Government officers ought not to attempt to show their powers to people in general and they ought not be one-sided or support any specific political party or legislator, he said. "Government employees should not be biased even to the present Government in the way they behaved during the previous rule", he added.
"We're getting close to what we think is a good design on the building," said Scribner Mayor Ken Thomas. Scribner City Council members learned recently that the city received $1.5 million in the past month, bringing the total amount gifted to the city thus far to $1.8 million.
As refund checks arrive, many of us our making plans for the "extra" money. Just about half of us expect to receive a refund, according to a Bankrate survey, and for those of us who actually receive a chunk of change this tax season, some of us will be responsible, and others will blow the money and party like it's 1999. A refund check is a large amount of money that you earned; it's not a gift or a windfall.
and is desperate for a win against relegation haunted Aston Villa, but when asked if he was thinking long-term, he said: "Of course I do, of course I do.
If you've been in law enforcement for the last decade or so, chances are good that your agency has some kind of "patrol rifle" program, or is making plans to start one. The same happened during the ambush at the termination of the pursuit.
That could be the inference of a speech by Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan at the Fine Gael national conference last weekend. Partition is the ultimate red blotch on the history of the Orange and Green. It is hardly the task of the Irish Republic to assist in the commemoration of partition.
School officials in Fairport Harbor are making plans to retrofit their two nearly century-old school buildings to comply with federal accessibility laws. Over the last handful of years, the school district has added an automatic door-opener in the high schools main entrance way and moved the elementary schools main office from the second floor to the first floor, said Jennifer Polak, McKinley, principal and director of Special Education Services for the district.
City Council discussion this week was largely dominated by two issues: Mayor Steve Adler's still-evolving plan to add staff to his office, and Council's growing conviction that things are seriously awry in the city's development review process. At the "Neighborhood Issues" deep-dive session on Thursday, and then pointedly in Monday's workshop on the CodeNEXT rewrite of the land development code, the policy discussion kept drifting back to "Zuckergate": speculation over what's in the so-called Zucker Report, the long-awaited, yet already controversial consultant's report on the city's beleaguered Planning and Development Review Department, which the department appears to be sitting on, and which is widely expected to be broadly critical.
The National Weather Service said snow, sleet, and freezing rain are listed in the advisory, which begins at 7 a.m. The advisory indicates D.C. and southern Maryland could receive a coating to 1 inch of snow and sleet. Roads will be snow and ice covered Sunday and Sunday night.
Perhaps in fear that he didn't have enough backers willing to show up on their own, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's campaign organized to bus supporters to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to cheer during his appearance on stage and vote for him in the straw poll.
Hamas, the Islamist group which dominates the Gaza strip, has been at odds with the Egyptian government since the country's former President, Mohammed Morsy, was ousted in a coup in the summer of 2013. The armed wing of Hamas, the al Qassam Brigades, was designated a terror group by the same court last month.
With 52 members of his own party rejecting a short-term funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security, one could say the deck was stacked against House Speaker John Boehner. (With the midnight hour approaching -- DHS funding was set to expire at the end of the day -- the Senate passed a stop-gap measure to continue funding for another week, which the House supported.)
HAMPTON, Ga. Morrow police Detective Sgt. Larry Oglesby, leading the investigation in the Atlanta suburb, confirms to The Associated Press the car was recovered. The discovery comes too late to help the team, which was forced to withdraw from the weekend race at Atlanta.
New York Knicks great Anthony Mason died early Saturday at age 48, his family said. Mason, a star at Springfield Gardens HS in Queens, was drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers in 1988, and went on to play for the Nets and the Denver Nuggets before he joined the Knicks in 1991.
The U.S. Supreme Court has heard opening arguments in a workplace religious discrimination case that examines whether a clothing store can refuse to hire a young woman for wearing the headscarf she says is a symbol of her Muslim faith.
Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister and a sharp critic of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, was reportedly shot four times in the back by a killer in a passing car. Footage from the scene showed police experts examining the corpse of a man, dressed in jeans and lying on the tarmac, with the domes of St Basil's in the background.
The woman apparently died of natural causes. Sigman said the suspect was found in his pickup in the middle of the road. Officers had gone to the house, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports , looking for the younger Aldridge because the survivor at one of the crime scenes had identified him as the gunman.
Tsarnaev's lawyers say intense media coverage and the large number of people personally affected by the deadly attack make it impossible for him to find a fair and impartial jury in Massachusetts. Tsarnaev faces the possibility of the death penalty if convicted in the 2013 attack.
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