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The move will cut credit hours for adjunct faculty and temporary part-timers to avoid full-time status but will not affect permanent part-time workers who are already eligible for the college's health care plan.
The 2013 preliminary Plum budget holds the line on taxes, but residents might pay $5 more per month in sanitation fees.
Verona officials must fix a storm sewer near Center Avenue before the work begins.
Council agreed to temporarily increase parking limits in the business district and prohibit left turns from Advance Way onto Allegheny Avenue.
Verona officials approved two contracts with Oakmont Water Authority Tuesday night.
Officials do not anticipate increasing the millage rate for 2013.
Kathleen Kane has vowed to determine if politics played a role in the development of the case against Jerry Sandusky and other Penn State officials.
State officials release terms for the potential agreement—which calls for a $150 million upfront payment to the state—in an announcement today.
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