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WCBI Investigation results in arrest of McDonald's employee for theft
WGMD RadioNovember 1, 2011

A month-long investigation into an internal theft at the McDonald's on Racetrack Road in Berlin has resulted in the arrest of an employee. The Worcester County Bureau of Investigations began investigating the theft in late December. ...more »

Bankruptcy judge rejects competing reorganization plans in Tribune Co. case
Washington PostNovember 1, 2011

s plan to emerge from bankruptcy protection, along with a rival plan from dissident creditors. Judge Kevin Carey said in a 126-page ruling that he may appoint a trustee to help end the 3-year-old case if the media conglomerate cannot come up with an ...more »

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State retirees face increases in health premiums
DesMoinesRegister.comNovember 1, 2011

If they were going to do this, they could have phased it in over time,” said Renegar, 66, who is a retired administrative law judge. He went to a meeting where a state administrator explained that the retirees had been taken out of a pool that included ...more »

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2 Tucsonans appointed to statewide Child Safety Task Force
KVOA Tucson NewsNovember 1, 2011

Over the course of at least two public hearings, the task force will listen to testimony from experts in the following areas: child protective services investigations and management, law enforcement investigations, the administrative office of the ...more »

Federal Regulations
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Labor-law racket
New York PostNovember 1, 2011

... the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the federal law superseded the state law -- and Congress hasn't acted to change it. Since then, the LIRR workforce has used its power to strike to thwart cost savings at every turn, guarding work rules that ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Cuts to Newton Falls police fund debated
Warren Tribune ChronicleNovember 2, 2011

NEWTON FALLS - A memo sent Monday by the chief of police to all village department heads and later posted to Facebook shows a significant drop in police department funding for 2012, but one councilman says that prediction may be premature. ...more »


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