Anthony Mackie has reportedly closed a deal to star in Captain America 4
The attorney general’s report indicates Zemsky gave a lengthy deposition to investigators that largely backed up aide Lindsay Boylan’s description of the governor’s treatment of her.
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The United States is devoting $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19, officials said Thursday.
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Residents near the former Sunset View Preschool property in Clear Lake are concerned about how it will be redeveloped and how it will affect their neighborhood.
Clear Lake celebrates construction start on multimillion-dollar development in Courtway Park east of Interstate 35.
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Clear Lake is hoping a new study will provide a better picture of the hotel, conference center and restaurant development’s economic impact on the community.
The Avenue of the Saints Development Park is the 29th in the state to receive this project-ready designation.
Quad-Cities area farmers, Midwest economists and representatives of businesses in the agriculture sector seemed to be encouraged by Tuesday morning’s announcement of developments on a new North American trade deal.
Construction downtown is underway, and new projects are popping up right and left — including several parking garages.
ATLANTIC CITY — At the last meeting of a political career that spanned nearly two decades, 4th Ward Councilman William “Speedy” Marsh was prepared to say goodbye as he thanked friends, family, co-workers and peers who contributed to his longevity.
The approved agreement totals more than $23 million and will add 10 new jobs to the plants operations.
ATLANTIC CITY — In an effort to get city-owned properties back on the tax rolls and replenish a depleted ratable base, an auction for 194 available lots will be held in the coming weeks.
On Monday night, the Hampton City Council was presented with an opportunity to develop gifted land near Sixth Avenue Northeast from the First Christian Church into a new municipal park.