2014: A look back at history for the Central Okanagan
Colin Basran won his mayoral bid for Kelowna city council in November. ? The year started with Central Okanagan Search and Rescue warning outdoors enthusiasts to be cautious in the backcountry due to avalanche conditions.
Extra work on Chappell Hill Street OK'd
Installation of curbs and gutters on a portion of Chappell Hill Street was approved Thursday by the Brenham City Council.
Hindus get Lower Saucon OK to worship at former Woodland Hills Golf Club
A Hindu temple with at least 75 members will occupy the former Woodland Hills Golf Club banquet hall early next year.
Engineer wants Brackenridge to look at replacing waterlines at railroad crossings
Replacing old waterlines at railroad crossings should be considered by Brackenridge Council, according to the borough engineer. Engineer Gordon Taylor brought the matter to council ...
Media Conference Call: North Korean Cyberattack on Sony Pictures
MCMAHON: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to this Council on Foreign Relations on-the-record media call. I am CFR.org editor Robert McMahon, and the subject of this call is what is now being widely referred to as the Sony hack and what the international repercussions are.
Council resists calls to postpone Silver Hill decision
CIVIC chiefs have resisted calls to delay a decision which could dramatically alter the future of Winchester city centre.
Boulder pot shops will be able to sell merchandise
Boulder marijuana businesses will be able to sell branded merchandise, such as T-shirts, under an ordinance change approved Tuesday night by the City Council.
Highgate Hill residents rally
Highgate Hill residents have rallied to oppose an 18m apartment development.
Pittsburgh City Council gives early OK to 2015 budget raising taxes, parking rates
Jerry Wilson will be digging in his pocket for more quarters to park in Downtown Pittsburgh next year when he picks his wife up from ...
Outspoken, outgoing Committee of Seventy interim head has some last words
After nearly a decade of haranguing Philadelphia government officials on issues of ethics and transparency, the policy director and interim president of the watchdog group Committee of Seventy is stepping down. But not without speaking her mind.