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BOND FIRM’S HOSPITALITY PROBED
State ethics regulators have opened an investigation into hundreds of dinners purchased for school officials by Stone & Youngberg, an underwriter that has issued billions of dollars of bonds across California — many approved by recipients of those meals. … Read News

Phoebe Sumter Employee To Retire After Five Decades
The year was 1964. Lyndon B. Johnson was president of the United States and trying to navigate the country through the Vietnam War. Muhammad Ali was then known as Cassius Clay and would defeat Sonny Liston for the Heavyweight Championship of the World, and a group from across the pond known as the Beatles would make their historic debut on the Ed Sullivan Show. Postage stamps were 5 cents, gas … Read News

Blog Post: NTIA Releases 3 Case Studies Examining Impact Of Broadband Grants Program On Connecting Libraries
Grants from the National Telecommunications & Information Administration to establish public computer centers with broadband in libraries are helping communities turn the corner on economic recovery. … Read News