Fort Worth school district, school board members said Tuesday. Some board members are supporting him, board President Christene Moss said...
The Phenix City Board of Education on Wednesday evening interviewed the first of the two remaining finalists to be the school system's next superintendent. Irma Townsend, the human resources director and student services supervisor for Enterprise
Fayette County School board members Doug Barnett and Amanda Ferguson say they won't vote to approve Fayette County's tentative budget for 2014-15 unless cuts to band and orchestra programs are restored. In response, Superintendent Tom Shelton said "