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- Employer: Work-sharing program won't help seasonal layoffs The creation of a work-sharing program by the state would assist employers experiencing fluctuations in workloads that create layoffs, but at least one Anderson employer says the program would not help their seasonal workforce.
Government opening 1st Precheck enrollment site in Indy
The government says Indianapolis International Airport will have the first enrollment site for an expedited screening program that allows airline passengers to leave on their shoes, light outerwear and belts and keep laptop computers in cases at security checkpoints.
Smith, mayors oppose marriage ban
A group of Indiana mayors, including Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith, came out against an amendment attempting to make same-sex marriage constitutionally illegal.
- New service provider chosen for TRAM service in Madison County Rural transportation in Madison County will continue, though the provider will change effective Jan. 2, according to Kenneth D. Adkins, president and CEO of LifeStream Services.
Legislators: Reservoir project needs to remain transparent
The next step in the proposed Mounds Lake reservoir needs to remain transparent to help residents determine the merits of the project, area legislators said Monday.
- Emmett Dulaney: A blueprint for the Madison County economy The field of economics can be divided into two camps: positive and normative. Positive economics focuses solely on the objective: what is, and nothing more.
- Shoppers may not have to wait year to see travel bargains again Cyber Monday is over, but if you missed those heavily discounted travel deals that were good for only 24 hours – do not panic.
- Casting a silhouette on cancer Cathy Bryan said she is looking forward to her role at Silhouettes Boutique.
- #GivingTuesday a call to action United Way Madison County is joining #GivingTuesday to inspire people to take action to improve their communities and give back to help create a better world for everyone.
- COG to study regional travel patterns How Madison County area residents travel and what routes are used will be part of a study being conducted through the Madison County Council of Governments.
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