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The free event is from noon to 4 p.m. at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 5321 Date Ave., at Madison Avenue and Interstate 80.
Thursday it will appeal a judges ruling that allowed the city to file for bankruptcy. The pension fund, stymied because San Bernardino owes it $17 million in overdue payments, tried to have the citys bankruptcy filing tossed out of court earlier
Changes to pension benefit levels should be determined by the employer and the employees, and not at the ballot box. If this initiative were to pass, then all contractual rights in California could be in jeopardy."
The Canyon Catalyst Fund and San Francisco-based Sack Properties bought Skyline Vista Apartments, a 44-unit apartment property built in the 1960s. The groups also acquired a 720 North, a 116-unit garden-style apartment community in Sunnyvale. Both
You have until Friday to choose your health coverage for 2014...The fund, which administers health insurance for about 1.4 million members and their qualified dependents, spent $7 billion on medical coverage in 2012 on behalf of more than 3,000
Mayor Pat Morris' State of the City speech on Tuesday was a candid assessment of the city's nightmare and the changes he thinks are needed to move out of that nightmare over the next 10 years. Those changes won't be easy, he conceded, saying that he'
Roughly 57 percent of the ballots cast supported Jelincic and handed defeat to three challengers. Billbrey, who joined the board in 2012 after winning a special election to fill a vacant spot on the 13-member Board of Administration, beat one
When the state legislature passed SB 598 last month, it unfortunately did a disservice to Californians with cancer, multiple sclerosis, arthritis and other diseases seeking access to new, more affordable biosimilar medicines. A report from Express
The evidence that hiring has accelerated, however, remains thin...These are America's disappearing jobs Because of a sharp decline in jobs during the recession, the number of nonfarm workers is up only 5% over the past 10 years. While the past decade'
Officials in this struggling city made the case Tuesday for their plan to exit bankrupty, saying the brunt of the burden will be shouldered by taxpayers and municipal employees and retirees. City Manager Bob Deis, speaking to reporters at City