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The patron calling the Sarasota Ballet box office sounded frantic. "I've got to get tickets for your 'Nutcracker' right now before they sell out," the woman told box office manager Mike Marraccini. "I need two at the $280 level.'" Marraccini was
Nomsa*, 20, was on her way to register at a university outside Pretoria, South Africa, with four friends when the men grabbed her. "I was fighting with them," she said. They dragged her into a building, where the five of them took turns to rape her...
As a result of reduced federal spending, Pennsylvania's program has lost some $183 million. And a family of four with no income is allotted $1.75 to spend per person per meal. "I've seen families who were getting a couple hundred dollars down to a
Biondo's selection as executive director was approved Tuesday by district commissioners...But I believe we need to connect more with citizens to ensure everyone knows how they can benefit from our preserves." As executive director, Biondo will help
Prospects for a proposed open-pit gold and copper mine in northern B.C...Supreme Court justice turfed a previous decision by two senior provincial government ministers to reject the project...Supreme Court in April to overturn Environment Minister
But the George Washington Bridge is the world's busiest, and New Jersey is led by one of the nation's most pugnacious and prominent politicians, Gov. Chris Christie who also happens to appoint the people who control the bridge. So the unfolding story
The Hutchinson USD 308 Board of Education on Monday night approved a 1 percent raise for administrators in a divided vote that drew pointed comments from board member Mike Mendoza before he voted against the raises. The decision on whether to give
The board is scheduled to consider an employment contract during its Tuesday morning meeting, according to a posted agenda. While specifics about the contract aren't provided, the agenda item comes after the commission has done an extensive and
But after they canvassed bakeries and restaurants, Internet cafes and bubble tea shops, and buttonholed scores of workers and customers, who were mostly suspicious if not downright hostile, the challenge of their mission had begun to weigh on them.
Friday, December 6, 2013 at 10:32 a.m...The founder of a Sarasota nonprofit has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $76,000 in federal money that was supposed to go to internships for teenagers. Facts As part of a plea agreement filed Thursday in a