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Times Square Ad of Uncle Sam in the Electric Chair screens to New York City Residents

2009-08-09 | New York City tourists and residents were stunned by the jumbotron movie poster of "Stock Shock" which featured all-American uncle strapped into an electric chair.

Metro Detroit Professionals Team Up to Help Put $1 Million Back Into Michigan Economy

2009-08-05 | Gold Star Mortgage Financial Group has partnered with area real estate professionals to help put $1 million back into the local economy and first-time homebuyers' pockets.

Buffalo River Music Fest - July 18 Lobelville, Tennessee (Perry County) To Host Music Festival

2009-07-13 | Perry County Forward, Buddy the Dog Entertainment and the Town of Lobelville jointly announce the 1st Annual Buffalo River Music Festival to be held at 5:00 on Saturday, July 18, 2009, at the Main Street Music Park in Lobelville, Tennessee.

Anti-Smoking Regulations Today May Have Roots In Nazi Policies

2009-07-02 | When examined in relation to known history, the anti-smoking policies of today may have their origins in Nazi Germany.

Texas School District Saves Taxpayers' Money. Northside ISD, the Largest School District in San Antonio, Finds Solution to Managing Fuel Costs.

2009-06-24 | While pumping over 2 million gallons a year can create a huge headache in controlling cost and inventory, NISD found the solution to managing fuel costs while saving taxpayer dollars. They found a Central Texas company, Texas Fleet Fuel, Ltd., to take over their fueling needs.

Global Vision Technologies Sponsors 12th Annual CWLA National Child Welfare Data and Technology Conference in June.

2009-06-18 | GVT will be introducing FAMCare to the attending audience, a world-class child welfare and human services software platform designed to allow agencies to collect critical data faster and intuitively.

Global Warming Comes to Maplewood: City Cuts Down Specimen Trees to Make Way for Sidewalks

2009-06-10 | When Mitra Joseph, 39 and his wife Karen decided to move to Florida, they called a concrete guy to give them a bid on a new sidewalk. The chain of events has left them poorer, by some $2500 + dollars and the loss of a Tree devaluing their property.

Nosago Offers People The Ability To Offer Their Opinions And Advice For Proposed New Government Policies On Its Online Consultation Forum

2009-06-07 | Nosago offers a new service, based on Web 2.0 technology, called Crowd Sourcing, giving people the ability to comment and offer advice on issues that affect them. Governmental organizations can tap into people's expertise in a dedicated consultation with their constituents.

Nation's Top Horsemen Rail Against Demolition of California's Prized Hollywood Park Racetrack

2009-06-02 | Inglewood City Council Slated to Vote on Track's Future June 3

Carlsbad Department of Development Recognized for Prestigious Interactive Media Award

2009-05-28 | Carlsbad Department of Development Wins at the 8th Annual Horizon Interactive Awards Competition

Recycling Beverly Hills Home Will Help Low-Income Families, Environment & Community

2009-05-27 | Deconstruction & ReUse Network Maximizes Environmental Savings for Homeowner Under City's New Building Program

Global Vision Technologies Launches FAMCare Lite - SAAS, Streamlined Case Management Solution

2009-05-19 | "FAMCare Lite is 100% web-based and fully hosted. There are no set up fees - users can sign up and start using the system immediately," said George Ritacco, Executive Director Client Services at GVT.

Best Political Web site of 2009 to be Named by Web Marketing Association in Annual WebAward Competition

2009-05-03 | The Web Marketing Association announces the call for entries for its 13th annual WebAward Competition for Web site development at The Web Marketing Association will once again name the Best Political Web site of 2009.

Best Government Web site of 2009 to be Named by Web Marketing Association in Annual WebAward Competition

2009-04-23 | The Web Marketing Association announces the call for entries for its 13th annual WebAward Competition for Web site development at The Web Marketing Association will once again name the Best Government Web site of 2009.

Carlsbad Department of Development Announces Groundbreaking for Carbon Diversion Manufacturing Plant

2009-04-22 | With the goal to create 300 new jobs, the Carlsbad Department of Development welcomes Carbon Diversion, Inc. to the City of Carlsbad, New Mexico with the official groundbreaking is scheduled for April 28, 2009.

ADA Compliance Funding Included in Stimulus Package

2009-04-07 | The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 includes funds available to bring facilities, programs and systems in compliance with ADA standards.

Federation of American Consumers and Travelers Helps Consumers Re-Claim Property

2009-03-26 | According to the Federation of American Consumers and Travelers (FACT), state governments across the nation are holding more than $30 billion in unclaimed consumer property.

Metalworks and Improvements of Raleigh, North Carolina Extends Installation of Copper and Corrugated Metal Roofing to a 250 Mile Radius

2009-02-11 | MetalWorks and Improvements of Raleigh, North Carolina announced today their expansion of operations to extend to a 250 mile radius.

The Makena Group Sustainability Consultants: Preserve Wild Hawaii From Developers

2008-12-14 | The Makena area on Maui is home to one of the most pristine beaches in the world. It is threatened by a ultra luxury home development. The Makena Group proposes Maui County, State of Hawaii, foundations and private organizations work together to preserve the last of wild Hawaii.

Musician Has Vowed to Defend His Right to Sell His CDs on the Streets

2008-11-20 | Elavi, a multi-instrumentalist singer songwriter from Manchester, is fighting a Local Bill he says will prevent him using his peddlars' licence to distribute his music.