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Four employees were recognized for 40 years of service each at Carroll County's Employee Appreciation Day.
The residents say sectarian prayers are "divisive and exclusionary," and violate the First Amendment of the Constitution.
The long-time government employee assumed administrator duties earlier this month.
Mayor Mike Miller nominated for re-election.
Residents speak their mind on a controversial ordinance in Carroll County.
Property owners can apply for matching funds for improvements thanks to state-allocated grant.
President Barack Obama and Republican Candidate Mitt Romney will meet in three debates.
But at a hearing with the PSC, the chief executive officer supported the utility's decision to withhold information from officials to protect customers' privacy.
The Public Service Commission will hear from residents across the state about their outages.
In a letter to the utilities' regulatory agency, leaders of seven jurisdictions outline changes they said need to be made in light of the power failures during the derecho storm.
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