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Unemployment

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  • Demonstrators protest reduced library hours

    Demonstrators protest reduced library hours
    Drivers honked horns and whistled in support as about 50 people huddled, waving signs, in front of the Bucktown-Wicker Park Library on a chilly Monday morning to protest reduced library hours at Chicago Public Libraries. Protesters held signs such as...
  • Franklin County Man Charged for Getting Unemployment Check While in Prison

    Franklin County Man Charged for Getting Unemployment Check While in Prison
    A Franklin County man is charged with receiving more $3,000 in unemployment compensation while he was in prison.  33 year old Jeffrey Zeigler, of Chambersburg received unemployment checks from February 2011 until June 2011. During that period of time,...
  • Can you file your taxes for free? Yes. No. Maybe.

    Can you file your taxes for free?  Yes.  No. Maybe.
    The IRS, along with several large tax companies, and smaller independent businesses are all inviting you to take advantage of free tax filing services.   The free service is only for those who are doing the 1040 E-Z form which is the most basic of forms....
  • Study: Some degrees are worth more than others

    Study: Some degrees are worth more than others
    SAN DIEGO - Slow economic recovery has made it difficult for recent college graduates to get jobs and a new Georgetown University study shows some degrees may be worth more than others. Unemployment rates are higher for recent college graduates who major...
  • School district faces layoffs, larger classes

    In anticipation of more state cuts to public education, the La Caņada school board is looking at cost-cutting measures for next school year, including increasing class sizes and laying off more than a dozen teachers. The district faces an uncertain...
  • Local School Council members ask court to take action on proposed school closings

    Local School Council members ask court to take action on proposed school closings
    Local School Council members, helped by the Chicago Teachers Union, are asking a Cook County court to intervene before the Chicago Board of Education votes on 17 proposed school closures and "turnarounds" later this month. Members of nine local...
  • Governor Tom Corbett Signs Bill Extending Unemployment Benefits

    Governor Tom Corbett Signs Bill Extending Unemployment  Benefits
    Governor Tom Corbett today signed into law Senate Bill 1375, ensuring that federally funded Extended Benefits in Pennsylvania will continue, without interruption, to unemployment compensation claimants through March 10, 2012. Extended Benefits are...